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Page 172 text:
Delta Mu Delta is an hon-
orary organization. lt recog-
nizes those students who have
excelled in the Department of
Business. Requirements for
membership in Delta Mu Delta
are having a G.P.A. ot 3.2 or
higher, completing 64 hours of
study and having a major in
some area of business.
Alpha Chi is an honorary
organization which promotes
academic excellence and ex-
emplary character and honors
those who have achieved such
distinction. ln addition to the
sale of the Alpha Chi directo-
ries, the members attended an
Alpha Chi convention in Atlan-
ta. The organization made a
95300 donation to the student
center and also made a dona-
tion of books to the Loden-
Daniel Library. They also pre-
sented a cash award to Susan
Poteet, winner of the Faculty
Serving as officers were
John Hill, president: Susan Po-
teet, vice-president: Debbie
Johns, secretary, and Susan
Tatum, treasurer. Sponsors
are Allen Walker and Carol
Delta Mu Delta - Row 7: Ruth Kennedy, Cheryl Evans, Penny Nickles, Debbie Johns, Jessica Garrett, Row 2:
Kathy Dye, Karen White, Karen Coleman, Michael Diddock, Melissa Gotti Lee Hibbett, Tim Miller,' Row 3: Sherry
Ricketson, Anita McCandless, Michelle Lyons, Carolyn Cavef Row 5: Richard Dobbins, John Law, Eve Strange,
Steve Sentell, Dwayne Wilson.
Alpha Chi- Pow 1: Susan Tatum, Susan Poteet, Debbie Johns, Susan Skelton, Mike Dozier, Lisa Gibbons, Greg Martin, Row 2: Carolyn Cave, Cheryl Evans,
Candice Snyder, Adrienne Sanders, Dawn Garrett, Janice Beckham, Melissa Gott Flow 3: Roy Neal Grissom, Hodon Yates, Victor Spencer, Kenneth
Chadvvell, Bethany Barnes, John McLaughlin,' Row 4: Sherry Fiicketson, Shelly Latham, Gloria Postlethwait, Dawn Sutton, James Meadows, Flow 5: Allen
Walker, Carol Hayes, Patsy Webb, Andy McClish, Pete Baker. Photo by Holland Studios.
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Qbove: The Sonshine Singers perform during Homecoming in the Old Chapel Hall. Photo by Holland Studios. Below:
lomecoming visitors enjoy contempory gospel music from the Ambassadors. Photo by Holland Studios.
Aw' yss U,
Kay Kay Kennedy performs with the
Pipers in the Homecoming parade.
Deliverance member Marvin Gilliam
is caught drinking milk.
The Chorus performs for the student
body in chapel, Photo by Amy
Page 173 text:
4lpha Psi Omega - Seated: Tracy Johns, Debbie Johns, Susan Poteet, Keli McDanieL' Standing: David Jennen,
lffike Dozier, John Hill, Winston Harless, Jeff Lewis. Photo by John Bentley.
Alpha Psi Omega is an
honorary fraternity for people
involved in theatrical activities.
The members promote theatri-
cal interest and involvement at
F-HC. Each year members
have an awards ceremony
called "Spotlight," In addition
to the various acting awards
there is a special scholarship
to attend a play festival in
Stratford, Canada. Kell Lee
McDaniel was the recipient
this year. Members also orga-
nize and perform several one
act plays that are presented at
the end of the school year.
For the past three years the
F-HC chapter has been recog-
nized in the fraternity's nation-
al magazine, Playbill. This is
an achievement that says
much for our theatre
lonors Association - Row 7: Mark Miller, Adrienne Sanders, David Oliver, Susan Skelton, Mike Dozier, Tracy Johns, Connie Cochran, Jenny Segars,
dissy Housel, Tammy Stidham, Carmen Huddleston, Karen Coleman, Janet Howell, Shirley Eldridge, Carol Webb, Kimberly Johnson, Shelly Latham,
lmy Watrous, Jesse Robertson, Debbie Johns, Susan Poteetg Row 2: Hodon Yates, Bob Bloomingburg, Clay Hobbs, Brian Whitfield, Rebecca
iimons, Kelly Johns, Kelye Olsen, Sheri Veregge, Ruth Kennedy, Judy England, Tag Smith, Stephen Norfleet, Annette Strunk, Heather Stewart, Barry
fortner: Row 3: Martin Chaney, Tim Webb, Mike Johnson, Belinda Washington, Missy Miskelly, Chris Cravens, Neita Barnes, John Estes, Sandy Allen,
'ammy Shadwick, Candis Meador, Rebecca Nash, Gail Latham, Renee Henson, Tina Permenter, Mary Cline, John McLaughlin, Kelly Cain, Kim
.angfordq Row 4: Steve Johnson, Scott Miskelly, Greg Pollock, Kim Hale, Penny Nickles, Carol Cantrell Brad Miller, Royce Webb, Stan Tillman, Mary
Kelley, Beth Johnson, Jana Middleton. Photo by Holland Studios.
The purpose ofthe Honors
Association is to allow honor
students the opportunity to
participate in social and cul-
turally enriching activities.
Members have been to Nash-
ville to see a production of
Hamletand to Memphis to see
the Rodin Art Exhibit. Mem-
bers also travelled to Dallas
and to Louisiana for confer-
ences. The association was
proud of Matt Vega who par-
ticipated in an honors semes-
ter in New York.
The association is led by the
Honors Council. Members of
the council are Susan Poteet,
chairmang Steve Holladay,
vice chairmang Amy Watrous,
Johns, senior representative:
Brian Whitfield, junior repre-
sentativeg Martin Chaney,
Mike Johnson, freshman rep-
resentative: and Matt Vega,
representative to the Tennes-
see Honors Council.
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