The Delta Delta chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha met Oct. 1 at the Community Foundation of Jackson County in Seymour with Susan Waltz presiding.
The chapter plans to submit a bid to host the 2021 Indiana Epsilon Sigma Alpha spring conference with Stacey Brummett and Dee Hess serving as co-chairwomen.
Philanthropic chairwomen Hess and Linda Hofer reported on fundraisers, including mum sales that raised $1,640.95 for Jackson County United Way and other charities; the Oktoberfest $999 raffle with a $1,200 goal going to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Camp Riley and other charities; and craft day Oct. 26 with a goal of $300 for Easter Seals.
They also reminded members to continue clipping coupons for Hope for Heroes and asked for volunteers to help at The Arc of Jackson County Halloween Hootenanny on Oct. 12.
Vice President Mary Anne Schneider announced that rush was a recipe swap Oct. 24 at the Community Foundation.
Julia Aker and Sherryl Lamb provided refreshments. Samantha Collier and Libby Kimmel won the monthly ways and means raffle that raised $41.
The next meeting will be at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 5 at the Community Foundation of Jackson County with Brummett and Pam Marsh as hosts.