Sorority meets, reviews practices, activities

Gammi Phi active and associate chapters of Kappa Kappa Kappa Inc. met Dec. 2 at the home of Dody Bowman for a mandatory inspection and business meeting.

The chapter was found to be fully compliant with all rules and regulations, according to a news release.

Members donated items for a Christmas auction to support the ways and means budget.

Refreshments were prepared and served by the social committee of Sarah Reecer, April Burnside and Heather Reedy. Sign-ups were circulated for Christmas gift wrapping at Anchor House and for providing refreshments for the Girls Inc. Christmas party.

The January business meeting was Jan. 6 at Larrison’s Diner.

Dinner was served before the meeting. The Cross Keys magazine was reviewed with the members to show what was included in the new edition and how to find important information.

Planning has started to celebrate Tri-Kappa week Feb. 22-28. Dates were announced for the spring project. The “Twice as Nice” kids consignment sale will be April 16-18 at Girls Inc. Information about becoming a consignor and member work shifts will be coming soon.

Gamma Phi will meet at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 3 at Seymour Police Department for an education program about drug abuse and awareness.

Aubrey Woods is editor of The (Seymour) Tribune. He can be reached at or 812-523-7051.