Campus Students Host ?Love Week” To Raise Money For Kids In Need [EXCLUSIVE]
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Dunwoody Miracle raises money and awareness for the Children's Healthcare of Atlanta. We have been hosting fundraisers all year and this Friday, February 10 from 6:00pm-10pm in the cafeteria we are having a Dance Marathon.
Also, only Seniors with a parking pass can park on campus. NO students are allowed to park in the Staff Auditorium lot. ALL parking spaces are assigned to students or staff, so just because you see an open space, it does not mean that student or staff member will not need to park in their space at a later time. Any student who parks illegally may be ticketed, towed and/or suspended.
It's a new year with new opportunities to help out the school. The DHS Media Center desperately needs volunteers, and we would love your help. Sign Up for a 1-hour or 2-hour shift to be an active part of the DHS family. Sign up for as many shifts as possible, as we love repeat volunteers, and the students love seeing familiar faces.
After working as an activities director and social science teacher for 26 years, I have come to realize that the biggest lesson we can teach our kids is about love and acceptance inside and outside of the classroom. Although these lessons need to be taught throughout the school year, the holidays are a particularly important time to let kids know they matter.
The installation weekend festivities began on Thursday evening with a dessert party for the chapter, advisers and visiting Fraternity officers. After the Fireside Service on Friday evening, the Iota Province Officers, Mary Shuford Johnson, Washington, and Betty Carol Gest, Ohio Wesleyan, hosted a shower of gifts. Saturday events included the initiation of the chapter members, the chapter installation, a pledging service for the colony pledges, a model chapter meeting and a campus reception for parents, college faculty and administration officials, students and friends. Members from Beta Kappa Chapter at the University of Idaho served as Big Sisters during the festivities and Initiation ceremony.
Tradition continued as Zeta Pis decorated Easter eggs along with the two other national sororities at The College of Idaho, Gamma Phi Beta and Kappa Alpha Theta. The Easter eggs were donated for the annual Easter egg hunt at the Valley Crisis Center. The much anticipated Derby Days, hosted by the Sigma Chi Fraternity, finally occurred in April. In this weeklong competition, all the campus sororities participate in several events, and one sorority gets the coveted title of Derby Days champion. At the end of the week, Kappa Kappa Gamma came out as the victors
In January, Zeta Pi hosted its Kappa Casino event to raise money for Reading is Fundamental, the Kappa Kappa Gamma national philanthropy. Despite early local reservations and advertising on campus, the turn-out to Kappa Casino was lower than anticipated due to a last-minute schedule change on behalf of another campus event. Kappa Casino was able to raise $350 to send to RIF for the 2011 year. This same month,
2012 was a landmark year for the Zeta Pi Chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma. The Chapter received recognition at the 2012 convention, receiving the Recruitment Award, Chapter Management Honorable Mention and Panhellenic Honorable Mention for Zeta Pi's size category. 2012 marked Zeta Pi Chapter's 25th year on the College of Idaho campus. Zeta Pi celebrated this important landmark with an anniversary celebration for the campus community, which saw attendance from several other Greek organizations, as well as a few recent alumnae. In addition to celebrating Zeta Pi's 25th, members of the chapter were also busy with preparations to host the Spring 2013 Province Convention, for which they organized special fundraisers, like a hot wings eating contest, "Too Hot to Handle." The chapter continued the KKG tradition of philanthropy with the annual Kappa Casino and Salvation Army Giving Tree, which provided books for two third grade classrooms at a local elementary and 125 gifts for local children, respectively.
In April, our chapter participated in Derby Days held by the brothers of Sigma Chi. We helped the brothers raise around 4,000 dollars for the Huntsman Cancer Foundation. This was the first year since 2008 that Kappa Kappa Gamma won the Derby Day challenges, and the brothers then donated 800 dollars to our philanthropy Reading is Fundamental. April was an exciting month for not only winning Derby Days but many of the ladies received positions for the upcoming school year. Kira was elected as ASCI Secretary, our Treasurer (Reanna Vanacore) was given the position of Village Manager. VPS (Anabel Keller), Education & Registrar Chairman (Coree Gibson) and Melanie Miller were given Resident Assistance positions for the upcoming year. Angel Yebra our Philanthropy Chairman gained the role of Lead Advocate, the Advocates are a group of students that go through 100 plus hours of training to deal with all kinds of situations, and is another resource for the students on campus. Melanie also received Greek Newcomer award given to a new member of the Greek community at The College of Idaho. We held our annual Kites and Keys social in the Oasis this year with tacos and fun conversations. At our scholarship banquet our VPAE (Hailey Chambers) received the pearl for having a 4.0 GPA.
2017 was a busy and efficient year for the Zeta Pi chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma. Some highlights of winter term were successfully hosting our annual Kappa Casino event to raise money for Reading is Fundamental. During this time three of our sisters used the short term to study abroad. Quin McLaughlin and Paula Schneider studied abroad in London, England and Deena Merrill studied abroad in Greece.
The VWU/Sentara joint Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Program hosted a reception to celebrate the second cohort of pre-BSN students on Monday, January 23 in Brock Comm