Congratulations to Sally Becker, Beta Kappa, on being selected to appear in the Spring Publication of the online gallery of the DKG Arts & Humanities Gallery of Fine Arts. Her artworks "Farm Pump" and "Memory Bank Barn" can be seen until May. Sally, we are very proud of this recognition of your talent.
What a beautiful day! What a beautiful visit with Iota, Beta Epsilon, and Beta Xi! I was honored to install the incoming officers for these chapters! It is evident that these women are Engaged, Equipped and Empowered to do the work of the Society I wish the new officers the very best as they look to their new biennium. Members of Iota, Beta Epsilon, and Beta Xi, thank you for allowing me to share the day with you.
Hello Alpha Alpha State! Educational Legislation chairman Regina Campbell was joined by Past State Presidents Louann Shrader and Polly Delaney at the National Legislative Seminar in Washington DC. Information was shared on STEM, Human Trafficking, the National Women's History Museum, Pay Equity, and more. If you would like to know more, feel free to contact one of them!
Once again, my travels have caused be to be late on a chapter birthday wish! Alpha Iota was formed in 1955 on March 19th.
Happy Belated Birthday to Alpha Iota sisters!!
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Yesterday DKG members at the National Legislative Seminar ready to advocate on behalf of desirable legislation. Photo taken in front of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C.
Alpha Alpha State Scholarship Committee met yesterday at the home of chairman, Lois Brown to decide on the recipients of grants and scholarships for this year. There were many applicants, good discussion, and sound decision-making. Thank you to Lois, and her committee of: Sandi Klingensmith,Linda Konczal-Evans, Marjorie Paradise, Gloria Werner, and Sharon Herzog.
Alpha Zeta is Pi Chapter's daughter and Beta Rho's mother chapter. Past State President and Beta Rho member, Becky Place and Pi Chapter guests, Grace Schauer, Sue Ransom, Greta Marie Taft, and I were honored to join President Naomi Edsell and the wonderful members of Alpha Zeta as they celebrated their past 60 years.
They have a long history of promoting the Society through their projects, programs, and philanthropic activities. That legacy lives on in the women I met today. Congratulations to Alpha Zeta on this benchmark along your Delta Kappa Gamma journey. I know your efforts will continue to benefit your schools, your communities, and the Society.
It was evident that these ladies know how to throw a party! Thanks for sharing the moment with us.
"The Art of Possibility: Transforming Professional and Personal Life" was the theme for our PA State Organization's first combined incoming presidents' training and professional development conference at State College, PA - Feb. 28 - Mar. 1!
It was so exciting to be part of this experience with sisters from across the state, learning to lead from any chair and finding their place in the orchestra! The impact of this weekend will affect our chapters, our state, and our Society!
Thank you to the Leadership Development Committee for putting together all of the pieces of this outstanding event.
Kay Stuart is the current president of Alpha Alpha State. She is a member of Pi chapter. She lives in Knoxville, PA.