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Our Missions:
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The mission offo Dragma ofAlpha Omicron Pi is:
to inform, educate andinspire our readers on subjects relevant to our Fraternity,our chapters, our members, or Greek life;to encourage lifetime AOTTinvolvement to saluteexcellence;andtoserveasapermanent record of our Fraternity's history.
Alpha Omicron Pi Ftutern'ity, Inc.
Alpha Omicron Pi is an international
fratem'rty promoting friendship for a lifetime, inspiring academic excellence and lifelong learn- ing and developing leadership skills through service to the Fraternity and community.
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The mission of the Alpha Omicron Pi
Foundation is to fund programs, which promote
the intellectual, ethical and leadership develop- ment of members of Alpha Omicron Pi
Fraternity and, through its philanthropic efforts, benefit the larger society. The vision of the Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation is to ensure the continuation ofAlphaOmicronPiFraternityaswelookaheadto the challenges of the 21st Century.
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A W orld of Possibilities
The 1999 Internationa] Convention was a rewarding experience for all who attended. Review the award winners, the great moments andthememories made
in Orlando.
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Officer Directory
X handy abbreviated version of the A O n officer directory is included in this issue.
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Our New Home
In the next several issues, we will give you updates
on the building campaign and construction progress of our new international headquarters. In this issue,some ofyour most commonly asked questions are answered.
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Foundation
Annual Report
This issue proudly recognizes ourdonors and their generous contributions to the AOfl Foundation.
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Financial Planning
For Life!
A look at how we could better manage o u r own personal finances. From budgeting to investment planning, there is always more we can do.
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Collegiate Idea Sharing In this issue our chapters share ideas o n scholarship incentives.
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The AOTT Emporium
A portion of AOITs new 16 page Emporium catalog is presented in this issue. Contact the Emporium
for a complete copy.
On the Road Again
The 1999-2000 chapter consultant team is on the road for AOn. Getto know this outstanding group of women.
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Carolejurenko Jones International President
AOIIperspective
Leadership through Service
Alpha Omicron Pi...there is something very unique and special about our organi- zation that distinguishes us from all others. We strive toward the goals of honesty, gen- uine friendship, leadership, service to oth- ers, and reaching our potential. Most importantly, however, we never back down from facing the challenges affecting women in our society.
To sum all of these characteristics up into one guiding principle, I would say that at AOITs core is the concept of leadership through service. This is what makes AOII more than just a social club and this is what makes us so special.
As we begin a new biennium and stand at the verge of a new millennium, we must determine what the future course of our fraternity will be. In the past, Alpha Omicron Pi has set the standard for others to follow. Mow we must raise that standard even higher and accept nothing less than excellence. The way to do that is to stay true to what has brought us this far and that is by renewing our commitment to the service of leadership.
I believe that the best way for us to do this is by listening to each other and helping each other set the standard for the future. It is you, the members and volunteers who are out there selflessly giving of your time to make our fraternity work It is because of you, who are leading our fraternity by serv- ing each other that AOII is so special.
I asked several of our collegiate chapters to tell me about themselves —I wanted to find out who our members are and what we stand for. I chose our collegiate chapters, because they are the foundation of Alpha Omicron Pi. The values and ideals that they learn during college are what they will carry with them as alumnae and apply for the rest of their lives.
Here is what I learned: First, I discovered that the members of Alpha Omicron Pi are very concerned with pushing each other to reach their full potential academically. Through our chapter education and other training programs that teach our members to manage their time and adopt strong study habits, we are well prepared for the challenges inside the classroom. Many of our chapters were recognized this past year for maintaining either the highest all-soror- ity GPA or the highest all-Greek CPA on their campus.
Second, we are committed to reaching our full potential outside of the classroom. As allofyouknow,thereismuchmoretocol- lege than what takes place inside a lecture hall. College is the time to expand your horizons and be involved on campuses and the communities around. Those who accept this challenge will be the leaders of tomorrow. This year several of our chap- ters had the honor of having a member be named Greek W oman of the Year on their campus. The commitment of these mem- bers to voluntarily go the extra mile and become actively involved is something of which we can all be proud.
Third, there is a common thread of sister- hood and genuine concern for each other that runs through each of our chapters. I think this is the element that struck me the most, because if our members were excelling in academics and personal achievement, but did not support each other, then an outside observer would reach the conclusion that AOII is good at attracting high caliber members and noth- ing more. But, the fact that our chapters demonstrate their support for each other shows that we are accomplishing more as a
group than we ever could alone. And with- out the support of our sisters, we would not be successful in the other areas of acade- mics or personal achievement
This support is the common thread of ser- vant leadership. This is what makes Alpha Omicron Pi what it is today and this con- cept will carry us into the future.
I want to thank all of you for the dedica- tion you have put into making our frater- nity strong and viable. You are the ones who have brought about the growth that AOII has experienced over the last decade, allowing countless women to ben- efit from the support and encouragement that A O n brings.
My primary goal during this biennium wiff be to embody the ideal of leadership through service that you have shown to me. I will strive to be accessible to you at all times and to always respond to your thoughts and opinions.
The lines of communication between members and fraternity leaders, as well as between alumnae and collegiate members, will always be open. This will be my guide for serving you, and this will be the guide for us to respond to each other and serve each other more effectively.
As we work together we will celebrate you, our outstanding members and our volun- teers, and follow your example of leader- ship through service. The efforts of you and those who came before you have brought us the success of the past.
You will guide Alpha Omicron Pi into the future, and over the next two years I will look forward to following your example, and serving you in any way that I can.
Fraternally,
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Smites /ram Eps/ton Omego members, LisaJo burton, Dawn Pingfeton, Nichole Simpson and Melissa Hackney.
In June, Disney's Coronado Springs Resort at Walt Disney World played host to Alpha Omicron P i's 1 9 9 9 International Convention. In true Disney style, it was a magical experience for everyone. Alter a lull day of train- ing for network specialists and chapter presidents, the first major event got underway o n Wednesday, June 2 3 . Mickey Mouse and Goofy welcomed AOFI delegates and non-delegates to a delicious Mexican buffet The char- acters were dressed in the themed attire of the magnifi- cent Coronado Springs Resort, which features the beauti- ful architecture of Mexico and th e American Southwest. (Read about AOITs connection to the Resort in the relat- ed article on page 15.)
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Alycia Rink. CA for Gamma Iheta was expecting her new arrival any day.
Western Gxfy was on hand to greet guests to convent/on during the opening reception.


AOTT convention builds sisterhood memories.
AOJTs 1998 National Panhellenic Conference Delegation, LindaCollier,PegCrawford,Mary Williams,andRobinWright
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Chapter Advisers Deano Isonjau Omega;Jill Kennedy, Chi Epsilon;and Lexington AP LeAnne Box, met along the resorts lagoon following Ritual.
Rosalie Barber and Lori Hart during the opening reception.
Thursday dawned bright and early for collegiate chapter presidents as they were provided the opportunity to par- ticipate in Opening Ritual. Following Ritual, Alice and the White Rabbit greeted guests to our Alice in Wonderland Tea themed brunch Colorful giant flowers and a giant teapot made for a delightful backdrop.
The early afternoon was spent attending to AOFI busi- ness during the opening business session, followed by breakout sessions on topics such as leadership, recruit- ment risk management, and academic development. Additionally, the AOFI Foundation sponsored a presen- tation from the Kids On The Block puppets.
Alice and the White Rabbit greet Elaine Ellis, Kathy Sowell and Maroa W ehrte before brunch.
Thursday evening featured the World of Excellence Awards Banquet and Awards Ceremony. This proved to be a special evening for many chapters and individuals who were recognized for their excellence. (A listing ol the major awards presented this biennium is included on pages 12-13.) During the banquet, an exciting announcement was made regarding the construction of AOITs new International Headquarters building in Nashville. Fund raising efforts officially got underway with the unveiling of the architectural rendering and the announcement of the capital campaign team.
AOTT Foundation's jeanie Sells and Ann Kunkel. representing Aj'AO, presented a program educating our audience about Juvenile
Arthritis using the Kids On The Block Puppets.
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On Friday morning, attendees were given the opportuni- ty to witness National Panhellenic Conference's Something of Value Program i n action. I n 1997, Alpha Omicron Pi and Kappa Delta helped endow this power- ful risk management program which has had an enor- mous impact on over 20 campuses. By coming together, Greek women have learned how to make a difference regarding risk management issues on their campus. T h e program can b e tailored to address th e issues that most directly affect each campus, such as alcohol abuse or eat- ing disorders.
An abbreviated mock trial portion of the program, pre- sented during the conference, featured an alcohol relat- ed death of a sorority sister. Led by Karen Woodward, Delta Delta Delta, the dramatization was effective and follow-up discussion enlightening.
Teammeetingsandspecialistmeetingswerejustafasoftheopportunities to spend time with new friends.
A break following Ritual, gave dele- gates a chance to head to the front lobby and explore the resort gift
shop for a few souvenirs.
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All current and past chapter consultants in attendance at convention.
The "Something ofValue" presentation generated a thought provoking discussion on alcohol abuse and negligence.
Following the Something of Value Program, a brunch was held to give the AOFI Foundation an opportunity to highlight the many outstanding accomplishments of the past year and discuss further endeavors.
Next up was the second business session of the conven- tion followed by everyone's favorite activity - free time. Friday afternoon and evening was free to spend with sis- ters or family. Unfortunately, the weather didn't cooper- ate, but everyone still managed to have a great day.
W henever possible, delegates enjoyed a jew moments in the Florida sunshine.
M em bers of the newly formed AQTT Properties, Inc. board. CaroleJones,]ane Tessmer, Sky Louapre, Shirley Knipfel. Mary C onverse. Nancy Garrett Joanne Earls, and Mary Anne Wolfersberger.
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FourAOTT sisters get into the Disney spirit in mouse ears.
speaker, Betty Beene, both Sigma Omicron's (Arkansas State U), before the Panhelienic Brunch Betty is President and CEO of United Way of America.
The first major event on Saturday, June 26 was the clos- ing business session which included the elections lor the new Executive and Foundation Boards. The Panhelienic Luncheon followed and was appropriately themed "Hercules." The beautiful setting featured greek columns and murals of characters from the movie. This lovely event also featured an inspiring speech by our keynote speaker, Betty Stanley Beene, President and CEO, United Way of America. In this role, Betty leads an organization that supports 1,400 member United Ways, which together raised $3.4 billion in their 1997-98 cam- paigns. United Way supports over 44,000 agencies and millions o f people. Betty w as initiated into Sigma Omicron Chapter (Arkansas State U).
On Saturday afternoon, alumnae chapter presidents had their chance to participate in a convention Ritual for the Closing Ritual and Memorial Service.
Local Orlando Alumnae and their husbands before the Rose Banquet
Just as her name was announced, Lori Miller, CRNS, hugs the 1999 Perry Award winner, Melissa Parsons. Omega Chapter.
One of the most rewarding aspects of convention is the opportunity to share ideas with other sisters.
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7?i/s m assive tMHSntibn center required a great deo/ of walking but judging /romtfiesesmiles, most guests didn't core.
A re/axing m om ent outside.
Rose Banquet seating was handled by reservation this year Most everyone loved the chance to sit with sisters of their own choosing.
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The Beast escorts newAOTT International President Carole jurenko Jones, to her seat dunng the Rose Banquet processional.
AOTTs Royalty, Past International Presidents Ann Gichnst Linda Collier. Norma Ackei, Ginger Banks, Peg Crawford, Mary Williams, Joan MacCallum, Barbara Hunt and Nancy McCain.
PaWe DowieANS, and Nancy Shaheen, CA read the hilanous Resolutions of Courtesy Report from their Committee.
Photo opportunities were abundant espe- aalry prior to the Rose Banquet when many were dressed in evening gowns.
One of our local Orlando committee chairman, Sally Gray and her husband, enjoy a special moment during Rose Banquet
Kappa Chi Chapter Adviser Shelly Jimenez, and Chapter President Lacey Dumas before the Rose Banquet
AOTT conventions offer great opportunities to rekindle friendships and make new ones.
As always, the AOTT Empom
rium offered fabubus mer- chandise for sale. Of particularfy interest this year w ere the new AOTT officer charms.
Past IP, Linda Collier, passes the President's Gavel to new
IP, Carole Jurenko Jones.
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This AOTT mom, Becky Brinkman, and daughterMison Presley, both served on the local Orlando alum-
Saturday evening was o u r spectacular Beauty and th e Beast themed Rose Banquet Belle a n d th e Beast, i n their best formal attire, greeted guests as they entered the ballroom. The movie's theme song softly filled the room and an enormous backdrop engulfed the front of the ballroom. Each table featured an ice sculptured ball with a red rose frozen inside. The traditional Executive Board processional was made more memorable as th e Beast escorted each newly elected board member to the risers, and o u r new International President down th e aisle to her seat
As dessert was about to be served, the back doors of the banquet hall swung open a n d dozens o f waiters ranintothesoundsof"BeOurGuest" Withtrays held high they marched around the room before serv- ing a magnificent chocolate rose filled with mousse created especially for AOFI. Marsha Guenzler, Beta Lambda (Illinois Wesleyan L) delivered o u r keynote address for the evening. Another favorite event, Candlelighting, followed the dinner.
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Left Omega Omtavn co-CA's Shannon Randolph and Latnca Stalling* both brought their daughters along for the fun.
Below. PiDelta'sChapterAdviser,Mary Barbuto, brought her two legacies to eqoy Mickey's Qubhouse breakfast
Right Zeta Kappa's FA Poxanne Nicks and her sleeping angel dunng the children's tim e
with Mickey and Minnie M ouse.
Below rjghc AOTT smiles ail around.
Ton Morgan. Recruitment Network Director, and her family anxiously await the arrival of Mickey and Minnie A/louse.
A special function was held just for the kids. AOTT sponsored a Mickey's Qubhouse breakfast to provide our member's children time to spend with Mickey and Minnie M ouse.
Sunday morning. June 27. began with a wonderful family event AOFI legacies and their brothers were invited to attend o u r children's "Mickey's Club House" party. AOFI arranged for Minnie Mouse and Mickey Mouse to be on hand to shake hands, sign autographs and share some personal time with each child. It was hard to tell who loved it more, the children or their parents.
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A splosh of red and white was in order for the aaditional all-convention photo.
Piles of pandas were donated to the boggy Creek Gang Camp and to the local branch of the Arthritis Foundation.
The 1999-2000 AOTT Collegiate Advisory board.
Sunday was red and white day. Our Inspirational Brunch featured a speech b y Carole Jones, n e w I P , and the presentation of over 450 AOIl panda bears to the local branch of the Arthritis Foundation and the Boggy Creek Gang Camp, a place where children cop- ing with chronic illnesses can just b e kids. T h e pan- das would each find a home with a child who needed them. Representatives were o n hand from both orga- nizations to accept the gifts.
At the close of the banquet, AOITs 1999 Convention officially came to an end. Much was learned, much was shared, and much was planned for th e next century. AOITs future is, indeed, filled with a World of Possibilities.
AOTT's are allsmiles with Mickey Mouse.
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Popular items were these reliable mugs from the F^pper Market food court The tnck was keeping up with which one was yours!
Riding a bcyde built for three would be a great way to get around this enormous resort


Stella Award
George
Stern
Perry
Kappa Omicron, Rhodes College
Nu Omicron.
Vanderbilt University Omega,
Miami University Omicron,
UniversityofTennessee
Phi Sigma. University of
Nebraska-Kearney Tau Delta,
Birmingham Southern College Tau Omega,
Transylvania University
PANHEI.LENJC
Philos Award
For 2-9 groups
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Lambda Tau,
Northeast Louisiana University
Melissa Parsons, Omega, Miami University, Oxford, OH
University of Nebraska-Kearney Sigma Omicron,
Arkansas State University Tau Omega,
Transylvania University
DSA Semi-Finalists
Chi ljambda, University of Evansville
ChiPsi,California Polytechnic State University
Delta Delta, Auburn University Epsilon Chi.
Elon College Epsilon Omega,
Eastern Kentucky University Gamma Delta,
University of South Alabama
Elizabeth Award
Heywood
Wyman
Outstanding
Corporation
Judith PolivkaBetts, Beta Phi. Indiana University, Bloomington, IN
Adele K. Hinton Award for Excellence
Rachel Allen,
Alpha Chi, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY
With Lodge/House Iambda Sigma,
UniversityofGeorgia
All Others
Chi Ijambda,
University of Evansville
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Delta Omega (Murray State U) Chapter members, advisers and network specialist team proudly pose with theJvVH Cup following Rose Banquet
Kappa Alpha, Indiana State University
Kappa Tau. Southeastern Louisiana University
Kappa Omicron, Rhodes College
Rho Omicron, Middle Tennessee State University
Tau Omicron. University of Timnessee-Martin
ThetaPi, Wagner College
Zeta,
University of Nebraska Zeta Pi, University
of Alabama-Binriingham
SCHOIAHSIUI'
McCausland Cup
Tau Delta.
Birmingham Southern College
Alpha Oil's Rachei Alien receives the Adele K Hinton Award from Linda Collier.
Citation Alpha Chi,
Western Kentucky University
Honorable Mention Chi Lambda,
University of Evansville
10 or more groups
Winner
Kappa Rho,
Western Michigan University
FOUNDERS' AWARDS
Jessie Wallace Hughan Award
Delta Omega, Murray State University, Murray,KY
Helen St Clair Mullan Award
Anne Witt Allison, Omicron, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
COLLEGIATE CHAPTER AWARDS
Distinguished Service
Delta Omega, Murray State University
GammaOmicron, University of Florida 1jmhda Sigma.
University of Georgia NuBeta,
University of Mississippi Omega.
Miami University Omicron,
University ofTennessee Phi Sigma.
Awards
Citation Omega,
Miami University
Honorable Mention lota Sigma,
IowaStateUniversity
Muriel T.McKinney
Scholastic Award
Recognition
Mary Anne Evans Dewey, Beta I'hL Indiana I niversih Chapter Adviser for
Epsilon Omega, Eastern Kentucky University
Outstanding Alumnae Advisory Committee Award
Sigma,
University of Calilbrnia-Berkeley
Board
Award
Award


MAGAZINE PROGRAM AWARDS
Susan Gourdain Mele, Kappa Tau, Southeastern Louisiana Lniversity
Louanne Watson Condreay, Phi Upsilon, Purdue University
Susan Danko,
Phi Upsilon, Purdue University
Kathryn Ann Jensen, Theta Omega, Northern Arizona University
Toni Flowers Morgan, Alpha Chi, Western Kentucky University
Donna Hare Cunningham, Gamma Delta, University of South Alabama
Kimberly Carson McGowan, Phi Beta, East Stroudsburg University
Wendy Ransbury, Delta Upsilon, Duke University
AOTT FOUNDATION AWARDS
NuBeta,
University of Mississippi
Omega Upsilon, Ohio University
Phi Chi, University of Chicago
Sigma Delta, Huntingdon College
Sigma Omicron, Arkansas State University
Sigma Tau, Washington College
Tau Omicron,
University of Tennessee - Martin
Theta Chi, Morningside College
Zeta,
University of Nebraska - Lincoln
Top Individual
Sales
CoumiATE CHAPTERS Highest Per Member
Collegiate
Amber Dame,
Tau, University of Minnesota
Alumnae
Karen Roush,
Houston Alumnae Chapter
ALUMNAE CHAPTER AWARDS
Rose Award
Kathleen Rippel Holmes, Iota, University of Illinois
Marie Hlavacek Holbrooke, Beta Phi, Indiana University
Nancy Baier Gilbert, Epsilon Alpha. Pennsylvania State University
Marjorie Stevens, Beta Kappa, University of British Columbia
Georgia Field Geis, Lambda Sigma, University of Georgia
Wanda Lawson Anderson, Theta Psi, University of Toledo
Marlene Gamec Brown, Sigma Omicron, Arkansas State University
Iisa DiQemente,
Sigma Chi, Hartwick College
Barbara Ringle Golf Kappa Alpha, Indiana State University
Jane Kenner Prather, Kappa Alpha, Indiana State University
Betty Wright Dyer, Gamma Sigma, Georgia State University
Carol Doherty Elliott, Beta Lambda, Illinois Wesleyan University
Sheik Starkey Kaurin, Beta Lambda, Illinois Wesleyan University
Janna Warren Heliums, Omega Omicron, Lambuth University
Katherine St John Pettus,
Nu Beta, University of Mississippi
Lori Roberts Miller, Lambda Tau, Northeast Louisiana University
Lisa Tewksbury Hauser, Upsilon Alpha, University of Arizona
Lisa Richtermeyer ShemweU, Delta Pi, Central Missouri
State University
Giving
Distinguished Service
Awards
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Giving
Atlanta Alumnae
Baton Rouge Alumnae Bloornington-Normal Alumnae Chicago West Suburban Alumnae Dallas Alumnae
Macomb County Alumnae
New York City Area Alumnae Northern Virginia Alumnae Southern Orange
County Alumnae Toronto Alumnae
Alumnae DSA Finalists
Austin Alumnae Champaign-Urbana Alumnae Chicago City Alumnae Chicago Northwest
Suburban Alumnae Chicago South
Suburban Alumnae
Detroit North Suburban Alumnae Ft Lauderdale Alumnae
Greater Pinellas Alumnae Philadelphia Alumnae
St Louis Alumnae
PANHF.IJF.NIC
Philos Award
Winner
Chicago Northwest Suburban Alumnae
Gtation
Nashville Area Alumnae
Honorable Mention Phoenix Alumnae
Delta Delta, Auburn University
Citation
Lambda Sigma
University of Georgia Rho Omicron,
Middle Tennessee State University Iota Sigma,
Iowa State University
Giving
Iota Sigma, Iowa State University
Citation
Rho Omicron,
Middle Tennessee State University Kappa Kappa,
Ball State University Ilambda Sigma,
University of Georgia Delta Delta,
Auburn University
Zeta Psi,
East Carolina University
ALUMNAE CHAPTERS
Highest per Member
Southern Orange County Alumnae
Senior
Challenge
Citation
Macomb County Alumnae
West Los Angeles Alumnae Phoenix Alumnae
Chicago West Suburban Alumnae
Highest Total Giving
Southern Orange County Alumnae
Citation
Phoenix Alumnae
Chicago West Suburban Alumnae
Alpha Chi,
Western Kentucky University
Beta Lambda.
Illinois Wesleyan University
Delta,
Tufts University
Delta Delta, Auburn University
Delta Omega, Murray State University
Delta Theta,
Texas Woman's University
Epsilon Alpha, Penn State University Gamma Alpha,
George Mason University Gamma Delta,
University of South Alabama Gamma Omicron,
University of Florida Kappa Alpha,
Indiana State University Kappa Kappa,
Ball State University Kappa Omega.
University of Kentucky
International President Undo Collier presents the Perry Award for most outstanding collegiate chapter president to Melissa Parsons, Omega Chapter.
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Back row:
Audrey Hopkins
Foundation Board Director Upsilon, Lake forest Park, WA
Marilyn Rose Herman Foundation Board Director Upsilon, La Jolla, CA
Carole Jurenko Jones Foundation Board Director .Alpha Delta, Madison, A L
Frankie Frazier Roberts Foundation Board Director ]Nu Beta, Little Rock, AR
Back row:
Julie Brining
Director of FVogramming Gamma Delta, Mobile, AL
Renee Pugh Smith
Director of Collegiate Chapters Phi Upsilon, CarmeL FN
Kimberly Carson McGowan Director of Alumnae
Phi Beta, Malvern, PA
Susan Danko
Director of Collegiate Chapters Phi Upsilon, Dallas, T X
Joanne Williamson Earls Vice President of Finance Zeta Psi, Catlett, VA
Front row:
Rosalie Gorham Barber
Vice President of Development Sigma Omicron, Jonesboro. AR
Carole Jurenko Jones International President Alpha Delta, Madison, A L
Sally Wagaman
Vice President of Operations Sigma Tau, Glenside, PA
Front row:
Carol Miller Stevenson Treasurer
Omega, Newtown, PA
Barbara Daugs Hunt Vice President
Phi Delta, Grafton, WI
Jean Marcy Sells President
Zeta, Brookline, MA
Dorothy Waters Williams Secretary
Lambda Sigma, Macon, GA


