Tri Kappa meets in Seymour


The Gamma Phi chapter of Kappa Kappa Kappa Inc. met May 4 at Fraternal Order of Police Donald M. Winn Lodge 108 in Seymour.

President Vanessa DuSablon began the meeting by welcoming guests from the community.

Four presentations detailing the funding needs for projects were made:

  • Jackson County Clothing Center, $2,000 to 2,500 for a storage building
  • Jackson County Dog Shelter, $3,000 for two dog kennels
  • Boys and Girls Club of Seymour, $1,260 for replacement supplies, acrylics and wood
  • Trinity Lutheran High School, $3,786 for Project Lead the Way software

The chapter will vote on the disbursement of the philanthropic funds between the four organizations.

The flowers and yoga event held in April at Laurilyn Farms was a huge success. The chapter also attended a Sips and Succulents program at Vat and Barrel on May 11 in downtown Seymour.

The chapter approved additional funds for a new design of its adopt-a-spot. This will combine the two areas and give it a new look.

The chapter pledged Sydney Musgrave, daughter of Brandi Musgrave, in an intimate ceremony at JCCT. She will be initiated in June.

The meeting concluded with May birthday celebrations. A thank you was giving to the social committee for planning the socially distant meeting, including snacks. The next meeting is June 1.

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