Radiologic technology students receive pins

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  Graduates of the radiologic technology program at the Forrest County Center of Pearl River Community College received their pins and awards during a ceremony on Friday, May 8, at PRCC’s Lowery A. Woodall Advanced Technology Center.
  Mollie Fallon of Lucedale received the Overall Student of the Year Award  and the Mississippi Society of Radiologic Technology scholarship.
  The academic award went to Sarah Mitchell of Picayune and the clinical award and Mississippi Radiologic Society scholarship to Jarod Roberts of Petal. Mia Bell of Purvis recieved the Technologist Choice Award.
  The students completed clinical work at Forrest General Hospital, Gulfport Memorial Hospital, Hattiesburg Clinic, Highland Community Hospital, Marion General Hospital and Wesley Medical Center.
  David Armstrong is director of the two-year program which leads to an associate in applied science degree. Instructor is Hope Husband.

The 2015 radiologic technology class at Pearl River Community College’s Forrest County Center received pins during a May 8 ceremony at the Lowery A. Woodall Advanced Technology Center. They are, first row from left, Mia Bell of Purvis and Jarod Roberts of Petal; second row, Sarah Mitchell and Rachel Beebe, both of Picayune; third row, Mollie Fallon of Lucedale and Shantrice Peters of Columbia; fourth row, Alyssa Graeter of Poplarville and Carrie Stewart of Petal; fifth row, Brittany Sellier of Bay St. Louis, Carolin Shaw of Necaise and Stephanie Collier of Petal; sixth row, Jamie Hall of Hattiesburg and Stacey Jackson of Oak Grove. Not pictured is Amanda Emerson of Sumrall.
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