On Wednesday, March 11, the Milroy Zeta Tau Chapter of Psi Iota Xi met at the Milroy United Methodist Church with co-hostesses, Suzy Mann and Brenda Sweet. They provided a tasty meal for the members.
The meeting was opened by Vice President Mary Ann Crisman. Members recited the Opening Verse. The secretary’s and treasurer’s reports were accepted.
Reports were given by the Standing Committees concerning the chapter’s monthly reports. Susan Meer, Memorials, reported she had received memorials for the chapter. Nominations for the 2020-21 officers were presented.
Project Reports that concern our fundraisers for the philanthropic projects were stated. Flower Committee member, Angie Fette, passed out certificates for our project with Emma’s Flowers. Jane Niccum reported Rada orders need to be turned in at the April 8 meeting and will be received at the May meeting.
The Indiana State Psi Iota Xi meeting is April 18 in Madison, Indiana. Our corresponding secretary, Julie Tackett, and secretary, Dana Fussner will attend as delegates. Other members attending: Zeta Tau President Nicki Hall, Past National President, Carolyn Logsdon, and National Secretary, Andrea Niedenthal.
Concerning our PIX Chix Libraries, Angie Fette reported continuing damage to the Little Free Library at the little league baseball field in Rushville. We, as a chapter, are concerned about this and would like help in getting it stopped. Eleanor Columbe reported that our chapter has placed twelve in Rush County that are twelve of the 100,000 Little Free Libraries in the world! LFL announced the 100,000 library had been placed this month in Houston, Texas.
Brags and Complaints provide dollars that are used for our chapter’s project. Several gave a dollar or more and reported on happenings in their lives.
Our next meeting will be on Wednesday, April 8, at the home of Eleanor Columbe with Peggy McQueen as co-hostess.
The meeting concluded after reciting the Psi Iote Closing.
NEED A GIFT? Zeta Tau will order RADA items for you. This fundraiser helps our philanthropic organization assist Rush County.