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bulletName of this Site:  When I was NJ State President ('95 to '97) the name of my newspaper column was Pawprints.  I have two very spoiled cats so this seemed appropriate.  I appreciate Delta Kappa Gamma because each member can truly be an individual.
 
bulletIndianapolis, Indiana:    I had the privilege of attending the Regional Conference in Indiana this Summer.  I did miss all the European flags that used to part of our Region, but I am excited for their independence.  I was honored to present my workshop on clinical depression to about 25 women.  It is my goal to share about my illness to help others understand the illness better.

 

bulletI was also thrilled at the Banquet to see our immediate past State President, Beth Ann Richey, escort our new President, Doris Lambert.  Doris has worked hard through many, many offices.  She truly is worthy of the office.  She also arranged to get us a lovely room that overlooked the fountains.  The were radiant in the sunlight and glistened when they were lit at night.
bulletI have been a member of the Society since 1979.  Every year I appreciate more and more that we are a Society to help women grow both personally and professionally.  Being a member is one of my most treasured privileges.

 

bulletI hope to see a record number of attendees in Toronto next Summer!

 

bulletAll these fine ladies represented NJ in Indianapolis.  President Doris was pleased that the whole delegation went out to dinner together one night!  This group held many jobs from timing speakers, chairing the Luncheon,  assisting and giving workshops.  We would like to see this group doubled in size next year in Toronto!