Sigma Kappa Hosts Founders’ Day And Initiation Celebration

Tuesday, November 13, 2018
Sigma Kappa Sorority, Theta Phi, UTC welcomed 43 women into their sisterhood
Sigma Kappa Sorority, Theta Phi, UTC welcomed 43 women into their sisterhood

Members of Sigma Kappa Sorority, Theta Phi, UTC, hosted a Founders’ Day and Initiation Celebration Sunday at the Chattanoogan. 

Collegiate members, alumnae, and guests enjoyed lunch, presentations of various awards, and a program to honor Sigma Kappa’s’ five founders that established the sorority 144 years ago in 1874. 

Ellie Davis, vice president of New Member Education, Theta Phi, UTC, recognized 43 new initiates that the chapter welcomed into their sisterhood in October. 

Twenty-five-year pins were presented to two alumnae members, Robin Rabiner, Delta Nu, Longwood University and Macy Ward, Theta Phi, UTC, in a ceremony with their daughters, Kyleigh Ward and Caroline Rabiner, both members of the Theta Phi Chapter, UTC. 

Award recipients from Theta Phi, UTC, include the following members Savannah Springer, Ashley Ann Williams Award; Lauren Fox, Pearl New Member; Katie Martin, Shining Pearl; Emma Darnell, Kymn Sherman-Living our Values; Ellie Davis, Most Outstanding Member; Jocelyn Adair, Shelby Glisson “IMPACT” Award; Sadie Arbuthnot, Outstanding Executive Council Member; and Anna Martino, Karen Hampton Excellence in Leadership. 

The Joan R. McNeil-Murray Outstanding Alumna Award was presented Elizabeth Robertson, Kappa Lambda, North Georgia College and State University.



Award recipients from left, Savannah Springer, Lauren Fox, Katie Martin, Emma Darnell, Ellie Davis, Jocelyn Adair, and Sadie Arbuthnot
Award recipients from left, Savannah Springer, Lauren Fox, Katie Martin, Emma Darnell, Ellie Davis, Jocelyn Adair, and Sadie Arbuthnot

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