Scottsdale alumnae chapter welcomes First Lady of Arizona

A record number 212 Kappas representing Phoenix, East Valley and Scottsdale alumnae associations and Epsilon Delta members gathered Oct. 18 at the McCormick Scottsdale to celebrate the 145th anniversary of the organization’s founding.

Angela Ducey, left, the First Lady of Arizona, was the guest speaker at a recent Kappa Kappa Gamma alumnae association meeting in Scottsdale.

Angela Ducey, left, the First Lady of Arizona, was the guest speaker at a recent Kappa Kappa Gamma alumnae association meeting in Scottsdale. She was greeted by Kay Tennison, president of the KKG Foundation.

The highlight of the morning was the speech given by the keynote speaker, Angela Ducey, first lady of Arizona and Epsilon Delta alumna.

Ms. Ducey spoke of the many personal challenges she has faced as a woman in each phase of her life. She reflected on her own personal growth achieved after facing these challenges, and encouraged those in the audience to keep challenging themselves throughout their lives.

The morning concluded with the pinning of six new 50-year and six 65-year members. Jane Parfet is the president of the Scottsdale Alumnae Association.

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