As part of the annual Homecoming activities, [tweetable alt=””]Hinds Community College hosted the 50 + luncheon for graduates of the 1966 class and prior. [/tweetable]

Those representing the classes between 1960 and 1965 were, from left, Barbara Smith Boyd of Learned, 1960; Mary Bess Beard Boyd of Bolton, 1960; Bill Ferguson of Learned, 1960; Dean Liles of Plano, Texas, 1961; Warrene Hand Holliday of Terry, 1962 and Alice Shuff Connelly of Raymond, 1963.
Those representing the classes between 1960 and 1965 were, from left, Barbara Smith Boyd of Learned, 1960; Mary Bess Beard Boyd of Bolton, 1960; Bill Ferguson of Learned, 1960; Dean Liles of Plano, Texas, 1961; Warrene Hand Holliday of Terry, 1962 and Alice Shuff Connelly of Raymond, 1963.
Among those who attended were the class of 1966, from left, Michael Beauchamp of Raymond, Dr. Lynn Weathersby of Florence, Tom Shuff of Raymond, Becky Bryant Holbrook of Raymond, James “Hoppy” Bennett of Hattiesburg, Pat Towler Bennett of Hattiesburg, Dennis Allen of Baton Rouge and Connie Beth Palmer Allen of Baton Rouge.
Among those who attended were the class of 1966, from left, Michael Beauchamp of Raymond, Dr. Lynn Weathersby of Florence, Tom Shuff of Raymond, Becky Bryant Holbrook of Raymond, James “Hoppy” Bennett of Hattiesburg, Pat Towler Bennett of Hattiesburg, Dennis Allen of Baton Rouge and Connie Beth Palmer Allen of Baton Rouge.

 

Representing the classes of the 1950s were, from left, Mark Chaney of Vicksburg, 1950; Ray Boyd of Bolton, 1953; John Emory of Jackson, 1954; Douglas Moore of Jackson, 1954; Ross Alman of Lampe, Mo., 1958; Homer Boyd of Learned, 1956; Peggy Fugate Blalock of Brandon, 1958 and Pruitt Blalock of Brandon, 1958.
Representing the classes of the 1950s were, from left, Mark Chaney of Vicksburg, 1950; Ray Boyd of Bolton, 1953; John Emory of Jackson, 1954; Douglas Moore of Jackson, 1954; Ross Alman of Lampe, Mo., 1958; Homer Boyd of Learned, 1956; Peggy Fugate Blalock of Brandon, 1958 and Pruitt Blalock of Brandon, 1958.

As Mississippi’s largest community college, Hinds Community College is a comprehensive institution offering quality, affordable educational opportunities with academic programs of study leading to seamless university transfer and career and technical programs teaching job-ready skills. With six locations in central Mississippi, Hinds enrolled nearly 12,000 credit students in fall 2016. To learn more, visit www.hindscc.edu or call 1.800.HindsCC.

 

 

 

 

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