Chi Omegas from Robson Ranch celebrated their sorority’s 127th birthday on April 6 with a luncheon at the Denton Country Club. Chi Omega was founded on April 5, 1895, at the University of Arkansas. Eight of the 10 members were able to attend. Participants received white carnations, chocolate owls, owl socks, and owl planters. The owl, a bird of wisdom, is a symbol of Chi Omega and reminds members to strive for knowledge and understanding throughout life.
Various members made presentations on the founders of Chi Omega, their philanthropy, and the history, growth, badge, and symbol of the sorority. Members joined in to sing the traditional Chi O songs, including “Shades,” “Long, Long Trail,” “I Love You Truly,” and “Joy Is in Chi O.” Before departing, the group renewed their pledge to uphold the standards of the fraternity, as stated in the “Chi Omega Symphony.”
Robson Ranch Chi Omegas meet for lunch at the Wildhorse Grill every first Wednesday. We welcome all members of Chi Omega Sorority to join us.