Club Digest: Sunday, Oct. 21, 2018



Members of Nu Master Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi celebrated the chapter birthday by attending an ice cream social and pool party at the home of Betty Vannoy on July 12. Beginning Day, hosted by Xi Eta Chapter, was held on Aug. 24 at the Be Fit Eat Fit restaurant in Sumter.

The first meeting of the 2018-19 year was held at the home of Toni Burkhart on Sep. 6. After lunch was served, upcoming social events were discussed. Plans are being made to attend the Carolina Opry Christmas show on Nov. 13.

After a business meeting, new yearbook pages were handed out, and new badges were presented to each member; they were made by Toni Burkhart and Betty Vannoy. A wine-and-cheese party social was held on Sept. 12 at the home of Dot Edwards. The Sept. 20 meeting was held at the home of Barbara Smith. Her program was "Looking Back," as members reviewed scrapbooks from the sorority dating back to the 1990s.

After lunch on Oct. 18 at the home of Dot Edwards, members toured the Sumter Pregnancy Center to learn about its community programs. Money was collected over the summer for a donation to the center. Ongoing service projects include donations of food to Sumter United Ministries.

Betty Vannoy received two ribbons for her quilt entries at the Sumter County Fair. Sadly, Johnnie Feagin, former chapter member, passed away. A "Stars Shine Through" book has been received from Beta Sigma Phi International and will be presented to Johnnie's daughter at a future date.