Delta Kappa Gamma society marks Founders' Day with initiation, awards

Sunday, May 15, 2016
New Delta Kappa Gamma Epsilon Chapter initiates are (from left) Michael Fisher, Ginger Bodnarick, Chelsey Meluch, Marcia Murtagh, Marilyn Brackney. (Courtesy photo)

Epsilon Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma International Society for Key Women Teachers welcomed five new members during its recent Founders Day Brunch at Almost Home.

Initiates were Danville Middle School social studies teacher Ginger Bodnarick, South Putnam Central Elementary teacher Michael Fisher, Area 30 Career Center Academic Integration Instructor Marcia Murtagh, Cloverdale Schools biology teacher Chelsey Meluch and retired special education teacher Marilyn Brackney.

Members of the Alpha Epsilon Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma met for the annual Founder's Day brunch on Saturday, May 7 at Almost Home in Greencastle.

Delta Kappa Gamma is an honorary international society of women educators from around the world. The society promotes professional and personal growth of educators and excellence in education.

Each year, the Epsilon Chapter presents a grant-in-aid award to a deserving Putnam County female student who majors in education. The recipient this year is Emily Clark, a graduate of South Putnam High School, who will complete her elementary education degree at Indiana State University next year.

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