Epsilon Chapter of Sigma Eta Fine Arts Sorority held its June meeting recently, where Erma Bombeckâ€™s tribute to mothers was read. Pictured, from left are Evelyn Zumbrun, Jerilyn Geiger, Mary Lou Fries, and DiAnna Weiss. Photo contributed
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Music from 1913 was the highlight of DiAnna Weissâ€™s theme for the June meeting of the Epsilon Chapter of Sigma Eta Fine Arts Sorority.
Members shared their talents, including a floral center piece and a table runner on one of the serving tables. An Erma Bombeck reading honoring mothers was given. Duets included â€śHow Could You Believe Me When I Said I Loved You When You Know Iâ€™ve been a Liar All my Life?â€ť; â€śBlackbird, Bye Byeâ€ť; a medley of 1913 hits â€” â€śWhen Irish Eyes Are Smiling,â€ť â€śYou Made Me Love You,â€ť and â€śAve Mariaâ€ť; and â€śLet the Rest of the World Go By.â€ť
Also shared was a recording of â€śGod Bless Americaâ€ť and a patriotic tribute read over piano music. Closing the program, the group sang â€śAmazing Graceâ€ť and â€śIn the Garden.â€ť
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