Radiologic technology students graduate

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Nine graduates of the Radiologic Technology program at Pearl River Community College’s Forrest County Center received pins Aug. 10 at the Lowery A. Woodall Advanced Technology Center in a ceremony marking the end of their two years of study. They included, first row from left, Brooke Wactor of Picayune and Emilie Rushing of Wiggins; second row, Anna Smith of Petal and Brandon Lerner of Pass Christian; third row, Ashley Standberry of McComb and Taylor Smith of Purvis; fourth row, Ashley Pidcoe of Picayune and Ellen Christian-Thomas of Brandon. Not pictured is Toni Loomis of Picayune. Program director is Hope Husband and clinical coordinator is Kristie Windham.