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Juliette Jefferson Hundley (Gilliam)

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Calva Hamlet Watson (Wootton)

Louise Burks Cox (Carper)

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Celebrating 96 years of Alpha Sigma Alpha sisterhood BY SUZANNE KILGANNON PRESTON, BI National President

ere is a clispness in the air that has arlived very suddenly this fall, heralding in another autumn. Once again children are waiting at school bus stops, football games are being played and Halloween costume sales are in full swing. For Alpha Sigma Alphas, autumn means the anniversary of the founding of our sorolity. Founders' Day is a time for celebration as we gather together to reflect on the joys of our sisterhood. It is a time for reflection about what our sorolity stands for and to cheiish the timelessness of our unique bond. Virginia State Normal School was a very interesting place at the turn of the last century. It was already the unexpected site of the founding of three other sorolities. Each of our founders had received invitations to join the other sorolities, but accepting those invitations meant that they would be separated. Together they already had a strong bond they did not want to break. It was then that Alpha Sigma Alpha was founded - founded to preserve the ties the founders had with one another. It strikes me that these five young women were so determined to preserve

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Just like the fou~ders, each of us leaves

our imprint on this sorority. We are a sorority of women with many talents, of many backgrounds, with many pursuits. Each of us is valued because of the skills and talents we possess.

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their friendships. Could they not have stayed good fliends even if they had joined the other sorolities? Perhaps, but they knew their relationships would truly flouiish only if they were bound to one another in a more significant way. Alpha Sigma Alpha provided them that connection. Those connections remain today. We are all bonded to one another by the vows we made and the founding plinciples that have withstood the last 96 years. Our new theme, "Every member makes a difference," takes on an even deeper meaning when put in this context. Just like the founders, each of us leaves our irnplint on this sorolity. We are a sorolity of women with many talents, of many backgrounds, with many pursuits. Each of us is valued because of the skills and talents we possess. Alpha Sigma Alpha is a fluid organization, constantly evolving to meet the needs of women. We are who we are because of every single sister. Every member adds to the special gift this sorolity is. We now have this legacy to pass on. We must nurture this gift as it has been nurtured in the past. Let us cheiish the connections we enjoy as we pause to celebrate our 96 years of sisterhood in Alpha Sigma Alpha.

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Foundation helps bring change to collegians at Emma Coleman Frost Leadership Development Institutes

EDITOR Nancy I. l. Reese, BY 1312 E. Kensington Rd. Mount Prospect, IL 60056

STAFF Feature Editor Lori Muehlbauer Robinson, LlK 2148 Wagggoner Ave. Evansville, IN 47714 Alumnae Editor Karen Miller Walker, TH 657 Berkshire Or. State College, PA 16803 Collegiate Editor Nora Ten Broeck, BK 1508 LaPorte Ave. Valparaiso, IN 46383 Historian Sue Zorichak, BB 235 Willow Glen Boulder, CO 80302

NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS 1201 E. Walnut St. Springfield, MO 65802 Phone. 417-869-0980 Fax. 417-869-3429 E-mail: asa@pcis.net THE PHOENIX OF ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA (USPS 430-640) is published quarterly by Alpha Sigma Alpha, 1201 E. Walnut St., Springfield, MO 65802. Subscription price, $1 an issue, $3 ayear. Periodicals postage paid at Springfield, MO, and additional mailing olfices. Produced by Maury Boyd & Associates, Indianapolis. ©Alpha Sigma Alpha. Send address changes, death notices and business correspondence to the national headquarters. Address all editorial correspondence to the editor. POSTMASTER: Send address changes (Form 3579) to The Phoenix of Alpha Sigma Alpha, 1201 E. Walnut, Springfield, MO 65802. Printed in the USA.

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BY JILL WHITTENBURG , Bf AND LISA TAIT LONGO , fH allas i the place to be Ju ly 2-6, 1998, if you are an Alpha Sigma Alpha! The Omni Mandalay Hotel, site of the 1998 na tional convention, wiLl be filled with A'iAs from around the coun try for thi Ia t national convention before the centennial convention in 2000. The committee. under the direction of LesLie Maxwell Ziringer. ri-I, has been working to make it a memorable occa ion. Committee members are Trudy Higgins. B0, J ennifer Richard. E¢. Sharon Buscetta , ~ H . Kelly Augustynak, ~ Y, Jill Whittenburg, Bl, and Li a Tait Longo. I'l-l.

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The convention will be kicked-off with an opening speaker. Following this opening session, convention-goers will be going off- ite for a Texas-style evening at a local ranch with a barbecue and special entertainment. Two general sessions and five blocks of workshops will be held during the week. Workshop topics will include risk management, communication , gender issues . scholarship, due process, the CoLlegiate Officers' Handbook and the new officer structure, rush for collegiate and alumnae chapters, financial planning and roundtables. The marketplace is scheduled for Saturday, the 4th of July. A festive, patriotic atmos phere will serve as a backdrop for members to learn more about topics of interest such as the web site, the Alpha Sigma Alpha Foundation , the leader hip consu ltant program , AlphaNet, philanthropic


projects, alumnae involvement, scholarships and much more. The afternoon event will be complete with awards and recognition for the most patriotic dress, person who traveled farthest, the most conventions attended and several others. House Specialties, official merchandiser for Alpha Sigma Alpha, will be on hand, along with Burr, Patterson and Auld, sorority jeweler, so everyone will have the opportunity to purchase convention memorabilia as well as Alpha Sigma Alpha merchandise. Since it is the 222nd anniversary of the U.S., Saturday evening will be capped off with a fireworks display over Lhe lake next to the hotel. Convention-goers will have a front-row seat for the display from the hotel lawn. There also will be time to enjoy the celebration in the Las Colinas area where the hotel is located. Las Colinas is one of the hottest places in Dallas to spend the 4th. On Sunday after the foundation breakfast and second general session, participants will have some free time to explore the Dallas area. Side tours will be available to places such as the Sixth Floor Book Depository Museum and plaza where John F. Kennedy was shot, the

Movie Studios at Las Colinas, shopping and other sights in the area. Other traditional events during the convention will be the Palm Dinner, during which the contributions and achievements in the areas of philanthropy and scholarship will be recognized, initiation and memorial services as well as three business meetings. The awards banquet, during which outstanding achievement will be recognized, is Sunday evening. The registration fee will be $125. The hotel and meal plans are combined and will include three dinners, one lunch and three breakfasts at a cost of $350 per person for four in a room. The foundation breakfast will be an optional meal for an additional fee, and prices for off-site excursions will vary based on the trip selected. Rooms will be available for a special rate two days before and two days after the convention for those who would like to spend more time in the Dallas area. Put July 2-6 on your calendar and plan to attend the 1998 Alpha Sigma Alpha National Convention, "Celebrating New Horizons."


AND FRIEN BY LORI MUEHLBAUER ROBINSON, IlK Feature Editor

The 1998 Alpha Sigma Alpha National Convention presents a wonderful opportunity to come to the Dallas area and explore all its cultural, sporting and entertainment venues for a family trip or

Fun faets about the Dallas area Time zone: Central Standard Sales tax: 8.25 percent Altitude: 470 feet Average rainfall: June, 2.91 inches; July, 2.23 inches Average temperature: June, 91/71; July, 95/74 Dallas/Ft. Worth Are~ . Tourism Council: 1-214-680-8580 Irving Convention and'Visitor's Bureau: 1-800-247-8464

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to spend the holiday weekend catching up and renewing Al..A friendships. The Omni Mandalay Hotel, filled with exquisitely crafted antique Indonesian furnishings, will be home to the 1998 national convention. Its 420 guest rooms, with views of downtown Dallas and the canals of Las Colinas, are roomy and airy. The hotel features a health club with a Nautilus weight machine, spa, pool and sauna. It is one of 50 hotel properties in the Las Colinas development, which has been proclaimed the best planned commercial/residential community in the world. Almost half of this 12,000-acre area in Irving, TX, has been developed as greenbelt, park and public-access/recreational space. Office buildings surround Lake Carolyn while the Mandalay Canal is a beautiful setting for a nde in a Venetian water taxi or shopping in the boutiques along the waterway. Four 18-hole golf courses, racquet sports. swimming, equestrian facilities and the Las Colinas Sports Club are a few of the recreational options. At the center of the development is the renowned Mustangs of Las Colinas, a sculpture depicting nine larger-than-life mustangs galloping across a granite

stream. Dedicated in 1984, this sculpture memonalizes the hentage of Texas, recognizing the state as not only a geographical place but as a distinctive spilit and way of life for people who are committed to the freedoms of the individual. It has captured the imagination of people from around the world. Texas' own Hollywood, the Movie Studios at Las Colinas, which have housed such Hollywood hits as "JFK," "Robocop" and "Leap of Faith," are open daily for public tours and include a stop at the National Museum of Communications. Irving is a bustling metropolis that is home to more than 160,000 people. When you fly into Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, you're already in Irving. Worth a visit is Hentage Park, located in the heart of Irving's histone district. It contains a number of histone relics, such as Caster Cabin, one of the city's onginal cabins, built in 1887, and nearby is Hentage House, built in 1912 and one of Irving's oldest homes. Other entertainment opportunities in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area include Six Flags Over Texas, Wet 'N Wild waterpark, museums, theaters and nightlife.

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DALLAS ALUMN I BY KAREN MILLER WALKER, fH Alumnae Editor

With an extremely active social calendar, the Dallas alumnae have a lot of practice in hosting events. It comes as no surprise, then, that the members of the Greater Dallas Alumnae Chapter are counting the weeks until the 40th Alpha Sigma Alpha National Convention r in 1998. The 10-year-old chapter has 15 to 20 active members, according to alumnae president Betty Yount Gardner, BA. These members get together throughout the year to have fun, often with their spouses. Favorite activities include an annual lasagna dinner, a pool party, a Founders' Day luncheon, a holiday party and a spectacular annual country family picnic at the lake house of Kathy Messina Goodwin, fA. The alumnae also make Easter baskets each year for the Richardson Transition Center. Under the direction of Kelly Augustyniak, AY, the chapter is busily

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getting organized for the convention and will host a planning luncheon in January for national officers. When the convention begins, chapter members will be busy staffing the hospitality booth at the Omni Mandalay Hotel and greeting A'LAs as they arrive at the airport. The Omni Mandalay Hotel, famous for the lifelike mustang statues that sit out front, will help convention-goers celebrate the 4th of July with front row seats for a spectacular fireworks display. An authentic Texas barbecue is planned during the week at a nearby ranch. Not to be missed will be the opportunity to float down the nearby Mandalay Canal in a water taxi, stopping at the many shops along the way. As July 1998 draws closer, the Dallas alumnae will continue to organize events that will allow visiting Alpha Sigs to enjoy Dallas and the surrounding area. "We are all so excited about the convention," Betty said. "Hope to see y'all there!"

Members of the Dallas Alumnae Chapter, top, prepare baskets for a philanthropic project. Below, Dallas alumnae, from left, Dana Glover, Bf, Barbara Lombrano Williamson, HH, Betty Yount Gardner, BA, Angela Danzler Bauldree , BZ, Debbie Sharp Craig , ZZ, and Tanya Trumbla, ll'l', attend the 1996 national convention.

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Zeta Nu installed at Moravian College BY JILL WHITIENBURG, Bf

Kilgannon Preston, BI, National Vice President of Extension Lort White Scott, EE , National Chairman of Colonies Eleanor Barbas Williams, A, eta Nu was installed as a chapter of Alpha Sigma Alpha on Collegiate Province VII Director March 15, 1997, at Moravian College, Suzanne Withsosky Alfonso, NN, Bethlemhem, PA. Epsilon Kappa Advisor Paula Cyrus The Moravian Colony got its start Foreman, PP, Leadership Consultant in April 1996 when six women began Sharon Buscetta, ~H . and Leadership an interest group. Membership grew Consultant Jill Whittenburg, Bf. and soon there were more than 30 Following the ceremonies, a white members. They viewed the presentaluncheon was held at the Hotel tions of several sororities and chose Bethlehem. Eleanor Williams served Alpha Sigma Alpha. On Oct. 30, 1996, as toastmistress. Chapter President 33 women were formally pledged. Courtney Casciano and Installation The women immediately started Chairman Jennifer Kastle shared the getting involved on r - - - - ----'--- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ' . - - - - - - - - , honor of opening gifts campus and in the Charter initiates from guests and the Collegians: Courtney Elizabeth Casciano, Angela Louise Bittner, Jessica community. They national organization. Marte Blasko, Lara Kristine Burkey, Elizabeth Ann Chamberlain, Katrina sold cookbooks for Zeta Nu Chapter Beth Danneberger, Kellianne Theresa Davis, Susan Lynn DeJong, Jennifer Special Olympics, celebrated Saturday Helena Deren, Kelly Ann DeWalt, Jamie Marte Druckenmiller, Emily Jane made Valentines night with a banquet Evans, Julie Beth Fanella, Amy Beth Green, Daniela Stefania Grillo, cards for troops at the Hotel Brtdget Ann Guilmette, Lynne Marte Kadubec, Jennifer Elizabeth Kastle, overseas and put Bethlehem. Parents Rebecca Grace Kobler, Jenna Marte Lansek, Amy Elizabeth Learn, Casey together Easter were invited to join Lynn Llewellyn, Julianna Colleen Lockney, Kris Ann McGurrtn, Robin Lafferty their daughters for baskets for the S. North, Nicole Gisela Oertmann, Theresa Gwendolyn Quinney, Kristy Jean June Smith Center. the evening. Suzanne Zeta Nujoins Rashko, Joey Warner Reish, Jeanette Marte Reynolds, Valerte Dawn Rhoe, Kilgannon Preston Kathertne Anne Rose, BethAnn Marte Schrey, Stephanie Anna Stem, Alpha Sigma Tau presented the chapter and Zeta Tau Alpha Lort Lynn Stevens, Kerry Elizabeth Tierney and Jena Louise Woods. with its charter and national sororities New members; Desiree Theone Frantz, Jennifer Marte Horton, Ertca Susan the women with memand Sigma Theta Landes, Jillian Marte Williams and Amy Rebecca Zimmerman. bership certificates. 1996-97 Leadership Consultant

