Campbell pharmacy student organizations recognized for service to North Carolina

BUIES CREEK, North Carolina – Two student organizations affiliated with Campbell University’s College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences received recognition on Friday, October 16, for their service and dedication to the state of North Carolina.

The Pre-Pharmacy Club, advised by Brenda Blackman, and Phi Delta Chi Pharmacy Fraternity, advised by Bob Cisneros, PhD, were recognized alongside eight other Harnett County organizations at a small ceremony on Campbell University’s main campus in Buies Creek.

Paige White and Worthy Prelate represented the Beta Kappa chapter of Phi Delta Chi as it received recognition for 15 years of continuous service to the Adopt-A-Highway program. LaMonica Daniel, a junior at Campbell  represented the Pre-Pharmacy Club as it received recognition for 10 years of continuous service to the program.

In a letter of recognition, Mike Causey, Adopt-A-Highway Program Coordinator, said: “Adopt-a-Highway volunteers save tax payers more than $6 million annually in roadside cleanup costs! This success would not be possible without the hard work and dedication of volunteers like you. On behalf of Governor McCrory and Secreatary Tennyson, thank you for your dedication to keeping North Carolina roadsides clean and beautiful.”

The ceremony was hosted by the Office of the Governor.