Students earn spots with MOC Student Government
By News-Argus Staff
Published in News on October 11, 2005 1:46 PM
MOUNT OLIVE -- Several area residents are serving on the Student Government Association at Mount Olive College this year.
Ashley Aanenson, a junior, has begun her third year as student council member, serving as junior class vice president.
The daughter of Nancy Thomas of Goldsboro, she is a graduate of Southern Wayne High School and Woodside High School.
Sarah Finch of Goldsboro has begun her second year on the council and is commuter club president.
A sophomore art major, she is a graduate of Maplewood Training Center and the daughter of Derek and Anne Finch.
In their first year on the council are Brandi Holloman and Rebecca Outlaw, both of Mount Olive.
Miss Holloman, a junior accounting major, will serve as campus activity board chairperson.
She is a graduate of Southern Wayne High School and the daughter of Brad and April Reeves.
Miss Outlaw will serve as a residence life representative.
A junior psychology and criminal justice major, she graduated from North Duplin High School. She is the daughter of Rex and Lynn Outlaw.
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