OTA graduates receive pins

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Sixteen students received pins May 13, signifying completion of the Pearl River Community College Occupational Therapy Assistant program at the Forrest County Center in Hattiesburg. The pinning ceremony was held at PRCC’s Lowery A. Woodall Advanced Technology Center. Pictured are, first row from left, department chair Tim Pulver, Hanh Duong of Laurel, Jenna Lowery of Petal, Niki Mitchell of Gulfport, instructor Debbie Goldberg; second row, Lace Clark of Hattiesburg and Erica Cornelison of Pelahatchie; third row, Sara Hale of West Point, Jessica Shows of Ellisville and Kaitlynn Bales of Picayune; fourth row, Kristian Wilson of Hattiesburg, Ashton Reagan of Foxworth and Katie Howell of Hattiesburg; fifth row, Brittany Harris of Tupelo, Mallory Knighton of Centerville and Danielle Pierce of Union; sixth row, John Armstead of Moss Point and Tim Dail of Hattiesburg. Not pictured are Ashley Burke of New Orleans and Virginia Cochran of Greenville.
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