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Published by Alpha Omicron Pi, 2016-08-02 22:00:47

2001 Summer - To Dragma

Vol. LXVIII, No. 10

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Our Missions:
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The mission ofTo Dragma of Alpha Omiavn Pi is;
to inform, educate and inspire our readers on sub- jects relevant to our Fraternity, our chapters, our
members, or Greek life; to encourage lifetime AOTf involvement to salute excellence; and to serve as a permanent record of our Fraternity's history.
Alpha Omicron Pi Fraternity, Inc.
Alpha Omicron Pi is an international women's fra- ternity promoting friendship for a lifetime, inspiring academic excellence and lifelong learning and developing leadership skills through service to the Fraternity and community.
Alpha Omiavn Pi Foundation, Inc.
The missbn of the Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation is to fund programs, which promote the intellectual, ethical and leadership development of members of Alpha Omiavn Pi Fraternity and, through its philanthropic efforts, benefit the larger sodety. The visionof the Alpha Omiavn Pi Foundation is to ensure the continuation of Alpha Omicron Pi Fraternity as we look ahead to the challenges of the 21 st Century.
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Donor Acknowledgements
AOII salutes those who have generously contributed to the International Headquarters Capital Campaign.
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Fraternity News
AOII news, notes and announcements.
Aging Gracefully
Ann Wheeler Smith proves fitness can be achieved at any age.
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InTheir Memory
A tribute to the friends we have lost during the 1999- 2001 biennium.
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Alumnae News
Chapters share ideas on their best themed program- ming events.
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Alumnae Bulletin Board
News, notes or stories about our alumnae chapters and alumnae members.
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Headquarters History
A brief history of AOII Headquarters and a look at our new home, which was formally dedicated on April 21, 2001.
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Learn more about the Foundation's Arthritis
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Bragging Rights Collegiate Bulletin Board AOII Emporium
Checkouttheseindividual Rosestoourcollegiatechap ContacttheEmporiumfora
achievements of our colle ters on these outstanding giate members. campus honors and awards.
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Published since January, 1905 by Alpha Omiaon Pi Fraternity, Inc.
Editor
Mariellen Perkinson Sasseen, Alpha Delta (U of Alabama)
Graphic Design
CO mplete copy of their 16 page catalog.
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Collegiate News
Our collegiate chapters share their successful sisterhood ideas and events.
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75Year Members
Congratulations to our m em - bers initiated during the school year 1925-26.
Rebecca Brown Davis, Delta Delta (Auburn U )
To Dragma of Alpha Omicron Pi, (USPS-631 -840) the official organ ofAlpha Omicron Pi, is published quarterly by Alpha Omicron Pi, 5390 Virginia Way, Brentwood,TN. Periodical dass postage paid at Brentwood,TN, and additional mailing offices. Subscription price is $1.00 per copy. $3.00 per year. Life subscription: $85.00.
Postmaster: Send address changes to:
To Dragma of Alpha Omicron Pi, 5390Virginia Way, Brentwood.TN 37027.
Address all editorial communications to the Editor at the same address.
Founded at Barnard College in New York City, January 2,1897, by:
Jessie Wallace Hughan, Helen St Clair Mullan, Stella George Stern Perry & Elizabeth Heywood Wyman
International President
Carole Jurenko Jones, Alpha Delta (U of Alabama)
Executive Director
Melanie Nixon Doyle, Lambda Sigma (U of Georgia) ""
International Headquarters
5390VirginiaWay Brentwood.Tennessee 37027. phone: 615/370-0920 foe 615/371 -9736
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Carole Jurenko Jones International President
A O I I perspective
"The 1999-2001 biennium has been one of accomplishment.
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The 1999-2001 biennium has been one of accomplishment. Upon the recommenda- tion of the Structure Evaluation Committee, a change in collegiate chapter supervision was made by combining the four separate collegiate networks into one comprehensive network. The change will beformallyimple- mented with the proposed bylaw revisions before Council, but immediate implementa- tion was necessary in order to provide improved support to our collegiate chapters. Recent evaluations reflect that the change has been successful.
Several publications have been revised including the Alumnae Chapter Operations Manual, the Collegiate Chapter Operations Manual and the BRIDGES New Member Program. In addition, a new Colony Development Manual was developed pro- viding improved support to volunteers and staff working with collegiate colonies.
In an effort to provide our collegiate leaders with a clear understanding of chapter expec- tations, the Standards of Excellence were developed and the convention awards process revised. These new formats allow for a larger number of chapters to be recognized with awards.
Extension efforts have been successful in both the collegiate and alumnae depart- ments. Six alumnae chapters were installed this biennium, six petitions have
been submitted for approval and 22 alum- nae groups are in various stages of organi- zation/reorganization. We welcomed three new collegiate chapters: Lambda Omicron, Cumberland U; Epsilon Gamma, U of Northern Colorado; and Pi Theta, Florida International U. In addi- tion, we were thrilled to re-install Beta Phi, Indiana U.
This spring we dedicated our new Headquarters building and further strengthened AOII's commitment to pro- viding opportunities to generations of young women. Because training is an important facet to the development of strong chapters and effective leaders, our new home includes a Leadership Center and Conference Center equipped to hold specialized training for chapter officers. Our collegiate chapter presidents had the dis- tinction of being the first group to utilize our beautiful new home as they gathered in March for AOII's first Leadership Academy. To build upon this successful new training opportunity, two more Leadership Academies will be offered dur- ing the 2001-2002 academic year.
The 1999-2001 biennium has been a busy- one as many dynamic changes were made and even more exciting plans were formu- lated to ensure AOII's success. Thanks to you, our members and volunteers, for help ing us as we continue to achieve success.
Fraternally,
Carole Jurenko Jones


fraternity
Headquarters Tours
Please visit our beautiful new AOII International Headquarters. Office hours
are 8:30 am to 5:15 pm CST, Monday through Friday. Guided tours are offered daily between 1:00 pm and 3:00 pm. Contact us by phone, or email for reservations. A limited tour will be available at other times of the day by reservation. AOII Headquarters is located at 5390 Virginia Way, Brentwood, TN 37027. Call (615)370-0920, oremail: [email protected]
AOIIVolunteers Needed
The Human Resource Committee (HRC) is looking for talented women to serve as AOII volunteers. There is a need to keep a waiting list of potential Collegiate and Alumnae Specialists, as open- ing often become available. There are numerous opportu- nities with varying time com- mitments at both the local and international levels. A volun- teer application form can be obtained on the AOII website by selecting "Alumnae Involvement" from the
drop down box. Why not
fill one out today?
Beta Phi House Dedication
On April 28,2001 the new Beta Phi Chapter (Indiana U) house was formally dedicated. Approximately 300 collegians, alumnae, family members and IU special guests were
in attendance. The highlight of the day was the ribbon cut- ting by International President Carole Jurenko Jones and Beta Phi Chapter President Laura Miller. Guests then proceeded inside the house
to tour the beautiful facility and enjoy refreshments.
The chapter extends a
thank you to their alumnae, volunteers from other AOII chapters, and members of the Executive Board and Headquarters staff for believ- ing in Beta Phi's future.
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Winning
Beta Phi Alumnae at the dedication of their new house.
Publications
AOII was honored with thefollowingfive
awards during the 2001 College Fraternity Editors Association (CFEA) Annual Conference in May:
First Place Award
Website Category
The public side of AOITs website was honored for excel- lence in overall design, navigation, organization, timeliness of content, and writing.
First Place Award
News Article Content Category
"Osteoporosis - Every Woman is at Risk" - To Dragma, Summer 2000. This article was honored lor its writing and creativity in subject selection.
Third Place Award
Two Color or Less Article Layout Category Thiswasadesignawardforthearticle"WhataGreatWayto Communicate" -To Drag/no, Winter 2000.
Certificate of Merit Cover Design Category
This award honored the cover design of To Dragma, Summer 2000, featuring Osteoporosis.
Certificate of Merit
Promotional Publication Category
This award honors the design and content of our 2000- 2001 Emporium Catalog.


OurNew Home
The year was 1925. Elizabeth Wyman became the first salaried AOII Registrar and established the first AOII Central Office in her family's home in Bloomfield, New Jersey. It was a big step for AOII. Previously, for years, Stella Perry had been storing records in a little black tin box with AOII lettering. The first official office was nothing more than a corner of Bess' bedroom at 456 Broad Street but it was a begirining.
For more than a quarter century, AOII had been without a place to call home. Those early years were a time of rapid growth, and it became evident that a place was needed to organize the fraternity records and centralize cornmunications. Over the next 75 years, AOII would relocate 13 times, keeping pace with the fraternity's growth and the changing world.
In 1928, the Wyman family sold their home, and Bess relocated Central Office to a small room in an office building down the street at 50 Broad Street in Bloomfield. Central Office moved to State College, Pennsylvania, on September 1,1930, where Grand Secretary Edith Huntington Anderson resided. Registrar Sara Alice Cullnane, Assistant Registrar Janne Nichols and Edith operated out of the office in the Masonic Building, Box 262, for more than 10 years.
On August 1,1940, Central Office was relocated to larger and more accessible space at 68 Washington Square South, New York, NY. There, Sara Alice Cullnane was appointed AOII's first Executive Secretary.
Central Office moved again in 1943 to 15 North Campus Avenue, Oxford, Ohio, just outside the Miami U campus at the Phi Kappa Tau Central Offices. Phi Kappa Tau's operations had been downsized due to World War II. AOII used two offices and shared the boardroom with the men. In 1946, the Phi Kappa Taus returned from war, and AOII moved into an apartment uptown in Oxford, Ohio. The new
office, located at 10 1/2 East High Street, had two large rooms and a small dtree- room apartment in the back, which was often rented to AOIIs.
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By 1948, Central Office moved to a new home on 112 South Campus Avenue in Oxford, Ohio. This was the historic home of David Swing, who was an orator, preacher, and leader in the anti-slavery movement The house, which was build in 1857, provided larger space for the growing fraternity.
In 1953, Central Office moved from Oxford to 1109-11 18 East Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. The move to a larger city gave Central Office better mail and parcel post service, better office facilities and more accessibility. In 1956, the space was leased in Suite 601-4, Six East Fourth Street in Cincinnati. At that time, thefraternityhad a staff of four.
Central Office moved from Cincinnati, Ohio, to Indianapolis, Indiana, in 1967 because AOII was preparing for its January 1968 incorporation in the state of Indiana. Central Office was required by law to be located in the state, so AOII set up operations at 3000 Meadows Parkway, Suite 109. At the time, Indianapolis was the home of the central offices of 10 other Greek organizations.
At the 1969 AOII Convention, Council passed a resolution to establish the Central Office Acquisition Fund, which was designed to help find and purchase a permanent headquarters location for the fraternity.
In 1975, the Executive Board voted to expand the role of Central Office. Prior to then, the small staff had mostly maintained membership and financial records and distributed mailings. The new responsibilities placed on staff would relieve volunteers of routine duties. To further emphasize the new role, Central Office was renamed Internationa] Headquarters in 1976 and moved from Indianapolis to office space at 2401 Hillsboro Road in Nashville, Tennessee. The chief staff member's title changed from Executive Secretary to Administrative Director. Adele Kuflewski Hinton resigned from the Executive Board to accept this position. Operating methods were improved, and more ttaining for volunteers was established.
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A major step for the fraternity was the purchase of a buUding. Having rented space since 1925, the move allowed for more storage space and a display area for the fraternity archives. Six full-time and three part-time staff members moved into a renovated building at 3821 Cleghorn Avenue in Nashville, Tennessee, in November 1981. Equity earned on this building enabled the fraternity to take another step and design a headquarters building. The International Headquarters and Conference Center was dedicated on October 7, 1989. Located at 9025 Overlook Blvd., Brentwood, Tennessee, the first floor housed the administrative offices and archives, and the second floor housed the Conference Training Center and nine bedrooms for overnight training of volunteers. The facility was originally operated by 14 full-time and two part-time staff members.
Over the next 10 years, the fraternity membership grew by 25,000 members; the archives multiplied as the fraternity made concerted efforts to collect and preserve our past: and the AOII Emporium grew in volume by more than 600 percent. By 2001, the AOII Fraternity and Foundation employed 25 full- and/or part-time staff members. Having vastly outgrown the current facility, a feasibility study was conducted and determined that moving to a new location would be more cost- effective than attempting to add on to the existing building. The lack of available surrounding land, the current building configuration, and the city buflding code requirements were all insurmountable obstacles to renovation.
The building sold quickly, a beautiful new location was purchased, plans were designed, and construction got under way on April 24, 1999. AOII Headquarters made its last move on February 28, 2001, to a magnificent new home located in scenic Maryland Farms office park in Brentwood, Tennessee. The 32,000 square- foot facility features a climate-controlled archival library and museum, a state-of- the-art Leadership Center for up to 100 members, a Conference Center for up to 50 members, and an Executive Board Room for 14. Through innovative technol- ogy, all three areas are networked by "smart boards," allowing one facilitator to administer training to all three rooms and for interaction among rooms as needed.
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needed space has been added to the AOII Foundation, AOII Properties, colle- giate and alumnae services, computer services and publications offices. A full basement offers plenty of storage space for all areas. Importandy, flexibility has been build into the design to assure that the building will adapt to the changing needs of our organization.
The exterior combines elements of classic Greek architecture with the appeal of a colonial home. AOII's Centennial Walkway and Founders' Circle bricks have been carefully moved and relayed, now accented by a beautiful jacqueminot rose garden.
But as magnificent and progressive as the new International Headquarters Building is, AOII remains ever committed to preserving our history. For pre- dominately displayed in the new archival museum is a little black tin box with AOII lettering. Time has added a few dents and scratches for character. It was onceAOII'sfirstCentralOffice,holdingallthefraternity'smemories. Nowithas become a memory in itself.
Dedication Ceremony
International President Carole Jurenko Jones and members of the AOII Executive Board and Foundation Board participated in a ribbon cutting ceremony to formally dedicate our International Headquarters on Saturday, April 21, 2001. With approx- imately 300 alumnae, collegians and special guests in attendance, the beautiful new building was open for tours preceding and following the ceremony. Visitors also enjoyed the commemorative brick walkway and rose garden throughout the after- noon. Later that evening, a celebration dinner was held at Richland Country Club in Nashville. Alpha Omicron Pi's new International Headquarters is located at 5390 Virginia Way in Brentwood, Tennessee.
To commemorate this special occasion, a collectors ornament is available from the Emporium. The brass ornament features AOITs neiv International Headquarters Building and a headquarters historical timeline.
by Mariellen Perkinson
S a s s e e n , Editor.Alpha
Delta
(U of Alabama).


