Nov. 16, 2005
Phi Theta Kappa, the largest honor society in America, recently inducted 123 members into its Alpha Nu Omega Chapter at HACC, Central Pennsylvania's Community College. Members of PTK must maintain a grade point average of 3.5 and attend orientation and initiation programs. Each member volunteers at least ten hours of service each year for their college, in their community or for PTK nationally or locally. HACC's Alph Nu Omega chapter held the initiation ceremony on the Harrisburg Campus in the Rose Lehrman Arts Center.

The new initiates are:


Abbotstown - Carrie M. Bosley.

Fairfield - David G. Grimes.

Gettysburg - Maria V. Agard, Beverly A. Stevens.

Littlestown - Michael C. McCloskey II.


Boiling Springs - Michelle R. Gallaway.

Camp Hill - Sheilah M. Bashford, Alex G. Cain, Daniel E. Honegger, Scott Nyberg.

Carlisle - Melissa S. Crist, Christine L. Otto, Monique M. Pabon, Sean R. Sims, Westly Welty.

Enola - Heather M. Miller, Marie A. Peters.

Mechanicsburg - Michele L. Hunter, Lee Ann Nedrow, Scott A. Nedrow, Debra K. Pfaff, Megan L. Schiel.

New Cumberland - Mary A. Andes.


Dauphin - Rebecca A. Novak.

Halifax - Linda J. Rupp.

Harrisburg - Crystal S. Adams, Jeffrey S. Butt, Samantha K. Cartwright, Timothy B. Coleman, Ashley L. Colestock, Beth F. Collman, Dylan T. Turner, Brittany M. Falchek, Amaya L. Hain, Amanda J. Hoover, Alicja B. Kegerreis, Michele R. McHale, Lisa A. Metzger, Lori S. Miller, Sara A Miller, Louis F. Munoz, Christina A. Orwan, Cheri L. Pellazar, Gina M. Recce, Hardy S. Richardson, Sharon S. Romanowski, Christy A. Schmidt, Philip R. Snyder, Norman Spriggs.

Hershey - Eric Bakey, Diane L. Tehansky.

Hummelstown - Katherine A. Sienrukos, Frank J. Tomasic Jr.

Middletown - Frederick J. Heagy, Amy J. LeFever, Nicole M. Terry, Elizabeth A. Wilcox.


Ardmore - Adrienne Y. Stretch.


Chambersburg - Jonathan C. Faust.

Saint Thomas - Denise R. Airaghi.


Columbia - Susan E. Worby.

Conestoga - Kimberly M. Nolan.

East Petersburg - Nannette J. Atwater Shenk.

Elizabethtown - Sara E. Miller.

Ephrata - Lisa N. Burkholder, Bruce A. Hadley.

Lancaster - Juanita M. Angelini, Sarah E. Bentley, Chester P. Bushong, Heather Gallagher, Julia A. Hoover, Desta H. Kebede, Manuel Luna-Murray, Michael A. Miller, Ramila Subedi, Tracie R. Thomas, Vanessa L. Vincent, Holly M. Yunginger.

Landisville - Diane E. Lowery.

Leola - Andrew M. Byers.

Manheim - Sean G. Langmuir.

Millersville - April M. Carman.

New Holland - Travis J. Lanz.

Terre Hill - Rodney L. Renninger.

Willow Street - Jessica E. Bleacher.


Campbelltown - Henry D. Miller.

Jonestown - Gary A. Aller, Caleb J. Zimmerman.

Lebanon - Dianne M. Boyer, Elisa P. Fernandez, Roderick D. Hood, Suzanne E. Miller, Francine L. Mione, Kristi L. Sattazahn.

Newmanstown - Koren M. Hemperly, Brett F. Weidman.

Palmyra - William P. Barry III.


Reedsville - Gretchen McCullough.


Herndon - Ray C. Boyer.


Duncannon - Melissa A. Fuller.

Marysville - Justine A. Reedy, Barbara K. Wagner.


Dillsburg - Alicia J. Brubaker.

Etters - Karen A. Goode, Anne Marie Irvin.

Hanover - Gary L. Laabs, Deon L. Seeman, Patricia E. Webb, Westly Welty.

Lewisberry - Kelly L. Hoon.

New Cumberland - Susan E. Bookwalter.

Red Lion - Velja L. Bond, Allison R. Mook.

Spring Grove - Gena M. Richardson.

Stewartstown - Heather M. Marsteller.

York - Jason K. Beall, Erin M. Brunner, Nicole L. Groft, Nadine M. Harrell, Pamela I. Piotrowski, Tina A. Stryker, Krista L. Townsley.

York Haven - Janine M. Bryant.

The Alpha Nu Omega Chapter participates in activities to foster fellowship, scholarship, leadership, and service at all of HACC's campuses. Students volunteer to assist various non-profit organizations in the community, as well as participate in various activities to support Chapter and college functions.

Phi Theta Kappa is the largest honor society in American higher education with more than 1.3 million members and 1,100 chapters located in 50 states, U.S. territories, Canada, Germany, and Japan. In 1929, the American Association of Community Colleges recognized Phi Theta Kappa as the official honor society for two-year colleges, and in 2000 the Association of College Honor Societies recognized Phi Theta Kappa as the general scholarship honor society serving associate degree granting institutions.

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