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Published by Alpha Omicron Pi, 2016-06-06 16:13:43

2000 Fall - To Dragma

Vol. LXVIII, No. 8

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a permanent record of our Fraternity's histoiy.
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Carole Jurenko Jones International President
A O I I perspective
This will be an
exciting
year for AOII.
As we begin a new academic year 1 am pleased to introduce to you five young women who will serve as members of the 2000-2001 Collegiate Advisory Board (CAB). These collegiate chapter presi- dents have been chosen by the Executive Board to represent AOII and help keep Fraternity leaders in touch with the needs of our collegiate women.
The members of this year's CAB are Carrie Brady, Lambda Sigma Chapter (U of Georgia); Aimee Burch, Chi Psi Chapter (California Polytechnic State U); Nicole Chinadle, Alpha Phi Chapter (Montana State U); Stephanie Judy, Delta Omega Chapter (Murray State U); and Carrie Piraino, Lambda Lipsilon Chapter (Lehigh University).
During our time together this summer while attending Leadership Institute in Los Angeles, I had the privilege to meet with these outstanding young women. An exciting observation I made was the com- mitment these ambassadors of AOII have to our Fraternity. They are committed to building stronger relationships among chapter members, motivating chapter leaders to strive for the best and strength- ening advisory support
Not only are they committed to effec- tively leading their own chapters, but also they are excited to have the opportunity to work lor the betterment of AOII International Fraternity. As we meet together in September, the CAB will have an opportunity to meet with the Education and Training Committee in order to offer ideas on training sessions for Leadership Academy 2001, give insight about today's hot topics on college cam- puses and recommend educational pro- grams pertinent to college students.
It is refreshing to me to see the commit- ment many of our collegiate members, such as this vear's CAB members, have to AOII. It is the kind of commitment I hope they carry with them upon graduation. Today's young women are the future of AOII and it is the responsibility of alum- nae like you and me, to instill in our colle- "lians a lifetime commitment to our beloved Fraternity.
There are many levels of commitment alum nae can offer regardless of age or loca- tion. Whether it's serving as an adviser, fill- ing out a Membership Information Form, or making a financial contribution, you are making a significant gift to our collegians and to the future of AOII. You are sharing your time, talents and money but, most importantly, you are portraying the liletime connection you maintain as an alumnae member of Alpha Omicron Pi.
This will be an exciting year for AOII as we dedicate a new home for our Fraternity, present our first Leadership Academy for collegiate chapter presidents, and further refine our volunteer structure. It will be a year of ongoing commitment at ail levels, from collegiate members to alumnae volunteers, as we continue to strengthen the ties of AOII.
Fraternally,
Carole Jurenko Jones International President
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Meet the 2000-2001AOII Chapter CoriSultailtTeam
This group of terrific young women will spend the next nine months traveling for Alpha Omicron Pi. Whether visiting collegiate chapters or working with new colonies, these women will be providinga valuable service to our chapters. Each has completed two extensive training sessions at AOII Headquarters and attended an NPC sponsored leadership training program. The Fraternity genuinely appreciates the commitment each of these women has made to Alpha Omicron Pi. When one of these consultants visits your chapter during the next few months, please make her feel welcomed.
Ethnie Groves
Chapter:
Chi Delta, U of Colorado- Boulder, English Major Hometown:
Rapid Gty, South Dakota
Chapter Offices: Chapter President, Recording Secretary, Preference Head (Recruitment), Spirit/Suggestion Chairman, Philanthropy Comm., Public Relations Comm.
Activities:
Marching Band, Flute, Campus Band, Order of Omega
Awards:
Scholarship Award, Best Senior Attendance, Mortar Board Outstanding Junior Hobbies:
Spending time with fam- ily and friends, aerobics, movies, hiking, reading
JiU Soost
Chapter:
Gamma Omicron, U of Florida, Sport Management Major Hometown:
Orlando, Florida
Chapter Offices:
New Member Educator, Philanthropic Chairman, Dance Marathon Chairman, Fundraising Chairman
Activities:
Panhelenic AVP and Intramural Director, Student Alumni Assoc., Rho Lambda, Florida Blue Key,SGA-Director of Environmental Awareness, Intramural Football Officials Coordinator
Awards:
Ruby A Award, LC Member of the Year, Panhellenic Director of Y ear
Hobbies:
Playing sports, playing with nephews, reading, cross stitch and crafts
Melissa Parsons
Chapter:
Omega, Miami U, Social Work Major
Hometown:
Defiance, Ohio
Offices:
Chapter President, Scholarship Chairman, Recruitment Chairman Activities:
Panhellenic FVesident, U Honors Program, Golden Key NHS, Butler County Child Assault Prevention Project, U Appeals Board, Mortar Board Awards:
AOII 1998 Woman of Leadership Award, 1999 Perry Award, Miami U Outstanding Chapter President, Greek W oman of the Year -2000, Summa Cum Laude, MGGV Outstanding Area VP
Hobbies:
Reading, spending time with family & friends, working out, shopping
Kealie Frazier
Chapter:
Rho Omicron, Middle Tennessee State U, History Major Hometown:
Jackson, Tennessee
Offices:
Philanthropic Chairman, Social Chairman Recruitment Comm., Chapter Relations Comm., Awards Chairman
Activities:
Rho Chi, Student Ambassador, Student Orientation Assistant, "Up Til Dawn" Director Awards:
Who's Who, Greek Woman of the Year, Outstanding Greek Ambassador, MTSU O.S.CAR Recipient, 2000 AOII Collegiate Woman of leadership Hobbies:
Travel, sight seeing, read- ing, enjoying new things
Megan Ehrisman
Chapter:
Iota, U of Illinois Urbana- Champaign, Advertising Major
Hometown:
Naperville, Illinois
Offices:
COR Chairman, Philanthropy Recruitment Event Co- Chairman, Panhellenic Delegate
Activities:
American Advertising Federation, Greek Intervarsity, Homecoming Comm., SERVE Illinoisfacilitator, Panhellenic Vice President-Development, Board of Sorority Affairs Awards:
Dean's List, 2000 Most Outstanding Greek Nominee
Hobbies:
Running, listening to music, movies, reading, travel, spending time with close friends
Are you interested in becoming a Chapter Consultant? Applications will be mailed to all chapters in October. The application deadline is January 15, 2001. For more information, contact Jennifer White, CC Administrator (615)370-0920 or [email protected]
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The AOII archives... around Headquarters that term refers to boxes of files piled to the ceiling. The archives also houses dozens of rose tea cups, sterling silver punch bowls, old To Draginas, treasured scrapbooks, and Stella's trunk. Add a couple of baby grand pianos, a crystal chandelier, a library full of books, a jewelry collection, thousands of photos, artwork and you can only begin to envision the vastness of the memoribilia we have stored in our archives. Before the end of the year, AOII will move into our new fraternity home with expanded room for archival storage and display. It's an exciting time for us as we have more opportunity to properly preserve and protect AOII's heritage. Many great ladies have served as International Historian of our Fraternity. Certainly one of the greatest remains our first, Stella George Stern Perry. We are publishing Stella's inspiring 1936 convention speech as an example of one of the countless treasures we have on hand. Past International President, Nancy Moyer McCain, has been leading our archival preservation for the past 20 years and will turn over the position to Past International President Joan Deathe MacCallum in January 2001. Their excitement about our fraternity's past, present and future is contagious. We invite you to visit our new home and tour AOII's history in the making.
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BY NANCY MOYER MCCAIN INTERNATIONAL HISTORIAN, RHO (NORTHWESTERN U )
The Founders of AOII had not met one another that fall day in 1894 when they entered Barnard College. During the next two years, these classmates became devoted friends and determined to perpetuate their friendship in the form of a new woman's fraternity. Thus it was on December 23, 1896, they pledged each other and on January 2, 1897, founded Alpha Omicron Pi.
Stella was the Fraternity's first Historian, a lifelong responsibil- ity she faithfully fulfilled. Her home in Brooklyn Heights was the repository for AOII's early memorabilia. Among those treasures is a notebook bearing the tide "Alpha Omicron Pi." The first page is dated January 2, 1897. AOII's Constitution begins on that page and contin-
ues on the following ones. Perhaps this is AOII's first arti- fact This collection in Stella's care grew to include an assort- ment of documents, records, photographs and delightful oddments that reveal day-to- day activities and pleasures of those early years. Stella made a significant contribution to this collection. In recognition of AOII's Twenty-fifth Anniversary she, an accomplished author in her own right, wrote The History of Alpha Omicron Pi, 1897-1923, a detailed and won- derfully readable account of the Fraternity's first quarter century. Stella's stewardship of this early archival collection ended at her death in 1956. Her collection
was transferred to Headquarters.
It always was Stella's desire that as many AOIIs as possible be
Opposite page, Sigma Chapter (V of California-Berkeley). Below from left to right: a sisterhood camping trip in 1920, AOIIs having fun in the 1920s, sisters wading in 1935, and our current International Historians, Joan Deathe MacCallum and Nancy Moyer McCain.


able to see the artifacts of the Fraternity's beginning years. Her solution was to take some of the items to conventions where she would set up an exhibit She transported them in a steamer trunk. "Stella's Trunk" and its contents became an eagerly anticipated feature of conventions. Just when the custom began has not been determined but we do know it was well established by the 1930s. These historical exhibits at conventions continued until the fragile artifacts showed signs of deterioration. For this reason and also, the possibility of fur- ther damage to artifacts or the
possible loss of the collection, the custom was discontinued after the 1987 convention.
All the while Stella was accu- mulating and caring for her collection, archival items were piling up at Headquarters. From time to time they were packed and kept in commercial storage. That situation changed in November 1981 when the Fraternity's Headquarters was moved to the first AOII-owned building on Cleghorn Avenue in Nashville, Tennessee. Boxes of archives came from storage and filled a large portion of the cavernous storage space in the
It top left, an Omega (Miami I ) May Queen; above, a 1052 Frontier Nursing Service visit - AOH's first philanthropy: opposite page. Stella Perry at the 1919 convention.
new building. At long last, all of AOH's archives were under one roof. Organizing these diverse collections began in the early
1980s and continued into the 1990s. Archives were invalu- able for planning both the extensive historical exhibit mounted in the Overlook Boulevard Headquarters in conjunction with the 1993 Nashville Convention at Oprvland Hotel and in prepa- ration for AOH's Centennial
Celebration in 1997.
Although the basic organiza- tion is complete, much remains to be done. Since early in the organization process, we have made use ot the amazing archival supplies which preserve, protect and safely store artifacts. New products and processes are being introduced and we are reviewing them with an eye to their use for our collections.
Planning a new Headquarters has provided the opportunity, at time of construction, to incorporate essential require- ments to assure correct display
and storage facilities. The areas of concern are the Museum and Library on the Main Level and the large storage area on the Lower level. Museum/archives consultants have worked closely with ii- concerning (he s|>ecific requirements lor these areas.
Now that Headquarters is the established repository lor AOII archives, there is need to pro- vide on-going attention to the collections as well as to oversee the use of artifacts. To satisfy both of these needs, Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation has provided a grant to underwrite stall time for the Archives Administrator for 2000-2001. \ portion of the exhibits will be permanent Others will be specific and change from time to time. The Library will fea- ture books written by AOII authors and books about members of our Fraternity. Bound issues of To Dragma dating to the first issue in 1905 make fascinating reading.
Remember... a visit to AOII IIcadquartcrs includes a trip in
time to the beginning of AOII!
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WRITTEN BY STELLA GEORCE STERN PERRY FOR THE OHIO VALLEY DISTRICT CONVENTION, 1 9 3 6 . AMENDED AS REQIIREU IN 1 9 3 9 .
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Ihere's so much difference between telling you the story of the early days and writing it to you! I had gready hoped to be with you and to sit in a family group and talk these tilings over. But now that I've only the half-comfort of imagining myself there, I'll try to tell you some of the intimate things about our beginnings, although, of necessity, sketchily.
Those of you who have met the Founders know that we're just "regular folks", and will understand, in spite of the glamour that your devotion throws about us and that other radiance thrown, as I write, by our own memories of youth, that back there in the '90s we were just lour regular college girls, very like yourselves.
Remembering our young days, with their many unheroic phases, it amuses us and makes us feel apologetic, too, to appear before you so often as on pedestals.
1 used to say diat, if the clock could turn back and put us four on your campus as students, you'd know the difference only by our clothes. But even the style of our clothes is coming back into fashion (though I hope sleeves will not again get so large that you can carry your luncheons in them, nor skirts so long that they have to have brush-bind- ing to sweep the streets!) They're so much like ours that perhaps you'd accept us without question, and I hope you would bid us to Alpha Omicron Pi.
But you wouldn't do that if you happened to be looking for anything ostentatious, for we were very simple, not one weahhy and not one valuing very highly the show-window superficialities of life.


Wewereexceedinglyfrankand merry, very much alive to enjoy the golden years we were living, vitally interested in every phase of our college life, and in the life around us, men- tally inquisitive and ardently, enthusiastically devoted to one another, to our chosen group of friends, and to the Class of
Thai Class, still known - to its members, at least - as "the great and glorious Class of '98", explains much of our audacity in starting a new fraternity. It was, and still is, outstanding for its solidarity, its pride in itself, good fellowship and especially, initiative. The Dean said that other classes might get more out of college, but no class could ever put more in than ours did. No space here to tell you the many Barnard tradi- tions and institutions that '98 started; nor would they interest any but Barnardians.
the classes preceding ours felt themselves to be pioneers and took themselves very, very VEBY seriously. And, as few prep schools were ready with the severe entrance require- ments - and you'd gasp if' I out- lined them to you - most of those students were older than college girls generally are.
But we in '98 were young. We were the first class of college girls as we now see them to enter Barnard. So, even as freshmen, we were a sensation to our sedate superiors as we
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ed with a great men's . . . . . university, oflering
the same entrance examinations, the same University courses under the same faculty and granting the degree not of the College but of the Lniversity. So
went ahead and merrily made our own traditions, customs and practices with a happy buoyancy.
However, we could not be friv- olous, for there were few, if any, rich girls in the entire class,andwehadallgoneto college with definite and prac- tical purposes and an ardor of intention that put earnestness and aspiration in the back- ground of our gay, friendly, advenmrous, varied days, when we were your age.
So much for the setting.
JNow, we have reason to know well that more than one prominent "national" would have eagerly entered Barnard at that time, would have eager- ly welcomed a local group, as ours. Indeed, one such had been at Barnard from the beginning and had taken in all the members of the first tiny, sedate classes.
Why, then, you will be asking, did we four choose rather to make a new fraternity of our own - surely a more dangerous and difficult task?
I will try to tell you.
In those days many of the evils still sometimes complained of in fraternity life and many others now happily past or passing - this due, in part, we dare believe, to Alpha Omicron Pi's own attitude - many of those evils were distincdy obvious in the already existing societies. I do not mean to imply for a
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moment that they were known to be in all of them, or even that we believed diem to exist in all. But they certainly were pretty general. And how to be sure?
We knew exactly what we wanted and the way to be sure of getting it was to make it, if we could.
We wanted a society that should continue our compan- ionship through life, and extend the like joys to others, usefully, unselfishly, and with- out pettiness. We wanted to enshrine, sublimate and per-
We wanted to be sure of a democratic fraternity, democ- ratic in choosing members, democratic in internal govern- ment, so that all members to come must share our responsi- bility and feel bound to exer- cise for themselves the motives that impelled the Founders.
We especially wanted one with no snobbery, no ostentation, no extravagance, no exclusiveness, no silly "superiorities", no triv-
tion to some worthy end, some object of loving kindness that should make our organization to its members an enduring bond of happy mutual labors and to their environment an enrichment.
Therefore, having decided to make that sort of fraternity if we could, we had also to decide,
always unfailing in its results. Under that sign we were sure of success, and we felt that the aspect of it most lacking and most needed lay in our motto and would give us the means desired to make our secrecy, in its highest usage, not a mystery but a modesty.
Oh, 1 do not want you to believe that we ourselves always lived up to our ideal, or that we never failed to act according to our intention. Of course, we fell down some- times. Of course, we made many mistakes. By no means perfect, we had to learn a lot by trial and failure. But we did keep the purpose before us as an end, and I know that Alpha Omicron Pi has ever done so.
Neither do I want you to think for a minute that we saw and foresaw the future that has so wonderfully blest us, that we envisioned the growth in 42 years from four members to almost three times that many thousands. We were not prophets and not really the founders of all this.
The only True Founder found- ed our purpose and saw the harvest He was to bless from the little seed He Himself had planted. His alone was the vision and to Him alone be your thanks.
Opposite page top left, "Just Married" in the 1920s; below left. Delta Delta (Auburn U) AOIIs in 1997; above top, the Columbia University Library; and above, Omegas leap fragging in the 1920's.
petuate our love and our unity through service worthy of these blessings, deserving to persist. We wanted a fraternity that should carry on the delightful fellowships and cooperations of college days into the workaday years ahead and do so magnanimously, both in school and afterwards.
ial limitations, nothing based only on "society" in the narrow sense, nothing good excluded on financial, religious, or other factitious grounds, one with its members chosen for character.
Above all, we wanted a high and active special purpose to justify existence, a simple devo-
"What have we in our hearts to give that the world most lacks and most needs? And in what aspect of it is it most lacking and most needed?"
You know the answer.
There had been vouchsafed to us for one another the one thing always needed and
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But I will say that, if we did not foresee the future, neither did we fear it. And when in the early years of national life stag- gering difficulties which I can- not now relate, confronted us, they could not frighten nor deter us.
Now, having determined to make this democratic, unos- tentatious, simple society, we climbed up a little winding stair into the stackroom, a small upper chamber of old Columbia Library, a beautiful Gothic building, now demol- ished. This was a little tower room, rarely used, where Anglo-Saxon tomes and ancient vellum manuscripts were stored. We sat in a deep seat built under a mulhoned window of that quiet room, pigeons outside and snow lightly falling, and there, with what emotion you can imag-
ine, we pledged one another, at the very beginning of the year f897. (And you were all there,
though we did not know it!)
Soon afterwards, we used the initiation ritual for the first time on our classmate, Anne Richardson Hall of St. Joseph, Missouri, now Mrs. R. J. Curdy of Kansas Gty.
You will want to know about our badge.
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made was to have one emblem
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of our essential purpose. We felt that that would give us enough to live up to, and would identify us at least as well as would numerous supplementary- devices. We felt that synthetic coats of arms (besides being mediaeval and out of accord in societies called Greek), shields, sub-mottoes, fraternity jewelry of a general nature, stamped toilet goods and what not, and all other trifles bearing shields
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and coats of arms, were cheap, childish, and undignified in comparison with one austere, though rich, badge. And we felt that many societies had these things not for intrinsic usefulness but just because others did. By avoiding this foolish conformity we could from the start indicate our determined simplicity.
One motto, one badge, one bond - and singleness of heart!
We did not want a design that showed some little object and resembled a breast-pin or brooch or lace-pin, and we did not want one that looked like a school pin or could be mistaken, if not scrutinized, for the badge of many anoth- er society. We wanted a badge that told us why we wore it We therefore chose our monogram.
Theodore B. Starr was the "Cartier" of that period and tire Starr designer of insignia the foremost artist of his kind. We engaged Starr and his designer to arrange the pro- portions. We went to see them about it on our bicycles. (Fancy girls going down Broadway and Fifth Avenue on bicycles today!)
Our first step in expansion, which made us "national" was the installation of Pi Chapter in New Orfeans. At Newcomb almost identical conditions pre- vailed as at Barnard when we began, that is to say, one entrenched fraternity there and all the others eagerly interest- ed. Pi Chapter's ideals and
reasons for the courageous course of joining a brand-new fraternity were the same as oursinfoundingitWe.cannot overestimate Pi's bravery and loyalty. It was in the summer; only three girls were pledged to begin the new chapter; but these were highly influential girls who were confident of their following. Of these, two were out of town, during an epidemic, when the day of installation came. So I instafled Pi Chapter through one girl, Katherine Reed. We cannot overvalue Katherine andwhatshedidforus.Sheis now head of the French
Bres came back to town and Katherine initiated them; and when Newcomb opened we had a real chapter ready. Years ago, lovely Leigh joined our Alpha Omega Chapter, but we have in our ranks her gifted, charming and loyal daughters. In 1939 our bright Adele also became a member of our sacred memorial chapter. These three were indeed on our frontier.
Thus, Alpha Omicron Pi start- ed little more than forty years ago with four members and
Humanly speaking, you are all founders of Alpha Omicron Pi today, quite as truly as we were in the beginning. We know that you will always lay the same eternal foundations and that you will build upon them with constancy, patience and unfaltering faith.
May you have the joy in itall, dear children, that we have had alltheway! Mayyoulove one another as happily always as we four have done in a life- long fellowship without a break! Aid may your descen- dants in Alpha Omicron Pi bring to you the glory that you
yourselves are to us today!
Yours, with gratitude and love,
Alpha, Historian
AOILArduval Fee
In an effort to maintain ongoing costs of lite fraternity archives for all chapters, AOII has added
a new annualfeefor our collegiate and. alumnae diopters. Tins fee will be used as an investmentfor preserv ation and protection ofAOITs lieritage. StartingSprijig 2001, all chapters will be billed
$2 per member
as of the February 1st roH. Tltisnewfee willbebilled along with the otlier annual- fees. Ifyou liave Cjuestions, contact your dutpter adviser or nettcork speciidist.
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AOITs first two chapters: opposite page, the Alpha chapter room (Barnard College/Columbia U); above, Pi Chapter charter members (Sophie
Newcomb/Tulane
Department at Akron University. I hope all of you may some day get to know her. I can see her now, a small blond child, thoroughly realiz- ing the grave responsibility she had undertaken, her eyes shin- ing and her chin firm, as I installed Pi Chapter in her bedroom at the old Reed fami- ly home in New Orleans. As soon as the quarantine was lift- ed, Adele Mercier and Leigh
V) in 1898.
became national through the installation of one. The bless- ings following you know.
We are told, we believe and we have proved that in that which makes our bond is promise certain of success. Let us fol- low our ensign devotedly, utterly and bravely. For our Purpose cannot fail.
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Come to Convention. The ultimate sisterhood experience!
Desert Springs Marriott Resort Palm Springs, California
Celebrities frequent Palm Springs for rest and relaxation. The atmosphere is so serene and the weather is perfect.
Springs. Just look for the brown dome-like house on the side of a beautiful mountain. And "Old Blue Eyes", Frank Sinatra, loved this area and is buried in the Cathedral Gty Cemetery right outside of the Palm Springs area. Many, many more celebrities fre- quent Palm Springs for rest and relaxation. The atmosphere is so serene and the weather is perfect
As for as what AOII has planned, i.e. din- ners, themes, and sessions, that will be revealed when you get there! It may prove to be more entertaining than the karaoke skits at Leadership Institute 2000. If you missed that great AOII moment in Los Angeles, then attend Convention 2001 so you will be in on all the priceless stories!
Convention 2001 Registration Packets will be mailed in October 2000. Expect more detailed information to be included in this packet, including your registration fee, resort reservations, hours and cost for all the resort's amenities, transportation from the resort and at the resort, and who to call to book your flight AOII Convention 2001 official dates are set for June 27 -July 1.
For a better look of what's ahead go to www.desertspringsresort.com.
You will absolutely want to be a part of AOIIs Forty-sixth Biennial Convention at the Desert Springs Marriott Resort and Spa in Palm Springs, Clalifornia. With a moun- tain view that stops you in your tracks,
two championship golf courses, seven restaurants on-site, and several large swim- ming pools, you will not want to miss this Convention, June 27- July 1,2001.
And hence the name - Desert Springs Marriott Resort and Spa - this resort offers
an on-site spa that is listed as one of the top five in the country. There are more than thirty spa options including facials, massages, scrubs, therapeutic baths and wraps galore.
The facility offers a 6-minute gondola boat ride to familiarize you with all these won- derful amenities.
In addition to all of the resort amenities, Convention sessions and our traditional
Rose Banquet are planned to be tremen- dous experiences. The square footage of the resort is amazing, yet small enough for easy walking. Upon arrival, attendees will appreciate that the resort's check in and AOII registration will be on the same floor, just around the corner from one another!
For fun during your free time, Destinations Tour Company by Marriott is planning some wonderful trips off site for all who attend Convention. Just to give you a tease, one will be a "Shop 'Til You Drop" tour to El Paseo, better known as the "Rodeo
Drive of the Desert". Another option will be a ride on the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway up the 8,500-foot, San Jacinto Mountain. On the way you can see celebrity homes and a breathtaking view.
Did you know that Bob Hope lives in Palm Springs? You can see his home, depending on where you are seated, flying into Palm
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Leadership Academy March 2-4, 200
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Alpha Omicron Pi is pleased to announce plans for an exciting new training program for our collegiate mem- bers. Next spring, the inaugural Leadership Academy will target training to all our collegiate chapter presidents in the Training center of our new International Headquarters in Brentwood, Tennessee. This expansive training facility is currendy under construction and our chapter presidents will be the first group to utilize our beautiful new home for training. In future years, other chapter offices will be added, and chapters will have input into the process of determining which areas to strengthen within their chapter.
Leadership Academy will provide chapter officers the opportunity to learn more about themselves, to develop leadership skills, and share ideas with other leaders in our organization. Most importandy, it will assist in providing the necessary tools to become more effective leaders.
Alpha Omicron Pi is excited to be able to host this training program in our new fraternity home. This is just the first of many ways we plan to make our new Headquarters facility a valuable resource forallour members.
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Leadership
Institute 2000
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Leadership Institute 2000 was held June 23rd through 25th at the Los Angeles Airport Marriott, Los Angeles, California. Themed "Leaders Light the Way,"the event was designed to develop leadership skills both personally and profes- sionally. Emphasis was placed on training of collegiate Chapter Presidents, Chapter Advisers, Chapter Treasurers, Stellar Starters and alumnae volunteers.
Leadership Institutes are conferences held in the even numbered years
[^Leadership
between conventions. They have proven to be enormously popular with alumnae and collegians because the atmosphere is fun and casual, and the focus is on education, training and sisterhood.
In its second year, the Stellar Starter program was a resounding suc- cess. Chapters are asked to send a sophomore member identified as an emerging leader, or "Stellar Starter." to LI for training. Their training included "Leading with Style," in which they learned the basic dynam- ics of leadership method- ologies and how to use them in everyday life. Additionally, the basics
of goal mapping were addressed to assist them throughout their college career, professional, and personal life.
Specific programmirig included a general ses- sion on AOII Ritual and religion. A panel discus-
Integrity G r o w t h I lonor "fraditionj
sion explored the link between our Ritual and various religious beliefs and how Ritual meshes with everyday life.
Other sessions focused on etiquette, meeting management, conflict resolution, ethics and values, balancing life and work, and keeping alumnae members moti- vated. A n informative Alphalink training was another major focus as officers were trained to better utilize AOH's web based reporting system.
Elise Moss, Tau Delta (Binningham Southern College). Delivered an inspiring keynote address motivating everyone to live life to its fullest As part of our conference tradition. AOII donated 500 stuffed pandas to representatives of Vista Del Mar Child and Family Services and the Orange County/Long Beach Branch of the Arthritis Foundation.


