Ten graduate from Pine Belt Works

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The Pine Belt Works Basic Manufacturing Skills Certificate program recently graduated 10 students in a ceremony at Pearl River Community College’s Woodall Advanced Technology Center.  PRCC, through the Workforce Education Department and with support from the Southern Mississippi Planning and Development District, the Area Development Partnership and Mississippi Power Co., provided the training for the class. Pictured are, front row from left,  Teresa Paige of Hattiesburg, instructor Earnest Evans and Anissa Ryals of Foxworth; second row, Isaiah Hollingsworth and Anita Faulkner, both of Hattiesburg; third row, Jamal Allen of Columbia and Lora Ealy of Hattiesburg; fourth row, Rodney Gaines of Hattiesburg and William Buxton of Purvis; fifth row, Kendell Howard of Columbia and Charlton Copeland of Hattiesburg.
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