Members of the Alpha Tau chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa International Honorary for Women Educators enjoyed two program presentations at their January meeting. The meeting was held at the Swaney Memorial Library in New Cumberland, WV and was called to order by president Amy Hannahs.

Susan Coxen spoke about the Gabriel Project which is part of the Northern Programs Chapter. The project provides support to pregnant women and families with infants and young children under the age of two years. The group will assist with a project for the New Cumberland location in February.

The second presentation was given by Lacey Cline, Physical Therapist for Summit Physical Therapy. She demonstrated functional strength and mobility exercises and stretches that assist with everyday activities.

The business meeting resumed following the presentations. The Thought for the Day, a reading from Walking in Grace, was given by chaplain Kathy Griffith.

Secretary Velda Icard distributed the minutes of the previous meeting, read correspondence and took roll. Angela Cunningham gave the treasurer’s report. Fran Jones, Ways and Means chairman, discussed the scholarship fundraisers. Ginger Greene, bylaws chairman, presented five amendments to the chapter bylaws which are to be voted on at the February meeting. The group participated in a Fraternity Education activity given by chairman Susan Gracie. Pam Robinson, Scholarship chairman, announced that scholarship applications are due by the March meeting. President Hannahs reminded those in attendance of upcoming events.

Hostesses for the meeting were Velda Icard and Stacy Riggs.

Photo: Members participate in group pt