DKG Beta Nu Chapter acquire skills in auto care
On Saturday, March 11, at 9 a.m., several members of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society International Beta Nu Chapter met at Anthony’s Auto Service, located at 111 Craik Street in Marlin. The Delta Kappa Gamma Society International, which was founded May 11, 1929, in Austin, is a professional honorary Society of women educators. Members of this Society, which promotes professional and personal growth of its members and excellence in education, themselves received education on auto maintenance. Photographed are left to right: Member Sister Cynthia Derry, Parliamentarian Phyllis Macmillan, Guest Maggie Majors, Secretary Sheila Lawson, Treasurer Dr. Marlene Zipperlen, and President Letitia Estep. Not pictured were Vice President Shirley Wilson, Members Sisters Rhonda Milton, Monalisa Matthews, Peggy Clark, Roseanne Groseclose, and teacher-in-Africa Carolyn Groseclose. Anthony Roppolo, proprietor and Master Mechanic guided members through the perplexity of information on car maintenance, tools for battery care and emergencies, and making purchases of cars, tires, and warranties, as well as safety before and during driving. After all, to keep a car running as long as possible, it helps to know how things are going on the inside. There’s a reason for routinely take one’s cars in for oil changes, tire rotations, and fluid inspections. Now, these ladies are equipped with knowledge to handle auto maintenance, auto and warranties purchases, and car emergencies.