Kendale Lumpkins returns to PRCC

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Kendale Lumpkins of Hattiesburg signs a copy of his book, Wrecked But Not Totaled, for Dr. Amy Townsend Tuesday, Aug. 23, at the Wildcat Den bookstore at Pearl River Community College. Nurse Susie Hall visits with Chadwick Foundation of Columbia, a childhood friend of Lumpkins’ and also a PRCC alumnus.
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Pearl River Community College alumnus and Columbia native Kendale Lumpkins of Hattiesburg talks with Dean of Students Maghan James who played softball at PRCC when Lumpkins was the student manager in 2004. Lumpkins, who gained internet fame as the Barbershop Preacher, was at PRCC’s Wildcat Den bookstore Wednesday, Aug. 23, to sign copies of his book, Wrecked But Not Totaled.
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