The Montgomery County, MD Alumnae Chapter

Kappa Delta

Upcoming Events

February 13th, 2018, 7 PM-9 PM Kappa Delta Book Club

Location: Wine Harvest Park Potomac 12525 Park Potomac Ave B, Potomac, MD 20854

Hostess: Lynnette Gannaway

Welcome to our KD Book Club!  Before a meeting location is decided, we are looking to see how many people are interested.  Please come ready to enjoy one another's company and bring a suggestion for next month's selection

The February book is  'Commonwealth' a novel by Ann Patchett

We hope that you will join us!


February 19th, 2018, 9:30 AM to 11 AM

Coffee and Conversation

Barking Mad Cafe 

239 Spectrum Ave Gaithersburg MD


Join Local Kappa Delta's for a cup of coffee, a treat, and some conversation!  Today is a federal Holiday so we hope to have a great turnout!


February 21, 2018, 12 PM

Kappa Delta's Who Lunch

The Olney Grill 3464 Olney Laytonsville Rd, Olney, MD 20832


Hostess: Wanda Marshall

Ladies afternoon out for Lunch and Conversation! 


February 24, 2018, 1:30 PM-4 PM

Joint Brunch with Baltimore, Anne Arundel, Howard County and Montgomery County Kappa Delta's

Location:  Cafe Poupon 820 E Baltimore St, Baltimore, MD 21202


Hostess: Lynnette Gannaway

It's that time of year where all of our sisters from around the area gather together to celebrate sisterhood and have some networking time.  

The space has the charm of a French cafe, including the black-and-white chairs and tiny tables found all over Paris, and the pleasant sense that no one was in a rush.  The menu includes fine French pastry, including croissants, breakfast pastries, cakes, cookies and more. They also offer fresh salads, sandwiches, and soups, along with our famous quiches, and daily specials …and some of the best coffee in town.

The MoCo Alumnae will be collecting the following item for the Rainbow Place

  1. Small Paper Bowls for salad, oatmeal, cereal
  2.  Hot and Cold Drink Cups 
  3.  Coated Paper Plates - 6 and 9 inch 
  4.  Deodorant 
  5.  HE Liquid Laundry Detergent 

Rainbow Place is an emergency shelter. They work with women at the very beginning of their transition out of homelessness. The primary focus is to keep the women we serve safe during the harsh winter months. We are open from November 1 - March 31. Their clients receive a warm, safe place to sleep, a hot dinner, breakfast, a bag lunch, shower, laundry facilities, access to case management, limited storage space, limited transportation, and referrals to local social service and treatment programs. 

The parking will be street parking
Here is a link to the menu:




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