Society Luncheon

  • Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Provided Four local chapters of Alpha Eta State, a Society of Key Women Educators, met for their annual Quad-Chapter Luncheon at the Inn at Middleton Place in the Lakehouse on Jan. 25.  Retired teacher, author, and South Carolina historian Becky Dingle of Summerville was the guest speaker. Alpha Eta State president Linda Navorska awarded the Order of the Rose to longtime member of Alpha Rho, Verna Blanton. From left,  Mary Williams, Alpha Sigma president; Susan Cebulka, Alpha Omicron District Four coordinator; Navorska; Dingle;  Nancy Andrews, Alpha Rho president;  and Ruth Thorpe, Beta president.


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