Nu Chapter

Region X Catawba County

The North Carolina State Organization

The Delta Kappa Gamma Society International


Nu Chapter of The Delta Kappa Gamma Society International is located in Region X of the North Carolina State Organization. The chapter includes educators from Hickory, Newton, and Conover located in the beautiful Catawba Valley at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains.

Next Nu Chapter Event

Thursday, November 4, 2021

Chapter Business Meeting

5:30 p.m. Meet & Greet Social Time

6:00 p.m. Business Meeting

In-Person at Tri-City Baptist Church (Conover) and Livestream for those attending virtually

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Grants for Teachers

Funds are available for non-consumable classroom materials or creative learning experiences.

Apply for a Nu Chapter Grant

If you are blocked from accessing the grant application form using a school email address, please use your personal email address.

Applications due November 30, 2021

Grants are open to members and non-members

Do you have an idea for an innovative class project?

2021 Induction Ceremony

Pictured front - left to right:

New members Anne-Marie Hale & Jennifer Barrow

Pictured back - left to right:

Yvonne Barnhardt, Orientation chair; Dee Snyder,

Nu president; Carol Bostian, Nu Membership chair

Nu Chapter held the 2021 induction ceremony on Thursday, October 7, at Tr-City Baptist Church-Conover. Yvonne Barnhard, Orientation Committee chair, coordinated and conducted the ceremony assisted by Nu President Dee Snyder and Membership Chair Carol Bostian.

Anne-Marie Hale is an English teacher at Maiden High School. Jennifer Barrow is a third- grade teacher at Sherrills Ford Elementary School. Nu Chapter is excited to welcome them and look forward to involving these ladies in our chapter projects and activites.

Pictured belowNew members Anne-Marie Hale (l) and Jennifer Barrow (r)

Nu October Business Meeting

During the October meeting, Nu Chapter welcomed Watha Kollmeyer, Founder and Director of Knickers for New Life, who presented a program about her work in Uganda to provide knickers (underwear), sanitary supplies, mosquito repellant soap, and latrines so that girls remain in school. The annual water bottle collection will be shared with Knickers for New Life, Schools for Africa, and Nu teacher grants. Members can donate directly by going to the KFNL website.

The business meeting included approval of meeting minutes, approval of the treasurer's report and 2021-2022 budget, ratifying electronic votes for establishing the Phyllis Frye Copeland Endowment Fund and Chapter Rules amendments, and accepting the published committee reports. President Snyder presented scholaship stipends to Amanda Moose and Suzanne Cadwallader. Leslie Black presented details about a Nu Cookbook fundraiser.

Watha Kollmeyer presents KFNL program
Dee Snyder (right) presents scholarship checks to Suzy Cadwallader (left) and Amanda Moose (center)
Leslie Black presents fundraising idea