PTK Induction

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PTK Induction group

The Iota Mu chapter of Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society at Pearl River Community College held its spring induction on Feb. 23 at the Brownstone Center. New members are, front row from left, Rebecca Armstrong of Foxworth, Kimberly Arnold of Biloxi, Connor Barry, Mallory Benoit, Larke Bickham and Taylor Blossman, all of Poplarville; Amanda Bolin of Purvis, Samuel Bond of Poplarville, Zack Boone of Columbia, Garrett Bourgeois of Bay St. Louis, Megan Corona of Picayune, Jourdyn Cowart of Poplarville, Micah Eastridge of Carriere, Belle Failla of Picayune, David Hale of Bay St. Louis, Kristyn Furr of Hattiesburg, Morgan Glidewell of Carriere; second row, Samuel Glorioso and Nancie Hebert, both of Carriere; Jennifer Hession of Lumberton, Lydia Howard of Poplarville, Katherine Johnson of Tylertown, Shaynna King of Poplarville, Gabrielle Ladner of Picayune, Ashlyn Lossett of Carriere, Lauren Moree of Sumrall, Natalie McCormick of Picayune, Courtney Morris of Carriere, Jeremy Medina of Bay St. Louis, Megean Mills of Picayune, Tracey Neal of Columbia, Brittany Puckett of Kiln; third row, Bailey Rester of Poplarville, Brian Rogers of Columbia, Shelby Serio of Bay St. Louis, Jared Smith of Poplarville, Jhanne Stasney of Picayune, Megan Stockstill of Kiln, Lindsey Strahan of Poplarville, Tristan Tate of Carriere, Victoria Voss of Picayune, Lorrie Warren of Poplarville, Bryant Hensleigh of Purvis, Vena Bliss of Carriere,, Ashley Smith of Poplarville, Kelsey Fairley of Wiggins and Kelsey Arguelles of Biloxi. Advisors are Stephanie Lee and Dr. Justin Williamson.
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