Game Day Fundraiser for Local Scholarships


On Saturday, March 21, 2020, the Beta Epsilon Chapter of Delta
Kappa Gamma will be hosting their second annual Game Day to benefit
future educators in Union, Towns, and Fannin counties in the Fellowship
Hall of the First United Methodist Church of Union County from 1:00 – 4:00
PM. To participate, just purchase your ticket – invite your friends to make a
table or join a table and make new friends, bring your board or card games,
and enjoy a fun afternoon of games, door prizes, and a silent auction.

Refreshments will be served. Tickets are $10 per seat tickets at the
following places through March 5th: Janice at Young Harris Pharmacy,
Susie at Union County Public Library, and the hospital auxiliary desk at
Fannin Regional Hospital. Beta Epsilon members will also have tickets
available for purchase or you may e-mail requests to
[email protected] All proceeds go directly to the scholarship fund.

For more information you may visit the website:

The Future Key Woman Educator Scholarship is awarded by Beta
Epsilon chapter of Psi State – Georgia of Delta Kappa Gamma Society
International. This chapter includes members from Fannin, Towns, and
Union counties. The scholarship is awarded to a female resident of one of
these three counties who is a rising junior or senior at the college or
university level in an accredited education program who has demonstrated
high academic achievement, leadership experience, involvement in
extracurricular activities, community and civic involvement, and a
commitment to pursue a degree in education. The 2020 scholarship
amount is $1000. The deadline for completed application is March 15,
2020 and successful applicants will be notified by April 15, 2020.

Incomplete applications will not be considered. The application is available
at For more
information, please email [email protected]
Request that this be run as a free news item for the benefit of local students.
Thank you.
Donna Howell
Beta Epsilon Secretary

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