Leadership Institute provides leadership and education training for our members.
This was fabulous and I am thoroughly impressed. Not
only did I receive much helpful information, but I felt I was challenged as a person.
New friends: Rho Omicron (Middle Tennessee State U), Sigma Phi (California State U - Northridge), Gamma
Alpha (George Mason U) and Sigma (U of California - Berkeley) chapter
presidents.
Our collegiate
ing the presidents' training session.
chapter
presidents
were " t i e d - u p in knots" dur-
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AOIIs were all smiles, whether arriving by airport shuttle (left) or making friends during the weekend (above). Opposite page:
1997-98 Chapter Consultants Sarah Pewitt and Hannah Jacobs reunite at U.


A group hug during the "Forever Friends" reception.
I feel much better about my office. I have more ideas and I feel motivated all over again to make a difference.
AOIIs enjoying a lunch break in the California sunshine.
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Members take a break in the pool during free time with twoAOII legacies.
I am excited about next year; and I am excited about the opportunity to make my chapter stronger!
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Kappa Alpha (Indiana State U) chapter members.
The t-shirt swap has become an Li tradition. Each member who brings a newAOli t-shirt is eligible to participate. Many members bring original designs from their chapter
functions.
Upsilon Lambda (U ofTexas San Antonio)
members.
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Kelly Hahn receives the Perry Award from Perry Award Committee Chairman Joan MacCailum.
Friendships that last a lifetime are often made
at AOII
conferences.
A photo
opportunity'.
The PerryAwardis
the highest distinction given to a collegiate member of Alpha Omicron Pi. This award honors the most out- standing collegiate chapter president by virtue of out- standing service to her chapter, and recognition
by the administration of her university.
The 2000 Perry Award recipient is Kelly Hahn, Kappa Kappa (Ball State U). Her Leaders' Council listed 12 changes for which Kelly was responsible, including such things as: integrating
all chapter operations and officer responsibilities onto a computer program for all to access, and budget changes to de-emphasize social activities and re- emphasize educational
and sisterhood activities. She led the chapter during a difficult time, turning what could have been negative experiences into positive ones. She is described as "a pillar of strength" and truly lived the AOII Ritual. The Perry Award Committee and the Executive Board whole- heartedly agree that Kelly Hahn represents excellence in leadership.
Elaine Ellis and Nancy Shaheen during the
"Forever Friends"
reception.
The atmosphere at U is always fun and casual.
AOII donated 500 stuffed pandas to representatives ofVista Del Mar Child and Family Services and the Orange County/Long Beach
The Marriott
members wore their LI t-shirts on Saturday.
Emphasis this year was on training our
Chapter Presidents. Chapter Advisers. Chapter Treasurers, Stellar Starters and alumnae volunteers.
International President Carole Jurenko Jones and Keynote Speaker Elise Moss.
was a sea of blue as most
Branch of the Arthritis
Foundation
For collegians, Leadership Institute is an opportunity to learn leadership skills both personally and professionally.
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Smiles, smiles and more smiles from Zeta Pi (U of Alabama - Birmingham).
Excellent! The weekend has been very effective, and has provided me immeasurable ideasto help
my chapter grow.
When it comes to having a good time, no one does it better than the AOII PIPs!
Susan Danko, Carole Jones and Renee Smith in costume just after the Executive Board's karaoke skit.
Gamma Alphas (George Mason U) take a break.
Alumnae volunteers are the backbone of Alpha Omicron Pi.
AOII Foundation members enter- tained everyone with a karaoke sk/t.
Numerous skits provided light hearted entertainment and a time was allocated for chapter and team meetings.
Individual Award Winners
Stella George Stern Perry Award •Kelli Hahn.
Kappa Kappa Ball State U
Collegiate Women of Leadership •Leanne Austin.Tau Omicron,
U ofTennessee-Martin
• Kealie Frazier Rho Omicron,
Middle Tennessee State U •Candace Ross Kuby, Zeta Pi,
U ofAlabama-Birmingham
Alumnae Women of Leadership • Patti Annen Broggi, Nu lota,
Northern Illinois U, Chicago
West Suburban Alumnae Chapter
•jenny Neal Duffey
Lambda Sigma U of Georgia,
Atlanta Alumnae Chapter •Martha (Marty) Leonard Harrison, Lambda Sigma
U of Georgia Orlando Area
Alumnae Chapter
•Melanie Nixon Doyle, Lambda
Sigma U of Georgia, Nashville Alumnae Chapter
Two AOIls smile for o photo after donating their pandas.
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"I Heard It Through the Grapevine" sung by the AOII Network
Directors.


FOUNDATION BOARD
Jean Marcy Sells, ZETA,
FOUNDATION PRESIDENT
Barbara Daugs Hunt, PHI DELTA,
VICE-PRESIDENT, MAJOR GIFTS AND ENDOWMENT CHAIR
Dot Waters Williams, LAMBDA SIGMA,
SECRETARY, MARKETING CHAIR
Carol Miller Stevenson, OMEGA,
TREASURER, FINANCE CHAIR
Marilyn Rose Herman, UPSILON, SCHOLARSHIP CHAIR
Audrey Hoenshell Hopkins. UPSILON,
RUBY FUND CHAIR
Carole Jurenko Jones, ALPHA DELTA,
INTERNATIONAL PRESIDENT
Frankie Frazier Roberts, Nu BETA,
GRANTS CHAIR
FOUNDATION COMMITTEES
FINANCE
Carol Miller Stevenson, CHAI R Frankie Frazier Roberts
Jean Marcy Sells
GRANTS
Frankie Frazier Roberts, CHAIR Jean Marcy Sells
Carol Miller Stevenson
MAJOR GIFTS.' ENDOWMENT
Barbara Daugs Hunt, CHAIR
Mary Ann Jenkins
Charlene Rennoe
Frankie Frazier Roberts
Blanche Franklin Chilcote, ADVISORY Jacquelyn Struble Dinwiddie, ADVISORY MARKETING
Dot Waters Williams, CHAIR Rebecca Brown Davis Marilyn Rose Herman Carol Miller Stevenson Natalie Adkins, ADVISORY RUBY FUND
Audrey Hoenshell Hopkins, CHAIR Elizabeth Romine Coffey
Tricia High Conover
Dian Poole Volkmer
SCHOLARSHIP
Marilyn Rose Herman, CHAIR Kerry Rutemiller Ates
Gayle Fitzpatrick
Cynthia Swartzfager Visot
MEMBER MEMBER
VISION STATEMENT
The vision of the Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation is to ensure the continuation ofAlphaOmicronPiFraternityaswelookaheadtothechallenges ofthe21stcentury.
MISSION STATEMENT
The mission of the Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation is to fund programs, which promote the intellectual,ethicalandleadershipdevelopment ofmembersofAlphaOmicronPiFraternity and, through its philanthropic efforts, benefit the larger society.
PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE
Dear AON Sisters and Friends,
Your Foundation has had a very good year thanks to your support! The Foundation granted about $140,000 in awards made possible with your gifts during 1999-2000.
• $51,200 for Educational and Leadership Grants to the Fraternity.
• $22,250 for Scholarships to A01I collegians, graduate students and alumnae. • $43,500 Arthritis Research and the American Juvenile Arthritis Organization. • $23,800 for Ruby Fund Grants to your sisters in dire need.
The Foundation appreciated your commitment to continue your generous annual gifts while also supporting our new Headquarters Campaign. Annual giving is our opportunity to keep our successful programs strong, and to ensure that AOII is a Fraternity for the 21st century, as well as a Fraternity with a long and cherished history.
Two years ago the Foundation Board developed our three-year strategic plan. We continue to meet the many goals set by that plan. The support of AJAO (American Juvenile Arthritis Organization) was one of our new goals. We wanted to make AOIIs and others aware that arthritis is not just an "old person's" disease.
With your chapter fundraising efforts in addition to individual gifts, w e have been able to send 6 families to the Arthritis National Education Conferences, as well as young adults aged 18-25. We have also under- writtenseveralyoungadultbreakoutsessions. Thisyearwewillbeginofferingarthritismini-grantsso chapters can get donation credit tlirough the Foundation and still designate their funds to local arthritis chapters.
The President's Club, recognizing leadership in annual giving, was instituted. The 1897 Club, recognizing new graduates and young alumnae donors' annual support, also was instituted.
Our Ambassador Program enables the Foundation to reach sisters i n all parts o f the country b y sending representatives to local chapters. You can request an Ambassador to attend your Founders' Day, State Day or chapter meeting for a short Foundation presentation.
The Foundation will be celebrating its Silver Anniversary in 2002! Our goal is to increase the size of our unrestricted endowment to one million dollars and our grant dollars by 100%. We can't do this without your continued support. In addition to your annual support, become a member o f our Second Century Society or make a millennium pledge to our Endowment Fund. Or consider all three!
"To keep a lamp burning, you have to keep putting oil in it." Mother Teresa. That is a good message to remember as we look at financial needs for the coming years. The members of the Foundation thank you for helping to keep the lamp burning and ensuring AOll's financial future.
MEMBER
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Fraternally,
Jean E.Sells. Zeta
Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation President


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BENEFACTORS
The Foundation salutes these alumnae that have supported the Foundation over many years and have attained the top cumulative giving levels.
ALPHA BETA
Florida Atlantic University
FRIEND
Pamela Masucci
ALPHA BETA TAU
Thomas More College
SPONSOR
Buffie Rains
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Julie Metzger
FRIEND
Angie Diebold Ziegelmeyer
ALPHACHI
Western Kentucky University
ROSE CLUB
Rachel Allen
Jennifer Waddle Greulich Elaine James Kennedy-Morrow
WHEAT CLUB
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Jerrie Caney Bradshaw Juanita Overhults Brown Michelle Martin Graham Cassandra Henry Gray Ronda Finley Harmon Jennifer Williamson Severns Bianca Browning Warner
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FRIEND
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Wendy Carnahan
Christina Cunningham Kelley Kearney Dodd Rhonda Doyel Dotson Jenny Heidbrink
Leigh Ann Bristol Koch Nancy Lottes Luetkehans Lana Frensley Molnar Miekeye Morehead Murphy Martha Sharp
Leslie Spencer
Kasey Thomas
Anne Marie Moore Volkert Kelly Daniel Whitsell
ALPHA DELTA
University of Alabama
PI CIRCLE
Carole Jurenko Jones
RUBY CLUB
Janet Jurenko Brown
ROSE CLUB
Dolores White Rhodes
WHEAT CLUB
Laura Smith Courter Sherri Tucker Freeman Linde Tucker Pflaum Connie Pickett
Carol Bruno Rumorc
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Deborah Hood Riddle
Susan Jones Rohrer
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Leigh Hardwick Hardy
Maritzabel Rodriguez Hyde Lisa Lorino
Linda Curry Miller
Lynne Beason Rhodes Therese Rhodes
FRIEND
Kendra Bridwell Jennifer Peel Cullen Leigh Cobb Ellis Jenny Fleege
Christy Donald
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Mandy Williams Emley Marissa Fodera
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Kerry Gibson
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Lindsay Lisoski
Kelly Michael
Lindsay Neuweiler
Lisa Pinnero
Katie Smith
Michelle Smoker
Karen Hodges Stanfield Meggin Van Hook Sheifa Weddon
PEARL CLUB
Founders' Roll (S100.000 and above) Joyce Baca Lacerte, LAMBDA BETA
Ruby Club IK.OOO 10$9,999) *Norma Marshall Ackel, KAPPA THETA
Anne Witt Allison, OMICRON
Jane Beard, CHI DELTA
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Ginger Banks. Pi KAPPA JulieBrining.GAMMA DELTA
Helen Anderson Chown, ALPHA SIGMA Catherine Daugherty Cifers. OMICRON Peg Kramer Crawford, IOTA
Jacque Struble Dinwiddie, EPSILON ALPHA GayleFitzpatrick.ALPHA RHO JoBethWallingHeflin,Pi KAPPA Barbara Daugs Hunt, P H I D E L T A RuthMueller Kleymeyer. BETA PHI Carole Jurenko Jones. ALPHA DELTA TheJurenko Foundation
June Miller Lighty, LAMBDA MBNA
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Washington State University
ROSE CLUB
Sue Wayenberg Hinz
WHEAT CLUB
Trudy Roberts Abrams Linda Broeekel-Fry Opal Jenkin Hill Peggy Moss Ostrander Sue Daiger Schell
SPONSOR
Shama Bergquist Albright Stephanie Daley-Watson Judy Stein Falk
Linda Panasuk Seibold Denise Novacoff Sprague Pamela Ahlf Teglovic
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Jennifer Colwell
Suzanne Peterson Jaynes Julie Beckel Johnson Sharon Dinning Salzberg
FRIEND
Bonnie Johnson Aim Julie Babcock
Michelle Bircher Melissa Mudgett Borel Jamie Hills
Janelle Milodragovich Wendy Porter
Michele Weinman
Jen White
ALPHA KAPPA
University of Worth Alabama
ROSE CLUB
Laura Brush King
WHEAT CLUB
Theresa Collins Davis
SPONSOR
Mary Louise Barnes Ogle
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Carol Gundlach Hall
FRIEND
Karen Howington Snow
ALPHA LAMBDA
Georgia Southern University
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Buffie Johnson Jubard
Katie McDonald
FRIEND
April Bugg Leigh-Anne Burgess Jennifer Cole Christina Cooler Melissa Crider
Amy Dewease Megan Dodson
Elaine DeFranees Ellis
Marjorie Hunt Sanders
WHEAT CLUB
H ! Margaret Abshire
Lyle Maier Bayle
Bonnie Dunlap
Louise Smith Hall
Gayle Ahern Keller
Norma Nash McClure Sheila Vanderbrook Trahan
SPONSOR
Marilynn Larson Bordelon Vijean Piazza Burden Virginia Maddox Shepherd Jane Marker Snook
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Alice Reese Cooney Susan Parry Leake Kathleen Williams Meek Nancy Shaw Shahcen
FRIEND
Janet Looby Morgan Gladys Whilfield Murphy Barbara Helms Stone
ALPHA PHI
Montana State University
ALPHA CIRCLE
Blanche Franklin Chilcote
PEARL CLUB
Kathleen Vaughn Holm
ROSE CLUB
Diane Booth Granger Katherine Kane Helppie Margaret Moser Wallace
WHEAT CLUB
Jean Lenham Hansen Helen Wolf Hoffman Jacqueline Miner-Bean Mary Francesca Palffy Amy Pound
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Dorothy Dell Lough Margaret Simpson Nolan Patricia Erickson Odell Gyla Marmont Smith Lorene Stranahan Marillyn Pearson Thomas Daryl Davis Todd
Carol Raffl Vorpahl Ginger Stanley Walter
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Janis Anderson Armondo LaDonna Preuninger Bergman Laurie Galle Green
Vicki Sherick Hawkesworth


