PTK inducts new members

Pearl River Community College students inducted into the Iota Mu chapter of Phi Theta Kappa international honor society on Monday, Feb. 24, include, seated from left, Casey Johnson of Picayune, Victoria Quave of Carriere, Jessalyn Bisesi of McNeill, Elizabeth Easley of Carriere, Hannah Brock of Sumrall, Kaitlin Cooper of Picayune, Kaycee Hill of Petal, Jamie Davis of Wiggins, Rebekah Broom of Columbia, Miranda Mardis of Lucedale; standing, David Failla and Levi Herrin, both of Picayune; Joshua Matthews of Pass Christian, Raygan Necaise of Kiln, James Miller of Sumrall, Colton Penton and Maria Adcock, both of Picayune; Shay Sattler of Purvis, Allie Stockstill of Kiln and Anna Adorno of Picayune. Advisor is Stephanie Lee.
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The Iota Mu chapter of Phi Theta Kappa international honor society at Pearl River Community College inducted new members on Monday, Feb. 24. They include, Sydney Mathis, Bridget Orr, Victoria Hines and Regan Smith, all of Poplarville; Joelle Ladner of Lumberton, Kayla Hemby of Brandon, Haley Smith of Poplarville, Katie Terry of Columbia, Leslie Arrington of Waynesboro,  Tayla Ducre of Poplarville; second row, Ali Ellis of Clinton, Haley Weaver and Howard Weaver Jr., both of Bay St. Louis; Katelyn Briggs, Madelyn Werner and Emily Fleming, all of Carriere; Bailee Brewer of Bay St. Louis, Brittany Smith of Poplarville, Desiniqua Collins of Columbia, Jordan Ford of Purvis; third row, Demetrius McLin and Antron Watts, both of Columbia; Hunter Nelson of Purvis, Caridae Pittman of Picayune and Meagan Pearrow of Lumberton.
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Each community college president is asked to bring two (2) wrapped door prizes, minimum value of $50 each. We will have a station set up at the conference for you to drop off the door prizes.

Each community college is asked to provide name tags for their Board members, administration, and staff attending the conference.