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JCJC hosts summer graduation

ELLISVILLE, MS (WDAM) - Dozens of students from Jones County Junior College took home degrees during summer commencement tonight.

Nearly 200 students took home either an associate in arts degree, an associate in applied science degree, or a vocational certificate.

They heard a message by the new Laurel School Superintendent Chuck Benigno.

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