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Martha Pope Hutchison Eunice Hunt Hutton
Deni Jacobson
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Cori Gilman Roush Theresa Simpson
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ALPHA PI
Florida State University
OMICRON CIRCLE
*Angela Griley Creed
ROSE CLUB
Pam Mathis Thomas
WHEAT CLUB
Marjorie Carter Dillingham Karen Glendinning Givens Bobbie McFee James
Renie Hall Lehman
Carol Membert
SPONSOR
J o y c e H i x D a n n e c k e r Robyn Kimble Green Katharine Martin Guajardo Nancy Goldberg Henning Nan Cecil Rankin
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Bowling Green State University
FRIEND
Kristin Tomasko Brennan Lara Lee Hartman
Nikki Herman
Tina Hite
Kelly Pratt
Catherine Aiple Smith
ALPHA RHO
Oregon State University
PI CIRCLE
Gayle Fitzpatrick
ROSE CLUB
Carol Clark
Carol Cooper Jeannette Rice Hewitt Barb Bierer Long
WHEAT CLUB
Sarah Battelle
Molly Taylor Jackson
SPONSOR
Shirley Abrams Davis
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Carol Wrausman Berwald Jo Steagall Clark
Ann Peterson Overmyer Meredith Thomson Walters
FRIEND
Alvilda Pearson Hogansen Janice McDonald Wendolyn Hongo Peace Caroline Brown Pickering Marlene Johnston Read Colleen Hise Tilney
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University of Oregon
PI CIRCLE
Helen Anderson Chown
WHEAT CLUB
Joan Herbranson Agerter Maxine Martin Cramer Edith Clement La Borde
SPONSOR
Jeanette Harbert Anderson Joanne Maxfield Anderson Elinor Sakrison Bjorklund Mary Sexton Gordon Cheryl Fifer Hallquist
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Kentucky ttesleyan College
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V'illanova University
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Nina Mirabile Noska
Debra McGarry Ritchie
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Linda Norton
FRIEND
Kristine Hartley
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Judy Ormsby Bradley Carolyn Berry Brown Marilyn Gruhl Brownell Helen Samaras Coukoulis Alice Radford Haarup Marilynn Heim
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Carol Miller Stevenson, Omega; Barbara Daugs
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Jean Mitchell Green Susan Kellogg
Mildred Borger Prentice
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Coe College
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Peggy Hoffmann Fermier Janet Osborne
Jennifer Potter Teget
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Theresa Simon
BETA GAMMA
Michigan State University
RUBY CLUB
Irene Wagar Oestrike
PEARL CLUB
Helen Lee Foster
ROSE CLUB
Pat Velliquette Koproski Marylyn Hileman Neuder Char Brown Rennoe
WHEAT CLUB
Molly Howell
Arley Berwald Hulstrand Ann Reed Meredith
Milly Schiele Neuder Joanne Nelson Nowak Donna Messenger Rowe Sandra Obeshaw Slee Carol Des Jardins Wilcox
SPONSOR
Jane Engel Allen
Bonnie Scudder Baker Marjorie Dinan Bouck Anne MacMillan Clule Jeanne Gamble Hillmer Sally Vegors Janis
Wilma Helfrich Malarik Barbara Spehar Millington Suzann Price Norton Constance Quigley Overby Marcia Ruhling
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International President; Frankie Frazier Roberts, Nu Beta.
BETA EPSILON
Leslie Haack Kuizema
Irma Shumway Martinson Vicky Evans Piatt
Virginia McAfee Richmond Brande Schaefer
Cari Suchan
Kristen Aversa Turner
Anne LeMense Walker
BETA KAPPA
University of British Columbia
WHEAT CLUB
Lillian Johanson Holeton
SPONSOR
Shirley Venables Hammond
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Dorothy Breeze Trisha Home Marjorie Stevens
FRIEND
Jill Roycroft Johncox
BETA LAMBDA
Illinois Wesleyan University
PEARL CLUB
Ingrid Latimer Schulz
ROSE CLUB
Sheila Starkey Kaurin Lorrie Johnson Leahigh Lisa Setlak Roth
WHEAT CLUB
Lorie Bergstrom Bleyer Jacqueline Susie Koustrup Cyndy Ritzier Pulick
Lisa Dieter
Stephanie Fong
Betsy Frick
Kelly Grady
Abbey Haag
Heather Hume
Samantha Janci
Kim Karger
Kori Keel
Melissa Keysor
Catherine Roberts Lavigne Sarah Lessick
Nancy Idoux Lonsdale Debbie Mackoway Marilee Muirhead Elizabeth Notz
Jaimi Pauley Teresa Phillips Megan Richards Sarah Sechrest Suzanne Shields Sharon Stowe Diane Tasic Jennifer Wilson Stephanie Wilson Ginger Yarger
BETA PHI
Indiana University
PI CIRCLE
Ruth Mueller Kleymeyer
RUBY CIRCLE
Patricia Kooken Golgart Peggy Thomas Mclntire Lisa Niedenthal
Mary Ann Beckman Zabel
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Diana Hamann Ruschhaupt Ruth Vedell Schaaf
Angie Scott
Cheryl Regan Sharps
FRIEND
Karen Dunn Blosser
Nancy Bardonncr Bossert
Ann Burton Bubar
Mary Crouse
Paula Davenport
Jennifer Dewees
Beverly Hurst Erdmann
Carol Makielski Flora
Donna Bolt Hoover
Billie Jean Marsh Hurt Michelle Method Jacobs Roberta Taylor Kilborn
Judith Howard McCarty Kerrie Hoaglin Meyer
Julia Speer Miley
Maxine Roberts Mitchell Sheri Seigneur Phelps
Becky Rasteiter
Leah Mitchell Rohrbach
Kay Ward Salisbury Antonietta Femminella Scalzo Deborah Packard Tarn
Alice Clark Thode
Marcy Watson
Yvonne Beavin Welty
Somer Wilson
BETAPI
Eastern Michigan University
WHEAT CLUB
Cynthia Given
Barbara Zolnierczak
SPONSOR
Ingrid Blom Sheldon
Mary Ann Kirr Stephens
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Linda Heaton Grates Sandra Sklar Pollock Joyce Zielinski Szymanski Sally Gustavson Taylor
FRIEND
Lynn Collins Charron Sharon Ward Ross
BETA RHO
University of Montana
ROSE CLUB
Kathryn Timra
WHEAT CLUB
Barbara Wilson Ifft
FRIEND
Susan Whitney Kurtz Erica Melander Liput
BETA SIGMA
Boise State University
SPONSOR
Karen Kuhn Ralstin
BETA TALi
University of Toronto
WHEAT CLUB
Heidi Slusar Harris
Margaret McKee Pattison
SPONSOR
Diana Speaight Pilsworth
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Susan Corben Byram Jean Snider Hoadley Helen Boston Kennedy Wilma Purdy Warriner
FRIEND
Megan Archer
Karen Baxter
Jeanne Craig
Diann Scrutton Evans Michelle Farris Brenda Lum
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Alumnae enjoy visiting at a Foundation donor brunch during Leadership Institute 2000.
Front, l-r,ElizabethHummel, Zeta; RebcTraber, Upsilon; Dorothy Robinson,NuLambda. Back,l-r,JeanieSells,Zeta, Foundation President; MarilynHerman, Upsilon, ScholarshipChair; Peg Crawford, lota,PastInternationalPresidentandmember ofthe FoundationSecondCenturySociety.
Judith Keck Hutchison Nancy Setter Karl Margie Arbaugh Lamar Susan Anderson Parma Mary Lee Dierker Reiter Mary McElwain Sewell Sharon Van Fleet
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Deborah Henderson Arney Eleanor Yockers Becher Cheryl Blasdel
Yvonne Tobias Burry Dawn Cedervall
Crystal Paine Compese Patricia Smith Ewen Carolyn Sukla Faulkner Joan Dorau Hohorst Pamela Jones
Elaine Sterling Lindquist Gerry Prince Parker
Rila Phelan
Millicent deBelle Whitwell
FRIEND
Ada Smith Anderson Frances Ladwig Benson
Christine Roberts
Dana Cantarano
Allison Dever
Gia DiStefano
Gretchen England
Payton Frey
Amanda Friedland
Heather Frisbie
Julie Gallegos
Margaret Brady Garmaker Cecilia Falgien Green Kathrynne Green
Ethnic Groves
April Hebard
Joy Henika
Gina Inzana
Jennifer Johnson Chelsea Jordan
Karri Karsh
Nicole Branch King Tamsen Moreland Megan Potochniak Catherine Rawlinson Netti Riggs
Katy Rossiter
Amy Rubin
Abby Schroeder
Heather Sciambia Ashley Shepardson Katie Southwick Melissa Speaker Erin Stephens Natasha Strokan Lisa Walk
Katie Ward
Elizabeth Williams Heidi Wise
Karen Wolf
CHI EPSILON
The Ohio State University
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Jenny Ellis Powell
FRIEND
Leigh Demshar Sarah Schantz Ellis Brooke Enderle Alissa Glickman Abigail Rosenberger Amy Troxel
CHI LAMBDA
University of Evansville
RUBY CLUB
Liz Romine Coffey
ROSE CLUB
Toni Reitz
Anne Buechlein Wilmes
WHEAT CLUB
Rebecca Admire Herman Cecile Klamer
Linda Capin Paine
Lois Ryon Schmidt Victoria Johnson White
SPONSOR
Billie Stirn Borders Anita Horn
Margaret Kinkel
Karen Holscher Maudlin Anne Powell
Susan Sander Riggs
Pamela Lindsey Raster Marjorie Zurstadt Soyugenc Sue Blaine Wehrman
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Virginia Beesley
Jane Mengon Bernhardt Shana Stuntz Brownlee Maria McQueen Keppler Carolyn Ruschmeier Marcus Rebecca Creech Nimnicht Lynn Foshee Reed
FRIEND
Ashley Ball
Jeanne Carter
Angie Crawford Cristen Gazlay-Loeb April Harris
Nicole Loveless
Kelly Pedigo Maddux Julie McDonald Jennifer Moore
Julia Norris
Heidi Pell
Karla Petit
Johonna Pollack Jamie Porter
Anne Reed
Suzette Russo Rickert Cyndi Rowley
Laura Russ
Laura Searcy
Angie Smith
Christy Steimel Lindsey Stout
Dina Seib Willming Julie Wood
Stacy Yeater
CHI OMICRON
Central State University
PEARL CLUB
Linda Peters Collier
ROSE CLUB
Linda Patterson Braden
Mary Jennings Katschke
WHEAT CLUB
Pat Howard-Peebles
CHI PSI
California Polytechnic State University SPONSOR
Andrea Dill
Sally Lawler Ducklow
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Juliet Wilson Freeland
Kirstie Macpherson
FRIEND
Julie Bonner Aimee Burch
Ali Doyle Kristie Ewing Renee Hoffner Julie Johnston Dana Longinetti Alysen Mayes Stacy McKisson Marci Murphy Caryn Pedrotti Lesa Perry
Heidi Jo Hutchens Phillips Carisue Proctor-Bench Michele Scott
Norma Fleming Stark Christina Underwood Sarah Walker
Leslie Wilburn Erika Wolf
CHI SIGMA
Centenary College
FRIEND
Gloria Foster Quinlan
CHI THETA
Northeastern State University
FRIEND
Michelle Clifton Cooper Anita Hylton
BETA THETA
Butler University
ALPHA CIRCLE
Anonymous
ROSE CLUB
Mary Alice Burch Fizer
WHEAT CLUB
Virginia Sheely Thompson
CHI
Syracuse University
RUBY CIRCLE
Martha Garrahan Hazard
ROSE CLUB
Lorraine Chanatry-Howell
Adell W oessner Meacham
WHEAT CLUB
Barbara Ernst Bruening
Lee Colangelo
Carolyn Oliver Collier Ada May Marshall Fearon Helen Bogosta Gilbert Ruth Marsh Haggerty Mary Brodbeck Peterson
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Marie Harcharufka Dixon Margaret Wootton Dow Jane Ann Flynn
Wynn Baker Kamps
Alice Watson Marcy
Joyce Santa Maria Martin
Shirley Sears Mills
Jo Ann Wallace
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FRIEND
Jean Karcher Eldred
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CHI ALPHA
SPONSOR
Theresa Workman Jones
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Sarah Christo!
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FRIEND
Krista Conover
Wendy Gallup Geis Nicole Gould
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Krishnia Parker Jennifer Kahsen Pearce Audrey Potts-Hess Darla Bayer Rosenthal Elizabeth Shapiro
CHI BETA
University of Virginia
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Shelly Nielsen Christine Smith
CHI DELTA
University of Colorado
RUBY CIRCLE
Jane Beard
Joan Lott Starika Elizabeth Shinn Thornton
PEARL CLUB
Becky Shook Weinberg
ROSE CLUB
Sue Reid Mattern
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WHEAT CLUB
Martha Idell Anderson Marcia Hunt Brewer
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Kathy Tribbey Fitzgerald
ROSE CLUB
Karen Norene Mills
Gail Englehart Bromgard Amelia Brown
Carole Krez Foran Carolyn Kober Howerton
Diane Panagakis Mary Rose White
Rouman
COLLEGIATE CHAPTERS
Top chapters in total giving:
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Top chapters in per capita giving:
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ALUMNAE CHAPTERS
Top chapters in total giving:
Southern OrangeCo.,CA Phoenix, AZ
St. Louis,MO
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Greater Los Angeles, CA Southern Orange Co.,CA


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Lisa Raff Neitzel Kristina Palos
Beth Clarke Russell Stefanie Stevens Singer Sandi Smith
Heidi Stanfill
Jaime Stoeckle
Shirley Anthony Swasey Christina Tillman
DELTA THETA
Texas Woman's University
ROSE CLUB
Lisa Dutt
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Paula Covington
Teresa Rogido Cramer
Shellhorse
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Kim Mason McCollom
FRIEND
Kimberly Doyle Dean Ali Dust
Heather Dewey Wagner
Ellen Cogen Lewis
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Blanche Downing Penniman at Lafayette
DELTA DELTA
Auburn University
PI CIRCLE
Windy Perkins
ROSE CLUB
Merrilyn Cook
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WHEAT CLUB
Reta Allen McKannan
Adrianne Smith Wallace
SPONSOR
Louise Jackson Cole Dorothy Doten
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FRIEND
Laura Bentley
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Alyce Buchanan
Ardine Armistead Buchanan EHsha Burge
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Natalie Carlton
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DeAnn Dennis
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Ansley Hanson
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Dina Kanellos
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Susan Lindsey
Gabriela Lovshin
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Betty Nichols Ryberg Heather Seay
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Leah Sproull
Katie Thompson
Martha Williams Thompson Ashley Walker
Erin Walsh
DELTA OMEGA
Murray State University
PEARL CLUB
Mary Matarazzo Bryant
ROSE CLUB
Susan Pace Brodnan
WHEAT CLUB
Jo Heibert Fields
Deborah Hunter
SPONSOR
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SUSTAINING MEMBER
Sherri Lynn Skelton Baker Cheryl Simmons Broster Theresa Dover Chandler Jennye Long Curtis
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DELTA
Tufts University
ROSE CLUB
Constance Clark Blanchard
Annabelle Robbins
WHEAT CLUB
SPONSOR
Caryl Magnus Boyden
Caroline Dyer Norrington
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Ellen Lunden Angus
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Sandra Giordano
Diana Bentley Grenier Norma Reed Heinold Fairlee Towsley Hersey Marie Kean Hewey
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FRIEND
Lisa Baxter
Beth Bergman
Jessica Branco
Kelly Carmody
Winis Chane
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Alyssa Dubin
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Eva Kvedar Kodis Stacy Kramer
Marie Herlihy Ledden Sarah Methe
Maria Schiff
Janet Siegel
Pamela Sinel
Meigan Thompson Carolin Topelson
Nina Varanelli
DELTA ALPHA
University of Missouri Columbia
WHEAT CLUB
Rochelle Rasnic Wait
ROSE CLUB
Nancy Tuttle Boisture
WHEAT CLUB
Karen Willis Bernard
Florence Sanders Jones
SPONSOR
Bette Lewis Armentor Carol Bonnet Smith-Neal Tyra Caire Treadway
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Joan Brooks Landry
FRIEND
Elizabeth Darnare'
Gail Jindra Dugas
Jenny Bower Fair
Mary Elizabeth Hamilton Sue Arbsland Sowell Summer Steib
DELTACHI
University of Delaware
WHEAT CLUB
Andrea Hausner Lehman
SPONSOR
Ruth Souders Bissot Tricia Tobiasz Brink Kimberly Altemus Carroll Pamela Falle Clay
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SUSTAINING MEMBER
Sarah Connolly Stewart
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FRIEND
Hilary Cornell
Diane Nissen Gamgochian Amiee Herbert Gold
Robin Seidenstat Haack
State University of New York FRIEND
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University of Louisiana
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Kathryn VanBramer Melissa Vesely
DELTA RHO
DePaul University
FRIEND
Dana Balzano
Erin Blaszkowski Anna Dynia
Nicole Milen
Michelle Orth
Heidi Speckman Shannon Stacey Aleksandra Wlodarska
Emily Anguiano
Charity Copeland
Kathleen Budnick Hopman Laura Miller
Gwen Mitchek
Stephanie Espinoza Rendon
DELTA UPSILON
Duke University
ROSE CLUB
Suzanne Inabnit Bowman WHEAT CLUB
Marybeth Levin Lapham Judith Wagoner Pahren Wendy Erlenbach Ransbury


