ACTC inducts into Phi Theta Kappa
ASHLAND, Ky. — Seventy-seven ACTC students were inducted April 25 into the Alpha Omega Gamma Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa.
An international honor society of two-year colleges, PTK focuses on scholarship, leadership, fellowship and service. Inductees must have a 3.25 grade point average, on a 4.0 scale, on at least 18 credit hours that can be applied toward an associate degree.
From Ashland: Theresa D. Adams, Jeremy D. Barada, Charity D. Barker, David B. Cleary, Angelia R. Clevenger, Rachel R. Coleman, Sarah B. Coy, Jody Dixon, Kimberly R. Farley, Julia E. Frazier, Jacquelene R. Fultz, Steven Garaway, Cassandra L. Gibbs, Sarah E. Hanshaw, Andrew C. Hatfield, Rob Huff, Jonathon T. Hughes, Amy E. Johnson and Emily L. Jones.
Also from Ashland: Ashley M. Long, Christopher P. Lynch, Stacey J. Menshouse, Matthew E. Misbach, Steven K. Moore, Destiny L. Myer, Sally Ofosu, Jesse W. Parsley, Lori A. Peffer, Krystal L. Picard, Jiniferd G. Rigsby, Chad E. Stevens, Emily R. Toller, Everett Wilson and Pamela J. Workman.
From Ohio: Wendy R. Kelley; Ironton, Sheena R. Mays; Waterloo, April Kritzwiser; Waverly, John W. Groves; Wheelersburg.
From W.Va.: Bobbi J. Leach, Fort Gay; Kenneth M. Shafer, Huntington; Traci L. Miller, Prichard; and Mark T. Saunders.