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By Mackenzie Brown
CCC Journalism Program

BLACKWOOD – Camden County College’s Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society held a bake sale as a fundraising opportunity Dec. 2 in the Connector Building on the college’s Blackwood campus. The money raised at the bake sale goes into the society’s budget for regional meetings.

Phi Theta Kappa member Stephanie Angeline makes a sale at the fundraiser. By Mackenzie Brown, CCC Journalism Program

Phi Theta Kappa member Stephanie Angeline makes a sale at the fundraiser. By Mackenzie Brown, CCC Journalism Program

Stephanie Angeline, a pre-nursing major, is a first-year member of Phi Theta Kappa who helped bake for the sale. “I wanted to join Phi Theta Kappa because of the many scholarship opportunities as well as the service projects we get to be a part of,” said Angeline.

To prepare for the bake sale, Angeline and three other members of the honor society – Victoria Koch, Heidi Suydam and Michelle Wasner – baked and prepared treats to sell. Chocolate cupcakes, pretzel rods dipped in chocolate, brownies and an assortment of chocolate chip, double chocolate and sugar cookies were among the edibles sold for $1 each.

The bake sale was held from 11 a.m. 2 p.m. on the second floor of the Connector Building and sales moved quickly.

Phi Theta Kappa focuses on academics and college and community service.

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