I just want to take a quick moment of your time to thank all those who attended the August 25th Bunco for a Cause Luau! I hope you all had a great time!
I know it was great seeing everyone! We had several new faces this time and I believe they had fun thanks to the helping hands of our veteran Bunco players!
Our next Bunco is November 17, 2019. The theme will be Holiday Bunco for a Cause! I have attached a Save the Date for you to put on your refrigerators Make sure you give your ESA Sigma Phi member a call to reserve your spot or you can call, text or email me and I will make sure we have a chair saved just for you! My cell phone is 402-690-7720!
Holiday Bunco for a Cause will be full of prizes, food, wine, fun and fellowship!
Sigma Phi is busy this month helping out at the St. Jude Walk/Run, preparing for our big event BLAST FROM THE PAST (October 5, 2019), and collecting school supplies for Florida School for the Deaf and Blind, If you have never been to the BLAST FROM THE PAST you are really missing out on a good time. I have attached a flyer with all the details! If you think Bunco is fun you really must come to the "BLAST"!
We will be going to Arnold Palmer's Children's Hospital and The Russell Home for Atypical Children soon to give them our donation for this year! It is always so much fun to see their faces when we hand them a check! WE CAN NOT DO THIS WITHOUT YOUR HELP!
Remember, if you have any questions about Sigma Phi or the good works we do please do not hesitate to contact a Sigma Phi member!
Thanks again everyone and I hope to see you soon!
ESA Sigma Phi
P.S. Remember to bring your donation to The Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind to be entered into a special drawing!
Nu Alpha had a lovely luncheon today at Liz Hahn’s Home. We donated school supplies and backpacks to Merritt Island High School. The school’s Mustang Mall benefits many needy families.
Hi there - would encourage all to go the new SERC website address (www.esa-serc.com) and read the latest issue of the SERC newsletter.
Vicky Jones the SERC Webmaster reports that the website is no longer password protected BUT all documents that include names, addresses and phone numbers are still protected.
Any document that you click on that asks for a password just enter SERC1234.