Respiratory care students graduate

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Graduates of the respiratory care program at Pearl River Community College’s Forrest County Center received their diplomas and pins during a ceremony on Dec. 9 in the Lowery Woodall Advanced Technology Center. They include, first row from left, Frances Jenkins of Hattiesburg, Melinda Johnson of Beaumont and Susan Michael of Hattiesbur; second row, Katie Carroll of Hattiesburg and Ariel Thurston of Beaumont; third row, Jaleesa Keith of Hattiesburg and Allison Guy of Greensburg, La.; fourth row, Bonnie Cornwell of Purvis and Olivia Pitts of Ellisville; fifth row, Ashley Gerald of Sandy Hook, Travis Racey of Sumrall, Bailey Bowman of Tylertown and Sierra Holland of Gulfport. Lori Anderson is department chair. Instructors are Teena Mitchell and Kelli Spears.
PRCC Public Relations photo.