Electra Province
Electra News
Chapter Name
Location
    Topeka
    Wichita
    Topeka
    Lawrence
    Kansas City
    Omaha
    Nebraska Eta
    Omaha
2015 Winter Pleiad
December 12, 2015
2019 Electra Province Conclave

"Unmistakably Lawrence"
October 11-13, 2019
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oubleTree Inn
2
00 McDonald Dr.
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awrence, KS

Hosted by Kansas Kappa Chapter

Registration Information To Come
President
Eileen Neeley
Missouri Delta
Vice President
Gail Allen
Kansas Kappa
Educational Director
Lenore Warne
Kansas Beta
Recording Secretary
Mary Kreager
Nebraska Zeta
Corresponding Secretary
Sandi Kayne
Nebraska Zeta
Treasurer
Angie Hall
Kansas Beta
Past President / Web Site Liaison
Candace Moore
Kansas Kappa
2018-2019 Province Officers
Memory Tickler from 1980-81
How many of these lovely ladies do you know?
Front Row (L to R): Gracene Sims, Mary Lee Pfeiffer, Jane Loveless, Joan Billing, Helen Hyde
Middle Row (L to R): Maxine Michael, Judy Hurlbert, LaVerne Gates, Syble Cocannouer, Dorothy Fiechtl,
Linda Wheeler
Back Row (L to R): Mildred Hill, Ruby Cohn, Dorothy Smith, Violet Ayers, Cynthia Fox Brachler, Iris Ozmun
2015-16 Scholarship Recipients

Irene Mutch Thomson Electra Province Scholarship Winners:

Rachel Lord
Ms. Rachel Lord will attend Kansas State University pursuing a
bachelor of fine arts degree with plans to become a
professional artist/art director. Rachel stated that art has had
the same impact on her life as much as music.   It was
impossible to decide if she loved band more or art more, as
they are just equal to her. After completing her four-year
courses at K-State, and after having started a career in art, she
plans to get a masters degree in fine arts. In addition to being
an art major, she plans to get a minor in music and participate
in many bands at the University.  She would love to offer
private lesson, learn to play the alto saxophone, be involved in
community bands and ensembles.  She hopes to influence
people’s imagination and ideas through art and music.
Rachel has been involved in many extra curricular activities
such as National Honor Society, Emporia State University Honor
Band, Kansas State University Concert Band Clinic, S.A.D.D.,
Spirit Club, Golf varsity, and much more.

Jasmine Thompson
Ms. Jasmine Thompson will attend the University of Nebraska,
Kearney, NE pursuing a major degree in graphic design with a
minor degree in art.  Jasmine stated that after she visited
colleges and seeing college level work, she knew graphic
design is where her heart lies!  She stated that becoming a
graphic designer would make possible to depict words into
pictures.  The audience will understand the information
provided by observing.  Her passion is to work with colors,
designs and different fronts to incorporate the meaning of a
piece.
Jasmine was a member of the National Honor Society, designed
logos for a cheer camp, a concealed and carry class and the
2013-2014 yearbook cover. While attending school she worked
and was active in cheer and NHS, FFA, and FCCLA.
Recent Bettye Bielfeldt Award Recipients  
  • 2016 - Dorothy Jones
  • 2018 - Cheryl Neeley
  • 2018 - Cathie Barber
2015 Spring Pleiad
May 7, 2015
2018-2019 Province Board
Conclave 2018
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eft to Right: Eileen, Gail, Lenore,
Mary, Sandi, and Angie
2016 Spring Pleiad
June 24, 2016
2014 Fall Pleiad
December 7, 2014
2016-17 Winter Pleiad
August 20, 2017
2017 Spring Pleiad
August 20, 2017