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Fall Into Wine with Epsilon Psi



Story and Photography by Eric Lusk

The lovely ladies of Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc. Epsilon Psi Chapter recently hosted an elegant night of wine tasting and socializing at The Grove at Williamson Place in Murfreesboro. Guests enjoyed a fun evening of live music, appetizers, wine pairing instructions, silent auctions and of course wine!

According to chapter president, Tonya Wilkerson-Jenkins, “We are a dynamic and diverse organization with women from all ages, professions, and backgrounds. We are truly a ‘service’ oriented organization that strives to give back with a focus on our mission of making available our time, talent, and resources to provide quality programs and community services that enhance chapter visibility, increase membership, and sustain a model of global leadership in the Southern Region.”

For more information, please visit www.iota1929epsilonpsi.org.

 

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