AOFI Spotlight
General Manager; Disney's Coronado Springs Resort
During a convention, it is not unusual for our hotel's general manager to personally welcome us to his or her property. But it is unusual for the general manager to, sur- prisingly, introduce herself as an AOll. Thea Sargent, Phi Upsilon (Purdue U) is the general manger of Disney's Coronado Springs Resort, Disney's largest convention property. As GM, she has the enormous task of supervising 900 cast members, 55 managers and a never ending rotation of conventions, often having several running simultaneously. Most days, the 1,967 room convention facility is booked to capacity.
Thea Sargent Phi Upsilon (Purdue U). General Manager, Disney's Coronado Spnngs Resort
Thea and her husband, Jeff, met in 1981 during her summer internship in the Polynesian Resort's Food and Beverage department Her Clinical Dietetics major from Purdue helped land her the position which led to full time employment and an 18 year career with Disney, thus far.
She was part of the original food and bev- erage staff which opened EPCOT Center. From EPCOT she moved on to the Magic Kingdom then into convention services
opening most of the Disney convention properties. She even spent one year as general manager at the Disney Institute.
Her switch to Disney's Coronado Springs Resort came in September of 1998. " I love what I'm doing now," says Thea. "This resort is a perfect fit for me, with my experience in both food and beverage and resort management. My goals for the future have to do with this resort I hope I can stay here so I can be accountable. "
In addition to her hectic career, Thea is mom to two children, Bradley 14 and Chase 9. "My life is a balance of pure organization", she said. " I have a great assistant who keeps me organized and I keep one big calendar of everything I need to do. I try to stay ahead 50-60 hours a week."
One activity she recently completed was Leadership Orlando. Disney selects only four executives each year to participate in this year long community involvement program. Walt Disney World is the largest single site employer in the United States, employing 50,000 cast members in Orlando. Obviously, Thea feels honored to have been selected, replying, " I t was a rewarding experience for me to have the chance to become involved in Orlando civic activities."
Her husband is also employed by Disney. Thea noted, "Jeff is living his dream as head golf professional for Disney, a demanding job, but one he loves." Like many working mothers. Thea acknowl- edges that the hardest part of her job is being torn between work and family. " I really prioritize my time so I can be there lor my kids, she says. That's important"
Jbea works closely with an executive com- mittee comprised of 12 of her senior man- agers. Once a month she requires each
During a convention, rtisnotunusualfor our hotel's general manager to personally
welcome usto hisor her property
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general manager to, surprisingly introduce herself as an AOTT.
one of them, including herself, to switch jobs with another cast member for part of a day. Thea said, "It is great for the morale of our cast members to see man- agement taking an interest to understand what they do. It is also great for us to bet- ter understand how hard everyone else's jobs really are. Last month I was a life- guard, although the real lifeguard, obvi- ously, stayed nearby," she jokingly added. "I am always impressed with how difficult every job can be. We switch with banquet services, the culinary center, housekeep- ing, just to name a few."
Her creative management style and her interest in her employees is obviously pay- ing off. The convention facilities, guest rooms, food and service AOIT received throughout the entire conference was nothing short of magnificent
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hints from headquarter DoYou KnowYour
Member Number?
To enter the private, Sisters Online, side of the AOn website, you need to know your member number. This 7 digit num- ber can be found above your name on your To Dragma address label. There is now a whole new place to visit, recon- nect with friends or make new ones. Memorize your member number and check out the site today!
• Address updates can be made from Sisters Online under Online Directory or by email- ing updates to [email protected] Be sure to include your member number.
• MIF forms with addresses who to send them to stay on the website year round. They can be found under Announcements/ Rush.
• You can search for other AOIls in your area using the Online Directory in Sisters Online. Only those that are registered to on Sisters Online can be found.
• Minutes of Executive Board meetings will be published under Sisters Online/ International to keep the entire member- ship up to date on the latest activities of the Fraternity.
AOTT Properties
During Convention this summer, coun- cil voted to form AOFI Properties. This newly established property management firm will assist our corporation board volunteers, Membership will be auto- matic for AOFI Internationally owned property and any chapter opened after July 1, 2000. Membership is also auto- matic for any chapter with a current loan with A O n International. Other chap- ters will be accepted on an application basis. More information will be coming.
LostYour Bodge?
Did you know you can purchase used badges from Headquarters to replace a lost or damaged badge? Badges are available for $25 (GK) and $50 (10K) by contacting Jackie Lynch at AOFI HQ. Please note that these badges may not be purchased by new initiates.
Getting Married or Moving?
Be sure to update AOTI with your name and/or address change. Use the form in this issue, make the change on the website, or e-mail the change to [email protected] cronpi.org. Besides wanting to stay in touch with you, we request the update to help us save money. Every magazine that is mailed to an incorrect address is returned to us and we are charged 50o per address. These costs add up quickly so keep us updated when you move.
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officer directory.
The following is a condensed version of the fraternity council directory. If you need the name, address or phone number of a volunteer not listed here, please visit the AOTT website. You will find the directory on
the private side of our site under Sisters On-line.

-www.alphaomicronpi.org
Collegate Rush Directors
Antonia Flowers Morgan 2228SouthparkBlvd Huntsvi]le,AL 35803 H: (256) 880-1544
F: (256) 890-6829
E: [email protected] Kathy Brakefield Sowell 5424 Mona Ln
Dallas, TX 75236
H: (972) 780-0619
F: (817) 459-7155
E: [email protected]
Collegiate ProgrammingDirectors
Lisa Dutt 317WildbenyLn
St Charles, MO 63304 H: (314) 447-0722
F: (314) 344-8691
E: [email protected]
Phyllis Casteel Gilson 6628 Woodlake Ave West Hills, CA 91307 H: (818) 887-9344
E: [email protected]
AAC Network Directors Linda Schwartz Grandolfo 7465 Brentwood Ln Gurnee, IL 60031
H: (847) 543-4330
F: (847) 831-1719 E:[email protected]
Susan Reid Mattern 76527 Rice
Chapel Hill, NC 27514 H: (919) 942-4308
F: (919) 968-4516 E:[email protected]
Collegate Development Network Director
Judith Rogers
2916 Greenbriar Dr Jonesboro,AR 72401 H: (870) 932-8419
F: (870) 972-5458
E: [email protected]
Executive Board International President Carole Jurenko Jones 119 Wellington Dr Madison, AL 357588487 H: (256) 461-4831
F: (256) 461-4872
E: gn[email protected]
Vice President of Operations Sally Wagaman
2507 Mount Carmel Ave Glenside,PA 19038
H: (215) 887-6235
F: (215) 887-3463
E: [email protected]
Wee President of Development Rosalie Gorham Barber 1713 MacArthur Park Jonesboro,AR 72401
H: (870) 935-8443
F: (870) 935-8443
E: [email protected]
Viae President ofFinance
Joanne Williamson Earls 9532FlatwoodLn
PO Box 313
Catlett,VA 20119-0313 H: (540) 788-9051
F: (540) 788-1724
E: [email protected]
Executive Board Directors Renee Pugh Smith 3205HenselDr CarmeLIN 46033
H: (317) 846-6246
F: (317) 846-6204
E: [email protected]
Susan Danko
15221 Berry Trl #105
Dallas, TX 752484965
H: (972) 788-2172
F: (972) 991-2956
E: [email protected]
Julie Brining
1871 Charlanda Dr Mobile, AL 366950 H: (334) 634-3106 F: (334) 634-2405 E:[email protected]
Kimberly Carson McGowan 4 Rapps Run Dr
Malvern, PA 19355
H: (610) 827-5078
F: (610) 827-5078
E: [email protected]
Network Directors Alumnae Network Directors Janis Tremble Nelson
42 San Juan Ct
Los Altos, CA 94022
H: (650) 948-6583
E: [email protected]
Rene Strong Fitzgerald 2201 Spring Creek Dr Austin, TX 787042033 H: (512) 442-4181
F: (419) 793-7786 E: [email protected]
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Collegiate Corp/Finance Directors
Kathryn Tribbey Fitzgerald 2061 Monticello Rd Napa,CA 945582001
H: (707) 259-0626
F: (707) 257-1546 E:[email protected]
Lori L Curci-Reed 2069 B Champion Dr. Kailua,HI 96734
H: (808)254-5541
F: (808)2540770
E: [email protected]


officer directory
Standing Committees Extension Chairman
Position Open
Education and Training Chairman
Rebecca Admire Herman 9959 Erma Road # 2 0 6 San Diego, CA 92131
H: (858) 653-0235
F: (858) 552-1543
E: [email protected]
Human Resource Chairman Lisa Tewksbury Hauser 6209ENisbetRd Scottedale,AZ 85254-2518 H: (480) 905-3019
F: (480) 991-7753
E: [email protected]
Rituals, Traditions &Jewelry Chairman (RT&D Ginger Banks
3108 W Terrace Dr Austin, TX 78757-4332 H: (512) 454-8572
F: (512) 454-6979
E: [email protected]
Fraternity Development Chairman
Ann McQanahan Gilchrist 5613SkyridgeDr Indianapolis, IN 46250 H: (317) 849-6142
F: (317) 585-4907 E: [email protected]
Constitution Interpretation
& Revision Chairman (QRQ Christina Carlson Dodds 3407 Taylors Dr
Austin, TX 78703
H: (512) 453-5553
E: [email protected]
Historian/Ardwist
Nancy Moyer McCain
38775 ByriverDr
Clinton Township, MI 480361817 H: (810) 463-4124
Leadership Institute Chairman
Laura Brush Burcham 1905 Carlisle Dr Birmingham, AT. 35235 H: (205) 854-8711 E:[email protected]
National Panhellenic Conference Delegate
Peg Kramer Crawford
9113 MassasoitAve
Oak Lawn, IL 60453-1655 H: (708) 422-5244
F: (708) 422-5437
E: [email protected]
1stAlternate
Mary McCammon Williams 44 Sunset Rd Bloomington, EL 61701 H: (309) 829-3656
F: (309) 827-5639 E:[email protected]
2nd Alternate
Robin Mansfield Wright
2610 Devlin Way Cantonment, FL 32533-4830 H: (850) 937-9212
F: (850) 937-9002 E:[email protected]
3rdAlternate
Linda Peters Collier 2910 Jessica Ct Vienna, VA 22181 H: (703) 242-0560
F: (703) 242-0561
E: [email protected]
Parliamentarian
Ingrid Latimer Schulz 3902 Jade Ave Wausau,WI 544014910 H: (715) 848-0787 , F: (715) 848-0787
E: [email protected]
Foundation Board
President
Jean Marcy Sells
14 Selkirk Rd Brookline,MA 02135 H: (617) 730-4339
F: (617) 738-6602
E: [email protected]
Vice President
Barbara Daugs Hunt 930 17th Ave
Grafton, WI 53024-1629 H: (414) 377-7766
F: (414) 238-4949
E: [email protected]
Secretary
Dorothy Waters Williams 6521RivoliDr
Macon, GA 31210
H: (912) 477-1742
F: (912) 743-8636
E: [email protected]
Treasurer
Carol Miller Stevenson 1712 Grandview Dr Newtown, PA 189409423 H: (215) 968-7772
F: (215) 968-9726
E: [email protected]
Foundation Board Directors
Carole Jurenko Jones
(see Executive Board - International President]
Marilyn Rose Herman P O Box 758 LaJolla,CA 92038 H: (619) 259-2034
F: (619) 259-2034
E: [email protected]
Audrey Hopkins
14548 Edgewater Lane NE
Lake Forest Park, WA 98155-7728 H: (206) 363-0151
E: [email protected]
Frankie Frazier Roberts P.O. Box 23317
Little Rock, AR 72221 H: (501)221-1825
F: (501) 223-2534
W: (800) 800-9951 ext. 727
Foundation Board Committees: (See Foundation Board list for addresses)
Annual Fund
Carole Miller Stevenson, Chairman
Major Gifts/Endowment
Barbara Daugs Hunt, Chairman
Grants
Frankie Frazier Roberts, Chairman
Marketing
Dot Waters Williams, Chairman
Ruby Fund
Audrey Hoenshell Hopkins, Chairman
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Scholarship
Marilyn Rose Herman, Chairman
Finance
Carol Miller Stevenson, Chairman
AOU Properties President
Shirley Pinneke Knipfel 4615 Toronto Street Ames,IA 50014
H: (515)292-5805 F: (515)292-4620 E: [email protected]
Secretary
Nancy Carr Garrett
5804 Canvasback Road
Burke, VA 22015
H: (703)323-6535
W: (202) 267-9068
E: [email protected]
Treasurer
Mary Batman Converse 4916 Chanticleer Ave. Annandale, VA 22003 H: (703) 978-9617
W: (703) 893-2660 F: (703) 893-2123
E: [email protected]
Directors:
Schuyler Ruhlman Louapre 220 E. William David Pkwy Metairie, LA 70005
H: (225)834-6327
W: (225) 834-7026 F: (225) 834-7023 E: [email protected]
Janette Breckenridge Tessmer 8130 E. Lost Pond Lane Inverness, FL 34450
H: (352)726-0157
W: (352)726-9565
F: (352)726-8225
E: [email protected]
Chapter Consultants
Karen Batzle
E: [email protected]
Stephanie Curton
E: [email protected]
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Michelle Finley
E: [email protected]
Erica Martin
E: [email protected]
Jesalyn Parham
E: [email protected]
Monica Ramey
E: [email protected]
officer directory Systems Administrator,
Dina D'Gerolamo,Kappa Tau E: [email protected]
Editor/Programming Manager
Mariellen Sasseen, Alpha Delta E: [email protected]
Graphic Design/Marketing Admin.;
Rebecca Brown Davis, Delta Delta E: [email protected]
Public Relations/Information Admin.;
Colleen Reed, Rho Omicron E: [email protected]
Conference/Marketing Administrator
Angela Mills, Kappa Omicron E: [email protected]
Emporium Manager
Linda Fuson, Omicron
E: [email protected]
Emporium Marketing Assistant
Emily Hart, Rho Omicron E: [email protected]
Emporium Assist/Shipping-Handling/Road Trips;
Tanna Seever, Rho Omicron E: [email protected]
Emporium Assistant/Sales;
Jill Brue, Rho Omicron
E: [email protected]
Receptionist
Debra Barker; Barbara Stubblefield [email protected]
Foundation Executive Director
Bobby Stanton
E: [email protected]
Foundation Assistant Director
Pat Larson, Rho Omicron
E: [email protected]
Foundation Administrative Assistant
Position Open
Foundation Controller
Beth Lindsey, Rho Omicron E: [email protected]
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Lisa Ruster
International
E: [email protected]
Headquarters Staff Executive Director,
Melanie Doyle, Lambda Sigma E: [email protected]
Extension/Colony Administrator,
Amy Worsham, Rho Omicron E: [email protected]
Officer Manager,
Zoe Williams, Rho Omicron E: [email protected]
Controller,
Beth Swartz, Zeta Tau Alpha E: [email protected]
Business Manager,
Lisa Pearson, Nu Beta
E: [email protected]
Accounting Administrator,
Jackie Lynch, Rho Omicron E: [email protected]
Properties Manager,
Mary Anne Wolfersberger, Rho Omicron E: [email protected]
Programming Administrator,
Donna Kumar, Rho Omicron E: [email protected]
Collegiate Services/Consultant Admin;
Paula Daigle, Lambda Tau E: [email protected]
Alumnae Services Administrator,
Position Open