SPONSOR
Ellen Brady Alben Beth Peters Fagg Karen Semper Yolanda Smith
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Stephanie Green
Anita Walter
FRIEND
Sharon Cummings
Paula Litner Friedman Amy Steinberger Kishter Hoi lace Shantz Le Lievre Alisa Nave
Delaney Steele
Margaret Stewart
EPSILON
Cornell University
ROSE CLUB
Margaret Weekes Hendrickson
WHEAT CLUB
Bonnie Kauffman DeLaMater
SPONSOR
June Jacobi Gillin Patricia Haller Harbach Elinor Baier Kennedy Kathryn Altemeier Yohn
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Wendy Breckenridge
Joan Unkelbach Bruns Mabel Klisch Deal
Sandra Stroope Dupcak Arlene Loede Hanley Rosalie Weiss Hemingway Alice Quinn Lee
Joan Minnock
FRIEND
Clarissa Dedrick Carabateas Marci Levine
Virginia Dahm Myles
Lisa Herron Oros
Katrina Peck Overton Alicia Schwartz
Eva Stern Steadman Joyce McClusky Zweibel
EPSILON ALPHA
Pennsylvania State University
PI CIRCLE
Jacque Struble Dinwiddie
RUBY CLUB
Mimi Decker Mortensen
PEARL CLUB
Barbara Engstrom Schumacher
ROSE CLUB
Shirley Camp Belke Nancy Baier Gilbert Mary Anderson Hilton
WHEAT CLUB
Carolyn Leworthy Bachmann Inga Scheyer Book
Marilyn Minor Haas
Dorothy Jennings
Betty Widger Johler Marion Eberts Johnson Barbara Torrence Nelson Alyce George Schnabel Madge Terwilliger
Louise Everitt Zimmerman
SPONSOR
Elizabeth Eagelman Alexander Barbara Mattern Babb
Mary Dubin Donahue
Dawn George Eichelberger Anne Patterson Fitzpatrick Nancy Penrod Forrest
Doris Rumage Hellmund Ann Morris Hibbard
Jenny Knauer Johnson Barbara Frederick Junker Janet Holmes Linsenmaier Kelley Lynch
Barbara Moser
Elaine Miele Pasmore
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Terese Moslak Sutor
SUSTAINING MEMBER
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Marilyn Dumm Dickinson Kay Regan Estock
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Nikki Miceli
Myrrel Rewbridge Overdorff
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Sarah McKean Young
Sue Abell Ziegler
FRIEND
Tammy Andruchowitz Margaret White Biederman Miriam Gaige Blaisdell Becky DeLong
Nancy Nelsen Evers
Elizabeth Mellor Graul Courtney Kane Elizabeth Lewis
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Christie Miller
Jessica Miller
Adele Miskie
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Jennifer Pax
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Jennifer Steele
Jennifer Stern
Marie Vizza
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EPSILON CHI
Eton College
SPONSOR
Monique Caron McAdams
Jessica McCauley
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Nancy Thornhill Nicks
FRIEND
Tracy Cournoyer Denise Denkinger Jessica Floyd
Lisa Fort
Emily Gatewood Amanda Harrington Amy Hedrick
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Missy McAleer Jennifer McCumber Rachel McPhillips Heather Myers
Jennifer Oehlke
Lesley Siler
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Ashley Varney
Amanda Vos
Christy Waterman
EPSILON GAMMA
Universify of Northern Colorado
FRIEND
Rue Elmore
Erin Paul
Desiree Williamson
EPSILON IOTA
Eastern Illinois University
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Dixie Alms
The Moore family of Memphis, Tennessee, attended a 1999 AJAO conference thanks to family scholarships
provided by the AOllFoundation.
FRIEND
EPSILON OMEGA Pamela Boley Eastern Kentucky University Kelly Carson
PRESIDENT'S
CLUB 1999-2000
SPONSOR
Allison Allgier
Carol Freytag
Rebecca Greer Rogers
FRIEND
Whitney Clay
Amy Brumfield demons Tammy Gee Curtis
Angie DcSensi
Leslee Hamilton
Lori Hummel
Kimberly Jones
Krista Stuntz Ledington Maria Maile
ETA
University of Wisconsin
SPONSOR
Elizabeth King Ellen
C a r o l S c h m i t t W o e r p e l
F R I E N D
June Dhein Ninnow
GAMMA
University of Maine
ROSE CLUB
Jennifer Patel Cousins
WHEAT CLUB
Annette Simoneau Bliss Barbara Higgins Bodwell Joan Drake
Catharine Rowe
SPONSOR
Mildred Haney Berdeen Phyllis Jordan Hanson Wilma Brown Miller Valerie Smith Stimpson Ruth Holland Walsh
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Alicia Coffin Corea Thelma Crossland Robie Elizabeth Barker Taverner
FRIEND
Frances Sawyer Alford Nancy Pistaki Chard Leslie Keith
Kara Lauze
Marjorie W oodman Miller Jo-Anne Shibles
GAMMA ALPHA
George Mason University
WHEAT CLUB
Ann ConJon Griesmer Janet Haher Rawl Dawne Bennett Ward
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Jennifer Riegel McGown Gay Trumbull Porter
Beth Clements Ami Cwalina liana Demko Tien Do-Suarez Angie Goff
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Kelly Vossler Morris Kim Braun Nisco Erin Ogburn
Erin Pauling
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Talia Saez
Liz Schoonover Jaimee Stringer
GAMMA BETA
Indiana University of Pennsylvania ROSE CLUB
Karen Weigel
SPONSOR
Laurie Slenker Stauffer Cathy Connelly Wieand Phyllis Zaremba
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Lori Bigham Walters
FRIEND
Karen Fredericks Robin Pilardi Gibson Kathryn Kresge Carol Irish Smith
GAMMACHI
Carieton University
FRIEND
Dee Campbell
Ann Cobbe
Kristina Hunt
Karen Anderson Santos
GAMMA DELTA
University of South Alabama
PI CIRCLE
Julie Brining
PEARL CLUB
Robin Mansfield Wright
WHEAT CLUB
Judi Foster Gulledge
SPONSOR
Joanna Garner Burleson
Susan Kennedy Yonehiro
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Beth Hardy Katy Sapio
President's Club members donate $1,000 or more annually to the Foundation.
'Norma Marshall Ackel Mildred Frazee Allen
Anne Witt Allison
Elizabeth Craig Amundson Mary Hibbett Andrews Helen Gogela Austin
Ginger Banks AliceAraiVaughan Floyd Barge Jane Beard
Bill Hudson & Assoc. Eleanor KingBlank
June Greer Bogle Suzanne Inabnit Bowman JulieBrining
Janet Jurenko Brown Mary Matarazzo Bryant MelissaCoursonCarson Marianne Davies Carton PhyllisHobbsCauffiel Lonaine Chanarry-Howell LisaAckerman Cheeley Blanche FranklinChilcote HelenAndersonGrown Elizabeth RomineCoffey Marcia Courson
Caroline Craig
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GayleFitzpatrick
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Linda Hendrixson Fuson
Patricia Kooken Golgart
Margaret Damon Goodlund
Jacqueline Ueckcr Guiser
Joan Moore Hancock
Beverly Haver Harris
MarthaGarrahan Hazard
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The Jurenko Foundation
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SECOND CENTURY SOCIETY
Membership i n the Second Century Society is open to a special group o f alumnae and friends w h o have made provisions f o r the Alpha Omicron Pi Foundation through a planned gift commitment. Members o f the Second Century Society recognize the need for the AOII 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 howyoucanjoin the Second Century Society, and leave a legacy forfuture generations of sisters, please contact the Foundation office at (615) 370-0920.
The AOII Foundation further honors sisters and friends as PATRONS of the Second Century Society, whoin 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 1999-2000 SCS Members.
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Nancy Perry Bowers. Nu OMICRON
Jo Anne Breilmeyer. Pi KAPPA
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Phyllis Hobbs Cauffiel. THETA PI
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Carol Clark. ALPHA RHO
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Linda Peters Collier. CHI OMICRON
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Robin Brodnicki Merrill
FRIEND
Connie Spray Barker Joan Pais Gardiner Rachel Hunter Kistner Stacy Adams Wall
River Falls
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Roxanne Cilek Kalk Janet Karl
Andrea Stetzer Melissa Joyce Stone
PI CIRCLE
June Miller Lighty
PEARL CLUB
Muriel Boyd Longinotti
ROSE CLUB
Marjorie Schlichtmann Herrero
Evelyn Pleasant Johnson
WHEAT CLUB
Jacquelyn Cannon Bonnett
Jean Hiler Maroder
SPONSOR
Barbara Odenheimer Dority Fran Bennett Kirkwood Helen Hoefer Olsen
Martha Shutts Orr
Virginia Clausen Pickrell Marilou Sutter Tomblin
LAMBDA BETA
California State University Long Beach
FOUNDERS' ROLL
Joyce Baca Lacerte
RUBY CLUB
Caroline Craig
PEARL CLU8
Elizabeth Craig Amundson
WHEAT CLUB
Winona Johnson-Harding
April Ringwald Monroe
SPONSOR
Tracy Crandall
Donna Bittmann Kasper Lynnette White McMahon Joan Griffin Russell
Stacy Schemenauer Juliana Doran Springer Susan Umphrey-Frazier
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Stacy Chaplin Bogin
Laura Jacques Boyer Celeste Bauchiero Brandlin Lori Conti
Gina Zofrea Fish
Jenny Giannini
Irene Johnson
Jodi Masumoto
Kathi Niffenegger
FRIEND
LAMBDA IOTA
University of California San Diego
ROSE CLUB
Susan Davies
Bobbe Chilcote Monteleone
WHEAT CLUB
Jennifer Beedon Nashashibi
SPONSOR
Laura Bloom Doyle
Stephanie Putnoky
Susan Stone
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Lori Curci-Reed
Kristen Peterson
Heather Scott
FRIEND
Jill Eggebraaten Delorey Cyndy Forsythe
Celeste Musick
Erika Toraya
LAMBDA PHI
University of Wisconsin Whitewater
SPONSOR
Mary Steele Bixby
LAMBDA SIGMA
University of Georgia
PI CIRCLE
Dot Waters Williams
ROSE CLUB
Judith Bagby
Evelyn Bird
Lisa Ackerman Cheeley Francis Salisbury Davis Melanie Nixon Doyle Joni Farmer Frobos Joyce Morway
Lois Johnson Shorn Ruth Estes Trager
WHEAT CLUB
Donna Gude Barwick Charlotte Gaulding Cook Carole Thomas Davis Pamela Former Denham Diane Evans Dooley Sarah Lemmond Green Karen Pope Han
Katy Cox Johnson
KAPPATAU
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WHEAT CLUB
Yvonne Daigre Landry
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Patti Thompson Dowie SUSTAINING MEMBER
Michelle Charest Funk
Theresa McKay Gomez
FRIEND
Sherrill Doolittle Kearney Diana Pollock Mowen Sonja Ragusa
KAPPA THETA
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RUBY CLUB
*Norma Marshall Ackel
PEARL CLUB
Thelma Culverson
ROSE CLUB
Elsie Tomboulian Harutunian
Jane Campion Leininger
WHEAT CLUB
Mary Leigh Watters Blek Marilyn Braun Born Patricia Eggers Gerty Judy Hasche
Mignon Macurda Stannard Jean Cook Steinberger Elizabeth Wright Witt Kristy Koestner Young
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Nearly $24,000 in Ruby Fund grants was awarded to sisters in dire need -your gifts made the difference!
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Kaye Brown Martin Ellen Day McClure Pamela Lyons Moore Sharon Reece Neff Elizabeth Silva
Linda Price Sullivan
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Kay Lawrence Buck Lois Lafollette Lewis Mandy Martin Lohfink Yancey Mason
Karen Mazzanti Randolph
Ellen Sumner
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Laura Scoggins Achord Marcia Rominc Albritton Liz Barron
Wendi Bennett
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Becky Johnson Calvert Christy Campbell Whitney Canterbury Katy Cone
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Kelly Krouse Gabe Christine Gaskill Shannon Gates
Lauren Gent
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Paula Herring
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Hope Kizer-O'Briant Courtney Kraft
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NU IOTA
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Linda Schwartz Grandolfo
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Kathleen Conver
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Paula Mudge LeRoy
Janet Bong Lockhart
Marcia Davis Moser
Nancy Wargo
Cynthia Paul Wayland
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Audrael Tremblay Chiricotti Dottie Hayes Cutlip
Barbara Pautz Murray
Jan Luksic Skeldon
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NU OMICRON
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Angie Dimmig
Jenny Fiolka
Evelyn Gaudutis
Esther Hinterhauser
Anita Ebert Juengling Maureen Kempa
Claudia Cieciwa McGrath Kale Moritz
Geraldine Chalifoux Parr Michelle Rasmussen Charlotte Kuebker Renehan Eloise Skulborstad Rogers Jenny Smith
Mary Condon Soko!
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Carol Emmerling Sawyer Joan Hoffman Smith Nancy Schrader Young
WHEAT CLUB
B J George Chandler
Janie Kesling Crawford Dorothy Bishop Garber Juanita Sakajian Haugen Corinne McCann
Dorothy Keen Robinson Teresa Del Gianni Rushing Elizabeth Abbott Siegmund
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Marilyn Beaudry-Corbett Alison Marshall Boynton Patricia Jones Finer Radene Gordon-Beck Leslie Friedberg Michaels Elaine Soost
Nancy Bates-Lane Yankura
Pamela Baclawski
Ardeen Weil Hoke
Sharon Dziubla Huxhold
Lois Bender Merwin
Jennifer Obirek
Marilynn Pemberton Schroeder ROSE CLUB Janice Wostratzky Voight
Christine Zielinski
I anderbilt University
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A givingclub started in1999-2000. Donors shown in The 1897 Club are new alumnae who have given their first alumnae gift to the Foundation.
RUBY CLUB
June Greer Bogle
PEARL CLUB
Mary Hibbelt Andrews
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Alice Ann Vaughan Barge Marianna McAllister LaRue Mary Louise Lakoff McMillan Liz Chaffin Ramsey
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Barbara Dunn Hack Virginia Carson Hofstetter Irene Koerner
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Patricia Burnett Rhodes Sara West Robertson Stephanie Crews Sundock Jayne Ann Owens Woods
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Jane Menendez Fall
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Gloria Enochs LaRoche Katie Walsh Lloyd
Martha Peeler Moore
Sally Baum Nordlund Frances Miller Owen
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Ann Dejournette Rounsevell Rebecca Lasley Sawyer Jenny Shapiro
Jane Smallwood Stearns Deborah Harper Stillwell Margaret McKeel Tate
Betty Brunner Williford
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Hope Heck
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Kelly Hoskins AnitaHylton
Kristi Rose Jackson Angie Johnson Jennifer Johnson Amanda Knouse Amanda Leissoo Lindsay Lewis Mary Beth Lord Virginia Lundy Maria Mailc Jeannette Mandycz Kelli Mathis
Katie McKenna
Rachel McPhillips AndreaBillingsleyMelvin JanelleMilodragovich Kelly Vossler Morris
Nita Lanier Shanks Stephanie Sneed
Catie Stiehl
Shery Stovall
Tiffany Tarrant
Cathy Albright Turner Hannah Vaughan Leana Wallace
Megan West
Charlotte Norred Whin Melanie Wilson
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Janet West Friedrich Carol Strong
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OMEGA
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Margaret Barr Amos
Frances Boothe Kende
WHEAT CLUB
Estelle Carrel Baldwin Dorothy Taylor Begovich Linda Fitzgerald
Alice Peterson Harrison Susan Davies Holtkamp Carol Fiala Jacob
Kay Lockridge
Rachel Allen LeighWilkinson Beasley Laura Bcntley
Jamie Breaux
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Leigh-Anne Burgess Heather Burkeen
Farrah Cen'entano
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Alicia Cook
Krishna Crichton
Kristyl Cuenca
Sharon Cummings Christina Cunningham Stephanie Curton AndreaTrimarche Demarest Leigh Demshar
Kari Durham
Sarah Eydam
Michelle Farris
Nicole Figueroa
Jennifer Fleege
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Amber Franks
Kimberly Franks
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Mary Edwards Speed Whitney Van Arsdel
Joan Mcintosh Van Hulzen Beverly Cate Waites Virginia Osborn Warner
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Helen Dornbusch Beard Andrea Beck
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Jordan Donley
Marguerite LaRue Gleiinon Heather Haigh
Katie Hammond
Clare Heburn
Sarah Waites Hennig
Camy Swafford Hughey Emily Jordan
Martha Kelley
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Sonya Kramer
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Doreen Linneman
Allison Maas
Gwen Shipp Moore
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Amanda Dickinson Pommerenck Colleen Reilly
Alysia Robertson
Jill Rosenberg Murry
Farrah Myrick
Shana Novak
Jessica Orsini Katherine Panerson Andrea Perry
Hunter Phillips
Kelly Pratt
Suzanne Rian
Karla Riemenschneider Nancy Riley
Shawn Russell Melanie Sanchez Mandy Sanders Beck> Schoonover Dottie Slemmer Jennifer Smith
Jill Soost
Stefanie Stannard Margaret Stewart Melissa Joyce Stone Chelsea Tripp Jessica Trowbridge Megan West MelanieWilson
Sandra Merry Nix
Gail Saville O'Brien
Marny Snyder Petersen
Ruth Tallman Pifer
Ruth Brandeberry Schaffner Barbara Wahls Seaman
Rita Karrick Strebel
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Ruth Kugele Baker
Nancy Kiehborth Brewer Kathy Holden Dahler
Nancy McConnaughy Ehrman Judy Eschmeyer Evans Sandra Lang Helwig
Barbara Henritze
Deborah Busch James Dorothy Bertram Johnson Bettie Bocsche Keating Diane Gillian Lantz
Kim Bestgen Luczywo Nancy Shanks Marburger Patricia McCandless
Naomi Giffin McPherson Olive Jones Miller
Marilyn Zielke Sweeney Joyce Gruber Williams
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Barb Jones Amato
Margie Struble Arnold
Jean Daueherty Beckdahl Penny Dunfee Blankcnship Virginia Weyman Getter Barbara Durr Gruver Sharon Lowry Lang
Mary Lou Wheeler Omeis Mary Lou Caldwell Pross Ora Champion Robishaw Martha Pontius Shablesky Betsy Boles Smith
Roberta Smith
Krista Malmquist Whipple
"Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much" Helen Keller
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Mallory Prestlien Cangialosi Mildred Austin Clark Darlene Hall Jackson
Daisy Comer Knudsen
Patti Peter Lingenberg Elizabeth Mosher Marilyn Lyman Palmer Lisbeth Butler Prows Lisa Anderson Scott
FRIEND
Orlene Klinker Bowers Susan Niemi Feldman Alana Packer Hansen Cynthia Nolting Krol Anne Hattery Stevens Helen Waterbury
Katharine Bankston Cross Julie Martin Efferson Laurie Fisher
Daisy Tucker Foster Melna Smith Henderson Barbara Hill
Julia Gambill Ledyard Elizabeth Huppler Lee Elizabeth Lichter Amie Boyd Marks
Joy McAfee
Kathryn McClure Caroline Tate McNeilly Margaret Milam
Alice Taylor Parks
Carol Armistead Parrent Sarah Parker Peay
Joyce Hailey Proctor Rena Dreskin Schoenberg
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Shirley MacLean Aiken Erin Erwine Ascher
Jeanne Grigsby Bookwalter Linda Foy Boothe
Barbara Rowe Chernus Nancy Biddle Doan
Sandra Sommer Dominick Jennifer Miller Hendrickson Zoe Wertz Hittner
Debra Stevens Jacobson Nina Hale McGory Laura O'Neill
Dorothy Karstaedt Osier Melissa Parsons
Paula Pletcher
OMEGA OMICRON
Lambuth University
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Betsy Clayton Heaberg
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Catherine Dickey
Rheaetta Farrar Wilson
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Mildred Harris
Ann Myers Lowery Mary Taylor McClellan Anita High Myers
Jan Forsythe Teer
FRIEND
Carol Gaddie Barnes Paula Beasley
Vauneida Henton
Ruth Everett Morrison Elesha Johnson Reid Margaret Shelton Rebecca Anthony Smith Rebecca Smith Truett
OMEGA UPSILON
Ohio University
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Stacia Waltz
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Kim Jones Ardner Carly Bella
Jill Coen
Barbara Nicol Coleman Meredith Dickson Nikki Frezel
Kristy Janko
Jill Loeliger
Laura Manczewski Jennifer Meade
Jill Nelson
Julie Arnheim Price Amy Robinson Emily Stage
Nikki Stottlemyer Dianne Syme
OMEGA XI
Morehead State University
SPONSOR
Anne Adams
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Christine Wendeln Swink
FRIEND
Betsy Payne Watson
OMICRON
University of Tennessee Knoxville
RUBY CLUB
Anne Witt Allison
ROSE CLUB
Janet Williams Crawley Linda Hendrixson Fuson Joan Moore Hancock Carol Ann Leslie Wilson
WHEAT CLUB
Virginia Hasson Bruner
Jan Carpenter
Betty Chambers Christenberry Clara Slack Farmer
Ann Alley Kington
Jane Evins Leonard
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Missy Walsh Pittman
Ruby Lawson Robertson Sherry Fisher Tarwater
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Courtney Lynch
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Whitney Potter
Jan Witt Purkey
Meredith Richards
Joy Phifer Rogers
Lynn Reagan Samuels
Jenny Scruggs
Melissa Smalling
Jane Pate Vondy
Emily West
OMICRON PI
University of Michigan
RUBY CLUB
Janet Osgood Lawson
PEARL CLUB
Jeanne Lindsey Butler
Judith Lacina
ROSE CLUB
Herminia Perez Bierema Sarah Burroughs Virginia Weadock
WHEAT CLUB
Nancy Jach Aupperle Theodora Maytag Blumberg Doris Eash Harrison
Mildred Christa Hutcherson Carol Sue Ivory-Carline Sally Eckwall Jarvis
Mary Kokales Tower
Marion Stepanauskas Yuhn
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Margaret Schalk Barnett Dorothy Odle Burger
Mary Mann Culp
Carolyn Cummiskey
Susan Dickson
Constance Skaff Ellis
Carol McMacken Hennecke Virginia Kern Heymoss Nancy Kuchta Mack
Pamela Smith Mooradian Patricia Nicholas
Judith Blackburn Phillips Katherine McConkey Quale Fern Wunluck Spooner
Marjorie Letzgus Sutton Patricia Swanson
Lora Wheeler Wever
Mary Gordon Widrig Patricia Kowalchuk Wilson
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Barbara Bowman
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Yvonne Johnson
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Rita Jaski Reese
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FRIEND
Judy Lindow Adams Marilyn Eberlein Andreini Mary Sing Austin
Carolyn Preish Fox
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Lynn Gualdoni
Carole Frank Kropschot Elizabeth Hemenger McCoy Susan Mikulski Nash Cynthia Gehrls Skiver
Ellen Brown Soden
PHI
University of Kansas
RUBY CLUB
Mary McCammon Williams
Stacy Van Pelt Pickering Kate Bickel Swingle Dolores Travalent Ufford
SPONSOR
Dolores Grossenbacher Aul Anne Stucker Buzbee Josephine Braucher Fugate Janetha Schmalzried Girotto Sue Henneberger Glad Priscilla Schartz Kannarr Veda Russell Lewis
Kay Kenyon Shiner
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Helen Calkins Kurtz
Elyse Gundersen McBride Teresa Mitchiner
Lynne Tholen
Norma Deem Wilmuth
PHI ALPHA
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ROSE CLUB Jean Seal
SPONSOR
Janet Kerley East
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Marti Taylor Richardson
PHI BETA
East Stroudsburg University
RUBY CLUB
Kim Carson McGowan
SPONSOR
Marjorie Gage LaBella
Judith Morrin Lee Suzanne Yankiv Raphaels Lisa Springer Sneddon Joanne Johnson Yuro
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Barbara Check
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FRIEND
Wynelle Frederick
Becky Schoonover
PHI CHI
University of Chicago
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Pamela Webb Mearsheimer
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Christine Graves
Carolina Marquez
FRIEND
Aletheia Anderson
Erin Archer
Ingrid Barber
Irene Barrett
Jenny Brosek
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Kerry Dutkus
Amy Gleisner
Cheri Enders Klein
Nicole Lemieux
Heather Massler
Alicia Newsome
Ann Marie Levy Peters Mehvish Mirza Rahman
PHI DELTA
University of Wisconsin Milwaukee
PI CIRCLE
Barbara Daugs Hunt
ROSE CLUB
Mary Hall
SPONSOR
Christine Zaborske Groh Lindy Motl Legener Alyson Dietzmann Zierdt
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Mary Ann Hunt Halvorson
Christine Schwendel
FRIEND
Ember Beck
Judy Host Pykare
Irene Schneider-Steinborn
PHI KAPPA
Morris Harvey College
RUBY CLUB
Mary Batman Converse
FRIEND
Diane Clements
$22,250 in scholarships was awarded thisyear-your gift made a difference!
"DearAOII Scholarship Committee, I can't thank you enough! This scholarship is another way in which Alpha Omicron Pi has enriched my University career. Alpha Love," from Christine Josic. Gamma Chi,
2000-01 recipient, Muriel T. McKinne)> Award.
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PHI LAMBDA Judi Von Dielingen Tucker Youngstown State University SUSTAINING MEMBER
Beverly Huddleston Green Ann Speake Keller Kristine Coughlan Lisi Phyllis Sell MacVeigh Dorothy Hobbs Maurer Helen McFerran
Helen Wollman Sheats Alice Boulden Smith Michael Ann Wells Audrey Bosley Wright
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FRIEND
Cathy Sacks Evans Jeannette Mandycz Carolyn Gray Marshall Laura Goode McArthur Melissa Provost Barbara Roane Roche Sorsha-Maria Tiglao Mary Pigg Tye
PI KAPPA
University of Texas Austin
PI CIRCLE
Ginger Banks
Jo Beth Walling Heflin
PEARL CLUB
Martha Griffith Houston
WHEAT CLUB
Jean Beshell Benton
Veronica Morel Giesecke Gloria Cunningham Rowland
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Ruth Neel Miller
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College
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Barbara Kryter Ackerman
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Barbara Eskew Cannon
Sara Brown Reidel
Barbara Stadtmiller
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Doris Francke Schipper
FRIEND
Deborah Wisner Bunger Sandie Bauss Stinebring Patricia Bard Wiggins
PHI SIGMA
University of Nebraska
Kearney
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Peggy Robinson Kelley
Linda Wessels Troester
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Cindy Shada Burns
Mary Newlon Harms
FRIEND
Emily Classen Bahl Jodi Boughtin
Mary Classen Tiffany Babel Cole Niki Day
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Monica Harmoney
Debra Dales Jacobs Abbe Johansen
Vicki Fintel Knowles Ronelle Kubicek Cindy Lichtenberg
Rademacher
Sarah Roth Megan Shelden Stacy Stewart
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Purdue University
RUBY CLUB
Renee Pugh Smith PEARL CLUB
Tricia High Conover Susan Danko
Mary Hoffer Eagin
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Louanne Watson Condreay Jodi Epstein Harger
Judith Saxton
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PEARL CLUB
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Gayle Marschall Cosgrove WHEAT CLUB
Amber Williams SPONSOR
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Beth DeVeer
Cheryl Palermo Gullo Catherine Hodges Hamilton
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Suzanne Rogers Bainbridge Jennifer Miller Drew
Ann Cushing Gantz
Amy Smith Marzullo Sharon Bryant Neal
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Tara Spencer Singer
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Karma Robertson Clark Helen Keely Combs Debbie Shaikun Hyman Elaine Lamkin
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Windi Burdette
Kendra Childers
Jennifer Ackerman Goldberg PI OMICRON Marcee Hardin Hanning
Kim W ade Loechle
Christin O'Bryan Pratt
Dorothy Sacksteder
Kathy Shambo
Linda Madden Stroud
Whitney Cecil Wickens
PI DELTA
University of Maryland
ROSE CLUB
Theresa Herring Hongell
WHEAT CLUB
Pamela Bresnahan
Sally Bissell Ervin
Betty Jackson Frederick Maryanne Pitcher Hobbs Jane Mooney McCarl
SPONSOR
Betty Tovell Belt
Rosalie Goodhart Dietz Robin Epstein Elkinson Ellen Bradford Gladdins
RHO
Northwestern
PI CIRCLE
University
ROSE CLUB
Barbara Cryer Bowermaster Nancy Anderson Clark
Tova Quist Craig
Lesley Dunn Ewald
Mary O'Connor Gadwell Ellen English Julian Frances Schnitzer Loeppert Nancy Moyer McCain Carole Merrick Ringer Brooky Calhoun Zajac
WHEAT CLUB
Mona Broad Andreu
Adele Wilkins Greenwood Patricia Jonas Handtmann Emily Jonas Hill
Jeanne Bassett Jones
Jane Satter Kayser
Caryl Waller Krueger June Wilson Marron
Helen McMahon
Austin Peay State University
FRIEND
PSI
WHEAT CLUB
Carolyn Taylor Kitchin
SPONSOR
Carmel Gabriele Kaiser
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Johanna Carrozzino Adamczyk Kathcrine Knauss Lyons Elinor Fisher Shoop
Joan Krause Simonin
Trudy Slaven
FRIEND
Marie Howard Brown Eleanor Beshgetoor DiLuigi Eleanor Holland
Muriel Anderson Webbon
Jennifer Jones
University of Pennsylvania
Phyllis Arner Westerman
RUBY CLUB
Margaret Dorr Schutt
PEARL CLUB
^Marguerite Ford Drees Lois Falkner Griffith Maxine Griffith Pusirtelli


