Delta Kappa Gamma
Thirty-two members of DKG, Nu Chapter, met Tuesday, March 31, 2015, at
the Crossview Covenant church in North Mankato.
The meeting was called to order at 5:30 by president Barb
Muellerleile. The minutes of the November 2014 had been sent out
Sue Moore presented the treasurer’s report, which was passed without
• A slate of candidates for our chapter’s officers will be submitted at
our next meeting on April 16, 2015.
• Mankato’s City Center Hotel has been booked for the state DKG
convention. The dates of the convention are Friday, April 16 to Sunday,
April 18, 2016.
• Beth spoke about the upcoming fundraiser on April 12. Topics covered
included needing a full table of 8 to have the reserved sign and
filling out silent auction forms before coming to the fundraiser to
There will be 12 centerpieces this year and four sponsored floral
arrangements for this year’s fundraiser. People who have
centerpieces were reminded to get them to Beth. Non-DKGers who were
donating items for our fundraiser were recognized. Beth also talked
about the schedule of the program and modeling.
Volunteers are needed to help set up the tables and the silent auction
items. Beth will send out emails regarding this.
Beth also stated the First Congregational Church’s council has
established new rules for people who hold events at their church. This
may impact our use of this church for our fundraiser in the future.
Beth talked about our last two meetings of the year. Our author
meeting with Lorna Langvik is on April 16 at 5:00. She will be sending
out emails to ask for help in bringing salads and desserts to that meal
meeting. Our last meeting of the year is May 5 at Good Counsel.
North Mankato Community Read events in April were also discussed. Beth
will send emails to members concerning them.
There was no new business.
The meeting was adjourned.
Members then heard a wonderful presentation by Grace Keir concerning
changes in women’s clothing through the years, and the positive effect
bicycles had on those changes. It was informative as well as
entertaining. We believe Grace should consider presenting this at next
year's state conference in Mankato.