Delta Kappa Gamma produces masks for its members and offers grants

DKG President Julia Thorn shows the masks she designed for the Carteret County members. Contributed photo)

CARTERET COUNTY — Delta Kappa Gamma, the professional key women educators’ society, is getting set for a new season of learning and advocacy.

Special designer masks have arrived for its local members. Gamma Zeta, the Carteret County chapter forms a voice for education and teachers. If you are a local teacher’s aide or a teacher seeking higher learning, please apply for one of the $500 DKG Gamma Zeta grants at https://sites.google.com/site/deltakappagammazeta/awards-and-recognitions. New officers for the biennium will be introduced at its next event. If you are a key woman educator and would like to know if you are eligible to join, contact Julia Thorn, 252-286-8533, julia1@stanfordalumni.org or incoming president Bonnie Ferneau, 252-247-7435, bonnievista@aol.com.

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