$£$ttr§
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Easter* Stiff's
F&t&r&
SENIOR
CHALLENGE
'2000
SIGMA ALPHA
West Virginia University
WHEAT CLUB
Michelle Zarish
S P O N S O R
Nicky LaRosa Bogart
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Lori Engott-Spaulding Suzanne Sundick Christine Szemes
FRIEND
Terri Rounion Davies Melanie Sanchez Salena Sandford Staub Samantha Young
SIGMA C H I
Hartwick College
WHEAT CLUB
Christine Okula Franke Nancy Leib Reeves Sigrid Westcott Stewart
SPONSOR
Nancy Grimley Erickson Eleanor Brown Hickein Doris Eitzen Howard Leslie Maxson Lafferandre Michelle Eliuk Parker Deborah Miller Pollard Ann Timmons
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Peggy Bergen-Pavelka Karin Fornander Marjorie Turrell Julian Diane Smith Kitson Jeanne Rockwell Martin Cara Miller
Nancy Bartolomeo Shivers Kimberly Spiak
Kathleen Toop Watson
FRIEND
Luella Abbott Oakes Dale Memo Sheehy
SIGMA DELTA
Huntingdon College
ROSE CLUB
Mary Day
Kay Gomillion Jones
SPONSOR
Lisa Lacy White
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Carol Fields Loeb
FRIEND
Meredith Arant Melissa Beck Melissa Burkett Samantha Clements Genee Horton Suzanne Jones
Judy Immler Martinez Casey Maugh
Angie Morris Olliff Amy Raley
Senior Challenge, now in its 8th year, continues to show strong support from graduating seniors. Originally conceived with the intention of educating seniors about the importance of the work of the Foundation and providing the opportunity to initiate a giving pattern. Senior Challenge soundly reinforces the fact that AOII is fora lifetime.This year over $6400 was received from 28 chapters.
Congratulations to the following chapters who have reached 100% participation
SIGMA LAMBDA
University of
La Crosse
SPONSOR
Wisconsin
in Senior Challenge
'2000!
Donna Butterfield
Karen Dwyer Caesar SUSTAINING MEMBER
Anne Clark
Lisa Jo Caulum Jahnke FRIEND
Susan Corona Lynch Margaret Benson Martinez
SIGMA OMICRON
Arkansas State University
PEARL CLUB
Rosalie Gorham Barber WHEAT CLUB
Dorothy Kinman
Judy Rogers
Kay Cameron Yount
SPONSOR
Frances Burris
Barbara Marconi Curry Carolyn Hudgins
Nancy Johnston Metaxas Gail Province Osborn
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Janet Konig
Joan Greenwood Koonce Marilyn Kirkpatrick Lyden
FRIEND
Karyn Walker Averitt Blair Brown
Marlene Gamec Brown Helen Bunten
Jennifer Caddy
April Chapman
Lindsey Cooper
Bridget Criddle
Stephanie Curton
Porsha DiVittorio
Juiie Grady
Christy Gregson
September Urfer Griggs Grovernel Gorham Grisham Amanda Hall
Allison Hicks
Sarah Hill
Ashley Jones
Andrea Billingsley Melvin Farrah Myrick
Micah Nail
Jennifer Nance
Amy O'Banion Karen Petrus
Heather Smith Elizabeth Smithwick Kara Spadoni
Mandy Thompson Kim Watson
Alpha Chi - Western Kentucky University Kappa Alpha - Indiana State University Alpha Lambda - Georgia Southern University Kappa Kappa - Ball State University
Beta Lambda - Illinois Wesleyan University Kappa Omega - University of Kentucky
Chi Delta - University of Colorado
Nu Beta - University of Mississippi
Chi Lambda - University of Evansville
Nu Omicron - Vanderbilt University
Delta - Tufts University
Omicron - University of Tennessee-Knoxville Delta Delta - Auburn University
Rho Delta - Samford University
Delta Omega - Murray State University
Sigma Omicron - Arkansas State University Delta Theta - Texas Women's University Sigma Rho - Slippery Rock University
Epsilon Alpha - Pennsylvania State University Tau Delta - Birmingham Southern College Epsilon Chi - Elon College
Tau Omicron - University of Tennessee-Martin Gamma Alpha - George Mason University Theta Chi - Morningside College
Gamma Omicron - University of Florida
Theta Pi - Wagner College
Iota - University of Illinois
Zeta Pi - University of Alabama-Birmingham
Renee DeSmet Mogni
Janet Thumm Spomer
Bonnie Jean Mondl W olfgram
SPONSOR
Gayle Riepe Burnette Jeannette Cook Dan] Mary Maloney Hancock Eloise Moffett Harper Virginia Wolsey Huizinga Vivian Ryser Jansen
Rita Pelz Lucas
Louise Rath Miget
Merry Kay Johnson Opitz Ellen Page Sarture
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Donna Ballou Benson
Valerie Christmann Burghard
Belle Chenault
Delores Wheeler Dickinson Jean Pancncr-Lundberg
FRIEND
Mary Thomas Fazzini Harriett Peterson Hulbert
RHO BETA
Virginia Commonwealth University
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Robin Till Conner
FRIEND
Robinnette Turner Wrobel
RHO DELTA
Samford University
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Melanie Fulda
FRIEND
Leigh Wilkinson Beasley Sherri Brown
Cindy Clowdus
Allison Collier
Jennifer Gordon Sarah Graves
Rachel Maxcey Katie McCarthy Meridith Nealy Jennifer Smallwood Leslie Sorrell
RHO OMICRON
Middle Tennessee State University
WHEAT CLUB
Pat Helland
Donna Nellums Kumar Pat Larson
Beth Charlton Lindsey Krislie Prichard Ryan
SPONSOR
Anne Marie Toy
Marcia Granade Wehrle Zoe Williams
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Judy Byrns
Jackie Lynch
Mary Anne Wolfersberger Monast
FRIEND
Mary Ann Huneycutt Bacurin Autumne Bailey
Jamie Baucum
Heather Biggers
Jennifer Brown Carolyn Carlisle Beth Franklin Kealie Frazier Emily Hart
Erica Irwin
Angie Johnson
Jennifer Kennedy
Martie McPherson
Dana Park
Teresa Pasquinelli
Jessica Pitzer
Barbara Doyle Stubblefield Amy Worsham
Holly Wright
Kim Yokom
RHO SIGMA
Portland State University
WHEAT CLUB
Kathie Spencer Calandra Janice Cissna Daniels Allison Dumble Mudrick
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Sandra Westerberg Brooks
FRIEND
Diane Eaton
Diane Doran Walters
SIGMA
University of California Berkeley
PEARL CLUB
Mary Fulton Cuthbertson
Louise Kramer Mills
ROSE CLUB
Janice Melton Adams Shirley Jumper Boberg Edith Belsher Butler Marguerite Gist Butler Marion Force Haswell Elizabeth Paul Hook Claudine Fisher Lynch Doriel Goltz Parkinson Joanne Weger Richards Traude Kriz Valachi
WHEAT CLUB
Dorothy Jackson Baxter Sandra Zanzot Bemiss Dorothea Johnson Benney Elizabeth Hesser Glenn Margaret Wagner Kellogg Lisa Nelson
Deanna Lynn Parrish Christine Bothwel! Pedroncell Carol Spies Pettijohn
Diane Sandoval
Mary Thompson
Peggy Aspinwall Toppin Margaret Jory Tracy
SPONSOR
Janet Stockand Anderson Phyllis Foulkes Anderson Dian Oldemeyer Barth Marie Godt Benedict Merrilee Boushaw Corley Karla DiGrazia
Linda Taylor Drew
Gail Lancaster Fletcher Cheryl Hanson
Vivian Knudsen Johsens Anita Scarpa Laird Judith Parker Payne Buffy Fassett Ross
Mary Lou Rosenthal Vest
Virginia Garrard Winton
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Joy Martin Ashley
Julia Chase
Suzanne Warrington Evans Marie Forsterer Gilfillan Nancy Bracken Holleman Phyllis Bryan Kerr
Joanne Lowry Luscher Cheryl Snyder Nuttall
Orit Goldberg Rappaport Melissa Yee Rusk
Denise Casanave Ryan Julia Vindasius
FRIEND
Pat Grant Bentley Stacy Campos
Teresa Chan
Chris Ann Costantino Alexandra Fellowes
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The Foundation awarded over $51,000 in educational and leadership grants toAlpha Omicron Pi Fraternity. Sisters Helping Ensure AOIVs Future.
Laura Galli
Stephanie Garcia
Rosemarie Fehlman Kaston Jean Clark Keller
Stacey Krum
Lisa Stone Lacayo Kimberly Lau
Elaine Gerstner Marshall Bonnie Merritt
Crystal Pollock-Dove
Tara 0'Regan Sheehan Rodna Walls Taylor
Nicole Trudeau
Dorothy Warenskjold
SIGMA IOTA
Western Illinois University
ROSE CLUB
Jo Ann Macander
WHEAT CLUB
Jean Severson Twyning
SPONSOR
Lynn Koenig Martin
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Georgia Peterson DeClark Debby Cecil Jacobs
Debra Dickman Kaiser Teresa Mariage Kreitzer
FRIEND
Karen Borrowman Coultas Valerie Krueger
SIGMA PHI
California State University Northridge
PEARL CLUB
Phyllis Casteel Gilson
ROSE CLUB
Bonnie Frank
WHEAT CLUB
Pamela Harbin Abbott Kathleen Hcrron Babbitt Vivian Fuller Cline
Pat Rosvall Hugon
Mary Reiser-Brussell


