Gamma Sigs Build Friendships While Serving, Helping Others
Friendship is built on the foundation
of service and social relationships in
Gamma Sigma Sigma, women's service
Membership requires the willingness of
girls to devote time to campus, community and national service projects.
Campus projects this year included
keeping the bulletin boards up-to-date,
reading material onto tapes for the blind,
manning polls at student elections, organizing student life cards, helping the
handicapped register and taking them to
their classes and participating in Homecoming activities.
Gamma Sigma Sigma's off-campus activities were mainly centered around helping the underprivileged. These included
adopting a family for a school year, taking orphans to a UH football game, helping the Mental Health Association in St.
Joseph's Hospital, giving a Thanksgiving
dinner at St. Anthony's Old Folks Home,
collecting clothes for a cancer victim and
sending cookies to Vietnam.
FRONT ROW: Judith Wong, Shirley Heath, Corinne Lock, Karen Ballard, Martha Zim-
merly, Davida Strauss, Sheri White, Suzanne Selinger. SECOND ROW: Sherry Butscher,
Teela Berman, Sandy Posey, Bonnie Schwark, Linda Prescott, Carol Heath, Barbara
Woodard, Mary Buckley. BACK ROW: Linda Schulz, Darlene Rife, Bonnie Jentho, Diane
Puffer, Diane Duvall, Jo Dimech, Jeri Fuller.