Feb 21 2014

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Delta Kappa Gamma doing global good


Delta Kappa Gamma Members attending the February meeting: front row (l-r) – Alicia Hipke, Jo Huckaby, Phyllis Good, Kappa Mu President Susan Duncan, Becky
Alexander, Carol Schmidt; back row – DKG Area 17 Coordinator Charlotte Nyman, Shalonda Adams, Deanna Turner, Willa Dean Hinton, Miriam Lancaster, Meredith
Clay, Tandy Deason, Teri Bass, Evalonia Bolton, Amanda Langford, Pat Adams, and Linda Semlear.


The Kappa Mu Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Society International met on February 8 for a regular monthly meeting and luncheon at the Roseville Bed & Breakfast in Marshall. Kappa Mu president Susan Duncan conducted the business meeting and area 17 coordinator Charlotte Nyman of Texarkana spoke about the DKG/UNICEF project that has helped millions of children in 11 of Africa’s neediest countries. The “Schools for Africa” UNICEF project encourages funding to create new schools and rehabilitate others in providing quality education. The next Kappa Mu meeting will be Monday, March 24, at Pine Tree Junior High. Delta Kappa Gamma is a professional honor society for women educators with more than 100,000 members worldwide. The organization’s mission is to promote professional and personal growth of women educators and excellence in education. Women educators interested in DKG membership information are invited to call Jan Riley at 903-297-6162.

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