SPONSOR
Barbara Stark Clark Betty Bond Colby Susan Rubin
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Carin Sieff Adler
Vicki Barkan
Jevaye Bruner
Donna Koziol Curtis Christine Barth Foldes Deborah Barrett Freeman Nichole Hanchett
Carly Petersen
Sherilyn Cunningham Schwartz Lisa MontesVandergriff Jennifer Wright
FRIEND
Kelly Abbott
Debbie Anav
Francheska Andrews
Jill Garelick
Pia Giambrono Giambruno Megan Kiessling
Kari Kjontvedt
Jill Rosenberg Murry
Ellen Mercer Press
SIGMA RHO
Slippery Rock University
WHEAT CLUB
Joan Piper Shepherd
SPONSOR
Kimberly Clements Harrison
FRIEND
Janene Alcott
Kay Bellisimo Christine Churma June Sherry Dunn Liz Fetsco Shannon George Jennifer Griffith Kimberly Kinney Kelly Maloney Michelle Scappe Cindy Schmigel Kristy Skof Bridget Toolan Nicole Weaver
SIGMA TAU
MILLENNIUM ENDOWMENT PLEDGE
Jan Robinson Greig
Mary Dayhuff Hall Laurie Kinney
Suzanne Zuehlke Larsen Ludmilla Chalupa Milnar Sheila Olson
Dorothy Fredrickson Pearson Carol OberbiMig Stephens Carol Matson Trunk
Jane Mason Wright
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Stell Hart Eriksen
Etna Thurston Hansen
Lynne Hardey
Bonnie Olsen Kramer Barbara Butman McCall Pamela Richmond Meyer Margaret Nelson Moulthrop Angela Papaioannou
Debra Sit
Janet Falkenhagen Wahlberg
FRIEND
Pauline Altermatt
Andrea Andrews
Doris Mathison Danneberg Sandra Rugg Elmstrom Sarah Eydam
Nikki Larsen Fox
Krista Launch
Lorna McCartney Leekley Suzanne Elliott Manko
Joan Senum Moe
Kristi Burkett Nordquist Shirley Johnston Parmelee Suzanne Rian
Margaret Torreano
Lois Vayder
Sheryl Wallace
Sherry Hendricks Wanamaker Mary Putnam West
Birmingham Southern College
PEARL CLUB
TAU GAMMA
Eastern Washington University
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Tanya Jevne Geranios
FRIEND
Nancy Atwood Sarah Chandler Nicole Henwood Tracy Schauerman Ariane Steffan
TAU LAMBDA
Rave Liltlejohn Glass Amanda Hammons Ashley Harrison Angie Hathcock Rachael Hernandez Stephanie Hunt
Jan Johns
Christi Lech Leonard Andrea Little
Kelly Lockert
Rachel Nance
Ginny Nerren
Kelly Nerren Suzanne Perry
Rachel Poyner Heather Quick Amanda Rainey
Kim Renfroe
Susan Ringley
Jamie Turner
Jana Vickers
Joy Vickers
THETA
DePauw University
PEARL CLUB
Sarah Dorman Bailey
Ann McClanahan Gilchrist Kay Hansen Sutherlin
ROSE CLUB
Jane Harders Cox Pauline Schmidt Englert Deanne Schild Kimbel Lois Smart Lehner
Beth Behrendt Lundy
WHEAT CLUB
Diane Anderson
Jane Briner Beavers Annamargaret Chapman
Clutter
Lee Johnson Coon
Karen Krukowski Hickman Elizabeth Gadient
Huckleberry
Mary Walker Hughbanks Jane Clements King Barbara Cash LaVelle Elizabeth Buckingham
Livingston
Patricia Jacobs Mottweiler-
Jenkins
Shirley Shazer
Doris Roesner Southerland Nancy Williams Stevens Marilyn Earle Thrall
SPONSOR
Joyce Vietzke Allen Florence Beatty Marianna Hahl Beers Mary O'Rear Binkley Luella Boonstra Boaz Beverly Baird Bugher Kathryn Schwarz Colten Kathryn Jahnel Doran Jean Taylor Furrow Kristin Johnson
Cynda Bayliff Kehl
Janet Crowder King Christine Hill Koukola Marion Wrege May
Joyce Mendenhall Moore Marcia Jensen Nelson Carolyn Hosteller Smith Betty Baxter Sullivan
Myrna Magnuson Trowbridge Marietta May Willman Helen Wenrich Wood
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Mary Jane Chesterson Jeannette Bell Chidley Louise Klise Dickerson Diane Mound Doner Margery Graham Freshley Roxanne Berry Gilbertsen Lynn Tozer Hammond
CAMPAIGN
CONTINUES
What is the Millennium Endowment Pledge Campaign? It is a three-year campaign to build the corpusoftheunrestricted EndowmentFund. AlumnaeareaskedtoconsideragiftofSi000or more, pledged and payable as a one time gift or over three years. Building the unrestricted Endowment Fund will provide increasing future program and scholarship support. The original amount ofagiftis investedandneverspent.Onlytheannualincomefrom theinvestment isusedforprograms and scholarships.
Endowment gifts to the Foundation are tax deductible according to current IRS guidelines. There can be significanttax savings depending on your personal situation and the type of gift you make. Gifts may be made with cash/checks, credit card, appreciated stock or securities. The Foundation now offers EFT (Electronic Fund Transfer) for breaking a large gift into monthly payments. The Foundation office has informational materials and can answer general questions. The donor should con- sult with her personal tax. financial or legal advisors for specific guidance.
Shippenshurg
SPONSOR
University
Beth Metzger Conrad
Joan Krayeski Reigner
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Candace Jakubic Conway Julie Kelly Horvath
Jodi Sponchiado
FRIEND
Karen Allen Anthony Cheryl Schaffer Fackler Maria Fischer High Kimberly Little Seiss Karen Ochs Woodard
TAU OMEGA
Transylvania
SPONSOR
University
Washington
ROSE CLUB
College
SPONSOR
Donna Baty
Patricia Belois
Patricia Plank Bergstrom Marion Nordal Bilger Maxine Morse Blackmer Karen Rotegard Bruce Beverly Johnson Coulter Barbara Williams Curry Mary Makepeace Gilbert
Dian Poole Volkmer
WHEAT CLUB
Annie Frances Davis Page Dunlap
Helen Borchers Rea
SPONSOR
Shannon Mancin Angela Camp Morrow Jcane Reynolds Parks
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Loretta Graves Brown
Jaydie Gamble Fay
Jane Rueschenberg Hake Sonya Thomas Wachter Leigh Jeffrey Walter
FRIEND
Kim Barnes
MaryBeth Baxter Meredith Bruner
Laura Cammack
Carroll Christopher Missie Doggett
Cathy Bankston Guider Anne Hamby
Juliet Hettinger Libby Hill
Jennifer Joseph
Kara MacNeil Amanda McCaghren Eileen Patzke Carroll Redd Amanda Reid
Jeanne Sligh
Brooke Tanner
Nancy VanValkenburgh Amanda Buck Varella Laura Warren
Elizabeth Thibodeau
Sally Wagaman
WHEAT CLUB
Carolyn Brant Lense Elizabeth Schmidt McGinniss Hilda Ott Micari
SPONSOR
Karen Morgan Bucklee
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Audrey Latham Sutherland
FRIEND
Rosanne Alastra
JoEllen Clark
Liza Davison
Kari Durham
Linda Fortucci
Brooke Gallant
Leigh Harney
Jennifer Hoffman
Barbara Green Kurgansky Marilyn McDonald
Rosie Morales Dawn O'Farrell Jessica Sierra Katie Smith Vicky Smrcka Sigrid Whaley Krisi Willis
Judith McCready Yoskosky
W A N T E D !
OUTSTANDING ALUMNAE TO SERVE
TAU
University of Minnesota
OMICRON CIRCLE
Margaret Damon Goodlund
PEARL CLUB
Lois Henning Kroeger
Marty Erickson Taylor
ROSE CLUB
Bonnie Somers Berger
Colleen Summy Frojen Beverly Hayer Harris Nancy-Dell Lund
Marie Bremer Reim Kathryn Thiele Searight
WHEAT CLUB
Carol Formo Ackles
Vera Carlson Elmhurg Helen Turnstrand Erickson Dorothy Kuechenmeister
Galarneault
Barbara Quick Hancock Marilyn Dixon Haugen Sally Lohmann Laue
Patricia Johnson LU1
Sandra Rodgers Markel
Shirley St Clair McDonald Alice Pass McHugh
Julie Landwehr Pascente Kathy O'Shaughnessy
TAU DELTA
Nikki Burdette
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Stacy Buckles
Hope Hurst Lanham Natasa Pajic
Alison Redford
Amber Foge! Winthrow
FRIEND
Ginnia Bills Kelly Botkin Amy Cates Whitney Collins Cathy Curtis Kimberly Ehret Erica Fike Jayme Gower Kelly Hoskins Regan Hunt Natalie Hurt
Liz Harvey Matson Mary Kay Pendley Sarah Puckett Nancy Riley
Laura Roberts Cara Sloan Cassondra Smith Nicole Strehl
Melissa Keach Underwood Karen Wall
TAU OMICRON
University of Tennessee Martin
ROSE CLUB
Lori Kessler
WHEAT CLUB
Sydney MacRae Kirby
SPONSOR
Catherine Fontana Bascom
Glenda Householder Eastridge
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Carol Glasgow Kirkland Janet Hay Lyons
Cathy Strickland Vest
FRIEND
Lesley Belote
Amy Bobbin
Hope Parish Brazzcll Whitney Cates
April Baker Dodds Kristen Fowlkes Glenna Franks
ASAOII FOUNDATION
VOLUNTEERS
Rosenblum
Jean Behrends Rotegard
Margaret Jerome Sampson
Nancy Smith Scott
Joan Commer Stanisha
Eddice Dochterman Sullivan ROSE CLUB Bev Ness Thorson
Lynn Martin Anderson Janice West Ingram
If you are interested in supporting the Foundation as a volunteer, please contact any Board member or the office to receive a job description. The Foundation is seeking alumnae interested in serv- ing a two-year term as an Ambassador to make Foundation presentations at local alumnae and collegiate chapters, or a two-year term as a com- mittee member. Committees include Scholarships, Grants, Budget/Finance. Ruby Fund, Marketing, Annual Fund, and Major Gifts/Endowment. The Foundation can also use help with projects such as writing letters and brochures, designing presenta- tions and newsletters, and similar short term needs that require specific skills.
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Fitter*
Mary McCallum Henrichs Lila Dayhoff Kalm
Dora May Hildebrand Meredith Nancy Cazier Meyer Victoria Kensek Ross Elizabeth Horn Schumacher Imogene Garrett Thomas Carrie Whittier
Joan Fetzer Wilks-Ahlstrand
FRIEND
Cherrie Baysinger
Tara Hanley Bratton Virginia Colten-Bradley Jane Schlosser Cox Deborah Johnson Darnell Elizabeth Martin Garrison Kristine Iverson
Ruth Dodge Larson Melissa Mazelin
Jean Wallin Roberts Monica Sauter
Judith O'Dell Stanley Chelsea Tripp
Katie Wahl
Laura Welker
THETA BETA
ToH'son University
WHEAT CLUB
Melis Roche Edel
SPONSOR
Ginger Mylander Swift
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Kelly Moran Smith
FRIEND
Kimberly Stanton Cammarata Carrie Delaney
Barrie Morganstein
Tracy Anderson Skeels
Your gifts and events like the lota
"Run For the Roses" helped raise $30,000 for Arthritis Research and $13,500 for AJAO.
Ruth Healy Furhovden Jennifer Horan
Singhild Larson
Rosemarie Bade Lasinski Carolyn McCabe Miller Bridget Pfeiffer Scanlon Christine Fiorito Schneider
FRIEND
Heather Baltas
Barbara Bellesi
Jamie Burns
Katy Carlson
Kimberly Hilton Cocozello Jennifer Crowley
Kristyl Cuenca
Amy D'Alto
THETA PSI
University of Toledo
PEARL CLUB
Lois Zeigler Billig
ROSE CLUB
Wilma Diegelman Lupe
WHEAT CLUB
Helen Scheidler Benschoter Beverly Hatcher
Maryhelen McKacken Meyers Thelma Coen Waigand
SPONSOR
Ruth Wenlisch Beglin Sharon Kaczala Fickel Ginny Blanchard Smith
SUSTAINING MEMBER
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Dawn Anderson
Donna McNair Apple *Ruth Nunan Bartells
Paula Berkman Blankenship Patricia Kelsey Burg
Sherri Schlegel Day-Stein Theresa DiRamio
Leanne Burmeister Griffith Marolyn Morgan Hilbert Charme Campbell Hughes Shirley Karvonen Sansburn Lula Bettridge Satterfield Leslie Keast Wurzberger
THETA CHI
Morningside
SPONSOR
AOII
RECIPIENTS
Many corporations provide AOII donors the opportu- nity to double or even triple the value of their gifts to the Foundation through a company matching gift program. Check with your employer personnel office, sendinamatchinggiftformwithyourdonation,and double your gift! Your company match is credited to your lifetime giving level.
Denise Hartstack Barber
FRIEND
H e i d i P f e i l D o u g h e r t y Kimberly Fulfs
Jami Hansen
Jamie Robeson
Muriel T. McKinney Scholarship Carey Griner Memorial Scholarship Martha Wilhoite MemorialScholarship Karen Tucker Centennial Scholarship Diamond Jubilee Scholarship
Penny Skauge Melissa Stech
THETA ETA
University of
ROSE CLUB
Cincinnati
Ashley Jones. TAUOMEGA Heather McCardle, KAPPACHI Caroline Roques. DELTABETA
Diamond Jubilee Scholarship Diamond Jubilee Scholarship Diamond Jubilee Scholarship
UPSILON
University of Washington
OMICRON CIRCLE
*Frances Stillman Hodges
PEARL CLUB
Marianne Davies Carton Marilyn Rose Herman Reba Shannon Traber
ROSE CLUB
Gloria Hitt Cauble
Kim Campbell Hamilton Audrey Hoenshell Hopkins Ann Schultz Pare'
Alverna Ocker Swan
WHEAT CLUB
Marna Ellsperman Burkhalter Patricia Guettel Clifford Virginia Callison Dolan Ruth Hellenthal Gaughan Carmen Baker Gibbons Marcia Jacobson Holland Joy Tollman Lashley
Ruth Matson Matchette Suzy Mygatt-Wakefield Louise Benton Oliver Susan Bayley Young
SPONSOR
Janice McCully Allen Kathy Oliver Busch Caroline David Butler Candace Rosauer Norquist Marjorie Palmer Passler Betty Benedict Taylor Kristen Wahlberg
Betty Wright Wing Gwen Wilburn Worrick Janet Pond Wright
SPONSOR
Sharon Dieringer Campbell Cyndie Graves
Jane McCormick
Karin Carlson Roby
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Maryanne Dessanti Benvin Marti Shideler Berts
Mary Ann Kraynick Wade
FRIEND
Grelta Blalner
Louise Chadwick Clay Dianne MacPhee Cooper Freddie Kalil Schutten
LPSILON EPSILON
St Louis University
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Joyce Holley
FRIEND
Hope Heck
Rene Milander Howard
UPSILON LAMBDA
University of Texas San Antonio SPONSOR
Elizabeth Bostic Muir
FRIEND
Susanne Trevino Ludvigsen Christie McKinney
Cyndy Sutton
Jennifer Stewart Wilson
Mary Light Meyer
WHEAT CLUB
Maxine Cooper McDowell Mary Jane Bailey Walewyk Adele Deckert White
SPONSOR
Patricia Prashaw Lockhart
Ruth Buehler Maxson
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Adelaide Krone Lloyd Miriam Hatton Lukens Shirley Smedley McCracken Rae Rogers
Lib Francis Stillwell
Virginia Bruce Wuenschel
FRIEND
Dorcas Meyer Morgan Harriet O'Leary
THETA OMEGA
GRADUATES/ALUMNAE
Candace Pierson-Charlton. ALPHARHO...Helen Haller Scholarship
Northern Arizona
R U B Y C L U B
Kathryn Jensen
WHEAT CLUB
University
Jana Beets
Shirley Hoffman Howell Debra Ladehoff-Guiles
applications
is March
1.2001.
College
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SPONSOR
Jennifer Macey Burchard Pat Phillips Piper
Nancy Ruminski
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Patricia Phelps Fairfield Katherine Kravos Haywood Jan Ohms Kimmell
Nancy Wagoner Parker Laurel Rkchey Stokes Kathleen Maffeo Tillman
FRIEND
Lindy Harrison
Donna Love Keyes Mandi Leissoo
Julie Morgan
Patricia Morison-Holmes Kelly Kadel Reese
THETA PI
Wagner College
WHEAT CLUB
Beverly Fraser Dalzell Joan Errgong-Weider Victoria Sabbagh Menna Joanne Niebanck
SPONSOR
Nicole Figueroa
Helen Gurrera
Else Steffensen Jensen Stephanie Jiannetto Stephanie Jose
Kat Keller
Allison LaFata
Debbie Lahti
Frances Lorenzo Annabelle Merola
Karen Miklos
Joan Ritzheimer Munzing
Jennifer Berger
Judy Ann Rumble Bergvall Doris Wells Bishop
Barbara Hubert Couch Barbara Harman Higinbotham Carol Krueger-Schaaf
Anne Von Harten Pallinger Joan Alexander Soderling Roberta Exley Swenson Catherine Evans Vasquez
Lynette Breedlove, KAPPAOMICRON Jennifer Curley. DELTA
Kerry Dutkus. PHICHI
Christine Kowalczyk. LAMBDA SIGMA Leslie Webb. GAMMADELTA
Melanie Wilson. NO OMICRON Bridget Gannon. OMEGA Amy Jones, KAPPAKAPPA Angel Lai. GAMMA OMICRON Joan Landry. DELTABETA Stacey Nestruck. KAPPAPHI Tami Rembolt. PHI
Leslie Rowland. ALPHALAMBDA Scholarship applications for 2001-02
Pi Kappa Chapter Scholarship
Alpha Tau Chapter Scholarship
Rho Chapter Scholarship
Kerri Keith Memorial Scholarship Laura McDowell Memorial Scholarship Edith Huntington Anderson Scholarship Diamond Jubilee Scholarship
Diamond Jubilee Scholarship Diamond Jubilee Scholarship Diamond Jubilee Scholarship Diamond Jubilee Scholarship Diamond Jubilee Scholarship Diamond Jubilee Scholarship
Chapter
Barbara Noack Brubaker
Lori Mayercik Burrows
Patricia Hill Graeff
Claire Eilenberger Kispert Karen Reynolds
Helen Dennett Baker
Leslie Riga! Braat
Jo Sutton Busick
Virginia Peppers Hawkins University of Arizona Jae Ann Newton McNay
Karen Olsen Peterson
Kay Kettering Welch
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Gale Tollefsen Bellafiore Nan Berlc Dowling
Nancy Salgado-Cowan Toni-Ann Sicoli
Arlene Endee Towse Caryle Goldsack Wolahan
Janet Sutton Orlowski Barbara Hiss Sanders Joan Thieman
Lori McCaig Tierney
DOUBLE
Janis Tremble Nelson
WHEAT CLUB
CONGRATULATIONS!
FOUNDATION SCHOLARSHIP
2000-2001 ACADEMIC YEAR
UNDERGRADUATES
Christine Josic. GAMMA CHI
Inga Smiley. KAPPA KAPPA
Darby Thomson. KAPPAALPHA
Kristina Wrobel. LAMBDA SIGMA
Teressa Alverson. ALPHACHI
Tammy Andruchowitz. EPSILONALPHA....Diamond Jubilee Scholarship
YOUR
Chris Flores
Marianne Hicks Kifur
DOLLARS!
will
copy by downloading from the Foundation web site www.aoiifoundation.org. or by calling the Foundation office at 615-3W-0920. The deadline for all scholarship
be available in October. Obtain your
Andrea Trimarche Demarest Pauline County Adams FRIEND
Amy Fadel Bryan
Nancie Penske Koch Patricia MacDonald LeRoy Bonnie Kriener Mathies Diane Beckman Radbaugh Beth Bollin Smith
Karen Rudnicki Steele Jeanne Vargo
Kathy Fitts Well
FRIEND
Barbara Mishler Nightingale ROSE CLUB
UPSILON ALPHA


ZETA
University of Nebraska Lincoln
PEARL CLUB
Jeanie Marcy Sells
ROSE CLUB
Helen Gogela Austin Margaret Upson Barber Pauline Moore Carman Jane Hart
Elizabeth Evans Hummel
Norma Burr Warren
WHEAT CLUB
Loui Nelson Bass
Bonnie Kinkade Boyd Phyllis Davidson Dunlap Bette Wefso Hagel
Ellen Andersen Hart Margaret Capron Jones Lola Recknor Lamme Diana Rasmussen Meiches Amy Weyand Rawson
SPONSOR
Sandra Buell Albertson Barbara Eicke Armstrong Mary Anne Caskey Ashworth Suzanne Groteluschen Bryson Margaret Phillippe Cheney
Michelle Milander Cullum Joan Miller Foote Pollyanna Stratton Franzen Opal Johnson Janelle Eunice Stebbins Karins Alice Wenzlaff Knapp
Anne Figge Laugharn Janice Foote Luhn Catherine Ballou Marcy Ginny McPeck Rosenau Dorothy Bradt Smiland Judith Mikkleson Stuthman Laura Scherff Waters
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Dorothy Heumann Ammon Phyllis Harvey Chambers Susan Bernhard Drain
Shari Wiemann Emling Virginia Nordstrom Grewel! Holly Thibault Morgan Jacqueline Stretton Myers Margie Sturm Reece Christine Kiplinger Wade Cynthia Wasker Zitterkopf
FRIEND
Jody Ambroz
Lori Armstrong Elizabeth Bahensky Stacy Chingren
Frances Hein Crusick
Julie Duerfeldt
Sheila Tate Garvey
Susan Grothe Geschwender Mary Kokes Gilliland Jennifer Grundman
Christy Hamilton
Julie Hamilton
Becky Hyde
Mary Clearman Johnson Angela Kuhlman
Julie McWilliams Mindy Nowak
Janice Smith O'Donnell Shelly Purdy Pair Tammy Poehler
Jennifer Rajewich
Lori Ramig
Erin Reigenborn Lindsay Reineke
Anne Rogers
Patricia Sanders Stephanie Schecrger Jeana Seitzinger Jennifer Stauffer
Kelly Vanderwerff Amanda Whitman
Lana Zumbrunn
REPORT
ZETA KAPPA
Southwest Texas State University
PEARL CLUB
Rene Strong Fitzgerald
FRIEND
Roxanne Moran Kristin Shockley
ZETA PI
University of Alabama Birmingham
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Tami St Clair Puchta
FRIEND
Andi Brinley
Susan Clausen Candicc Copeland Christy Downing April Etheridge Hannah Jacobs Karmie Johnson Rashel Kyle
Patty Lee
Melissa Raney Mandy Sanders Jennifer Sewell Stephanie Southwick
ZETA PSI
East Carolina University
ROSE CLUB
Joanne Williamson Earls
SPONSOR
Tina Justice
SUSTAINING MEMBER
Robin Sprigg Ebert Judith Gleason Glover Caroline Haire
Leanne Shaw Skinner
FRIEND
Lindsay Arndt
Kimberly Wood Boyles Dawn Hansen McCormick Liz Mullican
Jessica Orsini
For the record:
The Foundationfiscalyear is JulyI-June30. Thisdonor listincludes onlythosegifts received between July 1,1999 andJune30,2000, and
we try to be as accurate as possible. Contributions receivedafterJune30,2000 willberecognizedinthe 2000-01annualreportand donor list.
Ifwemadeanerrorinthe way you are identified, or if yournamewasomitted,we apologize. Help us set the recordstraightandnotify' theFoundationofficeat 615-370-0920.
FOUNDATION 1999-2000 FINANCIAL
- The AOII Foundation is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization.
- The fiscal year is July 1, 1999 - June 30, 2000.
- Gifts to the Foundation are tax-deductible as allowed by law.
- The annual audit is performed by Puryear. Hamilton, Hausman & Wood,PLC. - Investment assets are managed by Lee, Danner & Bass, Inc.
• General Foundation account earned 9.9%.
• Diamond Jubilee Scholarship account earned 2.9%.
REVENUES*
TIIK INITK1) STATKS ( KAM
EXPENSES
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• Fundraising 26%
• General & Administrative 32% - • Educational Grants 16% •Arthritis Grants 11%
• Ruby fund Grants 6% •Scholarships 6%
• Headquarters Campaign 2% — • Other Program Service 1%
• Individuals 60%
• Collegiate Chapters 11% •Alumnae Chapters 3% •Others/Non-AOIIs 11%
• Bequests 1%
•Investment Income 12%
• Unrealized Capital Gains 1% - • Net Sales & Other Income 1%
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Executive Board
International President
Carole Jurenko Jones
I 19 Wellington Dr Madison.AL 35758-8487
H: (256) 461-4831
F: (256) 461-4872
E: [email protected]
Vice President of Operations
SallyW agaman
2507 Mount Carmel Ave Glenside.PA 19038 H:(2I5) 887-6235 F:(2I5) 887-3463
E [email protected]
Vice President of Development
Rosalie Gorham Barber 1713 MacArthur Park Jonesboro.AR 72401
H; (870) 935-8443 F: (870) 935-8443 E: [email protected]
Vice President of Finance
Joanne Williamson Earls 9532 Flatwood Ln POBox3l3 CatlettVA 20119-0313 H: (540) 788-9051
F: (540) 788-1724
E: [email protected]
Executive Board Directors
Renee Pugh Smith 3205 Hensel D r Carmel, IN 46033 H: (317) 846-6246 F:(317) 846-6204
E: [email protected],com
www.olphaomicronpi.org
Susan Danko 15221 BerryTrl#l05 DallasJX 75248-4965 H: (972) 788-2172 F: (972) 991-2956
E: [email protected]
Julie Brining 1871 CharlandaDr Mobile.AL 36695 H: (334) 634-3106 F: (334) 634-2405 E: [email protected]
Kimberly Carson McGowan 4 Rapps Run D r Malvern, PA 19355
H: (610)827-5078
F: (610)827-5078
E: [email protected]
Hetwork Directors
Alumnae Network Directors
Rene Strong Fitzgerald, 2201 Spring Creek Drive Austin.Texas 78704
H: (512) 442-4181
F: (419) 793-7786
E: [email protected]
Kathryn Ann Jensen, 1515 Hyde Park Blvd. #5 Houston.Texas 77006 H:(7I3) 942-9402
F: (713) 942-9402
E: [email protected]
Collegiate Network Directors
Lori Curci-Reed, 2069-B Campion Drive Kailua, Hawaii 9 6 7 3 4 H: (808)254-5541
F: (808)254-0770
E: [email protected]
Lisa Dutt, 3l7Wildberry Ln
St Charles, Missouri 63304 H: (636) 447-0722 F:(3I4) 344-5466
E: [email protected]
Phyllis Casteel Gilson, 6628 WoodlakeAve W est Hills, C A 91307 H: (818) 887-9344 E: [email protected]
Lori Korn Goede, 1613 Suncrest Drive Keller;TX 76248
H: (817) 428-2202
F: (817)428-0970
E: W e R G a t o r s @ a o l . c o m
Sue Reid Mattern, 76527 Rice Chapel Hill. N C 27514 H: (919) 942-4308 F: (919) 968-4516
E: [email protected]
Toni Flowers Morgan, 2228 Southpark Blvd Huntsville.AL 35803 H: (256) 880-1544
F: (256) 824-6829
E: [email protected]
Kathy Brakefield Sowell, 5424 Mona Ln Dallas.Texas 75236 H:(972) 780-0619
F: (817) 459-7155
E: [email protected]
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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 AOII website. You will find the directory on Sisters Online.


