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Allen PTK Alums Shine at Washburn

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Allen PTK Alums Shine at Washburn

Michaela Trobough, a 2016 graduate of Allen and PTK alum, lights a candle in a spring induction ceremony for the honor society at Washburn University. Trobough was recognized as a top student-athlete at the Topeka university.

Michaela Trobough, a 2016 graduate of Allen and PTK alum, lights a candle in a spring induction ceremony for the honor society at Washburn University. Trobough was recognized as a top student-athlete at the Topeka university.

Michaela Trobough, a 2016 graduate of Allen and PTK alum, lights a candle in a spring induction ceremony for the honor society at Washburn University. Trobough was recognized as a top student-athlete at the Topeka university.

Michaela Trobough, a 2016 graduate of Allen and PTK alum, lights a candle in a spring induction ceremony for the honor society at Washburn University. Trobough was recognized as a top student-athlete at the Topeka university.

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TOPEKA – Two alumnae of Allen Community College were recognized last spring at Washburn University for achievements through Phi Theta Kappa, a national honor society.

Michaela Trobough, 2016 graduate from the Iola Campus and a two-year member of the Red Devil cheer team and Firestarters dance squad, was recognized by PTK Alumni of Washburn University with the Kemp Scholar Athlete Award, presented to a PTKAW member who demonstrates dedication to academic and athletic excellence as a Washburn student-athlete.

Ebony White, left, presents a PTK scholarship named for her to Kyann Eslick, who is Washburn PTK’s president this year.

Trobough won back-to-back national championships with the Washburn University Dancing Blues after transferring from Allen. The award is named after twins Taylor and Sierra Kemp, alumni of Labette Community College who were two of the original members of PTKAW while they competed on the Washburn softball team.

Ebony White, a 2015 graduate from Allen’s Burlingame Campus, is the namesake of a PTKAW scholarship, which also was announced April 28 at the PTKAW induction ceremony at Washburn. The scholarship, awarded last year to Kyann Eslick, president-elect of PTKAW and an alumna of Hutchinson Community College, is endowed by Rosemary Helms, longtime volunteer partner of PTKAW.

White transferred to Washburn from Allen in 2015 and completed her bachelor of business administration degree in management and international business in 2017. She served as a PTKAW officer her senior year.

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