The Star-Herald

Sorority sisters gather

PRESQUE ISLE, Maine — Maine Epsilon Master chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met on Oct. 18 at the home of Judy Kenney.

President Helene Bernard called the meeting to order. Members voted to make a donation to the House of Comfort in memory of Ginny Packard. The Stars Shine Through book was received from International. Sisters present signed the book and presented it to Judy Kenney in memory of her mother, Ginny Packard.

In keeping with tradition, the group will donate money to purchase two wreaths for the Wreaths Across America program.

Many members are eligible for the Torchbearer Degree, which the group discussed. Those who wish to exchange their pins may do so, or purchase a new pin representing the new degree.

The ways and means committee held a pound auction as a fundraiser for the chapter. 50/50 tickets were sold with Judy Kenney holding the winning ticket. Happy Dollars were shared and Cathy Walton, Lucy Adams and Tammy Walton served refreshments.

The next meeting will be held on Thursday, Nov. 15, at Helene Bernard’s home.

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