PTK inductions at PRCC-Forrest County Center

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HATTIESBURG – New members of the Beta Tau Gamma chapter of Phi Theta Kappa international honor society were inducted Feb. 9 at the Forrest County Center of Pearl River Community College. They include from left: Seated – Tyler Abney of Purvis, Mailahn Andrews of Hattiesburg, Cristal Bolanos of Monticello, Devin Boudreaux of Petal, Destiny Broome of Sumrall, Christina Byrd of Petal, Kadesha Coleman of Canton, Ryleigh Collins of Slidell, La., Cori Cook of Sumrall, Ashley Creel of Columbia, Darien Croom, Brianna Dillon, Jodie Dixon, Sjhon Elliott and Barbara Gipson, all of Hattiesburg. Second row – Taylor Green of Bay St. Louis, Eric Henry of Biloxi, Hannah Hopstein of Hattiesburg, Olivia Johnson of McLain, Raven Johnson and Hannah Landrum, both of Columbia, Carrvenna Maddox of Hattiesburg, Tierney Manning of Sumrall, James Massengale of Hattiesburg, Aaron McKenzie of Columbia, Alexandra Moore of Purvis, Meri Grace Pickering, Karen Posey, and Josh Shropshire, all of Hattiesburg, Doug Donohue, PTK advisor, and Sandra Silvain Sossa of Hattiesburg. Third row – Kelvina Smith and Allison Sullivan, both of Hattiesburg, Shannon Taylor of Purvis, Tammy Taylor of Hattiesburg, Leslie Terrell of Purvis, Evan Thornton of Collins, Kayla Theodore of Hattiesburg, Kimberly Travis of Petal, Essence Weary of Columbia, Tierra Wilson of Purvis and Austin Yelverton of Hattiesburg.
PTK Induction group