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Gamma Phi

10:29 AM, Jul. 5, 2013  |  Comments
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Founder's day was discussed at the March 13 meeting, hosted by Teri Wunrow. Nancy Skorczewski hosted the March 27 meeting at "Let's Create." Members made five unique greeting cards.

Joanne Wayne hosted the April 10 meeting with her version of Shark Tank; the winning idea was temperature adjusting pajamas. The sorority matched Doreen Alfred's gift to Hope's Door for facilities improvement. Several sisters and their spouses attended the Elvis show and dinner at the Ridge's on April 20.

Andrea Leibert was voted Gamma Phi's Woman of the Year at the Founder's Day ceremony at Sentry World on April 30. Patti O'Connor hosted theMay 8 meeting at the Seneca Red Cranberry Marsh. Members learned interesting facts about cranberry horticulture.

Teri Voelker hosted the May 22 meeting; The Silver Circle honor was bestowed upon Patti Olinyk, the Preceptor ritual was given to Terry Wunrow and Teri Voelker. Betty Zimmerman was thanked for her unsolicited donation for the sorority's Family Center project.

Mary Wagner hosted the June 26 meeting. "Light Up Your Life," will be the 2013-13 theme. Officers are: Sue Becker, president; Kay Friday, VP; Doreen Alfred, treasurer; Linda Clark, secretary.

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