Iota Chapter, Psi Iota Xi of Rushville held their first meeting of the year Sept. 10 on the patio at the home of Michelle Duffy. The officer's hosted with a delightful array of deserts.
the meeting was called to order with the opening verse led by new president, Emily Ellis. Minutes were read and attendance was taken by secretary, Michelle Neuman. A budget report and treasurer's update was provided by Liz Jobe.
Committees reported out with reminders and updates. The Chicago Trip on Oct. 6, is quickly filling up, but there is still room for a few more attendees. This will be a great opportunity to do some early Christmas shopping. If you are interested in attending please call Emily Ellis at (765)561-7583. Also, on our calendar will be cheeseball sales. Orders can be taken now. They will remain at $7 with three flavors to choose from: cheddar, cheddar pecan, and taco. The meeting was closed by reciting the closing verse. The next meeting will be Oct 8.
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