Iota Beta inducts new officers


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The newly inducted Iota Beta officers for the 2016-2017 are from left: Julia Smith, reporter; Marcy Colley, treasurer; Nicole Virts, secretary; Anita Hall, first vice president; Luana Barker, president; Melinda McKenzie, second vice president; Michele Popovich, corresponding secretary; Jenny Hildebrand, conductress; and Debbie Maxwell, parliamentarian.


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Iota Beta, the local Chapter of Phi Beta Psi National Civic Sorority, recently inducted its newest officers.

They are: Julia Smith, reporter; Marcy Colley, treasurer; Nicole Virts, secretary; Anita Hall, first vice president; Luana Barker, president; Melinda McKenzie, second vice president; Michele Popovich, corresponding secretary; Jenny Hildebrand, conductress; and Debbie Maxwell, parliamentarian.

Iota Beta meets at 7 p.m. the first and third Tuesdays of the month at St. Patrick’s School.

Members work at the Madison County Fair gate, are supporters of the Madison Health Breast Cancer Endowment and Relay for Life as well as many community service projects. Fundraisers are held throughout the year to support their National Project which is cancer research.

For more information about Iota Beta or their fundraisers contact Melinda McKenzie at 740-852-7807 or any sorority member.

The newly inducted Iota Beta officers for the 2016-2017 are from left: Julia Smith, reporter; Marcy Colley, treasurer; Nicole Virts, secretary; Anita Hall, first vice president; Luana Barker, president; Melinda McKenzie, second vice president; Michele Popovich, corresponding secretary; Jenny Hildebrand, conductress; and Debbie Maxwell, parliamentarian.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/37/2016/06/web1_IotaBetaofficerspiccol-1.jpgThe newly inducted Iota Beta officers for the 2016-2017 are from left: Julia Smith, reporter; Marcy Colley, treasurer; Nicole Virts, secretary; Anita Hall, first vice president; Luana Barker, president; Melinda McKenzie, second vice president; Michele Popovich, corresponding secretary; Jenny Hildebrand, conductress; and Debbie Maxwell, parliamentarian. Contributed photo

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