May 2, 2017 - 10:07am
POPLARVILLE - Honors Institute students at Pearl River Community College received medallions Monday, May 1, to mark their completion of the elite academic program.
Graduates from the Forrest County Center in Hattiesburg are, seated from left, Raechel Zimmerman of Lumberton, Rachael Carraro of Hattiesburg, Megan Seyfarth of Oak Grove; standing, Joseph Austin of Oak Grove, Sam Carr of Bassfield, Brendan Massey and John Paul Pierce, both of Hattiesburg, and Ericka Ogden of Oak Grove. Not pictured is Kevin Craft of Oak Grove
May 2, 2017 - 1:35pm
Missy Graves, senior administrative assistant to the Forrest County Center vice president, and Pearl River Community College President Dr. William Lewis were recognized at the Employee Appreciation dinner on their retirements. Not pictured are criminal justice instructor Randy Johnson, Forrest County Center electronics technology instructor Steven Saucier, admissions specialist Michelle Owens, bookstore employees Steve Herndon and Peggy Fairchild, custodial supervisor Marie Bowden and psychology instructor Tom Thoms.
Dr. William Lewis, Pearl River Community College president, right, presented weekend bags to employees with 20 years of service during the Employee Appreciation dinner. They are, from left, practical nursing instructor Linda Griffis, associate degree nursing instructor Pam Waddle, Forrest County Center humanities instructor Dr. Ryan Ruckel, Forrest County Center health and physical education instructor Camille Soulier, Forrest County Center physical therapist assistant coordinator Karinna Lee and Dr. Adam Breerwood, vice president for the Poplarville campus and Hancock Center.
Dr. WIlliam Lewis, right, Pearl River Community College president, presented 10-year pins to employees at the Employee Appreciation dinner. They are, front row from left, bookstores director Candace Harper, biology instructor Melinda Miller, Forrest County Center respiratory care instructor Teena Mitchell, Dr. Arlene Jones, nursing education director; standing, assistant band director Michael Bass, choral director LaDona Tyson, Forrest County Center business technology instructor Debbie Ferrill, Forrest County Center security officer Dawn Shows, construction equipment operation instructor Brad Ladner and women’s soccer coach Jack Byrd.