Epsilon Sigma chapter welcomes new member, hears from Saunders
Epsilon Sigma president Barbara Buroker hosted the February meeting, and members welcomed Sheri Hutto as a transfer member from the Baton Rouge Sigma Phi chapter.
Those attending the exhibit of Vivian Alexander’s jeweled eggs at the Opelousas Museum thanked the chairpersons, JoAnn Eastin and Joyce Coreil. Members enjoyed a lunch together after the museum visit.
Sheila Saunders presented a program on the steps necessary to start a new job while members enjoyed a delicious mustard green and white bean soup.
Sheila Miller and Linda Vizena won the door prizes.
For the March meeting, members met at the home of Theresa Attales.
Cultural chairpersons for the Spring, Debbie Poret and Martha Miller, thanked all those who traveled to Maurice to meet with Alexander and view his Vivian Alexander eggs. Members enjoyed their personal tour of the factory. It was a perfect way to follow up the viewing of the eggs at the Opelousas Museum.
Members discussed the programs they help fund through monetary donations, the Epsilon Sigma Scholarship, bingo at the nursing home, Food for Families and Relay for Life.
The story of Our Lady of Fatima and how her 15 promises to all of us who say the rosary was the theme for Gwen Wolff’s program. She then presented each member with a corded rosary in a beautiful handmade rosary bag along with instructions on how to make a rosary.
Thank you’s for gifts received were acknowledged and the door prize was won by Martha Miller.
All attending enjoyed the social time and refreshments provided by the hostess.