2014 Radiologic Technology program graduates

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HATTIESBURG – Seventeen graduates of the Radiologic Technology program at Pearl River Community College’s Forrest County Center received pins May 9 at the Lowery A. Woodall Advanced Technology Center in a ceremony marking the end of their two years of study. They included from left: Front row – Clinical Coordinator Hope Husband, Adrienne Paige Bennett of Hattiesburg, Hailey Fischer of Poplarville, Kelsey Cooper of Columbia and Program Director David Armstrong; second row – Elizabeth Warren of Petal, Hayley Byrd of Eatonville, and Victoria Cox of Columbia; third row – Aimee Moore of Wiggins, Lindsey Corey of Leakesville and Amber Goss of Picayune; fourth row – Candice Stinson of Richton, Katie Stringer and Sarah Anthony of Columbia; fifth row – Pat Peterson of Sumrall, Chris Guy of  Hattiesburg and Barry Aucoin of Hillsdale; top row – Keith Martin of Picayune and Andrew Stringer of Columbia.

Radiologic Graduates