terns
ternational Capital Campaign Donors
Alpha Omicron Pi thanks the following alumnae, chapters and friends who have contributed to the fund-raising campaign for
our new International Headquarters. future generations of young women.
Level Name
Cornerstone Society/Gold Cornerstone Society/Silver Cornerstone Society/Bronze Stakeholders Association/Platinum Stakeholders Association/Gold Legacy League
Gifts from these gracious donors will help AOII continue to provide opportunities for
Capital Club
Patrons/Platinum
Patrons/Gold $ Patrons/Silver $
Cornerstone Society/Gold
Joyce Baca Lacerte
Cornerstone Society/Silver
John A. & Ruth R. Jurenko
Cornerstone Society/Bronze
Frankie Frazier Nordlund Gayle F^itzpatrick
Stakeholders Association/Platinum
Anne Witt Allison Bank of America Carole Jurenko Jones Caroline Craig Carson Stone
Debora Dellinger Harllee Delta Delta Chapter
Delia Omega Chapter Dorothy Waters Williams Elizabeth Craig Amundson Julie Brining
Lambda Sigma Chapter Masters of Design MBNA
M-J Insurance Inc
Nu Omicron Chapter Steven E Short
Stakeholders Association/Gold
Carolyn Wartinbee
Chi Delta Chapter Elaine DeFrances Ellis Gamma Delta Chapter Ginger Banks
Iota Chapter
Janet Osgood Lawson
Janette Breekenridge Tessmer Jennifer Waddle Greulich Joanne Williamson Earls
June Greer Bogle
Kathryn Tribbev Fitzgerald Kimberly Carson McGowan Krista Malmquist Whipple Lee - Danner & Bass - Inc. Linda Peters Collier
Margaret Damon Goodlund Marriott International Ine Mary Anderson Hilton
Muriel Decker Mortensen
Peg Kramer Crawford
Phi Upsilon Chapter
Rene Strong Fitzgerald
Renee Pugh Smith
Rita Conway Hurtt
Rosalie Gorham Barber
Ruth Mueller Kleymeyer
Sally Wagaman
Susan Danko
Suzanne Inabnit Bowman Zeta Chapter
Legacy League
Ann McClanahan Gilchrist Anne Buechlein Wilmes Bill Hudson & Associates
Giving Level
$100,000+
Carol Miller Stevenson Dallas Alumnae
Eleanore Dietrich MacCurdy Elizabeth Shinn Thornton Epsilon Omega Chapter Gamma Omicron Chapter Ingrid Latimer Sehulz
Joan Deathe MacCallum Kappa Rho Chapter Kathryn Ann Jensen Lorraine Chanatry-Howell Louanne Watson Condreay Lucile Wright
Marjorie Hunt Sanders Martha Garrahan Hazard Mary Hibbett Andrews Mary Jennings Katschke Mary Matarazzo Bryant Melanie Nixon Doyle
Rho Delta Chapter Robin Mansfield Wright Sheila Dye Ward
Susan Reid Mattern Zeta Psi Chapter
Capital Club
Adrienne Henry Overmyer Alice Ann Vaughan Floyd Barge Alpha Psi Chapter
Arlene Sirtola Kalis
Audrey Graupmann Eickhof Barbara Beatty Phillips
Barbara Bierer Long
Barbara Breland Roussel Bonnie Frank
Carol Ann Leslie Wilson Charlene Rennoe
Delta Theta Chapter
Dirl Sensing Wilson
Doriel Goltz Parkinson
Dorothv Donlen Shepard Elizabeth Paul Hook
Elizabeth Romine Coffey Cale Rrittin Fisher
Gloria Cunningham Row land Grace Bieber Wuest
Heidi SlusarHarris Indianapolis Alumnae Janis Chumley Price Janis Tremble Nelson Jean Houghton Woodard Jean Marcy Sells
Jewell Holtsinger Hodge
$ $ $ $ $ $ $
50,000+ 25,000+ 10,000+ 5,000+ 2,000+ 1,000+ 500+ 250+ 100+
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Joan Moore Hancock
Joyce Morway
Karin Gustafson Nelson Kathy Brakefield Sowell Kimberly Campbell Hamilton Kristie Prichard Ryan
Lenette Thompson
Linda Hendrixson Fuson Linde Tucker Pflaum
Liz Chaffin Ramsey
Lori Korn Goede
Lori L Curci-Reed
Marianna McAllister LaRue Marilyn Rose Herman Martha Peeler Moore
Mary Alice Burch Fizer MaryAnne Morgan McAdams Nashville Area Alumnae Northern VA Alumnae Patricia Cowley Hardy Phyllis Casteel Gilson
Pi Delta Chapter
Rachel Allen
Rebecca Brown Davis & Theresa Davis Roberta Miller-Rosenow
Roth Estes Trager
Sarah Ihde Dore
Sharon Crouch Liddell Shirley Pinneke Knipfel Sigma Tau Chapter
Sky Ruhlman Louapre Southern Orange Co Alumnae Tamee Dark
Virginia Weadock Whitney Van Arsdel Zoe Williams
Patrons/Platinum
Aileen Wright-Bacon
Babs Carle Collins
Baton Rouge Alumnae
Becki Carl Stutz Champaign-Lrbana Alumnae Clara Slack Farmer
Dian Poole Volkmer
Donna Nellums Kumar Elizabeth Speer Chittum
Ellen Andersen Hart
Greater Tarrant Cnty Alumnae Jane Evins Leonard
Jo Beth Walling Heflin
Judith Irle Thompson
June Heck Knabusch
Kathrvn Romano Mayer
M. Kathleen Conver
Mariellen Perkinson Sasseen Marjorie Stevens
Martha Griffith Houston
Mary Jane Bell Sharp
Nancy Carr Garrett
Nancy Moyer McCain
Palo Alto Alumnae
Patricia Haller Harbach Philadelphia Alumnae Piedmont NC .Alumnae Rebecca Admire Herman Rebecca Shook Weinberg San Gabriel Valley Alumnae Stephanie Crews Sundock Uleta Bruny-Fils
Virginia Hasson Bruner
Patrons/Gold
Ann Alley Kington Aurora Toth
Cami Wacker
Carol Fries Caywood Carolyn Diener
Carolyn Kohler Driscoll Carolyn Oliver Collier Catrina Oliszewski Mayo Charlotte Blandford Flatt Chi Psi Chapter
Chicago West Suburban Alumnae Ellen Hanes
Jan Johnson Slagowski
Jane Campion Leininger
Jane Fagg Francis
Jayne Ann Owens Woods Jeanne HaysCrippin Jennifer Spencer Pitcher
Jill Macev Bourns
Judi Foster Gulledge
Julie Martin Efferson
Karen Morgan Bucklee Karla Keller Trout
Karma Robertson Clark Katherine Hankamcr Norris Kathleen Rippel Holmes Kathryn M. Sapio
Little Rock Alumnae
Lydia Charalambakis
Man Hittle Cartwright Melody Jones
Merrilvn Cook
Mildred Derryberry Dodd Montgomery Alumnae
Nina Mirabile Noska Patricia Wolfe Skavdahl Reta Allen McKannan Roxanne Mankin Cason Sally Terry Morris
Sheila Starkey Kaurin
Stacy Brogren
Theta Psi Corporation Toledo Area Alumnae Triangle Alumnae
Valerie Smith Stimpson
Patrons/Silver
Abigail Rosenberger Alexandra Rowley Alice Jo Ellis Rainville
Alice Wenzlalf Knapp Alison Redford Smiley Alpha Delta Chapter Amelita Colangelo Amy Fischer Reavis Amy Worsham
Angela DeSensi
Angela Kramer Fitzmorris Angela Litchfield
Angela Marshall Hardin
Angie Hirsch Holman
Ann Petersen Howel
Ann Wise
Anne Davidson Brussee
Anne Lebreton Dawson
Anne Smith Jones
Arden Vanschaack Carlson Arlene Eckerle McDonald Arley Berwald Hulstrand Audrey Hoenshell Hopkins Barbara Daugs Hunt
Barbara Eicke Armstrong Barbara Smith Pearce
Barbara Sprunk Patroulis
Beth Swartz
Beverly Cade Ernest
Beverly Johnson Atkins Beverly Lutz Morse Bloomington-Normal Alumnae Bobbie Meeler Sahm
Bobbv Stanton
Bucks County Alumnae
Carol Fries Casperson
Carol Intenzo Freitas
Carole Darling Kashner
Carole Hooper Francis
Carolyn Hudgins
Carroll Mites Bross
Cathy de Wolfe
Cathy Montgomery Yashar Charlotte Burton Bray
Cheryl Swanson Stephenson Chicago City Alumnae Christina Carlson Dodds Christine Abbay
Colleen Caban Reed
Connie Prohaska Underwood Connie Zaner
Dana Baumgardner Kluft
Dana Varbel Curtis
Darby Justice Reed
Deborah Harper Stillwell Deborah Weaver Lang
Debra Xander O'Donnell
Denise Renaghan Collie
Detroit North Suburban Alumnae Diablo Valley Alumnae
Diane Kellogg Pellettiere Diane Tippens Kennedy Dina D'Gerolamo Dolores Rhodes
Donna Gude Barwick Donna Hare Cunningham Dorothy Doten
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AOII International
Capital Campaign
Donors
Dorothy Hartshorn Kortepeter Dorothy Warenskjold
East Bay Alumnae
Eileen Freeman Pleticha Eileen Krueger Haeberle Elaine Floro Zirakian
Elaine Nelson MacKenzie Eleanor Hempstead Savage Elizabeth Frankenberg Elizabeth Gabriel McGann Elizabeth Matheney Bradley Elizabeth Widger Johler Eloise Moffett Harper Emily Hart Bishop
Erin Forte
Florence Nash Lednum Frances Tartaglione
Francis Communication Gamma Theta Chapter Geraldine Haskew Brittain Greater Harrisburg Alumnae Greater Pinellas Alumnae Harriett Houston Cale
Hilda Ott Micari
Hollace Williams Briskman Hope Hurst Lanham
Irene Wagar Oestrike
Irene Woodworth Shephard Jackie Lynch
Jamie Wuttke Kocher
Jana Davis
Jane Engel Allen
Jane Lages
Jane McCormick
Jane Scully Taylor
Janella Carpenter
Janet Holmes Linsenmaier Janet Pierce Conway
Janet Pond Wright
Janice Witt Purkey
Jennifer Bergman Anhiziger Jennifer Lynch
Jennifer Pilling Stopkey Jennifer Price
Jennifer Starmer
Jill Brue
Joan Brooks Landry
Joan Kautz
Joan Vahle Herron
Joan WaUick Vanzo
Joanne Terrel Upton
Jodi Epstein Harger
Joy Tolfman Lashley
Joyce Clark
Judith Boyles Luzadder Judith Melvin Thornburg Judith Rogers
Karen Betz Habiger
Karen Brown Rowley
Karen Glendinning Givens Karen Kennelly
Karen Olsen Peterson
Karen Scott Wilson
Karla DiGrazia
Katherine Kane Helppie Katherine Muller
Kay Estill Seale
Kay Gomillion Jones
Kelly James Moore
Kim Kennedy Gibbs
Laura Nichols Lipscomb Laura Weathersby
Lauren Jinks Walawender Lesley Dunn Ewald Lexington Alumnae
Linda Brownfield Liermann Linda Cultice Webb
Linda Fitzgerald
Linda Stephenson Martineau Lisa Brown Pearson
Lisa Darnley Cooper
Lisa Maleski Parker
Long Island Alumnae
Loren Baim
Lori Hummel
Lori Johnson
Lou Anne Moon Bunnel Lynda Ray
Lynn Reagan Samuels Macomb Co Alumnae
Marcia Kyle Rinehart
Marcia Rowbottom
Margaret Benton Russell Margaret Mcllwaine Peacock Margaret Vines Lewis Marian Clark Hill
Marilyn Dumm Dickinson Marilyn Faris
Marilyn Reng Bell
Marjorie Boyles Carl
Marjorie Hopp Mitchell
Martha Leonard Harrison Mary Ann Beckman Zabel
Mary Anne Wolfersberger Mona Mary Brace Pitcairn
Mary Nellis Stahlman Maryann Tiemann Melinda Moore Robinson Michelle Kohnen
Miriam Mclnnis Kimball Monique Ansolabehere Roberts Montreal Alumnae
Muncie Alumnae
Nancv Crosslin Davis
Nancy Niemeier Cheadle Nancy Perko Bussing
Nancy Thornhill Nicks
Natasa Pajic
Nicole Branch King
Nikki Burdette Taylor
Norma Sawyer Bryan
Northern Kentucky Alumnae Orit Goldberg Rappaport Pamela Bonk Bahney Pamela Webb Mearsheimer Patricia Batchelor Penning Patricia Genskow Hougaard Patricia Plank Bergstrom Patricia Smith Ewen
Paula Bourgeois Daigle
Paulette Ranieri DiGiannantonio Pauline Moore Carman
Phyllis Steffan Windeler
Phyllis Zaremba
Roberta Ruth Peterson
Rockford Alumnae
Rosa Soltesz Zingarella
Rose Russell Moore
Sally Baum Nordlund
Sally Hietpas Legleiter
Sally Stiver Beil
San Diego Alumnae
San Jose Alumnae
Sara Billings Blubaugh
Sara Patterson
Sarah Holt
Sharon Johnson Yokley Sheila Powers Wright Sherry Fisher Tarwater Shirley Camp Belke Sigma Chi Chapter Simone Scialdo Krasan Stacy Schemenauer Stacy Stapleton
Sue Geoghegan Daubenheyer Susan Bloxham Waldrop Susan Kellogg
Susan Meredith
Susan Pauli
Susan Ward Nally
Susanne Ofiaro Banks
Tanna Seever
Toni Flowers Morgan
Trish Shelton Moxon
Valerie Wiesneth Downs Virginia Hayworth Wilcox Virginia Johnston Francis Virginia Jones Arnold Virginia Sanders Huddleston Virginia West
Wendy Moon Bolyn
Wendy Ransbury
Other Gifts
Adele Miskie
Aileen Hagan
Alice Pass McHugh Alison Amatulli Leverage Alison Tribble Bachus Alysen Mayes
Amy Agnesini
Amy Frankhouser Familo Amy Savells Rodgers
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Andi Jeffers
Angela Holland Mills
Angela Panelli Ernstrom
Ann Conlon Griesmer
Ann Easley Vickers
Ann Heishman
Ann Trent
.Anne Mayo Girata
Anne Stevens Whetstone Annemarie Jensen Godston Annie Wade Bearden
Arlene Rieker Montgomery Barbara Eskew Cannon Barbara Gilliland Johnson Barbara Hartman Giese
Becky Schoonover
Betty Busby Clem
Bettv Coons Bacskay
Betty Crews Dalton
Betty Isza Bairn
Betty Viergever Linacre Beverly Bell Marks
Beverly Guyerson Pinyerd Carmel Gabriele Kaiser Carolyn Kober Howerton Carri Jeffries Keaton
Caryn Pedrotti
Catherine Hodges Hamilton Catherine Roberts Lavigne Cathy Bankston Guider Charlene Weaver Kobida Cheryle Geesey Barker
Cindy Nugent Allega
Cori Oilman Roush
Cynthia Nulman
Cynthia Wagemann Cubberlev
Dana Dow Kastory
Deborah Blofeld Morris Debra Barker
Debra Cecil Jacobs
Diana Hastings
Dina Bertolini
Doris Francke Schipper
Doris Wells Bishop
Dorothv Barrow Atwell Dorothv Dell Lough
Dorothv Kinman
Eleanor Beshgetoor DiLuigi Elizabeth Charlton Lindsey Elizabeth Christrup Callaway Elizabeth Gordy Schulz Elizabeth Lemkey
Elizabeth Roy
Elizabeth Tice Stewart Elizabeth Valentine Daudt Erika Nardone
Erika Wolf
Evelyn Coker Kleber
Fill Lamas Menzelos
Gail Jasiewicki Higbee
Geri Geller Wilt
Gloria Bedell Miller
Greta Fruhling
Harriet Colter McQueen Helen Sehorn Bryan Holly MacCluer Roper Hope Parish Brazzell Ingrid Blom Sheldon Jackie Klo
Jaeklyn Sano Conti Jacksonville Alumnae Jacqueline Sheffield Autrey Jaimee Beitz
Jana Wasden Walker Janet Looby Morgan Janice Honea Zahrly Jeanne Appleman Kugler Jeannette Kooistra Finch Jennifer Colwell
Jennifer Smith Jenny Bower Fair Jill Badje
Jill Carpenter
Jill Soost
Jillayne Lewis
Joan Hoffman Smith
Joan Miller Smith
Joan Mistal Sackheim
Jodi Colli
Jodi Geno
Julie Bonner
Julie Metzger
Kappa Alpha Chapter
Karen Kopert Meeks
Kari Durham
Karla Moreno
Kathryn Current Lemasters Kathryn Rudey
Kathy Dix Scharfman Kimberly Jones
Kristen Ewing
Kristie Brewer
Laura Dexter Gordon
Laura Gavrelis Blomquist Laura McCabe Harty
Laurie Betz
Liesl Reiners Schutt
Lina Matthews Bowyer Linda Foy Boothe
Linda Patterson Braden
Lisa Coker Prescott
Loren Rosenzweig
Louise Karsh Archer
Louise LaMoureux Meldrum Luella Boonstra Boaz
Lynn McAlister Christman Mabel Klisch Deal
Marcia Overton
Margaret Schalk Barnett Marianne Hyndman Seiz Marilyn Kulp Endsley Marilyn Mees Doerr Marjorie Carter Dillingham Marjorie Osborn Roeder
Martha Tate Rudisill Mary Adams Burger
AOII International Capital Campaign Donors
Mary Beasley
Mary Ellen Snyder Pollack Mary (idles Johnson
Marv Gordon Widrig
Marv Jane Chesterson
Mary Jane Palo Levi
Marv Koster Martin
Mary Lowry Silk
Mary McHugh Cosentino Mary Sluiter Giger
Mary Taylor McClellan Melanie Hutcherson
Melissa K. Hammel
Meredith Arant
Mia Fabiochi Ahmed
Michele Gemskie
Michele Scott
Michelle Clifton Cooper
Mo Naylor
Monroe Alumnae
Nancy Diehl Dear
Nancy LeCompte Slack
Nancy Schmidt Toomey
Nancy Wayson Clayton
Nancy Wood Pond
Norma Rowe Kiesel
Orlando Alumnae
Pamela Falle Clay
Pamela Trautman
Patricia A. Larson
Patti Wade Barnes
Phyllis Harvey Chambers Phyllis Wright Hill
Rebecca Anderson Morgenson Rebecca Creech Nimnicht Rebecca Woods Garrett Rebekah Watson Ferguson Rosemary Daniel Haley
Saylee Urig Kerr
Shelly Graves Stevenson
Sonia Kazarov
Stephanie Jiannetto
Suburban Maryland Alumnae Sue Dinehart
Susan Corona Lynch
Susan Daiger Schell
Susan Sullivan
Susan Wayenberg Hinz Susana Byrne McComb Tammy Byard Cowan
Traei Perkins Caplan
Virginia Randt Elgin
Warren Gill
Wendy Porter
Williamsburg Alumnae Winston-Salem Alum
Zenet Knapp Schissler


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The woman who wrote the first book on stretch exercise in 1969, and who came out with the popular video "Moving to
Mozart" is charging that "America's Phys Ed Style of exercise is
the very reason the U.S. is experiencing an obesity epidemic."'
After years of teaching and writing about exercise from the venue of the classical dancer, Ann Wheeler Smith, Omega
(Miami U), is taking on the exercise establishment
This soft-spoken, articulate AOII in her 70s is trying to change the course of exercise and bring logic to the subject
by telling people to think for themselves and take charge of their own health.
"It is becoming one big bureaucracy of trendy hype-health clubs, persona] trainers, classes, machines and accessories. It
would be justified if it was working, but it's not Americans are getting bigger and bigger. The problem is our exercise scien- tists are trained in, and perpetuate, their sports conditioning
style that has no relevance to the majority population."
Ann believes that the government is part of the problem. "Football coaches, Olympic stars, astronauts and Schwarzeneggers are appointed figureheads of The
President's Council on Fitness and Sports, and they represent the same exercise style. It's meant well, because we adore
our heroes, but it sends the wrong message. What percentage of our population is actually headed for the NFL, the
Olympics or lives as movie muscle men? Is that the exercise most people really need? I don't think so."
A classical dancer who adapted the basic stretch exercises of the ballet and modern dancer to the non-dancer s body, Ann
Smith wrote the first book on stretch exercise in 1969. Since then, she has written four more books on exercise,
including a reissue of "Stretch, Celebrity Exercise" and many articles for magazines like Seventeen, Ladies Home
Journal, health and education publications plus newspaper syndication, radio, television, and guest teaching through-
out the U.S. and Europe.
Caging Gracefully


Ann Wheeler Smith helps others look and feel their best
She regularly teaches the dancer's stretch exercise in the Washington, D.C., area, where men and women of all ages and body conditions take her classes for health, figure improvement, plea- sure and physical therapy. She teaches basic understand- ing of exercise as a natural body function equal to eating and sleeping, that people can implement into their lives through natural, daily movement patterns that will maintain their basic good health. She then teaches people how to determine which
movement style will give them the visual image they aspire to have.
In 1997, she started putting her work on video with the production of "Stretch Exercise with Ann Smith,*' also marketed as "Stretching for Seniors." Their success led to the two-volume edition of "Moving to Mozart" in 1999 and "Rise and Shine" to be released in September 2001. Her videos have been picked up by a major distributor and will be available most everywhere this fali Until then, they are available from Amazon.com, Transitions for Women (1-800-888-6814), Acorn
(1-888-870-8047) and through other catalogs.
In addition to her teaching and lecturing, she is also working on an mterdisciplinary Master's degree at American U in Washington, D.C., to formalize her interest in Physical Fitness and Aging. She is a member of the Fifty-Plus Fitness Organization in Palo Alto, California, and a consultant for the Center for the Study of Aging in Albany, New York. In her personal life, she has been married 50 years, has three children and seven grandchildren. Two sisters were also members of Alpha Omicron Pi. Older sister Mary Lou Wheeler Omeis is also an Omega Chapter (Miami U) member, and younger sister Martha Wheeler Monnett is a
Chi Delta from the U of Colorado.
i Moving
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to Mozart zuitfiAnn Smith
Classic Exercise for an Ageless Body


'America's Phys Ed Style of exercise is the very reason the U.S. is experiencing an obesity epidemic."
teaches fier technique
Rise and Shine
To be released in September. "Rise and Shine" is aimed
at the concept that if you do just a few minutes of exercise every
morning before dressing, it is easy to make exercise a daily habit This fun video is presented in seven 3-4 minute sections to correspond with the seven days of the week. Instead of the usual tights and leotard presentation, Ann presents
these video segments in pajamas.
Moving to Mozart
This two-volume set is classic exercise for an ageless body. Ann states, "Mozart believed that music shoidd be pleasing to the ear. I believe that exercise should be pleasing to the body. Combine the two, and you've got something that works for everybody." These videos teach relaxation, alignment breathing, flexibility, stretching,
strengthening, proportioning and body style.
Stretch Exercise With Ann Smith
Also released under the title "Stretching for Seniors," this was her first video. The exercise is slow, continuous
stretching that flows from the inside to create a healthy, well-proportioned body with muscles that are taut rather than bulging. It's painless, easy and energizing, and it works for any age, sex or body type. It's especially good
for older people and those with arthritis or osteoporosis.
Exercise After Breast Surgery - Moving With Grace and Pride
This innovative 14-minute video is designed to help women recover their range of motion after breast surgery and aid in aUeviating the affects of cancer treatments, chemotherapy and radiation. Ann has taken her own personal experience with breast cancer surgery and developed this recovery program
to help others struggling with trendy aerobic methods. Used two to three times per week, this video can benefit women even if their surgery was years ago. The routine opens the chest keeping the muscles toned and stretched. This video is currently available directly
horn her. Write to: Ann Smith, 107 S. West St #326, Alexandria, VA 22314.
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The video is $10 plus $3.50 for mailing.
Ann is groCWUsfy donating allprofits from the Sales of
this video to breast cancer researdh
by Mariellen Editor, Alpha Delta
Perkinson
(U of Alabama).
Sosseen,