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Chi, a local sorority, in the Moravian panhellenic. The installation weekend began with snacks and games with national officers, alumnae and several collegians from nearby chapters, including Nu Nu, Drexel, Zeta Lambda, Rowan, NJ, Gamma Rho, East Stroudsburg, and Epsilon Xi, Kutztown. Finally on Saturday morning, 39 women were initiated and the chapter installed as Zeta Nu Chapter with advisors, Mary Ann Williams, Alpha Xi Delta, and Alana Albas, ~X . The installation team included National President Suzanne

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Delta Sigma re-installed at Saginaw Valley State 'We came together as strangers, but we'll leave eternal friends.' BY MARNA RIDENOUR, AA

the scenes, they worked on establishing a chapter and their sisterhood. As a theme for the installation, the women chose, "We came together as strangers, but we'llleave eternal friends. " The installation team consisted of Marianne Busch Bullock, BE> , vice president of communications; Barbara Pennington Struble, dN, vice president of collegians; Eleanor Barbas Williams, A, national chairman of colonies; Joanne Burroughs Zabaldo, BE>, alumnae region III director; Tricia C. Sanok, dN, province director; and Mama L. Ridenour, AA, leadership consultant. Over 35 collegians from Beta Theta, Central Michigan; Delta

Nu-A and B, GMI-Engineering & Management Institute; and Gamma Mu, Adrian, attended the installation. he Delta Sigma Chapter at The initiation and chapter installaSaginaw Valley State University, tion were held on Saturday morning MI, was reinstalled with the initiation at Bay Valley Resort. Eleanor Williams of 32 collegians and one alumna on served as toastmistress at the white AprilS, 1997. luncheon. Alicia Rowe, colony president, and Trisha Stantz, installation Alpha Sigma Alpha previously had chairman and new Delta Sigma been installed and joined three other president, opened gifts from the national sororities on Saginaw Valley's national organization and alumnae. campus in 1980. The National An installation banquet and formal Council was forced in 1981 to place dance were held that evening. Mama the chapter on inactive status. Ridenour served as toastmistress. The other three sororities also Merry Jo Brandimore, assistant disbanded. Alpha Sigma Alpha is the director of student affairs at the first to reinstall on the campus. university, was the guest speaker. Nineteen women were pledged The aspire toast in April of 1996 was given by Amy through the efforts Charter initiates Thompson, president of Alicia Rowe, Collegians: Trisha Louise Stantz, Alicia Marie Rowe, Jennifer Kay Bartels, of Beta Theta daughter of Kristen Noel Beck, Darlene Frances Bradley, Sara Catheryn Bradley, Chapter, the seek Josephine Rowe, BE>. Kimberly Anne Brandimore, Carolyn Jean Brody, Deanna L. Bull, Tammy K. toast by Josephine The 19women Cates, Heather Marie DuBey, Diana Rachel Hinojosa, Andrea Evelyn Kieser, Rowe, BE>, financial worked to establish Melanie Jane Knott, Georgena Marie Kubiak, Kristyn Agnes Kurka, for Delta advisor themselves on camOlivia Ann Lake, Mart Lisa Landin, Kristi Lynn MacKenzie, Erin K. Sigma, and the pus through recruitMcCracken, April Melnik, Shawnette Marie Moll, Lindsay Anne Nolan, attain toast by Tricia ment, sponsoring a Mandi M. Peters, Joy Marie Petiprin, Jennifer Elaine Rang, Valori Ann Sanok. The chapter Special Olympics Robinson, Karrie Ann Sells, Mary Beth Siemen, Traci J. Sierras, Jill Susanne charter was presentbasketball camp and Stahl, Allyson Louise Weavil. ed by Marianne winning first place in Alumna: Kathy Lynn Lopez. Busch Bullock. the homecoming New members: Angela Konuszewski, Elizabeth McGrain and Jeannine Nicol. talent show. Behind 1996-97 Leadership Consultant

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NEW S TO Two new colonies join A~A The Alpha Sigma Alpha National Council recently announced the addition of two new colonies. Muskingum College in New Concord, Ohio, has 1,200 students on its 215-acre rural campus. The prtvate, liberal arts and sciences, Presbytertan-affliatied school is located approximately 70 miles from Columbus, Ohio. Thirty-eight women were pledged in the colonization, which was conducted Aprtl12, 1997, by Sharon Buscetta, .1H, leadership consultant and Michelle Wile, EA. colony development director. The group began as an interest group. The colony joins one other National Panhellenic Conference sorortty, three local sorortties and five local and national fraternities on the campus. University of Southern Colorado in Pueblo, CO, has about 3,700 students on its 275-acre campus. Southern Colorado is a public, regional university with a polytechnic emphasis. The campus is located at the north end of the city of Pueblo, which is just south of Colorado Sprtngs. The colonization of the 25-woman group took place Sept. 19, 1997, by Patti Balwanz, B2, leadership consultant, and Kathleen Collopy Miller, Af, colony development director. Alpha Sigma Alpha will be the first sorority on campus and will join two national fraternities . Expected installation for both colonies is Sprtng 1998.

Author of national hymn dies Helen Selvage Noblitt, XX, author of the Hymn of Alpha Sigma Alpha died Oct. 2, in Fort Myers, FL. A graduate of Teachers College of Indianapolis, Helen was a charter member of the early Chi Chi Chapter at the teachers college, which later became Butler University. The chapter was later re-established at Ball State University. Muncie, IN, in large part due to the efforts of the ortginal

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chapter members, including Helen. It is currently inactive. A teacher for 40 years, Helen was the author of several published Helen Selvage Noblitt, XX songs, including the hymn. She was a long-time member of the Indianapolis Alumnae Chapter, and generations of Indiana ALA collegians were taught how to sing the hymn by Helen herself at state days and other statewide functions . "Mother always talked about her A2A girls till the very end," said her daughter Quinta G. West, "She loved you all and all that A'i.A stood for."

Epsilon Theta to celebrate 10 years Epsilon Theta Chapter at Penn State-Behrend College will celebrate its 1Oth anniversary in February 1998 with an alumnae weekend. For more information call Vanessa Hubbard, 814-898-6914, or wrtte Alpha Sigma Alpha, PSU Student Activities, 5091 Station Rd. , Erte, PA 16563.

A~A web site up and running The Alpha Sigma Alpha web site at www.alphasigmaalpha.org is up and running with information about the sorortty's history, officers, policies and chapters. It features the new look of the sorortty, unveiled this past summer at the Emma Coleman Frost Leadership Development Institutes. In addition, this year all chapter consultants are traveling with laptop computers. This enables them to correspond via e-mail with chapters, national officers and national headquarters and show alumnae and collegians the features of the new web site.

News from headquarters The long-range planning committee, under the direction of Linda Bonine Rogers, M, is currently undergoing a facilities review. The sorortty has nearly outgrown its current location, and the committee is examining relocation in Sprtngfield, MO, St. Louis and Indianapolis. In other news, Andrea J. Tunia, EI, director of collegiate chapter services, resigned her position as of Aug. 22, 1997. Andrea had held the position since its inception in 1993. Mama Ridenour, AA, chapter development coordinator, will also serve as intertm director until the position is filled.

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Do you have an AIA memory to share? As Alpha Sigma Alpha approaches its Centennial in November 2001, the archive and history committee would like to share your memories with every member. At least two publications and a traveling display will be produced for A'iA's Centennial Celebration from June 2000 to November 200 l. Items used will become apart of the permanent archives at ALA National Headquarters.

Do you have: • A special memory to tell or write? • Photos to share? • Memorabilia to contribute? For more information or to share your memories, please write: Alpha Sigma Alpha archive and history committee 1201 E. Walnut St. , Springfield, MO 65802 phone: 417 -869-0980; fax 4 17-869-3429 e-mail: asa@pcis.net

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FOUNDATIO An emphasis on change BY JILL WHITIENBURG, Bf Director of Publications, Alumnae Services and Special Programming

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lpha Sigma Alphas across the nation took part this past summer in the fifth biennial Emma Coleman Fros Leadership Development Institutes. With the emphasis on change, introduced during the institutes were a new look and positioning statement for the national organization as well as a new collegiate officer structun The purpose of the Emma Coleman Frost Leadership Development Institutes is to allow collegiate women to realize their full potential within their chapters and on campus. Under the supervision of the programming committee, Silvanna Filippello Richardson, r A, vice president of programming, and Andrea Tunia, EI, former directc of collegiate chapter services, registration increased to lO participants per chapter. At each site, there were approximately 180 participants. These were the largest institutes to date. The four regional sites were at Southwest Missou State University in Springfield, June 20-23; Towson State University in Baltimore, MD, June 27-29; North Park College in Chicago, June 27-29; and Pennsylvania State University-Hazelton, July 25-27. Many national officers facilitated workshops on topics related to change, committee meetings and the new officer structure. A new workshop that was introduced this year at all four sites was a ritual program. During the activity, the collegians broke up into small groups and were assigned one of the four exemplars for which they designed a PR plan or a slogan. On Friday night, a special presentation was given to introduce Alpha Sigma Alpha's new image and positioning statement, "Every member makes a difference. " A new video and song completed the unveiling. "Seeing the new image renewed my spirit in Alpha Sigma Alpha," said Shannon Priddy, AB. "It really gave me a feeling of connection between collegiate chapters and the national organization." On Saturday morning, was a low ropes course full of fun and challenging team-building activities. Participants could take these activities back to their chapters and use the exercises during chapter retreats to encourage leadership, communication and teamwork. Saturday afternoon was spent in workshops discussing the new officer structure, the committee system and how to help your chapter adjust to change. That evening a workshop, entitled 'True Colors," was presented. Collegians were able to find out how their particular personality traits linked to a specific color. It also allowed them to learn about how other "colors" think, feel and act. The evening concluded with sisterhood songs. The Emma Coleman Frost Leadership Development Institutes are funded by registration fees, the Alpha Sigma Alpha Foundation and the national organization.


Unrestricted contributions to the Alpha Sigma Alpha Foundation , received between June 1, 1996, and May 31, 1997 $1,000 to $2,499

Beta Theta Marianne Busch Bullock

Beta Beta Sue Zorichak

Beta Upsilon Nancy I.Z. Reese

Beta Gamma Lois V. Beers

Gamma Eta Lisa Tait Longo

Gamma Eta Leslie Maxwell Ziringer

Gamma Omicron Patricia Semonich Marinich

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Delta Nu Barbara Pennington Struble

Epsilon Beta Mary Sidhu Pittman

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Epsilon Iota Andrea J. Tunia

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Alpha Alpha Kathleen Geib Boykin Shirley Flickinger Stewart

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BY DR. ROSEMARY CARUCCI GOSS , Bll Foundation Chairman

A fund-raiser at my husband's alma mater used to say that the college was not in the business of raising money for, if it were. there would be very little reason for anyone to give. He would go on to say they were in the business to equip students to live their lives to the fullest. Throughout the first decade of the Alpha Sigma Alpha Foundation, I've often felt we were in the business of raising money. "Starting from scratch" just over 10 years ago. we had an extreme need to just raise money to get the foundation up and running and build up a reserve on which to base our operations. I was often fru strated that we were not able to invest money in the development of the lives of our collegians and alumnae. Thanks to the generosity of our members, for the frrst time this year, we were able to tum the tables from an organization that primarily asked for money to one that was able to do something for our members. I now feel I can say we are no longer in the business of raising money. but are in the business of supporting our collegians and alumnae in their quest to 'joyously live each day to its ultimate good." Annual contributions have more than doubled from last year. However. only about 1 percent of our members cu rrently support the foundation. If we could increase that to just 5 percent, what a difference it wou ld make in our ability to support the sorority and its members. During the past year we were able to support: • Scholarships • The S. June Smith Center • The launch of the extremely successful ''Taking It Personally" program • Anniversary gifts to libraries on campuses where our chapters had major anniversaries • Sending chapter leaders to attend the Undergraduate lnterfratemity Institute • Sorority programming Just as "Every member makes a difference" for the sorority, "every dollar makes a difference" for the foundation and the communi ty we serve. Won't you help us make that difference?

