Magnolia Gold students clear trail

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  POPLARVILLE – Cadets in the Magnolia Gold program at Pearl River Community College recently completed a community service project at Poplarville Upper Elementary School.
  The students cleared and cleaned an existing nature trail near the school so that it can be used by the younger students.
  Working on the project were Bjorn Byrd of Lumberton, Keith Mitchell of Carriere, Jamyrian Quinn and Justin McWilliams, both of Gautier; Markeysia Harness of Biloxi, Jared Johnson of Poplarville and Alan Marek of New Orleans.
  Magnolia Gold is the Mississippi Army National Guard’s military leadership program at the community college level. The program began at PRCC in the 2015 spring semester.
  For more information, contact SFC Jeff Yelverton at 601-310-8928 or jeffrey.yelverton@us.army.mil.

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Pearl River Community College Magnolia Gold students who worked on the Poplarville Upper Elementary School nature trail are, in front, Alan Marek of New Orleans; standing from left, Bjorn Byrd of Lumberton, Keith Mitchell of Carriere, Jamyrian Quinn and Justin McWilliams, both of Gautier; Markeysia Harness of Biloxi and Jared Johnson of Poplarville.


PRCC students in the Magnolia Gold military leadership program clear the nature trail at Poplarville Upper Elementary School.