The Beta Theta Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma International recently initiated new members.
The group welcomed Rebecca Hokanson, of Red Creek; Jennifer Kelsey and Kate Nash, of North Rose-Wolcott; and Cindy Salow, of Wayne-Finger Lakes BOCES.
Beta Theta is a group of women educators who serve students in eastern and central Wayne County. Mary-Martha Harvey, Pi State president, attended the meeting.
Delta Kappa Gamma Society International promotes professional and personal growth of women educators and excellence in education. Beta Theta holds six meetings annually that feature presentations focused on various programs affecting children and families, support resources and points of interest.
Beta Theta supports nonprofits in service to children and families, including Foodlink, Pines of Peace, Literacy Center and Victim Resource Center. It annually offers a $1,000 Putnam Recruitment Grant to a student entering the field of education who attends Clyde-Savannah, Lyons, Newark, North Rose-Wolcott, Red Creek, Sodus or Williamson schools.
New members are welcome.