Laureate Eta Nu
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2020 - 2021

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HISTORY - PAST OFFICERS AND ACCOMPLISHMENTS

2013 – 2014 YOU LIGHT UP MY LIFE
 
Kristi Hopkins - President
Vice President - Vice President
Gisele Medina - Recording Secretary
Patti Kallus - Corresponding Secretary
Laurie Musachia - Treasurer
Kristi Hopkins - Sweetheart
Kristi Hopkins - WOTY
Kerry Bost - HCC Service Chair
Patti Kallus - HCC Legacy Tea Chair
 
Kristi selected a theme of inventions over the decades that made a difference in our history and our lives.  Each sister was assigned a decade in which to base their program and social.  As usual we enjoyed some great times and continued to grow into ourselves and with each other.  Vickie started us off in the 1900s and we visited the Art Car Museum.  Kerry followed with the 1910s and took us down memory lane in Old Town Tomball.  In August, Kristi’s Beginning Day began with a wonderful lunch and an extremely loud game of Apples to Apples, followed by a late night swim.  In September, Beth led us through the history of Texas during the 1930s.  
 
In October we enjoyed the Second Annual Bolivar Peninsula social at the Noble’s Crystal Beach house.  Sunset dinners, unique martinis, shopping, a benefit barbecue, night rides on the beach and quiet talks made up the weekend.  In November Ivelysse took us through the medical innovations of the 1950s and followed up with a trip to the Health Museum.  We saw some interesting things and enjoyed lunch afterwards.  Lela and Connie C hosted a Blue Christmas holiday dinner and gift exchange – complete with Elvis and trivia about the 1960s.
 
Gisele and Patti hosted the sweetheart luncheon for Kristi in Old Town Richmond.  It was a great lunch and we even got some shopping in – along with enjoying a glass of wine at a local winery.  Judy took us to the Butterfly Exhibit at the Museum of Natural Science where some sisters had colorful butterflies adorn their clothes.  Kathy hosted the forever popular Bunco game in March.  In April Laurie hosted a tour of the Bayou Bend gardens and in May Donna introduced everyone to the Polish Festival, which we will attend again next year.
 
At Founder’s Day, we were recognized for fund raising for H.E.A.R.T. We won awards for service, social, chapter and council participation.