If you have any questions, please contact:
Mary Kay Dornbrock Brown
Lee Hardin Woody
Check us out on Facebook at Chi Omega Alumnae Chapter of Southwest VA.
Members of the Southwestern Virginia Chapter ranges in age from our 20's to 70's. We enjoy attending events throughout the year that bring alumnae together and to assisting with community projects in our area. We also provide support to the Roanoke College (Pi Epsilon) , Virginia Tech ( Sigma Lambda) , and Washington and Lee ( Xi Lambda) Chapters during recruitment. We would love to have you join our group at one of our upcoming events! We look forward to hearing from you.
Dues are just $20 per year. Please contact our Treasurer, Jennifer Thomas Kummer, (firstname.lastname@example.org) for our mailing address.
|Meaghan McShane Wagner||Meaghan.Wagner@healthways.com||President(A.H.)
|Mary Kay Dornbrock Brownemail@example.com||Vice-President/President-Elect|
|Lee Hardin Woodyfirstname.lastname@example.org
|Jennifer Thomasemail@example.com||Treasurer( A.N.V.)|
|Sheryl Hogan Trenorfirstname.lastname@example.org||Active Chapter Relations Liaison/Ritual Chair(A.M.)|
|Dr. Lorraine Suminski Lange||
|Lee Hardin Woodyemail@example.com||Web Administrator|
Make-A- Wish Foundation of Greater Virginia
Roanoke College, Pi Epsilon
Virginia Tech, Sigma Lambda
Washington and Lee University, Xi Lambda
We encourage our sisters to make a donation to the Chi Omega Foundation.
Roanoke County Superintendent, Dr. Lorraine Lange (Pi Epsilon, Roanoke College), was honored with the Art Venture award at The Ninth Annual Women's Luncheon hosted by the Taubman Museum of Art.. A sold out crowd of close to 800 people at the Hotel Roanoke were present when Dr. Lange was honored. Guest speaker was former First Lady Laura Bush who spoke about literacy, education, and her time in the White House.
Lee Hardin Woody (Pi Epsilon, Roanoke College) has recently completed a term as President General of the National Society of the Washington Family Descendants. She is currently serving as Deputy General of the Virginia Mayflower Society. In addition, she chairs the Virginia Mayflower Society's $1620 Mildred Ramos Scholarship Fund which is awarded to a deserving high school senior, college, or graduate student.
Jill Sluss (Pi Epsilon, Roanoke College) has been named as the Publications Editor, Communications Department at American National University/National College/The University of Fairfax.