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Lincoln College initiates 35 members into Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society

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[March 18, 2010]  The Iota Chi chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at Lincoln College inducted 35 members at its annual initiation ceremonies on Feb. 24. Phi Theta Kappa is the international honor society of the two-year college. Founded in Missouri in 1918, its mission is to recognize academic excellence and provide opportunities for its members to experience growth through service projects, fellowships events, leadership training and other opportunities.

Students initiated into Phi Theta Kappa must have obtained sophomore status and maintain a high cumulative grade-point average.

Professors John Welter and Chris Gray serve as faculty advisers to Iota Chi chapter and welcomed the following students and their families during a special ceremony on campus:

  • Courtney Akers, Elkhart

  • Allyson Bardy, Bolingbrook

  • Bryce Bohman, Moline

  • Jeffery Bolen, San Jose

  • John Brockhouse, Arnold, Mo.,

  • Kalysa Brooks, Joliet

  • Hailey Cooper, New Holland

  • Chance Davidson, Litchfield

  • Lara Dawson, Mulkeytown

  • Nichole Etcheson, Lincoln

  • Heather Fedrick, Chicago

  • Cody Follis, Lincoln

  • Chelsea Gunterman, Lincoln

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  • Abigale Hare, Shannon

  • Megan Herrman, Havana

  • Lauren Hess, Morton

  • Jacob Hibbert, East Peoria

  • Kayla Jenkins, New Holland

  • Yvette Johnson, Christopher

  • Pete Moxley, Streator

  • Amanda Pepmeyer, Macomb

  • Shelbi Rentmeister, Clinton

  • Theodore Rich, Deerfield

  • Jason Rohrer, Lincoln

  • Louis Schonauer, Lincoln

  • Carissa Skaggs, Lincoln

  • Amy Springer, Lincoln

  • Kaitlyn Stauffer, Lincoln

  • Danielle Stephenson, Campbell Hill

  • Blake Walch, Barry

  • Craig Wallin, Elkhart, Ind.

  • Alexandra Williams, Lincoln

  • Lucas Woolridge, Clinton

  • Lucas Wright, Nokomis

  • Stephanie Yarr, Naperville

[Text from file received from Lincoln College]


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