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can.You have to be serving people in order to lead them.” Bailey plays running back on the field, but off the field he has worked to form an organization called The Zone, a bible study group started with student athletes in mind, but that is meant for everyone. “The Zone helps us all to build a relationship with God while strengthening ourselves and working towards our goals,” Bailey said. Sophomore Nursing major Megan Fisher, like Bailey, has found ways to both lead and serve those around her through bible study, service learning trips, and student organizations. Fisher currently serves as the president of Ichthi, a faith-based group that gathers for prayer, study, and speaker presentations, and she is also involved with the sophomore honors

“Leadership is service—it’s all about putting yourself before others and giving others all that you can.” Ron Bailey, Criminal Justice senior

Megan Fisher

society Lambda Sigma; Adelphai, an all-female bible study; and The Ark, a non-denominational fellowship group. During the past summer, Fisher spent a week in Kentucky through a campus ministry service trip where she, along with other students, visited residents in nursing homes, worked at an adult daycare facility, and helped build a house. Fisher strives to lead in her faith and serve her community in all that she does. She said, “I’ve been blessed with so much that it really feels good to give back to people and the community.” She added, “Our trip to Kentucky was filled with hard work, but it was a wonderfully rewarding experience.”

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Annual Report of the President 2005  

Read all about the amazing changes taking place throughout the year at Gannon! The Annual Report of the President is a year-in-review docume...

Annual Report of the President 2005  

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