Delta Kappa Gamma holds first dinner meeting


The first dinner meeting of the new school year occurred in mid-September for Fayette County’s Delta Kappa Gamma, the female teachers’ honorary; and the program was a different one: Dr. Pam Anderson spoke about her “hygge house,” the Danish version of a “tiny house.” One of her goals was to learn how to build a house; and she not only showed phase-by-phase photos of its construction, but also invited DKG members to come outside the St. Colman Parish Center and view the tiny house in person, with questions answered by her husband. Pictured are (from left) DKG President Carol Waddle, Dr. Pam Anderson, Dr. Peter Torgerson, and DKG members Jo Anderson and Carolyn Puckett.

The first dinner meeting of the new school year occurred in mid-September for Fayette County’s Delta Kappa Gamma, the female teachers’ honorary; and the program was a different one: Dr. Pam Anderson spoke about her “hygge house,” the Danish version of a “tiny house.” One of her goals was to learn how to build a house; and she not only showed phase-by-phase photos of its construction, but also invited DKG members to come outside the St. Colman Parish Center and view the tiny house in person, with questions answered by her husband. Pictured are (from left) DKG President Carol Waddle, Dr. Pam Anderson, Dr. Peter Torgerson, and DKG members Jo Anderson and Carolyn Puckett.


The first dinner meeting of the new school year occurred in mid-September for Fayette County’s Delta Kappa Gamma, the female teachers’ honorary; and the program was a different one: Dr. Pam Anderson spoke about her “hygge house,” the Danish version of a “tiny house.” One of her goals was to learn how to build a house; and she not only showed phase-by-phase photos of its construction, but also invited DKG members to come outside the St. Colman Parish Center and view the tiny house in person, with questions answered by her husband. Pictured are (from left) DKG President Carol Waddle, Dr. Pam Anderson, Dr. Peter Torgerson, and DKG members Jo Anderson and Carolyn Puckett.

The first dinner meeting of the new school year occurred in mid-September for Fayette County’s Delta Kappa Gamma, the female teachers’ honorary; and the program was a different one: Dr. Pam Anderson spoke about her “hygge house,” the Danish version of a “tiny house.” One of her goals was to learn how to build a house; and she not only showed phase-by-phase photos of its construction, but also invited DKG members to come outside the St. Colman Parish Center and view the tiny house in person, with questions answered by her husband. Pictured are (from left) DKG President Carol Waddle, Dr. Pam Anderson, Dr. Peter Torgerson, and DKG members Jo Anderson and Carolyn Puckett.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2018/09/web1_20180918_170224_LLS.jpgThe first dinner meeting of the new school year occurred in mid-September for Fayette County’s Delta Kappa Gamma, the female teachers’ honorary; and the program was a different one: Dr. Pam Anderson spoke about her “hygge house,” the Danish version of a “tiny house.” One of her goals was to learn how to build a house; and she not only showed phase-by-phase photos of its construction, but also invited DKG members to come outside the St. Colman Parish Center and view the tiny house in person, with questions answered by her husband. Pictured are (from left) DKG President Carol Waddle, Dr. Pam Anderson, Dr. Peter Torgerson, and DKG members Jo Anderson and Carolyn Puckett.