Dental Hygiene students promote awareness

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Dental Hygiene students at Pearl River Community College recently launched balloons at the Forrest County Center to bring awareness to Oral Cancer Month.  Members of the class include from left:  Front row – Hannah Keith of Sumrall, Andrea Donovan of Gulfport,  Kayla Graves  of Seminary,  Angela Nause of Hattiesburg, Shelby Bolling of Wiggins, Jeanne’ Saavedra of Petal, Michelle Phillips of Gulfport, Courtney Cooper  of Sumrall, Megan Lee of Hattiesburg,  Addie Brooks  of Brandon, Kristie Cao  of Ocean Springs and Katie Slade of Purvis. Back row – Adam Boargaub of Hattiesburg, Anna Wren of Pass Christian, Rhegan Seymour of Vancleave, Lindsey Wheat of Hattiesburg, Cindy Le of Ocean Springs, Miranda Fazende of Poplarville, Desirae Green of Waveland, Taylor Ladner of  of Bay St. Louis, Kourtney Banks of Clinton, Ami Delaune of Carriere, Heather Allred of d’Iberville, Courtney Greenwood of Gulfport, Amber Wolf of Picayune, Zie Williams of Poplarville, Chynna Coghlan of Bogue Chitto, Kenzie Henderson of Piave, Sarah Sanzin of Gulfport and Kelly Gaudet of Tylertown.

Dental Hygiene students at Pearl River Community College