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The Circle of Sisterhood is providing our second grant to present funding for 27 young women in Tanzania as they move forward in their education. The young women are students at Ruhunga Primary School, which is located in the Bukoba district of the Kagera Region, on the west side of Tanzania. In rural areas of […]

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When the shock of a twin pregnancy wore off and I did my gender-finding ultrasound to discover two girls, my husband’s mind immediately went to the financial woes of raising girls-proms, college, weddings AND shoes! My concerns went somewhere different-I didn’t want to raise bratty kids. I hate that so many kids these days seem […]

“You never know where you could have been born”. I heard this statement on a regular basis throughout my childhood. My parents recited it so my siblings and I would begin to understand we were lucky. They wanted us to recognize the gifts we had been given in this world and that it was our […]

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Why did I join the Circle of Sisterhood Board of Trustees? First reason, the founder of the organization, Ginny Carroll asked me, and people have a hard time saying no to her. Secondly, in 2006 I quit my job and spent eight months on an adventure of a lifetime. The idea for the trip came […]

Miami University’s Panhellenic Council is getting creative with fundraisers for Circle of Sisterhood. They recently invited fraternity men to join in on the fun, hosting a “Brothers Helping Sisters” trip to a Cincinatti Reds game. The event raised almost $400 in donations, which were an add-on to the game ticket price. We interviewed Molly Kenney, […]