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Hinds CC honors Foundation scholarship recipients

The Hinds Community College Foundation recognized some of its 2016-2017 scholarship recipients, donors and honorees at a reception on Sept. 28 at the Muse Center on the Rankin Campus. Other scholarship recipients and donors will be honored on the Vicksburg-Warren Campus on Nov. 11 and the Utica Campus on Nov. 13.

Among those recognized was Michael Davis of Clinton, who received the Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Cochran Scholarship.

The Hinds Community College Foundation awarded more than 600 scholarships in the 2016-2017 academic year.  The deadline to apply for a Hinds Community College Foundation scholarship has changed. The new deadline for next year is Feb. 15, 2017. For more information, visit www.hindscc.edu.

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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Among those recognized was recipient Michael Davis of Clinton, who received the Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Cochran Scholarship.

Among those recognized was recipient Michael Davis of Clinton, who received the Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Cochran Scholarship.

Among those honored were Destiny Roundtree of Clinton, sitting, who received the Hinds County Farm Bureau Scholarship. With her is Hinds Community College Advancement office manager Wendy Barnes of Raymond.

Among those honored were Destiny Roundtree of Clinton, sitting, who received the Hinds County Farm Bureau Scholarship. With her is Hinds Community College Advancement office manager Wendy Barnes of Raymond.

Among those recognized was Emily Still of Pelahatchie, center, who received the Norman and Suzanna Session Scholarship. Pictured with her are Dr. and Mrs. Norman Session, of Brandon.

Among those recognized was Emily Still of Pelahatchie, center, who received the Norman and Suzanna Session Scholarship. Pictured with her are Dr. and Mrs. Norman Session, of Brandon.

Among those recognized was Destinie James of Vicksburg, who received the Dr. John and Pamela J. Woods Scholarship.

Among those recognized was Destinie James of Vicksburg, who received the Dr. John and Pamela J. Woods Scholarship.

Among those recognized was Victoria Bailey of Brandon, right, who received the Kay Cliffe Memorial Scholarship. With her is Haley Hartfield of Brandon, left, niece of the late Kay Cliffe.

Among those recognized was Victoria Bailey of Brandon, right, who received the Kay Cliffe Memorial Scholarship. With her is Haley Hartfield of Brandon, left, niece of the late Kay Cliffe.

Among those recognized was Jacob Mahaffey of Brandon, who received the William J. “Bill” Cole and Rankin County Farm Bureau scholarships.

Among those recognized was Jacob Mahaffey of Brandon, who received the William J. “Bill” Cole and Rankin County Farm Bureau scholarships.

Among those recognized was Caitlyn Nichols of Brandon, right, who received the Mississippi Association of Petroleum Landmen Scholarship. With her is Bert Green of Jackson, representing the Mississippi Association of Petroleum Landmen.

Among those recognized was Caitlyn Nichols of Brandon, right, who received the Mississippi Association of Petroleum Landmen Scholarship. With her is Bert Green of Jackson, representing the Mississippi Association of Petroleum Landmen.

Among those recognized was Ashlynn Walker of Magee, who received the Michael J. and Polly H. Rabalais Scholarship.

Among those recognized was Ashlynn Walker of Magee, who received the Michael J. and Polly H. Rabalais Scholarship.

Among those recognized was Jacob Kirby of Raymond, who received the Gaddis and McLaurin Scholarship.

Among those recognized was Jacob Kirby of Raymond, who received the Gaddis and McLaurin Scholarship.

Among those recognized was Thomas Hulett of Florence, left, who received the Jimmy C. Smith Scholarship. Pictured with him is Jimmy C. Smith of Brookhaven.

Among those recognized was Thomas Hulett of Florence, left, who received the Jimmy C. Smith Scholarship. Pictured with him is Jimmy C. Smith of Brookhaven.

Among those recognized was Aleia Dunn of Picayune, who received the Clyde D. and Mildred Cain Womack Scholarship.

Among those recognized was Aleia Dunn of Picayune, who received the Clyde D. and Mildred Cain Womack Scholarship.

