Preceptor Pi and Theta Master chapters of Beta Sigma Phi had their Sister Chapter Social Jan. 17 at First Christian Church.
Theme for the social was “Chicago.” The social committee decorated with black and white print-outs of scenes from the city of Chicago. Favors were framed pictures of downtown Chicago. The meal included hotdogs with all the trimmings, baked beans, chips and soda. Desserts were a red velvet layer cake and a chocolate sheet cake.
Entertainment was provided by Charlie Moyers, musician, who played music on clarinet and flute denoting Chicago, the city and its sports. His music included “Chicago,” “My Kind of Town,” a sing-a-long with “Take Me Out to the Ballgame,” and an impersonation of Louis Armstrong singing “When the Saints Go Marching In.” Moyers also shared anecdotes from his time playing and traveling with big bands in the 1970s.
The two chapters separated for their respective business meetings. President Janis Link led the Preceptor Pi meeting. Service chair Janice Walker reported she purchased a $40 gift certificate to Papa Murphy’s with the money contributed by members for a pizza party for the youth at the Daniel R. Trickey Life Giving Center. She also included three liters of soda, two games (Twister and Checkers) and some stickers for younger children. She delivered these items to the Life Giving Center.
Ways and Means chair Jeri Brozek displayed the neatly designed card she had made to be placed in the VIP bags for the Great Bend Bridal Affaire set for Jan. 28 promoting the chapter’s “Reception Sisters” fund-raising project. Social chair Susan Brown reported the Valentine Social is set for Feb. 11 at Classic Inn.
The next meeting of Preceptor Pi will be at 7 p.m. Feb. 7 at the home of Linda Jerke. Co-hostess is Janice Walker. Jeanne Schmitt will present the program.