|Lifestyle Briefs: 05-24-13|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune|
|Friday, 24 May 2013 07:11|
The last inspection for the district was held May 21 in Bowling Green with Deputy Grand Matron Kathy Baltz, North Baltimore, serving as inspecting officer.
Worthy Matron Denise Zephier opened with Lakota theme information on the sacred pipe. Distinguished guests were greeted with quotes.
Courtney Boswell, Bowling Green, received the degrees of the order during the initiation ceremony.
Zephier closed the meeting with a quote from the book "Iyeska," written by Charles Trimble, uncle of her deceased husband. It told of his 1972 vision quest that took place just prior to his serving as executive director of the National Congress of American Indians in Washington, D.C.
Following tradition at the last inspection, Baltz was "roasted" by the district worthy matrons.
The evening concluded with a reception served by the district men's Century Club to 51 members and guests. The dining room tables were decorated with wicker baskets filled with flowers, greenery, feathers, and Indian pictures.
The next stated meeting will be June 4.
TONTOGANY - All members and one guest attended the May 20 chapter meeting at the home of Jackie Shank in Waterville.
The social committee prepared the lunch.
President Judy Robinson opened with a reading in reference to the new theme: "Beta Sigma Phi Lights Up Our Lives."
Social activities were discussed. The picnic with husbands will be June 10 at 6 p.m. at Centennial Park in Tontogany. Donna Lambert will supply the grill and purchase the hot dogs. Other members will bring a dish to share, their own table service and drink.
A Mud Hens ballgame is scheduled in July and Betty Buehrer will make the arrangements. Other social activities, planned by the social committee, will be forthcoming.
The chapter will again sponsor the pie baking and cupcake decorating contests at the Tontogany Festival in August.
Opening Day will be Sept. 6 for 10 a.m. brunch at Lambert's home. The first meeting of the fall will be on Sept. 16.
Members brought items for the Otsego Food Pantry. The service committee will deliver them.
Pie and beverages were served following the meeting, which marked the 56th anniversary of the chapter's founding in 1957.
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