Soroptimist International supports GP United Charities Tools for Schools program. This coordinated effort run by GPUC will be held on August 24th, at SGPHS, families must register before they can participate in this program.
If you are interested in making a financial donation to GPUC, please mail your check to:
Grand Prairie United Charities
Grand Prairie, Texas 75051
Donations of school supplies may be brought to the Edward Jones office of Terri Dirba at: 3824 S. Carrier Pkwy
Grand Prairie, TX 75052 (Monday – Friday)
Supplies can also be brought to the Soroptimist house located at:
121 SW Dallas St., GP 75051.
For additional information please go to GPUC website: www.gpuc.org
Social events, attention prospective members! If you are interested in joining SI-GP please join us on Thursday, July 25 from 6:30 – 8:30 pm for our ice cream social by the pool. For more information, please call Pat at 817/991-8176 or Karen at
All A Awards at GPHS on Sunday, May 19th, were a resounding success with a capacity crowd in the newly renovated H. H.Chambers Auditorium. Almost 200 students in the GPISD were recognized, including 14 seniors who achieved all A’s throughout their tenure. Congrats to all students!
At a recent business meeting, Soroptimist member Tammy Chan, talked to the club about Sex Trafficking Victims in our community. As we know, this is one of the major issues that Soroptimist International of the America’s has identified for clubs to help eradicate in our communities and educate the women involved.
The club will be forming an investigatory committee with others in the community to see if there is a way we can all work together and help the women who have been forced into this.
Soroptimist Girl of the Month for April and May: (L-R)Leslie Stull- Counselor SGPHS, Anabel Nguyen-Grand Prairie High School, Maggie Hales-Dubiski, Kailee Mathison-Reagan, Taylor Woods-Adams, Caitlin Baggett-Grand Prairie High Schoo,l Laura Abundes-James Fannin, Alexis Gouard-Truman and Lizbeth Soto-Arnold. Submitted photo[/caption]
On Saturday, the Soroptimist International of Grand Prairie recognized high school and middle school girls in the Grand Prairie ISD for their outstanding character, community service and leadership.
Each month the Soroptimist Club honors the winners with a certificate and at the end of the year one girl from each high school is chosen Girl of the Year and awarded a $1,000 scholarship. A special thank you to GP Reporter for the photo and covering this story.
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