ABOUT US

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OUR SYMBOLS

THE ZONTA EMBLEM

"ZONTA" is derived from a Lakhota word (Teton Dakota, a language of the Native American Sioux peoples) meaning honest and trustworthy. It was adapted in 1919 to symbolize the combined qualities of honesty and trust, inspiration and the ability to work together for service and world understanding.

The emblem is not simply a decorative design. It is an adaptation and composite of several Sioux Indian symbols which, when superimposed, take on a special significance for Zontians. For the full story of the Zonta Emblem, please visit www.zonta.org.

YELLOW ROSE

The Yellow Rose is Zonta's Symbol of Fellowship.

Zontian's celebrate Zonta Rose Day (March 8th - which is International Women's Day) to honor and celebrate inspirational women.

2019/20 OFFICERS AND BOARD

2019/20 OFFICERS and BOARD

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(L. to R): Georgann Hemker - Director;  Carla Boyes - President;

Angie  Karwan - Vice-President;

Ramona McDonald - Treasurer;  Patty Reff  - Secretary;

Tricia Stieber- Director;   Isolde Erickson - Director