Beta Sigma Phi, International City Council of the Palm Beaches, celebrated its annual Beginning Day Luncheon on Saturday, Aug. 29 at the Union Congregational Church Fellowship Hall in West Palm Beach.
The event was hosted by the XI XI Tau chapter, one of five chapters belonging to the City Council. There were approximately 50 ladies in attendance, including guests and four members at large.
Lunch was served, and a presentation was made by the council honoring Kaitlyn Reisert, daughter of Cindy Reisert, a member of Lambda Phi chapter. Kaitlyn is the only active legacy in the council. She was recognized and presented with a live size doll.
Council President Helen Martinson took the opportunity to remind other members to honor their daughters, granddaughters or young friends to become a legacy.
Other activities included a Chinese auction and games, a yo-yo contest, a paddleball contest and a bubble gum blowing contest. A great time was had by all.
ABOVE: Kaitlyn Reisert with her doll.