Eta Eta Connie Cockerill Hembree Diane Yencic James Helen B. Lortz Mu Mu Marion Brown Eddy Beta Sigma Marilyn Ramsey Garbee Other National Collegiate Western Resources Foundation

Alpha Gamma Jane Shaffer Peters Christine Strapac Thomas Beta Beta Dorothy Hughes Johnson Marilyn Manion Stratton Epsilon Epsilon Rose M. Blahut Lori White Scott

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Zeta Zeta Debbie Sharp Craig Johanna Haag Gardner Helen Taylor McGuire Judy DeMasters Winter

Beta Beta Kim Ramsey Meyer

Iota Iota Elizabeth Dodson Carpenter

Delta Delta Evelyn McKinley Schneider

Kappa Kappa Helen L. Corey Kathleen Mellwig Droboniku

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Zeta Zeta Betty Urban Wallick Eta Eta Barbara Lombrano Williamson Kappa Kappa Nancy Gingrich Riti

Nu Nu Susanne Withsosky Alfonso Jean Woods Shull Xi Xi Edith Callahan Tit ley

Psi Psi Sidney Gremil lion Allen

Pi Pi Michalene Biber Ethel Schutt Peterson Norma Munger Sutter

Beta Delta Elaine Rahaim Fuerst

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Beta Upsilon Jeanne VanWinkle McQueen Judith Hartman Richardson .ta Gamma ula Halfast Brown :ta Delta lily Purvis Loyd Ha Epsilon an Raup Grady

Beta Phi Mary Jedrzejewski Olson Beta Chi Doris Hamilton Hill

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Gamma Theta Janice Beck Wilson

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Gamma Lambda Silvana Filippello Richardson

Alpha Lynne Rachal Chambers Tracey Lowery Rafferty Kristina L Stevens Julie M. Wiley Eleanor Barbas Williams Stormy L Wilson

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Nu Jborah Fields Dietrich vian Bell Outen 1tricia Horn Schory Jla Pi >semary Carucci Goss uol Barberie Seaburg

Gamma Omega Elizabeth Zubinski Heidel Delta Iota Cindy Christfield Ryan Delta Nu Carol VanDevoort Goodman Epsilon Gamma Deborah Harris Early

$1 to$99

Alpha Alpha Karen Bader Shirley Pal latta Bone Christina Merriman Breeding Linda Crumb Bresnan Dorothy Yelton Connor Peggy Porter Kipp

Anne Petree Niemeyer Elise Rice Payne Catherine Landolt Rauch Marna L Ridenour

Alpha Beta Susan A Behrens Patricia L. Bell Leslie A. Brockel meyer Tara M. Casey Betty Phillips Hall Rebecca K. McKay Sarah J Norris Allison Poehling Charlotte Grasel Pound Andrea M. Roberts Jennifer J Russom Caroline S. Stockman Laura Zimmer Tamakoshi Nikki A. Wade Alpha Gamma Kathryn Meiser Barclay Kathleen Rosko Book Vivian Cartwright Lovell Lillian Porter Sutton Beta Beta Gloria Lewinson Bonacquista Esther Kauffman Gatseos Karel Lyster Lowery Margaret Weber Lucci a Catherine Switzer Moore Elizabeth Walton Munn

Stephanie H. Van Ort Marjorie Piner Zimmerman

Epsilon Epsi lon Hilary A. Bancroft Jennifer N. Griggs Susan Bostwick Kice Mandy J Meyer Amy K. Skaggs Cindy Fundis Smith Allison D. Stevens Denise M. Summerhouse Amy M. Sutton Ruth Nation Welch Zeta Zeta Amy S. Campbell Marian Dieckman Hammer! Stephanie N. Hartle Connie Peyton Hoffman Bonnie Payne Koenemann Rosemary Kovacsofsky Betty Birdsong Mann Sue Covey McKenna AmyL Ott Kristan D. Shields Patricia Strider Vandiver Amy J Warren Eta Eta Brenda Rua Chappell Laura A. Landreth Tara D. Marr Meredith L McGuire

Contributions increase for S. June Smith Center Support from generou s alumnae and collegians for the S. June Smith Center has grown dramatically in recent years. During the past year, there was a 78 percent increase in contributions. The contributions were generous enough to buy therapy equipment for the classrooms at the center Paula Foreman , PP and a new computer. The S. June Smith Center, named after former Alpha Sigma Alpha Foundation Trustee, Dr. S. June Smith , KK, was adopted as a national philanthropy at the ! 990 national convention. The center has services to foster child development and family support for children with special needs. The Alpha Sigma Alpha Foundation works closely with the center to determine their most pressing needs. A recent thank you letter from the executive director of the center's foundation stated, "I understand the tremendous amount of work and commitment involved in raising fu nds and sincerely thank everyone at Alpha Sigma Alpha for their efforts to support our children." The Alpha Sigma Alpha Foundation is pleased to announce that Pau la Cyrus Foreman. PP, advisor to Epsilon

Kappa Chapter, Millersville University, PA, will serve as the first foundation liaison to the S. June Smith Center. Pau la will be able to relay needs of the center to the foundation and represent the foundation at center events. Special recognition goes to Beta Epsilon Chapter at James Madison University, VA. Beta Kappa Chapter at Western !Uinois University Phi Phi Chapter at Northwest Missouri State University and the Flint, MI, Indianapolis and Buffalo, NY, Alumnae Chapters for their generous contributions. The list of other donors to the center can be viewed under restricted funds donations.

Karen Zelinski , S. June Smith Foundation chairman , and Jen Koch , EK, wrap flowers for the center's annual Carnation Cheer Sale.

Proud 100 Living members who have reached a lifetime giving level of $1,000 or more as of May 31, 1997 and have contributed during the 1996-97 (Ita/lies indicate new to list this year.)

Over $10 ,000 Lois V. Beers. Bf Emma Coleman Frost, IUJ Suzanne L Hebert, BZ Dr. S. June Smith, KK $5 ,000-$9 ,999 Diane Yencic James, HH Helen B. Lortz, HH Betty Urban Wallick, ZZ $2 .500-$4.999 Helen L. Corey, KK Deborah Fields Dietrich, BN Marilyn Ramsey Garbee, Bl Rosemary Carucci Goss. BIT Bonnie Payne Koenemann, ZZ Anna Florence Laird Yvette Hebert Laird Evelyn McKinley Schneider. M Leslie Maxwell Ziringer, TH $1 ,000-$2 ,499 Sidney Gremillion Allen, '{!'{! Elizabeth Brock Allison, '{t'{t Kathleen Geib Boykin, AA Cecily Coffelt Bullard, Bi\ Marianne Busch Bullock, B0 Elizabeth Dodson Carpenter, II Marion Brown Eddy, MM Rose Marie Fellin, B:i Jean Raup Grady, BE Connie Peyton Hoffman, ZZ Patricia Semonich Marinich, T< Kim Ramsey Meyer, BB Mary Sidhu Pittman, EB Nancy I. Z. Reese, BY Lori White Scott, EE M. Jean Reimet Shull, NN Marilyn Manion Stratton, BB Barbara Pennington Struble, L\, Edith Callahan Tilley, :=:.::: Judy DeMasters Winter, ZZ Sue Zorichak, B B


Theta Theta Jean Barbarick El izabeth S. Hagar Kappa Kappa Lauretle Bushar Mary Brady Christian Laura F. Carson Carol W. Hafner Dorothy A McNau I Elizabeth Wilson Rost Anne Price Simpson S. June Smith Marian Harris Wood Nu Nu Marlene Adams Jennifer Blaisdel l Emily A Bil lings Lynne M. Capraro Eleanor Batlafarano Fadeley Lori A. Hobart Florence Pappas Jenkins Stacy A. Lutkus Mary M. McGuire

Foundation scholarships available for graduates, undergraduates The Alpha Sigma Alpha Foundation annually awards up to 12 scholarships to members of the sorority and one non-member. Kimberly Taylor, BB, University of Northern Colorado, winner of one of last year's scholarships wrote, "This scholarship will truly help me to achieve success in all of Alpha Sigma Alpha's four ainns. l know the Alpha Sigma Alpha Foundation is doing a tremendous part in fulfilling the dreams of all Alpha Sigma Alpha women. It is with sincere gratitude that I thank you for your faith in me." Scholarships for 1996-97 will range from $500 to $2,000. All applicants must have a 3.0 grade point average. Two scholarships are for study in the field of special education; others are for graduate or undergraduate work in any field . For an application. please contact A2-A National Headquarters, 1201 E. Walnut St., Springfield. MO 65802; e-mail asa@pcis. net. Deadline for applications is Feb. 10.

Pi Pi Clara E. Bassett Janet Stowell Koelbl Beth Lawrence Lucia Betty Grever Morrison Gloria M. Roche Joan Rindfleisch Runckel Madeline Marshall Smith Marion Thomas Swenson Rho Rho Paula Cyrus Foreman Jean Wright Grason Sigma Sigma Nancy Gibson Mathisen Upsilon Upsilon Ethel Llewellyn Wilson Phi Phi Jil l M. Ashby Amanda Blecha Jennifer E. Callahan Vicki Chase Castleman Gretchen E. Dale Ann Marie Detlmann Ebonne D. Just Jennifer L. Lucas Erica K. Monjaraz Ann Campbell Nielson Amanda R. Plummer LaVona Stalcup Reid Megan R. Sharpe Joyce Kroeger Shelton Shannon N. Tebbenkamp Lindsay M. Toler Chi Chi Susan Martin Arnold Marrilyn Lindley Bass Pamela Bernard Elizabeth Headley Henry Patricia Kennedy Huffman Kristen E. Krope Linda Wyrick Lineback Maria K. Malayter Carmine Cree McConnell Mary Landis Moseke Susan Smale Judith Heuman Weibel Beta Gamma Courtney K. Berry Jamie D. Brown Julie Barnes Callahan Dana J. Glover Linda M. Gore Jerri L. Hammons Kelly L. Holt Christina M. Kassen Sandy G. Medearis Rhetla Nesbitl Robinson Regina Brooks Sharp Lisa D. Turner Jill D. Whittenburg Beta Della Ann Hanson Ruth Gridges Harper Julia Morris Hite

Beta Epsilon Frances Jobson Francis Ann Younkins Kastovich Nancy Bowen Willie Beta Zeta Angela Dantzler Bauldree Gayle M. Harmon Anna J. Williams Beta Eta Ethel Schmitz Keeley Beta Theta Becky L. Sexton Amy J. Thompson Joanne Burroughs Zabaldo Beta Iota Peggy Hopkins Ayers Joyce Russin Fabian Sara Stickley Hummel Mary Jane Kilgannon Barbara Thrush Lester Christina S. Muse Beta Kappa Holly R. Boulay Karen Lamontagne Fischer Sue Henderson King Beta Lambda Lara J. Barre Cecily Coffelt Bullard Robin L. McWilliams IIlene Carter Miles Kristen Cooper Moore Emmadell High Willman Beta Mu Anna Gillaspie Hicks Beta Nu Heidi J. Bergmann Melinda Davis Gina C. Sullivan Betty Clymer Stuart Rho Chi Mary E. Busch Ruth Mawson Hudie Beta Pi Janet Bilotti Cindy L. Kelley Beta Rho Anastasia C. Crisione Joan Kolar Grabarek Stacie L. Major Gretchen Werner Oster Nancy Cepuder Reagan Beta Sigma Gina L. Akel Barbara Slater Bain Amy R. Baldwin Patricia S. Balwanz Jennifer L. Bowles Kimberly George Carlos Vicky M. Cooper Ashley A. Geer

Cheryl Junkins Hartman Pat Lumpe Hawkins Trisha Hell igso Kellie Herman Sharon Marlin Manzo Elizabeth Elliotl Moore Angela Schaefer Moskal Alicia K. Norman Amy E. Perry Dione L. Schmidt Jamie M. Skyles Melissa A. Steers Carol Green Steiniger Lisa L. Triplett Jennifer E. Wichmer Beta Upsilon Amy Barile Catherine Allen Castor Sylvia Yap Chung Marian Lucas Kelly JoAnn E. Laugel Lorene Kendall Nadzeika Alice Walling Shonk Ruth Graddy Strickland Dorothy Henry Suiso Catherine Miller Williams Beta Psi Barbara Johnston Hofmockel Nancy Ritler Wales Beta Omega Judith Whipp Parkison Gamma Epsilon Sandra Phillips Brzezinski Nancy Andrus Gerwin Elizabeth Coon Devlin Gamma Zeta Jayme L. Gates Gamma Eta Deborah L. Feairheller Gamma Iota Emily Jodoin Christine M. Kozlowski Denise Wynne Kunkle Melanie A Witham Gamma Lambda Betty Yount Gardner Gamma Mu Jennifer M. Kuchera Jennifer A. Reisner Gamma Xi Sarah Bernier Julie C. Schell Diane Sauro Stevenson Gamma Omicron Debbie Smith Rusonis Gamma Pi Michelle L. Blankenship Lisa Reiss Glonek Lisa M. Muck Shelly L. Stroud

Gamma Rho Susan Miazga Fisher Della Epsilon Denise C. Ferree Jennifer E. Mazzullo Della Zeta Charlene Fink Shallock Delta Eta Laura Adelman Sharon M. Buscetla Pauline M. Fijalkiewicz Grace M. Moody Delta Iota Harriet Berkowitz Kristin L. Keister Delta Kappa Karla Camp Cook Sarah E. Hutchison Lori Muehlbauer Robinson Terri Higgs Sauter Amy A Whitten Laura L. Zabel Delta Nu Kim Benson Robin M. Dichtel Judith C. Fletcher Lisa L. Larzelere Lori Linder Anita L. Reichling Darlene M. Reske Debbie Rough Patricia C. Sanok Christina J. Steed Charlene Gerke Vig Kelly C. Zelenak Delta Rho Ann M. Carmody Elizabeth Kreimer Hunt Alicia Jennings Wendi A Johnson Shannon M. Ransone Della Sigma Alicia Rowe Della Tau Kathleen Thompson Pilecki Marcia Kin bar Goldstein Delta Upsilon Cynthia A Geerdes AmyL. Rick Tanya D. Trumbla Delta Chi Jennifer L. Alaksin Charlene Spack Kanaskie Epsilon Alpha Kerry L. Bubien Amy M. Holloway Melanie Nutt Starkey


Epsilon Nu Michelle L. Morath Epsilon Xi Gina M. Nagy Epsilon Upsilon Kristy A. McMullen Epsilon Phi Amy Arnold Clements Jennifer L. Richard Jennifer L. Whaley Epsilon Chi Amy L. Rutledge

n Mu aron Mesarick rnberly Krulikowski Smith L. Wilson chelle Gawronski Wright

Epsilon Psi Leigh A. Astheimer Christine M. Cappello Diane Dougherty Zeta Alpha Wendi B. Good Angela D. Moore

