Medical radiologic technology students graduate

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Sixteen graduates of the Medical Radiologic Technology program at Pearl River Community College’s Forrest County Center received pins May 6 at the Lowery A. Woodall Advanced Technology Center in a ceremony marking the end of their two years of study. They included, front row from left, Morgan Peterson of Leetown, Jill Witsell of Poplarville and Hannah Basile of Chalmette, La.; second row, Emily L. Necaise and Jazmyn Ladner, both of Necaise, and Callie Hebert of Brooklyn; third row, Elizabeth Lanham of Sumrall, Katie Terry of Columbia and Sarah Keilholz of Oak Grove; fourth row, Emily H. Necaise of Kiln, Morgan Shows of New Hebron and Miranda James of Columbia; fifth row, Sabrina Miller of Poplarville, Andrew Tran of  Gulfport, Cody Dupont of Poplarville and Emily Dixon of Richton. Clinical coordinator is Hope Husband and program director is David Armstrong.