Nursing students graduate in Poplarville

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Graduates of the Pearl River Community College practical nursing program in Poplarville are, front row from left, Kathy M. Ladner of Wiggins, Alena Dannette Ladner of Pass Christian, Sydney L. Jackson of Lumberton, Kayla R. Fortenberry of Columbia, Kelli M. Davison of Picayune, Markieta R. Christopher of Sumrall, Lakita S. Brown of Wiggins, Billie J. Alexander of Carriere; back row from left, Roxanne “Angel” Shannon of Perkinston, Ramesh Roy of Carriere, Angela M. Robinson and Daiquari S. Raine, both of Picayune; Whitney S. Polk of Poplarville, Amanda Musmeci of Picayune, Thomas Keith Martin of Carriere, Julie MaKamson of Picayune, Kyle J. Lizana of Kiln and Jarrod P. Lajuanie of Picayune. They received their pins during a ceremony on July 24 at Malone Chapel on the Poplarville campus.

LPN Pinning Poplarville