Practical nursing students at FCC graduate

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The Pearl River Community College practical nursing class of 2015 at the Forrest County Center received their diplomas and pins in a July 23 ceremony at the Woodall Advanced Technology Center.
Graduates are, seated from left, Courtney Smith of Collins, Deshannon Dew of  Hattiesburg, Avis McCullum of Collins, Kelsey Martin of Laurel, Tiffany Henderson of Hattiesburg, Wren Russel of Sumrall, Tkia Smith of Hattiesburg, Candice Burt of Brooklyn, Karli Rodrigue of Larose, La.; Erin Ellzey and Katie Shaw, both of Hattiesburg; Scotsi Miller of Lucedale, Jessica Dillon of Tylertown; standing, Caitlyn Nobles and Karlea Nobles, both of Sumrall; Dominique King and Rachel Tootle, both of Hattiesburg; Sabrina Lee of Jackson, Alexis Fairley of Hattiesburg, Zachary McPhail of Purvis, Ternisha Binion and Shelby Husband, both of Hattiesburg; Stephanie Diehl and Craig Harrision, both of Petal; Andrea Maxwell of Hattiesburg, Sarah Claburn of Oxford, Jouri Dixon, Erika Bennett and Brittany Burch, all of Hattiesburg; and Laureen Tuck, Purvis. Instructors are Dr. Melissa Bryant, department chair; Danelle Nunaley, Sherri McDonald, Adam Purvis and Tonya Harbison.
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