Our new home
Update on our new International HQ
"We want to assure everyone that the bricks
that make up the Inspiration Walkway will be moved with tender loving care to the site of our new Headquarters. Not a single brick will be lost."
To achieve our goal for building a new home for our Fraternity, we are ernbarking together on a campaign to raise 3.5 mil- lion dollars. Many have already pledged funds toward this goal. Now is the time for you to consider giving back to AOFI in return for all that AOIJ has meant to you. Many of you reached out to AOFI while going through rush. AOFI reached back for you and made you her own. We know you can remember with a laugh or a wist- ful smile memories of those fun-filled col- lege days. We also know many of you have "met AOFIs since your college days whom you have grown to love and cherish in your hearts. Just think what AOFI has meant to you throughout your life!
Now, Alpha Omicron Pi, in collaboration with the AOFI Foundation is reaching back to you once more. We need the support of every AOFI. We are requesting multi-year pledges from alumnae members, and from both collegiate and alumnae chapters. These pledges can be made for either two or three year periods. Alumnae wishing to receive tax deductions for pledges can do so by making their payments to the AOFI Foundation for the Capital Building Campaign. Gifts made through the AOFI Foundation will be credited toward your Foundation giving level. If you desire to keep track of our pledges commitments as they grow, you can visit our AOFI Web Site (www.alphaomicronpi.org). Thank you for your continuing support.
Anne Witt Allison, Omicron (U of Tennessee) Chairman of the Capital Campaign Cabinet
Do you think over one hundred years ago our Founders could have possibly imag- ined the growth of our Fraternity? This is an exciting time for AOFI!
We are growing by leaps and bounds. In fact, we are growing so fast that we are experiencing "growing pains". We have completely outgrown the building that currently serves as our International Headquarters. If we are to continue to meet the needs of our members with the same level of excellence that has long dis- tinguished our Fraternity, we must have larger facilities.
I was proud and pleased to be appointed by the AOFI Executive Board to serve as the Chairman of the Capital Campaign Cabinet to build the new International Headquarters. I will be working with the following distinguished alumnae who make up the campaign cabinet: Mary Bryant, Vice Chair; Caroline Craig, Chair/Major Gifts; Kimberly Hamilton, Chair/Collegiate; Judy Gulledge, Chair/Southeast Alumnae; Barbara Long, Chair/West Alumnae; Gloria Rowland, Co-Chair/Mid-America Alumnae; Pat Curran-Dengler, Co- Chair/Mid-America Alumnae; Rita Hurtt, Chair/Mid-North Adantic Alumnae; and Joan MacCallum, Chair/Canada Alumnae. Each of these dedicated alumnae, along
ALPHA OMICRON PI
with all members of the Executive Board, Foundation Board and International Headquarters Staff have already made gen- erous pledges to the Capital Campaign.
We know we can count on many, many of you to help with this wonderful opportunity for our Fraternity. In the next several issues of To Dragma, we will be telling you about our progress and answering your questions.
One of the most frequendy asked ques- tions thus far regarding this new building has been, "What will happen to the Inspiration Walkway to the Founders' Circle at our present Headquarters?" We want to assure everyone that the bricks that make up the Inspiration Walkway will be moved with tender loving care to the site of our new Headquarters. Not a single brick will be lost. Nancy Clark, our Centennial Chairman, has agreed to over- see the move of the bricks. All bricks are presendy laid in sand, except the margin of bricks which are set in concrete. Any brick that is damaged during the move will be replaced. The new Inspiration Walkway will enhance the topography of our new location. We also want to assure each donor, whether an individual or a chapter, that all past gifts, including flag poles and plaques, will also be moved with care and concern.
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1998-99 FOUNDATION ANNUAL REPORT
FOUNDATION BOARD
Jean Marcy Sells, PRESIDENT BarbaraDaugsHunt,VICE-PRESIDENT
Carol Miller Stevenson, TREASURER ft0 Dot Waters Williams, SECRETARY
Marilyn Rose Herman, DIRECTOR
Audrey Hoenshell Hopkins, DIRECTOR
Carole Jurenko Jones, DIRECTOR
Frankie Frazier Roberts, DIRECTOR
VISION STATEMENT
The vision of the Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation is to ensure the continuationofAlphaOmicronPiFraternityaswelookaheadtothe challenges of the 21st century.
MISSION STATEMENT
The mission of the Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation is to fund programs, which promote the intellectual, ethical and leadership development of members of Alpha OmicronPi Fraternity and, through its philanthropic efforts, benefit the larger society.
PRESI DENT' S LETTER
Dear AOn Sisters and Friends,
This AOn Foundation Annual Report will be the last of this millennium! A s we near the end o f 1999,1 know w e are all anticipating the excitement leading up to January 1,2000. We are very fortunate to be able to witness the arrival of a new century, but there are also many concerns: will travel, communication, food and power supplies be disrupted due to Y2K? What will be the impact o n ournormalroutines? Iknowthatwehavetoputourfaithinthosethatarein charge and their ability to program the technology systems that control our daily lives. I'm sure they understand our concerns.
Likewise, members of the Foundation Boardknow the trust you have placedin
us to do all we can to support the causes AOITs believe in so strongly. We, like you, want to help our sisters in need, support those who are in pursuit of an education, train our present and future leaders, fund arthritis
research and make a better life for children suffering
from arthritis.
Since 1967, the Foundation has been able to give back to AOn over $2,701,527! This year we granted over $135,000 through the following awards:
- $56,396 for Educational and LeadershipGrants;
- Twenty-one Diamond Jubilee Scholarships;
- $42,218 for Arthritis Education and Research Grants; - $16,300 in Ruby FundGrants.
These many needs would not have been met without the support of our sisterhood and friends. The mission of the Foundation is to ensure the future of our fraternity by funding programs that promote the intellectual, ethical and leadership development of our members. You are the ones that make it possible for us to continue this mission.
As a new century begins, w e must anticipate our future a s w e continue to build on the past. We ask for your continued support of the programs that truly make a difference i n the lives o f so many. More than ever, w e rely upon you and your generosity to help the Foundation provide the best resources available for members of AOn and the many others who look to u s for support.
Thank you, for all you have done and continue to do. Fraternally,
Jean E. Sells, Zeta Foundation President
FOUNDATION COMMITTEES
FINANCE
Carol Miller Stevenson, CHAIR Frankie Frazier Roberts
Jean Marcy Sells
GRANTS
Frankie Frazier Roberts, CHAIR Jean Marcy Sells
Carol Miller Stevenson
MAJORGIFTS/ ENDOWMENT
Barbara Daugs Hunt, CHAIR
Mary Ann Jenkins
Kathryn Ann Jensen
Charlene Rennoe
Frankie Frazier Roberts
Blanche Franklin Chilcote, ADVISORYMEMBER Jacquelyn Struble Dinwiddie, ADVISORYMEMBER
MARKETING
Dot Waters Williams, CHAIR Rebecca Davis
Marilyn Rose Herman
Carol Miller Stevenson
Natalie Adkins, ADVISORYMEMBER
RUBYFUND
Audrey Hoenshell Hopkins, CHAIR Elizabeth Romine Coffey
Tricia High Conover
Dian Poole Volkmer
SCHOLARSHIPS
Marilyn Rose Herman, CHAIR Kerry Rutemiller Ates
Gayle Fitzpatrick
Cynthia Swartzfager Visot
FOUNDATION STAFF
Bobby Stanton, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Pat Larson, ASSISTANT DIRECTOR
Beth Lindsey, CONTROLLER
Kay Duhaime, ADMINISTRATIVEASSISTANT
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1998-99 DONORS
BENEFACTORS
The Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation is pleased to salute and thank all alumnae that have supported the Foundation through donations. A special recognition to those alumnae that have supported the Foundation year after year and have attained the top cumulative giving levels as designated below;
ALPHA CIRCLE (GIFTSOF$50,000TO $99,999) Anonymous
Blanche Franklin Chilcote, ALPHAPHI
OMICRON CIRCLE (GIFTS OF $25,000 TO $49,999) Joyce Baca Lacerte, LAMBDABETA
PI CIRCLE (GIHSOF$10,000 TO $24,999) Catherine Daugherty Cifers, OMICRON
Peg Kramer Crawford, IOTA Margaret Damon Goodlund, TAU
Jo Beth Walling Heflin, Pi KAPPA Barbara Daugs Hunt, PHI DELTA June Miller Lighty, LAMBDA
Elise Moss, TAUDELTA
Windy Perkins, DELTA DELTA
Karen Thomas Tucker, DELTA DELTA Phyllis Arner Westerman, RHO
RUBY CLUB (GIFTS OF $5,000 TO $9,999) Anne Witt Allison, OMICRON
Ginger Banks, Pi KAPPA
Eleanor King Blank, OMEGA
Julie Brining, GAMMA DELTA
Janet Jurenko Brown, ALPHA DELTA
Helen Anderson Chown, ALPHA SIGMA Elizabeth Romine Coffey, CHI LAMBDA Mary Batman Converse, PHI KAPPA Jacquelyn Struble Dinwiddie, EPSILON ALPHA Gayle Fitzpatrick, ALPHARHO
Carole Jurenko Jones, ALPHA DELTA
Ruth Mueller Kleymeyer, BETAPHI
Leah Hardcastle MacNeil, DELTA SIGMA Margaret Dorr Schutt, RHO
Dorothy Donlen Shepard, THETA
Jan Johnson Slagowski, KAPPA KAPPA
Joan Lott Starika, CHI DELTA
Carol Miller Stevenson, OMEGA
Dot Waters Williams, LAMBDA SIGMA
ALPHA OMICRON PI FOUNDATION
9025 Overlook Boulevard
Brentwood, Tennessee 37027 (615)370-0920 • Fax (615)370-4424 E-mail: [email protected]
ALPHA BETA
Florida Atlantic University
FRIEND
Rosemary Connolly Villwock
ALPHA BETA TAU
Thomas More College
SPONSOR
Buffie Rains
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Julie Metzger
FRIEND
Angie Diebold Ziegelmeyer
ALPHA DELTA
University of Alabama
RUBY CLUB
Janet Jurenko Brown
Carole Jurenko Jones
ROSE CLUB
Dolores Rhodes
WHEAT CLUB
Laura Smith Courter Sherri Tucker Freeman MelissaBarton Hagopian Connie Pickett
Lydia Denson Staples
SPONSOR
Monica Fichtner Bell MaryLynnBufflerBryant
LOYAL FOREVER
As the world gets busier, life becomes ever more complex and challenging. Thousands of AOTI sisters of all ages have been helped down the years to meet those challenges, through the programs and services fundedby donations to theAlphaOmicronPiFoundation.Thankyouto all our wonderful donors who gave so generously during the past year, becoming partners in the mission of the Foundation. Your gift demonstrates thatAlphaOmicronPistandsforpositivevalues and ideals. Your gift is a powerful message that this invisible bond, the essence of a sisterhood founded over 100 years ago, does make an ongoing difference in the lives of women
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ALPHA CHI
Western Kentucky University Deborah Brewton Dailey
ROSE CLUB
Rachel Allen
Elaine James Kennedy-Morrow
WHEAT CLUB
Karen Miley Bere' Toni Flowers Morgan Mary Reeder Nixon
SPONSOR
Marsha Bird Bordas Jerrie Caney Bradshaw Juanita Overhults Brown Michelle Martin Graham Debra Wade Jordan Susan Ward Nally Bianca Browning Warner
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Darragh Moffat Bailey Marion LudingtonCiciarelli Barbara Koehler Higdon Cynthia Stark Hines
Tracy Maxwell
Jennifer Williamson Severns Sandra Duerr Wettig
FRIEND
Allyson Adams Rachael Adkins Teressa Alverson
Beth Bantly
Laura Basham
Amber Blackburn Stephanie Breiwa Christina Cunningham Heather Dages
Shirley Daniel-Harkins Judith Hines Davenport Kelley Kearney Dodd Leigh-Anne Downing Jonna Foster
Julie Goodman
Allison Hocking
CheyAnne Hurt
Reagan Jaggers
Melissa Kaelin
Amy Leigh
Lorin Marchio
Mickeye Morehead Murphy Angel Page
Leslie Payne
Karalee Pelham
Angela Burnett Poat Debra Jones Rieke
Katie Seigel
Leslie Spencer
Anne Marie Moore Volkert Wendy Wall
Loti Wellman
Stephenie Whitledge Emily Witcher
Sarah Beth Young
Dana Swindal Ray
Joy Lewis Rhea
Deborah Hood Riddle
Carol Bruno Rumore
Susan McCullough Shenefield
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Tamara Brown Atkins Leatha Gilbert
Lisa Markland Pultz Lynne Beason Rhodes
FRIEND
Jennifer Adams Whitney Blanchard Amy Boohaker
Jamie Bush
Lindsay Carroll Therese Rhodes Chopin Krista Conlin
Heather Culberson Jennifer Peel Cullen Leigh Cobb Ellis Shannon Driscoll Farkas Jenny Fleege
Tanya Garner
Leigh Hardwick Hardy Kimberly Jaynes Henson Mary Beth Thompson Joiner Melissa Kinsaul
Becky Koch
Kimberly Lacy
Jayne Porges Lee
Jennifer Lott
Melissa Meyer
Linda Curry Miller
Brandi Mitchell
Susan Anderson Morgan Erin Julian Morrow Niemann Owings
Alison Brinkman Presley Jaime Ranelli
Jodi Rankin
Laurie Rowan
Stephanie Anderson Sheppard Beth Shu
Misty Shears Stamper
Dana Stephens
Leslie Tombrello
Cameron Wells
Tricia Wilson
Vonda Farris Wood
ALPHA GAMMA
Washington State University
ROSE CLUB
Deborah Hernas
Sue Wayenberg Hinz
WHEAT CLUB
Trudy Roberts Abrams Linda Broeckel-Fry Evelyn Krause Hickman Opal Jenkin Hill
Peggy Moss Ostrander Susan Daiger Schell
ALPHA KAPPA
University of North Alabama
ROSE CLUB
Laura Brush Burcham
WHEAT CLUB
Theresa Collins Davis
SPONSOR
Lenore Morse Adams
Stephanie Daley-Watson
Lisa Cook Gleasman
Danielle Steele Glessner
Suzanne Peterson Jaynes
Julie Beckel Johnson
Sharon Dinning Salzberg
Sally Ness Simonson
Angela Stevens Steck
Patricia MaslacVallandigham SUSTAINING MEMBER
S P O N S O R
Shama Bergquist Albright Judy Stein Falk
Linda Panasuk Seibold Denise Novacoff Sprague Pamela Ahlf Teglovic
SUSTAINING MEMBER
FRIEND
Bonnie Johnson Aim Karen Batzle
Leeanne Smith Bennett Julie Bishop
Lisa Bright
AnnMarie Fein
Andra Galkins-Rusis Kaitlin Goddard
Phyllis Hoffmann
Nancy Reinbold Johnson Tamara Metcalf
Corey Metzger
Janelle Milodragovich Adrienne Porter
Wendy Porter
Kate Sampson
Stephanie Hubbell Sansom Kimberly Kemp Schoeler Nancy Shrope
Michele Weinman
GIVING GEVELS Founders'Roll...$100,000+
Buffie Johnson Jubard
FRIEND
Christina Cooler
Amy Eley
Shannon Halley Garza Katie McDonald Lindsay Neuweiler Jackie O'Connor
Kelly Partacz
Jackie Quavillon
Leslie Wolfinger Rowland Kimberley Wagner
Sheila Weddon
Ashley Wilson
Kelli Yeager-Nelson
ALPHA OMICRON
Louisiana State University
ROSE CLUB
Elaine DeFrances Ellis
Marjorie Hunt Sanders
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Roni Altman
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Pat Rine Antoiosky Aparna Bhandarkar Margaret White Biederman Miriam Gaige Blaisdell Judith Stout Brumbaugh Wendy Morgan Buchart Becky DeLong
Mary DiMartino
Cristy Donnelly
Allisun Duncan
Robyn Dunn
Kay Regan Estock
Nancy Nelsen Evers
Teri Franck
Margaret Borland Hartzell Jenna Hirsch
Laura Kinzler
Stacey Kodish
Kim Lahm
Marion Tomlinson Leight Elizabeth Lewis
Staci Lilienfeld Jeannine Little Marilyn Roberts Lynch Leah Mallas
Dolores Stark Moyer
Betty Mellinger Neal MyrrelRewbridgeOverdorff Susan Smith Peiffer Dorothy Hull Reinhart Jackie Savage
Jennifer Simon
Carrie Slife
Elizabeth McVicker Startzell Karen Stern
Sara Stern
Judith Shaubach Thompson Erika Vazquez
Elizabeth Williams
Danette Wuenstel
EPSILON CHI
Elon College
SPONSOR
Monique Caron McAdams
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Rebecca Crowe
Nettie Greene McKee Nancy Thomhill Nicks
I
FRIEND
Mehgan Connolly Dreibelbis Susan Green
Pam Sidney Krpejs
Jennifer Leone
EPSILON IOTA
Eastern Illinois University
S U S T A I N I N G M E M B E R
Dixie Alms
FRIEND
Patricia Ryan Lenhoff
EPSILON OMEGA
Eastern Kentucky University
SPONSOR
Rebecca Greer Rogers
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Allison Allgier
Carol Freytag
FRIEND
Megan Brown Casebier Whitney Clay
Amy Brumfield Clemons Christie Cornelius
Angie DeSensi
Lori Hummel Kimberly Jones Melissa Blair Rucker Kristen Shrout Krista Stuntz
Karen Tierney Toombs
EPSILON SIGMA
FRIEND
Trish Bradley Amy Brolewyc Cary Clark Jessica Clark Holley Ford Elizabeth Garl Beth Hardy Whitney Huff Danielle Jones Kim Litton
Janet McReynolds Julie Norton
Sara Patterson Kellie Pilkington Cathy Spahn Jennifer Trowbridge Alicia Walvis Shelley Williams
FRIEND
Mia Fabiochi Ahmed Kelly Burnett Angelo Linda Kautz Barrington Stephanie Botner Becky Welty Brinkman Kari Burgess
Sally Burtscher Carrie Caison Amber Capps Valerie Plumb Carter Carolyn Burt Cerny Cori Cuttler
Becca DeConcilio
Danielle DellaValle
Jennifer Perdew Dominguez Jessica Dyer
Allison Gruber
Jennie Gurney
Halle Kananack
Alexa Kusber
Lauren Turner Mehalik Shoghig Yeretzian Merian Gina Montagnino
Alisa Phillips Murray Laura Preston
Karen Racila
Lenora DiMauro Ritchie Melissa Roesner
Shawn Russell
Kirsten Schwarz
Jill Soost
Patricia Cilley Southward Cori Rae Strobel
Laurie Traeger
Ashley Tucker
Kimberly Ferri Watkins Monica Werle
Amanda Willis
Ursula Yadav
Katy Kemmer Zehner Victoria Zingarelli
GAMMA SIGMA
Georgia State University
ROSE CLUB
Pat Cowley Hardy
WHEAT CLUB
Marcia Welch Davis LuzVizurraga Dingledy Margaret Staton
Polly Hollenbach Willis
SPONSOR
Carrie Barnes
Betty Wright Dyer IdellaRogers Haney Laurie House
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Diane Tippens Kennedy
Nancy Urie Thrasher
FRIEND
Katie High
Jennifer Phillips Ives Lindsey Martin Hannah Walker Rebecca Weidler
GAMMA THETA
University of South Florida
S P O N S O R
Kathryn Haywood Barry JaneBreckenridge Tessmer Gina Warr-Lawes
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Jennifer Carito
Keri Nelson Deweese Erin Golub Gaddis Mickey Alexander Lyons
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FRIEND
University
George Mason University
WHEAT CLUB
Janet Haher Rawl
SPONSOR
Ann Conlon Griesmer
Dawne Bennett Ward
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Kathy Dix Scharfman
FRIEND
Jennifer Adams Kelly Barajas Pamela Boley Megan Brown Jessica Chiricotti Ami Cwalina Michele Davis Michelle Gonya Heather Greenwell Leslie Miller Francee Necsary Erin Ogburn
Julie Padilla
Amy Herrera Pavlak Erin Reynolds Kerry Hibbert Ross Cindy Scannell
GAMMA BETA
Indiana University of Pennsylvania WHEAT CLUB
Karen Weigel
SPONSOR
Phyllis Zaremba
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Carla Caimi
Vonnie Barnes Gamble
Linda Collier (left), 97-99 International President, accepts a check for educational and leadership grantsfrom Jeanie Sells of the Foundation, at the 1999 International Convention.
Heather Fitting
ETA
University of Wisconsin
ROSE CLUB
Katherine Turner Dole
SPONSOR
Julia Carr Crenshaw Elizabeth King Ellen
FRIEND
'Dorothy Palmer Bundy Virginia Huwen Proctor
introducing the PRESIDENT'S CLUB Beginning July 1,1999, start of the new fiscal
year, the Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation is pleased to announce a new recognition club. Sisters and Friends who annually contribute $1,000 or more will qualify as a member of the President's Club. Special recognition will be given in the Foundation Annual Donor List, which will appearinthefall,2000,issueofToDragma. Members will also receive a President's Club leather bookmark in appreciation and recogni- tion of this special donor circle.
GAMMA
University
WHEAT CLUB
of Maine
Annette Simoneau Bliss Barbara HigginsBodwell Jennifer Patel Cousins Catharine Rowe
SPONSOR
Mildred Haney Berdeen Joan Drake
Wilma Brown Miller
'Katherine Stewart Valerie Smith Stimpson
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Audrey Morse Garnett Ruth McAllian McKay Evelyn Gleason Rawson Thelma Crossland Robie Alice Webster Sinclair
FRIEND
Rebecca Woods Annis Harriet Riley Cederstrom Nancy Pistaki Chard Barbara Smiley Healy Mary Saunders Martorella Martha Lowden Scarlett
Maureen Leary Mamula Emily Corso O'Keefe Laurie Slenker Stauffer Melanie Nestor Trump
FRIEND
GAMMA IOTA
Southern Illinois
SPONSOR
University
GAMMA
ALPHA
Wendy Hoke Evenden Robin Pilardi Gibson Sharon Kelly
Andi Smythe LaFleur Peg Mogush
Anne Hinkel Rohrbach Beverly Round
Carol Irish Smith
Lori Bigham Walters
GAMMA CHI
Carleton University
FRIEND
Karen Anderson Dee Campbell Kristina Hunt
GAMMA DELTA
University of South Alabama
RUBY CLUB
Julie Brining
PEARL CLUB
Robin Mansfield Wright
SPONSOR
Judi Foster Gulledge
Susan Kennedy Yonehiro
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Jacqueline AtkinsonArnold Katy Sapio
Gay'le Kilgus Shaffer Elizabeth Holderfield Williams
University of Florida
ROSE CLUB
Sandra Fuller Jewell
WHEAT CLUB
Charlotte Burton Bray Candy Kohler Driscoll Marilyn Rogers Thomas
SPONSOR
Heidi Sturmer Anders Janet Stoddard Andres Mary Plescia Fumea Ronna Renee Janes Prudence Brown Kerry Maureen Campbell Nemcik Evelyn KulpNoblit
Lisa Maleski Parker Pamela Rehm
Carolyn Richards Connie Swan Stevenson Marilyn Krekel Walton Rosie Soltesz Zingarella
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Joyce Wray Alford Norma Fraser Dunn Caryl Davis Lane Faith Tulino Myer Lois Page
Susann Weinreich Reed Lois Reid
Penny Giragosian Ritenbaugh Grace LeBaron Sandefur
Michelle Smith Boesler
Jennifer St Clair Bonnet
Barbara Gilbert Davies
KimWrzesniewski DiCesare GAMMA OMICRON
Audrey Herbster Lueth
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Karyn George Angstadt Paulette Ranieri DiGiannantonio


