Chapter Bylaw Deadline!

CHAPTER BYLAWS REVIEW AN IMPORTANT PART OF DOING BUSINESS

With just a few days left before the deadline to submit your Annual Report of Chapter Bylaws Form and Amendments I can report that 25 Chapters have submitted reports. As the holiday season begins it is only going to get tougher to get this task completed. PLEASE take a few minutes to complete the form and email it to me at vicepresident@sigmaphigamma.com.

If you are submitting a newly typed set of bylaws send them to me via email. It is not necessary to submit the form or a copy of bylaws via US mail. Sending these items by email is actually easier – it allows me to save the information in International’s permanent electronic files for your Chapter.

So, before the turkey is in the oven, or the holiday parties begin, complete your task as Vice President to review your Chapter bylaws and return the appropriate form to me prior to December 1st.

Holiday Message to Our Sigma Phi Gamma Family

Your International Council wishes you and every member of our SPG family a safe and engaging holiday season. Starting with Thanksgiving and rolling right through the new year we pray for your good health, joyous hearts, and thankful service.

It fills our hearts with warmth and love to hear about all of the great service work that is being done for children, families, and those less fortunate this holiday season. While our beloved sorority is about friendship – we are at the very heart of our beings about service and community.

May you and yours be blessed. May those you serve receive your offerings with an open and thankful heart. May your community enjoy a safe holiday season. May our world be more kind and loving.

From our homes to yours … with much love.

Wendie, Donna, Liz, Deb, Joyce, Jill, Jan, and Mary Ann

Vice President Sends Bylaw Information to Chapter VPs

Reviewing bylaws is such a cool and geeky thing to do and I love it!  On August 24th I sent an email to Vice Presidents providing them guidance on review of their Chapter bylaws and the required Chapter Bylaw Report Form that is due to me (International Vice President – vicepresident@sigmaphigamma.com) by no later than December 1, 2015.

The purpose of this blog post is to get all my cool and geeky Sisters who love bylaws and procedures to volunteer to review the bylaws with their Chapter’s Vice President. Imagine how excited your VP will be to have volunteers for this fun and exciting task!
While you’re at it … take a look at the September BUDDIE to see the amendments to the International bylaws that were passed by the membership – a few of these will have an impact on your Chapter bylaws.
Let’s rock this task and get it done before Thanksgiving. I would hate the stuffing to burn and the turkey to dry out because you were meeting to review the Chapter bylaws at the last minute to meet the December 1 deadline.
If you have questions or need assistance with your Chapter review … don’t hesitate to call (614.679.3997) or write (vicepresident@sigmaphigamma.com)

International Council Headed to South Bend, Indiana

Our bags are packed, our reports written, our assignments are in hand. Under the leadership of Liz Cochrane, SPG President, the International Council is prepared for our upcoming convention in South Bend, Indiana.

Of course, we are all thankful for the great planning and hard work of our Beta Province Sisters! They have so much in-store for us from arrival to departure … and everything in between.

Sisterhood is Bloomin’ and we can’t wait to see you at the 91st Sigma Phi Gamma International convention June 24-28, 2015.

PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO BYLAWS & STANDING RULES

PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO THE INTERNATIONAL BYLAWS, APPENDIX AND STANDING RULES SUBMITTED FOR YOUR CONSIDERATION AT THE  2015 INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION SOUTH BEND, IN

BYLAWS
*Article III. Members Section 3, C, 6.
Currently reads: May subscribe to BUDDIE at the annual rate.
Change to read: will receive Buddie electronically or may choose to subscribe by mail at the annually determined cost.
Reason: Defining “receive Buddie” does not add an additional cost if Buddie is received via email.
Submitted by: Xi Theta Chapter, Port Charlotte, FL

*Article III. Members Section 3, D, 5.
Currently reads: Be entitled to subscribe to BUDDIE at the annual rate.
Change to read: will receive Buddie electronically or may choose to subscribe by mail at the annually determined cost.
Reason: Defining “receive Buddie” does not add an additional cost if Buddie is received via email.
Submitted by: Xi Theta Chapter, Port Charlotte, FL

