Freed Hardeman University - Treasure Chest Yearbook (Henderson, TN)

 - Class of 1988

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SWSA SWSA has two purposes. It is a professional club for social work majors and minors, and is also a service club. SWSA strives to serve the community and each other. A "Toys for Tots" drive was held at Christ- mas to help underprivileged children. A field trip to Tennes- see State Prison was also planned. ln talking about SWSA, Laura Parish said, "SWSA is an effective tool in developing goals as far as a career in so- cial work. lt is a good way for students to encourage each other and build relationships." The officers for this year were Bob Murray, president: Laura Parish and Cathy Cooper, vice-presidentsg Susan .John- son, secretaryltreasurer: Glynda Nichols, recruitment- lservice coordinator, and Ta- mie Kiddy, education coordi- nator. Pi Epsilon Pi Epsilon is a professional organization for health and physical education majors and minors. The club strives to make members more aware of the opportunities available in their field. This year Pi Epsilon sponsored Jump Flope for Heart and the Teacher with a Heart competition. The club also sponsored a blood pres- sure and weight check booth during Lectureship. The club members attended the AAH- PEFZD Southern District Co- vention in Little Rock Arkansas. Kendra Bonnell was presi- dent during the fall semester. Officers for the spring semes- ter were Julie Coleman, presi- dent, Travis McKissack, vice- president: Shanda Field, secretaryg Diane Self, treasur- er. 156 Organizations 5 SWSA - Flow 7: Bob Murray, Laura Parish, Glynda Nichols, Susan Johnson: How 2: Tarnie Kiddy, Melissa Johnson, Mary Lou Losey, Gina Hurst,' Bow 3: Charlene Pendergrass, Shani Waller, Tessa Yenny, Cathy Cooper, Gloria Postlethwait, Tracy Hose: Ftow 4: Jeanette Caraker, Steve Collins, Joyce Hunt, Amy Bullock, Racquel McHaney, Darrell Sharp, Photo by Holland Studios. Pi Epsilon -- Seated: Pam Hicks, Shanda Held, Diane Self Kendra Bonnell, Julie Coleman: Standing: Mary Davenport, Shonn Weldon, Sylvia Harris, Hoyt Kirk, Ernesto Ramos, Torn Dixon, Travis Molfissaok, Chuck Barnett, Deanna Hall. Photo by John Bentley. Z , l. t 'Vl- 'W i

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Free Enterprise Team This year's Free Enter- prise Team was very suc- cessful. Under the leadership of Dwayne Wilson the team participated in a competition in Memphis. They placed high- ly, and went to a national com- petition in May. There are two primary pur- poses for the Free Enterprise Team. The first is to develop projects which will raise awareness of economic is- sues. ln competition, these projects must last no more than 24 minutes and usually consist of an oral presentation and a slide show. The second purpose is to narrow the gap between academics and the real world. free Enterprise Team - Row 1: Jeff Johnson, Richard Dobbins, Clive Gumbs: Row 2: Brian Beck, Julie Gann, Julie Coleman, Debbie Johns, David Holloway: Row 3: Rick Brooks, Susan Poteet, Robbie Harmon, Dwayne Wilson, Bruce Carden. Photo by John Bentley. COMMA - Row 7: Paul Powers, Ben Hardin, Bill Gooch, Jeff Johnson, Scott Sewell Kelly Lancaster, Andy Phillips, Winston Harless: Row 2: Melissa Tomlinson, Trenton Dade, Christi Pugh, Dawn Garrett, Felicia Elam, Jud Davis, Carole Arnold, Paige Kittrell Frank Kemp, Kristi Barker, Tammi Mullins, Row 3: Beth Cole, Lora DeFore, John McLaughlin, Tracy Johns, Lisa Springer, Tim Dills, Gary Lyons, Amanda Edwards, Kim Hale, Jeanette Caraker, Vicki Leatherwood' Row 4: Steve Johnson, Michelle Gilliland, Hank McDaniel, Delanna Rutland, Todd Fulkerson, Eddie Alderson, Jana Middelton, Robin Edwards, Laurie Killpatrick: Row 5: David Hale, Tina Davis, Carl Bell Kendall Joseph, Randy Baumgardner, Kelly Shelton, Randy Lane, Karen Ford: Row 6: Ray Eaton, Roy Neal Grissom, Robert Jones, Terry Rikard, Randy Burse, Trina Thompson, Susan Bennett, George Welty, Ron Gray, Photo by Holland Studios. CGIVIIVIA The Communication Ma- jors and Minors Associa- tion, or COMMA as it is com- monly called, does a great deal to associate students with the communication field. At each meeting members are afforded the opportunity to hear speakers on such sub- jects as journalism, public re- lations, advertising, broad- casting, theatre, and other areas. Craig Carroll said, "COM- MA is an excellent way to learn if your chosen field is really for you. Not only do you get to meet and listen to speakers who are already in the field, but you grow closer to people who share the same goals and ambitions in life." The officers for this year were Michelle Gilliland, chair- man: Kelly Lancaster and Ed- die Alderson, vice-chairmen. The officers worked together with the faculty advisers to bring the club the best it could offer. Organize tions 755



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Ji Beta Chi - Row 1: Diane Speed Karen Angerman: Row 2: Hodon Yates, John Estes, David Oliver: Row 3: Chris Sravens, Neita Barnes, Martin Chaney Tim Turner, Mary Cline. 4, ML - 'PMA - Row 7: Gail Latham, Renee Henson, Judy England, Kelly Vaden, Sheri Veregge, Flon O'Rourke,' Row 2: 1 ren Walker, Carol Hayes, John Bentley, Vincent Wheatley, Mike Dozier, George Van Eaton, Larry Nagle, Danny ench, Stan Tillman, Kelly Beard, Rick Root, Larry Oldham. Photo by John Bentley. Pi Beta CN The purpose of Pi Beta Chi is to further interest in the sci- entific pursuit of knowledge. Members do this by lectures and field trips. Highlights of the year included a special lecture by Dr. Hall C. Holland, a nuclear physicist and a trip to the Space Center in Hunts- ville, Alabama. Members de- veloped a constitution for more organization and higher standards. Officers for the year were John Estes, presidentg David Oliver, vice-presidentg Chris Cravens, secretary: Neita Barnes, treasurer: and Hodon Yates, parlimentarian. DPIVIA The Association for Com- puting Machinery underwent a constitution change this year and became the Data Pro- cessing Management As- sociation. The organization is for computer science and computer information systems majors. DPMA is primarily de- signed to facilitate better un- derstanding of the vital rela- tionship of information processing as it relates to management and society. Each year DPMA hands out three awards on Awards Day. These awards are Outstanding Computer Science Graduate, Outstanding Computer Infor- mation Systems Graduate, and Rookie Programmer of the Year. The officers of DPMA are as follows: Fton O'Rourke, presi- dentg Michael Dozier, vice- presidentg Renee Henson, sec- retary: and Stan Tillman, treasurer. Organizations 757

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