In Their Memor
Alpha Omicron Pi honors the following sisters who have passed away during the last biennium. A beautiful candlelighting ceremony is preformed during AOII International Convention as a tribute to their memory. This list includes the names of those members whose death was reported between April 1, 1999 and March 31, 2001, and is published in the summer issue of each Convention year.
Alpha Gamma Washington State U Billy Evans
Esther Hawley Williams
Alpha Omicron Louisiana State U Margaret Abshire
Natalie Cronan Alexander Betty Keeny Cartwright Jane Savage Leithead
Alpha Phi
Montana State U Dorothy Garrett Bainton Margrette Gray Brown Judith Boiler Dickerson Ebba Young Jussila Valine Mietzner Reed
Alpha Pi
Florida State U Eugenia Stathis Haramis Bobbie McFee James Mary Ratdiff Klein Myrtle Harris Lowe
Alpha Rho
Oregon State U
Eloise Weisserl I'luter Martha Hilands
Alvilda Pearson Hogansen Jeanne Attig Lessel Suzanne Kinnel Scroggin Nancy Curry Worley
Alpha Sigma
L of Oregon
Frances Dodds
Julie Campbell Heaton Georgie Davidson Lowden Nila Dodd McDonald Stephanie Odell McMinn Betty Skofstad Meier Dorothy Hallin Miller
Luola Benge Rehfeld Vivian Bjorklund Schaei'ers Patricia Milburn Ward
Alpha Tau Denison U
Hope Home Flemer Jean Yoder Giffin Margaret Montgomery Hammond
Irma Hudson Morrow Barbara Mueller
Alpha Theta Coe College Kristen Abatie
Beta Gamma Michigan State U Charmion Griwold Annis Ann Temple Balcam Helen Lee Foster Margaret George
Nancy Willis Griffiths Dorothy McClernan Sharon Crissman Schwab Elizabeth Muzzall Scott
Beta Kappa
U of British Columbia Beverley Guy Clark
Sharon Wright Miles Lavenie Dean Perkins Mary McKelvey Stewart Dorothea Powell Wiens
Beta Lambda
Illinois Wesleyan U Stephanie Hobson Dorothy Kasey Frye Marthanelle Foley Hantz Mary Jeter Harms
Audrey Smith Hiller
Jane Price Jay
Mildred Cooper Peters Evelyn Gilbert Rhodes Catherine Edwards Royer Mary Derr Sisterosb Helen Spencer Straesser Ruth Thompson
Patricia Schad White
Beta Pi
Eastern Michigan I Carol Rushton Garner Janice Layher Hesse
Beta Tau
I of Toronto Margaret Hill Yule
Beta Theta Butler I
Eleanor Mills
Ava Reddick Newlin Aurzella Magel Osier
Chi
Syracuse U
Thelma Casey Burnett
Claire Brown Cox
Emily Sadelmyer French Elsie Himberg Gillette Marjorie Streeter Knapp Glenna VanVelde Richardson Rose Milwick Riley
Mary Sander
Helen Janota Taylor
Chi Beta
U of Virginia Alexandra Shoch
Chi Delta
U of Colorado
Frances Ladwig Benson Marilyn Wirth Carleton Carolyn Murray Child Gladyce Hart Christiansen Marsha Pack
Cynthia Walker Thomas Ruth Kanavel Wolfe
Chi L a m b d a
D of Evansville Mabel Landis
Emily Hard Sanderson Marjorie Stovall
Ruth McGinness Trott Louise Vickery
Delta
Tufts L
Margaret Beattie
Dorothy Hilton Downs Barbara Glidden Dwyer Margaret Rourke Graham Margot Krikorian Margaret Wilson Logan Barbara Petersen
Tracy Roup
Virginia Lynde Tobey
Delta Beta
II of Louisiana at Lafayette
Lorelei Dehart
Delta Delta Auburn I Janice Pierce
Delta Epsilon Jacksonville State U Crystal Burdette
Delta Omega Murray State U Nancy Nash Killebrew Fay Ray
Delta Sigma
San Jose State I Nancy Granewich Adams Denise Aydelott Krell
Epsilon
Cornell U
Marjorie Ellenberg Carnes Elizabeth Herick Clark Lasbeth Davis Clark Eloise Kelly Dolan
Mary MacCarthy Emslie Jean Maloney Jenkins Shirley Jolls
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Epsilon Alpha Pennsylvania State U Ruth Davis Bartlett Myrtle Binney
Gertrude Bryant
Betty Cannon
Grace Fuchs Falkenburg Frances Speicher Fileger Daisy Tomich Hart
Grace Bergholz MacAfee Gail Nicely
Laura Stel'anak Reese Frances Christine Russ
Eta
U of Wisconsin Dorothy Palmer Bundy Dorothy Schleid Fisher Mary Devine Sorenson Margaret Rasmussen Winn
Gamma
II of Maine
Virginia Tufts Chaplin Barbara Day Fitzhenry Evelyn Gleason Rawson Ruth Savage Wiswell
Gamma Sigma Georgia State U Rita Homer Kennon Sharon Held Murray
Iota
U of Illinois
Lois Davis Caldwell
Dorothy Miller Crouch Frances Lantz Dickinson Freda Klopienstein Ebert Mary Tritt Harper
Nancy Butterfield Holmgren Elaine Marozick Hughes Alice Gainer Jackson Georgianna Baker Johnson Mildred Wilcox Lewis
Judith Midcap Marks
Ann Lavenden McDonald Betty Alvey Pitzer
Eleanor Steinert
Martha Peters Strien
Ethel Brooks Thompson Ruth Link Uhler
Sylvia Andrews Wallin Mary Jens Williams
Iota Alpha
Idaho State U
Shirley Fullmer Downer
Kappa Randolph-Macon Woman's College Nadine Pillot Cuenod Mary Wilson Edmunds
Kathryn Place Fairleigh
Jeppie Adams Gallalee
Bettie Casey Heppe
Nancy Adams Hopkins
Sarah Hamner Lee
Elizabeth Kirkpatrick Simpson
Kappa Alpha
Indiana State I Susanne McCarthy Holmes Angela Lynch
Kappa Gamma
Florida Southern College Elizabeth Pound Annis
Jean Woods Parker
Kappa Kappa Ball State U Ellen Eggers
Kappa Omega
I of Kentucky
Heidi Serrano Whitaker
Kappa Omicron
R h o d e s C o l l e g e Carrie Johnson Friesen Charlese Pepper St John
Kappa Phi McGiUU
Lynn Smith MacKay Anita Damato Neale Clover Morrison Pollitt Dorothy Weir Stalker
Kappa Rho
Western Michigan U Shirley Kerner Neinas
Kappa Tau
Southeastern Louisiana L Dorothy Robinson
Kappa Theta
I of California-Los Angeles
Norma Marshall Ackel Marion Beswick Beidler Gertrude Long Clyne
Mary Mather Reinhardt Cox Joan Maring Horn
Barbara Dean Kapell Virginia Watson Kratt
Nancy Laughlin
Elizabeth Scott Lewis Eleanore Corwin McHenry Lucile Burbeck Pannell Beatrice Leahy Phelan Marjorie Shiplett Quinn Gwendolyn Thompson Ward
Lambda Omega
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Stanford L
Adele Gist Davis
Florence Stanley Markley Georgann Barrett Perelli- Minetti
Harriet Day Robbins
Lambda Sigma
L of Georgia
Frances Adams Carter Dorothy Douglas Greene Janelle Willoughby Hammett Lauren McKinnon
Virginia Bradshaw Smith Marcia Cornwell Spargur
Lambda Tau
I of Louisiana at Monroe Marjorie Mullens
Susan Wade
Wm
He* York U
Gladys Moeller Drumm
Ruth Wilson Dunn Jacqueline Masterson Shortal
\ u Beta
U of Mississippi Marguerite Carbone
Nu Iota
Northern DJinois U Derrilyn Knudtson Lippe Elizabeth Secrest
\uKappa
Southern Methodist U Winona Blaine Daniels
Mary Turner Dawson Frances Cummings Swanson Mildred Browne Waskom
\u Lambda
I of Southern California Delerys Sturdevant dePaolo Beverly Holbert Karbo
Nu O m i c r o n
V anderbilt L*
Louise Cecil Bennett
Jean Jones Bradfute Louise Patton Childers Barbara Horsetield Denny Jessie Garnett Early
Sarah Wharton Holt Frances Beasley Hudson Virginia Moore Jackson Nancy Siler King
Grace McVeigh
Miami L
Jayne Johnston Allen Barbara Ray Benya Marie Elliston Berge Harriet Beaton Clark Eleanore Giles
Patricia King Henry Anne Witte Hodges Virginia Senseman Hoy Ann Vanvoorhis Keller Ruth Brillhart Stanley
Omega Omicron L a m b u t h I
Carole Chandler
Joan Albright Hassell
Omicron
U of T ennessee Harriett Dooley
Mary Stokely Eberts Elizabeth Swan Heim Wynne Henley
Delia Peet Hickman Mary Black Martin Evelyn Grant McCarty Jane Luttrell Pettway Mary Sawyer Popp Vivian Logue Seymour Betty Bailey Sharp Margaret Reeves Wagner Helen Hobson West
Omicron Pi
U of Michigan
Sarah Bonine Balyeat Avis McCrillis Duckworth Mary Behymer Gabler Cathleen Clifford Hale Catherine Swartz Hulbert Irene Doherty Matheson Pauline Woodward Nelson Anna Gabler Sparrow AidaWeber
Phi
I of Kansas
Ruth Daniels Dobson
Jean Murduck Gable
Hazel Ernest Haller
Ellen Davis Kell
Frances Thompson Raynolds
Phi Alpha
East T ennessee State I* Mary Hudson
Pamela Turton Norkas


Phi Lambda Youngstown State I Barbara Kleeh Raupple Betty Rousher
P h i O m i c r o n Hanover College Ann Trittipo Bagot Donna Strettar Sheridan
Phi Sigma
U of Nebraska-Kearney Shirley Opperman
Phi Lpsilon PurdueU Aileen Bean
Nancy Ravenscroft Koons
Pi Tulane U
Charline Bayon Duvic
Pi Delta
U o f M a r y l a n d
Martha Temple Alderson Jane Howard Anderson Barbara Hargrave Burges Margaret Dwyer Grigg Olyure Hammack Heise Clara Cary McMahon Mary Webb Murray Beverly Reinstedt Neiman Martha Cannon Strange Carolyn Vogt Taylor
Pi K a p p a
U of Texas-Austin
Helen Deathe
Mary Naumann Douglas Shirley Reichert McCracken
Psi
U of Pennsylvania Marian Schussler Belcher Edolia Forchetti Fabii Blanche Yeo Reiff Elizabeth Herbst Truitt Lydia Schilling Wetherill
Rho
Northwestern I
Jeanne Fox Brennan Katherine Gridley Evans Janet Anderson Hamilton Elinor Wallace Hendrickson Eileen Frawley Holmes Margaret Johansen
Barbara Thacker Johnson Bernice Leeborg
Florence Helstrom
Arleen Rensis Reiss
Alma Seegmiller
Peggy Young Shefferly Sidonia Spinka
Stella Peterson Stieglitz Alyce Dickey Wagner Betty Ross Wyllie
Mae Barlow Yocum
R h o O m i c r o n
Middle T ennessee State U Tatanya Carmichael
Rachael Yarbrough Jerving
Sigma
U of California-Berkeley Joan Darby Bacon
Martha Quayle Boydstun
Doris Jamieson Cooper Barbara Clayton Emanuels F.vehn Kendall Fielder
Marion Force Haswell
Marvis Campbell MacDonald Barbara Bigelow Oberlander Katherine Willoughby Orcutt Hallie Brunn Perry
Laura Bepler Wheeler
Sigma Lambda
U of Wisconsin-LaCrosse Bonnie L Hundrieser
Sigma Omicron Arkansas State II Martha Reid Farmer Amy Shelton
Claudia Province Shelton Dorothy Cameron Steiger
Sigma Phi California State I - Northridge
Debra Doctrow Alderton
Sigma Tau Washington College Constance Larrabee
Tau
I of Minnesota Marjorie Herrmann Cox Mildred Gulick Derby Mary Sieben French Helen Spencer Hacking Mary Hebberd
Kathryn Holm
Margaret Putnam Kempe Marion Keyes Lee
Carol Zachman Markert Kathryn Thiele Searight Marilyn Statler Taylor
Tau Delta
Birmingham Southern C o U e g e
Marjorie Stafford Branscomb Rheta Crim Greenhill
Sarah Faulk Herzberg
Leila Woodson Hodges Felicia McLaughlin
Harriet Chappell Owsley Lois Greene Seals
Tau Omega Transylvania U Adrienne Dantin
Tau Omicron
L"of Tennessee-Martin Linda Potts
Theta
D e P a u w
Elizabeth Houcky Armstrong Mary O'Rear Binkley
Helen Morton Bradley Katherine Davis Carter
Lela Fuller Carter
Louise Humphreys Combs Martha Downie
Olive Swindler Hughes Patricia Roper Hurbaugh Betsie WilliamsJefferis
Helen Walker Kessell
Virginia Rossman MacLennan Fae Houston Messersmith Marilyn George Poluzzi Patricia Simpson Ross
Inez Gardner Scully
Louise Waldorf
Alice Horn White
Theta Eta
I of Cincinnati
Loretta Connelly
Edith Krumme Hites
Jane Sterk MacKnight
Vera Hesterberg Schadewald Mary Smith
Hope Johnson Tiemeyer Marie Wilson
Theta Omega Northern Arizona U Susan Snyder
Vikki Weiss
Theta Pi
Wagner College
Colette Blessman Brubaker Anna Menna
T h e t a P s i
U of Toledo
Aileen Badger Ziegler
Upsilon
L of Washington
Ruth Nunan Bartells Connie Kane Bezer
Luella Young Carter
Mary Brooks David
Joan Rolston Farrow Frances Stillman Hodges Ethel McCart Jones Rosemary Killian
Edith Broom Nusbaum Patricia Shannon
Dorothy Smith
Constance Ellis Voelker Dorothy Hesseldenz Walker Aletha Huffman Wiehl Dorothy Watkins Wren
Lpsilon Epsilon St Louis I
Lisa Burch Kannas
L p s i l o n L a m b d a
L of Texas-San Antonio Kimberly Kitchens
Xi
I of Oklahoma
Alliena Crudgington
Dora Deane Childress Newman Mary Fox Squyres
Zeta
L of Nebraska-Lincoln Elsie Heumann Basoco
Betty Genzlinger Busby
Mary Critcs Fraser
Florence Hobbs
Bette Paine Logan
Kathryn Carver McKee Carolyn Bukacek McMichael Zetes Allingham Miller
Irene Barry Moore
Julia Simanek Pipal
Alice Humphrey Reed Bonnalyn Scott Rodwell Dorothy Hoy Roth
Ruth Palmer Schmelkin Adlyn Moeller Van Steenberg Anne Manchester Wirth Janet Nutzman Young
Zeta Pi
I o f A l a b a m a - Birmingham Amanda White
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alumnoe
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Shoring:
Themed Programmin;
Bozeman
"Senior Salad" is one of our best-attended events. The new members enjoy hearing about post graduation anecdotes from alumnae and play games such as AOII Jeopardy or something simi- lar. Our alumnae cookbook grows with new recipes, and we present Senior Kits and gifts to the chapter. Hie Senior Kits are always a high- light and welcomed with appreciation.
Calgary
One of our favorite events was on financial planning. A professional spoke on how to wisely invest our money and increase our dis- posable income.
Central NewJersey
We hold a popular "Murder Mystery Dinner." We've found a restaurant that hosts a local theater group. While they serve you dinner, the troupe performs an interactive play. Everyone enjoys the entertainment while socializing with our families and friends. Our "Goody Bag" meeting is also popular. Everyone's contributions are put togeth- er in individual bags to help the girls while they study for exams. We all have a great time putting the bags together for their special delivery!
Charlotte
One of the most well-attended meetings for the Charlotte Alumnae Chapter was our "College Night" We met at a localrestaurantknown for its coflegiate-themed menu. Members were asked to wear either AOII letters or something representing the university they attended. We also had a con-
signment box from the AOII Emporium for mem- bers to shop. It was a ftin evening for everyone!
Chicago City
In the past we have held 'Taste of Chicago" din- ners where we try various types of restaurants for our monthly dinners and lunches. This year we are expanding a bit and holding dinners at mem- bers' houses for a fondue party, dip party, wrap party, barbeque and more.
Detroit North Suburban
"2001, A Space Oddessy" reminded us of the movie, which parallels our Initiation to Eternity time line. Our speaker, Hellen McMahon, is an AOII and past director of the Air and Space Museum at the Smithsonian Institute. She spoke to a gathering of Beta Gamma, Kappa Rho and Lambda Eta collegians as well as Dearborn and Macomb Alumnae members. Her topic was "Women in Space."
EvansvilleTri-State
We hold a "Mock Baby Shower" for Little Lambs, a store for mothers who need assistance. If these mothers-to-be keep their doctor's appointments, they earn points to purchase donated items.
Ft Lauderdale
In March, we go to a local craft store to paint a ceramic piece. This is the third year for this event, and we have had a successful turnout every time. Each person can pick an item and decorate it as they please.
Greater Kansas City
At our "Mock Baby/Wedding Shower," each member brings a wrapped gift, and we take turns opening them. Then we donate the items to a local women's shelter.
Greater Lafayette
One of our members adopted a family for Christmas. During our December meeting, we brought along gifts for the children in the family instead of doing a gift exchange for ourselves.
Greater Los Angeles
We are "Traveling Around the World" this year. We started with a "Bon Voyage" party in
For this issue, w e asked o u r chapters t o share some oftheir favorite themed programming events. Some chapters submitted single event favorites, while some described how their entire year all ties into a single theme. These successful events can easily be adapted to work for almost any alumnae chapter
Bloomington-Normal
This year Bloomington-Normal Alumnae tried several new events. In October, we dressed up for Halloween and handed out stress balls to children at a local hospital. In the spring, the chapter held a "Fun and Fantasy" night for members and friends. This night included palm readers, psy- chics, etc. for all to enjoy.
Bowling Green
This idea was borrowed from another alumnae chapter, but it was our favorite program last year. It was called "My Best Friend's Wedding." We met at a church reception halL and everyone dressed in either their wedding veil, mother's dress or bridesmaid dress. We all brought our wedding albums or pictures of weddings we had been in. We even enjoyed a layer of wedding cake from a member's recent wedding, along with punch and nuts.
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Lehigh Valley Alumnae
Chapter


