On Nov. 15, the ladies of the Epsilon Chi chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha in Rangely held a successful annual Holiday Bazaar. The event, which has run for more than 40 years, raised $1,100 this year. The funds will benefit St. Jude’s Children’s Cancer Research Hospital, and the chapter does several projects also for Rangely residents, including contributing to the Rangely Food Bank and the Winter Warm Clothes Drive, picking up trash on the highway and several other projects. Members include: Gail Palmer, Arlene Huff, President Brenda Hopson, (Santa) Chris Hall, Vicki Lane, Milly Archuleta and Gloria Anderson.
RANGELY I Epsilon Sigma Alpha’s annual holiday bazaar, now in its 51st year, is about raising funds for others in a spirit of service.
Dear Editor: The Epsilon Sigma Alpha Annual Holiday Bazaar was held Nov. 15 at Parkview Elementary School in Rangely. The weather was great and we had a great turnout with 28 paid vendors.