Phi Theta Kappa completes spring service project at Pathfinder Preschool
UA-PTC's Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) students completed their spring service project by bringing and planting vegetables in the preschool's learning garden in Jacksonville, Arkansas.
PTK alumna Delani Crutti brought vegetables that she started in her green house, including sugar snap peas, broccoli, squash, and pole peas. Other PTK members and advisors brought strawberries, blueberries, and cucumbers to plant. The Pathfinder preschool director and staff were on hand to assist with planting.
"This was our second year to give back to the preschool, and everyone had such a wonderful morning. As students were leaving the event, many remarked that they were ready to go purchase plants to create their own small gardens at home," said Jessica Wise, Phi Theta Kappa advisor and Instructor of English.
Phi Theta Kappa is an international honor society that promotes academic excellence. Members are eligible to compete for scholarships, to participate in regional, national, and international meetings and institutes, and to attend workshops on leadership and scholarships. Additional information about Phi Theta Kappa is available by visiting www.uaptc.edu/ptk.
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