PRCC 2021 Medical Laboratory Technology class graduates

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Front row – Mercedes Charleston of Jackson, Destiny Jhane Williams, Samantha Catt of Hattiesburg, Jessica Kaitlin Burris of Franklinton, La., Paris Kennedy of Franklinton, La., and Kara Nicole Bass of Columbia. Standing – Sharee LaToya Dean of Seminary, L

The 2021 Medical Laboratory Technology class at the Forrest County Campus of Pearl River Community College received pins and certificates on Thursday, July 22 at the multi-purpose room at the FCC.

The students include from left:

Front row – Mercedes Charleston of Jackson, Destiny Jhane Williams, Samantha Catt of Hattiesburg, Jessica Kaitlin Burris of Franklinton, La., Paris Kennedy of Franklinton, La., and Kara Nicole Bass of Columbia.

Standing – Sharee LaToya Dean of Seminary, La’Mya Ra-Ombre LeFlore of Hattiesburg, Kecia Najee Lewis of Picayune, Kari Nicole Tucker of Richton, Bailey Claire Blanchard of Carriere, Emma Ruth Bates of Palmer, AK; and Wendy Shantel Dixon of Beaumont.

Program instructors are Keri Sanford, Melissa Patterson and Lee Byrd.

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