Krista MalmquistWhipple, 6735 Ridgecliff Drive Solon, Ohio 44139
H: (440) 498-3929
E: [email protected]
Colony Network Director
Judy Rogers,
214 SE 37th Terrace Cape Coral, Florida 33904 H:(870) 932-8419
F: (870) 972-5458
E: [email protected]
Champion
Linda Grandolfo, 7465 Brentwood Ln Gurnee, Illinois 60031 H: (847) 543-4880 F: (847) 831-1719 E: [email protected]
Standing Committees
Extension Chairman
Cami Wacker
I I 0 3 W 26th Street Kearney NE 68845
H: (308) 865-4295 E: [email protected]
EducationandTraining Chairman
Lori Hart Ebert
132 Colton Ave. San Carlos,CA 94070 H: (650)610-8888
E: [email protected]
Human Resource Chairman
LouanneWatson Condreay 206Westview Circle
W est Lafayette, IN 47906 H: (765) 463-4692
F: (765) 497-3500
E: [email protected]
RitualsTraditions&JewelryChairman (RT&J)
Ginger Banks 3l08WTerraceDr Austin.TX 78757-4332 H: (512) 454-8572
F: (512) 454-6979
E: [email protected]
Fraternity Development Chairman
Ann McQanahan Gilchrist 56l3SkyridgeDr Indianapolis,IN 46250 H: (317) 849-6142
F: (317) 585-4907
E: [email protected]
Constitution Interpretation & Revision Chairman (CIRC) Christina Carlson Dodds 11008 Pebble Garden Lane Austin.TX 78737
H: (512) 453-5553
E: [email protected]
Historian/Archivist
Nancy Moyer McCain (until I/1 /2001) 38775 Byriver D r ClintonTownship, Ml 480361817 H: (810)463-4124
Joan Deathe MacCallum (after I/1 /2001) 770 Lakeshore #708 Dorval.QC CANADA H9S2C3
H: (514)631-4092 E:[email protected]
National Panhellenic Conference Delegate
Peg Kramer Crawford 7645 W est Golf D r # I-B Palos Heights. IL 60463 H:(708) 671-1091
F: (708) 671-1109
E [email protected]
IstAlternate
Mary McCammon Williams 44 Sunset Rd Bloomington, IL 61701 H:(309) 829-3656
F: (309) 827-5639
E: [email protected]
2ndAlternate
Robin MansfieldWnght 2610 Devlin W ay Cantonment FL 32533-4830 H: (850) 937-9212
F: (850) 937-9002
E: [email protected]
3rdAkernate
Linda Peters Collier 2910 Jessica C t ViennaVA 22181 H: (703) 242-0560 F: (703) 242-0561 E: [email protected]
Parliamentarian
Inghd Latimer Schulz 3902 Jade Ave # I Wausau.WI 544014910 H: (715) 848-0787
F: (715) 848-0787
E: [email protected]
PerryAward Committee
Joan Deathe MacCallum
770 Lakeshore #708 Dorval.QC CANADA H9S2C3
H: (514)631-4092 E: [email protected]
Foundation Board
email: [email protected]
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,Wl 53024-1629 H: (414) 377-7766
F: (414) 238-4949
E [email protected]
Secretary
Dorothy W aters Williams
6521 Rivoli Dr
Macon, G A 31210
H: (912) 477-1742
F: (912) 743-8636
E: [email protected]
Treasurer
Carol Miller Stevenson
1712 Grandview D r 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: (858) 259-2034
F: (858) 259-2034
E: [email protected]
Audrey Hopkins
14548 Edgewater Lane NE Lake Forest Park W A 98155-7728 H: (206) 363-0151
E: ahopkins/@uswestnet
Frankie Frazier Roberts BO. Box 23317 LittleRockAR 72221
H: (501)221-1825 F:(501) 223-2534
W: (800) 800-9951 ext727 E: [email protected]
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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 W aters Williams, Chairman
Ruby Fund
Audrey Hoenshell Hopkins, Chairman
Scholarship
Marilyn Rose Herman, Chairman
Finance
Carol Miller Stevenson, Chairman
Properties Board
President
Shirley Pinneke Knipfel 4615 Toronto Street Ames.lA 50014
H: (515)292-5805
F: (515)292-4620
E: [email protected]
Secretary
Nancy Carr Garrett 5804 Canvasback Road Burke.VA 22015
Hi (703) 323-6535
W : (202) 267-9068
E: [email protected]
Directors
Schuyler Ruhlman Louapre 220 E.William David Pkwy Metaine.LA 70005
H: (225) 834-6327
W : (225) 834-7026
F: (225) 834-7023
E: sky I [email protected]
Janette BreckenridgeTessmer 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
Ethnie Groves
E: [email protected]
Jill Soost E:[email protected]
Melissa Parsons
E: [email protected]
Kealie Frazier
E: [email protected]
Megan Ehrisman
E: [email protected]
International Headquarters Staff
Executive Director
Melanie Doyle, Lambda Sigma E: [email protected]
Executive Administrator
Zoe Williams, Rho Omicron E: zwilliam[email protected]
Controller
Beth Swartz, ZetaTau Alpha E: [email protected]
Business Manager
Lisa Pearson, Nu Beta
E: [email protected]
Accounting/AOII Properties Admin.
Jackie Lynch, Rho Omicron E: [email protected]
Property Manager
MaryAnne Monast Rho Omicron E: [email protected]
Programming Administrator
Donna Kumar; Rho Omicron E: [email protected]
Collegiate Services Administrator
Stacia Waltz, Omega Upsilon E: [email protected]
Extension/Chapter Consultant/ ColonyAdmin. JenniferWhite;Alpha Gamma E:[email protected]
Alumnae Services/Archives Administrator
Paula Beasley Omega Omicron E: [email protected]
Computer Network/Project Admin.
Dina DGerolamo.KappaTau E: [email protected]
Editor/Publications Manager
Mariellen Sasseen, Alpha Delta E; [email protected]
Graphic Designer/Web Architect
Rebecca Brown Davis, Delta Delta E: [email protected]
Public Relations and Information Admin.
Colleen Reed, Rho Omicron E: [email protected]
Conference and Marketing Administrator
Amy W orsham, Rho Omicron E: [email protected]
Emporium Manager
Linda Fuson, Omicron
E: [email protected]
Emporium Sales/Marketing Admin.
Emily Bishop, Rho Omicron E: [email protected]
Emporium Customer Relations Admin.
Barbara Stubblefield, Rho Omicron E; [email protected]
Shipping Administrator
Mary Beasley
E: [email protected]
Receptionists
Debra Barker; Mary Frances Hastrich [email protected]
Foundation Executive Director
Bobby Stanton, Alpha Xi Delta E: [email protected]
Foundation Assistant Director
Grace Day
E: [email protected]
Foundation-Administrative Assistant
Laurie Taylor
E: [email protected]
Foundation-Controller
Beth Lindsey,Rho Omicron E: [email protected]
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cdllegiate
Idea Shoring
Successful alcohol free Social Events
As proof that alcohol is not required for a party to be successful, our col- legiate chapters share successful alcohol free party ideas. Many AOII chapters are leading the way for Greeks on their campuses in an effort to prove that alcohol does not make the party Additional alcohol free party ideas are included on page 42.
Beta Gamma Michigan State U
We organized an assasins game with a fra- ternity on campus. Everyone was originally given a card with someone's name and a wristband to use to assassinate the oppo- nent. We had to learn about whom ever was on our card in order to "assassinate" them and continue in the game.
Chi Defta
U of Colorado
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Chi Epsilon
The Ohio State U
This past year we had a "Gatorade TG" with a fraternity on campus. We laughed and danced the night away without the presence of alcohol. During Greek Week, we also participated in "Alcohol Awareness Day" and spent the evening playing Survival Bingo. We were quite successfuL.one of our members even won a new bike!
Defe Tufts U
We plan to go apple-picking with an MIT fraternity. We also play "Anything for Money," where we do silly things, like dancing and lip syncing to the Backstreet Boys, to earn play money. This semester we had an auction afterwards with gift certificates to local restaurants, day spas and sports clubs.
Delta Defta
In addition to our usual social events, every year the sisters of Delta Delta have alcohol free social events with various Fraternities. In the Fall, we have a pumpkin carving party with FarmHouse. We have also had skating and bowling parties in the past
Delta Sigma
San Jose State U
Delta Sigma has taken part in Karaoke nights and mocktail parties as non-alco- hol events. Mocktail parties are when sororities and fra- ternities get together and compete to see who can make the best and most cre- ative (Irink out of ice cream, fruit, soda and various other non-alcoholic ingredients.
Gamma Chi Carleton U
Every year our chapter co- hosts a ballroom dancing and etiquette lesson with a
Chi Delta Chapter became the first sorority on the University of Colorado campus to host a non-alcoholic Luau and Pig Roast on the chapter's front lawn last fall! Several fraternities and sororities were in attendance and the party was a huge success among guests. Chi Delta hosted dinner, including a pig roasted by chapter members, tropical fruit salads and frozen desserts. Karaoke and dancing provided by a DJ on the porch finished off the evening with a lot of fun and laughter. Chi Delta hopes to make this an annual event held every fall immediately following recruitment.
fraternity. This gives the women of our chapter a chance to improve their etiquette and dancing skills before formal, all the while having lots of fun.
Gamma Sigma Georgia State U
The sisters of Gamma Sigma chapter had anawesomealcoholfreesocialeventwitha fraternity last fall. It was a "Pajama Jam Mixer." The mixer took place at a local IHOP. It was incredible! Everyone showed up it their wackiest p.j.'s and chowed down on pancakes, waffles, eggs, grits, and all other kinds of breakfast food. We had dif- ferent awards we presented at the end of the night such as biggest slippers, ugliest p.j.'s, prettiest p.j.'s, brightest p.j's and more.
Kappa Kappa Ball State U
Kappa Kappa chapter has had much suc- cess with the cookouts that we have planned with other Fraternities. It gives you a way to meet other people and have fun while not drinking.
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Kappa Omega U of Kentucky
We recently had a bowling outing with Farmhouse fraternity and it was a lot of fun. It was a east way to make new friends in a casual atmosphere.
Kappa Rho
Western Michigan U
We were able to try something completely different with one of the fraternities on campus - ballroom dancing lessons. It was a lot of fun because not only did we get to know each of them on an individ- ual basis outside of the typical social scene, but got to have fun learningsome- thing we normally would not have had the opportunity to do. Everyone that par- ticipated had a great time!
Kappa Tau
Southeastern Louisiana U
Easter egg hunt on campus for the children of faculty and staff, and invited a fraternity to join us. We have found that these are great ways to hold f u n social activities, while helping out the community.
Lambda Upsilon Lehigh U
The Lambda Upsilon chapter hosted a pizza party for freshmen with Delta Tau Deltafraternityand Lambda Chi Alpha fra- ternity. We had cups printed for the event
Omega Omicron Lambuth U
Our new member swap with Kappa Alpha had a Hawaiian theme. We wore flowered shirts, leis, and grass skirts. There was food and music. We had a local dance teacher come and show us how to Tahitian dance. The swap with Sigma Phi Epsilon had a casino theme where we played casino games with play money. It was good practice for the real thing! The Kappa Sigma swap was a Halloween theme where we dressed up in costumes, played games, and ate snacks.
cdlegiate news would be a great idea to call the Sigma Chi
athletics chair and invite them to join a co- ed intramural broomball team. The men thought it was a good idea, and the team went undefeated! Everyone involved shared a safe and fun time! Omega Upsilon also had a cookout with the men of Phi Kappa Tau for the Ohio University versus Ohio State University football game. All of the men and women had a blast! The men cooked all of the food, which included hamburgers, hot dogs, chips, watermelon, and soda. The O.U. football team was win- ning during the lirst half, and ail of the AOII's and Phi Tau's were cheering!
Rho Delta Samford U
Rho Delta always enjoys events with frater- nities on campus. This year we have had several mixers with fun themes such as a disco mixer with Lambda Chi Alpha and a barbecue dinner with Sigma Chi. We have also participated in a pancake cooking con- test, sponsored by Panhellenic and Interfraternity Council and with Sigma Nu. We have a blast hanging out with all of the campus fraternities!
Sigma Phi
California State U-Northridge
Last spring we held our annual "Mr. CSUN" event. We had all of the fraterni- ties on campus participate and show us their talent, or at least attempt to. We assigned a coach to each participant and had a "Welcome BBQ" at our chapter house where pictures where taken for the program. It was a blast! Sponsors bought ads to place in our program and on our Mr. CSUN T-shirts, and donations were made by alumnae and local businesses. We were able to raise $3000 for the Arthritis Foundation, making it our most successful event
Tau Omicron
U ofTennessee-Martin
Tau Omicron chapter schedules yearly events with fraternities to help out the community. Our Foster Children's Picnic, with the brothers of Kappa Alpha Order, is always rewarding for both the children and the chapter. Being a positive influence in the lives of these children can mean the world to them. Community Developmen-
Kappa Tau has always tried to incorporate
philanthropic projects with social activities.
We and a fraternity on campus have made
a tradition of dressing up lor Halloween
and passing out candy to the residents of
Hammond State School. For another
Halloween event, we invited a fraternity to
go trick-or-treating. We would dress up in
our costumes and go around the communi-
ty collecting canned goods for the local
food pantry. In the spring we held an ter. The A0II athletics chair thought it
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collegiate
tal Services also looks forward to an AOII party. Tau Omicron teams up with the brothers of Sigma Phi Epsilon each year to host a Halloween party for mentally chal- lenged adults in the community. Tau Omicron chapter is represented well on campus, as we participate in Fraternity Weeks, where sororities compete in games and events.
Theta Chi Momingside College
Last Halloween we co-sponsored a Halloween Dance with the other greeks on campus. We pooled our resources and gave the whole campus an alcohol free option on Halloween.
Halloween mixer with the Pi Kappas, we went to Jaycee's Haunted House and then came back to our suite for a spookadelic party of our own.
Other Ideas
Morticians Ball
This is a great Halloween activity. All guests wear black and decorations are dead flowers, rented coffins, dry ice, etc. Serve appropriate mocktails and snacks for a night of ghoulish fun.
Frozen Turkey Bowling
Who needs a bowling ball when there are frozen turkeys? Get a slip and slide and grease it down with Crisco. (You may want more than one lane depending on the number of guests attending.) Fill ten two- liter bottles partially with water or rent real pins from a local bowling alley. Secure the slip and slide to the ground, set up the pins and divide guests into teams to compete just as you would in an alley. If the turkey is too heavy for some guests, provide a frozen chicken, but whichever, keep the bird in it's plastic wrapping. Serve hot dogs, popcorn, pretzels, soft drinks, etc
Anything for Money
Each person starts the evening with $100 in play money. They earn more money by suc- cessfully completing silly, prearranged gags at various stations. Each challenge earns a predetermined about of money based on the difficulty. The goal is to have the most money at the end of the evening. Or donat- ed items can be on hand for purchase. Gags could include: eating a brussel sprouts, try- ing to cry (with extra money for real tears), lace your shoes blindfolded, rub your stom- ach, pat your head and chew gum at the same time, Suck on a lemon with making a face, say rubber baby buggy bumpers five times, dance with a mop, hula hoop for one minute, or sing the words to a commercial All gags should be in good taste.
As the Parthenon Crumbles
Guestsaredividedintoteamswithvideo recorders and challenged to produce a Greek soap opera - As the Parthenon Crumbles. Using the theme of Greek Week, Homecoming, recruitment, formals, or chapter meetings, place characters in a story line that progress just like a soap
opera. Some team members could write, some film and some act Others, if neces- sary, could prepare snacks for the viewing later in the evening. This event could con- tinue throughout the year to further devel- op the story lines and characters.
BYO...B
Banana...that is. Bring your own banana and you provide the ice-cream, hot fudge, whipping cream, strawberries, and other toppings to make a fabulous banana split Or BYO...Blanket... and you provide the food for a picnic lunch at the park, or lake.
Child's Play
Tag, you're it! Red rover, red rover, send Susie right over. Step on a crack, break your mother's back. Following a quick din- ner, guests gather in a large grassy area to relive their childhood days. All the games you used to play as a kid are on the agenda except mom won't be calling you in to dinner. You could include hide and seek, kick-ball, kick the can, duck duck goose, freeze tag, flashlight tag, hopscotch, four- square, Simon says, mother-may-1, or tug- of-war. Serve your childhood favorite snacks, such as smores, rice krispy treats, etc.
Coffee Shop
Ask guests to bring a small bag of their favorite gourmet coffee or tea to this event Collect the coffee/tea to be prepared and the smell of fresh brewed coffee should pervade the room. Decorate the room like a coffee shop... tables with white table- cloths, fresh flowers, newspapers and mag- azines on the tables and maybe even a stage. Guests can be invited to perform original music, read poetry or give dramatic interpretations. Jazz or alternative music might be appropriate and even a small dance floor could be set up next to the stage. Several people should serve as wait- ers/waitresses serving coffee and baked goods using real or play money.
Canoe Expedition
If there is a river nearby, check into renting canoes and make this a great day event. Pack lunches in waterproof containers, or drop them off at a predetermined picnic site before the outing.
editors note: The above suggestions and many others can be found
Zeta
Pi Chapter
(U of Alabama -
Birmingham)
Theta Pi
Wagner College
During the 1999 Homecoming Season, the sisters of Theta Pi joined forces with the brothers of the Zeta Alpha chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon in creating what would be the winning entry in the 1999 homecoming float contest The night before the festivities the two groups spent the night in the build- ing shed, hammering, nailing, and construct- ing their float with the theme "First Man on the Moon". Several of the brothers and sis- ters spent the entire night guarding the float and slept in sleeping bags in the cold October air. The next day we wore identical shirts and welcomed victory, taking home the first place prize.
Zeta Pi
U of Alabama Birmingham
For our Fall Formal, Zeta Pis danced the night away at the elegant ^fynfrey Hotel in Birmingham. Earlier in the year, we went bowling with the Delta Sigs at Brunswick Riverview Lanes and had a blast! For our
on the Delta Chi Frutemity website
wwwDeltaChi.com.
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AOIIs at the newsstand!
Women's World Magazine
The September 12th issue fea- tures a heartwarming article about three Alpha Phi members who saved the life of another sister injured in a rock diving accident
Roses to Me/// Hahn, Kappa Kappa Chapter (Ball State TJ) for being elected Panhellenic President and winning the AOII Perry Award!
Congratulations to Theta Pi (Wagner College) Chapter mem- bers Meryle Osborne, named Miss New England Teen, and Diana Martins, named Miss Farmingdale.
Roses to the Lambda Tau (U of Louisiana at Monroe) for winning Chapter of the Year on their cam- pusforthe 10th yearina row!
Congratulations to Rho Omicron's (Middle TN State U) Kerry Lane, who was named Panhellenic Woman of the Year.
Roses to Gamma Omicron (U of FL) on winning Chapter of the Year!
Tau Omega's (Transylvania U.) Laura Roberts was named Greek Woman of the Year and Deana /son was named Adviser of
the Year.
Roses to Sharon Stowe, Beta Lambda (Illinois Wesleyan TJ), for having been selected as the new Managing Editor of the university newspaper, "The Argus."
Roses to Afysen Mayes, Chi Psi (Cal Poly) who has recently been elected as the new 2000-2001 Panhellenic President
Best friends - Kera Hopper and Courtney Cline.
Ohio/Greater Cleveland ScholarshipsAvailable
The Cleveland Alumnae Panhellenic Association awards several $1,000 scholarship grants each year to sorority women whose home residence is northeastern Ohio/greater Cleveland. Applicants may attend any accredited 4-year college or university. The scholarships are awarded based on scholarship, chapter involvement, service and need. For an application and full details, contact Chris Wieland at (330)305-0182 or [email protected] Ohio Collegians can check with their collegiate chapter presidents. CAPA's website, www.clevelandpanhellenic.org has information and an application. Deadline is January 2001.
Rochester, NY Scholarships Available
The Rochester Alumnae Panhellenic -will be awarding two individual scholarships of $1,000 each for 2001-2002. Criteria includes membership in an NPC sorority, leader- ship, commitment to education, and a permanent address in the greater Rochester area. For more information, contact Lisa Stevens, 736 Spencerport Road, Rochester, NY 14606, (716)426-4487. Deadline is February 5, 2001.
Florida International U colony members and AOII extension team members.
AOII Colonizing at FIU
Colonization efforts are underway at Florida International TJ, Miami, Florida. AOII absorbed a local sorority, Kappa Theta, which petitioned for national expansion. AOII was selected in March, 2000 and held successful informal recruitment functions in July and September. The colony will be supervised by a resident Chapter Consultant and a Colony Network Specialist. Installation of AOIIs 177th col- legiate chapter will be January 20, 2001.
B e s t friends since third grade
and sisters for life!
Kera Hopper (Delta Sigma) and Courtney Cline (Chi Lambda) were best friends from third grade until Kera moved to California before her sophomore year of high school. She eventually ended up at San Jose State TJ and Courtney to TJ of Evansville after taking a year off to travel.
Both wound up pledging AOII and were reunited this past summer at Leadership Institute.
Glamour Magazine
The October issue features Delta Upsilon's (Duke U) Chapter FVesident Alisa Nave, as one of GlamourMagazine s Top 10 Collegiate Women of the Year.
Roses to Chastity Henley, Delta Epsilon (Jacksonville State TJ) for being named Greek Woman of the Year and to Aimee Brock, named Adviser of the Year.
Congratulations to Laura Krebill (Gamma Alpha) elected Panhellenic President at George Mason U!
TyrendaWilliamsJau Delta
(Birmingham Southern U) won the Miss Alabama preliminary swimsuit competition and was named 2nd Runner-up!
Courtney Kissel, Chi Lambda
(U of Evansville) was crowned the 2000 Winter Homecoming Queen. This is the 5th semester an AOII has been named fall and winter Homecoming Queen- Roses to Zeta Psi, (East Carolina U) for their Chapter Excellence Award and to Michelle Gottschalk, Greek Woman
of the Year.
Erin Frey, Epsilon Omega
(Eastern Kentucky U) was elected Panhellenic President for the year 2000.
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Sisterhood Stories
You will enjoy reading these stones of sisterhood from our alumnae chapters. As one chapter reporter wrote, "One motto, one badge, one bond and singleness of heart brought us together as sisters by chance, and through the power of friendship we have becomefriendsby choice."
Atlanta
The Atlanta Alumnae Chapter is very proud of our Vice President, Jenny Durden. She partici- pated in the Avon 3-Day Walk, a 56 mile walk to benefit Breast Cancer Research. The walk raised over $2.5 million dollars! Since many of our members have had breast cancer, we were very pleased to be represented at this Avon Breast Cancer Walk by Jenny. She had to raise $1,700.00 to participate in the event Many of our members donated to this fund. Jenny spent weeks of training to get in shape but she said it was worth it Over 2,000 participants made it to the Victory Walk and
thousands of people cheered them on from the
start at Lake Lanier to the 5*L» finish in Piedmont Park
in downtown Atlanta. On
the last day Jenny wore
her AOII shirt for all to
see. Jenny, you are an inspiration to all of us.
Austin
Bloomington/Normal
Alumnae
Chapter
Michelle Claire Howard
and I became instant best
friends when we met dur-
ing the summer of 1989
at a small rural high
school in Kentucky. Ten
years later, we re still best
friends! We've supported
each other through beauty pageants, college finals, boyfriend ups and downs, her pregnancy, her travels to Germany and mine to Texas not to mention countless other sisterhood stories...but the best story of all is how we became sisters.
In high school, Michelle told her dreams of going to college and being a cheerleader and in a soror- ity and all the other traditional dreams. I was quite the opposite: I wanted to go to college, but strictly to pursue my education, emerge a lawyer and locus on my career. But Michelle went to a small college close to home that didn't offer sororities and I attended a major metropolitan university with an active greek life. I was approached by some of the sororities to attend their open rush parties, but uninterested, 1 dili- gently pursued my double major with an unquenchable drive. I met some incredible women friends in my courses that were president of the Student Body, on the Student Councils, presidents of various honor societies, and all over
campus.-.those women all were AOlIs. After being invited to join the Pi Alpha chapter, I quickly accepted and jumped in head first Suddenly, Michelle was no where to be found In fact, she was angry because she thought I was choosing my new sisters over her. I was dev- astated and didn't want to lose my best friend over this!! I pleaded with her to just come meet these women, she would understand that they are wonderful and yes, very close to me, but she would always be my eternal best friend. Then during our fall Formal Recruitment, I opened a birthday card and out fell a folded up letter inserted into the card. When I opened up the paper, there, staring
back at my was Michelle's very dis-
Epsilon Omega Sisters welcomed me with open arms. Michelle hugged me after her initiation rit- ual and whispered into my ear: "You're right..l understand now...and I love you!" Thank you AOII for making my best friend my sister! - Karma [sis Robertson.
Baltimore
We are encouraging members to volunteer and participate in the Jingle Bell Rim in Baltimore to benefit the Arthritis Foundation. This event will take place on December 13 in Fells Point
Bloomington-Normal
In May 1999 my father passed away after an eight-month battle with cancer. One of the first things I did was go down one floor in the hospital to let an AOII sister know what had just hap- pened. Shetalkedtome,letmecry,andgaveme a big hug. She asked if there was anything she could do, other than call alumnae in the area to let them know about my father. I said I didn't think so. I know that very shortly after this talk the 'AOII network' went into effect Calls were made to sisters in the area, sisters from my college days, and close AOII friends out of state. Cards, emails, phone calls, and flowers started arriving for myself my sister (Paula Starkey, who is also an AOII) and my family. Several AOIls came to dad's visitation. I have always known what spe- cial sisters I have, but the love and support I received during this difficult time were tremen- dous. I want to say thank you to all of my AOII sisters for always being there! Alpha Love and Mine - Sheila Kaurin
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tinct handwriting on AOII Stationery! Her very first words read: "Howdy Sister!" She had transferred to Eastern Kentucky University and went through rush and found what I found: wonderful AOII Sisters! I had the privilege of attending her initiation ceremony
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Bozeman
We have a tradition of giving our graduating Alpha Phi seniors badge boxes purchased made by the Palouse Alumnae Chapter, the Senior Kits and our Bozeman Alumnae Cookbook at a Senior Salad Supper we hold in their honor. We hope they will be reminders of the lasting and long reaching network of sisters.
Bucks County
The Bucks County, PA Chapter was installed in November of 1998. We are a fairly small group, but represent all parts of the USA We have had a great time exchanging stories of life in our various chapters, and this has given a fuller meaning to being an AOH sister. What a wonderful time we have each time we meet
Calgary
Our chapter had so much fun at our first annual belly dancing class! There were 10 first time belly dancers brought together by one of our belly dancing sisters. The instructor complemented us on being the best beginner class she's ever had. This event was a terrific non-threatening way for
As I look back, I often ask myself what took you so long to get up the nerve to attend that first meeting? I remember how unsure I felt meeting these sisters who I knew 1 had AOII in common with but had never met before. Now without a doubt I can say I am thankful I have been blessed with my sisters whom I have grown to love with all my heart. One motto, one badge, one bond and singleness of heart brought us together as sis- ters by chance, and through the power of friend- ship we have become friends by choice.
Central New Jersey
Since New Jersey is a very transient area, many sisters come and go from the area quite fre- quently. We have found that whether our mem- bers have been in the area for many years or wind up only staying for a year or two, our chapter is like a candle in the window for AOIIs. We have members who had not been involved in AOII for a long time before coming to us, while others have been a constant presence. For those who have been involved elsewhere, we are among the first contacts they make as they settle into their new home and we offer the opportunity to stay involved. Although the faces are different AOII is the same.
alumnae news Dallas
This year the Dallas Alumnae Chapter welcomed a new member, Julie Efferson. Julie wanted to belong to an alumnae group because there were none in her area. Fortunately, Julie works for a major airline and commutes 262 miles from San Angelo to our meetings. We have arranged to pick her up, take her to the meeting and return her to the airport in time for her flight home. This is a sister who is committed to AOII and we are lucky to have her!
Detroit North Suburban
Recently a member of our chapter moved to Atlanta and joined the Atlanta Alumnae Chapter. Her (and the whole chapter's) excitement and involvement with the "Rose the Panda" project inspired us to get involved, too. We have a num- ber of fund raising activities planned to help that effort We are excited about this opportunity to still work with our sister who has moved away and aidan AOIIeffortatthesametime.
Fort Lauderdale
The Fort Lauderdale Alumnae Chapter would like to share a great sisterhood story which hap- pened in our chapter this past year. During our first meeting of the year, we always ask the sis- ters to share with us how their summer went exciting news or happenings in their lives, etc. It was during this exchange that one of our recent- ly graduated alumnae members (she had just graduated from the U of Florida in June 1998) announced that she needed a job! After the meeting, one of our long standing members approached her with an opportunity to work as a Marketing Support Representative for SkyTel Communications in Boca Raton, FL. She ended up getting the job, and has been there for about a year and a half now! She loves her job, travels frequently, and is now also the Vice President of our alumnae chapter! It just goes to show you how sisterhood in AOII continues on and on - way aftercollegegraduation!
Greater Kansas City
The Greater Kansas Gty Alumnae Chapter tried something a little bit different for our first meet- ing. We dedicated the whole meeting to a "fire- side" activity. Everyone went around in the circle and shared their favorite memory of AOII. We closed the meeting with "Once More United." It was a great experience for all both young and old- it strengthened our common bond of sisterhood as well as our chapter!
Greater Los Angeles
Sisterhood at its best... when WLA member, Ann Lampe recently went into labor, Jennifer
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sisters to learn about a different culture and form of exercise. We would highly recommend this to other chapters who want to venture from the norm and expand their horizons.
Central Louisiana
Tojoinornottojoin?Thisisaquestionaskedby manyalumnaeoncetheymakethetransition from collegiate status to alumnae status. Forme, like other sisters, I know it took some time to ven- tore out and attend that first alumnae meeting,
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One of Chicago West Suburban's 15+ year mem- bers, Nancy Bussing, has moved to Singapre this past summer because of her husband's transfer. She was a past president and always very dedicat- ed to our chapter. Nancy still stays in touch with a
n u m b e r o f ^5 t a s by S h e e v e n h e l P^the w l m o u r M ^ r a l s e r purchasing
Nancy is willing to pay her dues and be a member. Nancy embodies the true meaning of sisterhood. Our chapter really misses
her cheerful smile.
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Dalessandro (WLA President and a Labor and Delivery RN) diecked in tliroughout the day. She wanted to make sure that all went well. Jennifer provided much needed input and support during a long (at least much longer than Ann had antici- pated) labor. Jennifer was even able to arrive in time for the delivery. Ann's husband was very grateful to have some AOII support on hand.
Greater Pinellas
We initiated a Secret Sister friendship group as a fun way to keep in touch with a "special" AOII friend. During the year cards and/or gifts are sent on holidays, special occasions, or just to keep i n touch. I n April, we identify ourselves to our AOII Secret Sister and present her with a long stem red rose.
Hammond Area
I was at a bachelorette party a few years ago and the bride and most of the women there were members of 'fheta Phi Alpha. At dinner 1 was seated coincidentally next to someone and we immediately "hit it off." In conversation, I asked how long she had been a Theta Phi and she said she wasn't and that she was in fact an AOII from U of G A and had only recently moved to our area. Come to find out, she lived 2 doors down from my Mom who had just been initiated into AOII. The following year, she and her husband bought a new house and surprise, it's in my neighborhood! Seems we were destined to meet and become friends! -Patti Dowie, ANS.
Hopkinsville Area
Susan Mabry Ahart (Alpha Chi) has been a guid- ing force behind the Hopkinsville (KY) Area Alumnae Chapter all through our 15-year history. Susan has served AOII faithfully as an alumnae member. She has held the offices of Afumnae Chapter President, Vice President and Membership Information Chairperson. The busy wife and mother of two, is an elementary school Assistant Principal in the Ft. Campbell (KY) school system, active in her church, her commu- nity, and her children's school.
Indianapolis
One of the things the Indianapolis Alumnae Chapter does particularly well is sisterhood. Each meeting has time set aside just for catching up. Outside of our monthly meetings there are sever- al groups of sisters that meet to do various activi- ties. There is a bridge club and a "Chick FTiks" group that meets monthly to see the movies our guys won't go see. Above and beyond these planned activities, groups of Indianapolis AOII's meet for dinner often.
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Kentuckiana
Six months aftertakingthe officeofpresident,my family and I were involved in a serious car acci- dent My son and husband were not injured but I had broken a vertebrae in my back and was 3 1/2 months pregnant. My officers, Kathy Shambo, Candi Allen and, later on, Lorie Gant without question, took over mv duties while I started the long road to recuperation. To this day. they still stand in for me when the pain doesn't allow me to attend a function. They sent me cards and brought me flowers to lift my spirits as time seemed to drag on. I didn't attend the same college with these girls, in fact I met them and became friends with them through the alumnae chapter, but they have shown me that AOII sister- hood really does live well past the college years. -Karen Tierney Toombs
Muncie
Our greatest sisterhood fun evening was our "Valentine Mystery Dinner' organized by mem- bers Carolann Mikesell and Vicki Shipley. This was a spouse/guest night held in the home of Vicki and Ed Shipley. An Italian dinner was catered by a local restaurant but the menu from which dinner courses were ordered was in Italian. Guests were required ahead of service to order 4 items for each of the 4 courses. Items included eating utensils, napkins, drinks, etc It was such great fun to see how guests met the challenge of eating soup with a toothpick, salad with a knife, or received the dessert before spaghetti! Dressed appropriately, two couples did the serving with gleeful presentation of the choices. Italian music added to the festive atmosphere. The evening rounded out with a spirited competition between the men and women in the game of "Guesstures." It was an evening of great fun that will not be for-
gotten by those who attended!
Nashville Area
Here in Nashville,we rely many times on email to remind our members about upcoming chapter events, new babies, and general items of interest
Last spring, one of these general items of interest has helped to save the life of a dear friend of our chapter. You see, last spring, member Theresa Davis (Alpha Kappa) received an email warning about a new type of breast cancer that first appears as a rash rather than a lump. Theresa sent the email on to friends and family members, including many of her AOII sisters. The email was sent forth from there. The result —a friend of many AOIIs in our chapter received the email and read i t She had recently noticed a rash simi- lar to the one described in the email. Although she felt fine and had no lump in either breast, she decided to make an appointment with her doctor and check it out — based solely on her intuition and the information provided in the email The rash turned out to be breast cancer. Although in the early stages, the form of breast cancer required extensive pre-operalive chemotherapy and a double mastectomy. Our dear friend is now undergoing post-operative chemotherapy and radiation treatments. Her prognosis is good and we thank heaven for that With the thought- fulness of our dear sister and other AOIIs in our chapter, our friend is today surviving breast can- cer. Had she not received and read the message from her AOII friends, she more than likely would not be with us today The power of friend- ship in AOII is a wonderful force within our fra- ternity and extends to those outside as well
New Orleans
Louise Roddy embodies AOII for a lffetime. Louise and her childhood girl friends decided they wanted to join a sorority, but they wanted to stick together so they all pledged AOII at Pi (Tulane U) in 1921. Louise later transferred to Illinois, where she joined AOII there and had a ball Louise recendy contacted us because she has no female heirs. She wanted to donate her very precious AOII jewelry and AOII silver engraved items to people she knew would appreciate them most It was truly an AOII moment to see some- one who kept AOII close to her heart all these years!


