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SUNY Oswego National Honor Society Students Make A Difference at St. Luke

OSWEGO – Members of the Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Honor Society from SUNY Oswego visited residents at St. Luke Health Services as part of ODK’s National Service Day activities.

Members of the SUNY Oswego Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Honor Society paid a visit to residents at St. Luke Health Services.  From left are: honor society members Lauren Saroli, Jillian Keating, Kelly Stacey and Nicole Montana with St. Luke resident Mike James. The students visited with residents, shared in conversation and some laughs while leading a group activity.
Members of the SUNY Oswego Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Honor Society paid a visit to residents at St. Luke Health Services. From left are: honor society members Lauren Saroli, Jillian Keating, Kelly Stacey and Nicole Montana with St. Luke resident Mike James. The students visited with residents, shared in conversation and some laughs while leading a group activity.

National Honor Society members visited with residents, shared in conversation and some laughs, while taking part in a group activity.

“On behalf of our residents who enjoyed their time together, we thank the ODK Honor Society students for taking time to visit us and become involved,” said Nicole Greenier, St. Luke’s volunteer coordinator. “Our involvement with SUNY Oswego is tremendous, and students like the ODK group are an important part of our desire to keep residents connected with our community.”

About ODK:

Omicron Delta Kappa is a 100-year old national leadership honor society that has initiated more than 300,000 members since its founding. The society recognizes not only academic achievement but also campus leadership across the five phases of campus life:
• Scholarship
• Athletics
• Campus or Community Service, Social or Religious Activities, and Campus Government
• Journalism, Speech and the Mass Media
• Creative and Performing Arts

ODK has more than 285 active circles at colleges and universities across the United States.

We remain committed to developing campus leaders who will become tomorrow’s community leaders.