Alpha Iota DKG honors longtime members, hosts Founders’ Day program
The May meeting of the Alpha Iota Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Teacher’s Honorary was held at The Salem Golf Club. Sandy Forbes offered an inspirational reading and the devotions. President Pam Todd conducted the business meeting with Linda Lipp and Sharon Walker providing the minutes and treasurer’s reports, respectively.
Stacey Weber, who teaches in Canfield, was welcomed as a guest of member Jane Ramsey.
Clothing and suitcases were collected for the Foster Care program, a division of Job and Family Services. The “Coins for Kids” collection totaled over $400.
It was announced that beginning in 2022 the scholarship program will offer applications to both male and female high school students pursuing a degree in education or in nursing.
Thirty-year membership pins were presented. Those Alpha Iota members with perfect attendance for 2020-2021 were also recognized.
A necrology service was conducted by Loretta Davidson in honor of the late Lee Marra.
The Founders’ Day program was then presented by Lois Chandler, Linda Lipp and Gayle Noel.
The next DKG meeting will be held on Thursday, July 8th at the summer home of Pam Todd on Berlin Lake.