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SORORITY SETS REGIONAL CONFERENCE

May 9, 2004 – Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc., announced in a recent press release the convening of the 67th Eastern Regional Conference on St. Thomas, May 14 to 16, at Marriott's Frenchman's Reef Resort. This conference will be hosted by the sorors of Epsilon Zeta Chapter of St. Thomas.
Conducting the conference will be St. Thomas's Soror Marjorie Lee, eastern regional director, assisted by five other regional officers. In attendance will be Soror Charlotte Maull, national president, and 65 sorority members and spouses from the continental United States, along with 42 members from the local chapter.
Sorors will receive a welcome reception at Government House and engage in two and one-half days of business sessions. After the conference, a fish fry will be held at Magens Bay.

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May 9, 2004 - Iota Phi Lambda Sorority, Inc., announced in a recent press release the convening of the 67th Eastern Regional Conference on St. Thomas, May 14 to 16, at Marriott's Frenchman's Reef Resort. This conference will be hosted by the sorors of Epsilon Zeta Chapter of St. Thomas.
Conducting the conference will be St. Thomas's Soror Marjorie Lee, eastern regional director, assisted by five other regional officers. In attendance will be Soror Charlotte Maull, national president, and 65 sorority members and spouses from the continental United States, along with 42 members from the local chapter.
Sorors will receive a welcome reception at Government House and engage in two and one-half days of business sessions. After the conference, a fish fry will be held at Magens Bay.