Through your years as a collegiate member, it was easy to keep in touch with your Alpha Gam sisters. Now, as an alumna, it’s not that simple. Being involved in an alumnae chapter or club gives you the opportunity to gather with sisters for fun events such as visiting a new restaurant or participating in a community service project. No matter how you would like to stay involved, there are several ways to incorporate Alpha Gamma Delta into your everyday life.
By attending an alumnae event in your area, you may meet a sister from a different collegiate chapter who becomes your best friend. By joining the conversation on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or LinkedIn, you might make a connection that leads to the perfect career. You could even change a sister's life through a donation to the Alpha Gamma Delta Foundation.
Being an Alpha Gam lasts long after graduation. Beta Iota Alumnae Chapter meets throughout the year and is involved with many activities with the collegiate chapter. In September, the alumnae supports the chapter and helps with Formal Recruitment. In November, alumnae attend Initiation and the Feast of Roses. In the spring, the alumnae chapter plans and holds International Reunion Day (IRD). Academic awards are given to collegians at IRD. All members are invited to IRD. If you would like to attend meetings, contact Mary Dawson Droste. email@example.com
The alumnae chapter sends out an annual Beta Iota newsletter. To receive the newsletter please send full name, email, address and initiation year to Elise Rennels Ramsey, at 2143 Hidden Lake Court, Charleston, IL 61920 or email her at: firstname.lastname@example.org