Delta Kappa Gamma Society International installs officers


Prior to the installation ceremony, Anne Quinn (left), DKG’s incoming president, meets with the local chapter’s outgoing president, Diana Kirkpatrick. Old and new officers each received a long-stemmed rose in appreciation for their service past and to come.


The Delta Kappa Gamma Society International, a worldwide by-invitation-only honorary for women educators that was founded in 1929, recently installed new officers for the Washington C.H./Fayette County chapter. The Fayette County chapter, known by the Greek letters Alpha Delta, is Ohio’s single largest chapter, with over 125 members. Leading the local DKG chapter for the two years from mid-2016 to mid-2018 will be (from left) Recording Secretary Dr. Pam Anderson, Second Vice-President Cathy White, Parliamentarian Lauran Perrill, President Anne Quinn, First Vice-President Carol Waddle, Corresponding Secretary Robin Hart, Treasurer Pam Feick, and Immediate Past President Diana Kirkpatrick. Not shown in the photo is Historian Donna Kelley.


Prior to the installation ceremony, Anne Quinn (left), DKG’s incoming president, meets with the local chapter’s outgoing president, Diana Kirkpatrick. Old and new officers each received a long-stemmed rose in appreciation for their service past and to come.

The Delta Kappa Gamma Society International, a worldwide by-invitation-only honorary for women educators that was founded in 1929, recently installed new officers for the Washington C.H./Fayette County chapter. The Fayette County chapter, known by the Greek letters Alpha Delta, is Ohio’s single largest chapter, with over 125 members. Leading the local DKG chapter for the two years from mid-2016 to mid-2018 will be (from left) Recording Secretary Dr. Pam Anderson, Second Vice-President Cathy White, Parliamentarian Lauran Perrill, President Anne Quinn, First Vice-President Carol Waddle, Corresponding Secretary Robin Hart, Treasurer Pam Feick, and Immediate Past President Diana Kirkpatrick. Not shown in the photo is Historian Donna Kelley.

Prior to the installation ceremony, Anne Quinn (left), DKG’s incoming president, meets with the local chapter’s outgoing president, Diana Kirkpatrick. Old and new officers each received a long-stemmed rose in appreciation for their service past and to come.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_20160517_175011.jpgPrior to the installation ceremony, Anne Quinn (left), DKG’s incoming president, meets with the local chapter’s outgoing president, Diana Kirkpatrick. Old and new officers each received a long-stemmed rose in appreciation for their service past and to come.

The Delta Kappa Gamma Society International, a worldwide by-invitation-only honorary for women educators that was founded in 1929, recently installed new officers for the Washington C.H./Fayette County chapter. The Fayette County chapter, known by the Greek letters Alpha Delta, is Ohio’s single largest chapter, with over 125 members. Leading the local DKG chapter for the two years from mid-2016 to mid-2018 will be (from left) Recording Secretary Dr. Pam Anderson, Second Vice-President Cathy White, Parliamentarian Lauran Perrill, President Anne Quinn, First Vice-President Carol Waddle, Corresponding Secretary Robin Hart, Treasurer Pam Feick, and Immediate Past President Diana Kirkpatrick. Not shown in the photo is Historian Donna Kelley.
http://recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/web1_20160517_194117.jpgThe Delta Kappa Gamma Society International, a worldwide by-invitation-only honorary for women educators that was founded in 1929, recently installed new officers for the Washington C.H./Fayette County chapter. The Fayette County chapter, known by the Greek letters Alpha Delta, is Ohio’s single largest chapter, with over 125 members. Leading the local DKG chapter for the two years from mid-2016 to mid-2018 will be (from left) Recording Secretary Dr. Pam Anderson, Second Vice-President Cathy White, Parliamentarian Lauran Perrill, President Anne Quinn, First Vice-President Carol Waddle, Corresponding Secretary Robin Hart, Treasurer Pam Feick, and Immediate Past President Diana Kirkpatrick. Not shown in the photo is Historian Donna Kelley.
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