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PTK Students Host Spectacular Holiday Event For Faculty and Staff

December, 2019
  • PTK Student Alyssa Durham sings at the PTK Faculty and Staff Appreciation event.
    PTK Student Alyssa Durham sings at the PTK Faculty and Staff Appreciation event
  • From left: PTK students Yozue Davila, Chris Baker and Alyssa Durham.
    From left: PTK students Yozue Davila, Chris Baker and Alyssa Durham.
  • Faculty and Staff enjoy PTK's Appreciation event.
    From left front row: Staff members Deborah Fratturelli, Liz Woods and (back row from left) Joan Perry and Bonnie coleman.
  • PTK students host event of thanks for faculty and staff.
    PTK students host event of thanks for faculty and staff.

Fun festivities, food and friendship were on tap at the recent Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Honor Society Faculty and Staff Appreciation event held on December 6. Faculty and staff were treated to a variety of holiday treats, as they were entertained by live musical performances by PTK students Chris Baker, Alyssa Durham, Krystle Bedrick and Yozue Davila. The annual appreciation event is hosted each year by the PTK students who pull out all the stops to thank the college community.

QCC’s PTK Alpha Zeta Theta chapter is an active chapter that was chartered in 1980. PTK students work throughout the year on community service projects that have a positive and lasting impact on QCC and the surrounding communities the College serves. Currently there are 819 active PTK members and 86 active alumni members who work on projects throughout the year. One of the recent and exciting initiatives set for 2020 is a new Live and Learn Greenhouse that will expand the produce being grown in the current greenhouse exponentially.

“We want to thank everyone for their dedication to the success of the students at QCC. The support and encouragement the students have received throughout the year is greatly appreciated,” said PTK Advisor Bonnie Coleman.

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