S: Epsilon Tau Sigma Alumnae Chapter Scrapbook 2010-2012
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FC: Epsilon Tau Sigma Alumnae Chapter Scrapbook 2010-2012 | Missouri City, Texas
2: 2010-2011 Sorority Year Table of Contents *Sigma Gamma Rho Founders *ETS Chapter Members *69th Southwestern Regional Conference *March of Dimes Walk *Sigma Roundup *Texas Greek Picnic Weekend *53rd International Biennial Boule *Area III Meeting *Operation Big Book Bag *St. John's Community Service *Introducing Fall 2010 *Founders' Day Dinner & A Movie *World AIDS Day *Foster Care Children's Carnival *Joe Joe Bear Toy Drive *National Bone Marrow Donor Program *14th Annual Sigma Youth Symposium *Sorors' Night Out & Socials
3: Our Seven Founders
5: Epsilon | Tau | Sigma | 2010-2011 | Members
6: 69th Southwestern Regional Conference
7: Epsilon Tau Sigma worked hard all year and was rewarded with three awards at the conference!!!
8: Sorors Myers and Jackson participated in the 2010 March of Dimes walk.
9: The sorors got together for a Sigma Roundup at the end of the year.
10: Texas Greek Picnic Weekend | Greeks from far and wide gathered the morning of the picnic to do community service at St. John's Church Downtown. | TEXAS GREEK
11: Texas Greek Picnic Weekend | Sorors enjoyed the other events of the weekend, which included a mixer, happy hour and, of course, the picnic! | PICNIC HOUSTON
12: As sorors descended upon Palm Springs,CA, Basileus Graham represented the chapter well. ETS was recognized for its work on Project Reassurance. | 53rd Biennial Boule
13: AREA III MEETING
14: ETS donated 10 backpacks loaded with school supplies to the YMCA Operation Backpack. | I love my S in front of my G... | 1 9 2 2 | Sha-pooooooooodle!
15: OPERATION | No one can do it like we can... | BIG BOOK | BAG | EEE-Yip | Sigma Gamma Rho
16: Sorors visited St. John's Church Downtown to help serve breakfast to the homeless.
17: Epsilon Tau Sigma welcomed in two new sorors in Fall 2010: Kimberly Robison and Rosalyn Taylor | Introducing Fall 2010
18: ETS celebrated Founders' Day with dinner, a movie, and priceless fellowship! | Founders' Day
19: WORLD AIDS DAY | In observance of World AIDS Day, on December 1, 2010, Sorors Graham and Anderson visited a Houston clinic to get tested. It only takes a finger prick!!!
20: Foster Care Children's Carnival | Sorors showed the kids how to do it at the Foster Care Children's Carnival held at the Northwest Preparatory Academy.
21: Joe Joe Bear Toy Drive | The Joe Joe Bear Foundation is a non-profit organization that provides new teddy bears to children with cancer or other life threatening illnesses to have comfort nearby 24/7. ETS collected over 40 new bears for the organization.
22: National Bone Marrow Donor Program | Epsilon Tau Sigma went through training with Hope Guidry from the National Bone Marrow Donor Program to learn more about the program and how to register potential donors.
23: The chapter held the registration drive at the Neighborhood Wal-Mart Store. Even the General Manager of the store decided to join the registry!
24: Special Thanks to: | Epsilon Tau Sigma hosted a successful 14th Annual Youth Symposium at the Choice to Change Christian Center. Students, parents, and sorors were thankful for an informative day!
25: Sigma Youth Symposium
26: We work hard for Sigma, and we play hard too! | Pretty Poodles | Sorors' Night Out & Socials
28: 2011-2012 Sorority Year
29: 2011-2012 Sorority Year Table of Contents *Sigma Gamma Rho Founders *ETS Chapter Members *70th Southwestern Regional Conference *March of Dimes Walk *Operation Big Book Bag *St. John's Community Service *Joint Founders' Day Church Service *Salvation Army Angel Tree *National Bone Marrow Donor Program *15th Annual Sigma Youth Symposium *Sorors' Night Out & Socials *Farewell
30: Our | Founders
31: Epsilon Tau Sigma | 2011-2012 Chapter Members
32: 70th Southwestern Regional Conference
33: Epsilon Tau Sigma brought home four awards!
34: Epsilon Tau Sigma raised over $1,000 for the March of Dimes this year!
35: 2011 March of Dimes Walk
36: Operation Big Book Bag
37: 10 students at Robinson Elementary in Houston ISD received backpacks full of supplies!
38: What better way is there to honor our founders than to reach out and do community service for those that are less fortunate than ourselves?
39: St. John's Church Bread of Life Founders' Day Community Service | "I am the bread of life. He who comes to me will never go hungry, and he who believes in me will never go thirsty" John 6:35
40: Joint Founders' Day Event
42: Salvation Army Angel Tree
43: The chapter selected an elderly male to buy Christmas gifts for during this holiday season.
44: Epsilon Tau Sigma braved the cold to register potential bone marrow donors. Seven people agreed to join the registry that day!!!
46: 15th Annual Youth Symposium | Special Thanks to: for donating gift cards | in conjunction with Gamma Phi Sigma Alumnae Chapter | Special Thanks to: Leslie Caulfield, Chemical Engineer
47: Students participated in two interactive activities about problem solving and inventing to spark their interest in engineering career fields. We had a number of budding young engineers in our group!!!
50: Farewell The sorors of the Epsilon Tau Sigma Alumnae Chapter are "Weaving a Legacy of Leaders: Empowering Women and Youth to D.A.R.E" Developing Potential, Accomplish Goals, Render Service, Embrace Education in the Southwestern Region. Nationally, we are "On Fire to SERVE! Expanding Local Mobilization for Global Impact" Until next time....EEE-YIP!!!