Organizations: Laureate Beta Epsilon

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Pictured are members Elyse Siokos, Joann Reisbeck, Chris Fink, Marsha Gatlin, June Schultz, Camille Patula and Corliss Foley donating coats to the Cornerstone Mission. The Laureate Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority met at the home of Camille Patula for its first October meeting on Oct. 9. Members present in addition to Camille were: JoAnn Reisbeck, Chris Fink, Marsha Gatlin, Corliss Foley, Pat Luelling, Elyse Siokos, June Schultz and Rosie Freeman. Members were reminded to meet at the Cornerstone Mission Oct. 15 with gently used coats, jackets, sweaters, etc. for a community project. Other reminders included the Bluegrass Festival at the Stetson Winery, the Wine & Cheese Tasting at Mohave Museum on Nov. 1, the election on Nov. 4, and the Taste of Home Cooking Show on Nov. 20 in Bullhead City. The Sorority group also donated to KRMC for Breast Cancer Awareness. "Pig in the Poke" was won by JoAnn Reisbeck. The second meeting for October was at the home of JoAnn Reisbeck on Oct. 27. Nine members were in attendance and one guest from Dublin, Ireland. Mary Courtney is visiting with Corliss and Pat Foley for a few weeks. Corliss invited all the members to attend a party at the Stetson Winery in Mary Courtney's honor while she is visiting. Corliss also gave a report on the coat donation project for the Cornerstone Mission. The girls in the sorority did a Halloween Word Search with spooky words, which was won by Pat Luelling, and the "Pig in the Poke" drawing was won by Chris Fink. After the sisters exchanged Halloween Secret Sister gifts, the hostess then served a nice array of Halloween goodies, spiced cider and pumpkin cheesecake.