*Article III. Members Section 3, D, 7.
Currently reads: Fifty (50) Year members within an Alumna Chapter shall pay one-fourth (1/4) Active Per Capita Tax, and a life subscription to BUDDIE shall be paid from the International Treasury. Life (25 year) members within an Alumna Chapter will not receive BUDDIE unless they subscribe at the annual rate.
Change to read: Fifty (50) Year members within an Alumna Chapter shall pay one-fourth (1/4) Active Per Capita Tax and will receive Buddie electronically or may choose to subscribe by mail at the annually determined cost. Life (25 year) members within an Alumna Chapter will receive Buddie electronically or may choose to subscribe by mail at the annually determined cost.
Reason: Defining “receive Buddie” does not add an additional cost if Buddie is received via email.
Submitted by: Xi Theta Chapter, Port Charlotte, FL

Article III Section 3.E.3.a.2
Currently reads:
2. Upon completing fifty (50) years of Active Membership, shall be presented an official “Fifty Year Member’s pin” at the International Convention of the Anniversary year. Shall pay one-quarter (¼) Per Capita Tax, and a life subscription to BUDDIE shall be paid from the International Treasury. Chapter shall notify the International Secretary/Treasurer of the member’s Anniversary date.
3. Upon completing seventy-five (75) years of Active Membership, shall be presented an official “Seventy-Five Year Member’s pin at the International Convention of the Anniversary year. Shall pay one-quarter (1/4) Per Capita Tax, and a life subscription to BUDDIE shall be paid from the International Treasury. Chapter shall notify the International Secretary/Treasurer of the member’s Anniversary date.
Change to read:
2. Upon completing fifty (50) years of Active Membership, shall be presented an official “Fifty Year Member’s pin” at the International Convention of the Anniversary year.
3. Upon completing seventy-five (75) years of Active Membership, shall be presented an official “Seventy-Five Year Member’s pin at the International Convention of the Anniversary year.
Rationale:
All members are responsible to financially sustain the International treasury. Duration of the membership is an honor and to reduce per capita is no longer feasible.
Submitted by Epsilon Lambda Chapter, Dayton OH

Article III. Members Section 3, E, 3, a., 2.
Currently reads:
Upon completing fifty (50) years of Active Membership, shall be presented an official “Fifty Year Member’s pin” at the International Convention of the Anniversary year. Shall pay one-quarter (¼)

Per Capita Tax and a life subscription to BUDDIE shall be paid from the International Treasury. Chapter shall notify the International Secretary/Treasurer of the member’s Anniversary date.

Change to read: Upon completing fifty (50) years of Active Membership, shall be presented an official “Fifty Year Member’s pin” at the International Convention of the Anniversary year. Shall pay one-quarter (¼) Per Capita Tax and will receive Buddie electronically or may choose to subscribe by mail at the annually determined cost. Chapter shall notify the International Secretary/Treasurer of the member’s Anniversary date.

Reason: Defining “receive Buddie” does not add an additional cost if Buddie is received via email.

Submitted by: Xi Theta Chapter, Port Charlotte, FL

*Article III. Members Section 3, E, 3, a., 3.

Currently reads: Upon completing seventy-five (75) years of Active Membership, shall be presented an official “Seventy-Five Year Member’s pin at the International Convention of the Anniversary year. Shall pay one-quarter (1/4) Per Capita Tax, and a life subscription to BUDDIE shall be paid from the International Treasury. Chapter shall notify the International Secretary/Treasurer of the member’s Anniversary date.

Change to read: Upon completing seventy-five (75) years of Active Membership, shall be presented an official “Seventy-Five Year Member’s pin at the International Convention of the Anniversary year. Shall pay one-quarter (1/4) Per Capita Tax, and will receive Buddie electronically or may choose to subscribe by mail at the annually determined cost. Chapter shall notify the International Secretary/Treasurer of the member’s Anniversary date.

Reason: Defining “receive Buddie” does not add an additional cost if Buddie is received via email.

Submitted by: Xi Theta Chapter, Port Charlotte, FL

*Article III. Members Section 3, E, 3, b., 2.

Currently reads: Shall pay one-half (½) Per Capita Tax for Active/Active Life. Paid through Chapter Treasury. EXCEPTION: Shall pay one-fourth (1/4) Active Per Capita Tax and a life subscription to BUDDIE shall be paid from the International Treasury. Chapter shall notify the International Secretary/Treasurer of the member’s Anniversary date. Alumna chapter Inactive Life Members will pay the same dues as Alumna Members. They will not receive BUDDIE unless they subscribe. EXCEPTION 2: An Inactive Life Member dropped for non-payment of Per Capita Tax due to a debilitating medical condition, which results in their demise, if petitioned by her chapter, will be honored in the Memorial Service and included on the Zeta Scroll, with no further payment due.

