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Mother, daughter graduate together

| Kaitie Kiger

Some high school graduates move far away from their moms to go to college. They are excited to finally have independence and find their place in this world without mom watching their every move.

That was not the case for 22-year-old Navarre native Aubrey Hedlund. She went through the Pensacola State College registered nursing (RN) program alongside her mother, Holly Bartlett. Both of them will be graduating next month from the accelerated RN program.

Mother, daughter graduate together
Hedlund and Bartlett must complete 10 required 12-hour clinical shifts to graduate.

 

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