, Muskogee, OK


October 7, 2012

Club news 10.07.12


Omicron Eta Chapter

Omicron Eta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met Oct. 2 in the home of Charlotte Watkins.

The meeting was called to order by President Martha Tuteral with members reciting the opening ritual. The minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. The treasurer’s report was given and approved. After a short business meeting Debbie Schrader presented a very interesting program for the members.

The program was presented by Debbie Schrader on Meals on Wheels, which is one of the chapter’s projects for the year. Each member brought canned goods to replenish their food supply. Debbie gave a brief history of Meals on Wheels. She related that the program was approximately 15 years old and had feed many people over the years. There are no restrictions on who may receive the meals which are delivered twice a week. There are no paid employees. The cooks, food buyers and delivery team are all volunteers. Meals on Wheels is sustained by donations only and does not receive any Federal or State help. Debbie stated this has been a very rewarding and fulfilling part of her life.

The November meeting will be at the home of Stephanie Flusche, hosted by Ima Jean Flusche. Stephanie will present a program on Scrap Booking. The Communication Chairperson will notify members of any changes.

Chapter B of PEO

Chapter B of PEO will meet at 10 a.m. Tuesday in the home of Cindy Ketcham. Hostesses are Jennifer Moore and Angie Weaver. The program will be given by Jill Abdallah, a Mark Kay consultant.


Through Oct. 25, M.A.R.C. will be participating in a special Avon fundraising campaign, from which the proceeds will be used to offset the costs of M.A.R.C.’s special Olympics group while it travels to and participates at the State Special Olympic games in Oklahoma City and Stilwater.

Various Avon products will be available for purchase from members of M.A.R.C. Checks are acceptable, payable to M.A.R.C. for its special Olympics program. Payment upon order of these products is required.

Information: Cynthia Wise, (918) 577-0201 or Beverly Byrd, (918) 683-4728.

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