Change to read: Shall pay one-half (½) Per Capita Tax for Active/Active Life. Paid through Chapter Treasury. EXCEPTION: Shall pay one-fourth (1/4) Active Per Capita Tax and will receive BUDDIE electronically or may choose to subscribe by mail at the annually determined cost. Chapter shall notify the International Secretary/Treasurer of the member’s Anniversary date. Alumna chapter Inactive Life Members will pay the same dues as Alumna Members. They will receive Buddie electronically or may choose to subscribe by mail at the annually determined cost.

EXCEPTION 2: An Inactive Life Member dropped for non-payment of Per Capita Tax due to a debilitating medical condition, which results in their demise, if petitioned by her chapter, will be honored in the Memorial Service and included on the Zeta Scroll, with no further payment due.

Reason: Defining “receive BUDDIE” does not add an additional cost if Buddie is received via email.

Submitted by: Xi Theta Chapter, Port Charlotte, FL

ARTICLE VIII Finances Section 4. B. 1.

Currently reads:

  1. The amount of the International Per Capita Tax shall be regulated by a two-thirds (2/3) vote at the preceding International Convention and shall be paid to the International Treasury according to membership classification.
  2. Active/Active Life: $50 per year. Paid from Chapter Treasury.
  3. Inactive/Inactive Life: One-half (1/2) of the current Active International Per Capita Tax. Paid through Chapter Treasury.
  4. Alumna: One-fourth (1/4) of the current Active International Per Capita Tax. Paid through Alumna Chapter Treasury.
  5. Fifty Year: One-fourth (1/4) of the current Active International Per Capita Tax. Paid from the Chapter Treasury.
  6. Seventy-Five Year: One-fourth (1/4) of the current Active International Per Capita Tax. Paid from the Chapter Treasury.

Change to read:

  1. The amount of the International Per Capita Tax shall be regulated by a two-thirds (2/3) vote at the preceding International Convention and shall be paid to the International Treasury according to membership classification.
  2. Active/Active Life/50 Year and 75 Year shall pay $50.00 per year. Paid from the Chapter Treasury.
  3. Inactive/Inactive Life:  One-half (1/2) of the current Active International Per Capita Tax.  Paid from the Chapter Treasury.
  4. Alumna:  One-fourth (1/4) of the current Active International Per Capita Tax.  Paid through Alumna Chapter Treasury.
  5. delete
  6. delete

Rationale: All members are responsible to financially sustain the International treasury. Duration of the membership is an honor and to reduce per capita is no longer feasible.

Submitted by Epsilon Lambda Chapter, Dayton OH

ARTICLE VIII, Finances Section 4:B.4:

Currently reads:

  1. Fifty Year: One-fourth (1/4) of the current Active International Per Capita Tax. Paid from the Chapter Treasury.

Change to read:

  1. Fifty Year: One-half (1/2) of the current Active International Per Capita Tax. Paid from the Chapter Treasury.

Rationale: This classification of membership is increasing very year, resulting in a decrease in per capita payable to the International Treasury from $50.00 as an Active/Active Life Member to $12.50 one-fourth (1/4) required as a 50 year member. It was reported in a recent issue of BUDDIE, that the cost to purchase a subscription to BUDDIE for those members who wish to order it, is $7.50 per year. This is still included in the fifty year member per capita.

Submitted by Delta Omega Chapter, Ontario, Canada

ARTICLE VIII, Finances Section 4:B.4:

Currently reads:

  1. Fifty Year: One-fourth (1/4) of the current Active International Per Capita Tax. Paid from the Chapter Treasury.

Change to read:

  1. Fifty Year: Three-fourths (3/4) of the current Active International Per Capita Tax. Fifty year INACTIVE: One-half (1/2) of the current Active International Per Capita tax. Paid from the Chapter Treasury.

