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Preceptor Pi keeps busy with service projects, social events
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Preceptor Pi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi honored its president Cindy Meitler as Valentine Queen during a special dinner attended by members and their guests on Feb. 8 at Great Bend Coffee Company.
Also during February, the chapter donated children’s hygiene items to St. Francis Community Services and provided paper products for the Family Crisis Center.
At the chapter’s Feb. 18 meeting, Laura Patzner and Kristy Huslig representing the Family Crisis Center presented a program about two of the center’s programs, the Domestic and Sexual Violence Program and the new Dell Hayden Memorial Child Advocacy Center, which began one year ago. In March, Preceptor Pi will donate six $15 gas cards to the Family Crisis Center.
To help fund their service projects, chapter members will have a Memorial Flower Sale from 8 to 11 a.m. Saturday, May 10, in the Park School Gymnasium.
For their March social, chapter members plan to attend Barton Community College’s Spring Musical, “Sweet Charity,” on March 7. Linda Jerke presented a program about the musical at the chapter’s Feb. 11 meeting.
A musical comedy based on a book by Neil Simon, “Sweet Charity” tells the story of a dancer in New York’s Times Square, who sings, dances, laughs and cries her way through many romances. Charity is a girl “who wants to be loved so much that she has lost sight of who she is.”