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Camp Phi Theta Kappa members attend conference

PTK Public Relations Officer Candice Blow, from left, Historian Kennedy Parker, President M. Jeanette Ahmes, visiting student Jakiyah Williams, Vice President of Service Tamra Boone and Vice President of Leadership Kayla Rountree attended the regional conference in Lynchburg. — Submitted Brenda Bergess

By Wendy Harrison

LYNCHBURG

Members of the Omega Zeta Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Honor Society traveled to Lynchburg in October to participate in the 2019 regional conference.

According to co-advisors Brenda Bergess and Crystal McNair, the students were able to take inspiration and information from speakers who discussed the honors topic, “Transformations: Acknowledging, Assessing and Achieving Change.”

Bergess said, “The students also participated in the Regional Service Project, which entailed creating artwork that was distributed to a local nursing home.”

The students were able to visit the Lynchburg Museum and Liberty University while on the trip as well.

WENDY HARRISON is the public relations specialist for Camp Community College. She can be reached at wharrison@pdc.edu.