Rationale: According to Secretary-Treasurer Mary Ann Tuer, we have 178 50-year members. With the 2014 increase in per capita, 50-year (or more) members pay $12.50 each, totaling $2225 a year. If the 178 50-year+ paid 50% or $25 each, that would come to $4450. If the ACTIVE 50-year+ members paid 75% — counting all 178 – that would come to $4,450 per year.

Submitted by: Mu Omega Chapter, Greeley, CO

Article VIII, Section. 5, B.

Currently reads: BUDDIE Fund: Printing and mailing BUDDIE publication.

Change to read: BUDDIE fund: Emailing of Buddie publication. Costs associated with mailing BUDDIE will be paid by the member at the annual cost as defined by the International Council.

Reason: Due to increasing costs with BUDDIE, it needs to become an email format unless requested by a member for mailing. If so, then the member should pay the cost associated with the mailing, which will be set annually by the International Council.

Submitted by: Xi Theta Chapter, Port Charlotte, FL

*Article XI, Section 3, A.

Currently reads: BUDDIE shall be published not less than six (6) or more than eight (8) issues annually.

Change to read: BUDDIE shall be published not less than six (6) or more than eight (8) issues annually. The publishing of BUDDIE will not be replaced by blog entries, published articles on the website, or any other electronic means of publication that is not included in the emailing or mailing of BUDDIE to members.

Reason: BUDDIE is published via bylaws which do not include blog entries.

Submitted by: Xi Theta Chapter, Port Charlotte, FL

*Add new Article XVI: Definitions

  1. Receive Buddie = Receiving Buddie via email
  2. Isolated Petitioning Groups = Groups without a current active or inactive Sigma Phi Gamma member shall be designated as Isolated Petitioning Groups.

Submitted by: Xi Theta Chapter, Port Charlotte, FL

STANDING RULES

S-1. Section VI, A, 1.

Add new h to read: Shall direct the formation of Isolated Petitioning Isolated Groups.

Reason: Due to the addition of Sigma Phi Gamma presence in social media, the increase of chapters without current members is increasing. According to the Standing Rules, their formation is under the direction of the International President and the International Organizer.

Submitted by: Xi Theta Chapter, Port Charlotte, FL

*S-2. Section VI, A, 1.

Add new i to read: Shall work with the International Editor to set the annual cost of BUDDIE for members requesting mail service.

Reason: The cost of BUDDIE via mail is not included with the cost of per capita, if the definition of receiving BUDDIE is adopted.

Submitted by: Xi Theta Chapter, Port Charlotte, FL

*S-3. Section VI, A., 5.

Add new d to read: Shall work with the International President to set the annual cost of BUDDIE for members requesting mail service.

Reason: The cost of BUDDIE via mail is not included with the cost of per capita, if the definition of receiving BUDDIE is adopted.

Submitted by: Xi Theta Chapter, Port Charlotte, FL

S-4. Section VI, A, 3.

Add new c to read: Shall work closely with the International President with the formation of Isolated Petitioning Groups.

Reason: Due to the addition of Sigma Phi Gamma presence in social media, the increase of chapters without current members is increasing. According to the Standing Rules, their formation is under the direction of the International President and the International Organizer.

Submitted by: Xi Theta Chapter, Port Charlotte, FL

Please bring the bylaw pages with you to the International Convention. Copies will not be available on site. Thank you.

 

Update from SIGMA PROVINCE, Arizona, Kay First, Province Editor

Alpha Gamma held a yard sale the weekend of April 11. The weather was beautiful and the sale was held in the lovely yard at Milly Creighton’s home. Donna Long worked steadily in spite of a broken wrist which is being repaired today.

Lambda Epsilon – Sigma Province is over for another year, it was a great success for our chapter who hosted the event, our theme was Saloon Girls of the West. What a nice surprise to see so many of our sisters from surrounding chapters dress the part, our entertainment was can can girls. Our own International Vice President, Wendie McKnelly, and International President, Liz Cochrane, our VIO, really got involved with the music and skits. Congratulations to our
own Dolores Kishman, Sigma’s new Province President. Dolores you will be great and especially your wisdom on all things associated with the Bylaws. We had a wonderful luncheon at Eleanor’s home with corned beef and cabbage and all the fixings. Our next event was our Annual Spring Rummage sale held on April 17th, so we
are all rummaged through our “treasurers” to donate for the cause.