Zeta Beta Christina R. Parranto Julie B. Swanson

Zeta lambda Amy Bogdanoff Kimberly D. Gamache

Zeta Delta Dena E. Scott

Zeta Mu LeeAnne Asbury Kristi D. Bailey Kimberly A. Baldwin Stacy R. L. Calcote Sheri L. Hendrickson Stena Hinkle Natalie E. Leonard Clover M. Moon Amy S. Nickerson Stacey K. Siesser Rebecca L. Smith Heather Swope

Zeta Epsilon Lura Gardner Bishton Kelly E. Toombs Zeta Eta Karen E. Franke Nicole R. Hatler Kelly A. Hi llebrandt Christine E. Jett Mary S. Perkins Colleen M. Peterson Daphne P. Reitz Christi E. Rinella Tiffany A. Tibbetts Zeta Theta Dawn Hugo Cote Zeta Kappa Melissa A. Passehl

Coastal Carolina Colony Jennifer L. Bogie lindenwood Colony Marcia Arnel

Collegiate Chapters Beta Mu Delta Upsilon Epsi Ion Kappa West Alabama Colony Alumnae Chapters Denver Tampa Bay Tulsa Washington, DC Matching Gifts Chubb & Son Inc. Rhone-Poulenc Rorer Others Charles David Alvey Esther Baier Sarah Beck and family Yvette Hebert Laird Beta Kappa Housing Corporation Tarpon Springs Bus Hold-Up

West Alabama Colony Carole B. Welborn

Memorial Donations Pert ina C. Albright, AA, by Columbus, OH, Alumnae Chapter John H. Allen, son of Sidney Gremillion Allen, '1''1', by Marilyn Manion Stratton, BB Mildred L. Althoff, by Columbus, OH, Alumnae Chapter Mary Emerson Blackstone, Ar, by Betty Phillips Haii, AB Helen Carucci , mother of Rosemary Carucci Goss, BIT, by Rose Marie Fellin, B~ by Frances Jobson Francis, BE by Emma Coleman Frost, ITIT by Marilyn Ramsey Garbee, B~ by Suzanne L. Hebert, BZ by Diane Yencic James, HH by Bonnie Payne Koenemann, ZZ by Nancy I.Z. Reese, BY by Rhetta Nesbitt Robinson, Br by Lori White Scott, EE by Carol Barberie Seaburg, BIT by Cindy Fund is Smith, EE by Barbara Pennington Struble, ~N by Nora Ten Broeck, BK by Andrea J. Tunia, EI by Leslie Maxwell Ziringer, fH Robert Conkin, husband of Carole Jean Trunnell Conkin, AB, by Cecily Coffelt Bullard, BA Ethel Dantzler, grandmother of Angela Dantzler Bauldree, BZ, by Angela Dantzler Bauldree, BZ by Suzanne L. Hebert, BZ Lewis W. Dantzler, by granddaughter Angela Dantzler Bauldree, BZ Grace Dalby Davies, BB, by the Denver, CO, Alumnae Chapter Rae Desenburg, long-time friend of Helen L. Corey, KK by Jean Raup Grady, BE by Nancy Gibson Mathisen,~~

by Anne Petree Niemeyer, AA by Marni Groh Smith, ITIT Roy Devlin, husband of Elizabeth Coon Devlin, rE by Ethel Schutt Peterson, ITIT by Tampa Bay Alumnae Chapter Margaret Berriman Dunn, PX by Ruth Mawson Hudie, PX by Rho Chi Alumnae Chapter John Lars Elfervig II, by his mother, Dr. Lucie Savoie Elfervig, BZ Anna Millie Fellin, mother of Rose Marie Fellin, B~ . by Marilyn Manion Stratton, BB Dr. Eugene E. Garbee, father of Marilyn Ramsey Garbee, B~ by Rose Marie Fellin, B~ by Helen Hooper Malone, Br by Rhetta Nesbitt Robison, Br Dorothy Grochowski, by Rose Marie Fellin, B~ Shirley Ainsworth Hellrich, XX, by daughter Karen Hell rich Ollie lies, by granddaughter Angela Dantzler Bauldree, BZ Florence Niemiec Jones, B , by Patricia Horn Schory, BN Stewart Koenemann, husband of Bonnie Payne Koenemann, ZZ, by Marilyn Manion Stratton, BB Florence Devlin Ludwig, fE , by Elizabeth Coon Devlin, rE Carmine Cree McConnell, XX by Pamela R. Bernard, XX by Elizabeth Headley Henry, XX by Nancy I. Z. Reese, BY by Muncie, IN, Alumnae Chapter Carla Phillippi , XX, by Indianapolis, IN, Alumnae Chapter Ann I. Pink, E'l', by Christine M. Cappello, E'l'

Mary Kay Reiff, HH by Rose Marie Fellin, B~ by Jean Raup Grady, BE by Marie Scanlon Brown Hagberg, B~ by Karen Hell rich by Helen B. Lortz, HH by Helen Hooper Malone, Br by Nancy Gibson Mathisen , ~~ by Anne Petree Neimeyer, AA by Ann Campbell Nielson, <l>ci> by Nancy I. Z. Reese, BY by Cindy Fund is Smith, EE by Marni Groh Smith, ITIT by Betty Urban Wallick, ZZ by Judy DeMasters Winter, ZZ by Edith Gaupp Wolf, ITIT by Kansas City, MO, Alumnae Chapter Wi lma Wilson Sharp, ZZ, by Judy DeMasters Winter, ZZ L. Geraldine Smith, KK, by Epsilon Kappa Chapter Judge Robbie Taylor, brother of Susan Taylor Tullos, B~ . by Hattiesburg, MS, Alumnae Chapter Willa McCully Thompson, Br, by Doris Johnson Hill, Br Jenny Truman, by Helen Hooper Malone, Br Beverly F. Tunia, mother of Andrea J. Tunia, EI, by Marilyn Manion Stratton, BB LuAnn Casey West, BN, by Jean Moore Weaver, BN Peggy Braddock Whitehurst, Ar, by Chicago, IL, Alumnae Chapter Helen M. Witmeyer, KK, by Epsilon Kappa Chapter Wilma Mae Wolf, XX, by Indianapolis, IN, Alumnae Chapter Mark Zorichak, brother of Sue Zorichak, BB, by Marilyn Manion Stratton, BB

Centennial Circle Donors Those who contributed $500 between June 1, 1996, and May 31, 1997. Includes unrestricted and restricted donations. (Numbers in parentheses indicate years as a Centennial Circle Donor.)

Lois V. Beers, Br (3) Deborah Fields Dietrich, BN (4 ' Marion Brown Eddy, MM (3) Marilyn Ramsey Garbee, B~ (2 Rosemary Carucci Goss, BIT (3)

Jean Raup Grady, BE (3) Suzanne L. Hebert, BZ (3) Connie Cockerill Hembree, Hf (2)

Diane Yencic James, HH (4) Bonnie Payne Koenemann, ZZ (4)

Anna Florence Laird Yvette Herbert Laird Helen B. Lortz, HH (3) KimRamsey Meyer, BB (2) S. June Smith, KK (2) Barbara Pennington Struble, ~N(2)

Betty Urban Wallick, ZZ (4) Phil and Sally Wallick Leslie Maxwell Ziringer, fH Sue Zorichak, BB

Gold Star Chapters Chapters that contributed $1 00 or more in unrestricted funds between June 1, 1996, and May 31, 1997. Collegiate Chapters Beta Iota Chapter, Beta Lambda Chapter Beta Upsilon Chapter Epsilon Gamma Chapter Alumnae Chapters Detroit Alumnae Chapter Kansas City Alumnae Chapter

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Chartermembership in the Wilma Wilson Sharp Society open until June Charter members of the Wilma Wilson Sharp Society are those people who have notified Alpha Sigma Alpha Foundation that they have included the foundation in their estate planning. The foundation trustees are extremely grateful to the charter members listed below who have made the foundation a beneficiary of wills, stocks, bonds, insurance policies or pension plans. Charter membership will remain open through the 1998 Alpha Sigma Alpha National Convention in Dallas. Society members will be recognized at convention. If you have included the Foundation in your estate plan, please notiJY the Foundation at 1201 E. Walnut St. , Springfield, MO 65802.

Wilma Wilson Sharp Society Charter members as ol May 31 , 1997 Sidney Gremillion Allen, 'Jf\If Paula Halfast Brown, Bf Helen L. Corey, KK Deborah Fields Dietrich, B Frances Jobson Francis, BE Emma Coleman Frost, IIII Rosemary Carucci Goss. BII Jean Raup Grady, BE Jean Wright Grason, PP Gayle M. Harmon, BZ Connie Cockerill Hermbree, HH Stewart &Bonnie Payne Koenemann, ZZ Helen B. Lortz, HH Jane Shaffer Peters. Af Suzanne Kilgannon Preston, BI Daphne P. Reitz, ZH Jenniler L. Richard, E<t> Silvana Filippello Richardson, fA Dr. S. June Smith, KK Carol Green Steiniger, BL Andrea J. Tunia, EI Betty Urban Wallick, ZZ Eleanor Barbas Williams, A Leslie Maxwell Ziringer, fH Suzanne M. Zorichak, BB

Honorary Donations Sidney Gremillion Allen, 'i''i', by Judy DeMasters Winter, ZZ Barbara Slater Bain, BL , on her retirement !rom the national headquarters staff, by Rose Marie Fellin, BL by Carmine Cree McConnell , XX Stacey Michelle Bellamy, Ef, by Deborah Harris Early, Ef Dana Breitenbach, EK, as recipient ol the Helen Witmeyer Award, by Epsilon Kappa Chapter Kayla and Kacey Marie Feairheller, by their mother, Deborah Nelson Feairheller, fH Emma Coleman Frost. IIII, on her 95th birthday, by Ethel Schutt Peterson, IIII by Betty Urban Wallick, ZZ by Joanne Burroughs Zabaldo, B0 by Tampa Bay Alumnae Chapter William Henry Conroy V, newborn son ol Janet Crook Conroy, BII, by Rose路mary Carucci Goss. BII by Barbara Pennington Struble, LiN Marilyn Ramsey Garbee, BL, lor service to the ALA Foundation by Deborah Fields Dietrich, BN Johanna Haag Gardner, ZZ, by Nancy McNelly Amato, ZZ by Colleen Haag, ZZ, her sister, lor attending the 1996 convention with her by Connie Peyton Hoffman, ZZ Ann Haag, by her daughter, Johanna Haag Gardner, ZZ Gil and Ann Haag, lor all the ALAs they welcomed into their home, by daughter Colleen Haag, Colleen Haag, ZZ, by Debbie Sharp Craig,

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Patricia Lumpe Hawkins, BL, lor her service on National Council , by Betty Urban Wallick, Mary K. Reasor Hilton. BI, by Peggy Hopkins Ayers. BI Charles David Hoffman, newborn son ol Connie Peyton Hollman, ZZ, by Rose Marie Fellin, BL by Marilyn Ramsey Garbee. BL by Johanna Haag Gardner, ZZ by Rosemary Carucci Goss, BII by Diane Yencic James. HH by Rhetta Nesbitt Robinson, Bf by Betty Urban Wallick, ZZ Mary Ann Perry King, BI, by Peggy Hopkins Ayers. BI Anna Florence Laird, by her mother Yvette Hebert Laird Sharon Pohlman Lensing, ZZ, by T. Diane Crismon Simpson, ZZ Helen Hooper Malone. Bf, by Marilyn Ramsey Garbee, BL by Judy DeMasters Winter, ZZ

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Alma Rose Markle, by her daughter. Nancy Markle Cornwell, ZZ Kathy Pfeifer Megrath, ZZ, on her birthday, by Connie Peyton Hoffman. ZZ Kim Ramsey Meyer, BB, on her term as national president. by Rhetta Nesbitt Robinson, Bf Ellen Funk Morris, BB, for her service on National Council, by Betty Urban Wallick,

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Lori K. Mulligan, LiN, on her marriage to Glen Armstrong, by Christina J. Steed, Shirley Malone Nienhaus, ZZ. college roommate, by Betty Urban Wallick, ZZ Suzanne Kilgannon Preston, BI, by Epsilon Gamma Chapter Chrissie R. Schmidt, BL , on her marriage to Christopher Reiss, by Carol Green Steiniger. BL Charlene Fink Shallock, t.Z , in honor of the 25th anniversary of her initiation Cindy Fund is Smith, EE, for her service on National Council, by Betty Urban Wallick,

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Michael Crawford Smith, newborn son of Cindy Fund is Smith, EE, by Marilyn Ramsey Garbee, BL by Rosemary Carucci Goss. BII by Rhetta Nesbitt Robinson, Bf by Barbara Pennington Struble, LiN by Betty Urban Wallick, Lyda Gerster Taggart, ZZ. college roommate, by Betty Urban Wallick, Lisa A. Tait, fH , on her engagement, by Deborah Fields Dietrich, B Betty Urban Wallick, ZZ by Sidney Gremillion Allen,"'"' by Sarah Beck and family, in honor of her mother's 70th birthday by Marilyn Ramsey Garbee, BL by Suzanne L. Hebert, BZ by Diane Yencic James. HH. for service tc ALA and the ALA Foundation by Helen B. Lortz, HH by Phil and Sally Wallick, in honor of his mother's 70th birthday Holly Yingling, EK, as recipient of the Geraldine Smith Award, by Epsilon Kappa Chapter Jennifer, Kara and Nicole Ziringer, by their mother Leslie Maxwell Ziringer, nr Alpha Alpha Chapter, by Linda Bresnan Crumb, AA Beta Gamma Scholarship, by Lois V. Beers, Bf Beta Nu Chapter. on their 50th anniversary, by Deborah Fields Dietrich, B Beta Sigma Chapter, on their new house, by Rose Marie Fellin, BL Saginaw Colony, by Barbara Pennington Struble, t.N Omaha Alumnae Chapter, by Vicki Chase Castleman, <l><t>

