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Women’s organization brightens Pahrump Rehabilitation and Health Center for Valentine’s

Beta Sigma Phi, Laureate Omicron Chapter, gives back to the community in giving Pahrump Rehabilitation and Health Center Valentine’s cards, sugar-free candy and flower cups for the residents to enjoy.

Members of the local chapter of Beta Sigma Phi present Sharon Leffingwell (third from left), director of activities at Pahrump Rehabilitation and Health Center, with Valentine’s cards and sugar-free candy for the residents.

Beta Sigma Phi members are, from left, Ellen Semerjian and Shirl Marrs, and to the right of Leffingwell are Margaret Cypret, Betty West and Lois Heyer.

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