Nu Delta – Greetings from sunny Arizona and Nu Delta! This past spring we filled Easter Baskets with SPG LOVE for Maggie’s Place for women and babies in need. Linda Jacobo joined us as a potential new member and we are hoping to install her prior to end of summer. Nu Delta had a great fund raising success in the cool country of Chino Valley, a fabulous spaghetti dinner with fun Italian accents. We also had a fun day for families playing laser tag and other fun activities, everyone had a blast! Planning is now in place for Founder’s Day 2015 and Province 2016. Nu Delta invites Sigma Province to prepare to BELIEVE… “The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.” Eleanor Roosevelt.

Iota Psi – We completed our annual Easter Basket Parade. This year we put together 50 baskets with oodles of candy, toys, books, and stuffed animals. All the baskets were delivered to the grateful Autumn House and Save the Family. We also had our Spring garage sale at Caroline Cline’s and the leftovers were taken to Goodwill. Our Chapter elections were a snap, with everyone continuing in their respective positions with Dee Masters taking on the position of Editor. Our editor was elected as Province Editor and Dee’s willingness to serve is a real blessing. Our current President was also elected to a Province office as Organizer. With Shannon Hooten as Province Secretary, and Wendy McKnelly as Counselor, our Sigma Province will move forward in good hands and sure steps.

Contributing editors: Mary Fuller, Alpha Gamma; Lynn McKinney, Lambda Epsilon; Shannon Hooten Nu Delta; and Kay First, Iota Psi.

Beta Province is Ready for YOU!

We are looking forward to seeing you in South Bend for the annual International Convention. Beta Province has planned a fabulous convention with great tours, delicious food, a market place, and so much more. June 24-28 we will experience ‘Sisterhood Bloomin’ where every Sister is a unique flower in the SPG garden.

A few reminders:

Bring your membership card

Bring a copy of the proposed bylaws

Wear comfy shoes

Bring a sweater – you never know the temperature of a meeting room until it’s too late

Bring ideas, suggestions, and conversation starters

Plan on having a fabulous time

Most of all, plan on having a great time with Sisters from all over the US and Canada

See you soon!

Last IROC Update in May!

PAT AMLIN: I went to Lou’s in the middle of January. Of course attended Omega Province and stayed until February 13, then on to my Grandson’s in Gainesville. While there he and his wife had my new great granddaughter by   C-section. Nola Grace was 32 weeks but very small, just 1lb, 1.3oz. She is breathing on her own, but is getting some oxygen and has a feeding tube. Rachelle (mother) had been in the hospital for over a month, baby being monitored. The hospital knew the baby would be small and were prepared. Sure looking forward to seeing everyone in June. Love, Pat

LINDA BANY: In July, my Chapter celebrated our 60th Anniversary with a lovely Victorian Tea. It was a beautiful occasion filled with memories and our history as Sisters in Sigma Phi Gamma. Those years have gone by too quickly. In August, my kids and their spouses and grandkids had our first annual whiffle ball tournament weekend at my neighborhood park. Everyone had a blast (especially Grandma). Anytime family gets together it is special. I’m looking forward to an early spring and of course International Convention in South Bend in June! Hope to see many of you there! Love to all, Linda

HELEN BIALES: It seems as we get older time goes by faster than ever. Life has been good. Lots of golf, travel, bridge, and volunteer activities. I look forward to seeing my SPG Sisters in South Bend.

CAROL BOND: Another busy year has passed since International Convention. Indianapolis was a great fun. However, the city had a surprise welcome for us. June 24, the day after we arrived, Indianapolis had a tornado and we spent about 30 minutes in the tornado shelter next to the hotel. This was a first. Seeing new sights and revisiting a city is always fun. Our twins group spent time in Skokie, Illinois, saw some Chicago sights and ate some Chicago food. If you are ever there and have a chance to visit the Museum of Science and Industry, do it. Connie and I are looking forward to seeing what’s new in the South Bend area. Just wish it was easier to get to. See you all in June.

LINDA BULLINGTON: Hi Dear Sisters! I enjoy helping out in my grandson’s second grade classroom when I can, kids are so smart, and at least I can still help with their class work at that age! I also Serve as treasurer for the PTA, plan movie nights for the families to enjoy, and chaired the Christmas craft event with help from some of my sorority Sisters, all of that keeps me out of trouble. I’m looking forward to South Bend where I’ll be running for International Service Secretary (again). Hope to see you in South Bend!