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Restricted Funds Donations June 1, 1996, through May 31, 1991

West Alabama Colony Boston Alumnae Chapter Chicago Metro Alumnae Chapter Chicago West Suburban Alumnae Chapter Windy City Alumnae Chapter Cincinnati Alumnae Chapter Dallas Alumnae Chapter Delaware Valley, PA, Alumnae Chapter Ft. Lauderdale Alumnae Chapter Hattiesburg, MS, Alumnae Chapter Kansas City Alumnae Chapter Mississippi Gulf Coast Alumnae Chapter Muncie, IN, Alumnae Chapter Muskogee, OK, Alumnae Chapter Omaha, NE, Alumnae Chapter St. Louis Alumnae Chapter Tampa Bay Alumnae Chapter Tulsa Alumnae Chapter

Gamma Xi Chapter Delta Epsilon Chapter Delta Kappa Chapter Delta Sigma Chapter Epsilon Gamma Chapter Epsilon Kappa Chapter Epsilon Lambda Chapter Epsilon Nu Chapter Epsilon Xi Chapter Epsilon Upsilon Chapter Epsilon Omega Chapter Zeta Beta Chapter Zeta Gamma Chapter Zeta Kappa Chapter Zeta Mu Chapter Lindenwood Colony Boston Alumnae Chapter Central Pennsylvania Alumnae Chapter Chicago Metro Alumnae Chapter Chicago West Suburban Alumnae Chapter Windy City Alumnae Chapter Columbus, OH, Alumnae Chapter Special Olympics Dallas Alumnae Chapter $ I to $499 Dayton, OH, Alumnae Chapter A 3 Chapter Delaware Valley, PA, Alumnae $250 to $499 B Iota Chapter Chapter Epsilon Gamma Chapter B Nu Chapter Detroit Alumnae Chapter Epsilon Nu Chapter E on Gamma Chapter Ft. Lauderdale Alumnae National Scholarship Chapter $ I to $249 Hattiesburg, MS, Alumnae Fund B :Beta Chapter Chapter B .Gamma Chapter Maryville, MO, Alumnae $100 to $249 B Lambda Chapter Chapter Beta Nu Chapter B Mu Chapter Mississippi Gulf Coast Gamma Zeta Chapter B Sigma Chapter Alumnae Chapter Gamma Pi Chapter 3 ma Iota Chapter Muskogee, OK, Alumnae Delta Nu-A Chapter 3 ma Lambda Chapter Chapter Delta Rho Chapter 3 maXi Chapter Omaha, NE, Alumnae Chapter Delta Upsilon Chapter ~<D 1 Nu-A Chapter Richmond, VA, Alumnae Zeta Eta Chapter D 1 Nu-B Chapter Chapter Denver Alumnae Chapter E on Theta Chapter San Diego Alumnae Chapter Flint, Ml, Alumnae Chapter rz Alpha Chapter Indianapolis Alumnae Chapter St. Louis Alumnae Chapter z Eta Chapter Kansas City Alumnae Chapter Z 1heta Chapter Southwestern Indiana Mar~ Emerson Nu Chapter Blac stone Alumnae Chapter tlo, NY, Alumnae Chapter Tampa Bay Alumnae Chapter Scholarship r f , Ml , Alumnae Chatper I napolis Alumnae Chapter

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$ 0 $99 A. :Ia Dantzler Bauldree, BZ

D e Yencic James, HH ' McGuire, N B ara Lombrano /illiamson, HH D) E on Epsilon Chapter Z Zeta Chapter N Ju Chapter B Pi Chapter D 1 Sigma Chapter E ion Alpha Chapter E ion Mu Chapter E ion Xi Chapter E ion Omega Chapter Z Beta Chapter Z Gamma Chapter lZ Mu Chapter C ,tal Carolina Colony

Wilma Wilson Sharp $100 to $249 Deborah Fields Dietrich, BN Scholarship $250 to $499 $100 to $249

Billie Thompson McDonald, BN Pamela Becker Rodell, BN Jean Moore Weaver, BN

Helen B. Lortz, HH Helen Taylor McGuire, ZZ Beta Lambda Chapter

Beta Sigma Scholarship

$1to $99

$250 to $499

Eta Eta Chapter

Jean Raup Grady, BE Marie Scanlon Brown Hagberg, HH Karen Hellrich Nancy Gibson Mathisen, II Anne Petree Niemeyer, AA Marni Groh Smith, IIII Judy DeMasters Winter, ZZ Edith Gaupp Wolf, IIII Gamma Omega Chapter

Amy M. Swisher Sctiolarship $1to $99

$100 to $249 Beta Sigma Chapter

Career Enhancement Fund $250 to $499 Deborah Fields Dietrich, BN

$1to $99 Joanne Burroughs Zabaldo,

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Zeta Zeta Scholarship 1,000 to 2,499

$2,500 to $4,999

Bonnie Payne Koenemann, ZZ

$250 to $499 Betty Urban Wallick, ZZ Debbie Sharp Craig, ZZ Mary Johanna Haag Gardner,

$1to $99

Suzanne L. Hebert, BZ

Nancy McNelly Amato, ZZ Nancy Markle Cornwell, ZZ Colleen M. Haag, ZZ Connie Peyton Hoffman, ZZ Diane Crimson Simpson, ZZ Judy DeMasters Winter, ZZ

S. June Smith Endowed Founder.s' Memorial Scholarship

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Dorothy Lasell Chapman, <l><l> Courtney Coffman Cooper, <I> <I> Tiffany Hal l Harvey, Bl Serena Lannue, ZZ Shirley Cloud Rowley, PX Bernita Offerman Sipan , nn Ellen Fane Sturtevant, ll ll Anne R. Will, PX Jacqueline Wisherd, BX Beta Beta Chapter Epsilon Epsilon Chapter Zeta Zeta Chapter Phi Phi Chapter Beta Epsilon Chapter Beta Pi Chapter Gamma Iota Chapter Gamma Lambda Chapter Gamma Mu Chapter

Chicago Alumnae Chapter

Beta Gamma Scholarship

Martha Green Dimond Scholarship

$100 to $249 Lois V. Beers, Bf Paula Halfast Brown, Bf

$1to $99 Doris Johnson Hill, Bf Helen Hooper Malone, Bf Rhetta Nesbitt Robinson, Bf

The third Founders' Memorial Scholarship has been endowed by Dr. S. June Smith, KK, former foundation trustee. "What a wonderful surprise to answer the phone and to have J une tell me she was going to endow one of the Founders' Memorial Scholarships, .. said Foundation Chairman Rosemary Carucci Goss, Bll. For many years, June has given her time and talent to Alpha Sigma Alpha . The S. June Smith Endowed Founders' Memorial Scholarship will be a great tribute to a great lady.

Suzanne L. Hebert, BN Anna Florence Laird Yvette Hebert Laird

Suzanne L. Hebert Endowed Founders' Memorial Scholarship

$100 to $249

$1to $99

Nora Ten Broeck, BK Beta Kappa Chapter Washington, DC , Alumnae Chapter

Rose Marie Fellin, BI

Hilda Anna Giraud Endowed Founders' Memorial Scholarship

Cincinnati Alumnae Chapter

$1to $99

$1to $99

$1to $99

Scholarship endowed

$100 to $249

Over $10 ,000 Dr. S. June Smith, KK

Past Presidents Endowed Founders' Memorial Scholarship $500 to $999 Jean Raup Grady, BE Betty Urban Wallick, ZZ

$250 to $499

Rosemary Carucci Goss, Bll Mary Turner Gallager Scholarship Beta Nu Scholarship Diane Yencic James, HH Kim Ramsey Meyer, BB

$1to $99

$250 to $499

Indianapolis Alumnae Chapter Vivian Bell Outen, B Beta Nu Chapter

$100 to $249 Suzanne Kilgannon Preston, Bl

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WINTER 1996

SPRING 1996

Individual GPA of 4.0

Individual GPA of 4.0

DELTA NU-A Lindsay Michelle Swartz

ALPHA Allison Harshbarger Jo Harrison Immel Julia Morgan Trish O'Donnell

ZETA KAPPA Jenny Houghton Melinda Paquette Individual GPA of 3.5 or Above DELTA NU-A Sandra Joyce Castle Jennifer Therese Deeds Catherine Lorraine Farkas Angela Marie Hamady Rebecca Susan Higgins Deidre Deanne Link Brandy Lynn Myers Catherine Caroline Pavlik Lisa Ann Prox Shalini Shankar Kristin Lin Stanley Deborah Lynn Zalar ZETA KAPPA Rachel Brooks

ALPHA ALPHA Ginamarie Gliuo Kimberly Zeigler ALPHA BETA Michelle Gauthier Jessica George Allison Poehling Andrea Roberts Jennifer Sagaser BETA BETA Allison Curran Kami Dempsey Kim Taylor EPSILON EPSILON Jennifer Bertrand Julie Davis Candace Hawkins Priscilla Hostetler Jamie Jordan Kelly McCurnin Angela Murphy

...................................................... RANK FIRST ON CAMPUS SPRING 1996 EPSILON EPSILON, Emporia State University, KS PHI PHI, Northwest Missouri State University BETA GAMMA, Northeastern State University, OK BETA KAPPA, Western Illinois University GAMMA ZETA, University of Arkansas at Monticello GAMMA IOTA, Rochester Institute of Technology, NY GAMMA PI, Missouri Valley College DELTA ETA, DePaul University, IL EPSILON GAMMA, Virginia Commonwealth University EPSILON KAPPA, Millersville University, PA ZETA ALPHA, Missouri Southern State College ZETA GAMMA, Gannon University, PA ZETA EPSILON, Averett College, VA ZETA IOTA, State University of New York at Stony Brook ZETA LAMBDA, Rowan College, NJ

SUMMER 1996 DELTA NU-A, GMI Engineering & Management Institute, Ml

FALL 1996 ALPHA BETA, Truman State University, MO EPSILON EPSILON, Emporia State University, KS PHI PHI, Northwest Missouri Slate University BETA GAMMA, Northeastern State University, OK BETA KAPPA, Western Illinois University GAMMA XI, Slippery Rock University, PA DELTA EPSILON, Mansfield University, PA DELTA ETA, DePaul University, IL DELTA SIGMA, Saginaw Valley State University, Ml EPSILON ETA, Virginia Wesleyan College EPSILON THETA, Penn Slate University-Behrend EPSILON CHI, Goldey-Beacom College, DE ZETA ALPHA, Missouri Southern State College ZETA NU, Moravian College, PA COASTAL CAROLINA COLONY, Coastal Carolina University, SC LINDENWOOD COLONY, Lindenwood College, MO

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Amy Petitjean Denise Summerhouse

BETA UPSILON Marsha Davis

ZETA LAMBDA Stacie Fernandez

Kyle Tholen Lori Vickers

ZETA ZETA Heather Bleil Lisa Bruner Jennifer Callahan Jennifer Fritz Peggy Poettgen Heather Scully

GAMMA ZETA Jennifer Cook Belin Jennifer Dean Stephanie Johnson Kasey Stephenson Veronica Woody Stevens Missie Young

ZETA MU Chrystal Reed

ZETA ZETA Tracey Bayers Amy Bilbrey Kimberley Hempel Melissa Petersen Angie Senn Tiffany Slaybaugh Heather Wilson

ETA ETA Lori Bolton Angela Eisner Lisa Hinderliter Mandy Horton Alisha Rogers Adrianne Ross Anna Seal Darcy Smith Jodi Snook

GAMMA ETA Amanda M. Cole Cari Ganguzza Samantha F. Roach

NU NU Deanna Barnes Janice Lynch

GAMMA XI Katrina Bishop

PHI PHI Carrie Belcher Leah Johansen Stacy Lawson Shawn Vehe BETA GAMMA Stacie Arnold Amber Arterberry Krista Baird Tammy Fisher Sonja Guest Stacey Lantz Liz Thornton Holly Williams BETA EPSILON Erica Dalski Lisa Gentry Julie Holman Diane Junker Christine Maloney Hallie Meushaw Janet Perrie Kim Shumann Judy Seiffert BETA KAPPA Karissa Brooks Lori Decker Nicole Raynor BETA LAMBDA Debra Baldwin Sharon Daves Tammy Eros Robin McWilliams Anna Nicholson BETA NU Carrie L. Ash Carrie Beth Daughaday Shannon Hodge Jennifer McCuan Susan Rhoads Tricia Richerson Rebecca J. Rodell Christy Wilson

GAMMA IOTA Carene Kulis GAMMAMU Melanie Payton

GAMMA OMICRON 路Amy Marie Banner GAMMA PI Janet Bourgeois Natalie Finke Amy Kent Suzanne Redford GAMMA RHO Lauren Butler Timena Conrad Rachael White GAMMA OMEGA Laura Breuer Jessie Bristow Missy Edmondson Kim Harris Sheri Hesker Erica Locker Vicky Meyers Toni Scubic Jori Smith Amanda Stablein Angi Whitlow EPSILON GAMMA Kris Anderson Michelle Baughan Michelle Douthitt Samantha Fortune Stacey Lambert Nicole Weddle EPSILON KAPPA Holly Yingling EPSILON CHI Jennifer Hall Kendra Kopczenski ZETA ALPHA Shelby Hesterly Shelly Perkins ZETA GAMMA Stacy Bell Gretchen Kolbosky ZETA ETA Mary Perkins

