DKG International chapters gather for gala spring luncheon


Three retired teachers become re-acquainted prior to the joint Delta Kappa Gamma spring luncheon. In the foreground are (from left) Faye Coe, a member for more than 50 years in Chillicothe’s Alpha Gamma chapter; and Miami Trace Schools’ Sue Anderson and Brenda Warner, who between the two of them can claim exactly 50 years of membership in Fayette County’s Alpha Delta chapter. Just visible in the background are Washington City Schools’ Cindy Sagar (on the far left) and Diana Kirkpatrick (on the far right).

Three retired teachers become re-acquainted prior to the joint Delta Kappa Gamma spring luncheon. In the foreground are (from left) Faye Coe, a member for more than 50 years in Chillicothe’s Alpha Gamma chapter; and Miami Trace Schools’ Sue Anderson and Brenda Warner, who between the two of them can claim exactly 50 years of membership in Fayette County’s Alpha Delta chapter. Just visible in the background are Washington City Schools’ Cindy Sagar (on the far left) and Diana Kirkpatrick (on the far right).


The Washington C.H. and Chillicothe chapters of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society International, an honorary for key women educators, gathered recently in St. Colman’s Parish Hall for a gala spring luncheon to celebrate their joint 79th anniversaries. Craig Jaynes, acclaimed locally for St. Colman’s fine music, is owner of English Garden Farm outside Jamestown; he presented a program on garden design following a superlative meal catered by The Willow. Jaynes is pictured chatting with president Anne Quinn, who presides over the Washington C.H./Fayette County chapter, the largest in Ohio’s entire DKG organization.


Three retired teachers become re-acquainted prior to the joint Delta Kappa Gamma spring luncheon. In the foreground are (from left) Faye Coe, a member for more than 50 years in Chillicothe’s Alpha Gamma chapter; and Miami Trace Schools’ Sue Anderson and Brenda Warner, who between the two of them can claim exactly 50 years of membership in Fayette County’s Alpha Delta chapter. Just visible in the background are Washington City Schools’ Cindy Sagar (on the far left) and Diana Kirkpatrick (on the far right).

The Washington C.H. and Chillicothe chapters of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society International, an honorary for key women educators, gathered recently in St. Colman’s Parish Hall for a gala spring luncheon to celebrate their joint 79th anniversaries. Craig Jaynes, acclaimed locally for St. Colman’s fine music, is owner of English Garden Farm outside Jamestown; he presented a program on garden design following a superlative meal catered by The Willow. Jaynes is pictured chatting with president Anne Quinn, who presides over the Washington C.H./Fayette County chapter, the largest in Ohio’s entire DKG organization.

Three retired teachers become re-acquainted prior to the joint Delta Kappa Gamma spring luncheon. In the foreground are (from left) Faye Coe, a member for more than 50 years in Chillicothe’s Alpha Gamma chapter; and Miami Trace Schools’ Sue Anderson and Brenda Warner, who between the two of them can claim exactly 50 years of membership in Fayette County’s Alpha Delta chapter. Just visible in the background are Washington City Schools’ Cindy Sagar (on the far left) and Diana Kirkpatrick (on the far right).
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2018/03/web1_20180310_114918.jpgThree retired teachers become re-acquainted prior to the joint Delta Kappa Gamma spring luncheon. In the foreground are (from left) Faye Coe, a member for more than 50 years in Chillicothe’s Alpha Gamma chapter; and Miami Trace Schools’ Sue Anderson and Brenda Warner, who between the two of them can claim exactly 50 years of membership in Fayette County’s Alpha Delta chapter. Just visible in the background are Washington City Schools’ Cindy Sagar (on the far left) and Diana Kirkpatrick (on the far right).

The Washington C.H. and Chillicothe chapters of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society International, an honorary for key women educators, gathered recently in St. Colman’s Parish Hall for a gala spring luncheon to celebrate their joint 79th anniversaries. Craig Jaynes, acclaimed locally for St. Colman’s fine music, is owner of English Garden Farm outside Jamestown; he presented a program on garden design following a superlative meal catered by The Willow. Jaynes is pictured chatting with president Anne Quinn, who presides over the Washington C.H./Fayette County chapter, the largest in Ohio’s entire DKG organization.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2018/03/web1_20180310_140237.jpgThe Washington C.H. and Chillicothe chapters of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society International, an honorary for key women educators, gathered recently in St. Colman’s Parish Hall for a gala spring luncheon to celebrate their joint 79th anniversaries. Craig Jaynes, acclaimed locally for St. Colman’s fine music, is owner of English Garden Farm outside Jamestown; he presented a program on garden design following a superlative meal catered by The Willow. Jaynes is pictured chatting with president Anne Quinn, who presides over the Washington C.H./Fayette County chapter, the largest in Ohio’s entire DKG organization.