FRIEND
Julie Csizmadia Bishop Jessica Clarke
Alison Crane
Heather Harris Jennifer Mundy
Ann Muenzraay Phillips Terry Spirio Ranck Shannon Reynolds Stacey Richards
GAMMA UPSILON
St Leo College
SPONSOR
Karen Lyons Foster
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Nancy Meade
F R I E N D
Suzanne Githens Jeanette DeCampMurray
IOTA
University of Illinois
PI CIRCLE
Peg Kramer Crawford
PEARL CLUB
Kathy Rippel Holmes
Joan Ryan Wickham
ROSE CLUB
Betty Carver Lumbattis Virginia Bairstow Schroeder Harriett Dugan Veach
WHEAT CLUB
Robin Lee Beltramini Jan Hiser Bowsher
Freda KlopfensteinEbert Joan FreitagFinch Aileen Hagan
Paula Naffziger Hoerner Bonnie Kohlenberger Kohl Michelle Kohnen
Barbara Lesch McMillin Alice Jo EllisRainville Diana Klugiewicz Reed Marjorie Lang Shipley Barbara Stehno
SPONSOR
Winifred Ttmmons Baker Cathy GuthrieBenjamin Lucile Arnold Denker Audrey Shaw Dusendschon Judy Gambrel Flessner Shirley BradshawGillette Mary Otwell Hall
Joanne Glaeser Harman Anne Rockwell Healy Barbara Morris Johnson Cynthia Marchigiani Kennedy Linda Brownfield Liermann Bette Busch Maniscalco Kathryn Romano Mayer Kerri Molnar
Janice Wright Pechauer Diane Kellogg Pellettiere Janis Reiter Peters Lorraine Zillner Rodgers Katherine WilsonSchultz Joan Zagar Severns
Jean Ryan Winter
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Kelly Rosenbohm Adamitis Gay Kresl Adams
Nikki Austin
Linda Weingartner Brown Dorothy Miller Crouch Doris Larsen Drow Barbara Bassie Dunnivant Jene Fellows Eckenfelder Jean France Ellis
Arlyne Reeves Filippi ToDragma/FALL 1999
SECOND CENTURYSOCIETY
Membership in the Second Century Society is open to a special group of alumnae and friends who have
made provisions for the Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation through a planned gift commitment. Members of the Second Century Society recognize the need for the AOn Foundation to build long range financial stability by including the Foundation in their estate plans. Planned gifts can include insurance, will bequests, and trusts.
For information about howyou can join the Second Century Society, and leave a legacy for future generations of sisters, con- tact the Foundation office.
The AOn Foundation further honors sisters and friends as PATRONSof the Second Century Society, who in addition to their planned gift, contribute $300 or more to the Foundation on an annual basis. We are deeply grateful for their commitment and contributions to the future of Alpha Omicron Pi. A heartfelt thank you to these SCS Members.
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Angela Bonds Alexander, Rho Omicron Mildred Frazee Allen, Beta Phi
Judith Bagby, Lambda Sigma
Ginger Banks, Pi Kappa
Rosalie Gorham Barber, Sigma Omicron Edith Bates, Chi Lambda
Ruth Wentisch Beglin, Theta Psi
Bonnie Somers Berger, Tau
Beverly M. Bergstrom, Delta Sigma
Shala Schweitzer Berry, Kappa Lambda Evelyn Bird, Lambda Sigma
June Greer Bogle, Nu Omicron
Nancy Perry Bowers, Nu Omicron
Jo Anne Breitmeyer, Pi Kappa
Julie Brining, Gamma Delta
Laura Brush Burcham, Alpha Kappa
Nancy Perko Bussing, Phi Upsilon
Barbara Ann Eskew Cannon, Phi Omicron Marianne Davies Carton, Upsilon
Gloria Hitt Cauble, Upsilon
Phyllis Hobbs Cauffiel, Theta Pi
Lorraine Chanatry-Howell, Chi
Blanche FranklinChilcote, Alpha Phi Catherine Daugherty Cifers, Omicron
Carol Clark, Alpha Rho
Liz Romine Coffey, Chi Lambda
Suzanne Colgan, Alpha Gamma
Linda Peters Collier, Chi Omicron
Tricia High Conover, Phi Upsilon
Mary Batman Converse, Phi Kappa Caroline Craig, Lambda Beta
Peg Kramer Crawford, Iota
Tamee Dark, Lambda Tau
Theresa Collins Davis, Alpha Kappa Jacquelyn Struble Dinwiddie, Epsilon Alpha Melanie Nixon Doyle, Lambda Sigma Joanne Williamson Earls, Zeta Psi
Elaine DeFrances Ellis, Alpha Omicron Gayle Fitzpatrick, Alpha Rho
Margaret Damon Goodlund, Tau
Cynthia Graves, Upsilon Alpha
Melissa K. Hammel, Nu Omicron
Patricia Cowley Hardy, Gamma Sigma Marion Force Hasweli, Sigma
Patricia Helland, Rho Omicron
Anne Hickey, Rho
Martha Hilands, Alpha Rho
June Deny Hodge, Sigma
Barbara Daugs Hunt, Phi Delta
Mary Ann Davies Jenkins, Kappa Alpha Kathryn Ann Jensen, Theta Omega Jennifer Jenson, Kappa Omicron MaryJohnson, Zeta
Winona Johnson-Harding, Lambda Beta Diane Johnson Killingback, Kappa Alpha Dawn Krotje Kilpatrick, Alpha Theta Dorothy Kortepeter, Alpha Tau
Christina Hill Koukola, Theta
Barbara Owens Kramer, Beta Phi
Carol FrankKropschot, Omicron Pi
Ann Schmidt Lampe, Phi
•Jessie McAdam Lamed, Tau
Lois Smart Lehner, Theta SharonCrouchLiddell,PhiAlpha
Laura Geldhoff Liefer, Kappa Rho Marguerite CrawfordLloyd, Delta Sigma Sky Ruhlman Louapre, Pi
Joan Deathe MacCallum, Kappa Phi Eleanore Dietrich MacCurdy, Iota Alpha Becky Berman Mack, Alpha Tau
Linda Mansur, Delta Pi
Lois Martin, Kappa Theta
Ruth Matson Matchette, Upsilon
Barbara Andre Maxwell, Iota Alpha *Laura GilliamMcDowell, Beta Phi
Angela Hustedt Mitchell, Kappa Alpha Dana Moreland-Mariotti, Delta Alpha Karen Mouraski, Phi Delta
Elise Moss, Tau Delta
Janis Tremble Nelson, Upsilon Alpha Kathy Nelson-Small, Gamma Beta
Dora Deane Childress Newman, Xi
Irene Wagar Oestrike, Beta Gamma Louise Benton Oliver, Upsilon
Joyce Osborn, Delta Sigma
Marjorie Palmer Passler, Upsflon
'Inez A.Petrok, Tau
Candace Pierson-Charlton, Alpha Rho Vicki Jones Ray, Delta Omega
Charlene Rennoe, Beta Gamma
Mary Hamilton Rhodes, Kappa Tau Frankie Frazier Roberts, Nu Beta Marjorie Hunt Sanders, Alpha Omicron BarbaraEngstromSchumacher, EpsilonAlpha Laura Cima Seidman, lota
Jean Marcy Sells, Zeta
Nancy Shaw Shaheen, Alpha Omicron Lucile Hendricks Spencer, Zeta Deborah Harper Stillwell, Nu Omicron Eddice Dochterman Sullivan, Tau
Kay Hansen Sutherlin, Theta
Sandra Keymer Temple, Kappa Phi Kathryn ttmm, Beta Rho
Jean Whorley Tripp, Nu Omicron CatherineEvansVasquez, Upsilon Thelma Coen Waigand, Theta Psi
Becky Shook Weinberg, Chi Delta Judith LacinaWest, Omicron Pi
Phyllis Arner Westerman, Rho
Cathy Connelly Wieand, Gamma Beta
Dot Waters Williams, Lambda Sigma Mary McCammon Williams, Phi
Lucile Wright, Beta Theta
Robin Mansfield Wright, Gamma Delta Gretchen Zollendeck, Phi Delta
* Denotes Deceased Members Italics - Denotes new Members
Bold - Denotes Patron Members
Grace Niewold Funk Emily Tonsberg Gates Susan Spanier Gavin Michele Gemskie Donna BrehmHealy Gerri Foran Humbert Laura Hansen Kaplan Dorothy Dolan Kelly Sharon Kern Marcella Sadler Kuhn Ellen Kinch Macy Carole Schmitt Meyer Melissa Mitchell Mary Beth O'Connor Deborah Olson Read
Nancy Bush Reich
Susan Street Ricklefs Marjorie Osborn Roeder Wendy Rogowski
Wanda King Sabien
Nicole Skarda
Zoe Nelson Todd
Mary Ellen Rennick Towne Sylvia Andrews Wallin Cheryl wickstrom
FRIEND
Lisa Jesse Armetta
Jaime Baldnet
Victoria Castle Biarnesen Molly Bollman
Karen Trimpl Brewer Christine Conry Alicia Cook
Karla Diestel
Nancy Lawrence Gehlbach Preeti Ghuman
Erin Grabski
Monique Medawar Harvey Samantha Holmes Hutchinson Lori Jesberg
Mary Judge
Kristine Ambrose Karlberg Joanne Kern
Kerry Korosa
Lucie MeyerKreidler
Jennifer Kuczwara LisaNelson
Doile Heun Nichols Nancy LeConte November Chris Piatek
Courtney Potempa Laura Cima Seidman Julie Shepherd
Lori Simon
Lisa Hackbart Snyder Margaret Steele
Janice Conard Underwood Natalie Wieber
Jennifer Erler Willis Aileen Wright
IOTA ALPHA
Idaho State University
PEARL CLUB
Eleanore Dietrich MacCurdy
ROSE CLUB
Barbara Andre Maxwell
WHEAT CLUB
Mary DalyEnwall
SPONSOR
Cheryle Geesey Barker Pamela Warner Hill Elaine Pruett Smith Cheryl Hack Zaladonis
FRIEND
Nancy Ellis Anthony
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IOTA SIGMA
Iowa State University
ROSE CLUB
Shirley Pinneke Knipfel
SPONSOR
Kimberly Portz Curtis Sarah Ihde Dore
Pam Patterson Harris Heather Harrington Martin
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Rhonda Stevenson Bjornsen
Joni Lytle Larsen
FRIEND
Kelly Agnew
Tanya Aldrich
JoLynn Jenkins Baltzley Melinda Strank Coogan Anne Hodson
Erica Reich Lembke Carol Wee Millar
Julie Mommsen Peters Mary Scallon Rush
IOTATAU
University of Wisconsin Stout
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Darla Deer-Hanford Lorraine Frederickson Renee Schuetz Pesavento
FRIEND
Susan Lienemann-Buesing Aleda Schuetz McArdle Nancy Rauhut Van Heel
KAPPA
Randolph-Macon Woman's College ROSE CLUB
Charlsie Berly
Jane Mylander Wainwright
WHEAT CLUB
Elizabeth Valentine Daudt
SPONSOR
Nancy Leland Poland
Adair Lovin Williams
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Katharine Northern Land Josephine Bower Miller
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Patricia Armstrong
Christie Barnes-Stewart Patricia Light Bates Catherine Flock Cooper Susan Giffel Douthit Twaunette Fellwock Eberhart Christine Pence Ellis
Helen Edington Gambaiani Terri Hill Harrison
Ruth Schuessler Jones Patrice McKenzie Liebler Julia Morris Malson
Lee Ann Davies Mann Annette Hall Martinson Monique Pollard Rembold Kate Hulman Schoffstall Orva Sinclair Schramm Sara Simms
Laurie Allen Snyder Patricia Uhde Spencer Ann Wuchner Sturm Christina McDaniel Sunkel Marsha Gaisser Wingo
FRIEND
PamelaBonkBahney Phyllis Espy Brinegar Erin Briody
Sally Rupel Brodkorb Kelly Hervey Brooks Sarah Clark
Monica Conrad
Vicki Birch Dietz Kristin Dillon
Paula Fehrenbacher Shea Garrison Heather Glaspie Shirley Olivero Green Sarah Guetschow Emily Guy
Amanda Ramey Keller Crystal Kemper
Diane Johnson Killingback Valerie Walker Marietta Deborah Riddle McKenney Carolyn Baker Mears Elicia Tonner Oliver
Leah Owen Carol Torie Pettit Brooke Putoff Bridget Quinlan Monica Ramey Sara Rauscher
KAPPA GAMMA
Florida Southern College
PEARL CLUB
Ruth Ellis McKeown
WHEAT CLUB
Karen Krieger
SPONSOR
Joan Burr Creese
Barbara Clifford Keller
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Shirley Thomas Cooke Cynthia Wagemann Cubberley Anne Mayo Girata
Daryl Meyer Hall
Betty Lee Johnston Kennedy Katherine Mulcay Lowe Janine Sganga Smith
Grace Schumacher Ward
FRIEND
Jennifer Smirh Hayes Rachel Maxfield Marcia Bealle Quarles Victoria Urban
KAPPA KAPPA
Ball State University
ROSE CLUB
Kelli Fitzpatrick Burrill Louise Bennett Lingner Candace Clark Seizert
WHEAT CLUB
Linda McRae Becker Deborah Jennings Ernst Jane Ann Vigus Steiner Pamela Jordan Wolf
SPONSOR
Betty Isza Baim
Deborah Nelson Bruner
Judith Charnley
Pamela Pratt Curtis
Janet Oestrike Gerstenecker University of Kentucky Beverly Bontrager Hoffman
Susan Hughes Long
Beth Gaughan Lyons
Carolann LaskowskiMikesell SUSTAINING MEMBER
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Nancy Cunningham Fenner
Janet Cole Sekerak
FRIEND
Connie Spray Barker Lori Rappach Gennotti Kristina Sell Kiene Michelle Krietemeyer
The Millennium Endowment Pledgefund has received over Shannon Busby
$40,000 to help ensure our future... together.
Tiffany Disponett Christie Dutton Jill Elder
Erin Feldhaus Terra Greer
Nikki Humphrey
Ellee Humphrey
Mimi Jones
Ann Kirchgessner
Carrie Koetter
Suzanne Lea
Melissa McArdle
Jennifer McCleese
Clara Newsom
Michelle Newton
Sara Orrill
Mandy Patton
Karrie Ralston
Michelle Lunsford Roberts Jennifer Schuler
Molly Kovacs Shewmaker Heathet Soto
Sara Stoutenburg
Ashley Witters
Kristen Wolfrom
KAPPA ALPHA
Indiana State University
ROSE CLUB
Marilyn Faris
Mary Ann Davies Jenkins
WHEAT CLUB
MaryBethBtownHasselbtinck Stephanie Hendricks
Arlene Eckerle McDonald Carol Hammond Schnyder Jill Zschau Stock
Karla KellerTrout
SPONSOR
Patricia Butts
Barbara Ringle Goll
Carolyn Motsinger Hendricks Rita Conway Hurtt
Charlene Weaver Kobida Cathy Campbell Parker
Jane Kenner Prather
Norma Henerberg Purvis Phyllis Purcell Stewart Emalee Brackemyre VanScyoc
Aimee Roush
Cindy Schreiner
Amy Siemers
Marcia Whitaker Smith Laura Bruce Spadoni Melanie Thomas
Glenna Hammond Timmons Amy Wagner
KAPPA CHI
Northwestern State University
FRIEND
Angie Duffy Becky Farabough
KAPPA DELTA
Wright State University
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Susan Arnold Targove
Amy Wiedeman
FRIEND
Kathv Shakro Carder
Zenet Knapp Schissler
Carmen Lewman Suess
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Millie Cole Boring
Carlene Beaty Brodbeck Carolyn Patterson Brown Lois Gatchell Brown
Julie Robbins Burns Kathryn Webb Burris
Randi Shields Carmichael Sue Riney Galloway
Cheryl Cody Hazama Phyllis Reeder Mueller Wendy Rogers
Carol Loudenback Sommers Jane Crampton Weakley Victoria Barr Willis
FRIEND
Donna Fosnaugh Bockover Sarah Bremner
Kathleen Dailey
Angela Blackvvell Evans
KAPPA PI
Ohio Northern
ROSE CLUB
University
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Kathleen Metzger O'Dell Susie Trent O'Maley Barbara Johnson Ottinger Paula Adams Peterson
Melanie Grills
Alice Van Voorst Harrison Priscilla Gerard Hawks Kimberly Indelicate Raychelle Johnson
Amy Jones
Beth Kilgore
Heather Kreger
Kelly Lawhead
Suzanne Lewis
Sandra Pataluch Lott Judith Myers McFarland Ruth Osborne Melvin Becca Michel
KAPPA OMICRON
Rhodes College
WHEAT CLUB
Anne Riley Bourne Martha Cage Edge Helen Quindley McCIure Mary Holiman Norton Frances Crouch Perkins
SPONSOR
Iolis Robbins Carruthers
Kimberly Longmire McDaniel
Rebecca Marshbanks Mushingi ROSE CLUB Stephanie Hughes Russell
Karen Soderstrom Moessner SUSTAINING MEMBER
WHEAT CLUB
Charlotte LeVecque Rosemary Malish Harriet Heethuis Oliver Robbi Ruth Peterson
SPONSOR
Susan Fairchild Davidson Arlene Sirtola Kalis Rebecca Dragos Massie Doris Cline McKenzie
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Jeanne Straight Black Leslie Markle Hargett Arlene Rieker Montgomery Joyce Nevaril Sustr Marilyn Hinkel Taylor Sandra Kubitz Tomlinson Karen Tompkins
FRIEND
Annette Martz Daniel Erika Dilts
Julie Jones
Tracy Kluge
Mary Jane Palo Levi Julie Olszewski
Alice Kozlowski Pinder Karen Moody Roush Nicole Schneider
Julie Schweda
Donna Felthouse Spencer
KAPPA SIGMA
University of Wisconsin River Falls
FRIEND
Melissa Joyce Roxanne Cilek Kalk Janet Karl
Jenny Kendall Andrea Stetzet
KAPPA TAU
Southeastern Louisiana University
ROSE CLUB
Cindy Swartzfager Visot
WHEAT CLUB
Dina D'Gerolamo
Susan Gourdain Mele
SPONSOR
Patti Thompson Dowie
Yvonne Daigte Landry
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Raylyn Reine Beevers Sharon Watson Guitreau Janin Boos Johnston
FRIEND
Dawn Brewstet Sharon Hebert Jennifer Huber Hover Reagan McMillan
Betsy Mosier
Megan Peresie
Amber Tresso Pooser Marilyn Stouse Redmon Stacy Peterson Reid Brooke Sternberg
Katie Stickler
Carrie Trent
Erica Witzke SarahWolff
Stephanie Young
KAPPA LAMBDA
Helen Deupree Brandon Cynthia Allen Hoffman Mary Elizabeth Cobb Horne Rosemary Wood Potter Betty Schneider Williams
FRIEND
Rachel Allen
Ruth Foster Arnold Faithe Ptoulx Barrett Beth Webster Blake MaryBomar
Lynette Breedlove Heather Stewart Cook Carol Culpepper Meredith Davis
Julie Decker
Andrea Dellinger Kandace Holladay Stefanie Johnson Ginger Laney
Telky Lanza
Laura Brown McHan Susan Meredith Barbara Hall Miller Angela Holland Mills Marce' Moreno
Sarah Morgan
Wendy Young Mullins Jessica Nelson Rossanna Punzalan Allison Rantisi
Karla Riemenschneider Cindy Roberts
Laura Lake Saunders Alice Scarpinato
Kittie Johnson Stauffer
KAPPA PHI
McCill University
ROSE CLUB
Joan Deathe MacCallum
WHEAT CLUB
"Dorothy Weir Stalker
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Alison Finnemore Barbara Webb Lewis Karen Hall Moon
FRIEND
Louise Karsh Archer Irene Polis Taylor
University
SPONSOR
of Calgary
Annick Brais Grover
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Angela Judd Scoble
F R I E N D
Shala Schweitzer Berry Kristy Manchul Vanessa Montgomery Tammy Soo
Tiffany Watson
KAPPA OMEGA
SPONSOR
LeaAnne Schnellenberger Box Marilyn Mees Doerr
Natasha Bowling Lucas
FRIEND
Danielle Battaglia Amber Bellande Lara Bovine
Jill Glascock Suhm
Pamela Norton Starr
WHEAT CLUB
Kelly James Moore Rebecca Piazza Mortis Lori Williamson Nelson
SPONSOR
Arminah Davis
Nancy Keely McAlexander Jane Mowder
KAPPA RHO
Western Michigan University
Angeline Spehar Zantjer


KAPPA THETA
University of California Los Angeles
PEARL CLUB
Norma Marshall Ackel
Dorothy Woodbury Linn
ROSE CLUB
Thelma Culverson ElsieTomboulian Harutunian ]ane Campion Leininger
WHEAT CLUB
Beryl Arbit
Carol Spence Barrow Mary Leigh Watters Blek Judy Hasche
Barbara Dean Kapell
Lila Dixon Nelson
Mignon Macurda Stannard Jean Cook Steinberger Elizabeth Wright Witt Kristy Koestner Young
SPONSOR
Marilyn Braun Born 'Barbara Ponto Cato
Barbara Ryan Dunham Sharon Clark Gayton Susanna Tyler Hadley Dorothy Baldwin Heide Audrey Telley Jonas-Strutt Elizabeth Scott Lewis Patricia Howell McCarrell Annie Pauline Moore Ross Marion Elliott Smith
Sandy Henninger Thompson Karen Van Dyke Watson Alice Newhouse White Elizabeth Smith Wright
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Janice Bagge
Gretchen Kumnick Byron Florence Peterson Holden Carol Stich Lamar
Mary Jane Daze Lavery Gwendolyn LivingstonLong Lois Martin
Karran Perk Richards Marian Moore Smithson Alice Bulkley Tollefson Susan Canby Turquand Virginia Stanton Upham Joan Landweer Waltz
FRIEND
Patricia Noonan Brunton Shirley Combs Considine Carole Bloom Dovala
Joni Murphy Johnson Patricia Lang Miller
Doris Blunden Northrup Vickie Neuvert Peters Ellen Green Poso
Kathryn Cassidy Taboada Barbara Boreman Wallace Mary Ellen Hulette Walton Sharon Zundel
LAMBDA
Stanford University
PI CIRCLE
June Miller Lighty
PEARL CLUB
Muriel Boyd Longinotti
ROSE CLUB
MarjorieSchlichtmann Herrero
WHEAT CLUB
Helene Wilkens Bartig
SPONSOR
Jacquelyn Cannon Bonnett Martha Shutts On Virginia Clausen Pickrell Marilou Sutter Tomblin
SUSTAINING MEMBER LAMBDA IOTA Barbara Odenheimer Dority University of California
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Dorothy Ayers Compton Kathy Wigington Culpepper Jill Johnson Frawley Jennifer Harden Green Catherine Sponseller Helms Irene Williams Jones Shirley Allen Lee
Claire Hubbard Mann Laura May
Cecelia Shook McAuliffe Wendy Bowen Mykyten Lisa Whitten Powell
Karen Schulte Rabun
Vicki Mayfield Swenson Betty Hooks Underwood Julia Wing
Kristen Carpenter Murray Burfford Dennis Rhonda Beavers Evans Jennifer Garrett
Anna Guerra
Julia Reagan Hebert Jessica Hoiyfield
Lacey Huffman
Hope LeBlanc Knijn Dani Lamana
Jessica Lawrence Donna Lemoine
Amy Martin
Deanna McDuffie Mandy McNeely
Sandy Lee Oestriecher
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Maria Rael Nowell
FRIEND
Audrey Freese Gellert
LAMBDA BETA
San Diego
ROSE CLUB
Bobbe Chilcote Monteleone
S P O N S O R
Laura BloomDoyle
Susan Stone
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Lori Curci-Reed
Tracy Emper Kunkel Michelle Merwitzer Jennifer Beedon Nashashibi Stephanie Putnoky
Heather Scott
Melanie Bernard Ladner Mandy MartinLohfink Kaye Brown Martin Jennifer Mcintosh
Anne Dauenhauer McLaughlin Elizabeth Silva
Nellie Silva
Ellen Sumner
Melinda Edmonds Whitehill
FRIEND
Karen Bambury Brooke Beard Jennifer Bischof Jacey Cook
Eileen Crimmins Cesarina Riley Dancy Kim Franks
Katie Furlong
Kelly Krouse Gabe Leslie Gable
Kam Gaddis
Suzanne Gardiner Susan Waldrup Hardy Amy Jo Harrison Beth Helsley
Cory High
Amy Hopper
Jessica Hunt
Melanie Hutcherson Mary Jones
Melanie Sanders King Hope Kizer
Lea Anne Lemmons Lois Lafollette Lewis Mary Martin Malone Yancey Mason Christy Jones McCord Kate McKenzie Suzanne Mitchell
Ashley Moak Elizabeth Nohsey Mary O'Ryan
Jill Opdyke
Brenda Pfeiffer Ousley Cathryn Patton
Kelly Powell Kelly Riddle Lindsay Romano Elizabeth Roy J-Jaye Shackelford Whitney Smith Heather Soriano Jolie Spiers
Carrie Stone
Sarah Tapley
Dareth Vinson Margaux Viox
Angela Weckl
Molly White
Andrea Mobley Woods
NU DELTA
Canisius College
S U S T A I N I N G M E M B E R
Kelly Carrigg Angelique Hostetter
California State Long Beach
PEARL CLUB
Caroline Craig
ROSE CLUB
University
Elizabeth Craig Amundson
WHEAT CLUB
Winona Johnson-Harding
April Ringwald Monroe
SPONSOR
Tracy Crandall
Lynnette White McMahon Juliana Doran Springer
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Stacy Chaplin Bogin Laura Jacques Boyer Gina Zofrea Fish Carolyn Carson Graybill Donna Bittmann Kasper Jodi Masumoto
FRIEND
Kim Bradley
Kathy Carpenter
June Cierpial Collins jenny Giannini KimIrby Grabowski Tina Hahn Hefner
Anna Hillinger
Robin Holt-MacDonald Irene Johnson
Mary Ann Kenney Anne Koo
Denise MacDonald Laura Mayberry Suzanne Elken Rickards Donna McCombs Taylor Jodi Roney Thompson Kathleen Tucker
Wendy Mayo Wang Lisa Flournoy Weiss
LAMBDA CHI
LaCrange College
FRIEND
Carol Armstrong Beard Barbie Everett
Megan Fisher
Phyllis Lupo
Karla Reese Powers
LAMBDA ETA
Grand Valley State University
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Heather Wilson Hill
FRIEND
Alysson Andersen Kimbedy Blair Mandy Burgess Abbey Flynn Stephanie Hemenway Sarah Hochstetler Ann Marie Klotz Christine Moul
Lisa Olszewski Veronica Schwartz Heather Spink Sara Tllli
Jennifer Gilbert Wolf
TheFraternity received Foundation grants of $56,396for leadership, training and educational programming.
FRIEND
Phuong Lam Laurel Latto Kristen Peterson
LAMBDA PHI
University of Wisconsin Whitewater
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Donna Richter Kraehnke
FRIEND
Jo Ann Strehlow Walker
LAMBDA SIGMA
University of Georgia
RUBY CLUB
Dot Waters Williams
ROSE CLUB
Evelyn Bird
Lisa Ackerman Cheeley Melanie Nixon Doyle Joni Farmer Frobos Joyce Morway
Anne Wooten Ruzic Lois Johnson Shortt Ruth Estes Trager
WHEAT CLUB
Donna Gude Barwick Carole Thomas Davis Diane Evans Dooley Sarah Lemmond Green Karen Pope Hart
Katy Cox Johnson Cathryn Henry Krohn Betty Long Mathis
Fifi Lamas Menzelos Elizabeth Conaway Ruh Peggy Scott Spillane
SPONSOR
Caroline Hargrove Adams Marie Shirley Binder Carol Hendon Cain
Chris Collier Campbell Stacy Ayers Chick Charlotte Gaulding Cook Francis Salisbury Davis Lauri Grogan DeGuenther Pamela Former Denham Sarah Friend Dickerson Marty Leonard Harrison Rhonda McLean Holmes Louise Leonard BeckyMurrah Lovelace Gary Cunningham Perry Julie Rhodes
Zadie Avrett Scott Marianne Hyndman Seiz
FRIEND
Natalie Balyo
Heather Bartlett
Rachel Berry
Lisa Brown
Kristin Edmonson TiffanyTrammel Ellner Brenda Settles Geer GinnyDixonHamby Susan Hardwick
Elizabeth Leonard Headley Michelle Holcomb
Susan Hollins Hollis Chrissy Kowalczyk Julie Lawrence
Beth Linnen Kimberly Moore Ashlee Broder Panaro Jesalyn Parham Alison Quod
Kelly Rountree
Whitney Harrison Schiffer Tara Smith
Marie Richardson Thompson Megan Tiller
Anne Stevens Whetstone Krysia Wrobel
LAMBDA TAU
Dianne Adams Parker Lizzie Robertson Miranda Self
LAMBDA UPSILON
Lehigh University
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Judy O'Neill Benedict
NU
New York University
ROSE CLUB
Helen Moore
Cristina Rebaza Oswald
WHEAT CLUB
Jane Morrissey Albert
Elizabeth Rennmann Chisholm
Miriam Paliwoda Moody
SPONSOR
Priscilla Harrington Loomis Mabel Anderson Mclndoe
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Mary DeNiff
Grace Campisi Giacobone Mary Lenio Miller
Dorothy Meisel Partridge Florence Weinheimer deNagy
FRIEND
Helen Bell Dodds
Northeast University ROSE CLUB
Louisiana
Tamee Dark
WHEAT CLUB
Cheryl Larrieu Bourg Terri Parker Marshall Lori Roberts Miller Kathy Sigler Price Kathy Brakefield Sowell Lois Klemme Theriot Ann White
SPONSOR
Alison Garrett Crowe Penny Weaver Hakim Suzanne Dickerson Hall Elizabeth Sigler McCall Elise Rawson Wyatt Evelyn Redding Zagone
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Paula Bourgeois Daigle Theresa Gregorio-Torres Catrina Oliszewski Mayo Frances Trousdale
FRIEND
Amy Albritton Chrisy Bourg Robin Bradley
NU BETA
University of
PEARL CLUB
Mississippi
Frankie Frazier Roberts
ROSE CLUB
Laura Justice
Judy Thompson Moore
Kitty St John Pettus
WHEAT CLUB
Mary Elizabeth Barrett
Kelli Daniels Harris
Rita Johnson
Jeanne Carter Luckey
Phyllis Grant Phillips-Taylor
Ellen Roberts Russell
SPONSOR
Susan Bonifield
Paula Naremore Hoge Sharon Reece Neff Linda Price Sullivan Betty Shaw Tutor
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Leslie Farr Enoch
Merry Carole Cooper Falke Ann Matthews Ford Crystal Grafton
Schweikowsky
NU IOTA
Northern Illinois
PEARL CLUB
University
Carolyn Wartinbee
WHEAT CLUB
Kathleen Conver
Linda Schwartz Grandolfo Judy Young Huss


