Chapters in Minnesota
Chi Chapter is located in the Red River Valley serving the communities of Crookston, East Grand Forks, Ada, Twin Valley, Halstad, Gary, McIntosh, and Fertile.
Eta Chapter serves the communities of St. Cloud and central Minnesota.
Iota Chapter serves the communities of Winona, La Crescent, Houston, Rollingstone, and Lewiston.
Kappa Chapter serves the communities of Duluth, Proctor and Carlton. We are key women educator who share a love of reading. We raise money for a local grant-in-aid and assist a non-traditional woman seeking an education degree. We enjoy tremendous, positive fellowship with each other. We are fun!
Mu Chapter Serves the communities of Bagley, Becida, Bemidji, Blackduck, Cass Lake, Clearbrook-Gonvick, Hines, Laporte, Leonard, Northome, Pinewood, Red Lake, Remer, Shevlin, Solway, Turtle River, Walker. We also have members in Oregon, South Dakota, and Texas. Our 113 members meet seven times a year in churches, restaurants, and various other venues. We provide leadership opportunities for our members and encourage active participation. Through programming, grants, and scholarships we support women educators at all levels. We provide much needed supplies for new teachers and we support a variety of special projects such as local libraries, food shelves, classrooms, and an area homeless shelter. Please check out our website for more information about our activities.
Nu Chapter is based in Mankato. Learn more about this chapter by visiting Nu's website.
Pi Chapter serves the communities of Faribault, Kenyon and Northfield.
Sigma Chapter serves the communities of Mahtomedi, Maplewood, North St. Paul, Oakdale, Stillwater, White Bear Lake. Our chapter is filled with talented, women educators. We support a local women and children's shelter by purchasing school supplies, serving meals, and regularly contributing to their financial and material needs.
Alpha Kappa serves communities in the north and northwest Twin Cities metropolitan area: New Brighton, Brooklyn Park, Fridley, Osseo, and Anoka. Ours is a small and dynamic membership! Our programs are initiated by "The Reflective Women." Its four units are 1) Composing a Life, 2) Experiencing Beauty, 3) Searching for Truths, and 4) Engaging Communities. We find this method stimulating and enjoyable - a mark of success!
Alpha Meta is Minnesota's newest chapter. This is a state-wide chapter of active members with their own leadership team, dues, meetings, and votes on DKG business.
Alpha Omega serves the communities of Woodbury, Newport, St. Paul Park, Cottage Grove, South St. Paul & Burnsville. We are small, but very close, yet very open to new people. We all work together on everything.
Alpha Rho serves the communities of Andover, Anoka, Blaine, Champlin, and Coon Rapids. We are a very active chapter. In each of the past ten years, through our fundraising efforts and memorial bequests honoring former teachers, we have given two or three scholarships to young women entering college to become teachers. This year, in addition to hearing speakers and visiting community resources, we plan to continue to offer scholarships to future educators.
Alpha Theta serves the communities of Mound, Westonka, and Minnetonka. Our chapter contributes thousands of hours volunteering our time with such things as Guardian ad Litem, Sojourner, MN Landscape Arboretum, MN State Parks, church activities, classroom volunteers, Books for the Blind, historical societies, and various activities with the elderly.
Beta Alpha serves the communities of Owatonna, Faribault and Waseca.
Beta Beta serves the western suburbs of the Twin Cities. They have actively worked with the World Without Genocide Institute to end human trafficking.
Updated: April 2019