Beta Nu

Alpha Delta Pi's 61st chapter was installed on February 11, 1933. Beta Nu initiated seven girls at the University of Georgia, including fourth generation legacy Grace Wilson Waters and Lucile Brown Carter, great-granddaughter and great-niece of Founder Ella Pierce Turner. Mrs. Waters lived in Athens and was involved with the chapter throughout her life. The chapter lived in several houses before the present antebellum house was purchased in 1939; a large addition was constructed in 1963. Monica Souther Keller, Zeta Iota - Georgia College, Kaye Brown Dillard, Delta Theta - Valdosta and Beta Nu, and Janey Cooley are long-serving local alumnae. Ann Waters Satcher was a long-serving alumna as is Betty Clements Hilburn who was chair of the Macon Volunteers for the 150th Convention and oversees our Macon interests. Beta Nu has been selected Outstanding Sorority on campus several times.