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Key local female leaders advise middle school girls
Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority hosts GIRLS Academy
W Girls Academy photo
Thirty-four girls from William James Middle School celebrated being a girl, were inspired by a powerful panel of Statesboro female leaders, learned about respecting themselves and others and completed a service project for their school at GIRLS Academy this past weekend, staffed by volunteers from Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority, including the Zeta Upsilon chapter at Georgia Southern University and alumnae. - photo by Special to the Herald
Four prominent female leaders in the Statesboro community made up a powerful panel that addressed 34 girls from William James Middle School earlier this month at the first local GIRLS Academy, staffed by volunteers from the Zeta Upsilon chapter of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority at Georgia Southern University. Nuggets of wisdom and bits of advice - words that could best be heeded by either gender, any race, any age - were offered by the panel to middle school girls nominated by teachers and faculty of William James. The girls took part in the day-and-a-half event, spending the night at William James Middle School.
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