ELLISVILLE, MS (JONES COUNTY JUNIOR COLLEGE) - A record number of 381 students are expected to receive their GED at the Jones County Junior College GED Graduation ceremony to be held Monday, July 26, at 7 p.m. in the Fine Arts Auditorium.
That number has increased by 89 from last year.
The commencement keynote speaker will be Reverend David L. Hagan of Laurel's Life Church.
Having completed 44 years of ministry, Hagan has also served the community as past president of the Pine Belt Regional Youth Coalition, twice served as president of the Greater Laurel Ministerial Association, Vice-Chairman of Global Network of Christian Ministries, and past member of the Jones County Chamber of Commerce Advisory Board.
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