September 27, 2018

Hinds CC Rankin Campus inducts new Phi Theta Kappa members

Alpha Omicron Omega Chapter adds members, names officers for 2018-19
BY: Danny Barrett Jr.

PEARL – The Alpha Omicron Omega Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at Hinds Community College’s Rankin Campus inducted new members and officers Sept. 21.

Newly inducted members include, front row, Kaylee Selle, of Waveland; Madison Lisenby, of Raymond; Erin Fitts, of Brandon; Kennedy Ruff, of Florence; Kayleigh Polk, of Brandon; Amber Vincent, of Richland; Alexis Dyess, of Brandon; Mary Robin Miller, of Flowood, and Jessica Hernandez, of Richland.

Middle row, from left: Skylea Pope, of Pearl; Addie Cumberland, of Brandon; Lona Perrett, of Pelahatchie; Carolanne Husley, of Richland; Hailey Reeder, of Pelahatchie; Mindi Toal, of Pelahatchie; Patricia Bailey, of Jackson; Barbara Henry, of Pearl; Jessica Fields, of Pearl; Paige Boteler, of Richland, and Verie Clemons, of Lauderdale.

Back row, from left: Ian Lawrence, of Morton; Kennon Hurst, of Pearl; Josh Yates, of Brandon; Joshua Johnson, of Jayess; Case Taylor, of Pelahatchie; Brandon Thompson, of Pelahatchie; Tyler McMain, of Brandon; Cody Poe, of Grenada, and Jaylon Johnson, of Jackson.

Also inducted were John Clarke Altman, Ashlea Beatty, Alyse Bullock, Philip Christian, John Drennan, Learner Ford, Warren Guest, Bethany Hill, William James, Alexis Jones, Bethany Jordan, Stephanie Lott, Autley Loyd, Sarah Mitchell and Abby Parrish.

Officers include front, from left, Bethany Hill, vice president of fellowship, of Brandon; Amber Williams, chapter service committee chair, of Brandon; Anna Pate, president, of Brandon; Destiny Little, president, of Madison; Ashlyn Rader, vice president of service, of Puckett; Makenie Downs, vice president of public relations, of Brandon; back row, from left, Eric Kinan, vice president of fellowship, of Florence; Antara Sharma, vice president of leadership, of Brandon; Victoria Lawrence, special projects chair, of Magee;  Gabbi Walters, vice president of scholarship, of Pelahatchie; Caleb Ries, vice president of service, of Florence.