As future leaders, we continually strive to build stronger ties with our communities and the individuals within them. It is through this understanding that we grow and develop broader worldviews that will shape and support our lives. We celebrate our history through traditions that honor the past while serving the future.
Activities of our Chapter include:
Patronesses and Ticktockers attend a dance performance. They learn about being a good guest, how to properly RSVP and write thank you notes, and appropriate dress. Also, cell phone and social media etiquette, conversation starters, and learning how to be a good friend is covered.
Patronesses and Ticktockers attend a theatre performance. They learn about being a good host, graciousness, and how to properly make invitations. Also, the influence of media of our perceptions of beauty and self is examined.
Patronesses and Ticktockers attend a visual arts event. They learn about table settings and service. Topics of health problems of those with obesity, bulimia and anorexia are examined and discussed.
Patronesses and Ticktockers visit a museum. They learn the etiquette of serving guests. They, also, learn about the early warning signs of an abuser – both physical and emotional.
Patronesses and Ticktockers attend an opera performance. They demonstrate all they have learned about proper etiquette through serving guests at Senior Recognition. They learn about hosting guests, college visits, proper business correspondence, how to prepare college and scholarship essays, and prepare applications for volunteerism.
Patronesses and Ticktockers attend a symphony performance. They learn about ballroom dancing. They use what they have learned in NCL about proper etiquette at Senior Recognition. They also prepare handwritten thank you notes. And they learn about setting boundaries for themselves.