September, which was a great success. Everyone is so excited to travel to the differ- ent countries. Members get stamps for each country visited. The members with the most stamps are entered in a raffle at the end of the year "Welcome Home Party."
Greater Pinellas
Greater Pinellas Alumnae Chapter has a "Spirits of Christmas Brunch," w hich has become a tradition for the first Sunday in December. One of our members hosts this
event at her home. Everyone helps in some
way, either cooking, serving, setting up or cleaning. The men help with the cooking
and have a good time just visiting, while the women decorate and greet new arrivals. Rose napkin rings, made from red and green felt mate- rial, are used and given as souvenirs, if desired. Lots of hugs and many laughs are shared. This really is an event we all look forward to each year.
Hammond Area
We enjoy our "Christmas Tree Trimming Party" with the collegiate chapter. The Sunday that the collegians return from Thanksgiving, we meet in the chapter suite to put up a tree. We have a white tree with red garland, and everyone brings an AOII-related ornament We also put candy canes on the tree for the collegians to snack on. The alumnae bring hot apple cider, hot chocolate, food and hold a gift exchange.
Jonesboro
This year, we held several themed events. In October, we hosted "Bunko" after the monthly meeting. Everyone enjoyed playing the dice game while getting to know each other. In March, we hosted a "Murder Mystery" night. This always proves to be a popular event
Kentuckiana
The Kentuckiana Alumnae Chapter sponsored its 2ndAnnualAOIIRoseRunattheworldfamous Churchill Downs. We invited members to bring their families and friends and join us for an after- noon of fun and horse racing! In between races, we held special prize drawings for everyone hold- ing losing tickets, and then we gathered to catch up on the latest news. Chapter members were invited to stand in the winner circle for a photo with the winning jockey, owner and trainer. This event is one of our most popular and gives us the opportunity to make use of a fabulous historic landmark near Kentuckiana.
Kentucky Lakes
Our most popular event was our fall kick-off at a local outdoor restaurant We had 15 in atten- dance and had a wonderful time together.
Northern Virginia
We have themed our entire year 'AOII Road Trip." Each month, our activity revolves around a different area of the U.S. and Canada. Some events include a Chicago-style pizza and movie night, a day trip to New York City, a Mardi Gras social at Fat Tuesdays, and a luau.
NewYork/New Jersey Metro
Many of our events are "nights out" at local restaurants. One of our favorite is celebrating "Cinco de Mayo" at a Mexican restaurant We
NashvilleAreaAlumnaeChapter usuallyplantogoadayortwoearliertoavoid the crowds. Last year we all were given free
Knoxville
Fall Work Session is a new event for the Knoxville Alumnae Chapter. Although we have always worked together to get projects completed, this year we planned ahead, mettogetherin the mid- dle of August, and prepared mailings, gift items, assisted with collegiate recruitment preparations, and completed many projects that now are ready to go when the time of the event arrives. There were no time pressures, and we all enjoyed being together to plan for the corning year.
Lake County of Illinois
We have especially enjoyed our "Scrapbook and Stamping Party," as well as our "Bunco" event These events appeal to all ages and have been very successful for us.
Las Vegas
We held a birthday party for all our kids with a clown, cookies to decorate and a pinata. A baby sitter was hired to help so all ages could enjoy the party!
Lexington
Each year before Christmas, we hold an "Ornament Exchange." We go out to dinner at a local restaurant and then, over dessert, we exchangeourornaments,tryingtohangontoour favorites of the evening.
New Orleans
This year, the New Orleans Alumnae Chapter is focusing more on fun sisterhood activities and increasing our membership, and less on business meetings. We have added several new events to the calendar this year such as bowling, an ice hockey game and more! We have also kept some popular traditional events like Founders' Day, "Posh Paint Pub," and our annual Christmas din- ner where we collect panda bears for the local childrens' hospital.
Mexican sombreros that we wore proudly with our AOII shirts!
Ottawa
This year's best themed programming event for the Ottawa Alumnae Chapter was the "Welcome to Alumnae Status Ritual Meeting" in March 2000. Our hostess, Liz Portolese, turned her home into a virtual rose gallery. Graduating members of Gamma Chi Chapter were greeted with a poster with their pictures on the front door, sprays and bouquets of roses throughout the house, and even their pictures on the mantel and mirror in the living room were surrounded by roses. A very large cake, decorated with sugar roses, highlighted the refreshment table.
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Philadelphia Alumnae
Palm Beach County
Chapter
We hold a "Sweetheart Dinner" on the Saturday nearest Valentine's Day. Decorations are Valentihe- themed, and spouses and significant others are invited. The event is held at a member's home, and everyone brings a favorite food item.
PaloAlto
We had a very interesting event last year: 'AOII Antiques Roadshow." We allowed each member to bring two small items to be appraised by an antiques dealer we invited. We will hold it again next year, as everyone thought it was a great idea. We charged each attendee $10 for the appraisal andmadealittlemoneyforthechapteraswellas had an interesting meeting.


alumnae news Philadelphia
Each year in early January, the Philadelphia Alumnae Chapter hosts a "Mother/Daughter Dessert." We invite local collegians home for the holidays to bring their mothers for dessert at a member's home. Many of us bring our own mothers and/or daughters, too. Since we don't have a local collegiate chapter in Philadelphia, this is a great opportunity for us to interact with collegians, as well as to show them that AOII doesn't end with graduation.
Piedmont, NC
"Just Desserts Night" is a chance for our chapter members to gather for some decadent desserts and enjoy each other's company. It is also the one event we have to which chapter member's do not contribute by bringing or paying for items, as it is on the chapter!
Sacramento Valley
Our "AOII Cookies for Collegians" event is popu- lar and fun. We gather to assemble homemade cookie gifts to a collegiate chapter a few hours away and also share the cookies and recipes among ourselves. It is a very good sisterhood and alumnae recruitment activity. We pack the cook- ies in popcorn for sale and inexpensive shipping!
San Diego
There were quite a few places we never made it to in 2000 during our "Oh the Places Youll Go with AOII" themed meetings, so in 2001 we con- tinued our travels with an "Around the World with AOII" theme. For example, our destination in November was France, and our annual Masterpiece Auction to raise funds for the AOII Foundation had a distinctly French flair. Sisters, friends and family enjoyed French refreshments while bidding on beautiful handmade crafts, culi- nary wonders and masterpieces worthy of the Louvre at the lively auction.
San Fernando Valley
We enjoyed our event "Women Empowering Women." The featured speaker discussed how women can start a small portfolio to build up their investments.
San GabrielValley
The San Gabriel Valley .Alumnae Chapter planned its October meeting around a "Shine on Harvest Moon" theme. The meeting reflected harvesting and giving to others. Our Foundation Ambassador, Mary Ann Jenkins, shared the Foundation's Sheaf of Wheat message. Following
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the presentation, and in keeping with this harvest and giving theme, the chapter members filled Halloween goodie bags for the children of WINGS, a shelter for battered and abused women. Our chapter members left this meeting with warmth in their hearts and a loving spirit
Sarasota Area
We have held a theme partv for spouses and sig- nificant others to attend with us. The theme was "AOII Dinner Around the World." Everyone brought a covered dish inspired by a favorite country. As guests arrived at the gate to our host- ess' community, they were greeted and received their "V.I.P (Very Important Passenger) Pass" to board the "AOII Dinner Around the World Cruise." When they arrived at the condo, our social chair greeted everyone with a Hawaiian lei, and an official nametag complete with flags from various countries. Dinner included delicious items like Greek salad, spaghetti, Italian bread, and finished with desserts such as German choco- late cake and apple pie.
Suburban Maryland
Every year we have a holiday party held at a member's house. Spouses or significant others are welcome, and we all share a meal together. A fun gift swap game is played where you can steal a gift away from each other.
Tampa Bay Alumnae
The Tampa Bay Alumnae Chapter holds an annual tea party event in February in honor of the Gamma Theta Chapter at the U of South Florida. Both alumnae and collegians join together for Ritual, followed by a small reception.
Toledo Area
AOII pride and sisterhood has been carried out in this year's programming, and members are encouraged to show off their spirit at each meet- ing. For example, to kick off our panda collection
for Camp Busy Bee in September, each member wore black & white, our panda colors. We show our Halloween spirit by wearing a great hal- loween hat..big, smaU, goofy or scary! At that meeting we put together Halloween baskets for Ronald McDonald House. It's cruise-wear night when we hop aboard the SS AOII for our annual auction! And in December, we donned our holi- day attire as we collected coats for the Salvation Army Coat Drive.
Topeka-Lawrence
Our Salad Supper evening is one of the better attended events, with each attendee bringing a favorite salad with recipe. With so many of us on various diets, this brings in wonderful new recipes.
Toronto Area
In the spring of 2000, we held a Reunion in Toronto of all AOIIs within convenient traveling distance. We invited almost 1,000 women to this event, rejuvenating a feeling of fraternity and love among our sisters. We provided in each invitation a list of all AOIIs in their vicinity and train and hotel discounts. Later that night, groups of women went off with their chapter sisters to bond and reminisce. We will do it again in 2005!
Winston-Salem
Our best themed programming event was "\OII Round-Up" in the Fall It was a Western-themed barbeque and poduck served with our fall busi- ness/planning meeting. Lots of people like to see each other after taking time off in the spring. We also have a successful "Chapter Birthday Party" where we celebrate the chapter and everyone's birthday with a gift exchange. Our annual I10A party is a Hawaiian style luau dubbed the "AOIIneapple Party."
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Presidential Appointee
President George W. Bush has nominated Kristine Ann Iverson, Theta (Depauw U) to be Assistant Secretary of Labor for Congressional and hitergovernmental Affairs. She was previously the Legislative Director for Senator Orrin Hatch and served as Minority Staff Director for the Committee on Labor and Human Resources from 1988 to 1992. A native of Elgin, Illinois, she is a graduate of DePauw U and received her Master's Degree in Economics from George Mason U.
Educator Honored
Becky Tegeler, Phi Sigma
(U of Nebraska-Kearney) was honored this April with the Nebraska State Educators Association "Rookie of the Year Award." This award rec- ognizes new teachers who go above and beyond the call of duty to impact their students during their hectic first year of teaching. Becky was chal- lenged to teach children in a makeshift classroom on the Nebraska State Fairgrounds while her school was being renovated across town.
AOII Elected to
City Council
Robin Lee Beltamini, Iota (U of Illinois), has been elected to a 3- year term on the City Council of Troy, Michigan, a suburban Detroit community with a popu- lation of 85,000. Robin has served on the Troy Planning Commissionforfouryears. She adds this community service to her AOII commitment as secre- tary of Macomb County Alumnae Chapter.
New Alumnae Chapters
Alpha Omicron Pi is pleased
to announce the following alumnae chapter installations:
Columbia Basin, WA March 3,2001
Charleston, SC March 10,2001
New York Capital Region May 5,2001
This 41-year-old beach towel party favor goes along for some fun in the sun with two Epsilon Alpha classmates and their husbands. Bob and Barbara Isham (left) and Jim and Nancy Gilbert fright) cruise the Panama Canal together in March. Since 1997, all four have served as various instructors aboard cruise ships to enjoy their high seas adventure.
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Three AOII alumnae mother and daughter pairs attend the Orlando Area Founders' Day Celebration. From left: Emily Furlong, Nu Beta, and her mother, Mary Ann Caldwell, Tau Delta; Ann Taulbee, Nu Omicron, and daughter Laura Cassidy, Gamma Omicron; and Alison Presley, Alpha Delta, and her mother Becky Brinkrnan, Gamma Omicron.


