Theta Omega chapter of Phi Beta Psi sorority met at the Community Foundation of Jackson County for its January business meeting.
President Joan Trimpe, assisted by Michele Lewis, Jami Mathis, Dana Byrkett, Mary Reynolds and Janet Cooper, conducted the business meeting.
Cooper gave a report on the family the chapter helped at Christmas. She also reported $3,300 had been forwarded from the national project — cancer research — from the fall bingo event.
The upcoming 44th annual dinner-dance to be conducted Feb. 6 was discussed. Tickets are available from all members at $75 per couple.
The committee decided not to have a photo booth this year but plans to provide a backdrop suitable for people to take “selfies.”
Spring money-making projects were discussed. The next bingo will be April 19. Kalee Alberring is ordering new shirts for members.
Reynolds won the THETO.
At the February business meeting, prospective member names may be submitted, and the annual review will be given by the president.