1998-99 DONORS
Paula Mudge LeRoy Janet Bong Lockhart Marcia Davis Moser Nancy Wargo
Cynthia Paul Wayland
SPONSOR
Rosie Snyder Fisher Barbara Pautz Murray Jan Luksic Skeldon Cindy Steckel
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Jean LeGros Adduci Susan Stanley Buehlman Sharon Dziubla Huxhold Janice Wostratzky Voight Sally Marker Wessels Christine Zielinski
FRIEND
Tracey Bartholomew Patricia Annen Broggi Rebekah Chu
Jamie Fruguglietti Corkle Angie Dimmig
Geraldine ChalifouxDulkoski Sabrina Dzidic
Jenny Fiolka
Carol Relfson Frogue
Evelyn Gaudutis
Marion Fort Hartman Esther Hinterhauser Ardeen Weil Hoke
Anita Ebert Juengling Debra Angstadt La Van Claudia Cieciwa McGrath Jennifer Obirek
Charlotte Kuebker Renehan Susan Poczekaj Trump Barbara Hasch Valasek
NU LAMBDA
University of Southern California
ROSE CLUB
Carol Emmerling Sawyer Gail Sullivan
Nancy Schrader Young
WHEAT CLUB
BJGeorge Chandler
Janie Kesling Crawford Dorothy Bishop Garber Juanita Sakajian Haugen Corinne McCann DorothyKeen Robinson Elizabeth Abbott Siegmund loan Hoffman Smith
SPONSOR
Marilyn Beaudry-Corbett Mary Booth
Teresa Del Gianni
Dorothy Parlapiano Forrester Jan Heide
Marilyn Tevriz Kezirian Alison Marshall MoniqueAnsolabehere Roberts Nancy Bates-Lane Yankura
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Phyllis Austin
Penelope Benson Ferrell Radene Gordon-Beck Darlene Hall Jackson
Daisy Comer Knudsen Elizabeth Mosher-Kraus Beverly Smith Mullen
Lisa Anderson Scott
Elaine Soost
Elizabeth Wannamaker Werhel
FRIEND
Hilary Haugen
Mary Ryan Indenbaum Carrol McElroy Irwin
Mary Lou Cundall James Elinor Russell Keller Genie Tripp Lownsdale Joan Mannix Neckerman Marilyn Lyman Palmer Lisbeth Butler Prows Helen Waterbury
NU OMICRON
Vanderbilt University
ROSE CLUB
Anne Zipp Game
Mary Louise Lakoff McMillan Jean Whorley Tripp
Patricia Murphey Tunno
WHEAT CLUB
Mary Dorris Adair
Joy Murphy Adams
Anne Cowen Beauchamp Angela Blanton Buikema Katheryn Crockett Dunn Barbara Dunn Hack Virginia Carson Hofstetter Shea Hipp Kuhn
Marianna McAllister LaRue Anne Lyons
Katie Woods McClendon Mary RileyMichel
Suzanne Duke Orebaugh Patricia Burnett Rhodes Bridgett Luther Thompson
SPONSOR
Gayle Grizzard Allen Pamela Bell Barth
Kay Tibbals Davenport Anne Meeks Davis
Mildred Derryberry Dodd Jane Menendez Fall Cynthia Freeman
Patricia Simpkins Garman Nancy Whitehurst Goggans Irene Koerner
Siobhan McLaughlin-Lesley Martha Peeler Moore Katherine Payne Morris Frances Miller Owen Rebecca Lasley Sawyer Jane Smallwood Stearns Deborah Harper Stillwell Stephanie Crews Sundock Betty Brunner Williford Eva Wrather
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Katharine Bankston Cross Susan Thompson Derryberry Amanda Cunningham Farnsworth Laurie Fisher
Ashley LaRoche Heeren Elizabeth Huppler Lee Elizabeth Lichter
Katie Walsh Lloyd Alice Taylor Parks
Carol Armistead Parrent Sarah Parker Peay Ellen Picanso
Joyce Hailey Proctor Marcie Richmond
Ann Dejournette Rounsevell Ellen Williams Sanders Rena Dreskin Schoenberg Jenny Shapiro
Mary Trimble Smith Stacey Stewart
Sue Williams Sumner Whitney Van Arsdel
Joan Mcintosh Van Hulzen Megan Von Gremp
Beverly Cate Waites Sandra Click Watt Charlotte Woods Wright
DIAMOND JUBILEE SCHOLARSHIPS - Generosity Does Make a Difference
The Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation Scholarship Committee is pleased to announce these Diamond Jubilee Scholarship recipients for 1999-00. Twenty-one scholarship winners were selected by the Diamond Jubilee Scholarship Committee. Members of this committee were Marilyn Herman, chair; Kerry Rutemiller Ates, Gayle Fitzpatrick and Anne Zipp Game. Congratulations to the following recipients:
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UNDERGRADUATES
Muriel T.McKinney Scholarship
Tanya Ryan, IOWASTATEUNIVERSITY
JoAnne Gibbons Scholarship
Kelli Hahn, BALLSTATEUsBHsn Carolyn Huey Harris Scholarship
Jessica Langston, UNIVERSITYOFGEORGIA
Kerri Keith Scholarship
Tiffany Stenglein, LAGRANGE COLLEGE
Martha Wilhoite Scholarship
Jennifer Burger, DEPAUWUNIVERSITY
Alpha Tau Chapter Award
Jennifer Caddy, ARKANSASSTATEUNIVERSITY
Pi Kappa Chapter Award
Cynthia Schutz, SOUTHWESTTEXASSTATEUNIVERSITY
Diamond Jubilee Scholarships:
Patricia Duez, UNIVERSITYOFCHICAGO
Kerry Lane, MIDDLETENNESSEESTATEUNIVERSITY Nicole Loveless, UNIVERSITYOFEVANSVILLE Kristin Ziel, BIRMINGHAM-SOUTHERNCOLLEGE
GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIPS
Helen Haller Scholarship
Kelly Hoskins,TXLANEUNIVERSITYSCHOOLOFMEDICINE
Edith Anderson Scholarship
Sakina Shikari, UNIVERSITYOFCHICAGOSCHOOLOFMEDICINE
Ruth Johnson Scholarship
Melissa Spencer, DUKE UNIVERSITY
Karen Tucker Scholarship
Jan McReynolds, UNIVERSITYOFSOUTHALABAMA- COLLEGEOFMEDICINE
Diamond Jubilee Scholarships:
Christina Congo, UNIVERSITYOFALABAMA- BIRMINGHAM Shawnel Dutton, CALIFORNIALUTHERANUNIVERSITY Jennifer Hampton, UNIONUNIVERSITY
Nancy Salgado, HUNTER COLLEGE
Kim Wales, VANDERBILTUNIVERSITY
ALUMNAE SCHOLARSHIP
Julie Shepherd, UNIVERSITYOFILLINOIS-CHICAGO
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Virginia Alverson
Betty Pointer Bankston Eloise McBride Barrett Dawn Miller Bart
Helen Dornbusch Beard Dani Chadwick Beasley Kristen Bell
Becky Burgess
Rachel Carlson
Catherine Carrigan
Louise Patton Childers Rachel Cleaver
Mary Morrison Cline
Sara Copeland
Carolyn Cox
Elizabeth Cox
Sara Dawson
Jordan Donley
Jessica Downs
Julie Martin Efferson Bridgette Bates Flack Marian Burnett Ford Karen Friedman
Elizabeth Gernert
Hayden Glenn
Marguerite LaRue Glennon Suzanne Goldstein
Clare Heburn
Merideth Helgeson
Lyndi Hewitt
Barbara Hill
Anne Holloway
Kate Hortberg
Melissa Joyal
Melanie Kotys
Susan Langenus
Martha West Lawrence Kathy Kaeser Lee
Manerva Clements Lescher Fran Lindsey
Rachel Litchford
Lauren Lobrano Casper Maheshwari Joy McAfee Heather McBrearty Margaret Milam Carrie Mills Miriam Mindich Liz Mlynarczyk Gwen Shipp Moore Heather Nagle Kimberly Noble Liz Parden
Marcia Parra Amanda Dickinson
Pommerenck
Alex Rowley
Nita Lanier Shanks
Lynn McKay Shockley Heidi Sigmon
Brande Singleton Stephanie Sneed
Mary Edwards Speed Sommer Stripling
Camy Swafford KellyKilleenTalele Emily Tanner
Kristina Thompson Catherine Albright Turner Leana Wallace
Megan West
Charlotte Norred Whitt Amy Wiggins
Anne Landis Williams Melanie Wilson
NU SIGMA
Parsons College
PEARL CLUB
Phyllis Hobbs Cauffiel
FRIEND
Janet West Friedrich Carol Strong
NU ZETA
Chadron State College
FRIEND
AnaLee Roberts
OMEGA
Miami University
RUBY CLUB
Eleanor King Blank
Carol Miller Stevenson
ROSE CLUB
Margaret Barr Amos Molly Boles Folken Frances Boothe Kende Sara Latch
WHEAT CLUB
Linda Fitzgerald
Carol Fiala Jacob
Kay Lockridge
Sandra Merry Nix Margaret Snyder Petersen Barbara Wahls Seaman
SPONSOR
Ruth Kugele Baker
Estelle Carrel Baldwin Marie Vrabel Burnett
Kathy Holden Dahler
Nancy McConnaughy Ehrman Judy Eschmeyer Evans Alice Peterson Harrison Sandra Lang Helwig Barbara Henritze
Darla Trott lannarino Deborah Busch James Dorothy Bertram Johnson Cynthia Green Kronemyer Diane Gillian Lantz
Kim Bestgen Luczywo Patricia McCandless Naomi Giffin McPherson Olive Jones Miller
Ruth Tallman Pifer
Ruth Brandeberry Schaffner Elizabeth Kelly Stremel Marilyn Zielke Sweeney Nancy Heil Vecere
Joyce Gruber Williams
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Barbara Jones Amato Margie Struble Arnold Jean Daugherty Beckdahl Penny Dunfee Blankenship Patricia Curran-Dengler Teresa Barnett Gallinis Virginia Weyman Getter Barbara Durr Graver
Mary Ann Suhs Holly Sharon Lowry Lang
Jean King Lehman
Norma Johnstone Lewis Kristi Armacost Marth Mary Lou Caldwell Pross Patti Rohs Schreiner Martha Pontius Shablesky Nancy Doty Sirois
Aurora Toth
Dionn Tron
Laurelie Wysocki Wallace
Jane Puckett Witt
FRIEND
Shirley MacLean Aiken Jeanne Grigsby Bookwalter Denise Carkhuff
Barbara Rowe Chernus Stephanie Chu
Bridget Kane Cienkus Nadine Warner Fichter Stephanie Sanders Hofner Debra Stevens Jacobson Stacy Johnson
Carol Ehlert Mclntyre Karen McLaughlin
Lane Sikes Merten
Jennifer Miller


Laura Mowrer
Laura O'Neill
Melissa Parsons
Marjorie Newell Radow Paula Olthuis Schweinhart Krista Malraquist Whipple
'Betty Miller Wick
OMEGA OMICRON
Lambuth University
SPONSOR
Betsy Clayton Heaberg Melissa Miller Parks Rheaetta Farrar Wilson
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Mildred Harris
Ann Myers Lowery Mary Taylor McClellan Anita High Myers
FRIEND
Ashley Cooper Allison Elliott Cregger Anne Hayes Lulloff Elesha Johnson Reid Suzanne Hansbrough
Schaeffer
Margaret Shelton Jan Forsythe Teer Abby Thomas Rebecca Smith Truett
OMEGA UPSILON
Ohio University
FRIEND
Kristen Agner
Carly Bella
Karri Boyle
Beth Burroughs Kristyn Catino
Jill Coen
Barbara Nicol Coleman Kristen Ford
Robyn Hawley Jennifer Hutchinson Kerry Jaeckin
Kelly Knott
Stacy Knox
Misty Kochemba Beth Marshall Sarah Mathay
Tori Nymeyer
Cara Pasley
Julie Arnheim Price Amy Puchowicz Jennifer Resnik LisaRitterhoff Leigh Robusto
Amy Spolrich Michelle Tomcufcik Amy Underhill Deanna Vondrasek Robin Wood
Mary Ellen Yates
OMICRON
University oj Tennessee Knoxville
RUBY CLUB
Anne Witt Allison
PEARL CLUB
Emily Mahan Faust
ROSE CLUB
Janet Williams Crawley
Joan Moore Hancock
WHEAT CLUB
Virginia Hasson Bruner Jan Carpenter
Trish Cosby
Linda Hendrixson Fuson AnnAlleyKington
Joy Warren Matthews Missy Walsh Pittman Becky Watts Ragsdale Ruby Lawson Robertson
SPONSOR
Chris Abbay
Virginia jones Arnold
Mary Clark Blakeman Aubrey Tucker Cantrell BettyChambers Christenberry Rebecca McCampbell Fenn Connie Johnson Gwinn Phyllis Wright Hill
Jewell Holtsinger Hodge Mary Tatum Johnson KayCarpenter Jowers
Laura Nichols Lipscomb Donna Miles McCollum Leslee Donnell Renner Nancy Stivers Rowland Sherry Fisher Tarwater
Lois Randall Taylor
Rachel Watts Trentham Carol Ann Leslie Wilson Lee Ann Archer Wyatt
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Julie Martin Altenbach Elizabeth Walker Bailey Lina Matthews Bowyer Helen Sehorn Bryan Mary Curry Burnett Nancy Crosslin Davis Shannon Fite
Emily Granger Hinman Margaret Whalen Hyde Helen Smythe Lovell
Sue Workman McDearman Wendy Matthews Methvin Constance Bufkin Rizner Frances Gunn Robison Temple Crain Stevenson Margaret Waller
FRIEND
Kelli Barksdale
Annie Wade Bearden
Mary Christrup
Allison Clift
Sandra Duncan
Alison Shumate Fowler Annabell Ailor Harr
Barbara Wilson Higgs
Lee Johnson
Dana Dow Kastory
Margaret Mcllwaine Peacock Shannon Lashlee Randolph Sara Summar Sanders
Mary Shearin
Angie Thorpe Smith
Latrica Gibbs Stallings Eleanor Ayers Teasley
Jane Pate Vondy
OMICRON PI
University of Michigan
PEARL CLUB
Jeanne Lindsey Butler
ROSE CLUB
Herminia Perez Bierema
Babs Carle Collins
WHEAT CLUB
Nancy Jach Aupperle Sarah Burroughs
Doris Eash Harrison Mildred Christa Hutcherson Carol Sue Ivory-Carline Sally Eckwall Jarvis
Mary Kokales Tower
MarionStepanauskasYuhn
SPONSOR
Margaret Schalk Barnett Theodora Maytag Blumberg Carolyn Cummiskey
Carol McMacken Hennecke Virginia Kern Heymoss Carol Schmoekel Loessel Nancy Kuchta Mack
Pamela Smith Mooradian PatriciaNicholas
Barbara Miller Price Fern Wunluck Spooner Marjorie Letzgus Sutton Patricia Swanson
Lora Wheeler Wever
Mary Gordon Widrig Patricia Kowalchuk Wilson
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Dorothy Judson Burke
Carol Callanan-Uhl
Susan Dickson
Corinne Schild Eberhardt Constance Skaff Ellis
Diana Sims Gayer
Christine Kaczmareck Graham
Yvonne Johnson
Cindy Zehner Kendall Norma Rowe Kiesel
Judith Blackburn Phillips Katherine McConkey Quale Beverly Vuono Stouky Virginia Weadock
Janet Harris Yaman
FRIEND
Judy Lindow Adams Mary Sing Austin Roberta Sommet Chappell Carolyn Preish Fox Francie Grove Goll Muriel Keltner King MarciaMoorheadSchlee Cynthia Gehrls Skiver Ellen Brown Soden Judith Caille Stone
Carol Tuer Touzalin
Margaret McManus Lanoue Anne Smith
Marie Isern Waggoner
SPONSOR
Anne Stucker Buzbee Helen Mather Gibson Sue Henneberger Glad Priscilla Schartz Kannarr Veda Russell Lewis Stacy Van Pelt Pickering Kate Bickel Swingle
S U S T A I N I N G M E M B E R
Shari Feist Albrecht Patricia Young Barrett Nancy Rehfeld Clinton JosephineBraucher Fugate Mary Gilles Johnson
Peggy Matthews
Elyse Gundersen McBride Teresa Mitchiner
OM/r
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OMEGA XI
Morehead State
SPONSOR
Anne Adams
SUSTAINING MEMBER
University
Eta Sigma Tau Upsilon
Twyla Froman Brammell Susan King
Pamela Blevens Powers
FRIEND
Deborah Parsons Castle Marjorie Buehren Coyle Betsy Payne Watson
Psi Rho Sigma Theta Upsilon
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Alpha Delta Alpha Gamma Alpha Lambda Alpha Phi Alpha Theta Beta Lambda Beta Tau
Epsilon Omega Gamm Omicron Gamma Alpha Gamma Chi Gamma Delta Gamma Sigma Iota
Iota Sigma Kappa Alpha Kappa Gamma Kappa Kappa Kappa Lambda KappaOmega Kappa Rho Kappa Sigma
Phi Beta
Phi Chi
Phi Sigma Phi Upsilon Pi Alpha Rho Delta Rho Omicron Sigma
Sigma Alpha Sigma Phi Sigma Tau Tau
Tau Delta
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Tau Omicron Theta Beta Theta Ch
Theta Omega Theta Pi
Theta Psi Upsilon Lambda Zeta
Zeta Kappa
Zeta Pi Zeta Psi
Chi
Chi Alpha
Chi Delta
Chi Lambda Chi Psi ChiTheta Delta
Delta
Delta
Delta
Delta
Delta
Delta
Delta
Delta
Delta
Delta
Epsilon Epsilon Alpha Epsilon Chi
Beta Delta Epsilon Omega Pi
Lambda
Lambda
Lambda
Lambda
Lambda
Lambda
Nu Beta
Nu Iota
Nu Lambda
Nu Omicron Omega Omicron Omicron
Grants ofover $52,000 were madefor arthritis research, plus education and related activities in support ofchildren livingwitharthritis.Yourgenerositymadethispossible.
PHI
University of Kansas
PEARL CLUB
Mary McCammon Williams
ROSE CLUB
Judy Lind Alkire
Ann Schmidt Lampe Beverly Emerson Locke
WHEAT CLUB
Ellen Hanes
Judith Mohri Hansan Deborah Headley
Kay Kenyon Shiner
Eisha Tierney
FRIEND
Ann Sutter Anthan Oieta Markham Beck Peggy Konen Cloud Kristin George Melania Harris Gloria Haut
DeAnna Hensley Harriet Hickman
Carol Huston Schneider
PHI BETA
East Stroudsburg University
ROSE CLUB
KimCarson McGowan
WHEAT CLUB
Shawn Mengel
Patricia Palmer Rutt
SPONSOR
Ann Sincavage McGlinchey Suzanne Yankiv Raphaels Lisa Springer Sneddon Joanne Johnson Yuro
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Jaynellen Behre KimMazenko Kenney Marjorie Gage LaBella Judith Morrin Lee
Debra Xander O'Donnell Thea Steidinger Scioscia Michele Droney Turner
FRIEND
Barbara Check
Lisa Blake Gowman Michelle Mark Irwin Beth Ann Javornik Maria Johns
Cynthia Ruhf Ondria
PHI CHI
University of Chicago
SPONSOR
Pamela Webb Mearsheimer
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Carolina Marquez Janelle Stevenson Christina Tavares
FRIEND
Jennifer Adams Aletheia Anderson Andrea Barylak Faith Bugel
Naomi Cohen
Linda Vandaele DeCherrie Kerry Dutkus
Meredith Finkelstein Olga Gomer
Christine Graves
Joelle Gruber
Kendra Jobe
Irene Kim
Heather Lowe
Kelly Parting Lynch
COLLEGIATE CHAPTER DONORS FOR 1998-99
Beta Chi
Cherie Wray Smith Lynne Tholen
Norma Deem Wilmuth
PHI ALPHA
East Tennessee State University
WHEAT CLUB
Jean Seal
SPONSOR
Barbara Carmody Daniel
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Janet Kerley East
FRIEND
Anna Austin Stroud


