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Twenty area adult students inducted into honor society

(Bethlehem, Pennsylvania) - Twenty students in the Continuing and Graduate Studies division of Moravian College were inducted into Delta Omicron chapter, Alpha Sigma Lambda, the honor society for adult continuing higher education students on Sunday, April 21.

Alpha Sigma Lambda officers Denise Stangl (Bethlehem), Lori Lawler (Bethlehem), and Gracinda Glick (Bethlehem) conducted the ceremony. They were assisted by assistant dean Karen S. Britt, advisor Bonnie DeMicco, and dean Linda Heindel. New officers Patricia Giordani (Bethlehem) and Gail Kuypers (Nazareth) were introduced. Chapter scholarships were presented to: Valerie Applegate (Bethlehem), Colleen Weiss (Easton), Patricia Wilson (Center Valley), and Elizabeth Portner (Allentown).

The program included an address from Dr. Joseph Shosh, assistant professor of education, who spoke about Moravian rich history and traditions. Evelyn Stewart, soprano, was accompanied by organist Gary Stokes in a program of music honoring the students.

Inducted into the society were: Valerie Applegate (Bethlehem), Patricia Cunningham (Bethlehem), Chris Derhammer (Bethlehem), Stacey Haas (Bethlehem), Carolyn Lenig (Bethlehem), Andrea Lorenzo (Bethlehem), Marisa Miller (Bethlehem), Brenda Somers (Bethlehem), Frank Wendt (Bethlehem), Christopher Heyer (Easton), Mary Saville (Easton), Lisa Tejeda (Easton), Colleen Weiss (Easton), Walter Meekins II (Allentown), Linda Kressly (Whitehall), Joel Messick (Mt. Carmel), Janice Smith (Saylorsburg), Francisco Rodriguez (Palmer), Michael Harrington (Chester, NJ), and Allison Pollison (Sparta, NJ).