Foundation Update
Arthritis Mini-Grant Program a Success!
Several alumnae and collegiate chapters took advantage of a new Foundation donor option only for chapters, the Arthritis Mini-Grant Program. Alumnaechaptershadaskedforawaytosupportalocal arthritis organization while still receiving recognition for Foundation support, and the mini-grant program was the answer! Here is how it works:
AOII Chapter sends a donation to the Foundation indicating that the gift is for the benefit of a specified local arthritis chapter or pro- gram. AOII Chapter receives Foundation recognition and credit to the chapter giving record in the usual way. The minimum donation for a mini-grant is $100.
Mini-Grants require only a short one page application process and Foundation approval is automatic based on previous receipt of the chapter gift during the current fiscal year (July 1 - June 30) and the proposed use of funds for an educational or charitable purpose, such as a local children's arthritis camp. Contact the Foundation for this application.
Each grant is assessed a $15 administrative fee to cover Foundation costs. For example, an AOII chapter gift of $500 means $485 would be available to a local arthritis chapter. Or the chapter can send an additional $15.
The total given through the Mini-Grant Program this year is $7,332! Participating chapters for 2000-2001 are Little Rock Alumnae, Chicago West Suburban Alumnae, Toledo Alumnae, Gamma Delta, Orlando Alumnae, San Jose Alumnae, Seattle Alumnae, and Sigma, which donated the entire proceeds of their First Annual Penny War to the Northern California Arthritis Chapter with a mini-grant request Thankstoeachchapterforyouradditionalpliilanthropy support this year!
Foundation Board Member Frankie Frazier Nordlund and the Foundation Jacqueminot Rose Garden at HQ. If you haven't ordered your rose i n honor or memory of someone special, contact the Foundation for the order form and instruc- tions. Each rose has a perma- nent marker with your message.
Planned Giving - Is It In Your Plans?
The Second Century Society (SCS) is a group of AOIIs who believe in a special type of gift that keeps on giving. Members of this donor group have made a commitment to a future gift to support the AOII Foundation.
A planned gift can be as simple as mcluding the AOII Foundation in your will or through adding a will codiciL There are many other choices for a future gift rornrmtment such as a life insurance policy that names AOII Foundation as the beneficiary, or a charitable trust Depending on your estate and tax planning needs, there is a planned gift format suitable for you.
Planned giving is endowing dreams and ensuring the future finan- cial stability of AOII programs! Unless otherwise restricted by
your gift plan, all SCS gifts and will bequests go into the perma- nent Foundation endowment, which provides annual income to support programs, scholarships and AOII educational grants. So what is your dream for AOII? For inf ormation on including AOII Foundation in your will and joining the SCS, contact the Foundation office.
Jessie's Journal
If you have not ordered your AOII Foundation Limoges, they are available for $135 plus $5 shipping and handling. Mail a check for $140 to the Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation, PO Box 395, Brentwood,TN 37024,orcallLaurieTaylorat(615)370-0920,for information or to place a credit card order. This is the third in the Founders' series of collectible boxes.
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At their Founders' Day ceremony, the Toledo Alumnae chapter presented an Arthritis Mini-Grant for $ 1,000 to Camp Busy Bee, the children's arthritis camp in Toledo.
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Sisterhood Activrties
Sonne of the most lasting AOII memories for our collegians will be the times they \
spentjusthavingfunandbuilding friend- I ships with their sisters. In this issue, several
of our chapters describe some of the fun
times they have shared together
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Alpha Chi
Western Kentucky U
Our favorite sisterhood activities are held at Gatbland when everyone gathers to eat pizza and visit It is a good chance to catch up with everyone when our schedules get hectic. We also look for- ward to our chapter retreats. This past fall, we went to the home of one of our advisors for a cookout and pumpkin carving. For fall break, we planned a trip to go white water rafting and spend the night in a cabin. The weather was a bit chilly, but overall the trip was a blast!
Alpha Delta
U ofAlabama
We have "Big Sis/Little Sis" parties when every- one exchanges gifls for Halloween, Christmas and Valentine's Day. These small gifts brighten our days, and the socials allow us to spend quality time with each other. We also do something we call "Sister of the Week" where we recognize a sister for a small act of kindness that she has done for another. These are announced in chapter meet- ings, and a small prize is given.
Alpha Lambda
Georgia Southern U
AH Alpha Lambda sisters enjoyed traveling to the Mann Center in Georgia for a weekend of laugh- ter, food and sisterhood. While on the retreat we played games to help the new members learn everyone's name. The whole chapter spent the night in rustic outdoor cabins and spent hours sharing AOII memories.
Alpha Phi
Montana State U
Our favorite sisterhood activity was our "Jump, Jive & Jingle Christmas Party" complete with swing dancing instruction.
Alpha Psi
Bowling Green State U
Our Student Rec Center hosts an event called "The Big Playground." It features a velcro wall, sumo wresders, boxing and jousting for college students. Our entire chapter went to play and had a blast Later that day, we danced the night away and were voted best dancers by the DJs. We had many laughs during our plavground time!
AlphaTheta
Coe College
This year we held a new sisterhood activity called "Milk Shakes 'n Make Overs." This was afun evening of hanging out with sisters while giving beauty tips and munching on snacks. The event allowed us to get to know each other better, and a few new hair styles even came out of the evening. Overall it was a fun way to relax and spend time with each other.
Beta Gamma
Michigan State U
We held a scavenger hunt for the whole chapter
which involved teams taking Polaroid pictures of items on our Michigan State University campus.
Beta Tau Chapter (U ofToronto)
BetaTau
U ofToronto
This year the Beta Tau Chapter embraced sister hood. One of this year's most exciting sisterhood events was a pumpldn-carving contest We paired up big and M e sisters to see who could come up with the most original jack-o-lantern. From hilari- ous to haunting, this event was definitely a suc- cess. Through this event, AOIIs were able to engage in some friendly competition, while bond- ing with our new members. Alumnae came out to support and offer their judgment on the best carving, although no winner was chosen because they all were so great All of ourfestivepumpkins were displayed on the chapter's front porch on
Halloween for everyone in the neighborhood and Greek community to enjoy.
Chi Delta
U of Colorado
Our chapter enjoys painting pottery together. We have a place locally that comes to our house so we can paint here. Then they fire them and return them to us later. We also have a great evening of ice skating and hot cocoa.
Chi Epsilon
The Ohio State U
One of our best sisterhood activities is our new member retreat It is a sleepover where all the members of the chapter can become better acquainted with each odier. It is also a good bonding time and helps renew the spirit of AOII.
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Chi Lambda
U of Evansville
Our best sisterhood activity would be our "Rose Baskets" game. This is an event when members sit in a circle and each reflects about what AOII means to her. Members often tell personal stories that they might only share with their sisters. It is a serious but happy night filled with tears of sad- ness and laughter. The best part of the Rose Basket is the bonding - and re-prioritizing - that occurs afterward.
ChiTheta
Northeastern State U
At one of our favorite sisterhood functions, we were instructed to "take as much toilet paper as we thought we would need." After all the girls had taken their share off the roll, our CR (hair- man told us that for each square of toilet paper we took, we had to tell something significant al>out ourselves. It was so much fun. we laughed and joked and learned many interesting facts alxjut each other.
Defca
Tufts U
This winter we took a sisterhood ski trip to a local mountain. We choose an area that had a mountain lodge with a beautiful fireplace where those who didn't ski could gather. We later all joined together for hot cocoa around the lire.
Delta Beta
U of Louisiana at Lafayette
Our chapter holds an annual lx>nfire at one of our sister's houses. We have T-shirts made and ride out to the country together where we spend the evening roasting hot dogs and marshmal- lows. This night is usually "Big Sis/lil Sis" night, too, so it is particularly special to us.
Delta Delta
Auburn U
One of our favorite events is our progressive dinner. Sisters who do not live in chapter hous- ing provide their homes for the
others to come and eat part of a
meal together.
Passing the candle Is the dme when we put aside outside pressures and focus only on our sister- hood. This is a very special time for us, and we always leave with a renewed love for AOII and all that we stand for as sisters.
Delta Omega
Murray State U
Our "Sistersays" game is one of our favorite ways to bond. You can pour your heart out about what- ever you want, listen to your sisters pour their hearts out, maybe even cry. Sistersays sentiments are everything sisterhood is about - budding friendships that will last a lifetime.
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DukeU
We do a lip sync each year in a competition with other sororities. Our sisters have such a good time bonding as we make up dance steps and coordi- nate them with the music. We have a great tradi- tion of winning any lip sync we ever enter!
Epsilon Alpha
Pennsylvania State U
The best sisterhood activity we have is going to a park to play games and bond. This usually takes place right after recruitment when we have our new members. It is a great time of laughing and sharing secrets.
Epsilon Chi
Elon College
Our chapter has sisterhood events every Friday from 3-5pm, and once a month we have a chap- ter meeting designated for sisterhood. One of our best sisterhood activities is the Christmas exchange. Every sister brings a fun gift that costs no more than $10. In the beginning of the meet- ing we play fun getting-to-know-you type games. Then all of the sisters sit in a circle and do a gift exchange. After the gifts are exchanged we have refreshments and everyone socializes.
Epsilon Omega
Eastern Kentucky U
As a chapter, we do not have one particular sister- hood that we claim is our best We try to spend as much time together as possible aside from cam- pus activities. We go out to eat on a regular basis, w hich is always a lot of fun. We usually go to haunted houses together around Halloween. Also, we try to do as much as possible with our sister sororities. Last semester, we went roller skating with the Delta Zetas. We are constantly planning sisterhood activities because that is one of the mostimportantaspectsofourchapter.Itisalways fun to just hang out and have a big slumber
party on the floor.
Epsilon Sigma
Quincy U
At our sisterhood retreat, one of our activities was "Who's Feet Are These?" The sister in charge of the retreat took polaroid photos ahead of time of a few members feet and put them on a piece of poster board. The board hung up throughout the weekend and
Central Missouri State U
Delta P i incorporates sisterhood
every meeting as well as holding a sisterhood meeting once a month. Every week we hand out our Pi bear to a sister that has had a bad week. We also have a poem book in which a member can write a poem and then give it to another sister. That person is then responsible for writing a poem in the book and giving it to someone else. Another activity we enjoy is reading Roses and Thorns. These are notes we write that are read at the end of chapter meetings. They usually are encouraging to another sister or something they want to share with everyone.
Delta Psi
State U of NewYork
During Formal Recruitment Week, we have sister- hood dinners to get us all pumped up. Everyone has a great time, and our sisterhood really shows through during recruitment!
DettaTheta
Texas W omen's U
We have an old-fashioned ice cream shop in our downtown area that everyone loves. One evening we all gathered there and had sundaes together. It wasafuntimeoflaughterandchatting.
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Delta Epsilon
Jacksonville State U
We believe that becoming an AOII was one of the best decisions each of us has ever made. Our chapter feels the best way to express that belief is by passing the candle. We sit in a circle, pass the candle and say exacdy what is on our hearts.
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everyone had to guess who's feet they were. It was a lot of fun because people would be looking at feet at the oddest times, when we were watch- ing a movie or swimming. We also played Sister Trivial Pursuit Each sister wrote down 10 inter- esting things about herself and they were then made into questions. We divided up into teams, and each team had to guess who the clue was about It was a lot of fun and very interesting.
Gamma Alpha
George Mason U
We hold a sisterhood dinner once a month that we call "Cafe AOII." It is a night to go out for coffee and spend time getting to know your sis- ters better.
Gamma Delta
U of South Alabama
We hold a swing dance each vear as a sisterhood event This is a time for all of us to get together and have fun. One of our sisters teaches us step- by-step dance moves, we each bring a partner and learn a couple dances as well as group dances. This is such a wonderful event that every- one enjoys. Swing dancing is extremely easy to learn and is a lot offun.
Gamma Sigma
Georgia State U
We went to Zoo Atlanta together to see the Pandas the day after we initiated 18 new mem- bers. It was a wonderful bonding experience. We had two days of sisterhood, initiation, a member retreat and a day at the zoo.
GammaTheta
U of South Florida
Knowing that sisterhood is essential for a strong chapter, we always take time for sisterhood activi- ties. Our best activity is going to the gymnastics center where one of our sisters works. The owner lets us use it either after classes or for overnight retreats. We bounce on the trampoline, try to walk on the balance beam, and hang from the bars. The sisters also play various team-building activi- ties that the Chapter Relations Committee designs. Before we pass out from exhaustion, we sit around in a circle and each say why we love AOII. It is a perfect ending to a fun time.
lota
U of Illinois
Every fall, our chapter participates in a sister- hood activity called "Camp Out" During Camp Out our members literally camp out for a week- end together. We participate in a variety of activ-
Epsilon Chapter (Cornell U)
Kappa Phi
McGill U
The best sister- hood activity we had last year was our trip to the Laurentians. We held initiation at
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ities that gives us the opportunity to get to know one another better. Camp out is a great wav to promote friendship and sisterhood throughout our chapter.
lota Chi
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Our best sisterhood activity is our gingerbread house-building event. Every year during the holidays, we all get together at the AOII house to bake gingerbread houses for the other five sororities on campus, the Boys and Girls' Club of London, and area retirement homes. We bake and custom-decorate them according to who we are giving them to. All of the sisters break up into groups of about 8-10 people, and we have a contest to see which group comes up with the most visually and architecturally stimulating house. There are prizes for the winners, and it is always a good time.
Kappa Chi
Northwestern State U
Some of our best sisterhood events take place during recruitment This week is fun, but it is also very tiring. Our sisterhood activities keep us focused. This past year, before we went to greet our new members, we made bracelets with col- ored beads that were meaningful to each of us.
Kappa Gamma
Florida Southern College
Our best sisterhood activity so far this year was one that was not planned. Almost all our mem- bers live in our house. One evening, when none of us could stand the thought of another night of cafeteria food, we spontaneously decided to cook dinner together. We not only had a good time, but also had a good meal and learned who our chefs are.
Kappa Kappa
Ball
Throughout the year we participate in many sis- terhood activities. One of the best activities for sis- terhood occurs during practice for 'Air Jam," a competition held every year during Homecoming. During the long practices, we real- ly get to know our sisters better.
a cabin outside of Montreal that belonged to one of our sisters. We spent the weekend away from the hectic worries of student life and got to know our sisters better than ever before. Our CR chair- man asked each of us to bring something mean- ingful to put in a time capsule. Each girl shared with the chapter what she had brought and why. Tears were shed and laughter was induced; and we all left the house with even more love and respect for our sisters than we thought possible. What a difference a weekend away can make!
Kappa Rho
Western Michigan U
Overall our most successful sisterhood activity is attending University sporting eventstogether.We went to a hockey game together for the first time last winter, and we all had a great time The events are usually free and very simple to coordinate. We are looking forward to another wonderful season on campus together.
KappaTau
Southeastern Louisiana U
Once a month, during chapter meeting time, we all get together at someone's house for a sister- hood meeting. This is more of a relaxed time, but we still conduct the chapter's business. A group of people usually bring food, such as hamburgers, hot dogs, cakes and cookies. We have numerous fun games and also have a time to discuss our thorns and roses. It is memorable because we do activities to remind us of our very strong and special sisterhood.
Lambda Eta
GrandValley State U
This year we have begun a "partners in crime" program. The idea was to pair up sisters who do notseeeachotheroftenandchallengethemtogo to meetings, work out study, or go out together. The pair that did the most activities together received a prize. This programs worked to make our sisterhood even stronger.
Lambda Sigma
U of Georgia
Our chapter loves to get together to watch "Dawson's Creek" and "Felicity" on Wednesday evenings. The girls who live in the house camp out on the couches in front of the big screen and everyone else knows that on Wednesday nights
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there is always food and friends waiting for them. This is a great non-intimidating way for the new members to come and hang out with older sisters. Everyone has a great time.
LambdaTau
U of Louisiana at Monroe
Our best sisterhood activity is decorating our chap- ter'sfloattogether for the Homecoming parade on our campus. It is a great way for our chapter to have fun while bonding with our sisters!
Nu Beta
U of Mississippi
This past October we sponsored one of our sisters, Heather Bryant, for the Miss Ole Miss Pageant We campaigned for a week prior to the primary election, and she made it into the runoffs. While she was not elected to the position, our chapter had a great time pulling together in support for her for the entire campaign.
Nu Omicron
Vanderbirt U
This past fall, we had our annual sisterhood retreat We went away from campus for a night, and during the evening we played fun games and planned a lot of time for bonding. One fun idea was to have an activity for each class to do separately. Then we joined back together and showed everyone what we accomplished. A bonfire with smores made this one of our favorite events of the year!
Omega Upsilon
OhioU
During the winter, we planned a "Beat the Winter Blues" module. In this event our mem- bers learned how to correctly pick and apply their make-up. Consultants from an area department store gave out free samples and consultations. It was a great night
Omicron
U ofT ennessee
This year our chapter will hold the first ever "AOII Block Party." This sisterhood event replaced a regular meeting with fun, including music, food, game show style questions about AOII history, and door prizes. This was an enter- taining way to get to know our new members in a more relaxed setting than at a regular meeting.
Phi Beta
East Stroudsburg U
During the first week of school, we enjoyed going to Dorney Park as our first sisterhood activity of the new school year. It is a fun, relaxing way to start the year.
Phi Chi
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Sigma
U of Calrfomia Berkeley
Our best sisterhood activity all year was an overnight retreat With a movie-a-thon, games, "My-Sister-Who" activity, food and music, it was a great event This event allowed everyone in the chapter to get a chance to mingle and socialize with one another in a fun and laid back way.
Sigma Alpha
WestVirginia U
Our Holiday Decorating Party was a lot of fun. Each sister contributed an ornament to the chap- ter tree and told why she chose to bring that ornament
Sigma Chi
Hartwick College
Sigma Chi'sfavoritesisterhood activity is our sis- ter dinners. Not all of our girls live in our house, so at least one night a month we all get together for dinner. It is a great time to socialize and spend time with each other.
Sigma DeHa
Huntingdon College
Sigma Delta has so many sisterhood activities that it is hard to choose one as the best Each week we choose a sister of the week. This is someone who has gone out of her way to help other sisters. We all have a wonderful time at our sisterhood retreat in late October. We also all drive to Children's Harbor on Lake Martin and spend some time before initiation together. While there, we play games to get to know each other even more and share our special memories of AOII with our new members.
i fl
U of Chicago
We hold fun "Casino Night" where we all gather
to play games with fake money. Prizes are award- ed, and everyone has a great time.
Phi Sigma
U of Nebraska Kearney
Our chapter's newest sisterhood activity is a "Big Sis/Lil'SisRetreat" Itwasabondingtimefor all of the women who attended. The agenda for the overnight retreat was relaxing and casual rather than scheduled. We played capture the flag, and enjoyed pizza, music, and sand volleyball We also played a game called Diversity Circle, which consists of asking questions and having the mem- bers cross over into the middle of the circle for a yes answer to a question. Of course, no one had to answer if they felt uncomfortable or self-con- scious. We also played other games and learned tons of humorous facts about the new and older members of our chapter.
PiDefe
U of Maryland
Our most recent and fun sisterhood activity was a pumpkin-carving day. Each pair of big and little sisters had their own pumpkin to carve as they wished. Everyone worked creatively together and had fun while talking, working, and eating!
Rho Delta
Samford U
The sisters of Rho Delta spent a wonderful after- noon at the Botanical Gardens. We divided up into groups, and each group was given a list of characteristics describing members who were hidden throughout the gardens. This "Sisterhood Scavenger Hunt" helped us grow closer to our sisters.
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Sigma Phi
California State U Northridge
One of our best sisterhood events occurs when we randomly pair up groups to go out together. Each group gets to pick where we go, and we always have a great time.
SigmaTau
Washington College
We held an activity that was like pictionary. Each group had to make our picture out of clay which complicated things, but allowed all of us to work together as a team. It brought our chapter togeth- er by laughter, creativity, and fun.
Tau
U of Minnesota
A great sisterhood activity that Tau Chapter does takes just 5 minutes. Each member has a piece of paper taped to her back. Each AOII has a pen and goes around the room writing small notes of thanks, encouragement, or appreciation anony- mously on each other's back. When the sister- hood activity is over, each sister has a whole sheet of praise to read and keep forever.
Tau Delta
Birmingham Southern College
This past summer our chapter went to Camp Mash, a free camp for children with arthritis and their families. The Tau Delta members hosted a carnival for the children, with many activities, including face painting, a candy walk, and a pie throw booth. Although this was a philanthropy event, the sisters of Tau Delta enjoyed spending time together. It was wonder- ful to finally meet some of the young children
Epsilon Chi Chapter (Elon College)
Nu Beta Chapter (U of Mississippi)
home for the holidays. It was a wonderful bond- ing experience, both between our girls and with the residents who w e r e excited to
meet us!
that AOII helps throughout the year. Tau Delta members enjoyed spending time with their sis- ters during this very special event
Tau Gamma
Eastern Washington U
Our "Silly Composite" is a fun sisterhood activity. We dress up in fun or outrageous clothing that represents our personalities (Le. lei's, hula skirts, bandanna's, etc.) and take polaroid photos of each other. Then we paste them onto poster board and decorate the composite.
Tau Lambda
Shippensburg U
We occasionally all get together for a giant sleep- over, order pizza and stay up to talk all night It is a good way to bond and find out about what is going on in each other?' lives!
Tau Omega
Transylvania U
Last spring we had a sisterhood retreat bonfire at a farm not too far away from Lexington. The night was full of story sharing, roasting marshmal- lows, eating and all-around fun times for the sis- ters of Tau Omega. The best part of the night was sitting around the fire singing AOII songs!
Theta Beta
Towson U
Although just getting together with sisters and watching a movie seems rather simple and quite ordinary, it really is one of the sisterhood events we enjoy the most "Movie Night" was inexpen- sive, easy to plan, and let us just relax and put all of our worries aside for one night
Theta Omega
Northern Arizona U
Theta Omega has had so many sisterhood activi- ties, it is hard to pinpoint just one that was the best We have had events anywhere from late- night pizza parties to fun movie nights. Our chapter also helped decorate a nearby nursing
Theta Pi
Wagner College
Dinner in the lounge is always a fun sisterhood activity because we love to get together over food. Our Chapter Relations Chairman ordered both Chinese and pizza for dinner one night. The entire chapter was invited to come down and eat It gave us all an opportunity to get together away from the campus community.
Theta Psi
U ofToledo
Theta fti recently held a sisterhood activity at a local roller skating rink. It was fun for everyone whether you could skate or not It was a great way to hang out and show our new members how much fun we have together.
Zeta
U of Nebraska Lincoln
Zeta frequendy has slumber parties for all mem- bers to attend. This usually consists of all the girls watching movies and staying up late.
Zeta Kappa
SouthwestTexas State U
Our best sisterhood activity this past year was one where we decided to combine our sisterhood event with an open house. It was around Halloween, and we decided to decorate pump- kins. The chapter members seemed to love the activity as well as the girls that came to the house for the recruitment event It was a great activity for conversations as well as a little competition among the decorators.
Zeta Pi
U ofAlabama Birmingham
Once a month. Zeta Pi replaces regular chapter meetings with a sisterhood event We decided that our favorite thing to do, hands down, is caravan- ing to Galleria Fun Country where we race go
carts, play miniature golf and compete at various other games.
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Congratulations to the following women who have reached their 75th year of membership with AOII. These women were initiated during the school year of 1925-1926 and our records still indicate a current mailing address. Congratulations on this remarkable milestone!
Beta Phi
Indiana U
Mary Ellen Jenkins Whitlock
Delta
Tufts U
Caroline Breen Shores
Epsilon
Cornell U
Elsie Leeming Taulane Kathryn Altemeier Yohn
Eta
U of Wisconsin
Ruth King Wassil
Iota
U of Illinois
Dorothea Bauer Angeline Saling Mitchem
Kappa Theta
U of California - Los Angeles
Ruth Koster Burke
Lambda
Stanford U
Persana DeimlingWeil
Omega
Miami U
Kathryn Long Bowers
Omicron
U of Tennessee
Virginia Black Snoddy
Omicron Pi
U of Michigan
Mildred Pekham Monroe Helen Belcher Winter
Phi
U of Kansas
Olive Weatherby Jackson Marion Bolinger Mayberry Edith Adams McFerren Avis Stoops Tillman
Pi
Tulane U
Elizabeth Lyon Reddock
Pi Delta
U of Maryland
Eugenia Clement Brooks Lillie Hill Day
Edna Burnside Devereux Elizabeth McCall Lumley Sarah Wallace McBride Mary Kuhnle Tenney
Psi
U of
Pennsylvania
Rosalind Marsh Bradbury Grace MacMullan Duncan
Tau Delta
Birmingham
Southern College Eliza Stokes Brunson Anne Greene
Marion Ormond McPoland
Upsilon
U of Washington
Gertrude McCanne Lev Elizabeth Lemley Wilhelmi
Zeta
U of Nebraska - Lincoln
Opal Weisner Hughes Frances Aiken Pflug


