October 2021                               website-www.zetachapter.com

Tumwater Canyon

Dear Sisters


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Rosa Eilert, President


Robert Sez:  If business is transacted without a quorum present, it is null and void.                                                           Marilynn Weaver, Parliamentarian


Guess who is MAKING A DIFFERENCE for Tucker, Wyatt, Bella, Andy, Rose,
Fluffy, Juliet, Duke, and many more furry friends. 

The program for October will give you the answer. 

Katlin, the development manager from the Wenatchee Valley Humane Society, will be
our speaker.  And she may bring a helper or two to give both sides of the answer.

Following is the mission and promise for the WVHS.

The Wenatchee Valley Humane society is a private, non-profit organization and their
 mission is to serve the community through education, protections and pet adoptions. 
They continue their mission by taking care of displaced pets, rescuing injured
and lost animals, providing spay/neuter programs, investigating cruelties and
finding families for animals who do not have one.

In other words......

How can you help?

Bring dog/cat food, blankets, towels, litter boxes,
and/or money to the October 11 meeting

Be ready to vote on your favorite way that our ZETA chapter can help those in our
community and also be related to our 2022-2023 theme of

At our September meeting, all those attending brought an idea to share. Let me list
those ideas here, so you can think about how we  could do the most good.  Think how we
could be involved with this cause each month, how we all could be involved and if it ties
 into our education focus.

Each needy organization has a way for people to help.  Those ways could be sending
money, coming to their activities, bringing items to be distributed each month, making costumes
and props, being a leader, assisting local disabled people to enjoy horses , championing
special needs children, helping local women, or supporting them by our
presence at a performance or play day.

 1.     LITTLE FREE PANTRY   Donated items are placed in a box or on a bookshelf
where needy people can drive by and choose what they need.  These are
located at various churches  (one at ‘our’ Methodist church) and are very popular.  *Items

2.    HAVEN OF HOPE   Located on Franklin St. housing 10 or 11 abused
women in need of food and personal items $ and *items

3.    BRUCE HOTEL  serving women in need $ and *items

4.    UPPER VALLEY DRAMA CAMP  Serving local children with
disabilities through the arts, theatre, physical activities and socializing.
This group presents a play every Spring.  $ and volunteers

5.    HERITAGE GIRLS   A group similar to Girl Scouts
that needs help getting started in the valley.     $ and volunteers

 6.      ALATHEIA RIDING CENTER   You might remember that we had a program on
this a few years back. It is a therapeutic riding center for children and adults with
special needs.   $ and volunteers

7.    THE PANTHER HOUSE   Located inside Wenatchee High School, a place for
students in need of food, clothing for school and work, school supplies.
Homeless students receive assistance as needed   $ and *items.

 * Items can be food, cleaning supplies, toiletries, clothing, diapers, blankets, backpacks, school supplies and anything else that might help a person survive.

A Few Snapshots


Hope you a good September and looking forward to seeing you at our next
Delta Kappa Gamma meeting




4 -  Barbara Myles
14 - Susan Floyd


My roses-Ken Kohnhorst

Zeta Chapter Officers

President-Rosa Eilert, Area 8 Liaison
1st Vice-President-Teri St. Jean - Programs
2nd Vice-President- Mardine Larsen - Membership
Treasurer- Maria Diaz
Recording Secretary -
Gloria Waddell/Sherry Schreck
Corresponding Secretary - Cathy Reasor
Parliamentarian - Marilynn Weaver
Past President - Geneva McCoy Jardine