Practical nursing students finish course

  POPLARVILLE- Graduates of the Pearl River Community College practical nursing course on the Poplarville campus and at the Forrest County Center received their certificates and pins during a ceremony on Thursday, July 27 at White Coliseum in Poplarville.
  They are now eligble to take the state licensing exams and go to work.
  Tyler Wagner of Slidell, La., was recognized as valedictorian of the Poplarville class, a member of Phi Theta Kappa honor society and special honors graduate. Salutatorian Hilary Smith of Petal graduated with honors.
  Valedictorian of the Forrest County Center class was Emma Haynes of Tulsa, OK, who graduated with special honors, and salutatorian was Sarah Siders of Sumrall, who graduated with honors.
  Graduates from the Poplarville program include Meagan Lee of Picayune, PTK member and honors graduate; Calli Poche of Picayune, honors; Haylee Pierce of Columbia, PTK; Shalon Lopez, Brittany Marlborough and Tanesha Roche, all of Picayune; Angela Duncan, KaShandra Peters and Hailey Shoemake, all of Poplarville; Arica Bennett and Felicia Mitchell, both of Carriere; Mia Magee and Carrie Welborn, both of Hattiesburg; Jasmine Adams of Bassfield, Tiana Davis of Jackson Ashley Farmer of Wiggins, Waynika Hampton-Norris of Slidell, La., Kristi King of Sumrall, Kaisha Natiel of Diamondhead, Seth McCain of Columbia and Veronica Sanders of Perkinston.
Forrest County Center graduates are Monique Lowe of Long Beach, special honors and PTK; Carisa Breakfield of Foxworth, honors and PTK; Sabrina Sims and Jelisa Stewart, both of Columbia, honors and PTK; Carlie Benoit of Moselle, honors; Aisha Newell of Hattiesburg, PTK; Rebecca Lenkowski of Biloxi, honors; Sherika McGhee of Meadville, PTK; Precious Simmons of Yonkers, N.Y., PTK; Aaliyah Tate of Tylertown, PTK; Janica Bester, Tyesha Cooley, Marissa Lee, Whitney Palmer, Lori Poole, Lenora Robinson and Matthew Sims, all of Hattiesburg; Kayla Freeman and NiQueria McSwain, both of Richton; Dominiqua Harper and Undrea Harris, both of Hazlehurst; Amanda Brister of Purvis, Tabatha Lewis of McComb, Jaimi Jackson of Columbia, Elexis Simmons of Petal and Jason Tingle of New Augusta.

Graduates of the Pearl River Community College practical nursing programs at the Forrest County Center and the Poplarville campus are, first row from left, Matthew Sims of Hattiesburg, Amanda T. Brister of Purvis, Elexis Simmons of Petal, Monique Lowe of Long Beach, Emma Haymes of Tulsa, OK., Sarah Siders of Sumrall, Sabrina Sims of Columbia, Tyesha Cooley of Hattiesburg, Tabatha Lewis of McComb; second row, Aaliyah Tate of Tylertown, Precious Simmons of Yonkers, N.Y., NiQueria McSwain of Richton, Sherika McGhee of Meadville, Ashia Newell of Hattiesburg, Rebecca Lenkowski of Biloxi, Jaimi Jackson of Columbia, Jason Tingle of New Augusta, Jeslia Stewart of Columbia; third row, Carisa Breakfield of Foxworth, Carlie Benoit of Moselle, Kayla Freeman of Richton, Marissa Lee of Hattiesburg, Dominiqua Harper of Hazlehurst, Whitney Palmer and Mia Magee, both of Hattiesburg; Seth McCain of Columbia, Hailey Shoemake of Poplarville; fourth row, Brittany Marlborough of Picayune, Meagan Lee of Picayune, Felecia Mitchell and Arica Bennett, both of Carriere; Ashley Farmer of Wiggins, Angela Duncan of Poplarville, Kristi King of Sumrall, Calli Poche of Picayune, Janica Bester of Hattiesburg; fifth row, Tyler Wagner of Slidell, La.; Shalon Lopez of Picayune, Tiana Davis of Jackson, Veronica Sanders of Perkinston, Kashandra Peters of Poplarville, Kashia Natiel of Diamondhead, Haylee Pierce of Columbia, Waynika Hampton-Norris of Slidell, La.; sixth row, Carrie Welborn of Hattiesburg, Hillary Smith of Petal, Undrea Harris of Hazlehurst and Lori Poole of Hattiesburg. Not pictured are Jasmine Adams of Bassfield, Tanesha Roche of Picayune and Lenora Robinson of Hattiesburg.
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