Executive officers of the Student Government Association at Pearl River Community College are, seated from left, vice president Shelby Stiglets and secretary Desmond Edmonson, both of Hattiesburg, and president Breanna Peters of Brandon. Class officers are, from left, sophomore vice president Santana Howze, president Kelsea Lewis and secretary Teran Madison, all of Hattiesburg; freshman president Michaela Andrews of Foxworth, vice president Raygan Necaise of Kiln and secretary Jerrod Newson of Columbia.
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POPLARVILLE – A sophomore from Brandon has been elected executive president of the Student Government Association at Pearl River Community College.
Breanna Peters will lead the nine-member association during the 2013-14 year. Serving with her are executive vice president Shelby Stiglets of Hattiesburg and executive secretary Desmond Edmonson, also of Hattiesburg.
Peters, 18, is the daughter of Brian Crumb and Sherita Peters, both of Brandon, and a graduate of Northwest Rankin High School. An occupational therapy major, she is a member of the String of Pearls dance squad.
Stiglets, 19, is the daughter of Tracy and Stacy Stiglets of Hattiesburg and a graduate of Oak Grove High School. She is a biology major and a member of the Lady Wildcat soccer team and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
Edmonson is the 19-year-old son of Cleveland Edmonson and Veronica Davis, both of Hattiesburg. A graduate of Hattiesburg High School, he is a drum major for the Spirit of the River marching band and a social work major.
Sophomore class officers are president Kelsea Lewis, vice president Santana Howze and secretary Teran Madison, all of Hattiesburg.
Lewis, 19, is the daughter of Ray and Tammy Lewis of Hattiesburg and an Oak Grove High School graduate. A nursing major, she is a member of the PRCC softball team and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes leadership team.
Howze is the 19-year-old daughter of Felesha and Samuel Howze of Hattiesburg. She is a graduate of Hattiesburg High School and an elementary education major at PRCC where she is in the Spirit of the River color guard.
Madison, also a Hattiesburg High graduate, is the daughter of Tera Smith of Hattiesburg and Richard Madison of Lawrence County. She is a nursing major.
Freshman class officers are president Michaela Andrews of Foxworth, vice president Raygan Necaise of Kiln and secretary Jerrod Newson of Columbia.
Andrews, 19, is the daughter of Jack Andrews of Foxworth and Jackie Andrews of Columbia and a graduate of West Marion High School. She is a member of the Spirit of the River marching band and the PRCC Singers.
Necaise, 18, is the son of Stacey and Maurice Necaise of Kiln and a graduate of Hancock High School. He is an electrical engineering major and a member of the River Navigators recruitment team.
Newson, 18, is the son of Bridget Newsom of Columbia. A graduate of East Marion High School, he is an instrumentation major.