‘Book Chicks’ gather for 13th anniversary


The ”Book Chicks,” a book club dating back to October 2003 and thus the first of several book clubs made up of local members of the female teachers honorary Delta Kappa Gamma, gathered for its 13th-anniversary October meeting in the New Holland Community Library. The library had been the brainstorm more than five years ago of Ginger Shipley and Book Chicks member Peggy Lester, and continues to serve patrons on Thursday and Saturday early-afternoons in the former New Holland Elementary School. Showing their love of books are (from left) Alma Litten, Patty Ondrus, Cindy Sagar, Peggy Lester, Norma Kirby, Sandy Sowash, Vicki Lynch, Jean Ann Davis and Debbie Roby.


Cindy Sagar, a member of the DKG book club Book Chicks, is engrossed in a colorful children’s book available at the New Holland Community Library. Sagar, now retired after a 35-year career as an educator, taught kindergarten, first grade, and the gifted prior to moving on to Wilmington College.


The ”Book Chicks,” a book club dating back to October 2003 and thus the first of several book clubs made up of local members of the female teachers honorary Delta Kappa Gamma, gathered for its 13th-anniversary October meeting in the New Holland Community Library. The library had been the brainstorm more than five years ago of Ginger Shipley and Book Chicks member Peggy Lester, and continues to serve patrons on Thursday and Saturday early-afternoons in the former New Holland Elementary School. Showing their love of books are (from left) Alma Litten, Patty Ondrus, Cindy Sagar, Peggy Lester, Norma Kirby, Sandy Sowash, Vicki Lynch, Jean Ann Davis and Debbie Roby.

Cindy Sagar, a member of the DKG book club Book Chicks, is engrossed in a colorful children’s book available at the New Holland Community Library. Sagar, now retired after a 35-year career as an educator, taught kindergarten, first grade, and the gifted prior to moving on to Wilmington College.

The ”Book Chicks,” a book club dating back to October 2003 and thus the first of several book clubs made up of local members of the female teachers honorary Delta Kappa Gamma, gathered for its 13th-anniversary October meeting in the New Holland Community Library. The library had been the brainstorm more than five years ago of Ginger Shipley and Book Chicks member Peggy Lester, and continues to serve patrons on Thursday and Saturday early-afternoons in the former New Holland Elementary School. Showing their love of books are (from left) Alma Litten, Patty Ondrus, Cindy Sagar, Peggy Lester, Norma Kirby, Sandy Sowash, Vicki Lynch, Jean Ann Davis and Debbie Roby.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_20161011_191157.jpgThe ”Book Chicks,” a book club dating back to October 2003 and thus the first of several book clubs made up of local members of the female teachers honorary Delta Kappa Gamma, gathered for its 13th-anniversary October meeting in the New Holland Community Library. The library had been the brainstorm more than five years ago of Ginger Shipley and Book Chicks member Peggy Lester, and continues to serve patrons on Thursday and Saturday early-afternoons in the former New Holland Elementary School. Showing their love of books are (from left) Alma Litten, Patty Ondrus, Cindy Sagar, Peggy Lester, Norma Kirby, Sandy Sowash, Vicki Lynch, Jean Ann Davis and Debbie Roby.

Cindy Sagar, a member of the DKG book club Book Chicks, is engrossed in a colorful children’s book available at the New Holland Community Library. Sagar, now retired after a 35-year career as an educator, taught kindergarten, first grade, and the gifted prior to moving on to Wilmington College.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_20161011_191612.jpgCindy Sagar, a member of the DKG book club Book Chicks, is engrossed in a colorful children’s book available at the New Holland Community Library. Sagar, now retired after a 35-year career as an educator, taught kindergarten, first grade, and the gifted prior to moving on to Wilmington College.
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