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Ray Rutledge

Holmes creates fund in memory of Ray Rutledge

Longtime Holmes chemistry instructor Ray Rutledge touched the lives of many students seeking degrees in the medical field, and one of his former students, David Hudson, and his wife, Christy, have recently established the Ray Rutledge Memorial Science Department Fund in his memory to assist the science department on the Goodman Campus. Read more

Pictured are the 70 plus cadets, including the five from Holmes Community College, who participated in the two-week Annual Mississippi Magnolia Guard Officer Leadership Development (GOLD) Program at the Camp Shelby Joint Forces Training Center May 14-29.

Holmes Magnolia GOLD trains at Camp Shelby

Five members of the Holmes Community College Magnolia GOLD (Guard Officer Leadership Development) program recently participated in the two-week Annual Mississippi Magnolia GOLD Program at the Camp Shelby Joint Forces Training Center. Percival Field of Madison, Jasmine Gibson of Lexington, Johnell Hartley of Kosciusko, Zachary Lewis of Brandon, and Lane McTaggart of Madison joined the group of over 70 enlisted students from both Mississippi Valley State University and community colleges across the state. Read more

Pictured with the rendering of the plaque for the new Samuel O. Massey, Jr., M.D. Science and Mathematics Auditorium are: (From L to R) Director of Annual Giving, Jack Holmes; Holmes Board of Trustees President, Walter Alford; Holmes President, Dr. Jim Haffey; Honoree, Dr. Samuel Massey, Jr.; Holmes Development Foundation Board President, Dr. Don Phillips; and Executive Director of the Holmes Development Foundation, Dr. Lindy McCain.

Auditorium named for Dr. Sam Massey

On Friday, June 10, Holmes Community College honored one of its most outstanding alumni, Dr. Samuel O.Massey, Jr., M.D., by naming the auditorium in the Science and Mathematics Building on the Goodman Campus in his honor. Read more