Alumnae Panhellenic of Southern Dallas and Ellis Counties
The Alumnae Panhellenic of Southern Dallas & Ellis Counties is proud to announce the Winner of their first $500 scholarship to a deserving collegian. Megan Douglas, a 2005 graduate of Duncanville High School, currently attends the University of Oklahoma. She is active as the Panhellenic Delegate for her sorority, Alpha Phi. She maintains a 3.56 GPA, is part of the “Pride of Oklahoma Marching Band”, as well as the “Sooner Showmen” basketball band. She has been recognized as an OU University Scholar, made the Dean’s List in 2006, and also is a member of Alpha Lambda Delta & Gamma Beta Phi Honor Societies. Megan will accept her check at the Panhellenic information Forum, being held at Northwood University in Cedar Hill, on Sunday, April 15th, at 2 p.m. Current high school women are invited to attend this event to learn more about NPC Sorority Groups and recruitment in college. No reservations are necessary and there is no cost to attend. For further information, contact Kate Butler at 214-212-4762.
Local Panhellenic Wins Award of Excellence
The Alumnae Panhellenic of Southern Dallas and Ellis Counties has been presented the award for “Outstanding Programming” from The National Panhellenic Council. NPC consists of alumnae members from twenty-six Greek Sororities, whose main objectives are to promote the development of character, inspired by the close contact and a deep friendship of individual fraternities. Members of the group meet four times a year and will culminate their events with a Greek Information Forum to be held on April 13th, at Northwood University in Cedar Hill. The group also offers scholarships to Greek women who live in Southern Dallas & Ellis Counties that are current collegiate members. A Valentine’s Day Chocolate Wine & Cheese social will be held at the home of Janan Foster, 1308 Wyndmere Drive, DeSoto, TX 75115 on Tuesday, February 12th beginning at 7 p.m. Greek Alumnae, interested in learning more about our open Panhellenic, are more than welcome to join us that evening says, Betty Jo Fuller, president of the chapter.