Individual GPA of 3.5 or above ALPHA Stephanie Anderson Angela Craft Melissa Curtin Elizabeth Epler Kathy MeTaggart Sandra Samek Melissa Sargent Stormy Wilson ALPHA ALPHA Courtney Allensworth Shannon Boylan Shara Carter Lindsay Gerhardt Jennifer Griesen Dawn Henry Melissa Klein Rebecca Smith Natalie Steinbach ALPHA BETA Jan Altmansberger Susan Behrens Kara Bush Robin Corley Amy Cotton Anne Marie Dorsey Kimberly Eastep Brittany Edwards Kimberly Fenter Nicole Francis Melinda Frick Courtney Folino Perri Gipner Jessica Hefley Sara Hill Monica Houghtlin Heather Leslie Jennifer Marriott Shauna Masters Val Mesnier Amanda Meyers Nancy Nessel Sarah Norris Angie Pupilla Jill Sancken Dawn Schumann Jamie Smith BETA BETA Kim Jones Heidi Kane Danielle Mausbach Jamey Nalezinek Michelle Perkins Jennifer Weaver EPSILON EPSILON Jennifer Degner Rocky Eichman Shannon Fann Kristi Harrison Tamara Krueger Toni Leachman Mandy Meyer Aimee Mitchell Laurie Rutz

ETA ETA Amy Ellis Shelly Haug Jennifer Hyland Gretchen Jobe Jill Kasselman Leighann Li ndsey Tara Marr Meredith McGuire Sherly Pierce Sarah Rimer Sarah Beach April Trimble NU NU Maggie Aversa Heather Bellow Patty Cane Amanda Effigner Brandi Gabriele Beth lnemer Karen Kallenbach Karen Kreszswick Joanne Pechulis Carlie Wenzel PHI PHI Jill Ashby Kayla Eychaner Kattie Fay Marie Hulen Rachel Kuzma Jennifer Long Andrea Lucido Kristi Martin Jen Long Kim McKenzie Carrie McVicker Jill Newland Angie Orr Heidi Paden Jennifer Pittrich Julie Ruddy Lisa Sears Jen Staley Laural Stork Anne Taylor Brooke Walker BETA GAMMA Anita Flint Linda Gore Holly Hill Kim Johnson Christy Kassen Emily Magee Laura Moore Janel! Perry Kim Romine Sonia Thompson Julie Tubb Kathy Vermillion Christy Vidacak

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A EPSILON Sheri Bradley Janet Gardner Shelene Decoster Karen Engstrom Shelby Huges Hurst Meredith Jamieson Anne Kauffman Kristin Kelly Christina Loukas Megan Lyam Amy Mckenna Sara Morgan Coleen Morris Elizabeth Neely Parrucci Colleen Phalen Jessica Pipitone Heather Price Mary Price Tracy Shubert Dana Schwartz Michelle Seely Jill Theodorakos Lisa Welsch Jade Wexler Mindy Wilkins Nicole Yohe Emily Zehler BETA THETA .Jean Dionne Sally Krueger Sarah Mann BETA KAPPA Stephanie Bartels Andrea Buhl Deana Carter Kelly Christian Diane Courtney Audrey Hecht Shannon Hogan Nicole Kaiser Claire Koehler Carrie Korman Miranda Marsh Shannon McCoy lndra Merri II Beth Noe Mindy Poer Amy Wason BETA LAMBDA Jamie Batterton Shelby Brewer Mandy Brown Fran Burkett Emily Caudle Yvonne Dilorenzo Stacy Lynch Alison Nail Diana Rye Jan Southwell Kelley Todd Christy Wortham BETA NU April Blanton Allison Burton Kathryn Gunter Heather Key Sherrie Lofton Janet Mazzochi Catherine Morgan Bethany O'Bryan

Amy Ponder Traci Richerson Amanda Schanda Tara Schmidt Tori Squires Kathy Story Christa Wade Christa Willerton Nancy Wilson Becky Youngwerth BETA RHO Jen Naegele Michele Nosal Melissa Orlowski Becky Schey Erica Spaeth Christi Terpening Maureen Wyncott Marci Zinke BETA UPSILON Amy Barile Karen Debes Danelle Hammack Jennifer Overholtz Greta Schad GAMMA ZETA Misty Backus Kami Harris Leslie Wilcox GAMMA ETA Melissa A. Aubrecht Ashley A. Brunner Cailin R. Cannon Laureen N. Clemente Lori Goodman Tamar Hampel Rachael J. Handler Dena R. Jordan Andrea L. Kucharski Brett E. liedy Kimberly N. Ott Susan A. Perlstein Jodi C. Potere Abby M. Robbins Kathryn E. Schilling Amy B. Singer Dionne E. Truckor Trisha L. Zarin GAMMA IOTA Julie Barto Jessica Daily Arnie Howard Jeanene Jobst Valerie Krisher Jessica Nahigian Marney Prince Yvette Ribando Bobbi Rock Carrie Samiec GAMMAMU Stefanie Georges Melissa LaMay Angela Miller Lara Massa Carrie Sanch Erin Strittmatter Alicia Wise

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GAMMA XI Beth Amon Holly Miller Amy Smith Jennifer Starry Karen Winning GAMMA OMICRON Shannan Jones Danielle Matis Joy Petrik GAMMA PI Tami Akihiro Andrea Bailey Michelle Blankenship Shannon Hunt Kelly McCue Kelly Maerti n GAMMA RHO Dawn Campbell Krystal Geyer Holly Harnett Gail Myers GAMMA OMEGA Nuala Bennett Melanie Blum Patty Burrafato Donna Cuisia Dana Frieling Jen Kahles Stacy Kinnear Melissa Kupski Heather Landsaw Dana Lohr Tracy Masunas Jessica Mavis Hope Pullman Jamie Rohr Mallory Scrivner Carlye Slechta Lynda Surane Kara Twenhafel Sarah Weber EPSILON ALPHA Cheryl Rains EPSILON GAMMA Chris Brown Katheryn Easlick Bonny McCoy Jennifer Rock Kerry Sheppard EPSILON ETA Nicole Evans Farah Sawyer EPSILON THETA Doreen Foutz Sally Pfeufer EPSILON KAPPA Dana Breitenbach Jolene Cunningham Connie Johnson Melissa Laubach Kerri Lorbeck Kara Rill Janine Root Dana Simpson Angeline Strock Tobiann Zercher

EPSILON CHI Kathy Bard Cindi Chaykun EPSILON OMEGA Kerri Harris Suzanne Parks Kerry Lee Smith

CHAPTER GPA OF 3.0 OR ABOVE WINTER 1996 DELTANU-A, GMI Engineering & Management Institute, Ml DELTA SIGMA, Saginaw Valley State University, Ml

SPRING 1996

ZETA GAMMA Amy Elkin Erin Morris Marie Nadeau Teressa Nocera

ALPHA BETA, Truman State University, MO EPSILON EPSILON, Emporia State University, KS NU NU, Drexel University, PA PHI PHI, Northwest Missouri State University BETA EPSILON, James Madison University, VA BETA LAMBDA, University of Central Arkansas GAMMA ETA, Pennsylvania State University GAMMA MU, Adrian College, Ml DELTA ETA, DePaul University, IL ZETA GAMMA, Gannon University, PA ZETA LAMBDA, Rowan College, NJ

ZETA EPSILON Kelly Toombs

DELTA NU-A, GMI Engineering & Management Institute, Ml

ZETA ALPHA Amy Elliot Masha Podoplyokina

ZETA ETA Tara Albright LeighAnne Behrmann Kristin Bergner Christine Bischof Liz DeFalco Joanna DeGirolamo Amy Essner Jennifer Freeling Nicole Hailer Madonna Herman Gwen Kelly Barbi Ladd Dani Martin Amy Mclean Marianne Mulcahey Jane Newman Jenny Owns Colleen Peterson Beth Pfeiffer Susie Sarcone Michelle Schaefer Heidi Stubbendeck Crissy Thompson Tiffany Tibbetts ZETA IOTA Leena Kallash Antoinette Pugliese Colleen Parker ZETA LAMBDA Jen Barth Susanne Chabora Rachel Clayton Cindy Fair Allison Rohner Kristin Ryan Amanda Young ZETA MU Kristi Bailey Kim Baldwin Sarah Banko Kendra Browning Sheri Hendrickson Kamra Hurla Noelle Moore

SUMMER 1996 FALL 1996 ALPHA BETA, Truman State University, MO EPSILON EPSILON, Emporia State University, KS ETA ETA, Pittsburg State University, KS BETA GAMMA, Northeastern State University, OK BETA EPSILON, James Madison University, VA BETA KAPPA, Western Illinois University BETA LAMBDA, University of Central Arkansas GAMMA ETA, Pennsylvania State University GAMMA MU, Adrian College, Ml DELTA SIGMA, Saginaw Valley State University, Ml EPSILON MU, TheCollege of New Jersey ZETA ETA, Rockhurst College, MO ZETA THETA, Wagner College, NY ZETA NU, Moravian College, PA COASTAL CAROLINA COLONY. Coastal Carolina University, SC LINDENWOOD COLONY, Lindenwood College, MO

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FALL 1996

Individual GPA of 4.00

Individual GPA of 4.0

DELTA NU-A Cathy Farkas Kiri Gerhart Sheri Houston Brandy Myers Kristin Stanley

ALPHA Mel Amburger Angela Craft Julia Morgan

Individual GPA of 3.5 or Above DELTA NU-A Sandy Castle Adrienne Davies Jennifer Deeds Christine Gage Wendy Hale Tina Herriman Becky Higgins Amy Hyde Holly Korth Brtigitte Mora Lori Mulligan Kate Pavlik Lisa Prox Shalini Shanker Ann Marie Weitzel Angie White

ALPHA BETA Monica Houghtlin Kim Oelschlaeger Angella Pupilla Robyn Schalda Rebecca Wal ck BETA BETA Jennifer Lex Jennifer Scott Bethany Stellpflug Laura Sullivan EPSILON EPSILON Julie Baer Jennifer Bertrand Amy Davidson Rennie Eichman Priscilla Hostetler Angela Murphy Angel Strange ETA ETA Lisa Hinderliter Tasha Huxman

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Alisha Rogers Anna Seal Darcy Smith Jodi Snook-Fischer April Trimble PHI PHI Chrissy Eimers Kattie Fay Karla Jewell Rachel Kuzma Jenny Staley BETA GAMMA Lisa Bowers Kristen Dodson Kate Galbraith Kelly Holt Kim Romi ne Robin Rosson BETA EPSILON Jennifer Armstrong Erika Dalski Julie Holman Rebecca Hurst Diane Junker Whitney Kraich Sara Morgan Colleen Morris Jody Seiffert Jade Wexler Maria Wusinich

BETA KAPPA Karissa Brokks Audrey Hecht Bethany Hildebrandt Melissa Love Miranda Marsh Melanie Rivenson BETA LAMBDA Shelby Brewer Genie Holland Stacy Lynch Robyn McWilliams Stephanie O'Connell Angelta Walden BETA MU Jodi Burks Diana Skalitzky BETA NU Allison Burgess Carrie Daughaday Nicole Meisner Amy Ponder Amanda Schanda Kathy Story Christa Wade Christy Wilson BETA PI Melissa Garretson Klorisa Lake

ABOVE ALL WOMEN'S AVERAGE SPRING 1996 ALPHA, Longwood College, VA BETA BETA, University of Northern Colorado EPSILON EPSILON, Emporia State University, KS PHI PHI, Northwest Missouri State University BETAGAMMA, Northeastern State University, OK BETA EPSILON, James Madison University, VA BETA LAMBDA. University of Central Arkansas BETA NU, Murray State University, KY GAMMA ETA, Pennsylvania State University GAMMA RHO, East Stroudsburg University, PA GAMMA PI, Missouri Valley College DELTAETA, DePaul University, IL EPSILON THETA, Penn State University-Behrend ZETA GAMMA, Gannon University, PA ZETA EPSILON, Averett College, VA ZETA MU, Missouri Western State College

SUMMER 1996 DELTA NU-A, GMt Engineering & Management Institute

FALL 1996 ALPHA BETA, Truman State University, MD EPSILON EPSILON, Emporia State University, KS PHI PHI, Northwest Missouri State University BETA EPSILON, James Madison University, VA BETA KAPPA, Western Illinois University BETA PI, Concord College, WV GAMMA ETA, Pennsylvania State University GAMMA XI, Slippery Rock University, PA GAMMA RHO, East Stroudsburg University, PA DELTA EPSILON, Mansfield University, PA DELTA KAPPA, University of Southern Indiana EPSILON KAPPA, Millersville University, PA EPSILON CHI, Goldey-Beacom College, DE ZETA ALPHA, Missouri Southern State College ZETA NU, Moravian College, PA COASTAL CAROLINA COLONY, Coastal Carolina University, SC

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BETA RHO Robin Charnevsky Lynn Corrigan Ericka Spaeth Deanna Zipp GAMMA ZETA Jennifer Cook-Belin Chrystal Krack GAMMA ETA Amanda M. Cole Dena A. Jordan Samantha F. Roach GAMMAMU Melanie Payton GAMMA XI Beth Lindley Amon Holly Suzanne Miller GAMMA PI Shelly Sansoucie GAMMA PSI Lauren Murphy GAMMA OMEGA Laura Bobek Donna Cuisia Victoria Myers Lisa Scanlan Mallory Scrivner Sarah Weber DELTA EPSILON Laura Brush Li s~ Fazio DELTA KAPPA Angela Gerber DELTA SIGMA Jennifer Bartels Kristen Kurka Valori Robinson EPSILON ETA Nicole A. Evans EPSILON KAPPA Jennifer Schaeffer Holly Yingling EPSILON TAU Amy McAvoy Ann Oxen ham EPSILON CHI Kendra Kopczenski ZETA ALPHA Marisa Daily ZETA BETA Melissa Carr Heather Fleming ZETA GAMMA Erin Morris ZETA ETA Gwen Kelly Heidi Stubbendeck

