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February 9, 2014

ESA to elect new officers

NORMAN — District IV of the Oklahoma State Council of Epsilon Sigma Alpha, International will meet March 1 to elect and install new officers for 2014-15.

District IV consists of Seminole, Shawnee, Norman, Choctaw, Del City, Midwest City and Lawton.

District coordinator Robbin Brown, of Choctaw, will conduct the meeting at 10 a.m. in Norman at Goodrich Methodist Church. Lunch will be served.

Candidates for new officers are coordinator Linda Leveridge of Delta Kappa, Norman, who will automatically become coordinator, moving up from vice coordinator. Other candidates are vice coordinator Nancy Baucom, Beta Mu, Lawton; secretary Lola Jaegers, Zeta Gamma, Shawnee; treasurer Gloria Torres, Beta Rho, Del City, and parliamentarian Billie Linville, Delta Epsilon, Del City.

Members are asked to bring paper goods for their district project, The Greiner School for the Handicapped in Lawton.

State second vice president Billye Peterson, Gamma Zeta, Edmond, will present an educational program.

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