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Alpha Chi
Erin Brothers Merida Foster Kristin Kozman Lindsey Lee Tennille Leigh Alison Lenhart Brittney Long
Erin Long •
Brenna McCormick Amanda Nelson Meredith Sherrow Andrea Warwiek •
Alpha Delta
Cheney Brazeal Pary Brazeal • Rafalsky Erinn Erin Garmany Katie Humber Lindy Lomenick Melissa McLure Rebecca Myers Honnie Payne Jennie Rodgers Rachel Terry Ashley Thomson
Alpha Lambda
Dana Baxley Andrea Bethal Jennifer Cole
Alpha Phi
Sara Christensen Stacey Balsega Jaime Brechel Kristy Bruni • Jennifer Dembinski Sara Guilfoyle Cortney Herman Lindsay Jarratt Valerie Longfield Rachel McBride Jennifer Ozello • Beth Schroeder Jennifer Walls
Alpha Theta
Kari Behn
Erin Herwig
Jane Lehmann Amy Severtsgaard • Janelle Wagg •
B e t a P h i
Mary Craig
Sara Diaz
Sarah Dungan Courtney Henson • Alexis Jordan • Erin Miller
Jessica Resch
Beta Tail
Lydia Pilch
Chi Delta
Brooke Beasley Gia Di Stefano Payton Frey Jessica Gallegos Amy Hawes
Renee Hill Casey Ippen Allison Taylor
Chi Epsilon
Christina Chambers 1 Melanie Koontz
Chi Lambda
Audrey Betz April Harris Marisa James Johonna Pollack
Chi Theta
Kristen Bales • Lori Brazeal
Amy Davis
Dana Drummonds Liz Haughhey
Liz Hays •
Allissa Lee-Day • Amanda Oliveros Yahnah Patrick Tonya Reale
Betsy Thomas Cindy Tracy Amanda Wageman Sarah Weaver Elizabeth Wilson Danae Wiseley
Delta Beta
Jennifer Beslin
Delta Delta
Leigh Armistead Joanna Artell Meredith Balthrop Julie Borders Stephanie Brown Sarah Calloway Kristin Cantrell Natalie Carlton Lindsey Christian Suzanne English Joy Gettys
Ansley Hanson Lindsey Jones Margaret Locke Jenny Parker
Andrea Quick Elizabeth Ragan Maragret Smith- Megan Smith Kerry Wallace Amy Wimberly
Delta Epsilon
Rebekah Adams Joy Boyd • Sarah Crawford Robin Goodwin Sara Thompson Deidra Tidwell April Warhurst Virginia Wyatt
Delta Omega
Laura Bowland Heather Cleaver Christina Clouse Megan Douglas Ryan Fondaw Cynthia Glass Brandy House Michelle Houser Holly Parks
Hillary Spain
Sarah Spears Christy Stubblefield Mindy White
Delta Pi
Gillian Allen • Jackie Dunlavy Katherine Eyberg Amy Kehl Shannon Kessler Shannon Munns Chrissy Nagel Shelia Paschall Cathy Petrich .Allison Pleser Megan Rich • Lauren Schiller
Delta Theta
Lori Hardin
Amy Berman Peggy Brickman Deidre Dennehy
Melissa Devine Karen Freeman Lauren Hinkle Meredith Messmer Jennifer Nansteel Susie Schell
Epsilon
Dana Cohen Lauren Drucker Robyn Eaton Lindsev Geddes CrystafHall Colleen Reiss Heidi Sicherman Trisha White
Epsilon Alpha
Amy Nawrocki • Lauren Scher Erica Schneider Heather Timbie • Tara Ulezalka
Epsilon Chi
Erica Eberwein Tiffany Johnson Shaunda Legg Stephanie P. Newbold Katherine E. Wicke
Epsilon Gamma
Laura Dekleva
Kacey Rhodus Catherine Sedalnick
Epsilon Omega
April Corbin Julia Nash Dawn Pingelton
Gamma Alpha
Heather McLean Tania Shammas
Gamma Delta
Lindsey Brom Debra Corcoran Kim Griffin •
Erica Hoban
Cathy Spahn
Linsey Timmerman Kristin Weaver
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Gamma Omicron
Nava Ben-Avraham Kimberly Gaspare Heather Defrisco Kristen Holt
Emily Hruska Sarah Jefferson Melissa Mazer • Allison McDonald Ronya McGrady Alicia McKee Mara McMahon Traci Porter Andrea Ranon • Rebecca Raveling Amy Rottmann Nicole Santom Lindsey Stull Lauren Swann
Iota
Laurie Baxendale Nicole Benoit
Jen Dalton
Jill Hutchenson Shannon Kelly Koryn Markham Courtney Munoz • Sarah Needham • Mary Padgham • Kari Proper
Laura Range
Sarah Stredney Patricia Valassis Christy Varanauski
Iota Sigma
Kristy Averett Katie Bergmann
K a p p a A l p h a
Heather Glaspie • Jessica Hogue • Missy Miller
Kappa Chi
Haley Broussard Lacy Dumas Kathrvn Richards •
Kappa Gamma
Carmella Frederick Kristin La Monda Jennifer Wallace •
Kappa Kappa
Sandra Bowe Kelli Hahn • Jill Linger Renee White
Kappa Omega
Kylene Claucherty • Denise Darr
Kara Feder •
Jill Gray
Ashley Higdon
Betsy Lee
Brooke Linton Shelley Long Susan Maples Katie Mathis Elizabeth Molyson Catherine Norton Betsy Richwine Christy Shenefield Lauren Simms Hillary Smith Kelly Stevenson Anna Kay Wiggins Courtney Williams Ansley Wood Jenny Zupec
Lambda Tau
Leslie Gibbs Lynn Gibbs Jessie O'Neil Jessica Whitten
Lambda Lpsilon
Christina Cartaya Christina Schindele
N u B e t a
Kelly Allison
Jean Augustine Ashley Boeckmann Heather Bryant Christy Campbell Alicia Cole
Camille Colllins Katy Cone
Jennifer Grain Jennifer Harjes • Ashley Hood •
Amy Jones
Cindy Jones
Ingrid Jorgensen Stephanie Kemper Sally Monroe Corey Palmer Melanie Paulson • Christy Reiland • Gretchen Smith Kelly Smith •
Abby Ware
Lauren Webb •
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Jessica Anderson Lauren DeLong Tiffany Frazer Mary Houska
j\u O m i c r o n
Katherine Jane Hurst Rachel Jeris
Laura Kayhart
Sonya Kramer
Sarah Ann McElvain Sarah Miller
Carline Roche Katharine Smothermon
Niki Day
Aimee Gloystein • Amber Gloystein • Katie Hoffman • Abbe Johansen Kristy Kumm Jessica Linn •
Kara Meinke • Amber Quinn Shannon Reinboth Sarah Roth
Ande Ruliffson • Anya Trumler
Marcy Young
Phi Lpsilon
Beth Kidwell
Lisa Lewis Rebecca Naylor Julie Simon Melissa Smigelski
Pi Delta
Koren Cohen Melissa Dobres Daniella Gopin Alisa Hicks
Tracey Hutchison Meghann Hyland Kathrvn Iannicelli • Jacqueline Kluchin Alena Krzywicki • Sara McKelvey • Eileen McQueeny Elizabeth Messick Tosha Miller
Sara Shipley Megan Taliaferro
Rho Delta
Christina Carter Amanda Foster Rachel Holladay Holly Hughes
Susan Kenoyer Melissa Martin • Rachel Maxcey Katherine McCarthy Rachel Riede Kimberly Speorl Jennifer Stark Amanda Williams Christina Williams
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Jocelyn Hyravy Jessica Johnston Kendra Kremer Melissa Little Jodee Pride Michelle Ray
Ali Rechtin Katherine Smith Catherine Wesley Nika Wilcox •
Kappa Omicron
Laura Bauer • Katie Cox Natalie DuMont Casey Hail Catherine Harris Jessica Hoback Erin Mann • Emily Ramsey Katie Williams
Kappa Phi
Mona Nesrallah
Kappa Rho
Erin Carroll Stephanie Florance Tera White
K a p p a Tail
Lacey Averett
Cady Breyel Jennifer Bryant Lauren Dessommes Sarah Ernst
Reagan McMillan
Lambda Chi
Tasha Aides Laurel Anderson Melissa Cavallin Jennifer Ives Melissa Smith Windy Williams
Lambda Eta
Ann Marie Klotz Kelley Maki •
Lambda Omicron
Rebecca Gwynn Mary Hammock Deneil Quinn
Lambda Sigma
Carrie Brady
Katie Buckler Kristine Calandra Katie Davis
Anne Eshleman Anne Marie Goggins Holly Gooding
Carol Gore
Sarah Hale
Jennifer Hauser Jessica Langston
Omega
Tiffany Kilgore Karen Manchester Jaclyn McCoy Jaclyn McCoy Cheryl Robin Mary Sanders Laura Shamorian Steffany Walter
Omega Omicron
Tracy Zambo "
Omega Lpsilon
Kaytee Barnes Elizabeth Beach Jessica Biliuris Kathleen Cochrane Meghan Leblanc Kimberly Leupo Ashlea Morrison Allison Norwood •
Omicron
Jamie Ballinger • Jennifer Bradley Susannah Bright Christy Colgan Tinsley-Ann Ellison Sarah Goschy
Rachel Hollingsworth Courtney Lynch
Sara Pottinger Courtney Roberts Melissa Vannatta
Phi Beta
Heather Bryan
Phi Chi
Trish Duez
Katrina Emmons Gennifer Goldstein Meredith Klein Alison Krueger Heidi Thompson Cindy Wu •
Phi S i g m a
Bridget Abboud • Mary Classen Beth Conklin
Bragging Ri
Rho Omicron
Jessica Alexander • Melissa Batts
Cinch Belew
April Blackburn Kacie Cunningham Shannon Gray Brooke Hall
Rachel Maupin Allison Miller • Angie Perkey • Tracy Walker


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Sigma
Melissa Calavan Alisa Chung Kristin Esbeck Jennifer French Erica Kishi
Amy Lang
Sara Mackie Emily Melaugh •
Sigma Chi
Wendy Magnuson
Sigma Delta
Leann Bowdoin • Mary Claunch • Katie Hancock
Holle Hartzog
Mary Henderson Laurie Howell Suzanne Jones
Casey Maugh
Lauren Mitchell Jacqueline Robinson Quillian Wall
Sigma Omicron
Helen Barry • Jennifer Caddy Laura Firestone Christy Gregson Amanda Hall Allison Hicks Sarah Hill
Mindy Isaac Gretchen Kaufman Lindsey Landreth Amy McKinnon Jennifer Nance Shay Nanke
Ashley Reed Jamie Wheeler
S i g m a P h i
Ana Hernandez
Tau
Molly Smith
Tau Delta
Anar Chudgar Charlotte Edwards Elizabeth Formby Anne Tyler Hamby Valle Marzella
Mary Elizabeth May • Ann Nelson
Mary Rabold Amanda Reid Andrea Rogers Megan Seibert Scarlett Singleton Kathryn Smith Lindsey Thomas
Tau G a m m a
Lisa Hanson Cortney Painter
Tau Omega
Tamara Bentley • Amye Day
Moily Dean
Natalie Gray Amanda Harper Rebecca Huyck Lindsay MeWilliams Traci Wilde
Tau Omieron
Amanda Book Amanda Burton • Stephanie Carruth • Amanda Garner Melissa Godfrey Julie Hampton Amanda Lamberth Laura Moody
Kristi Moore
Ginny Nerren
Amy Parks
Melanie Rose Brandi Stephens Amelia Wilson
Amy Wilson
Rachel Wilson
T h e t a C h i
Janette Hebert Shannon Schmidt
Theta Omega
Keely Anderson Diana Elston Krista Fila Katharine Gee Laura McVoy Kristin Osborn Tiffany Sullivan
Theta Pi
Allison Pitroff
Theta Psi
Melissa Lang
Zeta
Nicole Anslover • Erin Bader
Andrea Banion Kimberly Claypool Nicole Cotton Tasha Cotton Andrea Deichert Brady Fritz
Megan Heald
Marie Holtmeier • Kristv Keller •
Tina Kelly
Rhiannon Kenner Sara Ludemann-Davis Stephanie Mohr
Ann Mulligan
Jenny Peterson •
Jen Rajewich
Lori Ramig
Great Job!
Samantha Roberts Stephanie Schaefer Suzanne Sehultz • Jodi Vaccaro
Erin Walker Amanda Whitman
Zeta K a p p a
.Ashley Cogbill
Zeta Pi
Heather Chamblee Susan Clausen Jennifer Davidson • Tiffany Hailey Emily Hamilton Sarah Henry
Jessica King
Candace Kubv Lindsey Martin Rashmi Murthv Karen Leigh Samples • Mila Sanderson
Zeta Psi
Jessica Dowdy Shannon Holder Jennie Lamont Colleen McCool Michelle Neptun • Minda Phinney
Alpha Lambda Delta
Rebecca Myers Nita Romero Kathrvn Rutledge Julia Sisson
Holly Smith
Sara Katherine Smith Kathryn Taylor Ashley Thomson Brooke West
Maurv Wilkinson
Alpha Psi
Jennifer Mosel Jennifer Ozello Alpha Theta Jessica Fritzsinger Alexis Helfern Jane Lehmann Rebecca Molle Janelle Wagg Laura Wenk Kristie Workman
Beta Phi
Elizabeth Beltramini Alexis Jordan
Jessica Resch
Kate Schott
Jenny Wingard
Delta Beta
Jennifer Beslin Caroline Roques
Delta Delta
Brooke Culpepper Andrea Smith
Delta Epsilon
Lacey Bacchus Delta Omega Jessica Cherry Whitney Coleman Amber Henderson Shelley Hill
Stevie Lowery Emily Miller Sarah Spears Elly Wells
Gamma Omieron
Adrijana Curcic Heidi Dias Lauren Edmonds
Iota Sigma
Jaime Brock Stephanie Voyles
kappa Alpha
Lauren Belt Elissa Thompson
Kappa Chi
Lacy Dumas
K a p p a O m e g a
Andrea Hieneman Katharine Orange Michelle Ray
Kappa Itho
Erin Carroll
Alyia Hakim
Gillian Haughton Meredith Leeson Laura Norgren
Julie Olszewski Jennifer Schuhnecht Dee Ward
Tera White
Lambda Sigma
Kristine Calandra Jennifer Hauser Jessica Langston Betsy Richwine Melissa Veil
Lambda Tau
Yvie Edwards Leslie Gibbs Casey Person Brandi Rodriguez
\ u Beta
Tracy Beecham Camille Collins Mary Furlong Ashley Hood Angela Jenkins Amy Jones
Cindv Jones Ashley Lamm Anita Manly Corby Mason Katy Nailen Melanie Paulson Jennifer Risley Kelly Smith
>'u O m i e r o n
Bonnie Bargmeyer Bachel Carson Suzanne Clark Cynthia Dougan Katherine Garrety
A l p h a
D e l t a
Catherine Alford Emily Bishop Lisa Brecciaroli Molly Dyrsen Courtney Cover Katie H umber Lindy Lomenick Emily Marlar Melissa Mil.ure


Liz High
Katherine Hurst Megan Linger Alison McElroy Kathryn Mullen Soha Patel
Ginny Robertson Katherine Shister Katie Smothermon Nicole Renee Taylor
Omega
Jaclyn McCoy
Erin Obenauf
Heather Parker Courtney Protzer Meredith Sonnenberg Rebecca Turek
Omega Upsilon
Kaytee Barnes Elizabeth Beach Tracey Drake Julia Keith Amanda Kinseth Kimberly Leupo Leah Viano
Rho Delta
Kate Dale Amelia Hall Bashan Holt Susan Kenoyer Susan Kenoyer Rachel Mitchell Rachel Riede Kim Rogers
Sigma Omieron
Meghan Hackney Ashley Reed Kerri Turner
Tan Delta
Kim Andrews
Anar Chudgar
Sarah Beth Coffey Margaret Edwards Prim Formby Jennifer Helms Mandi Janis
Caroline Jones
Amy Lavender Allison Lee
Sarah Marshall
Mary Elizabeth May Michelle Michael Lauren Murphy
Ann Patton Nelson Mary Stewart Nelson Beth Packard Morgan Robinson Scarlett Singleton Jennifer Snell
Lindsev Thomas Libby Van Pelt Liz Woodford
Sharon Wos Kristen Zeil Ashley Zerull
Theta C h i
Shannon Schmidt Nicole Winders
Theta Psi
Jill Chalmers
Tracy Dobnikar Kelly Doege Michelle Dotto Abigail Good Amanda Knapp Mebssa Lang
Karen Renyolds Sharon Thornsberry Sara Zimmerman
Zeta
Andrea Deichert Emily Eisenhauer Marie Hollmeier Jerilyn Jensen
Kristy Keller Rhiannon Kenner Laura Martin
Jenny Peterson
Jen Rajewich Lindsay Schellpeper Molly Skoog
Katie Sup Erin Walker
Zeta Kappa
Cynthia Schutz
Golden Key
Alpha Chi
Leslie Allen
Erin Brothers Marci Graham Kristyn Hammond Amber Hurt Kristin Kozman Alison Lenhart Allison Like Andrea Warwick
Alpha Delta
Catherine Alford Andrea Carver Molly Fielding Katie Humber Kathryn Rutledge Holly Smith Ashley Thompson Brooke West
Alpha Psi
Jamie Brechel Kristy Bruni Valerie Longfield Jennifer Mosel Jennifer Ozello
Beta Phi
Elizabeth Beltramini Sara Diaz
Andrea DiPietro Sarah Dungan Ashley Fernandez Sara Hounshell
Delta
Eryn Blum Nichole Bosson Mimi Feldman Amy Fuller
Laura Greenberg Meryl Hertz Stacey Hofflich Maura Johnson Elizabeth Mikesell Dena Sloan
Erin Walker
Delta Delta
Betsy Brown Sarah Callaway Kristin Cantrell Leah Creen Margaret Locke
Delta Psi
Adrienne Lotto
Epsilon Gamma
Amanda Gallus-Grimm Desiree Williamson
Gamma
Eileen Cronin
Gamma Alpha
Kristina Dorville Sahar Greeley
G a m m a Delta
HoIIie Ambler Kathy Baldwin Sasha Buder
Kim Griffin Megan Maxcy Sabrina Simmons Cathy Spahn
Gamma Omicron
Dawn Bradly Christine Cordo Kristin Farber Natalie Gonzalez Heather Hatcher Allison Judson Angel Lai Melissa Mazer Cara Nobles
Cat Outzen Shannon Poole Melissa Rega Lara Roman
Gamma Sigma
Jennifer Hellmund Lindsev Martin
Iota Sigma
Jennifer Daubendiek Stephanie Voyles Meghan Ward Kim Widman
Kappa Alpha
Lori Ebersold Heather Glaspie Jessica Hogue
K a p p a O m e g a
Kylene Claucherty Jodee Pride
Kari Sweat
Nika Wilcox
Kappa Kho
Erin Carroll Gillian Haughton Laura Norgren Julie Olszewski Tera White
Vicki Zandarski
Lambda Sigma
Ah Acree
Brook Brown Kristine Calandra Jennifer Hauser Jessica Langston Melissa Millikin Krysia Wrobel
\ u Beta
Ashley Boeckmann Brooke Malone
Bragging Right
\u lota
Mary Houska Alhson Rennick
O m e g a
Angela Johnson Karen Manchester Jaclyn McCoy Heather Parker Cheryl Robin
O m i c r o n
Emily Adams Jamie Ballinger
WOW
Jennifer Bradley Carrie Buckner
Emily Garrett
Gennie Giesselmann Rachel Hollingsworth Kim Keightley Frances Kirkland Skaggs Mandy
Catie Martin Courtney Roberts
Phi Upsilon
Jaclyn Rowland
Pi Delta
Amy House
Amy Klempner Sara Shipley Sarah Showaker Amy Taylor
R h o O m i c r o n
Kerry Lane Allison Miller Kristen Welsh
S i g m a
Candace Basich Melissa Hammond Samantha Harper Erica Kishi
Sarah Krygier Amy Lang
Emily Melaugh Megan Schofield
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Sigma Alpha
Jessica Lambert
Theta Psi
Michelle Dotto Amanda Knapp Karen Renyolds Jennifer Sheroian Julie Szczechowski Sharon Thornsberry
Zeta
Nicole Anslover Brady Fritz
Marie Holtmeier Kristy Keller Rhiannon Kenner Laura Martin
Ann Mulligan Jennifer Rajewich Joanna Vavricek Erin Walker
Mortar Board
Alpha Delta
Andrea Carver Katie Humber Lindy Lomenick
Alpha Phi
Nicole Chinadle Kira Kuntz Stacey Schlepp
Alpha Psi
Jennifer Ozello Abby Pawlicki
Alpha Theta
Kari Behn Alexis Heffern
Chi Delta
Courtenay Braveman
Chi Epsilon
Lindsay Block
Chi Lambda
Susan Wasserman Katherine Zimmer
Delta Pi
Jennifer Bussman Epsilon Gamma Desiree Williamson
Gamma Delta
Kellie Galloway Megan Maxcy
Kappa Omicron
Laura Bauer Brooke Foster
Lambda Sigma
Jennifer Hauser Jessica Langston Betsy Richwine Melissa Veil
\ u O m i c r o n
Sarah Ann McElvain Nicole Renee Taylor
O m i c r o n
Jamie Ballinger Catie Martin
P h i S i g m a
Julie Cooper Amber Gloystein Kara Meinke Anya Trumler
Sigma
Melissa Hammond Valerie Smith
Tau Delta
Sarah Beth Coffey Margaret Edwards Mandi Janis
Erin Kendrick
Ann Patton Nelson Scarlett Singleton Kristen Zeil
Theta Psi
Abigail Good
Melissa Lang
Sharon Thornsberry
Omicron Delta Kappa
Alpha Delta
Andrea Carver Katie Humber Lindy Lomenick
Delta Epsilon
Rebekah Adams Lacey Bacchus Christa Collins .Amber Gonzales Kim Mullendore Chritine Ramsden Sara Thompson Deidra Tidwell
Virginia Wyatt
Delta Omega
Jessica Cherry Amber Henderson
Order of Omega
Alpha Chi
Marci Graham Kristyn Hammond Karleen Horvath Alison Lenhart Kellie RUchardson .Andrea Warwick
Chi Delta
Courtenay Braveman Josie Gray
Emily Heater
Ryan Zwelling
Chi Epsilon
Kristy Brewer
Chi L a m b d a
Audrey Betz Marisa James Shannon Reiger Jamie Tibbs
Chi Theta
Kirsten Bales Michelle Marston
Delta
Nichole Bosson Amy Fuller
Laura Greenberg Stacey Hofflich Amy Kumpel
Erin Walker
Delta Beta
Carrie Rocques
Delta Delta
Sherry Chappell Ashley Owens
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Epsilon
Lisa Fort
Jamie Privuznak
G a m m a Delta
Whitney Huff Lisa Sivley
Kappa G a m m a
Carmella Frederick Rachel Maxfield
Kappa Omicron
Laura Bauer Daniela Seminara
L a m b d a E t a
Amber Allen Ann Marie Klotz Kelley Maki
Sara Miller
Tami Thorton
!Nu O m i c r o n
Nicole Renee Taylor Sigma Delta
Leann Bowdoin Jacqueline Robinson
Tau Delta
Kim .Andrews
Sarah Beth Coffey Margaret Edwards Mandi Janis
Erin Kendrick
Mary Elizabeth May Mary Stewart Nelson
Theta Pi
Christina Decicco
Theta Psi
Jen Bair
Michelle Dotto
Lisa Eckhart
.Abigail Good
Melissa Lang
Julia Parra
Karen Renyolds Jennifer Sheroian Julie Szczechowski Sharon Thornsberrv Jackie Wolff
Sara Zimmerman
Zeta Psi
Jessica Dowdy Melissa Hoover
C h i
A l p h a
D e l t a
Brooks Cotton Heather Honeycutt
A l p h a P s i
Kristy Bruni Cortnev Herman Valerie Longfield Jennifer Ozello Abby Pawlicki Christie Pinney Tricia Sendelbach
Alpha Theta
Louisa Beger Lyndall Buchanan Alexis Heffern Meegan Keller Brandi Nava
Amy Severtsgaard Janelle Wagg Jennifer Willock
Beta G a m m a
liana Gorback Tanya Hopkalo Ruth Jacobson Tracy Okoniewski Laura Reinstein Nichole Weber
Delta Epsilon
Rebekah Adams Lacey Bacchus .Amber Gonzales April Heliums Kelly Kilgore Deidra Tidwell Virginia Wyatt
Delta Omega
Melissa Baker Jessica Cherry


