Bowling Green, KY – The Beta Sigma Chapter has been living up to the sorority’s service driven name by staying involved in exciting service opportunities during the fall semester. The chapter met with the families from Habitat for Humanity units the chapter previously helped build homes for and helped with the Safe Day for Children event. Members passed out flyers about safety and played Halloween games with the children who dressed up as scary monsters.
On National AIDS Day, the chapter joined the campus for the AIDS Awareness Walk and also encouraged other students on Western Kentucky University’s campus to get tested. Members were also regular visitors at the local Salvation Army, serving dinner to patrons. To celebrate the holiday season, Beta Sigma decided to sell Christmas ornaments with the proceeds being used for Teen Angel.
Four members of Beta Sigma also volunteered during the month of October at The Center for Courageous Kids (CCK). They spent 40 hours each as camp counselors helping with activities for the children and their families. CCK is a medical camping facility for children with life threatening diseases and disabilities.
Beta Sigma continues to be excited about projects and activities they are planning for the spring. Moreover, the chapter, as well as WKU, is anxious to see the campus flooded with maroon and white in February for the Leadership Conference!