ADK dons ‘Shades of Pink’ for breast cancer awareness
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Shades of Pink were worn at the ADK October meeting. Bethany Stephens, left, presented the program, “Important Pieces.” Vice president of the Alpha Theta chapter is Julie Mitchell, right.
Shades of Pink were worn at the ADK October meeting. Bethany Stephens, left, presented the program, “Important Pieces.” Vice president of the Alpha Theta chapter is Julie Mitchell, right.
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‘Shades of Pink’ were worn at the October meeting of Alpha Delta Kappa in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. October is the month Alpha Delta Kappa also sets aside to remember the founding sisters and honor present members.

ADK is an international honorary sorority for women educators.

Bethany Stephens presented the program titled “Important Pieces.” She passed out puzzle pieces to each “important member.” The Alpha Theta Sisters then attempted to fit the pieces together to complete five small puzzles. Each puzzle shared an encouraging message:

1. Pretty violets: Classy in the bleachers, everyone loves Alpha Theta teachers!

2. You are always wearing your letters: ADK.

3. These letters don’t make me better than you — they make me better than I used to be!

4. We may not have it all together, but together, we have it all — Alpha Delta Kappa.

5. Don’t judge a book by its cover — judge it by its best chapter — Alpha Theta.

Stephens’ program was a reminder of the importance of the founding sisters, as well as the importance each member plays in the Alpha Theta Chapter.

In celebration of Founder’s Day, the Alpha Theta Chapter will share ADK information with the women educators in the local schools.