Surgical technology students complete program

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Students in the surgical technology program at Pearl River Community College’s Forrest County Center received their diplomas and pins in a ceremony on Monday, Dec. 14. They are, first row from left, Haley Humpries of Hattiesburg, Holly Peterson of Waveland, Sara Andrews and Regan Brown, both of Hattiesburg; second row, Alyssa Hoda of Kiln, Sandi Sheffield of Picayune and Alicia Mars of Petal; third row, Shannon Williams of Poplarville, Latasha McGee and Christa McGill, both of Petal; fourth row, Megan Logan and Jamie Fleming, both of Hattiesburg; and Kayla Walley of Petal. Tammy Allhoff is program director, and Brittney Hawkins is an instructor.
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