Redder receives recognition

Brandon Redder, fourth from left, of Olive Branch, received recognition from Rural Medical & Science Scholars program directors Ann Sansing and Jasmine Harris-Speight, community health intern, Reagan Moak, and counselors Osvaldo Ballesteros and Landis Llewelyn. Redder was among 21 students enrolled in the four-week summer program at Mississippi State University to encourage high school students to pursue health or science careers in rural areas of the state.

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