Abilene Christian College - Prickly Pear Yearbook (Abilene, TX)

 - Class of 1982

Page 286 of 424

 

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Ko Jo Kai ' ittle club of women' expand , Ko .Io Kai, Japanese for "little club of women," amended its constitution to ex- pand membership from 85 to 100 women. "We expanded our membership to allow more girls to pledge. As it was, we would have only been able to induct about 10 new members and we wanted a larger pledge class," said Helen Shollenbarger, Kojie secretary and senior marketing major. In- stead the club admitted 27 Nu Nus in the fall and 30 in the spring class. "Club has been more fun this year because of more participation from more members," said Janet Kellogg, president and senior biology major from Wichita Falls. "We have had more activities for club unity, especially since we increased our membership." One activity that the club began in the early 1970's was resumed this year. Each week of the school year Winnie Gibbs, associate dean of students, received cards, homemade cookies, flowers and other small gifts from members of Ko Jo Kai. Jerelene Fulks, longtime Kojie spon- sor, said the club members "wanted to let her CMrs. Gibbsj know they appreciated her position and her efforts for the whole campus as well as for the clubs." Kellogg said the club tried to enhance its l spiritual aspect by organizing breakfast prayer groups to bring the club members closer to each other and closer to God. Eight groups of about 10 club members met at 7 or 7:15 a.m. three or four times in the fall for discussions, prayers or devotionals. Melanie Pledger, club chaplain and l senior from Corpus Christi, said the l breakfast meetings were a Hgood way to 1 start off the morning. You can meet in club Wednesday night with 60 to 70 girls, but with the breakfast groups you get to know a few of them bet- 1 ter, to know what they're dealing with." l I This page: top - Ko Jo Kai president l Janet Kellogg reflects the "Jungle Book" X theme ofthe spring Nu Nu Grubg bottom ' . l W left - Discussion in a club meeting at- tracts vice president Cindy F enner's atten- tion,' bottom right f Lori Waters, a member ofthefall pledge class, carries an armload of books across campus. Op- posite page: top, bottom left, bottom right - Ko Jo Kai social club members. aa 1 -. ' A - .... . Y ,,,,,, X 'Ss -TN . 282 - Ko Jo Kai

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