1998-99 DONORS
Sarah Mayne
Liz Orsted
Ann Marie Levy Peters Mehvish Mirza Rahman Sakina Shikari
Selena Shilad
Ayse Tekiner
Alyssa Thyren
[ill Uylaki
jessie Wang-Grimm
PHI DELTA
University of Wisconsin Milwaukee
PI CIRCLE
Barbara Daugs Hunt
ROSE CLUB
Mary Hall
S P O N S O R
Lindy Moil Legener
Gretchen Beling Zollendeck
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Mary Ann Hunt Halvorson
FRIEND
Janet Rudolf Miner Judy Host Pykare
Irene Schneider-Steinborn
PHI KAPPA
Morris Harvey College
RUBY CLUB
Mary Batman Converse
ROSE CLUB
Margaret Guinan Unavage
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Mary Hague Girod
FRIEND
Diane Clements
PHI LAMBDA
Youngstown State University
ROSE CLUB
Patricia McAtee McNicholas
WHEAT CLUB
Virginia Krupa Shaw
SPONSOR
Rosemary Donahue Moore
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Zylpha Best
Karen Snyder Galehan
FRIEND
Kara Snyder-Beauchamp
PHI OMICRON
Hanover College
ROSE CLUB
Karen Parson
Virginia Hayworth Wilcox
WHEAT CLUB
Barbara Kryter Ackerman
Shirley Selz
SPONSOR
Barbara Eskew Cannon Sara Brown Reidel Barbara Stadtmiller
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Lucinda Keller Balmos
Martha Lutz Harris
FRIEND
Deborah Wisner Bunger Beverly De Lon
Susan Yoder McClew
PHI SIGMA
University of Nebraska Kearney
WHEAT CLUB
Linda Wessels Troester
SPONSOR
Mary Newlon Harms
FRIEND
Jean Kaer Barry
Jodi Boughtin
Emily Classen
Linda Westman Collins Kathy Paptocki Dimmitt Vicki Fintel
Melissa Harmoney Monica Harmoney Debra Dales Jacobs Ronelle Kubicek Monae Quincy Molly Schroeder Stephanie Zeleski
PHI UPSILON
Purdue University
PEARL CLUB
TriciaHigh Conover
ROSE CLUB
Louanne Watson Condreay Susan Danko
Jodi Epstein Harger Patricia Noble Kunkle Renee Pugh Smith
WHEAT CLUB
Jane Geiger Niemeier
Judith Saxton
SPONSOR
Nancy Perko Bussing Charlene Thoman Campbell Libby Peterson Eisele Dianne Boggess Fullam Karen Ashman Geiger Angie Hirsch Holman Heidi Hoyles
Rosalyn Franta Kulik Roxanne Benskin Lambert Sandra Wagner Mitton Kathleen Smead Piper Leslie Welch Pohli
Louise Ristow
Lisa Hetshman Schwartz Lisa Vestal Sheets
Judi Von Dielingen Tucker JillWilliamson
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Peggy Berchekas Clark Laura Kummerer Clegg Andrea Mitchell Moore Lorrie McMinn Packard Stephanie Hockema Rasich
FRIEND
Theresa Vote Ethington Christine Beslich Gary Amanda Grose
Michelle Nikodem Hogan Leslie Kesmodel KellyBartee LaPan Emily Marek
Sarah Mitchell
Carolyn Parks Pearcy
Tonya Johnson Peet
Jennifer Spencer Pitchet MaryWestendorf Richardson Kristi Rose
Becky Snow
Sarah Thompson
Andrea Treml
Misty Wade
Linda Cultice Webb
PI
Tulane University
ROSE CLUB
Gayle Marschall Cosgrove Sky Ruhlman Louapre
SPONSOR
Cathlene Campbell Azrak Priscilla Mims
Jan Gore Mounger Amber Williams
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Joyce Hatfield Coleman Cheryl Palermo Gullo Joan King Hicks Frances Hightower Hill Violet Hardtner Howell Connie Keeling Marks Helen Schneidau
FRIEND
Beth DeVeer
Fergie Gonzalez
Catherine Hodges Hamilton Sheila Kessner
Amy Smith Marzullo
PI ALPHA
University of
WHEAT CLUB
ALUMNAE CHAPTER DONORS FOR 1998-99
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Tara Spencer Singer
SPONSOR
Kathleen Bethge Sims
FRIEND
Windi Burdette
Sandi Chadwick
Sylvia Byrd Corts
Julia Sellins Ernspiker Debbie Shaikun Hyman KimWade Loechle Karma Robertson Dorothy Sacksteder Kimberly Nichols Segal Kathy Shambo
Linda Madden Stroud
PI DELTA
University of Maryland
PEARL CLUB
Joanne Ross Wilder
ROSE CLUB
Theresa Herring Hongell
WHEAT CLUB
Pamela Bresnahan
Kathy Myers Larson
Jane Mooney McCarl IreneFredrickson Schumacher
SPONSOR
Betty Tovell Belt
Rosalie Goodhart Dietz Sarah Bissell Ervin
Ellen Bradford Gladding Beverly Huddleston Green Maryanne Pitcher Hobbs Ann Speake Keller Kristine Coughlan Lisi Helen McFerran
Helen Wollman Sheats Michael Ann Wells Audrey Bosley Wright
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Kerry Rutemiller Ates Gethine Williams Brown Marguerite Wilson Cosgrove Robin Epstein Elkinson Dolly Bryant Hammett Cynthia Jones Kolencik Alexandra Cosgrove Mathers Betty Law McWilliams Shannon Keehn Merkle Deborah Smith Noonan Nancy Rydell Richardson Kitty Pollard Smith
Diane Wells
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University of Texas Austin
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Jo Beth Walling Heflin
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Ginger Banks
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Martha Griffith Houston
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Dana Adams Clark Veronica Morel Giesecke Barbara Bealor Hines Ruth Neel Miller
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Jennifer Jones
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Marie Howard Brown Eleanor Beshgetoor DiLuigi Eleanor Holland
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Northwestern
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University
THANK YOU, CLASS OF1999
Senior Challenge '99 was a n outstanding success! The Foundation sincerely thanks the individual contributing seniors for their support! Senior Challenge '99 received contributions from597seniors andraised $6325. Seniors from 59 chapters contributed with the following 23 chapters receiving 100%participation.
Alpha Chi - Western Kentucky University Beta Lambda -Illinois Wesleyan University Delta - Tafis University
Delta Delta -Auburn University
Delta Omega -Murray State University Delta Theta - Texas Woman's University Epsilon Alpha -Penn State University Gamma Alpha - George Mason University Gamma Delta - University of South Alabama Gamma Omicron - University ofFlorida Kappa Alpha - Indiana State University Kappa Kappa -BallState University
Kappa Omega - University ofKentucky Nu Beta - University of Mississippi Omega Upsilon - Ohio University
Phi Chi - University of Chicago
Sigma Delta -Huntington College
Sigma Omicron - Arkansas State University Sigma Tau - Washington College
Tau Omicron - University ofTN - Martin Theta Chi -Morningside College
Zeta - University ofNebraska-Lincoln
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SIGMA
University of California Berkeley
PEARL CLUB
Mary Fulton Cuthbertson
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Janice Melton Adams Dorothy Jackson Baxter Sandra Zanzot Bemiss Marguerite Gist Butler Margaret Wagner Kellogg Lisa Nelson
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Janet Stockand Anderson Phyllis Foulkes Anderson Dian Oldemeyer Barth Marie Godt Benedict Delight Frederick Bennett Karla DiGrazia
Linda Taylor Drew Elizabeth Beedy Duncan Elizabeth Hesser Glenn Cheryl Hanson
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Diane Sandoval
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Joy Martin Ashley Antonia Barnhart
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Martha Quayle Boydstun TeresaChan
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MaryDay
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Lisa Lacy White
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Meredith Arant Cindy Barnes Kristie Brewer Pam Huntsberry Elisa Lowry Courtney Mayberry Amy McCafferty Donna McCall Heather Merritt Dima Pacha
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Phyllis Arner Westerman
RUBY CLUB
Margaret Dorr Schutt
PEARL CLUB
'Marguerite Ford Drees Maxine GriffithPusinelli
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Barbara Cryer Bowermaster Nancy Anderson Clark Lesley Dunn Ewald
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Mona Broad Andreu Jeanne Fox Brennan
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Gayle Riepe Burnette Eloise Moffett Harper Louise Rath Miget
Renee DeSmet Mogni Jean Hendrick Novotny Merry Kay Johnson Opitz Bette Eikenhout Pettinga
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Valerie Christman Burghard Nancy Sutton Elson
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DonnaBallouBenson
Belle Chenault
Joanne Kirchoff Griffith Dorothy Bartholomew Gustafson Shirley Jones Weismantel
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Virginia Commonwealth University
Cherilyn Crowe Anne Day
Cindy Firth
Melanie Fulda Priscilla Kennedy LibbyLovett
Leigh Ann Marchino KarenMarshall Amy McFadden Jessica Rotch
Karen Shoun
Lindsay Thompson Christy Vaughn Tidmore KatieTomlinson
Natalie Ware
RHO OMICRON
Middle Tennessee State University
WHEAT CLUB
Pat Helland
Donna Nellums Kumar Beth Charlton Lindsey
SPONSOR
PatLarson
Kristie PrichardRyan Karen Seezen
Marcia Granade Wehrle
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Susan Coleman Griffey Anne Marie Toy
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MaryAnn Huneycutt Bacurin Jill Brue
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West Virginia University
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Michelle Zarish
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Nicky LaRosa Bogart Pamela Jo Christensen Lori Engott-Spaulding Heidi Forrest Mayer Suzanne Sundick
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Terri Rounion Davies Lisa Kelley
Heather Lemasters Margaret Raby Salena Sandford Kelly Stoll
Christine Szemes
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Hartwick College
WHEAT CLUB
Nancy Leib Reeves
Sigrid Westcott Stewart
SPONSOR
Christine Okula Franke Eleanor Brown Hickein Doris Eitzen Howard Leslie Maxson Lafferandre Deborah Miller Pollard Ann Timmons
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Marjorie Turrell Julian Diane Smith Kitson Jeanne Rockwell Martin Margo McMahon Michelle EliukParker Peggy Bergen Pavelka Marilyn Kamb Sagan
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Donna Ayers Blake Karin Fornander Dana Halstead Darlene Hinkley Kirk Cara Miller
Dale Memo Sheehy SIGMADELTA
Huntingdon College
ROSE CLUB
Kay Gomillion Jones
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MEMBER
Tanna Seever Zoe Williams Amy Worsham HollyWright
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Portland State
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Beverly Burnley-Akhavan
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University
Samford
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LaurieAllen Morgan Amick Tamara Baker Allison Collier Kathryn Connor
Kathie Spencer Calandra
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Sandra Westerberg Brooks
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Pat Bojinoff
Twenty-one sisters were awarded a total of $20,250 in DiamondJubileeScholarships. LoyalForever!


1998-99 DONORS
SIGMA IOTA
Western Illinois
WHEAT CLUB
University
Contributions received after June JO, 1999 will be recognized in nextyear's donor list. Every gift does make a difference. The Foundation asksfor your continued support, which is vital
for ourpresentandfuturesuccess.Thankyou for your support of Alpha Omicron Pi!
Vera Carlson Elmburg Barbara Quick Hancock Marilyn Dixon Haugen Lorine Moen Holschuh Laurie Kinney
Suzanne Zuehlke Larsen SheilaOlson
Joan Commer Stanisha Carol Oberbillig Stephens Lorraine Danley Whitney Jane Mason Wright
S U S T A I N I N G M E M B E R
Karen Rotegard Bruce Charlene Wente Dannheim Janice Robinson Greig Mary Dayhuff Hall Barbara Butman McCall Ludmilla Chalupa Milnar Angela Papaioannou Bessie Dornberg Pettit Carol MatsonTrunk
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Kim Alexander
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Sheryl Wallace SherryHendricks Wanamaker Mary Putnam West
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Kelly Akin
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Jody Brown
Rebecca Call JenniferCapers
Brandy Carter
Cindy Cates
Whitney Cates
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Jennifer Diviney
Julie Exum
Jessica Gay
Jill Hawks
Rachael Holland Stephanie Hunt
Tewy Jernigan
Carol GlasgowKirkland Jennifer Koegler Christina Lech Leonard Kelly Lockert
Julie Lowery
Jennifer Moore Marshall Megan Mills
Hope Parish
Mary Perry
Kim Renfroe
Susan Ringley Stephanie Rister Deanna Ursery
Susanne Watson
]ean Severson Twyning
Chris Mosher Wilson
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Lynn Koenig Martin
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Janice Anderson Barzantny Julie Sellers Claeyssens Georgia Peterson DeClark Cathy Smith Hunt
Debby Cecil Jacobs
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Pamela Allen
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Karen Morgan Bucklee
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Heather Cranmer Kari Durham Nikki Gallagher KimHardesty
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of Wisconsin
Donna Butterfield
Karen Dwyer Caesar
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Anne Clark
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Lisa Jo Caulum Jahnke
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Beth Metzger Conrad
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Deb Allen Wirth
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Karen Allen Anthony Nikole Davis
Suellen Marlowe Jennifer Masse
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Arkansas
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State
University
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Brenda Gordon Ferralasco Dorothy Kinman
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Frances Burris
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Judy Rogers
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Carolyn Hudgins
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Jennifer Allgood
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Marlene Gamec Brown Katie Burns
Amy O'Banion Clardy Christy Coker
Stephanie Curton
Courtny Davis
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Grovernel GorhamGrisham Janet Konig
Marilyn Kirkpatrick Lyden Becca McGraw
Beth Medlin
Karen Petrus MonicaIsaacPettus Meredith Poe
Cindy Ralston
Brooke Runyan
Jennifer Shaw
Sara Starkey
Mary Lancaster Walton
The Foundationfunded $27,125for the new Academic Achievement Program. Thankyoufor your generosity.
THETA
DePauw
RUBY CLUB
University
SIGMA PHI
California State Northridge
ROSE CLUB
University
Kristin Miller Svidro
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Joan Piper Shepherd
S U S T A I N I N G M E M B E R
Trista Angelisanti
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Janene Alcott
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Washington College
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Elizabeth Thibodeau
WHEAT CLUB
Carolyn Brant Lense ElizabethSchmidtMcGinniss Hilda Ott Micari
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Chrissy DeNayer
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Barbara Stark Clark Pat Rosvall Hugon Susan Rubin
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Carin Sieff Adler Shannon Beyer
Carol Bates Brown
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Donna Koziol Curtis Amy Schloss Foster Deborah Barrett Freeman Carly Petersen
Sherilyn CunninghamSchwartz Naomi Segal
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Jennifer Wright
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Kelly Abbott
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Lisa Gomez Berger Mariela Cisneros
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Kari Kjontvedt AnnReynosa Maldonado Katie Miller
Jamie Pearlman SarahPeck
Ellen Mercer Press
Alisa Shniderman
Lisa Montes Vandergriff Gina Vermillion
Shippensburg
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University
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Slippery Rock
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University
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University of Minnesota
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Margaet Damon Goodlund 'Inez Kolar Petrok
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Colleen Summy Frojen Beverly Hayer Harris Lois Henning Kroeger
"Jessie McAdam Lamed Nancy-Dell Lund Marie Bremer Reim Annette Scroggins
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Carol Formo Ackles Bonnie Somers Berger Margaret Wilson Bjorndahl Helen Turnstrand Erickson Dorothy Kuechenmeister
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Glenda Moseman Jungquist Sally Lohmann Laue Patricia Johnson Lill Sandra Rodgers Markel Shirley St Clair McDonald Alice Pass McHugh JulieLandwehrPascente Kathy O'Shaughnessy
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Jean Behrends Rotegard Margaret Jerome Sampson Eddice Dochterman Sullivan Bev Ness Thorson
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Donna Baty PatriciaBelois
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TAU DELTA
Birmingham Southern College
PI CIRCLE
Elise Moss
ROSE CLUB
Lis Lester Donaldson Sue Edmunds Lewis Dian Poole Volkmer
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Annie Frances Davis
Janice West Ingram
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Page Dunlap
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Melanie Berry
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Jaydie Gamble Fay Virginia Johnston Francis Shawn Freeman JaneRueschenberg Hake Faye Hendrix Thames Leigh Jeffrey Walter
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Laura Cammack
Missie Doggett
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Nancy Post Guthrie JuliaThiemongeHarris Noelle Milby VictoriaVanValkenburghNorris Heather Phillips
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Transylvania University
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Kelly Botkin Amy Cates Elizabeth Homan Kelly Hoskins Cindy Ice
Deana ison
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Sarah Puckett
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Nancy Riley
Cara Sloan
Cassondra Smith
Melissa Keach Underwood Amber Fogel Winthrow
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University of Tennessee Martin
ROSE CLUB
Lori Kessler
WHEAT CLUB
Barbara Whitaker Brake
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Catherine Fontana Bascom
GlendaHouseholder Eastridge
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ElizabethTannerAtkins Julie King Norville Catherine Strickland Vest
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Sarah Dorman Bailey Ann McClanahan Gilchrist Kay Hansen Sutherlin
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Diane Anderson
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'Jean Lave Hawley Deanne Schild Kimbel Barbara Cash LaVelle Lois Smart Lehner Elizabeth Buckingham
Livingston
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Jenkins
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Betty Bartuska Adamson Florence Beatty
Marianna Hahl Beers Luella Boonstra Boaz JeanKrueckBolyard Sherry Keaton Brennan Beverly Baird Bugher Kathryn Schwarz Colten Karen Krukowski Hickman Joan Beckman Hoch
Mary Walker Hughbanks Kristin Johnson
Jane Clements King Janet CrowderKing Christine Hill Koukola Marion Wrege May
Fae Houston Messersmith Joyce Mendenhall Moore


