Alpha Gamma Chapter meets


Alpha Gamma Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma Society International, a professional organization for women educators, met on November 15, 2016 with president, Wynona Clayborne, presiding. An inspirational thought was given by Julie Collins in reference to the recent presidential election.

President Clayborne introduced Susan Stevens, a Macon County elementary guidance counselor, who spoke to the group on “Benefits and Uses of Essential Oils” with assistance from guest Kellye Case, a fifth grade teacher at LES. They referenced and presented interesting information regarding how certain oil combinations such as peppermint, lavender, lemon, thieves, frankincense and others, may be utilized to successfully address certain conditions such as allergies, snoring, stress, pain, and cleansing and air purification in the home. They emphasized the value of various and numerous essential oils for the enjoyment and comfort of daily living.

A general business session followed. Several business items were mentioned and discussed. Carolyn Winn reported on the current annual Pecan Sale. Dale Reid spoke about the “Imagination Library” begun by Dolly Parton, which has long been supported by Alpha Gamma. Donna McCrory led discussion of plans for Alpha Gamma’s upcoming annual Daddy Daughter Dance that is held in February. Other pertinent business was discussed.

Delicious refreshments were served by Red Boiling Springs Group #2 hostesses Georgia Ann Boles, Nicole Blankenship, Regena Copas, Tammy Marlow, Melanie Tuck, and Sandra Smith. Members present were Wynona Clayborne, Julie Carter, Audrey Howser, Amanda Groesbeck, Sharon Fisher, Regena Copas, Julie Collins, Dale Reid, Dawn Thompson, Margaret Cook, Mel Perdue, Nancy Greer, Nicole Blankenship, Linda McCrary, Teresa Gregory, Vicki Pagan, Georgia Ann Boles, Carolyn Winn, Jayne Watson, Donna McCrory, Cynthia Hudson, and Melody Tuck.



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