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Southern Orange County
We have a very diverse group of women who were initiated throughout the United States over aperiodof80years.Yet,forallofourdifferences we all share one thing in common, AOII. Many times we will have an impromptu part of a meet- ing or event when we share stories of our college days. It is fun to listen to other sisters stories to discover similar memories of what it was like going to school and being involved in AOII. It did not matter what year our memory was from. We have taken these special memories and shared them with our local collegiate chapter. What a wonderful surprise it was to learn that we all had similar experiences.
St. Louis
Three of our St Louis AOII alumnae have really bonded over the past three years while raising young children. Leslie (Skolmowski) Berry and Kathy (Dougherty) Nickel met at Delta Alpha at the U of Missouri, and Donna (Johnson) McGinnis met them both through the St Louis AOII alumnae group. They live in the same neighborhood, belong to the same Catholic parish, and have grown closer sharing the joys of new motherhood. All three are working part- time, which is a very difficult enterprise with young children. Day care options are very limit- ed and often inflexible. However, they've devel- opedaninformalsystemofcaringforeachothers' kids as a backup, so all of them have peace of mind and can earn the income important to their families. Just another way AOIIs help each other out!!
Terre Haute
Take a lew pregnant AOII alumnae, a few who have recently given birth, host a baby shower and you've got a wonderful sisterhood event That's what occurred during a recent Terre Haute Alumnae Chapter meeting, which was held at a Terre Haute restaurant The event was so success- ful that we thought we'd try it with a newfocus- a shower for the local Council on Domestic Abuse.
Virginia Tidewater
Kathy Am is one of the Charter Members of our alumnae chapter, and she has a big event coming up that we wanted to share with our sisters. Kathy and four members of her new member class will be turning 50 in the year 2000. They are going on a seven day cruise together to celebrate. Five years ago, Kathy suggested that if they started putting aside money each month, then they could take a special trip together for their 50th birth- days. They also will be joined on the trip by another friend who is going to become an alum- na initiate this year.
New York City Area
AOII New York Qty Alumnae Chapter celebrates our sisterhood monthly with dinners at various restaurants around town. It's a great way to keep involved with our sisters' lives.
NY/NJ Metro
We are always there for each other.....helping each other with babysitting, transportation, support when a crisis occurs and making each other smile on a bad day. It is really nice to see Ritual at work when we need a friend and there is always an AOII sister there to help. We love to celebrate special occasions as well....the birth of a baby, a wedding, a special birthday or a job promotion. Our husbands and children have even grown closer together through the years, as we often include them in our activities. Sharing and caring are oftenforgottenin today's busy world...but not among my sisters here in the NY/NJ Metro Area Alumnae Chapter.
Piedmont, N C
The friendship of Kim Adkins and Tammy Childress Glenn, members of the Piedmont NC Alumnae Chapter illustrates AOII sisterhood for a lifetime. Kim and Tammy became fast friends while accepting their bids to the Epsilon Chi Colony at Elon College. They have remained close throughout the years—seeing each other through weddings, career changes and even clos- ing on their respective homes on the same day! A mainstay in their friendship has been their dedi- cation to AOII. Both served in Leaders' Council positions during their collegiate years, and as alumnae they have held offices in the Alumnae
Chapter and are currendy advisors to Epsilon Chi Chapter. Kim is EX Corporation Board President and Tammy served as a Recruitment Network Specialist. Tammy says, "Growing up I was thankful for my brother, but I always wanted a sister, and because of AOII, I found that sister in Kim".
San GabrielValley
Part of our sisterhood is based on doing things for others. In January, we made Valentine's card kits for the children of our local philan- thropy, WINGS. In October, we got sticky and gooey making popcorn balls lor them. You really get to know your sisters when you're doing something fun!
San Jose
One of our most active alumnae members, Lisa Dodd,worksforthesocialservicesdepartmentin our community. She mentioned at one of our meetings that she works with disadvantaged fami- lies. Lisa suggested that we "adopt a family" for Christmas. We did and it really brought us together as a group. Not only did everyone par- ticipate, but each person went above and beyond any expectations that Lisa may have had when she made the suggestion. As sisters we realized how blessed we were and also were thankful for the opportunity to help others. What an amazing experience in giving. I think we benefited more than the family we helped!
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alumnae
Do you have what it takes to be anAOII Rose Member?
If you are an AOII alumna who doesnotlivewithina50-mile radius of an active AOII alumnae chapter, or if you are unable to participate in your local alumnae chapter's activities, then you have what it takes to become an AO! I Rose Member! Membership in an alumnae chapter is such a reward- ing experience, offering opportu- nitiesforfriendship,service,per- sonal development and network- ing. With the Rose Member pro- gram we hope to offer some of these same benefits to members who are not part of an alumna chapter but who wish to honor and to benefit from the lifetime commitment they made to AOII.
To become a Rose Member, you simply need to complete an appli- cation form and submit an annual fee of $15. Once your application has been received, you will be sent two issues of our Rose Member newsletter during the year, a print- out of AOII alumnae residing in your zip code area, a small gift from AOII International, and occasional correspondence from alumnae network personnel You will also be signed up for our Rose Member Listserv on the AOII website so that you will be able to easily communicate online with other AOII Rose Members.
The new Rose Member program has been developed to reach out to as many of our alumnae as pos- sible and bring them back into the fold of the Fraternity. We look for- ward to welcoming many new Rose Members - sisters, together, forever. If you "have what it takes," please join us!
If you would like a Rose Member application, please e-mail [email protected], or telephone Headquarters, (615) 370-0920, extl3.
S.California Council Founders'Day Set
Southern California council of Alpha Qrnicron Pi invites all alumnae in Southern California to the Founders' Day 2001 Luncheon on Saturday, February 3,2001 at the Odyssey Restaurant in Granada Hills. The event will be hosted by the Ventura County Alumnae Chapter. For reservation information contact Genie Lownsdale at (805) 498-1876.
AnAOII hosts
Bike For Life
58-year old Chi Delta alum Gloria Smith is a 14-year survivor of breast cancer. In 1994, Gloria founded WomanTours to offer road bike tours for women only.
In March 200L Gloria's WomanTours is hosting BIKE FOR LIFE, a 60-day tour cross- country. All proceeds will go to the National Breast Cancer (Coalition Fund; all the cyclists will be either women battling breast cancer or supporting others. Registration to cycle is suggested by November 30,2000, and a training schedule will be provided. For information about cycling, sponsoring the riding costs of a breast cancer survivor, or donating to NBCCF, contact WomanTours, P. 0. Box 746, Driggs, Idaho 83422 @ 1-800-247-1444. The e- mail address is [email protected] tours.com. Gloria's website, http://www.womantours.com., will track the BIKE FOR IJFE riders across America for those who may want to greet the women or road
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Pattie
Wendie Nowlin Highsmith.
Beta Gamma (Michigan State U)
Eighteen Beta Gammas from 1953-57 spent a reunion weekend together at die Chicago O'Hare Marriott last October. The weekend was such an overwhelming success that they are planning another in September 2001. For more information, contact Janet LaRue Buck,
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4198 Mollineauf Road, Frankfort, Ml 49635.
Alpha Rho (Oregon State U)
Alpha Rho classes of 1970-1973 held a reunion in July at the chapter house. They had a great time and felt like collegians again reminisc- ing over scrapbooks, photos, and singing AOII songs.
Alpha Phi (Montana State U)
The Alpha Phi class of 1961 recently met for a fun-filled weekend reunion in Port Townsend, Washington. Like a successful reunion they held five years earlier, this event allowed for time to catch
up on families and careers. They even wore specially designed T-shirts for the occasion and vowed to meet again in 2005!
Alpha Pi
(Florida State U)
A reunion of five Alpha Pi sisters from 1965-67 took place in June 2000 at Glacier National Park Montana. Pictured are Michele Purdy Noullet, Mary Ann Potter Hensarling, Leslie Smith Bakker, Anne Carr, and
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