Xi Sigma chapter donates to Gull House

March 31, 2013

The Xi Sigma Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority donated a check to the Gull House at its monthly meeting March 14. Beta Sigma Phi International, ΒΣΦ, is a non-academic sorority with 200,000 members in chapters around the world. The sorority was founded for the social, cultural, and civic enrichment of its members. Funds raised from a variety of fundraisers totaling $2,500 was donated to the Gull House.

The Gull House is a structured and supervised adult care program designed for functionally impaired persons who are 60 years of age or older. The primary goals are to avoid or forestall institutional placement; to support or improve social, mental, emotional, and physical levels of functioning; to enhance the quality of life; and to provide respite to family caregivers.

Shown at the check presentation in back are (l-r) Linda Miller, Ann Wotring, Nancy Crum, Gretta Wolter, Kaye Webb, Ways and Means Co-chair Carolyn McLelland, Fay Burnham, Ruth Mazzarella, Jane McGann, Carol Popham, Cathy Gilelmi, Mozell Pyle, Linda Bolt and Jewel Levering.

In front are Lorraine Cintron, Carolyn Joyce, President and Ways and Means Co-Chair Kris Pritchard, Maria DiPasquale, Gull House's Kathleen Graham-Frey, Chair of Service Maryann McCrae, Diane Cooper, Barbara Henrikson and Barbara Catts.

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