Phi Alpha Theta: Alpha-Nu-Zeta Chapter 2010-2011 Scrapbook
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Phi Alpha Theta: Alpha-Nu-Zeta Chapter 2010-2011 Scrapbook Presentation Transcript

  • 1. University of Arkansas at Monticello
  • 2. President Meghan Pope Vice-President Sam Maddox Secretary/Treasurer Brandon Hawkins
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    • In October, we visited Arkansas Post, the first successful European settlement in the Lower Mississippi River Valley.
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  • 6. Quinton Morgan James Hall Trae Wisecarver Paula Trotter
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    • In November, we volunteered to help the PAAC (Preservation of African-American Cemeteries) program. This project took place at Campground Cemetery just outside of Monticello, Arkansas.
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    • … we had a relaxing evening at the home of our faculty co-advisor, Dr. Young.
  • 10. President Sam Maddox Vice-President Rebekah Vaught Historian James Hall Secretary Trae Wisecarver Treasurer Paula Trotter
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  • 12. Pictured back row from left are: Christopher Carr, Jasmine Bolen, Franz Holthoff, and Jason Higgins. Front row from left are: Alexis Pacheco, Paul Cashion, and Kathleen Rankin.
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  • 15. Paula Trotter presenting her paper on Orphan Trains. Christopher Carr presenting his paper on the Sunnyside Plantation.
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    • In April, we continued our support of the PAAC program by helping out at Oakland Cemetery in Monticello, Arkansas.
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  • 19. Meghan Pope and Sam Maddox were recognized as the History department’s Outstanding Graduates, while Trae Wisecarver was awarded the G. William and Verna Hobson Cahoon Scholarship.
  • 20. These awesome Phi Alpha Theta: Alpha-Nu-Zeta Chapter t-shirts were designed and purchased by our members to commemorate our great 2010-2011 school year.
  • 21. Phi Alpha Theta: Alpha-Nu-Zeta Chapter In The News
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  • 23. In October, Paula Trotter attended a rededication ceremony to celebrate the preservation and restoration of the Rosenwood School in Selma, Arkansas, built in 1924 for Selma’s African American community.
  • 24. In May, Phi Alpha Theta members gave a presentation to the Rotary Club of Monticello about our experiences and what Phi Alpha Theta means to us.
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  • 28. Phi Alpha Theta members reflect on the great year we’ve had.
  • 29. Special thanks to our wonderful faculty advisors, Dr. Day and Dr. Young.
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