PTK inducts members at Forrest County

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The Beta Tau Gamma chapter of Phi Theta Kappa honor society inducted new members Monday, Feb. 20, at the Pearl River Community College Forrest County Center. They include, seated from left, Carrie Aultman of Sumrall, Taylor Barefoot of Brooklyn, Karen Barnes of  Tucson, AZ; Rebecca Barrett of Hattiesburg, Taylor Bolton of Leakesville, Ebony Bradley of Beaumont, Jade Breeland of Sumrall, Naomi Burroughs of Purvis, Alexandra Cardenal of Jackson, Lorenzo Catlett of Hattiesburg, Aubrie Cronin of Oak Grove, Dozier Davis and Gary Easterling, both of Hattiesburg; second row, Richard Ellison of Carriere, Michael Evans of Purvis, Shelley Everett of Sumrall, Tyler Fiveash of Hattiesburg, Jocelin Foster of Petal, Mackenzie Friend of Purvis, Alexis Hale of Franklinton,  LA.; Kaylin Hickman of Wiggins, Zachary Hicks of Sumrall, Cody Hudson and Rebecca Jenkins, both of Hattiesburg; Raegan Kearley of Brooklyn, Dustin Loftin of Hattiesburg, Gregory McClain of Petal, Tara Mitchell and Willie Mitchell, both of  Hattiesburg; third row, Melissa Novak of Hattiesburg, Said Otwane of Petal, Caitlyn Penton of McLain, John Paul Pierce and Danielle Smith, both of Hattiesburg; Alexis Stroud of Laurel, Vera Thacker of Hattiesburg, Raevin Wade of Los Angeles, CA; Myesha Whitsett of Hattiesburg, Mekayla Williams of Leakesville, Emilie Williams of Washington, D.C., and Nathan Young of Sumrall.
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