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Get Involved

Pi Phi Interest and Activity Groups offer small group friendships and fun. Everyone is welcome in these groups of Pi Phis of all ages! 


SISTERS A GO-GO 
We are on the go, and enjoy periodic sister gatherings that might include local theater, museum exhibits, musical outings and/or simply lunch, dinner or happy hour.  Some of this year’s events included an evening at the Winspear for Beautiful - The Carole King Musical and a Saturday 'Paint for Your Life' facilitated by our own sister-artist Joan Hogge.  
 Would you like to go-go with us or have a go-go activity suggestion?
Contact:  richplanopiphi@gmail.com



BETA BUDDY BOOK CLUB
Who: Pi Phis and friends who love to read
What: A monthly meeting where members discuss an agreed-upon book 
Where: Informal Zoom setting for now
When: Second Wednesday of the month
Informal setting: No leader, no homework! Just discussion and lots of fun & sisterhood!

We have 2 Book Clubs - Daytime & Evening. Daytime meets at 1:00pm and Evening meets at 7:00pm.                                                                                  We read all types of literature…fiction, non-fiction, classics and always The Richardson Reads One pick for the year. 
Interested? Contact: Sally Williams sallysw82@yahoo.com for day group and  Kay Hopkins kay.hopkins@yahoo.com for evening group.


BRIDGE CLUB
Who:  Pi Phis who love to play bridge and/or want to learn each meets monthly.
What: Monthly meetings either late morning or evening
When: Morning Bridge Club meets the second Thursday of the month at 10:00 am. Hostesses provide chips, drinks and desserts and players bring something for their lunch. 
Evening Bridge Club meets the first Wednesday of the month at  6:30 pm in members' homes for appetizers and drinks before an enjoyable evening of bridge. 
New members and subs are always welcome! We have two great groups and lots of fun! 
Contact: Sharon Eatherly at 972-596-9043 for more information.


PI PHI POP UP!
A Pi Phi Pop Up Party is a spontaneous gathering of sisters for dinner, drinks, sporting events, movies, and more.  Usually such events are of short-notice, hence the name ‘pop-up’. Simply sign up to receive the text alerts. Once notified, if you have an interest and are available, you ‘pop-up’ to the event! Sign up at any meeting or text Molly Lancaster at 817-996-6197 to join the list. 


LOCAL ALUMNAE PANHELLENIC 
Evening meetings are held the 3rd Wednesday of each month. Membership is open to all Greek women and is a great way to know many NPC sisters in our community. Activities include hosting the annual Sorority Recruitment Information Forum every spring, plus an excellent speaker series. Scholarships are awarded annually. Join our Panhellenic representative, Kay Hopkins, and other Club members in sharing the Pi Phi love with the greater Greek community. Contact Kay Hopkins at kay.hopkins@yahoo.com for information.


CHAMPIONS ARE READERS ® (CAR)
Since 2003, our club has implemented Champions are Readers ® (CAR) literacy program with 3rd grade students at Aikin Elementary in Richardson ISD. The experience of working with the students is very rewarding and a great way to make a collective impact with other Pi Beta Phi sisters.  No experience needed - only a listening ear and a tender heart! The time commitment is approximately 1.5 hours per session, Monday and Wednesday afternoon during February.  Sign up for as many sessions as you are able. 
Contact: Cindy Georgas at cindy.georgas@gmail.com for more information.


TEXAS SCOTTISH RITE HOSPITAL TREE DECORATING
For more than 30 years our Club has been decorating a tree for the children at Scottish Rite Hospital in Dallas, TX. In 2018 we were invited to decorate a second tree at Scottish Rite for Children in Frisco, TX! This is an annual event usually held in late November or early December where members join together to decorate a Christmas tree with our club's angel ornaments for the enjoyment of the patients and staff.  It's a fun and festive time for everyone and no experience is needed! Typically starts at 5:30pm in the evening. Contact Kay Hopkins at kay.hopkins@yahoo.com for information.


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