PTK Voter Registration Drive Winners Told

Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) at Eastern Oklahoma State College – McCurtain County Campus hosted voter registration on September 15th – 30th. There was a great turn out with 62 people registering to vote. Every person that registered was entered into a drawing for door prizes.


Michael Cobb was the grand prize winner in PTK Voter Registration Drive at McCurtain County Campus.

The grand prize was a NOOK, won by student, Michael Cobb, and the second place winner, Samuel White received $50.00 cash. The following students won Eastern t-shirts: Jaelea Chance, Heather Perry, Chelsea Donaldson, Cherie McClellan, and Melissa Wilson. Eastern also gave away gift bags. The following winners of the gift bags were Dr. Charlie Clark, Samantha Wolf, Dana Harjo, Courtney Stowe, Cody Allen, and Callie Bryant.

Phi Theta Kappa student leader, Sherry Holeman and EOSC-MCC Secretary, Donna DeLozier organized the event.   Thank you to the Eastern Oklahoma State College-McCurtain County Campus Student Ambassadors, Akasha Glover, Barbara Bagsby, Regina Hill, Chanelle Gulley, Tammy Bagsby, as well as PTK students, Catherine Hyatt, and Leslie Cammarn for volunteering their time to help with voter registration.

Special thanks to the SE-MCC Dean, Dr. Bruce King and EOSC advisor, Preston Wheeler for allowing us to host this event at the MCC Campus. This event would not have been successful without administrative support and volunteers.

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Methodist Churches Create Sandwich Tuesday for Students

Students enjoy Sandwich Tuesday courtesy of County Methodist Churches.

Students enjoy Sandwich Tuesday courtesy of County Methodist Churches.

McCurtain County’s United Methodist Churches have come together and created a “Sandwich Tuesday” for our students in the student lobby from 4:30 -6:00 p.m. Students can come in before or after class, or perhaps during a break to have a sandwich, some chips, and perhaps a cookie or two for their supper.

Various United Methodist churches in the county are taking turns providing these snacks. The United Methodist Church has a set of Social Principles that speak to human issues in the contemporary world where they believe they have a responsibility to promote community in ways that will encourage development of the fullest potential in individuals. Because they believe that every person has the right to education and that the responsibility for education rests not only with the family and government but also with the faith communities, they thought this local mission would exemplify encouragement of our non-traditional campus students’ potential.

Most students at McCurtain County Branch Campus take classes and work so meals are often from fast food services or snack machines. These churches want to bring a little bit of community to the students.

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