Thirty-three founding members of the North Greenville College Women’s Auxiliary Board held an inaugural meeting on Monday, August 26, 2002, on the North Greenville College campus. The women were invited to campus to attend chapel service and a luncheon meeting. Guest speaker for chapel and lunch was North Greenville alum, Kelly McCorkle, Miss South Carolina 2002.
During this meeting the purpose of the organization was set forth: to acquaint members and guests with North Greenville College, its faculty and students, and to promote the interests of the College. The organization will serve in a supportive capacity in promoting the programs of North Greenville College, in creating and developing awareness and goodwill in the general public, and in channeling the goodwill into active support of the College. The organization shall be dedicated to aiding and supporting the College in its quest to afford to every student a quality education in a biblically sound, Christ-centered environment. The organization will strive without compromise to increase friends, funds and enrollment for the College.
Officers were elected as follows: Barbara McCormick, President; Ruth McWhite, President-Elect; Gretchen Epting, V.P. Membership; Deborah Tingle, V.P. Special Events; Dianne Stewart, V.P. Publicity; Missy Edwards, Corresponding Secretary & Secretary; Elise Styles, Assistant Secretary; Doris Todd, Treasurer; Virginia Russell, Parliamentarian; Cathy Sepko, Historian; Betty Jo Craft, Chaplin; Daphne Moore, Telephone.
Founding members of the North Greenville College Women’s Auxiliary Board Elise Styles, Elaine King, Daphne Moore, Martha Fowler, Ruth McWhite, Christine Brashier, Mary Mitchell, Polly Davis, Betty Brown, Julie Styles, Betty Jo Craft, Virginia Russell, Gretchen Epting, Doris Todd, Kathy Runion, Barbara McCormick, Susan Howell, Lucile Sullivan, Missy Edwards, Yvonne Durham, Patt Fero, Cathy Sepko, Dianne Stewart, and Deborah Tingle.
North Greenville College Alumni Newsletter, Spring 2003