ZETA NU Theresa Quinney Beth Schrey COASTAL CAROLINA COLONY Shannon Hawkins LINDENWOOD COLONY Gina Johnson Laura Schultz WEST ALABAMA COLONY Ketti Brit Dinah Thornton

Individual GPA of 3.5 or above ALPHA Tiffany Aim Elizabeth Epler Sharon Fox Anne Houston â&#x20AC;˘ Aimee Merri II Heather Rumsey Wendy Umberger Stormy Wilson ALPHA BETA Jan Altmansberger Susan Behrens Simone Bieber Kim Eastep Kimberly Fenter Nikki Francis Mindy Frick Kimberly Kerlin Michelle Kniepman Christina Landers Penny Lindemann Meaghan Malloy Valerie Mesnier Amanda Meyers Kristin Moltzan Catherine O'Keefe Liz Olson Julie Patton Allie Poehling Francie Poehling Andrea Roberts Jen Sagaser Jill Sanken Tara Schillhahn Stephanie Schlegel Becky Schnarre Erin Smith Mindy Steiner Sam Towers Samantha Wilson BETA BETA Nikki Boudreau Gina Carnelli Kiley Garcilaso Heather Hauser Kim Jones Kim Killion Jamey Nalezinek Melinda Parrott Michelle Perkins Betsy Steddom Kim Taylor Stephanie Ventura Jennifer Weaver

EPSILON EPSILON Abigail Beaty Lori Biggs Robin Clarke Jul ie Davis Shannon Fann Sarah Griggs Heather Harbaugh Chrissi Hoehn Katie Kennedy Mandy Meyer Aimee Mitchell Vanessa VanGoethem ZETA ZETA Suzanne Bean Ashley Curry Patricia Franklin Bridget Newman Peggy Poettgen Jenna Powell Jennifer Robson Heather Wilson Katherine Winfrey ETA ETA Amy Ellis Angela Eisner Brenda Findley Shelly Haug Mandy Horton Rachel Hudson Gretchen Jobe Leigh Ann Lindsey Kimberly Mattingly Amanda Rush Carrie Verville Katrina Norton Heather Trowbridge Kristie Verdi PHI PHI Sara Absher Jessica Boynton Jessica Brennan Jenni Gaddie Karen Hagan Sara Hambrecht Arnie Hoerath Suzanne Houston Leah Johansen Jennifer Knotts Amy Lovell Jennifer Lucas Kristi Martin Carrie McVicker Maureen O'Malley Jennifer Pittrich Jennifer Schrader Shannon Tebbenkamp Wh itney Thacker Amanda Walker Brooke Walker Amy Weekly BETA GAMMA Tammy Barton Michelle Dawes Emily Duncan Ginger Estep Tammy Fisher Linda Gore Holly Hill Christy Kassen Tiffany Magill Laura Moore Kortney Morris

Amy Munsell Monica Palmer Christy Vidacak Holly Williams Amy Wright BETA EPSILON Meredith Anderson Erin Cassidy Karen D'Angelo Caroline Davenport Shelene Decoster Elizabeth Dowling Jennifer Harper Jennifer Hendry MicheleJalbert Caroline Kendrick Amanda Kraus Teresa Lucas Elizabeth Neeley Karen Pirokowski Karren Wagner BETA THETA Amanda Franchuk Penny Hollenbeck Sally Krueger Sarah Mann Julie Marek Jessica McNayr Kyrie Netzley Jennifer Panula BETA KAPPA Lizette Bley Kelly Christian Lori Decker Tania Felber Angie Goehl Shannon Hogan Sara Kish Stacy McMichael lndra Merrill Mindy Pear Amy Price Nikkie Raynor Stacie Sodetz Wendy Travia Iia Amy Wason Caroline Welsch BETA LAMBDA LaRhesa Bailey Yvonne Dilorenzo Sheila Gleghorn Ashley Hall Anna Nicholson Tracey Pace Trisha Smith Jan Southwell Tammy Stone Lori Swetnam BETA MU Lydia Fann Wendy Partain Danyale Williams BETA NU Wendy Alexander Andrea Bayer Julie Buckman Ketti Cash Tracy Davis Carrie Frailley Shannon Hodge Sherrie LoHon

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Janet Mazzochi Sarah Monroe Jennifer Parker Susan Rhoads Traci Richerson Rebecca Rodell Tara Schmidt Tori Squires Belinda Vandergri Christa Willerton Jennifer Wright

GAMMA OMICRON Staci Lynn Blaszczyk Stacy Lynn Burger Lisa Ann Ewing Shannan L. Jones Leigh Ann Muth Joy Allison Petrik GAMMA PI Colleen Mullen Jeri Munsterman Patti Smith

BETA PI LeAnn Bowling Kerri Pettrey Erin Price Amy Welty Rhonda Whitt

GAMMA ZETA Laura K. Calvert Robin Darbonne Lisa Goodwin Sarah Kieffer Audrea Nixon Dana Lee Searcy Shannon Swain Jessica P. Taylor April Wood

GAMMA ETA Melissa Aubrecht Kelly Bleakley Ashley Brunner Cailin Cannon Laureen Clemente Janel Galvanek Cari Ganguzza Tamar Hampel Amy Marquis Kimberly Ott Lindsey Peirson Susan Perlstein Jodi Potere Abby Robbins Debra Schaming Staci Schwartz lindsay Thomas Marissa Viccaro

GAMMA IOTA Jennifer Klepchick Carrie Samiec Natalie Zieky

Janelle Bailey Liz Bold Jaynie Doerr Kim Harris Kristen Hayek Sheri Hesker Sarah Kiernan Erica Locker Bridget Neumann Karen Reyff Jamie Rohr Janah Sudduth Christine Swanson Aimee Weglewski Jana Wendling Angie Whitlow

EPSILON KAPPA Dana Breitenbach Jolene Cunningham Christy Fullerton Connie Johnson Colleen May Kara Rill

Jennifer Freeting Nicole Haller Madonna Herman Koli Koch Valarianne Leonard Maureen Madigan Danielle Martin Terri Morgan Jenny Owens Mary Perkins Colleen Peterson Susan Sarcone Karen Starks Tillany Tibbetts

DELTA EPSILON Tammy Johnston Pamela Salisbury Bonnie Sprigman Sherry Thompson

EPSILON TAU Melissa Blank Sophia Williamson EPSILON CHI EPSILON OMEGA Marianella Avendano Christina Pantaleo Kerry Smith

DELTA ETA

ZETA ALPHA

Michelle Battles Mary Pat Benniger Cindy Blum Tara Bruno Adrianne Brusek Sheri Cesak Lael Garner-Holman Rebecca Worley

Julie Chapman Amy Elliot Amber Irwin Shelly Perkins Masha Podoplyokina Mandy Stark Sandra Tallon

DELTA KAPPA Amy Briggeman Leah Hardison Christina Miles Melody Puller Natalie Schmaltz Jill Strockbine DELTA RHO Heather Dennis Leslie Roessler

DELTASIGMA Kristi Beck Jen Oucham Andrea Keiser

GAMMA XI

DELTA UPSILON

Shelly L. Chuba Stacy Ann Moore Angela Louise Porco Jennifer R. Szumigalski Katherine Jo Zambino

Stacia Schlattman Jennifer Smith

EPSILON GAMMA Dawn Anderson Jennifer Buckler Sherry Overton

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ABOVE PANHELLENIC AVERAGE WINTER 1996 DELTA RHO, Elan College, NC

Spring 1996

EPSILON MU Jessica Bystrack Teresa Calderone Leslie Geller Katy Heller Kristine Hollod Christine Kean Krista King Melissa Markowski Kristy Palmisano Jocelyne Peregoy Maureen Regan Karen Rieser Marnie Ross Jule Thompson

ZETA THETA Marissa Ginn Sheryl Lefkoe Amy Lyndhurst Karen Palaszynski Sandra Parisi ZETA LAMBDA Susanne Chabora Rachel Clayton Stacie Fernandez Kim Gamache Roseann Kerr Michele Kivitt Barbara Ludwig Tiffany McGlade Shannon Riley Allison Rohner Kristin Ryan Amy Sliwinski

Kathy Bard

GAMMA MU Stefanie Georges Vanessa Lozzi Angela Miller Lara Massa Rebecca Smith Erin Strittmatter Wendy Walleen Alicia Wise

EPSILON ETA Kristen M. More

GAMMA RHO Dawn Campbell Krystal Geyer Rachael White

GAMMA OMEGA BETA RHO Shannon McCoy Rebecca Schey

Kerry Sheppard Kelly Wheeler

ZETA BETA Angela Anderson Melissa Evenson ZETA GAMMA Stacy Bell Sapan Bajwa Jamie Carnovale Wendy Davis Nicole OiAiesandro Stephanie Fabrizio Stephanie Gaudi Rohini Kataria Carrie Kramer Kelly Linkowski Tina Maiorana Marie Nadeau Teresa Nocera Jodi Sekeras Ashley Tompkins

ZETA MU Ella Acree Kristi Bailey Sheri Hendrickson Clover Moon Oeniece Patton Stacey Siesser Rayane Thorburn ZETA NU Angela Bittner Jessica Blasko Elizabeth Chamberlain Kelly DeWalt Jamie Druckenmiller Jennifer Kastle Rebecca Kobler Amy Learn Kris McGurrin Robin North COASTAL CAROLINA COLONY Maegan Carsey Jessica Day Megan Roth

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ALPHA, Longwood College, VA EPSILON EPSILON, Emporia State University, KS ZETA ZETA, Central Missouri State University ETA ETA, Pillsburg State University, KS NU NU, Drexel University, PA PHI PHI, Northwest Missouri State University BETA GAMMA, Northeastern State University, OK BETA EPSILON, James Madison University, VA BETA KAPPA, Western Illinois University GAMMA ZETA, University of Arkansas at Monticello GAMMA ETA, Pennsylvania State University GAMMA IOTA, Rochester Institute of Technology, NY GAMMA XI, Slippery Rock University, PA GAMMA RHO, East Stroudsburg University, PA GAMMA PI, Missouri Valley College GAMMA OMEGA, Eastern Illinois University DELTA ETA, DePaul University, IL EPSILON GAMMA, Virginia Commonwealth University EPSILON ETA, Virginia Wesleyan College EPSILON THETA, Penn State University-Behrend EPSILON KAPPA, Millersville University, PA EPSILON OMEGA, Bentley College, MA ZETA EPSILON, Averett College, VA ZETA MU, Missouri Western State College

SUMMER 1996 DELTA NU-A, GMI Engineering & Management Institute, Ml

Fall1996 ALPHA BETA, Truman State University, MD EPSILON EPSILON, Emporia State University, KS ZETA ZETA, Central Missouri State University ETA ETA, Pittsburg State University, KS PHI PHI, Northwest Missouri State University BETA KAPPA, Western Illinois University BETA LAMBDA, University of Central Arkansas BETA MU, Henderson State University, AR BETA PI, Concord College, WV BETA RHO, Northern Illinois University GAMMA ETA, Pennsylvania State University GAMMA IOTA, Rochester Insti tute of Technology, NY GAMMA MU, Adrian College, Ml GAMMA XI, Slippery Rock University, PA GAMMA RHO, East Stroudsburg University, PA GAMMA OMEGA, Eastern Illinois University DELTA EPSILON, Mansfield University, PA DELTA ETA, DePaul University, IL EPSILON ETA, Virginia Wesleyan College EPSILON THETA, Penn State University-Behrend EPSILON KAPPA, Millersville University, PA ZETA ALPHA, Missouri Southern State College ZETA NU, Moravian College, PA COASTAL CAROLINA COLONY, Coastal Carolina Unlversi!Y. SC LINDENWOOD COLONY, Lindenwood College, MD

LINDENWOOD COLONY Jenny Vesper WEST ALABAMA COLONY April Byars

ZETA ETA Kristin Bergner Elizabeth Defalco Joanna Oigiralamo Amy Essner

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Chapters report on spring semester activities tative council; Stacy Sax, vice president of student organizations. Jenny Lang Phi Ph~ Northwest Missouri State University

Lending a helping hand

The women of Alpha Chapter and the men of Phi Kappa Tau team up to put on an Easter egg hunt for children in Farmville , VA. Alpha, Longwood College, VA

Leadership and service fill semester Alpha Chapter planned a holiday party for underprivileged children of the area last December with the men of Kappa Alpha Fraternity at Hampden Sydney College. In February, chapter members served as Special Olympic buddies. In March, an Easter egg hunt was held for the children of Farmville. In April, Alpha attended State Day at Virginia Commonwealth University and participated in the March of Dimes walk. Sharon A. Fox Alpha Alpha, Miami University, OH

Pulling together for philanthropy Alpha Alphas pulled their way to

victory at the Delta Upsilon/Gamma Phi Beta puddle pull philanthropy during Greek week. Coached by LaDonna O'Hair, Alpha Alphas tugged their way past 20 other sorority teams to win the competition. Amy Sweigert Beta Beta, University of Northern Colorado

Alumnae reception a success Beta Beta Chapter had two alurrmae events this past spring. In March, an alurrmae reception featured lunch, a slide show and presentation of alurrmae memorabilia. In April, the chapter met with the Denver area alurrmae for its annual alurrmae tea. Honors: Bridget Troxel, vice president of fmance for student represen-

Phi Phi Chapter participated in a fund-raising campaign for Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity after the men's house burned down. The chapter donated $1,000.00, leading the Greek system with the most money given to the fraternity. During Greek week, Phi Phi assisted the Maryville Humane Society by painting, landscaping, walking dogs and other tasks assigned by the humane society. Anne Taylor Epsilon Epsilon, Emporia State University, KS

Goals for the common good The Epsilon Epsilon Chapter held a retreat last February. Led by Membership Director Gina Dyson , the chapter held several fun goal setting activities. In March, the members shared Alpha Sigma Alpha with their families during sibling's and mom's day. In April, they held their annual teeter-

Bridget Troxel (left) and Stacy Sax serve as members of the University of Northern Colorado Student Representative Council. Bridget is vice president of finance and Stacy vice president of student organizations.