Rvan Fondaw Holly Parks Mindy White
D e l t a P i
Jennifer Bussman Jill Chanes Jennifer Martin Heather Timbie
Epsilon Omega
Kimberly Mills
G a m m a Delta
Emily Collins
Kellie Galloway Megan Maxcy-Pres. Cathy Spahn
Sandra Tilley
Leslie Webb
Gamma Sigma
Lindsey Martin
kappa Alpha
Lori Ebersold Heather Glaspie Ansley Good Darby Thomson
kappa Chi
Lacy Dumas
Amanda Killingsworth Heather McCardle Alexis Roy
k a p p a G a m m a
Rachel Maxfield
kappa Omieron
Meredith Davis Brooke Foster Karen Kopitsky Erin Mann Daniela Seminara
kappa Rho
Erin Carroll Stephanie Florance Karen Frankhart Julie Olszewski Tera White
kappa Tau
Sarah Earnst Rachael Guarino Jennifer Howes Mia Sanzone
Lambda Eta
Amber Allen Nicole Dybowski Ann Marie Klotz
L a m b d a S i g m a
Jennifer Hauser
Jessica Langston- Pres. Melissa Millikin Melissa Veil
Nu Iota
Tracey Batholomew Michelle Rasmussen Allison Rennick Samantha Schnake
Nu Omieron
Jocelyn Knight Erin Turley Carey linger
O m e g a
Rachel Anderson Rachel Drewnowski Karen Manchester Erin Obenauf
Omega Upsilon
Allison Norwood Suzie Paden Johnna Sloan Julie Sommer
Omieron
Catie Martin
Phi Beta
Heather Bryan Dawn DeCandido
P h i S i g m a
Julie Cooper .Amber Gloystein Anya Trumler
Phi I psilon
Emily Brink Lisa Lewis
Pi Delta
Megan Talifiero
Rho Delta
Adrian Howell Shannon Kuntz Katie McCarthy Carmen Poole Jennie Smallwood Kim Speorl .Amanda Weigt
Rho Omieron
Kerry Lane
Sigma
Shannon Gaffney Samantha Harper Sarah Krygier Emily Melaugh Megan Schofield
Sigma Omieron
Helen Barry Laura Firestone Meghan Hackney Heather Slinkard
Tau
Stephanie Radomsky Julie Schrantz
Tau Omieron
Leanne Austin Stephanie Carruth Kelly Lowry Rebecca Thomson .Amelia Wilson Rachel Wilson
Theta Psi
Zeta
Christy Morgan
Zeta Psi
Ashley Grickis Leigh Hancock Jennie Lamont Colleen McCool Kelli Quelet
Phi Beta Kappa
Alpha Psi
Jennifer Ozello
D e l t a O m e g a
Leah Bowland
Delta I psilon
Delaney Steele
kappa Omieron
Laura Bauer
Lambda Sigma
Jessica Langston Betsy Richwine
Omega Epsilon
Beth Beach
O m i e r o n
Skaggs Mandy .Amy Owens
Sigma
Melissa Hammond Emily Melaugh
Phi Eta Sigma
Alpha Chi
Erin Brothers Marci Graham Becky Lock Andrea Warwick
Bracing RigW
Beta Phi
Elizabeth Beltramini Ellen Bucy
Maria Delimata Courtney Henson Sara Hounshell Nycole Jones
Alexis Jordan Jessica Resch Kate Schott Jenny Wingard
Chi Lambda
Sarah Atkinson Jennifer Burr
Molly Kellams Sarah Lamar Mindy Miller Elizabeth Nimnicht Shannon Rieger Denise Romero Katherine ZImmer
C h i Epsilon G a m m a
Epsilon
Lisa Fort
Desiree Williamson
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awe« i Zeta kappa
Michelle Dotto
Lisa Eckhart Kristine Kidd Sharon Thornsberry
Brady Fritz Jen Rajewich
Alpha Delta
Catherine Afford Emilv Bishop Pary Brazeal Lisa Brecciaroli Molly Dyrsen Meredith Evans Courtney Gover Katie Humber Lindy Lomenick Emily Marlar Katie McLure Rebecca Myers Nita Romero Juha Sisson
Sara Katherine Smith Dana Taylor
Ashley Thomson Brooke West
Maury Wilkinson
Alpha Psi
Jennifer Mosel Jennifer Ozello
Beth Schoerdar Elizabeth Schroeder
Delta Delta
Leigh Armistead Stephanie Brown Lindsey Christian Brooke Culpepper Lindsey Frank
Joy Gettys
Leah Green April Owen Jenny Parker Andrea Smith Andrea Smith Amanda Weaver
Delta Epsilon
Lacey Bacchus
Joy Boyd
Christa Collins Leslie Daniel Amber Gonzales Robin Goodwin Eeron Graham April Heliums
Kim Mullendore Christine Ramsden Carrie Thompson April Warhurst


Delta Omega
Melissa Baker Stephanie Blackley Addie Bozarth Lindsay Chamberlain Christy Clouse Christy Clouse Whitney Coleman Kelli Hall
Amber Henderson Kim Luecke
Kim Lueke Emily Miller Stephanie Minix Amanda Peek Emily Pyle Mindy White Katie Wilson
Epsilon Alpha
Lisa Kodish Lindsey Schneider Heather Timbie
Epsilon Chi
Erika Eberwein Lisa Fort
Jen Gilliam
Katie Gosselin
Kelly Hale Stephanie Newbold Cristine Sanlorenzo
Tucker Walker Katherine Wicke
Gamma Alpha
Lindsey Fuller
G a m m a Delta
Emily Archibald Lindsey Brom Sasha Butler Aubrey D'Aquin Deidre Dowling Deidre Dowling Kellie Galloway Kim Griffin Lauren Held Erica Hoban Jessica Litton Megan Maxcy Beth McReynolds Sabrina Simmons Lisa Sivley
Lesley Smith Natalie Sutton Kristin Weaver
Gamma Omicron
Heidi Dias Lauren Edmonds Kristen Holt Allison H u n t
Cat Outzen Ashley Saltzman
Iota Sigma
Jaime Brock Stephanie Voyles
Kappa Gamma
Carmella Frederick Jennifer Wallace
Kappa Omega
Kristin Brown Kara Feder
Tarah Hawkins Katharine Orange Nika Wilcox
Lambda Tau
Leslie Gibbs Lynn Gibbs Barbara Silman
Lambda Upsilon
Heather Browne Steph Rogers
\ u Beta
Tracy Beecham Camille Collins Amy Jones Cindy Jones Corby Mason Melanie Paulson Kelly Smith
N u l o t a
Jessica Anderson Maggie Gerdes .Allison Rennick
\u Omicron
Bonnie Bargmeyer Rachel Carson Suzanne Clark
Katherine Garrety Liz High Katherine Hurst Jocelyn Knight Megan Linger Alison McElroy Kathrvn Mullen Soha Patel
Ginny Robertson Katherine Shister Katie Smothermon Nicole Renee Taylor
O m e g a
Jaclyn McCoy
Erin Obenauf Courtney Protzer Meredith Sonnenberg Rebecca Turek
Omicron
Jamie Ballinger Jennifer Bradley Carrie Buckner
Emily Garrett
Ashley Gass
Emily Grahm
Rachel Hollingsworth Frances Kirkland Skaggs Mandy
Catie Martin
Amy Owens
Sara Poltinger Courtney Roberts Sara Slayden Layne Wadell
Phi Sigma
Bridget Abboud Elizabeth Doll Aimee Glovstein Shanna Held Katie Hoffman Kristy Kumm Jessi Linn
Kara Meinke Brianne Reynolds Ande Ruliffson Anya Trumler Marcy Young
Rho Omicron
Jessica Alexander Crystal Cox Amber McCorvie
Sigma Delta
Leann Bowdoin
Mary Claunch
Laurie Howell
Kelly Long
Michelle Lyons Jacqueline Robinson
Sigma Omicron
Helen Barry Meghan Hackney Alissa Harris
Amy McKinnon Sarah Polsgrove Ashley Reed Heather Slinkard Kerri Turner Nicole Wagner
Tan Delta
Kim Andrews Alicia Burkett Anar Chudgar Sarah Beth Coffey Sara Doughton Margaret Edwards Prim Formby Mandi Janis Caroline Jones Laura Lee Latham Amy Lavender Allison Lee
Sarah Marshall
Mary Elizabeth May Michelle Michael Lauren Murphy
Ann Patton Nelson Mary Stewart Nelson Beth Packard Morgan Robinson Niki Rogers
Meg Seibert
Scarlett Singleton Katy Smith
Jennifer Snell Lindsev Thomas Libby Van Pelt
Liz Woodford Sharon Wos
Kristen Zeil
Ashley Zerull
/.via
Andrea Deichert Emily Eisenhauer Marie Holtmeier Jerilyn Jensen Kristy Keller
Rhiannon Kenner Maggan Kitten Maggan Kitten Laura Martin
Jenny Peterson
Jen Rajewich Lindsay Schellpeper Molly Skoog
Katie Sup Erin Walker
/.via K a p p a Cynthia Schutz
Who's Who Delta Epsilon
Rebekah Adams Kim Mullendore Deidra Tidwell
Delta Omega
Melissa Baker
Epsilon Chi
Lisa Fort
G a m m a Delta
Holhe Ambler Kim Griffin Jessica Litton Megan Maxcy Carla Sullivant
Student Government
Alpha Delta
Catherine Aliord Mandy Davis
Sue Deshpande Rebecca Myers Kathrvn Rutledge Brooke West Rachel Wood
Alpha Phi
Ashley Boone Nicole Chinadle Hillary Guilford
Alpha Theta
Alexis Heffern Rebecca Molle Anne Titus
Beta Phi
Kristen Hursh Jenni Jacobs Katie Worsham
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Chi Psi
Kerri Holden
Delta Delta
Kristen Cantrell Brynn Hall Ashley Monk April Owen
Delta Omega
Melissa Baker
Lori Brown
Whitney Bushart Bethany Chadwell Lindsay Chamberlain Jessica Cherry
Christy Clouse Kelly Connor Bree Gillman Whitney Holland Julie Janes Jennifer Lanning Hillary Martin Renea Renfroe Sarah Spears Stacey Stephen
Delta Psi
Michelle Fiasconero Nicole Lancia
Epsilon Chi
Sarah Aurigemma Patty Basial Danielle Bowman Kristy Bryant
Lisa Fort
Katie Gosselin Alicia Kotoski Kelley Kruse Katie Townsend
Epsilon Omega
Sammye Jo Monroe Andrea Yelton
Epsilon Sigma
Nicole Heerilne Jessica Weiss
Gamma Delta
Emily Archibald Jaclyn Berry Emily Collins Amanda Dunlevy Ashley Hood Lauren Huff Aimee Rivera
Gamma Omicron
Nava Ben-Avraham
Gamma Sigma
Jamey Forehand Maria Hagler
K a p p a A l p h a
Jocelyn Eglen Darbv Thompson
Kappa Gamma
Carmella Frederick
Kappa Kappa
Katy Jarboe Rebecca Summers Shaunda Young
Kappa Omicron
Rachel Bozynski Shannon Cian Megan Gaylord Evan Beth Goss Amy Killebrew Casey Williams
Kappa Rho
Charlia Porath Vicki Zandarski
Kappa Tau
Susan Howell Joelle McWilliams
Lambda Eta
Mackenzie Batzer Ann Marie Klotz Danielle Eaviolette
Lambda Omicron
Jessica W ashburn
Lambda Tau
Kayla Haltom Kristi Rabb
Nu Beta
Kate Baron
\u Omicron
Claire Cowart Claire Cowart Dorothy Holliday Megan Linger Sarah MacElvain Soha Patel
Omega Omicron
Kristy Dyer
Amy Murphy Cerissa Sanderson
Omega Epsilon
Jennifer Fangman Valerie Hillow
Omicron
Jamie Ballinger Kristen Beeler Lauren Bowlin Jennie Bradley Elizabeth Clement
Kacee Clement Melissa Cobble Jordan Crihfield Gennie Gieselmann Kim Keightley Frances Kirkland Sara Pottinger Shelley Rappe Michelle Thomas
Julie Cooper Kara Meinke
Phi Epsilon
Mary Cox Kim Hartman
Rho Omicron
Sarah Bradford Michele Butler Carson Carlisle .Abbey Epps
Sigma Alpha
Suzie Barry Jennifer Fluharly
Sigma Rho
Carol Fink
Tau Delta
Ann Patton Nelson Kim Polkowsky Shaye Rabold Morgan Robinson Kristin Ziel
Tau Omicron
Cortney Greene Meleia Greene Kelly Lowry Kelli McDaniel Melanie Rose Becca Thomson
Theta Chi
Nichole Foval Janette Hebert Shannon Schmidt Jeantte Wiederien
Theta Pi
Filomena Dinnuzzo Mena Dinuzzo Julie Gatto
Liza Kuchar Heather Mellin
Theta Psi
Erin Anders
Jen Bair
Christi Bowe Tracy Dobnikar
Michelle Dotto Melissa Lang Erin Munson Colleen Novotny Karen Renyolds
Zeta
Brady Fritz
Sarah Schoenrock
Zeta K a p p a
Katherine Hinton Jill Lewis
Zeta Psi
Liane Bailey Missy Rennett Annie Cox
Emily Heater Emily Kyler Emily Rinner
Chi EpsUon
Lindsay Block Tina Chambers Emily Fry
Chi L a m b d a
Amanda Carroll Briana Dunn Danielle Grecco Victoria Wright
Chi Theta
Danae Wisely
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Thompson Parisa Arash
Amanda
Phi c w Phi Sigma
Sadie Cox
Jill Hastings Jennie Lamont Cole Taylor
Student
Ambassadors
Alpha Delta
Andrea Carver Molly Fielding Lindy Lomenick Emily Marlar Catherine North Erin Prillaman Kathryn Rutledge Kathryn Taylor Ashley Thomson Brooke West
Beta Gamma
Laura Reinstein
Beta Phi
.Andrea DiPietro Rebecca Huffman Jenni Jacobs April McCord
Chi Delta
.Amy Hawes
Delta Beta
Jennifer Beslin Candice Jacobsen
Delta Omega
Sarah Beyer Stephanie Blacklev Lori Brown Bethany Chadwell Jessica Cherry Christy Clouse Whitney Coleman Cynthia Glass Amber Henderson Shelley Hill
Julie Janes
Lauren Johnston Julia Krampe Emily Miller Ashley Olson Amanda Peek Renea Renfroe
Elly Wells
Delta Pi
Jenine Comp Jessica Covert Chrissy Nagel Lisa Przychodzki
Delta Psi
Erika Adkins
Elisa Bromme Michelle Cirillo Anne Marie Dozif Michelle Fiasconaro
Bragging RigW


