McCallie’s Keo-Kio Honorary Adds 20 New Members

Tuesday, November 6, 2012
Shown, from left to right, are front row, Shawn Paik, Grant McKown, Sam Devaney, Jack Harris, Evan Loughlin, Alec Josiah, Chris Lee, Peter Kim, Jonathan Lau; back row, Brandon Bout, Harrison Raby, Hunter Brock, Austin Harnsberger, Alex Ramey, Nathan McElwee, Cam Linsley, John Martin Peters, Mike Ray, Zach Anderson, Jack Jones.
Shown, from left to right, are front row, Shawn Paik, Grant McKown, Sam Devaney, Jack Harris, Evan Loughlin, Alec Josiah, Chris Lee, Peter Kim, Jonathan Lau; back row, Brandon Bout, Harrison Raby, Hunter Brock, Austin Harnsberger, Alex Ramey, Nathan McElwee, Cam Linsley, John Martin Peters, Mike Ray, Zach Anderson, Jack Jones.

Keo-Kio, McCallie School’s preeminent senior leadership organization, welcomed its final members from the Class of 2013, inviting 20 seniors to join the group in a chapel ceremony last Friday.

The group honors students for their leadership, service and loyalty to the school and its abiding principles.

One of the school’s oldest societies, Keo-Kio is instrumental in planning annual events such as the winter semiformal dance and Duck Day and supporting new activities. The group also raises funds and distributes them to events and efforts made by other groups and organizations at the school.

The 20 new inductees are:

Zach Anderson, Chattanooga
Brandon Bout, Ooltewah
Hunter Brock, Lookout Mountain, Ga.
Sam Devaney, Lookout Mountain, Tn.
Austin Harnsberger, Chattanooga
Jack Harris, Chattanooga
Jack Jones, Lookout Mountain, Ga.
Alec Josiah, Orlando, Fla.
Peter Kim, Fort Oglethorpe, Ga.
Jonathan Lau, Chattanooga
Chris Lee, Kennesaw, Ga.
Cam Linsley, Roswell, Ga.
Evan Loughlin, Newnan, Ga.
Nathan McElwee, Statesville, N.C.
Grant McKown, Ringgold
Shawn Paik, Chattanooga
John Martin Peters, Durham, N.C.
Harrison Raby, Charlotte, N.C.
Alex Ramey, Lookout Mountain, Ga.
Mike Ray, Cincinnati, Ohio



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