ELIZABETHTOWN — Delta Kappa Gamma Honor Society for Women Educators in Bladen County met in the Elizabethtown Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall in February. President Jeanne Kirby called the meeting to order and had the invocation. Trish Inscoe was caterer for the meal.
Program Chairman Janet Huggins called upon Cheryl Walters, past president of the society, to install the following officers for the next biennium: Missy White, president; Doll Priest, first vice-president; Katherine Inscoe Taylor, second vice-president; Noel Dennis, recoding secretary; Mary Hill, corresponding secretary; Vicki McLaughlin, treasurer; and Ann Elks, parliamentarian.
Noel Dennis entertained with a beautiful solo.
Laurie Smith read the minutes of the November meeting, and treasurer Vicki McLaughlin distributed the treasurer’s report. Scholarship chairman Connie Kinlaw reported that the Gladys Pittman Scholarships will be awarded to Cameron West of East Bladen High School and to Samantha Gooden of West Bladen High School.
Kirby thanked the hostesses Rosalee Russ and Dennis and recognized several members including Pam Tatum who has a new position as Bladen County curriculum specialist. The half-and-half drawing was own by Hill and door prizes were won Glenda Ward, Susan Cheshire, and Taylor.
In addition to those already mentioned, those attending were Peggy Allen, Sharon Anderson, Robah Britt, Micki Davis, Lisa DeVane, Deborah Guyton, Megan Kirby, Gloria McSwain, Carla Priest, Bonnell Walker, and Denise White.