Iota Psi elects officers

  • Posted: Sunday, March 31, 2013 12:01 a.m.

Iota Psi elects 2013-14 officers

At the Tuesday, March 19 meeting of the Iota Psi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, new officers were elected for the upcoming year, to be installed at the May meeting of the chapter.

They are: president, Vicki Lippard; vice presidsent, Karen Smith; corresponding secretary, Diane Yates; recording secretary, D. Anne Simerson; Treasurer, Gail Young; city council representative, Marlene Turner; alternate city council representative, Brenda Barger.

The next city council meeting is April 8 with all Salisbury chapters of Beta Sigma Phi present. At this time old and new city members and new and old presidents of each chapter will elect new officers for the new city council officers for the year 2013-2014.

Iota Psi members are making plans for the annual Beta Sigma Phi’s Founders Day banquet to celebrate the founding of Beta Sigma Phi. Iota Psi is hosting the event in China Grove. At this time all chapters will present their chapters Woman of the Year and the City Council’s Woman of the Year.

Beta Sigma Phi is celebrating its 82-year anniversary.

The Iota Psi chapter is continuing to collect items for Rowan Helping Ministries and donations for Faithful Friends Animal Shelter.

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