Your issue of Collegial Exchange should be in your mailbox soon - and yes, it's a busy season, but don't miss another great article by Karen Kinney, Alpha Zeta (pp 19-20)as well as a copy of the Keynote Address by Cathy Daugherty at the Arts & Humanities International Conference last summer and thoughts from Dr. Judy Merz, 2019 International Achievement Award Winner - among many others. Quite honestly, when the idea of a magazine aimed at practicing educators was first broached, as a retired educator I wasn't very excited. Wow, was I ever wrong! The articles selected for each issue are not only relevant for active teachers, they are just as inspiring for members no longer in the classroom. Don't miss it!
If you'd prefer, you can read it online as a flip book (http://magazine.dkg.org/2019/86-2/) once you've signed in, or download it as a .pdf. If you're inspired to do so, submissions for the next issue are due December 15.
Swedish DKG members Jenny Nilsson and Charlotte Lindgren welcomed Hoosier DKG members Roni Embry, Beta (far left) and Marla Glover, Theta (far right) to the International Conference in Reykjavik. Indiana helped Epsilon chapter in Sweden get off to a good start 40 years ago, in 1978.
Indiana members attending the Arts & Humanities Conference in Asheville, North Carolina: (l-r) Mary Anne Schager, Sherry Ritchie, Sue Carr, Marti Daily, Karen Kinney
Omega member Mary Anne Schager won a prize from one of the drawings for "Meet the Block" registrants at the Asheville, NC Arts & Crafts conference.
Each chapter in North Carolina was in charge of creating a centerpiece that reflected an area of the state to be used on all the tables for meetings and meals. Those of us from Indianapolis did a double take at this one, until we realized the cars must be NASCAR, not Indy cars! Delta Pi, we're sure you'd feel right at home in Indy!
From the editor...
Great things are happening all over our state with DKG members!