Pearl River celebrates 2020 Medical Laboratory Technology pinning

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The 2020 Medical Laboratory Technology class at the Forrest County Center of Pearl River Community College received pins and certificates on July 23 at the Lowery Woodall Advanced Technology Center. The students included Shelby Lauren Bracey of Columbia, Kayla Devall of Franklinton, La., Claire Dunaway of Bogalusa, La., Donovan Hammers of Picayune, Charmaine Hinton of Beaumont, Charmony Johnson of Laurel, Miranda Nicole Noland of Ellisville, Blake Ochenrider of Sumrall, McKenna Scroggs of Poplarville and April D. Ulmer of Laurel. Evelyn Wallace is department chair and Tamara Henderson and Lee Byrd, program instructors.


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