Pictured L-R: Toni Bell, Michelle Delaney, Donna Kidder, Donna Graham, Kassier Murry, Sandie Stacy, Patricia Moore and Terry Moherek

The recent ESA Convention in Melbourne turned out to be a significant event for the Beta Theta chapter, as they came home laden with a plethora of awards, a testament to their dedication and hard work. Convention Delegates Toni Bell, the current Beta Theta President, and Terry Moherek, the Past President, proudly represented their chapter and celebrated their collective achievements.

Pictured L-R: Terry Moherek, LouEllen Combs-Holt, and Toni Bell. 

Among the accolades, one stood out with special significance for Beta Theta. Lou Ellen Combs-Holt, a dedicated member, secured the 1st place award for her Outstanding Educational book, which meticulously covered all the past year’s Beta Theta Educationals. The book was crafted following the president’s theme “Beta Theta’s Never Ending Story” recognizing 45 years of Good Works, Good Times and Good Friends. The book was so exceptional that it is now being considered for International recognition. Lou Ellen’s contributions were further recognized as she was named ESA Miss Enthusiasm.

Donna Graham also brought pride to Beta Theta by receiving the First Place ESA State’s Philanthropic Hours Award. Her numerous hours devoted to her beloved project, Ruff Times Rescue, showcased her unwavering commitment to philanthropy.

Pictured L-R: Donna Graham, Patricia Moore, and Michelle Delaney

The chapter’s organizational excellence was highlighted as well, with several members receiving recognition for submitting their reports on time. Pat Moore was honored with the Gold Quill award, while Lou Ellen Combs received the Gold Link and Michelle Delaney received the Gold Heart award.

Terry Moherek was celebrated for her exceptional contributions. She was named Member of the Year and honored for her remarkable 50 years of service.

The chapter’s collective efforts were also recognized on a broader scale. Beta Theta received the State 2nd place award for Easter Seals Hours and 3rd place for St. Jude Hours, further showcasing their commitment to service and community support.

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