Delta Delta Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha met Sept. 4 at The Community Foundation of Jackson County.
President Julia Aker called the meeting to order with members reciting the opening ritual, and chaplain Susan Waltz shared a thought for the day and gave her report. Seventeen members present with 151.5 service hours, $265 goods donate and 517 miles logged.
Secretary Deana Personett read correspondence, and Aker distributed yearbooks and reviewed chapter information. Vice president Stacy Brummett announced a rush will be held 6:30 p.m. Oct. 15 at Seymour Library with the theme “Chocoholic.”
Kara Abraham gave the treasurer report, and the 2012-13 proposed budget was approved. Chapter dues, which are $13, are due for all members. Educational director Samantha Collier shared information on about the chapter’s Oktoberfest $999 Raffle Booth.
Philanthropic chairwoman Mary Anne Schneider presented and approved 2012-13 philanthropic projects.
Linda Hofer reported on fall mum sales. Mums, which will sell at $7 each, will be supplied by Ken Tormoehlen at The Summer Kitchen, and proceeds benefit Epsilon Sigma Alpha Foundation.
Schneider gave a report about the chapter’s Oktoberfest Booth. Delta Delta will again have the $999 Raffle Booth and will sell tickets $1 per chance or $5 for 10 chances. Proceeds will benefit Camp Riley, St. Jude and Epsilon Sigma Alpha Disaster Fund.
Collier gave a report on Fall Crop set for Oct. 27. Proceeds will benefit Camp Hope, a camp for military soldier’s children.
Jan Engel reported on a breast cancer walk to be held Oct. 13 at Karst Farms Park in Bloomington.
Ways and means chairman Brenda Hardesty reported on Summer Crops that had a $285 profit.
Next meeting is at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at The Community Foundation of Jackson County.
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