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Sorority serves up community dinner at Washington Park

Beta Sigma Phi members: Charlotte DiOrio, Brenda Hill, Kristy Dryden, Theresa Karlyk, Kimberly Konoza, Michelle Hrabanek, Teresa Dean, Marie Larsen, and Susan Schmidt.
Beta Sigma Phi members: Charlotte DiOrio, Brenda Hill, Kristy Dryden, Theresa Karlyk, Kimberly Konoza, Michelle Hrabanek, Teresa Dean, Marie Larsen, and Susan Schmidt.

 

On Friday, April 26, the Epsilon Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi gathered in Washington Square Park to serve a fried chicken dinner to members of the Beaufort community for the Washington Park Outreach Program.  Beta Sigma Phi is a service-based sorority that looks for opportunities to give back and serve the Beaufort community.  The adults and children in attendance gave thanks for the food and then enjoyed fellowship and a dinner that included: fried chicken, macaroni and cheese, pickles, bread sticks, brownies, and juice.  Beta Sigma Phi would like to send a special thank you to Q on Bay, Maryland Fried Chicken, and Olive Garden for making the dinner a delicious success.

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