Surgical technology graduation held

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Graduates of the surgical technology program at Pearl River Community College’s Forrest County Center received their diplomas and pins during a ceremony on Friday, Dec. 13, at PRCC’s Woodall Advanced Technology Center. They are, front row from left, Stephen Smith of Foxworth (Academic Award), Hannah Broome of Sumrall, Heather Williams of Jackson, Hannah Lauga of Picayune (Outstanding Clinical Student), Brittany Jones of Carriere and Andreia Echols of Columbia; back row, program director Tammy Allhoff, Lauren Bodie and Angela Stampley, both of Columbia, Kayla Ratcliff of Stringer, Brittany Baughman of Tylertown, Devin Little of Petal, Matt Layman of Picayune and instructor Brittney Hawkins. Smith was also the recipient of the Debbie Hinton Memorial Scholarship. PRCC Public Relations photo.