Members of Pi Beta Phi Alumnae distribute books throughout the community
Josh Beasley, Director of Development, Positive Tomorrows with Pi Phis Millonn Lilly (President) and Britton Green (President- Elect of club) show some of the books. (Photo provided).
Margo Ward and Britton Green, Public Relations Chairman and President-Elect, OKC chapter of Pi Beta Phi alumnae, noted that the club has collected more than 1,000 books this year and has given 750 of them to Citizens Caring for Children.
Other organizations receiving books from the Pi Phis were Sunbeam Family Services, City Care’s Whiz Kids, Celebrations Preschool, Positive Tomorrows and City Rescue Mission. Book drive competitions are held during the year between the club’s interest groups. Millonn Lilly is president of Pi Beta Phi sorority alumnae chapter.
The club also supports the Boys and Girls Club Memorial Park, Tapestry Project and the literacy efforts at the University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma State University Pi Phi chapters. Due to the alumnae club’s devotion to literacy, the club has received the national Excellence in Literacy Initiatives award two consecutive years.
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