Elizabeth “Betty” Hines Bloore Scholarship Betty Bloore has given a scholarship to honor her chapter, Delta Rho Chapter, Mississippi. Annually, a scholarship will be granted to a collegiate applicant from Delta Rho. If there is not a qualified applicant from Delta Rho, the scholarship may be granted to any qualified collegiate applicant who is a native Arkansan. Betty grew up in the small town of Crossett, Arkansas.
Over these many years, many personal stories have come out about their experience being an Australian Aboriginal. Beulah Pickwick who is an Australian Aboriginal has shared her story (National). She has experienced a lot of prejudice over the years (National). Beulah grew up with an enjoyable childhood growing up by the Tweed River (National). Growing up she did not suffer much from racism besides some police harassment when was hanging out with her white friends (National).
Inspirational Individual: Elizabeth Blackwell Introduction to Elizabeth Blackwell Imagine a world where only men could do certain things. Only men could be farmers, only men could be construction workers, only men could be doctors. The world used to be this way, but Elizabeth Blackwell changed that. She became the first woman doctor in the US to graduate medical school.
Clarissa Harlowe Barton was an important woman figure in the time of the Civil War. She was every soldiers’ angel in their time of suffering. She was even given the nickname “Angel of the Battlefield”, but let’s start off with getting to know Clara a little bit more before I tell you about how great she was. Clara was born on December 25, 1821, in Oxford, Massachusetts. Not only was Clara born on a great holiday, but she also founded the American Red Cross.
Stephanie Allmon of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram said in one of her articles, “The perky pixie-size gymnast with the wide-tooth smile famously became the first female to grace the cover of a Wheaties cereal box; She remains one of the most popular athletes of all time. ”(news.msn.com) Mary Lou Retton is known for many achievements in her gymnastics career including her “Perfect 10” vault, youngest inductee in The Hall of Fame, and many medals in the 1984 Summer Olympics. Her life-changing career started when she was only 4 years old. Retton’s many accomplishments like her “Perfect 10” had a big impact on society.(biography.com)
Mary Tyler Moore taught me many lessons during my research. She taught me to keep trying even when things get rough. Mary Tyler Moore had to deal with her son dying from a self inflicted gunshot wound and also dealt with alcoholism, but Mary did not let those things bring her down. She kept acting though those things and ended up even stronger than before.
The Fearless Flier “Never do things others can do and will do, if there are things others cannot do or will not do” (qtd. in "Amelia Earhart" ). Amelia Earhart did exactly what she said, she was the first lady and the second individual to travel fly solo the Atlantic. She loved to do things that were challenging. She broke more than six world records set by men.
Amelia Earhart was one of the world's best known aviator. She was the first woman to fly across the Atlantic Ocean as a passenger. She always had an inspiration for airplanes since a child. She fulfilled her passion for flying by traveling around the world. She faced many challenges while trying to fly around the world.
Ronica Berry is a single mother who has one son and one daughter. She is always known as Sis. Berry. Her son named is Garrett, and her daughter named is Gabby. She is known to be my Sunday School teacher and is over the youth group that I'm participating in.