Beta Sigma Phi chapter lauds 60-year members

4 years ago

PRESQUE ISLE, Maine — The Maine Torchbearer Epsilon chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met on Oct. 17 at the home of Helene Bernard. 

The diamond circle ritual was held for Lucy-Jane Adams and Geraldine Higgins. This ritual honors members who have been in Beta Sigma Phi for 60 years. Adams and Higgins were presented with pins, certificates and yellow roses in honor of the achievement. 

Members discussed Ideas for service projects. 

The ways and means committee held a delightful pound auction as a fundraiser and the 50/50 raffle was won by Helene Bernard. 

The social committee shared information about community events, including the annual Toast to the Animals fundraiser, held Oct. 19 to benefit the Central Aroostook Humane Society, and the Brews and Brushes live art event on Nov. 2, the proceeds of which benefit Aroostook Partners for the Arts.

The group shared many happy dollars were shared and enjoyed refreshments served by Lucy-Jane Adams, Linda Swett and Cathy Walton. 

The next sorority meeting will take place at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 23, at the home of Miriam Gregg.