The Omega chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority met at the home of Ann Hall on Monday, Sept. 3.
Following the opening ritual, Bonnie Teater, president, introduced three guests for the meeting, Cheryl Case, Kay Cox and Lois Judy.
Ten members responded to the roll call by answering the question “describe the fun you had this summer.” Minutes were read by secretary Nancy Deitemeyer and approved.
Communication from International concerned Exemplar scholarships available to members in good standing, children or grandchildren of members. Two high school students of Omega members have won these $1,000 scholarships in the past.
Linda Root, treasurer, gave a financial report and reminded members of dues. A budget for the year was discussed and adopted.
Betty Kay McCullough, vice president, welcomed the visitors. As hostess of Omega, she will be in charge of rush.
Judy Judy, service committee, announced plans for lunch and bingo for the residents of Clifton Village on Sept. 28. Members signed up for food and invitations will be sent.
Social chairman Barbara Snopek gave information on a couples outing at Keeneland on Oct. 23. We will be having lunch in the Equestrian Room. Bonnie has the tickets.
There was discussion on putting up a Beta Sigma Phi sign on a highway coming into Cynthiana. All four chapters are to be a part of this. It was decided to wait until the bypass is finished.
Sorority by laws were reviewed.
The October meeting will be at Charlene Dawson’s with Betty Kay giving the program.
The program was given by Ann Hall. She used the theme for the year “light up your life” by discussing what each member had done to light up her life. She encouraged us to do the same for others. The program was ended by her playing the song “You light up my life” and by giving us each a key chain light.
The closing ritual and mizpah were recited by the group.