Mom's Day is special day for all of us here at Psi Beta. It is a day where we get to celebrate the empowering women in our lives and give back some of the love and support they have shown us. This year the event was held at hotelVetro and thanks to our amazing sisterhood committee, our celebration was nothing short of amazing!
"Mom’s day is one of my favorite Chi Omega events. I love being able to show my mom the kind, funny and intelligent women I have surrounded myself with. I am so thankful to be in a chapter that I am proud to share with my family." - Hannah Birt
"Since my mom and I couldn’t make it to Mom’s Day last year, this year was my mom’s first real experience with Chi Omega. It was such an amazing feeling to get to show her the people that I’ve chosen to surround myself with during my time at college, and to feel genuinely proud of the friends that I was introducing her to. Moms Day was the perfect opportunity to show my mom all that Chi O is about and why I love it so much, and I know that she loved it too!!" - Macy Meredith
"This weekend was the best of both worlds having my first best friend and newest best friends all around me! My mom felt so at home being surrounded by all my sisters! I loved celebrating all of our moms’ jobs well done- bringing us ladies up to be the strong, talented females we are today. Already counting down the days to next year when the coolest moms come to town again and show IC where all us Chi O’s get our best traits from!" - Renee Cafun
In addition to the lunch catered by Graze Restaurant, there was a silent auction and the money raised was split between the Chi Omega Foundation and Make-A-Wish. At the end of the event, the grand total was $7,751 with $5,945 going to Make-A-Wish and $1,806 going to the Chi Omega Foundation.
HUGE thank you to our sister Jenna Larson for all her hard work she put into making this event a success. Psi Beta loves you!
"I am because you are."
We are incredibly grateful for our moms and the numerous other strong women in our lives. We wouldn't be the women we are today without them. They encourage us to be confident and to never apologize for being ourselves, and most importantly, they taught us how to love. If we are half the women they are someday, we will be just fine.