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Alpha Tau

Alpha Tau chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha wound down its 2000-2001 year by giving awards, electing officers for the ensuing year and revealing the secret sisters.

In an impressive ceremony, Sue Harless was honored with her jewel pin. Those attending were Sue Harless, Joan Bailey, Gwen Parker, Ronnie Rogers, Verniece Self, Margaret Thompson, Mary Jo Brown, Virginia Cromer, Flo Clemit and member Zan Shepherd transferred from Craig chapter Theta Mu.

Officers installed for the ensuing year were President, Virginia Cromer; First Vice President, Sue Harless; Second Vice President, Mary Jo Brown; Treasurer, Gwen Parker; Secretary, Flo Clemit and Parliamentarian, Verniece Self.

Virginia Cromer and Joan Bailey were presented with their five-year pins, Verniece Self with her 15-year pin and Gwen Parker with her 40-year pin. Flo Clemit was presented with her first Pallas Athene Award and Virginia Cromer and Verniece Self earned their Perfect Attendance Awards.

In observance of E.S.A. Week and Founders Day, the following members were present at a style show given at the Holiday Inn by Necessities. Gwen Parker and guests, Lynn Herring and Rachael Herring, Flo Clemit, Ronnie Rogers, Virginia Cromer, Thelma Rogers, Sharon Mostenan, Sue Harless, Verniece Self, Jean Smith, Mary Jo Brown, her daughter Jay Dene Thompson and her granddaughter Janna.

Sue Harless was the hostess for the Revealing Party at her home on May 24. Members present were Pat Hering, Mary Jo Brown, Zan Shepherd Thelma Rogers, Margaret Thompson, Joan Bailey and guest Lucille Theis, Gwen Parker, Verniece Self and Flo Clemit.

After a potluck dinner, gifts were exchanged, secret sisters revealed and names were drawn for next year's secret sister. Virginia Cromer won the Angel Award, which is given to the person other members think most exemplifies the credential of the E.S.A.

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