DIANA Award nominations sought by Epsilon Sigma Alpha

DIANA Award nominations sought by Epsilon Sigma Alpha The three chapters of Epsilon Sigma Alpha (ESA) are again sponsoring the DIANA Award for Vermillion. DIANA stands for Distinguished International Academy of Noble Achievement.

The purpose of the award is to honor a woman who has unselfishly given of herself to a remarkable degree in some area of service which benefits others. If you know someone quietly serving in our community, please nominate her.

Nomination forms or more information can be obtained from Mary Geffre Johnson, 624-3747, Sally Schmitz, 624-5313, Gwen Mount, 624-9578, or Cleo Kosters, 624-4042. Nomination forms must be returned by Dec. 22.

The DIANA Tea is planned for Jan. 21, 2001 at the W.H. Over Museum.

The three chapters of ESA in Vermillion are Alpha, Lambda, Beta Zeta, and Theta Omega. The DIANA Award was first awarded in 1973. Men volunteers receive the ZEUS Award. Award winners from 1973 to 1994 are: 1973 � Viola Bremer, 1974 � Clare Walpole, 1975 � Lillian Amundson, 1976 � Nettie Delzell, 1977 � Evelyn Jordan, 1978 � Cora Scott, 1979 � Dorothy Neuhaus, 1980 � Nana Rinker, 1981 � Irene Burton, 1982 � Merle Offerdahl (ZEUS), 1983 � Barbara Clement, 1984 � Virginia Stedronsky, 1985 � Margot Moller, 1986 � Esther Bottolfson, 1987 � none, 1988 � Becky Andal, 1989 � Lloyd R. Moses (ZEUS), 1990-91 � Margaret Sletwold, 1992 � Mary Merrigan, 1993 � Linda Sorenson and 1994 � Ray Hofman (ZEUS).

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