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Hometown Hernando for Aug. 8

PHSC presents Outstanding Student Leaders awards: During a recent ceremony, Pasco-Hernando State College presented its annual Dr. Felisha R. Barker Outstanding Student Leaders awards. Eleven PHSC students were recognized for leadership qualities. Special guest Joyce Barker joined Katherine Johnson, PHSC president, and Timothy Beard, PHSC vice president of student development and enrollment management, in presenting the awards. Dominic Hughes, vice president of the Student Government Association, and Courtney Benito, two-year student ambassador and member of Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society, both of the East Campus in Dade City, were honored for their display of outstanding leadership. Amanda Hargis and Kayla Sizemore of the North Campus in Brooksville were recognized for exhibiting an ambitious solution-based leadership style. Chris Castendyke of the Porter Campus at Wiregrass Ranch in Wesley Chapel spearheaded the formation of the campus Phi Beta Lambda organization, and Natalia Medina, SGA treasurer, of the Porter Campus, developed student programs at PHSC’s newest campus. Spring Hill Campus students Ana Chambers, SGA vice president, and student volunteer Addie Mentry were honored for their role model qualities and stellar execution of numerous student events. Anthony Joseph Alexander Avila, Harshada Reena Kalidas and Chelsee McLean, all of the West Campus in New Port Richey, were recognized for their display of leadership and school and community volunteering efforts. Standing in back, from left, are: Avila, Hargis, Mentry, Castendyke, Medina and Hughes. In front, from left, are: Johnson, Sizemore, Kalidas, Barker, McLean, Benito and Beard.
PHSC presents Outstanding Student Leaders awards: During a recent ceremony, Pasco-Hernando State College presented its annual Dr. Felisha R. Barker Outstanding Student Leaders awards. Eleven PHSC students were recognized for leadership qualities. Special guest Joyce Barker joined Katherine Johnson, PHSC president, and Timothy Beard, PHSC vice president of student development and enrollment management, in presenting the awards. Dominic Hughes, vice president of the Student Government Association, and Courtney Benito, two-year student ambassador and member of Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society, both of the East Campus in Dade City, were honored for their display of outstanding leadership. Amanda Hargis and Kayla Sizemore of the North Campus in Brooksville were recognized for exhibiting an ambitious solution-based leadership style. Chris Castendyke of the Porter Campus at Wiregrass Ranch in Wesley Chapel spearheaded the formation of the campus Phi Beta Lambda organization, and Natalia Medina, SGA treasurer, of the Porter Campus, developed student programs at PHSC’s newest campus. Spring Hill Campus students Ana Chambers, SGA vice president, and student volunteer Addie Mentry were honored for their role model qualities and stellar execution of numerous student events. Anthony Joseph Alexander Avila, Harshada Reena Kalidas and Chelsee McLean, all of the West Campus in New Port Richey, were recognized for their display of leadership and school and community volunteering efforts. Standing in back, from left, are: Avila, Hargis, Mentry, Castendyke, Medina and Hughes. In front, from left, are: Johnson, Sizemore, Kalidas, Barker, McLean, Benito and Beard.
Published Aug. 6, 2014

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