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Projects for Fall, 2004
Sigma Kappa President, RYAN TITIS goes above and beyond the call of duty in service to the community. Entering the "Miss Thang" contest is a testimony of just how far Ryan will go to raise money for worthy causes! Please join us at 6pm, Sept. 14th at the old Movie theater on Cherry Street for this event. Cast your vote with cash! "Vote" for Ryan at various locations on campus. Photos and money jars are located at the switchboard, in the Lewis library and in the Bonner Center Cafeteria.
Helena Campus prepares ornaments  for the TREE OF HOPE which will provide Christmas gifts (one "want" and one "need") for 59 Phillips county foster children. The tree will be in the lobby of the Administration Building. Faculty/Staff or students may select a child and return the wrapped gifts with the ornament as the identifying label. Pictured are: Kimberly Holmes, Tracy Trahan, Michelle Murray (left) and Martha Fitts (front) and the nose and arm of Lisa Lambert (back).  


PROJECT GRADUATION: "Feed a body, feed a mind" provides non-perishable food items and childrens books to local shelters and pantries for emergency assistance to needy families.  Donations stay in the county from which they are collected (ie...Phillips county recipients are Angels of Grace, Mercy Pregnancy Resource Center,  Battered Women's Shelter)

Photos from former projects:
Phi Theta Kappans can always find an excuse to eat!!! Actually planning and implementing every project will always involve fellowship of some kind.
Cheryl Davis (center) currently the Historian for Sigma Kappa, enjoys fellowship with  Billy Kidder (L) and Travis Eddleman (R) former Sigma Kappa members.
Rape Kits containing clothing for victims is distributed to Helena Regional Medical Center by former chapter President Jamie Snowden. Women surrender clothing to be packaged by the State Police as "evidence" and had nothing to wear home until Sigma Kappans responded to this critical need. Sizes small, medium and large kits are kept in the exam room of the local hospital. Shown in the background is Dr. Jim Wise, ER physician and Phi Theta Kappa promoter!
The Tree of HOPE is always a rewarding service project. As many as eighty foster children have received Christmas gifts as a result of Phi Theta Kappans who are committed to serving Phillips and Arkansas County foster children. The tree is placed in the Administration Building on each campus, and ornaments bearing the childs initials, one "want" and one" need" are selected and provided by faculty and staff members.


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