, Muskogee, OK


May 5, 2012

Club news, 05.06

— Club news runs on Sundays. Deadline for club news is noon Wednesday.


Virgil Rose, president of the club, was the Toastmaster for the evening at the May 1 World Class Speakers meeting.

The local club meets the first and third Tuesdays of each month at the Three Rivers Museum, 300 Elgin. Meetings are free and open to the public.

Information: (918) 577-2873 or (918) 687-8887.


The Muskogee Chapter of the National Association of Retired and Current Federal Employees will meet at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at Kiwanis Senior Citizens Center, 119 Spaulding Blvd. Speakers for the program will be delegates who attended the NARFE State Convention at El Reno.

A door prize will be drawn. All federal employees, members, and guests are invited.

Information: Ed Farris (918) 682-8839.

Alpha Theta

Alpha Theta Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha International will meet at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday in the home of Joan Eaton. The May meeting includes the annual salad supper and secret sister gift exchange. Secret sisters for the 2012-13 will be chosen.

Ardyce Briggs will conduct the installation ceremony for the 2012-13 officers. Ardyce has served as Alpha Theta Chapter president, president of the Oklahoma Council of Epsilon Sigma Alpha, and is a 64 year member of ESA. Chapter officers to be installed are: President Joan Eaton, Vice President Maggie Sellers, Secretary Marianne Robbins, Treasurer Elise Jimison, Educational Director Marjorie Szabo, and Parliamentarian Ruth Jo Carnagey. Joan will announce her theme for the year and her committee appointments. The Awards Chairperson will present years of service awards and Pallas Athene recognition for ESA service.

Alpha Theta members in attendance at the 69th annual State Convention recently held in Norman were Peggy Pate, Joan Eaton, and Ruth Jo Carnagey. Peggy Pate was award the Third Degree Pallas Athene, Joan Eaton was recognized for 30 years of service in ESA, and Ruth Jo Carnagey received recognition for 45 years of service.

Plans will be made during the May meeting for chapter members to work at the St. Jude home in Owasso to be given away on June 17.

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