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Alumni Spotlight

Members of the TKE Delta Nu Alumni Association recently presented a $1,000 check to the New Nodaway Humane Society (NNHS). Pictured left to right are TKE alumni Bill Adams and Mark Hendrix, NNHS Board Chairman Doug Sutton, TKE alumnus Mat Beu, NNHS Shelter Manager Wendy Combs, TKE alumnus Dennis Christensen, NNHS Office Coordinator Sue Hoskey, NNHS Board member Kylie Mattke, and TKE alumni John Moore and Brian Wunder.

Members of the TKE Delta Nu Alumni Association recently presented a $1,000 check to the New Nodaway Humane Society (NNHS). Pictured left to right are TKE alumni Bill Adams and Mark Hendrix, NNHS Board Chairman Doug Sutton, TKE alumnus Mat Beu, NNHS Shelter Manager Wendy Combs, TKE alumnus Dennis Christensen, NNHS Office Coordinator Sue Hoskey, NNHS Board member Kylie Mattke, and TKE alumni John Moore and Brian Wunder. (Submitted photo)

Oct. 9, 2017

TKE alumni present donation to local humane society

Alumni of Northwest Missouri State University and members of the Delta Nu Alumni Association of Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity visited Maryville Oct. 6 and presented another donation to a local a local non-profit organization as part of its Good Neighbor program.

The men gave $1,050 to the New Nodaway Humane Society, located in Maryville, which shelters and cares for lost, abused or unwanted dogs and cats, while advocating for the humane treatment of animals and the reduction of overpopulation through spaying and neutering. Donations to the humane society support the operation of the animal shelter as well as medications, veterinary expenses, food, wages and supplies.

Alumni of the TKE fraternity launched their Good Neighbor Program this year to show gratitude to the Maryville community and support non-profit organizations in the city and surrounding region.

In June, alumni association made its inaugural gift, donating $1,000 to Lettuce Dream, a social enterprise and hydroponic greenhouse in Maryville that is dedicated to teaching professional skills to young people with cognitive or developmental impairments. 


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Mark Hornickel, Communication Manager
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