Among those recognized was Kayla Tolar of Brandon, who received the John L. Heiden Scholarship. She is pictured with John L. Heiden of Brandon.

Among those recognized was Kayla Tolar of Brandon, who received the John L. Heiden Scholarship. She is pictured with John L. Heiden of Jackson.

Among those recognized was Kitsy Westerfield of Pearl, left, who received the Douglas F. Arnold Scholarship. She is with Ann Arnold of Southaven.

Among those recognized was Kitsy Westerfield of Pearl, left, who received the Douglas F. Arnold Scholarship. She is with Ann Arnold of Southaven.

Among those recognized was Shaylie Shannon of Brandon, who received the Rankin County Alumni Chapter Scholarship.

Among those recognized was Shaylie Shannon of Brandon, who received the Rankin County Alumni Chapter Scholarship.

Among those recognized was Megan Barnhart of Florence, left, who received the Jack and Angela Hite Hi-Stepper Scholarship. She is with Angela Hite of Raymond, director of the Hinds Hi-Steppers.

Among those recognized was Megan Barnhart of Florence, left, who received the Jack and Angela Hite Hi-Stepper Scholarship. She is with Angela Hite of Raymond, director of the Hinds Hi-Steppers.

Among those recognized was Kristen Stull of Florence, who received the Charles Jones Technical Scholarship.

Among those recognized was Kristen Stull of Florence, who received the Charles Jones Technical Scholarship.

Among those recognized was James Girard of Benton, who received the Combat Veterans Scholarship.

Among those recognized was James Girard of Benton, who received the Combat Veterans Scholarship.

Among those recognized was Sessums Means of Brandon, who received the Ken Coomes Scholarship.

Among those recognized was Sessums Means of Brandon, who received the Ken Coomes Scholarship.

Among those recognized was Wanner Paiz of Crystal Springs, who received the David C. Barton Scholarship.

Among those recognized was Wanner Paiz of Crystal Springs, who received the David C. Barton Scholarship.

Among those recognized was Shelby Baker of Florence, left, who received the Hinds Community College Education Association Scholarship. With her is Lisa Davis of Raymond, president of the HCCEA.

Among those recognized was Shelby Baker of Florence, left, who received the Hinds Community College Education Association Scholarship. With her is Lisa Davis of Raymond, president of the HCCEA.

Among those recognized was Carson Weaver of Terry, center, who received the Dr. Roger Jones and Lamar Currie Scholarship. With him are Jones, left, of Raymond, and Currie, right, of Utica.

Among those recognized was Carson Weaver of Terry, center, who received the Dr. Roger Jones and Lamar Currie Scholarship. With him are Jones, left, of Raymond, and Currie, right, of Utica.

Among those recognized was Styler Ginger of Byram, who received the Dan and Barbara Hogan Scholarship. With him are Dr. Barbara Hogan, left, and Dr. Dan Hogan, right, of Raymond.

Among those recognized was Styler Ginger of Byram, who received the Dan and Barbara Hogan Scholarship. With him are Dr. Barbara Hogan, left, and Dr. Dan Hogan, right, of Raymond.

Among those recognized was Darvier Jones of Memphis, right, who received the Marvin and Virginia Riggs Scholarship. She is shown with Angela Hite, director of the Hinds Hi-Steppers.

Among those recognized was Darvier Jones of Memphis, right, who received the Marvin and Virginia Riggs Scholarship. She is shown with Angela Hite, director of the Hinds Hi-Steppers.

Among those recognized was Kevin Tyler of Benoit, right, who received the Vito Daniel Patti Memorial Scholarship. He is with Michael Patti of Jackson.

Among those recognized was Kevin Tyler of Benoit, right, who received the Vito Daniel Patti Memorial Scholarship. He is with Michael Patti of Jackson.

Among those recognized was Dominic Jackson of Mendenhall, right, who received the Associated Student Government Scholarship. With him is Keith Williams of Edwards, left, who is an ASG adviser on the Raymond Campus.

Among those recognized was Dominic Jackson of Mendenhall, right, who received the Associated Student Government Scholarship. With him is Keith Williams of Edwards, left, who is an ASG adviser on the Raymond Campus.

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