July 2022                                  website-www.zetachapter.com


PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE

Dear Zeta Sisters

I am so glad to report that all of us have paid our dues for 22-23 and we are ready for a great year to come. Maria Diaz has been busy collecting our dues and sending  them on to state and international. Teri St. Jean has great ideas for our new theme “Making a Difference” which she will share at our Executive Board Meeting Tuesday, August 9, 2022 at 1 p.m. at Bonaventure unless COVID rears its ugly head again! If that occurs, we can meet at my home.  Denise Perkins had 26 attending our last casino trip….money that will rebuild our scholarship fund after we gave 5 women scholarships this year…thanks to all the promotion by Kriss Crilly and yours truly. You may have seen the article in the World Wednesday in the College Life column.

News about members… Pauline Peterson fell and broke her femur and wrist. She underwent surgery and is currently at Regency Rehab Center.

I had my right  shoulder replaced on June 29 and am doing physical therapy and Tylenol! I had planned to attend International Convention in New Orleans in early July with officers from Yakima, but I had to forego that experience in favor of the surgery. Three  more weeks in my sling and then I can drive again!

Pat Strand is dealing with some joint problems…possible surgery.

If you have news about members, please let me know so I can pass it on in the newsletter.

After the board meeting, we will have a calendar ready for all of you and our yearbook...if I can  use both hands!

That is about all I have for us until after our Executive Board meeting in August. Denise and I are still looking for a Co President and a Co Chair for the Casino trips. Please consider offering your talent and time to either of these areas….we need people to step up and help our chapter continue.

Rosa Eilert, President
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R
obert Sez:

      Never eat bread when cake is a possibility.   -    Marilynn Weaver  Parliamentarian

 

LOOKING FOR NEW MEMBERS



AN ACTIVE MEMBER SHALL BE A WOMAN WHO IS EMPLOYED AS A PROFESSIONAL EDUCATOR OR HAS BEEN RETIRED FROM AN EDUCATIONAL POSITION.

Classroom teachers

Administrators

College or trade school instructors

Adjunct professors

Instructional Aides

Paraprofessionals

Private or charter school teachers

Educational program administrators

Private tutors

Zoo, museum art gallery, historic, home school organizations

Librarians instructing in public and school libraries

Church school education department leaders

Business employees responsible for employee training

Pre-school and nursery school teachers

Registered nurses who present educational programs

State to countywide teacher training educators

Consultants

Local, state, and national Departments of Education employees who provide educational services

Corporate trainers and seminar leaders

GO GET ‘EM
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How are you MAKING A DIFFERENCE
in your life and the lives of others?
 As our 2022-2023 year begins this Fall, we will ask this question of ourselves and then others in our community. Remember, MAKING A DIFFERENCE can be good and/or not so good. Often it is up to us to decide and then embrace the difference  or try to change it. As you lay by the pool, travel to foreign lands, work in your yard and visit family this summer, be thinking of some of the ways you are MAKING A DIFFERENCE and be prepared to share them with the group at our September meeting.  We will choose one or two group appropriate ones to work on as our yearly service project.

        I look forward to seeing you all in September to hear your MAKING A DIFFERENCE ideas.

          Enjoy the remainder of your summer. Hat, sunscreen, shade and a cool drink! ---  Teri
 

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Thank you for having me at your June luncheon.  I am very happy that I was able to met the young lady that got the scholarship in Charlotte's name.   Thanks for continuing to let me help in producing your newsletter.  It has been a joy to contribute to your chapter.  Take care.

Ken Kohnhorst, FLMI, AIAA, ACS
Graphic Design Services
 

Birthdays

JULY
01 - Susan Lawson
16 - Karen Bray

AUGUST
19- Ann Fuller
20 - Linda Evans (Parlette)
24 - Shelley Skaar
28 - Jeanne Lodge



Zeta Chapter Officers

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

  JUNE MEETING GALLERY  
   
                                                          President Rosa and Secretary Sherry  
     
   
     
   
  2022 DKG scholarship winners Lauren Kert Julia Hensley, and Elizabeth Orozco   
     
   
 

Charlotte Kohnhorst Scholarship winner  Lauren Kert with Ken