Tuesday, October 15, 2013

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October 15, 2013 - 9:11am
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The Iota Mu chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at Pearl River Community College inducted new members into the honor society on Monday, Oct. 7. They are, seated from left, Linda Nguyen of Picayune, Whitney Fairley of Brooklyn, Katarina Powell, Makayla Cooper and Haylee Pierce, all of Columbia, Hannah Williamson of Oak Grove; standing, Lylla Royston of Perkinston, Karly Mitchell of Poplarville, Alexander VonRobke of Henleyfield, Dustin Tims of Purvis, Chris Borecki of Picayune, Ashley Chasez of Waveland, Cara Larsen and Dazia Raine, both of Poplarville.
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Three generations of Wildcats were on hand Monday, Oct. 7, when Hannah Williamson of Oak Grove, was inducted into Phi Theta Kappa honor society. She is shown with her grandparents, Donnie and Sandra Williamson of Foxworth, who attended PRCC in 1969-71 and 1975-76 respectively; and her father, Dr. Justin Williamson, a student in 1994-96 and a PRCC English instructor.
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Officers of the Iota Mu chapter of Phi Theta Kappa are, seated left to right, Hannah Bowman of Poplarville, vice president of fellowship; Tiffany Tucker of Diamondhead, co-president; Chelsea Gascho of Picayune, vice president of leadership; standing, co-president Jansen Owen of Poplarville, Darion Matthews of Richton, vice president of scholarship, and Kevin Broom of Columbia, vice president of service.

 
October 15, 2013 - 10:41am
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The student nurse association is conducting a fundraiser for the Pink Hearts, an organization that gives free wigs to children and women with cancer.  This organization also provides transportation for cancer patients who need rides to their doctor appointments, and are located in Gulfport. The students are selling raffle tickets for $5.00 each for a “pink heart” quilt.  The quilt was donated by the Jubilee Quilt Guild located here, in Poplarville.   The quilt is unique: each square was completed by a member of their Guild.  One of the squares, with an angel, was completed by a lady who subsequently died with cancer.  Another square was completed by a lady who was diagnosed with cancer while she was making the square! All proceeds will go to the Pink Hearts. If you are interested in a raffle ticket, please contact Marilyn Dillard, Ella Mae Penton, at  601-403-1070, or Amy Esslinger at 601-403-1083.  Students will come to you with the raffle tickets!

Pink Hearts Quilt

 
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