Associate degree nursing students graduate

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Graduates of the associate degree nursing program at Pearl River Community College received their diplomas and pins Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013, in a ceremony at the Ethel Holden Brownstone Center for the Arts on the Poplarville campus. They are, front row from left, Cadie Clark of Carson, Savannah Alford of Columbia, Vita Carson of Hattiesburg, Taylor McDaniel of Columbia, Justin Garber of Sumrall, Anna Hinton of Hattiesburg, Meghan Werner of Carriere, Erica Rubio of Carriere, and Brenda Nuss of Diamondhead; second row, Hannah Roberson of Hattiesburg, Nacole Reid of Lumberton, Heather Bond of Carriere, Caitlin Smith of Foxworth, Tia Jones of Richton, Ashlee Smith of Hattiesburg, Caitlyn Kelly of Pass Christian, Chelsea Dunhurst of Picayune, Crystal Shows of Soso, and Tamara Reed of Bay St. Louis; third row, Zackery Johnson of Tylertown, Carlie Gill Hattiesburg, Jessica Schorghofer of Pass Christian, Tessa Turner and Kelly Ladner, both of Poplarville, Brittany Lee of Columbia, Raven Nightengale of Hattiesburg, Melissa Meyers of Bogalusa, La., Courtney Ernst of Hattiesburg, Kathryn King of Kiln, Amanda Kerry of Carriere, and Jodi Johnston of Kiln; fourth row, Billy Ward of Foxworth, Don Ladner of Petal, Derek Rowley of Kokomo, Brittany Fortenberry of Columbia, Dakota Seal of Lumberton, Zachary Gillespie of Poplarville, Joseph Lee of Sumrall, Christopher Bond of Hattiesburg, Jaron Allen of Bogalusa, La., Blake Stockstill of Picayune, and Erik Waller of Poplarville.

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