Epsilon Sigma Alpha receives awards at state convention


The Delta Delta chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha met Sept. 4 at the Community Foundation of Jackson County in Seymour for its monthly meeting with 14 members in attendance.

Roll call was taken by answering "What did you do over the summer to give meaning to life?"

President Susan Waltz announced the awards the chapter received at the state convention in June. They were Barb Grant, Outstanding Member of the Year; Dee Hess, second place scrapbook; Waltz, first place jewelry design and second place mixed crafts; first place most philanthropic money donated excluding state and international projects; first place most philanthropic money donated on a percent basis excluding state and international projects; first place Easter Seals most actual hours; and first place disaster fund most money on a percent basis.

Chapter members recognized for their years of service were Julia Aker, 30; Susan Waltz, 25; and Tonja Couch, 10. Chapter members Stacey Brummett and Hess will be serving on the state board as MARC reps.

Membership chairwoman Jan Engel announced the upcoming rush Oct. 23.

Couch led the chapter educational program with a survey to gain insight about your strengths using the discovery wheel.

Plans were made and approved for the year’s philanthropic projects, ways and means projects and budget.

Chapter meetings are at 6:30 p.m. on the first Tuesday of the month.

Anyone interested in learning more about ESA may contact Engel at 812-528-0549 or [email protected].

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