Marcia Jensen Nelson Helen Beaubien Porter Catherine Roe Raisor Shirley Shazer
Nancy Williams Stevens Betty Baxter Sullivan Marilyn Earle Thrall Marietta May Willman Helen Wenrich Wood
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"Honoring Our Past... Securing Our Future "
Poised at the gateway to the 21st century, the Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation has launched the "Millennium Endowment Pledge" program, a three-year fundraising campaign to secure our fraternity's ideals, rituals and traditions beyond the year 2000. The goal of this program is to increase the Foundation'sendowmentfundby$750,000inunrestrictedgifts.
Endowment dollars make sense. Endowment gifts andpledges provide long-term security since the principal of the endowment fund remains intact and only the interest is used for scholarships, training and other educational programs that advance the mission of intellectual, ethical and leadershipdevelopmentofAOn women.
Please consider leaving a legacy for the new millennium and your future sisters with a three-year pledge to this campaign. For further information, please call the Foundation office at 615-370-0920.
Gifts a n d pledges t o date have been received from these donors:
Joyce Vietzke Allen Joan Callahan Bigge Mary O'Rear Binkley
Jean Bosenbury Gross Barbara Banks Gurney Joan Hennegar Hill Bobbie Diehl Hinderland Lila Dayhoff Kalm JoanMathes McGovern Mary KnappMurch Sara Peters
Shirley Morris Ramsey Imogene Garrett Thomas Laura Thurmond
Katie Wahl
THETA ETA
University of Cincinnati
ROSE CLUB
Lou Anne Moon Bunnel
Mary Light Meyer
WHEAT CLUB
Maxine Cooper McDowell
Mary Jane Bailey Walewyk
SPONSOR
Audrey Jenkins Kemper
Patricia Prashaw Lockhart 'Hope Johnson Tiemeyer
SPONSOR
Teri Thomas Anderson Jennifer Macey Burchard Pat Phillips Piper
Tracey Ragel Pritulsky
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Lillian Palmer Baker Jessica Barlow Daniels Stephanie Drees
Laura Roberts Keefe Jan Ohms Kimmell Nancy Wagoner Parker Nancy Ruminski
Laurel Ritchey Stokes
Kathleen MaffeoTillman
FRIEND
Lindy Harrison
Debra Evans Heathington Mandi Leissoo
Erica Martin
Patricia Morison-Holmes Kelly Kadel Reese
THETA PI
Wagner College
WHEAT CLUB
Beverly Fraser Dalzell Joan Errgong-Weider Joanne Niebanck
SPONSOR
Barbara Noack Brubaker Lori Mayercik Burrows Claire Eilenberger Kispert Kathy Perricone Kleinlein Victoria Sabbagh Menna Karen Olsen Peterson
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Gale Tollefsen Bellafiore Nan Berle Dowling
Nancy Hupprich Francis Patricia Hill Graeff Carolyn Haas Henry Singhild Larson
Carolyn McCabe Miller Maria D'Agostino Rotberg Janice O'Connor Rubano Bridget Pfeiffer Scanlon Kay Kettering Welch
FRIEND
Heather Baltos
Barbara Belles! LindaCarrelli
Kimberly Hilton Cocozello Kristyl Cuenca
Amy D'Alto
Andrea DiGregorio Christina Gambardella Jennifer Horan
Stephanie Jiannetto LizaKuchar
Beth Loveridge
Trina Sheldon Moumblow Joan Ritzheimer Munzing Diane Seaholm Reynolds Christine Fiorito Schneider
THETA PSI
University of Toledo
ROSE CLUB
Lois Zeigler Billig Wilma Diegelman Lupe
WHEAT CLUB
Helen Schidler Benschoter Beverly Hatcher
Thelma Coen Waigand
SPONSOR
Sharon KaczalaFickel Maryhelen Meyers Cindy Skaff
Ginny Blanchard Smith
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Pauline County Adams Ruth Wentisch Beglin Amy Fadel Bryan
Kelly Lang-Ramirez Bonnie Kriener Mathies Diane Beckman Radbaugh Christina Conklin Rode Karen Rudnicki Steele Kathy Fitts Well
FRIEND
Helen Dennett Baker JoSutton Busick
Michelle Garcia
Nancie Penske Koch Patricia MacDonald LeRoy Jill Dyer Neff
Janet Sutton Orlowski Amy Ribley
Kim Schaaf
Melissa Terzis
Jeanne Vargo
UPSILON
University of Washington
PEARL CLUB
Marilyn Rose Herman
ROSE CLUB
Marianne Davies Carton Audrey Hoenshell Hopkins Alverna Ocker Swan
Reba Shannon Traber
WHEAT CLUB
Mama Ellsperman Burkhalter Patricia Guettel Clifford Virginia Callison Dolan Ruth Hellenthal Gaughan Carmen Baker Gibbons Marcia Jacobson Holland Ruth Matson Matchette Ann Schultz Pare'
Susanne Mygatt Wakefield Harriet Rowen Wolverton SusanBayleyYoung
SPONSOR
Janice McCully Allen Kathy Oliver Busch Suzanne Pore! Jones Joy Tollman Lashley Marjorie Palmer Passler Betty Benedict Taylor Kristen Wahlberg Gwen Wilburn Worrick Janet Pond Wright
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Ruth Nunan Bartells
Paula Berkman Blankenship Patricia Kelsey Burg Sherri Schlegel Day-Stein Marolyn Morgan Hilbert Alyson Turner ZarinaChishti-MillerWestfail Leslie Keast Wurzberger
FRIEND
Dawn Anderson
Judy Ann Rumble Bergvall Leslie RaidBlair
Marilee Bostic
Barbara Hubert Couch Theresa DiRamio
Nancy Russell Focht Colleen Emery Gants Robin Johnson
Phyllis Ocker
Anne Von Harten Pallinger Shirley Karvonen Sansburn Roberta Exley Swenson
UPSILON ALPHA
University of Arizona
ROSE CLUB
Lisa Tewksbury Hauser
Janis Tremble Nelson
SPONSOR
Jane McCormickCrump Chris Flores
Marianne Hicks Kifer Karin Carlson Roby
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Lynne Wood Dusenberry Cyndie Graves
Elizabeth Spencer Walters
FRIEND
Mariln Corkhill Bloomberg Lynne Deniz Chrisenberry Louise ChadwickClay Dianne MacPhee Cooper Jennifer Dalessandro Freddie Kalil Schutten Mary Ann Kraynick Wade Jo Langfitt Wilson
UPSILON EPSILON
St Louis University
F R I E N D
Joyce Holley Jodi Kauling Lea Smith
UPSILON LAMBDA
University of Texas San Antonio
WHEAT CLUB
Leigh Perry
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Beth Herford Shadron
FRIEND
Cristina Reyna
Denise Sanchez
Diane McDonough Schmidt Cyndy Sutton
Jennifer Stewart Wilson
ZETA
University Lincoln
PI CIRCLE
Harriett KnappYinger MILLENNIUM ENDOWMENT PLEDGE
Ginger Banks
Julie Brining
Mary Bryant Lorraine Chanatry-
Howell Linda Collier Caroline Craig Peg Crawford Susan Danko Melanie Doyle Joanne Earls
Jennifer Hayes Daniels Kathryn Jahnei Doran Margery GrahamFreshley Jean Taylor Furrow
Mary Lou Sears Haake Mary McCallum Henrichs Janet Taverner Juckett Helen Pigott Laker
Betty Pollard Lytle
Nancy Cain Matheny DoraMayHildebrandMeredith Mindy Montgomery Patton Elizabeth Horn Schumacher Michelle Silkowski
Carrie Whittier
Joan Fetzer Wilks-Ahlstrand
FRIEND
Tara Hanley Bratton Mary Jane Chesterson Virginia Colten-Bradley Jane Schlosser Cox Jane Dinkins Dickinson
'Martha Downie
Lois Aydelott Eskilson Elizabeth MartinGarrison
Nancy Gilbert
Phyllis Gilson
Marilyn Herman Audrey Hopkins Patricia Howard-Peebles Barbara Hunt
Kathryn Jensen Carole Jones Sky Louapre Kim McGowan Susan Mattern
THETA BETA
Towson University
S U S T A I N I N G M E M B E R
Ginger Mylander Swift
F R I E N D
Carrie Delaney Michelle Namvary Nicole Riley Colleen Ryan
THETA CHI
Frankie Roberts Jean Sells
Renee Smith Bobby Stanton Carol Stevenson Cynthia Visot Dian Volkmer Sally Wagaman Becky Weinberg Dot Williams Mary Williams
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Nancy Gaines Bernard Adelaide KroneLloyd MiriamHatton Lukens Ruth Buehler Maxson Shirley Smedley McCracken Rae Rogers
Lib Francis Stillwell Virginia Bruce Wuenschel
THETA OMEGA
Northern Arizona University
PEARL CLUB
Kathy Jensen
ROSE CLUB
Nanette Brubaker Tewksbury
WHEAT CLUB
Shelle Roller Holland Debra Ladehoff-Guiles
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SPONSOR
College
Denise Hartstack Barber
FRIEND
Sonya Allen
Tracy Brown
Heidi Pfeil Dougherty Mindy Hass
Julie Johnson Mills Carrie Poser
Tiffany Schilling Penny Skauge
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PEARL CLUB
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ROSE CLUB
Pauline Moore Carman Elizabeth Evans Hummel Lucile Hendricks Spencer
WHEAT CLUB
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1998-99 DONORS
Bonnie Kinkade Boyd Christina Carlson Dodds Phyllis Davidson Dunlap Bette Wefso Hagel
Jane Hart
Diana Rasmussen Meiches Norma Burr Warren
SPONSOR
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SUSTAINING MEMBER
Sandta Buell Albertson Nancy Taylor Bunney
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Danya Boyer
Ann Broyhill
Corrie Cahow
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Jill Neddenriep
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Patricia Sanders
Lindsey Seevers
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Jennifer Vollmuth Christine Kiplinger Wade Allison Walters
Janice Wagner West Ashley Wittwer
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ZETA KAPPA
Southwest Texas State University ROSE CLUB
Rene Strong Fitzgerald
SUSTAINING MEMBER
KimChiles
FRIEND
Roxanne Godsey Nicks JenniferStangle
ZETA PSI
East Carolina University
ROSE CLUB
Debora Dellinger Harllee
WHEAT CLUB
Joanne Williamson Earls
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Robin Sprigg Ebert
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Cheryl Swanson Stephenson Christine Kar Thompson
FRIEND
Lindsay Arndt
Tanya Fowler
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Megan Simpson
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1998-99 FINANCIAL REPORT
- A O n Foundation i s a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization.
- Foundation's fiscal year is July 1,1998 - June 30,1999.
- Gifts to the Foundation are tax-deductible as allowed b y law. - Foundation's annual audit is performedb y
Puryear, Hamilton, Hausman & Wood, PLC.
- Investment assets are managed b y Lee, Banner & Bass, Inc.
• General Foundation account earned 17.0%
• Diamond Jubilee Scholarship account earned 3.8%
REVENUES'
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$2,000,000 $1,800,000 $1,600,000 $1,400,000 $1,200,000 $1,000,000
$800,000 $600,000 $400,000 $ 2 0 0 , 0 0 0
0
1,818,582
Net Sales &Other Income 1% EXPENSES*
FIVE YEAR
974,366
BALANCE
HISTORY
1995
1996 1997
1998 1999
Educational Grants 16%
'UNAUDITED
FIGURES
1,204,166
Administrative •- 24%
Arthritis Research Grants 119
Ruby Fund Grants
1.569.552 1,397,714
ZETA PI
University of Birmingham
Alabama
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Tami St Clair Puchta
FRIEND
Christy Hipshet Congo Holly Johnston
Mary Kim
Leah McCarty
Ashley Rogers
Individuals 43%"'
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Computer Lease 2%
Fund Raising 15%'
Other Program Services... 1
Scholarships 5%
Bequest 4%
Investment Income 17%
Chapters 18
Alumnae Chapters
5%
Unrealized Capital Gains 12%


Happiness is 'Positive
Cash flow' I saw this phrase printed on a sweatshirt in one of the many catalogues I receive in my mailbox! How appropriate lor all of us - regardless of age. We all want our income to exceed our outgo!
I am often puzzled at how hard we work - yet how little we know about our own overall financial picture. Take a moment to answer the follow- ing questions about your per- sonal financial status:
* Do you have adequate cash
* Is your income tax liability a surprise to you each year?
* Have you established a bud- get and are you sticking to it?
* How much income per month will you need (alter taxes) to maintain your lifestyle during your retirement years? Please note this: You will prob- ably live longer than you think!
Thus, retirement years can cost more than originally planned.
* Are you making maximum use of all retirement savings plans available to you?
* Do you have a regular sav- ings/investing program (in addition to retirement plans) to build your net worth?
* Do you carry credit card debt from one month to the next?
* Are you talcing maximum advantage of tax reduction opportunities available to you?
* Is your insurance coverage adequate? (life, disability, excess liability, medical, long- term health care)
* Do you know how to reduce your overall estate value sub- ject to tax and also your cur- rent income tax liability, while increasing current income paid to you, through charitable giv- ing vehicles?
IT'Snever TOOearly OR TOO late TObegin
b\ Man- F. Gtmvrse, Phi Kaf^a (Morris Harvey OiJh'p')
* I f you own a business, have you planned for a successor? Is there enough liquidity in your estate, so the business does not have to be sold to pay estate taxes?
* How will you finance your child's college education?
* Are you basically satisfied with your net worth and have no concerns or room for improvement?
Financial planning is an ongo- ing process throughout all phases of life. As we move from phase to phase, our financial needs change. At one time or another, most of us move through every one of the following stages.
Financial for Life!!
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student:
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As CLCOLLEGE student YOU
A R E inthe DRIVER'S seat- yOUT ENTIRE
FINANCIAL life IS AHEAD
Oy f y o u l
As a college student you are in the driver's seat - your entire financial life is ahead of you! There are many opportunities available to you and habits you can acquire now will help ensure your financial security.
It is important that you track your spending - if you don't know where your money goes, try monitoring it for a few months, using a simple soft- ware package such as Quicken. Get into the habit of reconcil- ing your monthly bank state- ment Even the most responsi- ble person occasionally bounces a check. Obtain over- draft protection from your bank, which is free until you use it. If you pay back the money quickly, the interest charged is often less than an overdraft fee.
Keep only one or two credit cards and limit your use of them. Pay them off in full each month! If you can do this throughout your lifetime, it means you are 'living within your means' - always a good idea! I f you cannot be sure you use a low interest rate
credit card. Also, look for a card with no annual lee and a grace period before interest charges are assessed. Credit cards are among the most expensive ways to borrow mnrmv'
Get into the savings habit NOW! If you are working, regardless of how large or small your income - begin to save 'something'. Just $10 a week for 10 years (assume 6% earnings) results in a savings of over $7,000, a nice downpay- ment for that new car! Don't ignore the Individual Retire- ment Account (IRA) because you are 'too young to think about retirement' - it you can begin to save only $2,000 annually at age 22 (assume 6% earnings) through one of the types of IRAs available to you, you would have over a quarter of a million dollars stashed away at age 60. The 6% earn- ings is conservative in this environment - the possibly exists for a much greater return on your savings!
Another habit that is good to form early on is that of chari- table giving. Gifts consistendy made throughout your life- time, regardless of amount, will gready benefit your col- lege or university and also yoursorority,throughgivingto the AOII Foundation. (See related sidebar on ways to make charitable gifts.)


Employed, SINGLE O R MARRIED, no children.
In this stage you should get self- ish! Begin a financial plan to accumulate assets - despite pres- sure to spend on other things.
Try not to finance the purchase of an asset that depreciates in value over a long period of time - you could find yourself at a point where the balance owed is more than the fair market value of the asset
One of my financial rules for life is - PAY YOURSELF FIRST - thus, I strongly recommend that you maximize all retire- ment plans available to you, including IRAs. If your compa- ny has stock options, obtain all information and get involved in the plan! Seek professional advice, if needed.
Buy your first home with a look to your future needs for space. Since you're young and just starting an investment pro- gram, you may be ready to take more risks than you would at a later stage.
During these years, careful budgeting is essential! Monthly expenses will be in 2 cate- gories: fixed and variable. Fixed expenses may include: mort- gage, condo/homeowner's fee, auto loan or lease payment, insurance (life, disability, auto, health), retirement plan fund-
savings/ investing, cleaning/ housekeeper, commuting and parking. The monthly variables may include: food (home), meals and entertainment (out), utilities (including telephone and cable), unreimbursed med- ical/dental, home office expense (personal computer and related expenses) vehicle expense, clothing, vacations, gifts, home repairs and replace- ments, charitable giving, per- sonal care, personal allowances, hobbies, newspaper/subscrip- tions, club dues, lawn/garden, dry cleaning. Don't forget to include income taxes if you are self-employed or pay quarterly estimates!
In THIS stageYOU should
GET selfish!
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Employed, SINGLE O R MARRIED, withchildren.
At thisPOINT inYOUR life, new CONCERNS
arise!
At this point in your life, new concerns arise! You need prop- er estate documents with guardianship issues; increased income and related tax liabili- ties, increased need to spend, budgeting and tax planning become even more important concern for future college costs, to name a few.
With the addition of children to the family, one spouse may decide to stay at home and thus income is decreased. If not, there is a new budget line item lor child care. Also with the addition of children to the family, insurance protection should become more impor- tant now. so a review of all insurance policies is appropri- ate. Consider the protection your life insurance policy will
provide in the case of an untimely death of one spouse or the other. Will it satisfy your family's lifestyle, support and education needs? Are the ben- eficiaries correcdy listed? Who owns the policy? Given the details of your family situation and tax consequences, is the ownership proper? Has divorce, death, or disability changed the beneficiaries and related needs? Do you have permanent or term coverage? If permanent what is the cash value? Do you need to borrow against this cash value? If you do, this will reduce the death benefit - will this have adverse effects on your dependents and their needs?
Regarding medical insurance, look at your deductible (your responsibility). Is it a proper amount for you? Review type of deductibles (per person, per illness, per year) Look at ceil- ings on pobcy benefits -what are they and on what basis will they be applied?
With regard to disability insur- ance, how is disability defined? Will it pay if you can no longer perform any job or only a job for which you are currently qualified? If the definition is too strict, you may bear the financial burden of disability. If it's too broad, the cost of your insurance may be excessive. What is the waiting period before benefits pay? How will you meet your obligations prior to disability payments?
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Empty NfESTERS:
In this stage, your earning power may peak, investment strategy may change to being a little more conservative in building your net worth, first retirement may be followed by a second career, expenses will change drastically, in that major expenses may be behind you - but perhaps it's time for a luxu- ry auto? Thoughts of retire- ment and travel are on the horizon.
It is important to know the value of your estate and related tax liability. The topic of estate planning should be revisited and finely tuned. Powers of Attorney should definitely be in place, in the event of a death or disability. Don't move to that smaller home or condo yet if you have children and grand- children. The same space will be needed for family gatherings and holiday visits!
Youve
WORKED
hard toGET tothis POINT.
Ah you made it! You've worked hard to get to this point. Utopia is: First, your physical health is good. Secondly, your financial health is also good. Your investments have increased many times over; thus, you have a comfort- able income. This is necessary because now you have time for hobbies, such as golf and travel, which are expensive! You have family and friends to visit and new places to explore, perhaps worldwide. Since you've done proper financial planning throughout the years, you are living your dream!
specifics related to your particular giving plans.
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Ah.....you MADE it!
SomeWAYS toGIVEto your FAVORITE Charity
1. Cash
Always welcome in any amount
2. Specific Bequest
Written into your will or trust and reduces your taxable estate.
3. Life Insurance
Name a charity as beneficiary or consider making the charity the owner of a policy
4. Charitable Remainder Trust
Convert asserts into a lifetime income stream for you, while avoiding capital gains taxesandqualifyingforacurrentincome tax deduction. The charity receives the 'remainder' after death.
5. Gift Annuity
Transfer an asset to charity, receive a fixed, regular payment forfife and an income tax deduction, easy and simple to do, no trust document required.
6. Gift of Appreciated Property
Such as stocks or mutual funds, the 'cost' to you is lower than equivalent gift of cash.
Note: Always consult your tax advisor for the


Ate YOU nowREADY toputYOURfinancialHOUSE inORDER?
Whether you do it yourself or call upon others for help,begin by pulling together the follow- ing records:
• List of income from all sources
• Records of stocks, bonds and other securities
• List of all nonsecurity invest- ments, if any
• Will and other estate docu- ments, if any
• Home and other real estate ownership records, including deeds, mortgages and anything indicating changes in owner- ship or basis
• Records of all other major assets owned
• Checking account statements or printouts, showing expendi- tures as well as receipts
Marx F. Converse, Phi Kappa (Morris Harvey College) is a CPA and Tax Partner with the firm of Ross. Langan & McKendree, LLP. CPAs, in McLean, Virginia. Mary served 8 years as a Director
for the AOn Foundation (1991- 1999). During six of those years, she held the office of Treasurer. Slie currentlx serves as Treasurer of the new AOTI Properties, Inc., Board ofDirectors.
' Insurance policies from all sources, showing name of insured and owner of policy
• Credit card accounts and his- tory of balances carried
• Prior year's income tax returns and current year's pro- jected tax returns
• List of all liabilities such as mortgages and notes
• List of all debts owed to you
• Pension records, including stock options
• List of expected inheritances, plus expected major expenses such as college educations and weddings
List your three most important financial goals/objectives. This will take some thought on your part, but will force you to decide now what is important to you. It could be something like "I'd like to retire at age 60, with a monthly income of $6,000 after taxes"
As stated earlier, financial plan- ning is an ongoing process, not a product. It takes place throughout your lifetime. Circumstances (tax laws, death, rising cost of living, marital sta- tus, to name just a few) are constantly changing, thus forc- ing you to reevaluate old plans
to see if they are still appropri- ate for you. But the need is always there!
Who should you call upon for help? First start widi your CPA. Surveys have shown that CPAs are often considered the most trusted financial advisors. Two of the CPA's major functions, financial reporting and taxes, are central to planning. Also, the CPA has nothing to sell except service; the CPA cannot accept commissions for refer- ring to clients the products or services of others. A CP4 can 'quarterback ' your financial planning team, which usually includes an attorney, securi- ties/investment broker, insur- ance broker/agent banker, and pension consultant. If your CPA does not undertake finan- cial planning engagements, he/she can more than likely refer you to someone who does.
I have a sign in my office which reads: If you don't know where you're going, ANY road will get you there. By mapping out a strategy for your financial life, you WILL KNOW where you're going and what road will get you there! Good luck and remember - it's never too early or too late to begin!
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i.
Many members of the Orlando Alumnae
Chapter went the extra mile to help
"AOn entered my life in 1936, at Miami Beach, Florida. My sister, Hazel Noe, returned home from her first year at Florida State College for Women (FSU) at Tallahassee. She had joined AOI1, and was determined 1 join, too. Mary Louise Roller entertained us in her lovely home. Mary Ruth McKnight befriended us. Our high school class mate, Ailsa McKelvey Tjaden, has remained my friend through the years, although she moved back to Delaware.
she kept in touch with our many AOFI sis- ters. We helped establish the Gamma Omicron Chapter at the L of Florida, in Gainesville. When the AOFI alumnae in Jacksonville, Florida, were active, Doris always drove local AOFI s to the meetings. After Doris died, we dedicated a brick in her honor at the Inspiration Walkway at AOFI Headquarters in Brentwood, Tennessee.
Virginia Early, before her death, was respon- sible for a group of AOFI s meeting regular- ly. Betty Bary Franks, from Gainesville, would drive to Palatka, to pick up Marjorie Carter Dillingham and me, and drive us for a luncheon meeting with Virginia, usually in Virginia's home in Jacksonville.
When I moved to Apopka, AOP Headquarters sent my name and address to the Orlando Alumnae Chapter. Marty Harrison was a neighbor, and generously included me in AOFI activities - and there was my friend of over 60 years ago - Mary Ruth McKnight! AOFI has been a very important part of my life!
The CPNS is not alone in providing assis- tance to her chapters. She is assigned to a team consisting of three other Network Specialists in the areas of Recruitment,
make our recent convention a success, At FSCW, Doris Godard Mitchell was the
but perhaps none with more heart than 80year-old Mary Jo McClaran,AlphaPi 37. Residing in a retirement home and, thus, limited to what she could do to help, Mary Jo wanted to do something to help. She volunteered to measure and cut tiie 750 redribbonsto be tied onto the com- memorative convention charms for the Rose Banquet attendees. Her love for AOTTwas evident and has lasted a life- time. Here are some of the memories she shared with us:
President of the Alpha Pi Chapter. Doris was an only child, and had always wanted a sister. Throughout her college days, she had many of her AOIT sisters visit in her home in Palatka, Florida, hoping at least one would settle in Palatka. On one of these vis- its, she introduced me to the young man who became my husband for over 56 years.
Doris was the most dedicated of AOITs, next to Mary Louise Roller. Doris entertained many young ladies in her home, and edu- cated them about AOfL ITirough the years,
Collegiate Programming- What is 'ft? By Louanne Watson Condreay, Phi Upsilon 76 (Purdue U), Human Resources Committee
Aside from sisterhood, some members might say that programming IS AOFI. After all, programming is chapter relations, sisterhood activities, education, philanthropy, Ritual, scholarship, new member education and, yes, even social. There are a great number of balls to juggle. How can a chapter and its members manage all this?
Our chapters and members leam to balance this act by implementing AOFI's Total Chapter Programming (TCP) plan. When TCP is in place, members learn about many aspects of life that may be used during the collegiate experience and as alumnae. Through programming, members learn how to implement Ritual in daily life, job search and interviewing skills, time and stress man-
agement, gender communication, wellness
and nutrition habits and breast self-examina-
tion to name a few. The topics covered by Alumnae Advisory Committee, and each chapter are determined by a survey of
its membership.
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Volunteer Spotlight MaryJo McClaron
How can you get involved as an alumna? The Human Resources Committee is looking for alumnae with a passion for programming to serve as Collegiate Plr»gramming Network Specialists (CPNS). The CPNS assists chapters and Alumnae Advisory Committees (AACs) in evaluating programming and developing goals, objectives and action plans to build chapter programs. The CPNS also assists the AACs and chapters in the areas of risk and crisis management, membership issues, event approvals and alcohol variance requests.
Corporation/Finance. For additional infor- mation on specialist teams see "Volunteer to be a Member of the TEAM''(Summer ^8) and "Volunteer Spotlight" (Spring'98).
If programming is your forte', consider apply- ing for a CPNS position. Applications are available in various issues of To Dragma and on the Web Site (www.alphaomicronpi.org).
Incidentally, if you are interested in develop- ing programs, the Education and Training Committee may be for you. Again, we encourage you to submit an Application for a Volunteer Position.


