OTA students receive pins

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Fifteen students received pins May 11, 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. The faculty and students are, first row from left, Nikki Page, OTA academic fieldwork coordinator; Jessica Joyner of Union, Chassidy Johnson of Poplarville and Timothy Pulver, OTA department chair; second row, Molly Capell of Picayune; third row, Chineqwa Wilson of Columbus and Lauren Smith of Poplarville; fourth row, Brittany Carraway of Gulfport,  Baylea Williams of Ocean Springs and Amanda Gibbs of Hattiesburg; fifth row, Samantha Jenkins of Frankinton, La., Morgan Lott of Columbus and Emily Waits of Long Beach; sixth row, Desi Turner of Mendenhall; seventh row, Kelsy Bevill of Thaxton, Rachel Montgomery of Winona and Caitlin Church of Pass Christian.
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