Welcome from the President

Greetings Alpha Chi Omega Sisters! Welcome to a new year of wonderful programs for the Mu Mu Alumnae Chapter of Greater Kansas City. I would like to give many thanks to the past president, Kim Bartak, and other board members for their service to Mu Mu. We have a great group of Real.Strong.Women. that support Mu Mu by serving on the executive board, opening their homes for events, donating time and talents for fundraising, and paying membership dues to support our collegiate chapters and philanthropies. I have served in a number of roles on the board, VP-Membership, VP-Fraternity Relations and most recently spent as few years as VP-Finance/Treasurer. I am honored to serve now as President. As I begin this new role, I am excited to continue to be a part of the great team of women that dedicate their time and talents to make Mu Mu a strong alumnae chapter. Many of these women also serve on chapter advisory boards, house corporations, and national roles. We also have strong new alumnae initiates. The Alpha Chi Omega bond is for a lifetime, no matter when it starts.

We would like to welcome all the Alpha Chi Omega alumnae in the area to join us at one or more of our programs or events. We have a variety of programs to choose from and an opportunity to meet sisters from across the country. Whether you are new to Kansas City, a recent grad, or now have time to get involved, we would love to see you at our events. We have a great mix of activities to choose from, including monthly programs, GAMMA-day time meetings, monthly Lunch Bunch, Young Alum outings, Mom and Tot, and fundraising and altruism events for family and friends. Please contact me or any other board member if you have any questions, need a ride, or would like to carpool. Please check out the program schedule and mark the dates on your calendar. Thanks to all the loyal members that pay their dues, serve on the board, support our fundraisers through attendance and donations, and attend our monthly programs.!

Bev Nichols, Alpha Nu ’75