Delta Gamma Women Help Organize Louis Braille School Library

We’re always glad to see the DGs (members of the Delta Gamma Sorority from UW) at the Louis Braille School. Alumni and current collegiate DGs have volunteered in the past. Their projects include making large and tactile Valentine Day cards, helping us set-up displays for our annual benefit auction, and assisting with a book signing and lecture.

On Saturday, October 25th, nine DGs came to the Louis Braille School and volunteered to organize our new library holdings. They arranged books according to category, alphabetized them, and color coded them with dot-shaped labels.

The DGs are good company. They’re industrious and work with a smile, and that’s a hard combination to improve on.

Our next door neighbor, Pagliacci Pizza, donated a couple of large pies to serve as lunch for the volunteers. We and the DGs thank them.

Thank you, DGs! We appreciate your willingness to give generously of yourselves by working as volunteers. Your spirit touches us. The work you do at the Louis Braille School makes learning a little easier and life a little better for the children.

DG's in Louis Braille School library

Pictured in the Louis Braille School library are the women of Delta Gamma Sorority, University of Washington, Beta Chapter.

Top row, L to R: Brooke Williamson, Anna Fox, Jeni Ayers, Dani Schoener, Rachel Hollcraft, Jenna Tamkin

Bottom row, L to R: Claire Sunderland, Cecilia Jeong, Katie Bengston