Delta Delta chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha, International, met Dec. 4 at the Community Foundation of Jackson County building in Seymour with Julia Aker presiding.
Members celebrated the Christmas season with a pitch-in. Aker introduced guests Hope Couch and David Engel, and 16 members answered roll call.
It was reported members had logged 46 service hours.
Aker gave all members goodie bags for Christmas.
Samantha Colliers shared (some information) with members about ESA scholarships available for Indiana.
Event Chairmen reported on several philanthropic projects. The Hope for Heroes Build A Bear project raised more than $900 to purchase 52 bears that were distributed to children whose fathers were just deployed. Members provided free face painting for Seymour’s Downtown Christmas event.
Camp Hope Crop, originally scheduled for October, will be Jan. 19 at Trinity Methodist Church. Deena Personett won the Christmas baked treats for the Ways and Means fund.
Sheryl Lamb shared that Judy Lester will celebrate 60 years with ESA. Linda Hofer and Stacey Brummet won the door prizes. The next meeting will be at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Community Foundation of Jackson County.
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