The bead and lace ornaments, which include wreaths, bells and candy
canes, will be sold for $1 to $2 on Saturday from 10 a.m. until 4
p.m. at IGA and Kroger in Lincoln.
Anyone wishing to purchase
ornaments at another time can do so by contacting chapter adviser
Spring Hyde, an assistant professor of English, at 217-871-9639 or
Phi Theta Kappa is the premier national honor society for junior
colleges. Each year, the Iota Chi Chapter at Lincoln College
determines which projects they will support.
The chapter president is Hannah Singleton, a sophomore from South
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When asked about the chapter's choice to support Special Olympics,
she responded: "Each year, Phi Theta Kappa assigns an 'Honors in
Action' study topic. This year's study topic was 'The Culture of
Competition,' and Iota Chi Chapter has chosen to support Special
Olympics in their endeavors to provide athletic competitions to
children and adults with disabilities."
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