On the Road Again
The 1999-2000 AOTT Chapter Consultant Team
Back row (I to r); Karen Batzle. Lisa Ruster. Erica Martin, Michelle Finley. Front row: Monica Ramey, Stephanie Curton, jesalyn Parham.
ating senior based on scholarship and campus/community commitment She was also a member of SGA and Order of Omega. A Sigma Omicron, Stephanie served as new member educator and risk management chairman. She loves good movies, good books, roller coasters, amuse- ment parks and traveling.
Michelle Finley
A native of Snellville, GA, Michelle is a graduate of Georgia Southern U earning her degree in Marketing with an emphasis on sales and sales promotion. She served her chapter, Alpha Lambda, as chapter president, vice president-education and risk management chairman. On campus she was a member of Order of Omega, the scuba diving club and was recently named her university's Greek Woman of the Year. Michelle enjoys traveling, basketball, soc- cer, scuba diving, reading and sightseeing.
The 1999-2000 Chapter Consultant (CC) team members have been traveling since mid-August visiting our collegiate chapters and colonies. Each member of this group of outstanding young women provides a valuable service to the Fraternity through her dedication to and knowledge of AOI~I. Each has completed two extensive training sessions at headquarters and attended a week long leadership training program called LeaderShape. When one of these chapter consultants visits your chapter, we know you will want to make her feel wel- come. Take a moment to get to know the person who can be an indispensable resource to your chapter. AOI1 applauds and appreciates the commitment made by each member of our CC team.
Karen Batzle
Karen is a graduate of Washington State Tj with a Psychology major and Business minor. While in school, she served her chapter, Alpha Gamma, as philanthropy chairman, treasurer and chapter president She is also a member of Order of Omega. Her hobbies include running, volleyball, shopping, aerobics, skiing, sightseeing, kick boxing, traveling, and reading murder mys- teries. She is a native of Longview, WA and hopes to attend graduate school, fol- lowing her AOFI travels, to earn a PhD in Clinical Psychology.
Stephanie
Curton
Stephanie is from Little Rock, AR and a graduate of Arkansas State U. She earned her degree in journalism/PR On campus she was recently named Greek woman of the Year, AOn of the Year, and received the Wilson Award honoring the top gradu-
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Erica Martin
Erica loves all water sports, especially jet ski- ing and scuba diving. She also loves playing volleyball, talking, writing, N F L football, and sightseeing. She loves to laugh and have a good time. She is from Southern California and is a graduate of Northern Arizona U, where she earned a BS in Broadcast Journalism. A Theta Omega, Erica served her chapter as president, schol- arship chairman and panhellenic delegate.
Jesaiyn Parham
Jesaiyn is from Ringgold, GA and a mem- ber of Lambda Sigma at the U of Georgia She earned a degree in Public Relations while serving her chapter as panhellenic delegate and as a member of the CR com- mittee. On campus, Jesaiyn served on the Panhellenic Executive Council, Dance Marathon PR Chairman, Rho Lambda, Order of Omega , UGA visitors center and as a student ambassador. Jesaiyn likes watching tennis, sightseeing, running, white water raiting, and playing the piano.
Monica Ramey
Monica graduated from Indiana State U with a major in Radio-TV with emphasis on promotions; and a minor in commu- nication studies and music performance. She served Kappa Alpha Chapter as VP/E for two terms as well as song leader. She loves to sing, watch movies, travel, talk, go on walks, sightsee, shop and listen to music. Monica's hometown is Francesville, IN.
Lisa Ruster
Lisa graduated from the U of Evansville and now makes Greenwood, IN her home. While in school, she served Chi Lambda Chapter as historian, CR chairman, and also served on the scholarship and philan- thropic committees. Iisa is a member of Rho Lambda and loves to travel, sightsee and swim in her spare time.
Are you interested in becoming a Chapter Consultant in 2000?
2000-200!
Chapter Consultant Selection Process and Consultant Calendar
October 1999
CC Applications mailed to chapters in a special October mailing.
January 17,2000
Application deadline. International Headquarters must receive completed applications postmarked on or before January 17,2000 to be considered.
February 14,2000 (Approximately)
Applicants are notified by mail
whether they have been selected for an interview. Interviews will be arranged with candidates selected. All candi- dates will be flown to HQ unless candi- date is within 139 miles.
March 10-12.2000
Candidates are interviewed at
Alpha Omicron Pi International Headquarters, Brentwood, Tennessee, by Julie Brining, Executive Board Director in charge of Chapter Consultants; Melanie Doyle, Executive Director; and Paula Daigle, Collegiate Services/Chapter Consultant Administrator. In ord er to take advantage of airfare differences
with a Saturday night stay, in most cases, candidates will arrive in Nashville on Saturday, spend the
night at HQ and flyhome on Sunday. Candidates will be notified of their interview time and date before a
rrival at HQ.
Week ofMarch
13.2000
All candidates notified of selection.
June 22-25.2000
Chapter Consultants attend Leadership Institute in Los Angeles.
July 5-12.2000 .
Training at International Headquarters.
August 2000-November 2000 January2000-April 2001
Follow-up training and dates of
the 2000-2001 Chapter Consultant travel year.
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cdllegiate
Idea Sharing:
Scholarship Incentives
Every AOTT collegiate chapter has a scholarship program, and most offer creative incentives to encourage their members to excel. We know that chapters who con- sistently acknowledge outstanding efforts show improved scholarship results. Both the individual members and the overall chapter benefit Here are a few of the ideas that our chapters have submitted.
Delta
Tufts U
Our chapter's tradition is the Skippy jar. In an empty peanut butter jar any sister who hasn't skipped a class since our last meeting puts her name on a slip of paper in the jar. One lucky sister's name is drawn and wins a special treat.
Derta Beta
U o f South W estern Louisiana
We have recendy increased our minimum GPA and are hosting nightly study hours at the chapter house. Incentives are given weekly to those sisters who have done outstanding jobs.
Delta Derta
Auburn U
Every quarter, we hold a sister dinner for all members who made Pi (3.14) or high- er. We give brag bags to all members who made A's on tests and we have a "Strive for Pi" poster listing names of sisters who want to strive to be better academically. Each week, we present one study bug award to the sister who everyone feels studied the most that week.
Delta Epsilon
Jacksonville State U
Our chapter gives out awards for those doing well and the chapter has set study hall hours every night in the library. We also match each member with a panda pal, which is a sister with the same major to help tutor.
Delta Pho
DePaul U
Our chapter has a "Smartie of the Week" program to help sisters put forth the extra effort on their studies. Every member strives to earn an A in at least one class each week. Those who accomplish this goal receive a special certificate along with a sweet treat at each chapter meeting.
Alpha Defta
U of Alabama
Scholarship is a major goal for Alpha Delta and we want to move from second to first place on campus. We use a weekly incentive program called "Be a Shining Star." Members post their good grades on a bulletin board. Then, each member is recognized and receives a pack of star- bursts in chapter meeting. Also, one "star" is drawn per class to win a larger prize, such as a TCBY gift certificate. Additionally, we recognize and reward good GPAs at our scholarship banquet each semester.
Alpha Gamma
Washington State U
Our chapter has a tradition of doing "A" and " B " bags. Each week everyone is asked to put their name in the bag if they received an "A" or "B" on an assignment or test During meeting, two names are drawn and rewarded with candy. We also honor one study bug of the week.
Alpha Psi
Bowling Green State U
We have a brag board where sisters can post good grades. Sisters can also earn raf- fle tickets for good grades, which are col- lected for a monthly prize drawing. We also present awards for Dean's List and most study hours completed monthly.
AlphaTheta
Coe College
We have an award called Amazing Alpha. During the week we keep a list ol people who received A's on papers or tests. The member with the most A's at the end of the week receives the award, which is a painted wooden letter A
Beta Lambda
IllinoisWesleyan U
To encourage studying, we hold themed study nights in the dining room. The goal istostudyhardandhavefunatthesame time.
Chi Derta
U of Colorado-Boulder
For a 3.0 or above, a 3.5 or above, or a 4.0 we honor members with various pieces of
jewelry. A new member who qualifies, earns the right to wear the Ruby A badge.
Chi Lambda
U of Evansville
Chi Lambda offers rewards for anyone in the "Pi Club" which requires maintaining a GPA of 3.14 or above.
Chi Psi
CalPolySanLuisObispo
Our members are matched with other members with the same majors, same classes, or same professors, so we can form study groups to get help with school work.
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Delta Sigma
San Jose State U
Out chapter awards Panda Bucks for all exams, papers, etc. We give two bucks for an A and one buck for a B. At the end of each semester, gifts are presented to the
Epsilon Omega
Eastern Kentucky U
As an incentive to make good grades, our study hours are set on a sliding scale based on grades. Members are also recog- nized at a scholarship banquet and given certificates as incentives for good grades.
Gamma Chi
Carleton U
The Ottawa Alumnae Chapter sponsors an academic award for the member with the highest cumulative GPA- Also, the chapter is divided into three groups (A's, O's and Pi's.) A chapter goal is set and members receive points for achieving the goals. The groups compete with each other for the highest ranking.
Gamma Delta
U of South Alabama
Every semester we strive for Pi, meaning every member who makes a 3.14 or high- er gets a slice of pie. Additionally the new member with the highest GPA for the first semester receives a Ruby A badge.
Gamma Omicron
U o f Florida
Our chapter has a program called Alpha A's. Members turn their names into the scholarship chairman for receiving A's and she treats them to candy during meetings. We also have a "No Skippy Jar" where members put their name in a peanut butter jar passed each week if they attended all their classes that week. They also receive a small treat for that accomplishment.
GammaTheta
U of South Florida
We present a Geek of the Week award to the member who has practically lived at the library studying that week. The award consists of a stylish pocket protector filled with candy and other fun prizes.
lota Chi
U ofW estern Ontario
Our chapter has implemented a study buddy program. This is a duo of sisters who meet weekly or bi-weekly at the library to do work together. This is a great motivator and always ensures we will have a coffee-break buddy, too.
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Kappa Kappa
Ball State U
We award the "Smart Cookie Award" to members who do well on a test or paper.
Kappa Omega
U of Kentucky
Each semester we hold a scholarship ban- quet Those with the highest CPAs each semester are recognized by having their names engraved on a plaque which we hang in the chapter room.
Kappa Omicron
Rhodes College
We encourage scholarship through our successful academic Big Sister Program.
An initiated member is paired with each new member to serve as both an academ- ic role model and an academic resource.
Kappa Rho
W estern Michigan U
We were proud to win the Best Programming Award on our campus. Part of our prograrriming includes study hours, under the supervision of a proctor, which are required of members. The Pi Club recognizes sisters with a grade point aver- age of 3.14 or above. A Skippy jar sits in our lobby, where members drop in change if a class is skipped. Kappa Rho encourages the use of our chapter com- puter and test files to aid sisters in the fur- ther improvement of our scholarship.
Kappa Sigma
U ofWisconsin - River Falls
We form wellness groups consisting of five members whose goal is to help prevent burn out, reward us for good grades and spend time together. We are encouraged to study in groups and keep track of our hours of study, all our grades and our physical activity. Points are earned and at the end of the semester, the team with the most points wins.
Lambda Beta
California State U - Long Beach
To encourage class attendance, our Pandas show us the way. The chapter
member based on each has earned.
the number of bucks
Delta Theta
TexasWomen's U
Each semester, we hold a scholarship banquet to honor all the members with a
high GPA or most improved. This year we also gave 10 dollar gift certificates to the most improved in each class and any sister with a 4.0.
Epsilon
Cornell U
Alpha A's are one of our favorite schol- arship incentives. Each week during chapter meeting, sisters who have earned A's can write their names down on a piece of paper. One name is drawn out of a basket and that member receives a congratulatory gift.
Epsilon Alpha
Pennsylvania State U
One of our incentives is Alpha A's. Every time a sister gets an A, they sign a sheet, and post a cardboard cutout A on their door. It ends up turning into a competi- tion for who earns the most A's. We also have study dates between new members and sisters, or just sisters. Every time two women get together to study, they earn a star, and the person with the most stars at the end of the semester receives a gift certificate to a store of their choice.
Epsilon Chi
Elon College
Our scholarship bag is one way we pro- mote scholastic achievement Each week, the bag has a different theme such as the A-bag or perfect attendance bag. Sisters who qualily put their name in the bag at the end of the meeting and one name is drawn to win a gift certificate for TCBY frozen yogurt
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Omicron
U ofTennessee
Brain of the week is a program we have. We pass a box around each week and members put their name in the box if they receive an A on a test that week. One name is drawn and that member receives a prize.
Phi Beta
East Stroudsburg U
The newest addition to our excellent scholarship program is the Skip Cup. Each sister deposits a quarter into the skip cup for each class she has missed. It's great fun to squeal on each other in order to increase the amount of money in the cup. At the end of the month, the chapter relations committee votes how the funds should be spent, such as scholarship cele- brations and awards.
Phi Sigma
U o f Nebraska - Kearney
We present various weekly awards includ- ing sister studier, smart cookie, and CHARRED panda (Cause Her Academics Really Roughed "Er" Dungarees) for the member who had a tough, busy week of classes. Each member also has a laminat- ed panda that she must paper punch for each class she misses. At the end of the sem ester, everyone can see how class attendance affected each panda.
PiAlpha
U o f Louisville
We have study buddies in which members must study a certain number of hours with each other each month. This process makes studying fun and motivating. An "A" pail is also the highlight of CR time during meetings. Members who receive A's put their names in a drawing to, hope- fully, win a prize.
Pi Deta
U of Maryland
Besides holding our scholarship banquet, we also use an "A"Board. People add their names to the A board during the week if they received an A on a test or project One sister's name is drawn each week to receive a TCBY gift certificate.
room is filled with paper pandas pinned on the walls. Each class that a sister does not attend, her Panda get a hold punched into its belly. At the end of the semester, we will count to see how many girls have extremely "hole filled bellies"!
Lambda Chi
LaGrange College
We have a new scholarship handbook with plenty of new incentives. Some include the smart cookie award given each week to the sister with the most study hours for that week. A's for the AOn where prizes for sisters who have made an A for the week, exam treats, and a weekly study bug award. Of course, we all strive for Pi (3.14 or higher) and recog- nize these members at our scholarship banquet. The sisters with the highest CPA in each academic class receives a special gift and we pass down the Ruby A badge to the rising senior with the highest GPA.
Lambda Eta
Grand Valley State U
To motivate the chapter, the scholarship committee implemented the Alpha A's and Boastful B's program. Everyone receiving an A or B during that week places their name in a hat. A name is drawn and the winner receives a prize. The names are kept throughout the month and then one is drawn and the winner receives a larger prize.
Lambda Sigma
U ofGeorgia
New Members receiving a 4.0 GPA during their first semester are awarded a $100 scholarship. Sisters earning a 4.0 for the entire year are also awarded this scholar- ship. Every semester, we hold a scholar- ship banquet to honor favorite teachers, pearl (4.0), ruby (3.5) and rose (3.0) schol- ars. At the banquet we play trivial pursuit and award door prizes.
Northeast Louisiana U
We hold an ice cream party for the people who had good grades. For the 4.0's, they get an ice cream sundae. The members with 3.7-3.9 get two scoops with a cherry ontopandsoon.Thisisagreatwayto motivate people.
Nu Beta
U o f Mississippi
We hold a scholarship banquet each semester and have a brag board to display our weekly A's and B's. The scholarship chairman draws names off the board to receive gifts.
Nu lota
Northern Illinois U
Our chapter's motto last year was "Pass up the Pi with a high GPA." This seemed to motivate everyone to get their GPA higher.
Nu Omicron
V andenbift U
Our goal is "Strive for Pi." It is a chal- lenge for every member to achieve and last year, over three-fourths of our chapter reached this goal. Each mem- ber who achieves our goal and makes the Dean's list receives a rose as an award and those with 4.0's receive two roses and a special recognition.
Omega
Miami U
We recognize members who have demon- strated outstanding scholarship by announcing their names at meetings and reward them with a rose. We also have A's for AOn, for members who are rewarded with treats if they have received an A on a test that week.
Omega Upsilon
Ohio U
We have programs such as the Alpha A's to reward good scores. We maintain professor files which help girls select good professors.
We also earn points for good grades during homecoming and greek week.
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Rho Defe
Samford U
Rho Delta uses the "A" basket, brag bag, test files, cliff note files, tutoring, and study hours. In the spring we hold a scholarship banquet to reward hard work and success.
Sigma
U o f California - Berkeley
The Ruby Roll was instituted last year to recognize chapter members with the high- est GPA from each class.
Sigma Delta
Huntingdon College
We have a party for the class with the highest GPA at the end of the semester. This is a great activity for our chapter because we are so competitive.
Sigma Rho
Slippery Rock U
We have the Rose Rule. Every week, each member writes down how many As she received in her class. At the end of the semester, the sister with the highest num- ber of As receives a prize. Weekly, candy or another treat is given to the sisters who received the As.
Tau
U of Minnesota
To increase our chapter GPA we began a Pi club for members who reach a 3.14 or better. We celebrate by having pie and ice cream with club members. We also pre- sent a rose pin to members who earn a 3.0 or better for six quarters in a row. It is a great honor to receive these pins.
Tau Gamma
Eastern Washington U
Our scholarship chair has designed an activity where she brings a pair of pants to every weekly meeting. If you have gone to class everyday of the current week, you sign your name on them. The pants are called smarty pants. At the end of the year, the person with their name on them the most often, receives the pants and a certificate.
Tau Omega
Transylvania U
We award a scholar of the week at meet- ings to recognize our sisters for working hard. We have A signs outside our doors to show all the As we have earned on tests and papers. We also reward our sisters for not skipping class. Their names are drawn from a Skippy peanut butter jar for prizes at meetings.
Tau Omicron
U ofTennessee - Martin
Each member is encouraged to do three library hours a week and keep a totalfor themselves. At each meeting, a pin is given to the sister with the most library hours and a scholarship shirt is given to the person with the most A's for the week. We also provide a test file and make tutors available to members if needed. Aside from all the rewards, we rely on encouragement.
Theta
DePauw U
One of our scholarship programs is Smart Cookies. Throughout the year, members are encouraged to inform the scholarship chairman of outstanding aca- demic accomplishments. They are rewarded with cookies or treats at meet- ings. Additionally, we hold a scholarship banquet and a faculty dessert.
Theta Chi
Momingside College
Scholarships are available as incentives to all members from our corporation board each year of $100 each. We also have Smartie Pants and a Panda Punch to encourage members to achieve As and B's on tests and not skip classes. Finally, some of our most cherished awards are present- ed to the sisters with the highest GPA and most improved average. These are pre- sented at our Rose Formal.
Theta Omega
Northern Arizona U
We have many great ideas including a professor file program on various profes- sors and classes. These cards include a description of the professor's teaching style, and opinions of the class from those
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who have taken it. Another incentive is the no skippy jar. This is an empty peanut butter jar that our names are put into if we attend all our classes each week The name drawn wins a prize.
Theta Psi
UofToledo
A strive for Pi (e) party is one of our events. Anyone who achieves a 3.14 or better is invited to eat cookies and pie together. A paper rose is assigned to each sister and displayed in the house. The scholarship chair is responsible for finding out who missed their classes for the week. Those who missed class get a bug sticker on their rose.
Upsilon Lambda
U ofTexas - San Antonio
Anyone who earns a 3.14 or better partici- pates in a Pi party to encourage girls to keep up their grades.
Zeta Kappa
SouthwestTexas State U
Everyone looks forward to meetings because of our smart cookie incentive. If someone receives an A or B on a test, she puts her name into a jar. Our scholarship chairman picks one name out of the jar for a prize. Another incentive is to have each member sign a contract with herself to achieve a certain grade on a test. If they make the grade, they receive an award at the end of the semester.
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AOil Publications Honored
Alpha Omicron Pi's quarterly maga- zine, To Dragma, and internal newslet- ter, The PIPER, received five presti- gious publishing awards during the College Fraternity Editors Association Annual Conference this past July.
The first award was the "NIF Publications Award" presented by the National Interfraternity Foundation. This award honors feature writing for articles making a contribution to the betterment of the fraternal
world. A O n won first place in the NPC category for the feature article "One More Shot Against Binge Drinking," To Dragma, Spring 1998.
The second award, presented by the Collegiate Fraternity Editors Association, was a first place award for Feature Article Layout, honoring
the same article, "One More Shot Against Binge Drinking," Spring 1998.
Another CFEA award recognized the Spring 1998 To Dragma for third place in Cover Design.
To Dragma received a Certificate of Merit from CFEA for "Innovative Handling of Routine Material." This award honors sections that all Greek magazines are required to run regularly. AOITs winning entry was the Fall 1998 issue's Contents Page.
The last CFEA honor was in the Newsletter category for which AOIl received a Certificate of Merit for
AOTI Volunteers Are Needed. Can You Help?
The following collegiate chapters are in need of Chapter Advisers. If you are available to help, contact Paula Daigle, Chapter Services/ Consultant Administrator, at AOIl HQ, (615)370-0920, [email protected]
Alpha Lambda Epsilon Gamma Iota Chi Omega Upsilon Phi Chi Sigma Chi Theta Psi
Thefollowingcollegiatechaptersareinneed of Financial Advisers. If you are available to help, contact Paula Daigle, Chapter Services/ Consultant Administrator, at AOFI HQ, (615)370-0920, [email protected]
Beta Lambda Chi Theta Delta Pi Delta Psi Epsilon Gamma Gamma Omicron Iota Chi Kappa Omega Kappa Rho Omega Upsilon Phi Beta Sigma Alpha Sigma Chi Theta Psi
Corporation Meeting Announcements
• Nu Omicron Corporation. October 13, 1999, 6:30 p.m., 2415 Kensington Place, (Nu Omicron Chapter House.) For more information, contact Heather Hill (615)599-1290.
• Kappa Kappa Corporation. November 7, 1999, 2:30 p.m., A O n Suite, Rogers Hall, Ball State U. For more information, con-
tact: Judith D.Thornburg (765)284-3277.
• Sigma Corporation. January 8, 2000, 10:00 a.m. 2311 Prospect St. For more information, contact: Joanne Luscher (925)
254-5281.
New Alumnae Chapter Installations
Alpha Omicron Pi is very pleased to announce the following alumnae chapter installations. We encourage AOIJs living in these areas to take an active role in making them successful chapters.
McHenryCounty McHenry County, IL June 5,1999
Murfreesboro (reorganization) Murfreesboro, Tennessee June 5,1999
A Correction
Alpha Omicron Pi regrets the fact that the article titled "When We Talk Extension, What Are We Talking About" printed in the Spring 1999 issue of To Dragma did not give credit to Kappa Alpha Theta Fraternity. The article was submitted by an AOFI vol- unteer and should have credited Kappa Alpha Theta for the material used.
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PIPER.
Membership in CFEA is open to any fra- ternal organization that operates student chapters at colleges and universities. Members represent the National Panhellenic Conference, the National Interfraternity Conference, the Professional Fraternal Association and the National Pan Hellenic Conference.
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