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Petal student is helping with summer camps at Miss. College

By STAFF REPORTS,

Madison Brown of Petal, a May 2019 Mississippi College graduate, is one of several students helping with camps this summer on the Clinton campus. She will attend graduate school at the Baptist-affiliated university this fall.

Brown sees her role as impacting the lives of teens who may become future MC Choctaws.








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