LIZ COCHRANE: Is it Spring yet? This has been a record breaking year here in Massachusetts for snow fall and cold temperatures. I am so looking forward to spring and of course to Convention. I will be so honored to preside over the 2015 Convention being held in South Bend, Indiana. I have enjoyed the time serving as your President this year. My Province visitations were to warm sunny Florida, even warmer to Tucson, Arizona, and then I completed my visitations spending time with the Beta Ladies in Fort Wayne, Indiana. My hope is that we have a fabulous turnout to South Bend and I promise hugs to all. Love you, Liz

DIANE COSTELLO: It has been a busy year for me. Roy and I re-married the first of September, sold our respective homes, and bought 17 acres 2 miles outside of Bloomington on the South side of town. We moved in the weekend before Thanksgiving, had painters on the following Monday and Tuesday, and Thanksgiving dinner in our new home on Thursday. The following week I started caring for my 6 week old great-grandson (#4) when my granddaughter returned to work. After losing 2 of our Life Members within a little over a year, 3 of us attended Lambda Province for a much needed rest and reconnection with our Lambda Sisters. There will be four of us in South Bend and can hardly wait to see everyone! Love to all, Diane

 

IROC Sisters Rule …

BETTY CRAFTON: If the years fly past any more quickly – we’ll meet each other going in and out the SPG hotel’s convention doors. Really enjoyed Alpha’s Province in Indianapolis. As we didn’t need to work – just enjoy! It has been a good year – grandchildren getting older and wiser, we hope – youngest one, Paige, our golfer turned 21 – and oldest, Carolyn 28 – with James, Laura and Nick sprinkled in between. BIG EVENT was Dan’s Honor Flight for WW II Vets on 9/6/14 to Washington, D.C. Son, David, went along as his Guardian, 70 veteran’s w/70 guardians + health care attendees. It was quite an emotional send-off & returns w/hundreds gathered to honor them, i.e. bands playing, celebrations – both state & local. Took several days to bring him ‘down to earth’ again. AND, of course our yearly wintering on Marco Island with our many friends from all over the country even Canada has become very special. We don’t miss the ice and snow though I was sorry not to be at LAMBDA PROVINCE to see my ‘new’ daughter Donna installed as Province Organizer. Remember in Charleston, I warned several of you about a ‘new’ Crafton being a SPG member. Looking forward to seeing all of you in South Bend this June. Wishing U ‘daisy days’ X’s & O’s

BARBARA DRECHSLER: Richard had a fall in late January – broke his nose, got a gash on the nose from his eye piece, and abrasions on face and knees. Stitches and a short surgery followed — he’s pretty much back to normal, but being more careful. My knees are giving me problems, but what isn’t during these marvelous ‘golden’ years. Dealing with snow and shoveling this past winter didn’t help!! Richard and I are looking forward to seeing everyone in South Bend.  Hugs to all, Barbara

DIANE EASTERDAY: I’m getting along well with my knee and back surgeries. I’m doing therapy right now for my back. At the writing of this note, we are in Indy keeping our grandkids company while their parents take a short vacation to Arizona. Can’t call it babysitting any more. They’re 16 and 11 and pretty much take care of themselves. I am coming to International. Looking forward to seeing all of you. I love hugs. Hope to see you there. Love in Sigma Phi, Diane

DIANE FLAYHART: On the way home from convention last year, Bill and I toured a potato chip factory in Zanesville, OH, spent the night in a yurt at The Wilds, and visited the 911 Memorial in Pennsylvania. I now have two great-nieces and no job. My company had a reduction in force in December and decided I would go. Since I just turned 62, I decided to not look for a job and enjoy retirement with Bill. Even though I haven’t gotten into a routine yet, I still deliver Meals on Wheels, work with my church, and still continue to go to my personal trainer three times a week.  See you in South Bend!

NANCY HARGISS: Not sure about Convention at this time. Love & Hugs to all.

BETTY McCLURE: Please give everyone a big hello and hug from me. We have been doing a lot of traveling back and forth to see our grandson in Los Angeles. They are expecting their second child the later part of June, so we will not be at convention. We need to be available to help and take care of Spencer. Take care, Betty

Sister to Sister…..