Nicole Lancia Jessica Larkin Dominique LaVacca Suzanne Montino Gina Rocco
Heather Schmitt Katie Silvers Danielle Simone
Epsilon
Susan Birnbaum Rebecca Fishman Katherine Osborn Melissa Sarno
Epsilon Chi
Cristine Sanlorenzo Christine Waterman
Epsilon Omega
Erica Conley
Epsilon Sigma
Kelly Darr
Gamma
Lindsay Rice
Gamma Alpha
Megan Sinks
G a m m a Delta
Deidre Dowling Lauren Huff
Gamma Omicron
Natalie Gonzalez
Kappa Gamma
Nicole Maassen
Kappa Kappa
Carissa Herr
Kappa Lambda
Kelly Barrie
Kappa Tau
Ashleigh Balot Susan Howell
Lambda Eta
Shannon Cross Rachel Izzo
Lambda Tau
Brandi Rodreiguez
\u Beta
Kate Baron Christie Bolen Amanda Clark
Cindy Jones Corby Mason Caroline Roussel Lauren Webb
Nu Omicron
Suzanne Clark Katie Garrety Lauren Howard Courtney Kelsey
Omega Omicron
Brooke Birdsong Jenny Hayes Hope Oliver Krista Vaughn
Omega LpsUon
Mandi Franco
Omicron
Jennifer Allen Jamie Ballinger Kristen Beeler Jenni Bradley Carrie Buckner Elizabeth Clement Tinsley-Ann Ellison Ashley Gass
Abbie Lee Majors June Marable Sara Pottinger
Phi Sigma
Bridget Abboud Amber Gloystein Chara Howard Kara Meinke Anya Trumler
Phi LpsUon
Emily Brink Jenny Dierks
Pi Delta
Leigh Anne Fierro Amy House
Amy Klempner Julia Musiker Jeannine Pilla Megan Shipley Sara Shipley
Kari Snyder Rachael Warren
Rho Omicron
Lauren Adkins Lauren Adkins Autumne Bailey Julie Braxton Beth Franklin Kerry Lane Nicki Russell
Tau
Imee Cambronero Katie Clark
Erin Hannigan
Sarah Hunt Stephanie Radomsky
Tau Omicron
Mary Jane Chunn Jennifer Huggins Amanda Lamberth Kristi Moore
Amy Parks Crystal Reynolds Sheila Sammons Becca Thomson Kristin West
Theta C h i
Sonya Alien Becky Donaldson Nichole Foval Mandy Hain Rebecca Heuertz Nicole Winders
Theta O m e g a
Lesbe Block Katie Cuttler Amy Karn
Theta Psi
Tracy Dobnikar Michelle Dotto Abigail Good Melissa Lang Karen Reynolds Shannon Riordan Julie Szczechowski Sara Zimmerman
Zeta P i
Jessica King Jessica Lemons Lindsev Martin
Varsity Athletes
Alpha Delta
Janet Golen
A l p h a G a m m a
Lisa Vangstad
Alpha Theta
Meredith Bacon Kelly Benda Keyli Schultz
Beta Phi
Allison Bordeaux Maria Delamata Amanda Field
Chi Delta
Deidra Azuara Ryan Zwelling
Chi Epsilon
Allison Haas
Chi L a m b d a
Audrey Betz Brooke Hoener Samantha Siegfried Crystal Stock
Chi Psi
Ashely Kiersted
Ashley Kiersted Kiersted
Kappa Kappa
Carly Brooks Whitney Brown Kathy Grimes
Kappa Omicron
Shannon Cian
Jill Peterfeso
Libby Shea Courtney Umberger
Kappa Phi
Kimberly Zell
Lambda Chi
Tammy Beckman Laura Bullard Crystal Hammond
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Delta Beta
Jennifer Beslin Blasia Hornsby
Delta Omega
Elizabeth Hawkins Liza Jane Hayes Melinda Hazelwood Ashley Meador
EpsUon
Miriam Fisher Alethea Wait
Epsilon Chi
Emily Goodman Shaunda Legg Alyssa Martin
Epsilon Gamma
Theresa Mattingly
Gamma Alpha
Krishna Dorville Andrea Ogden Naureen Shahid
Gamma Sigma
Barbie Kinder
Kappa Alpha
Kelly Rupert
Amy Hughes Andrea Smeltzer
Lambda Omicron
Lisa Malone Brittney Painter Jessica Washburn
Omega
Brooke Paul
Omega Omicron
Lora Belk Jennifer Craig Jessica Craig Kristy Dyer
Jenny Hayes
Amy Murphy Cerissa Sanderson
Omicron
Natalie Fesher
P h i C h i
Nicole Dorrance Karyn Vostok
Phi Sigma
Amanda Lampe Amanda Lampe


Rho Omieron
Autumne Bailey
Sigma Chi
Ann Fidler
Alicia Groveston Molly Johnson Wendy MAgnuson Megan Muzzy Cathy Paulocci Marney Russel Suanne Teal Lindsay Ward
Tau
Zanna Dagel
Tau Delta
Kim Andrews Whitney Curvin Margaret Edwards Mary Elizabeth May
Tau Lambda
Amy Heck Tarryn Lobb
Tau Omega
Kelly Morris
Kim Painter Samantha Shockley
Tau Omieron
Amanda Lamberth Sheila Sammons
Theta Chi
Becky Donaldson Janette Hebert Elizabeth Miller
Theta Pi
Danielle Flanigan Melissa Javaheri Gina Noce
Zeta
Alicia Ingram Andrea Mullen Stephanie Schaffer
Zeta Pi
Kara Morgan Kara Morgan
Cheerleaders Delta Psi
Bragging Rigln+r
Zeta Pi
Lindsey Eubank Jessica Lemons
Zeta Psi
Emily Cox
Bands and
Majorettes
Alpha Phi
Laura Bruner
Alpha Theta
Kelly Benda Meegan Keller Jane Lehmann Andrea McRobbie Kristie Workman
Chi Delta
Megan Burns
Chi Epsilon
Tara Henson
Chi Lambda
Sarah Atkinson Beth Harmon
Delta Beta
Alicia Delcambre Leigh Ann Johnson
Delta Delta
Leigh Armistead
Delta Pi
Allison Pleser
Epsilon
Carolyn Margolin
Epsilon
Carolyn Margolin
Epsilon Chi
Erin Redmond
Epsilon Sigma
Jill Bergman Lori Ensley Nicole Heerline
kappa Lambda
Stephanie Bumstead Tara-Lee Freedeen
kappa Rho
Delores W ard
Lambda Omieron
Rachel Guenther Deneil Quinn
and Dance Teams
Alpha Gamma
Jamie Severson
A l p h a P h i
Rebecca Tunkel
Alpha Theta
Stephanie Adkinson Jane Lehmann Jennifer Willock
Beta Phi
Alexis Jordan
Chi Delta
Christine Hood Kathryn Horton
Chi Lambda
Summer Bastin Jennifer Bun- Jessica Ewing Lori Hughes Sarah Lamar Megan Meyer Leslie Payne Sara Ray
Alicia Wilderman
Chi Theta
Tammv Rothell
Delta Beta
Allyson Barbe
Delta Delta
Elissa Ilarbuck Andrea Smith
Delta Omega
Jessie Harrison Elizabeth Hawkins
Delta Pi
Emily Bezy Teressa Guastello Shannon Munns Chrissy Nagel
Gina Rocco
Omega Omieron
Katherine Finnern Molly Parker Krista Vaughn Bobbie Williams
Omieron
Sarabeth Beekman Whitney Carter
Elise Collier
Kellev Eidenmuller Kelly Gwynne Mason Christy Smith
Anna Claire Snyder Beth Williams
Sara Wilson
Phi Chi
Michelle Miller Adele Rocyte
P h i S i g m a
Lisa Kohl
Jody Trautman
Phi Epsilon
Katie Tucker
Rho Omieron
Autumne Bailey Amanda Johnson Cindy McElroy Amv Midgett Nik'i Orr
Carrie Smith Chrissie Zukotynski
Sigma Rho
Ruth Bailev
Tau Gamma
Edna Calbalfin
Tau L a m b d a
Heather Snyder
Tau Omieron
Kaythryn Douglas Kelli McDaniel Jenniler Scruggs
Theta Omega
Melissa Richy
Theta Pi
Emily Moment
Theta Psi
Andrea Elek James Etim
Doege Kelly
Carey Rennekamp Cindi Yang
Zeta k a p p a
Esia Hernandez Alissa Jones Sarah Smith
Epsilon Chi
Sarah Beggs Jenny Brown Cara Catalfuomo Stacey Edney Chrissy Kilgariff Rory McFatridge Leslie Sutton Dayna Wolek
Epsilon Sigma
Kim Parchem
Gamma Alpha
Jamie Awbrey Leticia Decoud Danielle Doolin Maureen Hill
Gamma Delta
Cathy Spahn
Gamma Sigma
Amanda Jones Kimberly Kramer Heidi Soderman
K a p p a k a p p a
Wendy Whittern Shaunda Young
Kappa Lambda
Stephanie Bumstead
kappa Omieron
Kim Battersby
kappa Tau
Melissa DeRamus Erin Lyons
Sarah Robison
Lambda Omieron
Stephanie Miller Lydia Coffman
\ u Beta
Nikki Bender Mariah Mavromatis Lauren McGee Sarah Scheldt
Nu Omieron
Abbey Guerin Abbey Guerin Lucy Hight Katherine Schister Kathleen Wucher
Omega
Meg Camardese
Jessica
Reichwein
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Bragging KigWtf
Nu Beta
Jaci Moore
Omega Omicron
Kristy Dyer Cerissa Sanderson
Omicron
Lanie Blankenship
IMii Lpsilon
Elizabeth Goodrich
Rho Omicron
Rebecca Davidson
Tau Lambda
Kristin Vagnoni
Tau Omega
Cathy Curtis
Greta Hicks
Rebecca Huyck
Ann Jonzy
Tennille Kinnison Katherine Lobe Rachel McCartney Courtney Meade Amy Musterman Shana Page
Amanda Pennington
Theta Chi
Sonya Allen
Sara Harper Melissa Thompson
Theta Omega
Katie Guttler
ZetaPi
Tiffany Hailey
Zeta Psi
Ashley Wright
Queens, Courts and Pageants
Alpha Delta
Brooke Boswell Rossi Morris
Alpha Gamma
Tamara Tremblay
Alpha Phi
Nicole Chinadle
Beta Phi
Becky Carlson 42
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Lisa Knight Erin Meyer Keri Rose
Jen Valentine
ZetaPi
Karen Leigh Samples
Zeta Psi
Annie Cox Ryan Mason
Editors of
Campus
jPubheations Alpha Delta
Maris Sertic
Alpha G a m m a
Christy Lawrence
Alpha G a m m a
Tamara Tremblay
Alpha Phi
Kelsey Eggensberger
Alpha Theta
Stephanie Adkinson Meredith Bacon
Beta Phi
Elizabeth Beltramini
Chi Delta
Rebecca Prevot
Chi Epsilon
Shelly Vora
Chi Psi
Jenny Baracco
Mo Naylor Kimberly Tahsuda Jennifer Thomson
Delta Omega
Stephanie Elder Ryan Fondaw Julie Janes
Epsilon
Susan Birnbaum Katherine Davis Beth Herskovits
Epsilon Chi
Emily MacDonnell
Epsilon Gamma
Nan Blakesly
Gamma Sigma
Barbie Kinder
kappa Gamma
Stephanie Bertoldo
kappa Omicron
Laura Bauer Lisa DiTrilio Brooke Foster
Lambda Chi
Stacy Gorman Katie Holbach
Lambda Omicron
Deneil Quinn Oriana Serena
Omega Omicron
Katherine Barratt Brooke Birdsong Cathleen Cox
Omega Lpsilon
Shari Lewis Megan Rose
Phi Chi
Meredith Klein Julia Grathwol
Pi Delta
Emily Dammeyer
Sigma Alpha
Jessica Lambert
Sigma Rho
Jaime Wassum
Theta Psi
Shannon Riordan
Zeta Psi
Ileather Astopenia
Chi Lambda
(Christina Girten Courtney Kissel Shannon Rieger Katherine Zimmer
Chi Theta
Dana Drummonds
Delta Beta
Crystal LeBlanc Angel Mazurkiewicz
Delta Omega
Lindsay Chamberlain Stevie Lowery
Ashley Olson
Holly" Parks
Epsilon Chi
Lisa Fort
Gamma Delta
Emily Collins Jama Jacobs
Gamma Omicron
Julie Donaldson
Gamma Sigma
Jamey Forehand
kappa Alpha
Alyssa Barnhart
Kappa Rho
Tonya Tibbs
kappa Tau
Cady Breyel Nikki Broussard Rachael Guarino Erin Lvons
Nu Beta
Mariah Mavromatis Alexa Prince
Nu Omicron
Suzanne Clark Sarah MacElvain
Courtney
Thompson
Theta
P i
Lambda Chi
Sallie Skinner
Lambda Eta
Noddea Moore
Mena Dinnuzzo
Theta Psi
Jill Chalmers
Kelly Doege Michelle Dotto
Mary Beth Keyerleh
Omega Omicron
Katherine Finnern Amy Murphy
Phi Sigma
Chara Howard
Phi Lpsilon
Robyn Bognar
Rho Omicron
Kathryn Fowler Megan Hearon Kerry Lane
Sigma Alpha
Jennifer Fluharty
Tau
Imee Cambronero
Tau Delta
Alexa Jones Tyrenda Williams
Tau L a m b d a
Becky Hilty
Tau Omicron
Becky Howard Kara Johnson
Theta C h i
Angela Addison
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Outstanding Campus Honors and Awards
Wow! AOIFs collegiate chapters have earned many honors this year. The following is a miscellaneous listing of awards which have been reported by our collegiate chapters. These honors were earned on their campuses and are in addition to those listed in our Bragging Rights section found on pages 32-42. Information was gathered from AlphaLink reports and email submissions to the editor. Congratulations to the terrific year our chapters have experienced!
Alpha Delta
U of Alabama
Outstanding Greek Freshman, Courtney Gover Outstanding Greek Sophomore. Rachel Wood Outstanding Greek Junior, Andrea Carver Order of Omega President Brook West
1st Place Greek Week Dance Contest
Alpha Gamma Washington State U Chapter President of the Year
Alpha Lambda Georgia Southern U Chapter of the Year - 2000-2001
Alpha Phi
Montana State U
Silver Chapter Excellence Award
Greek Week Champions
Most Spirited Sorority Dance Marathon 2000
Alpha Psi
Bowling Green State U
Greek Judicial Board Chief Administrator, Lindsey Jarret
Alpha Theta
Coe College
Merit Scholars, Rebecca Molle
and Anne Titus Clark Spellman Research Grant,
Janelle Wagg William
Beta Phi
Indiana U
Top Ten Little 500 Race Finish
Little 500 Queen Court Rebecca Huffman Greek Fest Winners
IU Sing 2nd Place
Chi Delta
U of Colorado
John G Copeland Award-Highest GPA Excellence In Academics
Delta Beta
U of Louisiana at Lafayette 1st Place Watermelon Bust Comp-tition
Delta Epsilon Jacksonville State U
Most Outstanding Chapter
Greek Woman of the Year, Rebekah Adams Highest Chapter GPA
Highest New Member GPA
1st Place JSL's Annual College Bowl Excellence in Alumnae Relations Excellence in Community Relations Excellence in University Relations
Delta Omega
Murray State U
Highest .All-Greek GPA
Highest New Member CPA
Intramural All-Sports Champions
Order of Omega Greek Participation Award
Delta Pi
Central Missouri State U Highest Women's' GPA on Campus
Delta Rho
DePaul U
Greek Week Champion for Third Year
Delta Psi
State U of New York
2nd Place Highest GPA on Campus
Epsilon
Cornell U
Most Outstanding New Member Program
Epsilon Chi
Elon College
Organization of the Year
Greek Week Champion
Most Involved Chapter Award
Faculty Advisor of the Year, Maryann Inabnit Chapter of Excellence Award
Epsilon Gamma
U of Northern Colorado Kelsey Weber- Highest Greek GPA
Gamma Alpha
George Mason U
Outstanding Greek Organization for 2nd Year All-Sport Winners
Gamma Delta
U of South Alabama
Most Outstanding Chapter President,
Emily Collins Highest Sorority GPA
New Member Class with Highest GPA Standard of Excellence Award
1st place in Songfest
1st place All-University in Volleyball
and Rasketball
Chapter Proficiency Award Membership Development Award Panhellenic Spirit Award
Gamma Omicron U of Florida
Chapter of the Year
Gamma Sigma Georgia State U
Chapter of the Year
Student Organization of the Year
lota
U of Illinois
Greek Week Champions
Best New Philanthropy
Outstanding Chapter President Gina Gerardi Outstanding New Member, Rachel Williams
Kappa Kappa
Ball State U
Panhellenic VP Education and Programming,
Olivia Griner
Panhellenic VP Internal Affairs,
Becky Summers
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Kappa Lambda U of Calgary Most Improved GPA
Kappa Omicron
Rhodes College
Outstanding Greek Chapter Scholarship Outstanding Greek Advisor of the Year,
Carol Culpepper
Kappa Omega
U of Kentucky
Highest New Member GPA
Highest Greek Member GPA Panhellenic President-elect, Liz Wilson 1st Place Wildcat Cup - Homecoming
Kappa Tau
Southeastern Louisiana U Most Outstanding Campus Organization Three Green "S" Awards
Panhellenic Greek Woman of the Year,
Laini Vogel
Panhellenic President 2001-2002,
Laini Vogel
Female Greek Champion Award-Intramurals
Kappa Rho
Western Michigan U
Chapter Standards of Excellence Award
Lambda Tau
U of Louisiana at Monroe
Chapter of the Year
Panhellenic Outstanding Participation Highest New Member GPA
Nu lota
Northern Illinois U Amazing Alpha Award
Pi Award
Nu Omicron
Vanderbilt U
Chancellor Heard Award for Most Outstanding Sorority
Order of Omega Leadership Award Outstanding Sophomore Sorority Member,
Katherine Hurst
Omega
Miami U
Social Responsibility Award
Omega Upsilon
Ohio U
Edwin L . Kennedy Leadership Award Academic Achievement Award
Omicron
U ofTennessee
Highest Panhellenic GPA
All Campus Events Overall Trophy
Phi Beta
East Stroudsburg U Chapter of the Year
Greek Unity and Involvement New Member Education and
Development Award Emerging Greek Leader,
Dawn Decandido Greek W oman of the Year,
Michelle Keating
Phi Sigma
U of Nebraska-Kearney
Total Chapter Programming Award Performance Award for Risk Management Performance Award for Panhellenic Panhellenic Spirit Award
2001 Panhellenic President, March Young
Phi Upsilon
Purdue U
Outstanding Greek Senior, Emily Brink Most Improved GPA on Campus
Pi Delta
U of Maryland
Overall Programming Award 2000
Rho Omicron
Middle Tennessee State U Most Outstanding Chapter Award
Most Outstanding Fund Raiser
Most Outstanding New Member Program
Greek Ambassador, KristenYoungblood Most Outstanding Advisor, Anne Marie Toy
Sigma Alpha
West Virginia U
Most Improved Sorority 2001 Homecoming 2000—1st Place Panhellenic Presidents' Award
Sigma Phi
California State U-Northridge Creek Week Champion
Advisor of the Year, Orit Rappaport
Tau
U of Minnesota
Outstanding Educational Prograniming
2000-2001
Most Outstanding Greek Chapter
Tau Omicron
U ofTennessee Martin First Place Panhellenic Sports
Second Place Panhellenic Scholarship
Tau Omega
Transylvania U
Highest Cumulative GPA on Campus
Theta Psi
U of Toledo
First Place Annual Songfest Competition
Zeta
U of Nebraska-Lincoln
Four members honored in Ivy Day Celebration
Panhellenic Treasurer, Katie Sup Recruitment Assistant, Jackie Hill
Zeta Kappa
Southwest Texas State U Chapter Accreditation Award
Zeta Psi
East Carolina U
Chapter of the Year for Two Years Most Improved GPA
Best Sister Sorority Award
Best Educational Program Highest GPA on Campus
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