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Sigma Eta sings, shares, serves

September 17, 2013

Women of the Epsilon Chapter of the Sigma Eta Fine Arts Sorority shared this year’s program books at the chapter’s September meeting. Pictured, from left, are Susan McClish, Joyce Dubach, Janelle Smith and Rosemary Steiner. Photo contributed

COLUMBIA CITY — Epsilon Chapter, Sigma Eta Fine Arts Sorority, met in September at the Quiet Corner.

Chorister Sandy Whiteleather led the group in singing “September Song,” “My Shepherd” and “I Love Christmas.” She also led the creed set to music by Mary Helfrich. Joyce Dubach accompanied the group.

Hostess Kris Richey served chai, green, herbal and decaf teas; coffee; pumpkin pie; dump cake; nuts and assorted chocolates. Susan McClish assisted.

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