Aipha Alphas pull their way to victory at the Delta Upsilon/Gamma Phi Beta puddle pull philanthropy.

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COLLEGIATE

CORNER Beta Kappa, Western fllinois University

Fun and funds for S. June Smith Center In March, Beta Kappa Chapter held its annual contest for the S. June Smith Center. Contestants from fraternities and campus athletes were judged in three categories by the presidents of campus sororities. Through entry fees and ticket sales, Beta Kappa raised $1,500 for the S. June Smith Center. Money also was raised through donations for the people's choice award. Stephanie Bartels Beta Nu, Murray State University, KY

Annual event with music sorority Epsilon Epsilons at their chapter retreat. totter-a-thon with the men of Sigma Phi Epsilon. Together the chapters teetered for 36 hours to raise money for the Girl Scouts. Kelly Dickinson Beta Gamma, Northeastern State University, OK

Greek week winners Beta Gammas were big winners during Greek week 1997. Members played football, basketball, softball, volleyball and soccer. For community service, they participated in a clean-up of the Illinois River. Other events were the talent show and the academic bowl. The chapter did not win every event, but its overall point totals made them the winners.

Within the community, the chapter participated in the multiple sclerosis walk. Honors: Marcie Robbinson-Bell, Commitment to Campus and Community Award, President of Students Against Drunk Driving; Jaymie Haney, Outstanding Student Leader Award; Jennifer Panula, Kathy Nayme, Michelle Hill, dean's list.

Beta Nu Chapter participated in the 45th annual campus sing sponsored by Sigma Alpha Iota, a music sorority. Thirteen groups sang and danced on the steps of the Lovett Auditorium with show tunes, jazz and rock 'n roll. The chapter did a variety of melodies by the Beach Boys, including "Surfm' Safari," "Good Vibrations" and "Barbara Ann." Heather Marie Martin

Jaymie Haney

Beta Sigmas pose with the 1997 Greek week trophy at Southwest Missouri State University.

Shannon Mayes Beta Theta, Central Michigan University

Special events fill spring Beta Theta Chapter members participated in Greek week and Derby Days competitions this spring. A highlight of Greek week was the mock rock in which members danced to "Guys Do It" and "Dancing Queen."

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C OLLEGIATE Beta Sigma. Southwest Missouri State University

An excellent spring Beta Sigma Chapter won the campus Stliving for Excellence Award for the third consecutive year for excelling in the areas of council management, membership development, risk management and community service/philanthropic endeavors. Following this award, the chapter won Greek week 1997 with the highest level of participation of all chapters on campus. Honors: Six members initiated into Order of Omega, Shelley Fletchal, Dena Winkler, Melissa Williams, Trish Helligso, Carrie Schaefer and Katie Ellersick. Jessica Miller Gamma Mu, Adrian College, MI

Women's history month events Gamma Mu Chapter joined the Adrian College community in celebrating women's history month. The chapter participated in campus sponsored lectures and discussion groups. the panhellenic council's green ribbon campaign in honor of Adrian Greek women and decorated T-shirts for the Clothesline Project, which were displayed in the student union and campus mall. Stephanie Beny Gamma Omega, Eastern fllinois University

Chapter educates EIU community Gamma Omega Chapter sponsored an educational program on the date-rape drug known as Rohypnol. Eric Davidson, EIU peer educator, facilitated the session about this controversial drug, its effects and intended victims. Vice President Tracy Nickless planned this event, which drew non-Greek participants to the Alpha Sigma Alpha house for the evening. Rohypnol use typically occurs with teenage girls and college students as the intended victims. Tammany Olson

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Delta Epsilon, Mansfield University, PA

Service to others Delta Epsilons assisted the American Red Cross Blood Drive, Adopt-A-Friend and the Special Olympics this year. Members are involved with many campus organizations and activities including softball, basketball, field hockey, athletic training, the campus radio station and the National Association for the Education of Young Children. Kimberly Linder Delta Eta, DePaul University, IL

Rushing into spring Delta Etas put together a comprehensive sprtng rush. Members worked together to inform the campus about rush by putting up flyers, having informational tables in the cafeteria and doing a chalk walk. Later in the sprtng, the chapter had its annual boat dance. Angie Barfuss Delta Nu-A, GMI-Engineering & Management Institute, MI

A creed to live by Delta Nu-A Chapter held several activities that incorporated the creed and four aims of the sorority. In February, the chapter gathered for a retreat with the Creed of Alpha Sigma Alpha as the theme of the evening. Members were divided into different groups, and each group represented a different verse of the Creed. Each created a skit that they felt conveyed the true meaning of the verse. Once all the groups were prepared with music, costumes and props, each presented the skits to the entire membership. Sherie Meek Delta Nu-B, GMI-Engineering & Management Institute, MI

Member wins award Delta Nu-B member Jody Sautter won the General Motors Institute Alumni Association Travel Award this past sprtng.

She will spend six weeks overseas working for her sponsortng company, General Motors. This award is based upon campus involvement and academic achievement. Three winners are selected and receive a $1,500 scholarship to support traveling expenses. Jody Sautter Delta Rho, Elan College, NC

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Chapter gets a new home Delta Rho Chapter was selected to live in a Greek court home this past spring. The chapter's application highlighted scholarship, philanthropy and the numerous extracurricular activities of chapter members. Biz Henderson Epsilon Eta, Virginia Wesleyan College

Chapter raises GPA Epsilon Eta Chapter set a goal to raise the chapter's overall grade point average. Through the implementation of study hours, mentortng and goal setting, the chapter met its goal and achieved the highest grade point average on campus. DeidraKing Epsilon Gamma, Virginia Commonwealth University

Agem of a day Epsilon Gamma Chapter hosted Virginia State Day this past sprtng. Chapters from Longwood, Radford, Averett, Virginia Wesleyan and colonies from Coastal Carolina and West Alabama came together for the event. Keynote speakers, Daphne Rankin, Virginia Commonwealth University professor and health educator, and National President Suzanne Kilgannon Preston, BI, were the highlight of the day. Daphne Rankin spoke about HIVI AIDS and Suzanne Preston spoke about the true meaning of being a lifetime member of Alpha Sigma Alpha. Four workshops were available for participants to attend. They were presented by Debbie Early, Epsilon

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Chapter and advisor of the year Emily Major and Heather Saunders, Ef, show off the Virginia State Day shirt, complete with this years theme, The Jewels in Our Crown. Gamma advisor, Leadership Consultant Shannon Steele, Ef, and Leadership Consultant Jill Whittenburg, Br. At the April Greek awards ceremony, Epsilon Gamma took home the University Involvement Award, Advisor of the Year for Lynne Rachel Chambers, A, Greek Woman of the Year for Stacey Bellamy and the Outstanding Chapter Award. Nine members were inducted into Order of Omega.

shared poems about the special meaning of parents. Joy DeSario Epsilon Xi, Kutztown University, PA

A collection of kindness Epsilon Xi Chapter collected soup labels for a local school, soda tabs for

Epsilon Tau Chapter was awarded the Chapter of the Year Award by the student activities office at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, for high scholarship, successful membership recruitment, philanthropic involvement, campus leadership and public relations. Chapter Advisor Christine Thomas, Af, was recognized as Advisor of the Year for her dedication to the Epsilon Tau Chapter as well as to the campus. Mandie Jane Devoe

Epsilon Taus, from left, Ann Oxenham, Kristen Kachurak, Melissa Blank, Amy McAvoy and Maureen O'Neill accept the Chapter of the Year Award.

Jennifer Buckler Epsilon Mu, The College of New Jersey

Walking for charity Epsilon Mu Chapter and Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity participated in a walk-a-than from The College of New Jersey to Washington Crossings Park to raise money for Special Olympics. More than $1,000 was raised by the groups during the 8-mile walk. Members Kristy Palmisano and Katy Heller were responsible for setting up the event. The chapter held its annual parent/daughter luncheon at Maston's restaurant in April. Chapter Advisor Chayna Wilson, EM, gave a brief speech, and several senior members TiiE PHOENIX OF ALPHA SIGMA ALPHA

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Community helpers Zeta Kappas began the spring quarter by making a food donation to the Echo Food Shelf pantry. Members participated in the children's fun fair for local children and were sexvers at the Masonic Temple during a pancake breakfast. In April, the chapter participated in the Multiple Sclerosis Walk Amelica. Alyssa Stoehr is the new chapter advisor. Emily Mason West Alabama Colony

Off to a great start

Former Epsilon Psi President Crystal Poirer dances with a Special Olympian at the Special Olympics Dance in Waterville Valley, NH . Epsilon Ps~ Plymouth State College, NH

Agold medal night Epsilon Psi Chapter assisted with the annual Special Olympics dance held in Waterville Valley, NH. Members baked deserts and other refreshments for athletes and brought their dancing shoes to keep up with the Olympic pace on the dance floor. The chapter was a winner during the Plymouth State winter carnival due to outstanding participation by members. Honors: Dawn Eaders, Ann I. Pink Scholarship, dean's list and Making a World of Difference at PSC Award; Crystal Poirer, dean's list and Making a World of Difference at PSC Award; Crystal Poirer and Tammy Diehl, worked on a Habitat for Humanity home in Michigan. Dawn Eades Zeta Alpha, Missouri Southern State College

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Missouri Southern State College. Other members assisted as timers, coaches and presenting awards. Melissa Ruiz Zeta Eta, Rockhurst College, KS

State day hostesses Zeta Eta hosted state day with 12 chapters visiting Rockhurst College for a day of Alpha Sigma Alpha leadership opportunities. ETika Wirken Zeta Gamma, Gannon University, PA

A marathon weekend

The women of West Alabama participated in Special Olympics and held a pageant to benefit the Birmingham Children's Hospital, raising almost $900. Jill Wallace Lindenwood Colony, MO

Helping others Colony members participated in the Amelican Diabetes Association canister dlive, an Easter egg hunt at a Head Start Program, Province Day at Rockhurst College and Special Olympics. Honors: Tiicia Maniaci, president of Girl Scout Troop 2188 for three years; Jenny Vesper, Kappa Delta Pi (education) Honor Society. Ronda Figge

Zeta Gammas participated in the annual Muscular Dystrophy Association dance marathon. Members went door-to-door collecting money, selling shamrocks on St. Patrick's Day, selling raffle tickets and holding other fundraisers. Marathon dancers danced from 5 p.m. Fliday until noon Sunday. Zeta Gamma raised more than $1,500 and placed first in the banner competition. ETin Morris

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Janette J. O'Toole, HH

Graduate presentation wins award Eta Eta alum Janette J . OToole's graduate presentation, entitled "Creating a Picture of Your Ideal Student Affairs Job," recently was named Best Graduate Presentation of the Kansas Student Personnel Conference. The presentation was then selected by the American College Personnel Association (ACPA) to be presented at its national convention this past March. Janette received her master's degree in counselor education from Emporia State University in May 1997. She worked as a graduate teaching assistant for student support services, working with low-income, first generation college students, learning disabled students and physically challenged students. She served as chapter advisor for Delta Phi Epsilon, the university's newest sorority, and as Greek Week advisor for the Washburn University Greek System in Topeka,

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KS. She also served as vice president and alumni chair for the Student Personnel Association at Emporia State. Janette received her bachelor's degree in psychology from Pittsburg State University in Pitsburg, KS. As an undergraduate, she was president, vice president, province day chairman and assistant rush chairman for Eta Eta. She also served on panhellenic and Greek councils, and was named the 1995 Outstanding Greek Woman. Janette recently accepted a position as residence hall director at the University of Tulsa in Tulsa, OK.

Teacher recently retires After 30 years of teaching in Missouri public schools, Norma Long Clark, Phi Phi, recently retired. Norma was in the 1994 Who's Who Among America's Teachers. Thirty years ago, she co-founded the Maryville, MO. Jack and Jill Nursery School, which still exists today. Currently treasurer of the Maryville Alumnae Chapter, Norma has held all offices of the organization. While an undergraduate at Northwest Missouri State University, she was president of Phi Phi Chapter. Norma always has been active in her community. She was president in 1996 of the Maryville Women's

Norma Long Clark, <l><l> Golf Association, co-chair of the 1988 and 1996 Women's Invitational GolfToumaments, board member, secretary and president of Maryville Community Teachers Association and board member and president of the Maryville Country Club. Norma lives in Maryville, MO. Now that she is retired, she is looking forward to doing more reading, needlework, traveling and golfing.

Alumna wins service award Tina Chasteen Stillwell, Beta Sigma, recently was awarded the Excellence in Community Service Award from Southwest Missouri

State University. The award is presented to employees of SMSU for their contributions to community efforts. Her contributions include chairing the Project Review and Development Committee of the Junior League of Springfield, serving as a volunteer for Rape Crisis Center of the Ozarks, organizing the Springfield, MO, Festival of Lights and First Night celebrations and serving on the board of Dogwood Trails Girl Scout Council. She is an elder at National Avenue Christian Church and serves on the SMSU English Department Advisory Council. She also has served on the board of directors for Community Hospices of America, Springfield Ballet and Big Brothers/Big Sisters of the Ozarks. Tina is a board member of the Beta Sigma Chapter Housing Corporation and has held several offices, including president, of the Springfield Alumnae Chapter. She received a bachelor's degree in writing and a master's in English from SMSU. Tina is the director of the SMSU news services office. overseeing the gathering and distributing of university news to the media. Under her direction, the news services office has won several awards. Tina lives in Springfield with her husband, Mark. Editor's rwte: Submit names

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