Local students inducted into college honor society

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The following local residents recently were initiated into The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi, the nation’s oldest and most selective collegiate honor society for all academic disciplines.

Joe Crain of Newnan initiated at Berry College.

Aliyah Anglin of Fairburn initiated at Columbus State University.

Amy Melton of Fayetteville initiated at Columbus State University.

Ashley Lott of Fayetteville initiated at Columbus State University.

Telea Davis of Newnan initiated at Columbus State University.

Carly Grayson of Fayetteville initiated at Georgia College & State University.

Erin Crisp of Newnan initiated at Georgia College & State University.

Meghann Gibson of Peachtree City initiated at Georgia College & State University.

Connard Williams of Newnan initiated at Georgia Southern University.

Azell Francis of Peachtree City initiated at Georgia Southern University.

Karl Davis of Newnan initiated at Kennesaw State University.

Kyle Ulversoy of Peachtree City initiated at Mercer University.

Conner Burk of Peachtree City initiated at Mercer University.

Sekinat Mumuney of Fayetteville initiated at Mercer University.

Luis Espinosa of Fayetteville initiated at Mercer University.

Darcy Callaway of Newnan initiated at Mercer University.

Kriston England of Newnan initiated at Mercer University.

Margaret McMichael of Newnan initiated at Mercer University.

Robert Eifert of Peachtree City initiated at Mississippi State University.

Annie Walker of Fayetteville initiated at Samford University.

Maxwell Mattox of Fayetteville initiated at The University of Mississippi.

These residents are among approximately 32,000 students, faculty, professional staff and alumni to be initiated into Phi Kappa Phi each year. Membership is by invitation and requires nomination and approval by a chapter.