Students Inducted into Honors Society
Submitted on April 12, 2010 at 10:18 AM
Volunteer State Community College announced the spring 2010 inductees into the Phi Theta Kappa honors society. The purpose of Phi Theta Kappa is to recognize and encourage scholarship among two-year college students. Phi Theta Kappa provides opportunity for the development of leadership and service. A ceremony was held on April 11 at the College. The following students were inducted:
Tammy Allen of Hendersonville, Leslie Atwood of Gallatin, Jennifer Baker of Hermitage, James Barnes of Murfreesboro, Elise Barreiro of Hendersonville, Ashley Baxter of Nashville, Jamie Blurton of Antioch, Shonci Brooks of Hendersonville, Roshunda Brown of Mt. Juliet, Sierra Bruner of Hendersonville, Andrew Campbell of Gallatin, Nellie Campbell of Nashville, Rachel Campbell of Springfield, Heather Cole of Goodlettsville, Kevin Conner of Monroe, Morissa Duke of Greenbrier, James Edwards of Hendersonville, Kenzie Gaines of Mt. Juliet, Rachel Haley of Lebanon, Nicole Hallfrisch of Westmoreland, Tammy Hammond of Nashville, Craig Hanson of Clarksville, Mechelle Hassard of Lafayette, Courtney Hix of Hermitage, Jordan Hoover of White House, Sindhu John of Hermitage, Josalyn Johnson of Hendersonville, Rachel Jones of Gallatin, Shelly Keef of Goodlettsville, Perry Kimbrel of Mt. Juliet, Fred Kirby of Lafayette, Misty Klahn of Hendersonville, Aaron Lincoln of Springfield, Michael Lotfi of Nashville, Cameron Mason of Hendersonville, Zack McCullough of Portland, Julie McGuire of Castalian Springs, Erikka McIntyre of Hermitage, Brittany Miller of Westmoreland, Maria Milliken of Mt. Juliet, Jennifer Mitchell of Orlinda, Lori O’Brien of Mt. Juliet, Mandy Pemerton of Goodlettsville, Candace Ramirez of Gallatin, Melanie Robinson of Hendersonville, Jarvis Sanders of Murfreesboro, Twanda Scott of Gallatin, Ian Smith of Mt. Juliet, Timothy Smith of Hendersonville, Stacie Stringfield of Nashville, Jennifer Sutton of Lebanon, Shelley Vaughn of Mt. Juliet, Felicia Vinson of LaVergne, Kayla Walker of White House, Molly Webb of Gallatin, Victoria Weeks of Nashville, Candace Whiting of Gallatin, Samuel Willey of Hendersonville, and Katherine Williams of Hendersonville.
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