Keo-Kio Accepts 10 New Members During 2017 Fall Induction Ceremony

Wednesday, November 8, 2017
Keo-Kio, McCallie’s preeminent senior leadership organization, welcomed 10 new members from the Class of 2018 to join the group in a Chapel ceremony
Keo-Kio, McCallie’s preeminent senior leadership organization, welcomed 10 new members from the Class of 2018 to join the group in a Chapel ceremony

Keo-Kio, McCallie’s preeminent senior leadership organization, welcomed 10 new members from the Class of 2018 to join the group in a Chapel ceremony. 

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

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

The 10 new inductees are: 

Ryan Crump, Lexington, Kentucky
Jamie Hickling, Knoxville, Tennessee
Mac Hunt, Chattanooga, Tennessee
Sawyer Lyons, Chattanooga, Tennessee
Josh Martin, Soddy-Daisy, Tennessee
Hakim McMorris, Santa Ana, California
Sultan Humayun Minhas, Tunnel Hill, Georgia
Bruce Renner, Chattanooga, Tennessee
Walker Robinson, Lookout Mountain, Georgia
Adams Robinson, Chattanooga, Tennessee



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