Area women educators attend DKG workshop
Sep 05, 2010 | 1120 views | 1 1 comments | 6 6 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Four members of Gamma Omicron Chapter of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society International joined with 160 other women educators to attend an Area 4 DKG Workshop in Lake Jackson on Saturday, Aug. 28.

“Celebrate Being a DKG Woman” was the theme of the day. Betty Thornton of Beeville, Susie Kotara of Karnes City and Jan Anderson of Kenedy attended workshop sessions on leadership, programs, communications, membership and achievement awards, while Gretchen Dupnik of Kenedy was the presenter at a session on chapter ceremonies.

The keynote speaker at the afternoon general session was Andi Kirby of Texarkana. Mrs. Kirby, representing the state organization, challenged the women to “Advance the Society: Believe, Engage, Learn, Lead.” The women in attendance also were treated to musical entertainment provided by Dylan Hawkins and Julie Contreras, students at Brazosport High School.

The Delta Kappa Gamma Society is a professional honor society of top women educators from around the world promoting excellence in education. Established in 1929, DKG provides members with valuable professional and personal growth opportunities, including leadership development.
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September 06, 2010
the only people on earth that consider this group

"top women educators" is this group of DKG. No one else on earth considers them "top women educators".

anyone can join