EMT class completes course at Woodall Center

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Seventeen students completed an EMT course at the Woodall Center of Pearl River Community College. The course began in August and culminated with a pinning ceremony in December. They are, first row from left, Joshua Loper of Lumberton, Alden Johnson of Petal, Coley Reeves of Wiggins; second row, Damireka Blakely of Hattiesburg, Abigail Cooper of Carriere; third row, David Blansett of Columbia; fourth row, Jimmy Barragan of Purvis, Hayley Ryals of Hattiesburg, Zachary Peak of Columbia; fifth row, Terry Fredricks and Anna McCormick, both of Hattiesburg, Brittany McDonald of Wiggins; sixth row, Caitlyn Thornhill of Foxworth, Dalton Murphy and Sara Williams, both of Hattiesburg; seventh row, Adam Loveless, Ken Loveless and Ariel Darty, all of Hattiesburg.