Welcome to the Envoy Page



Beta Sigma Phi's 85th anniversary year is here!  How will your area obtain publicity for sorority?  A wonderful idea to put into action is to enroll and honor the local newscasters and/or meteorologists as Envoys. This action will typically obtain television exposure on the news.  

A few years ago, Laureate Alpha in Boise, ID did this and were delighted with the television exposure.

Don't forget about possibilities including the Mayor, Lawyers, Judges, Editor of the Newspaper or anyone with a  recognizable name. 

 

 


 



Tommy Curtis

North Carolina Preceptor Tau's newest Envoy member is the son of member Claudette Curtis.  Tommy has always considered himself a member of the chapter and now he is.  He wears his pin with pride!

 






Alabama Laureate Alpha

Frederick Anci, Gregg Turner, Ronald Isome Sr., Jack
Camariotes II, Keith Elder, Gilbert Loeser Jr.

The Sisters hosted an appreciation dinner for the men in their lives to thank them for their outstanding devotion and assistance; without which, their chapter would not be near as successful.  They played games and watched the football game while eating lots of good food. 



Florida Beta Epsilon

Bill LaMay, Richard Macomber, Ray Hardy, Bill Schaible, Rick Wagner, Gary McGugan, Walt Siewert, Terry Cerullo

The Sisters honored their men with a surprise Envoy Ritual to show their appreciation for all their support.










Darroll Hargraves hunted walrus and whales with local subsistence hunters when living in Northern Alaska.  He enjoys writing and photography, and has had a number of articles and photos published.  Darroll grows giant Alaska cabbages and potatoes in his garden.  Digging the potatoes in the fall is a family event with grandchildren.  Moose have usually helped themselves to the cabbage by the end of the growing season.
 

 

Larry Rucas is an avid golfer and a computer techie.  He revealed a well-kept secret when he sang on "stage" with a small band that was providing a backyard concert for a sorority picnic.  Larry loves to travel and flies away with wife Evelyn to Arizona each winter for a few months.




The new envoys join Laureate Eta's Bob Christensen, who has been an Envoy since 2005.  "Beta Bob" is a commercial pilot, and flies his own plane.   He is interested in gold mining, is a real connoisseur of wine, and makes his own computer videos.

We treasure our Envoys and consider them a significant part of what we enjoy about being a Beta Sigma Phi!

Savanah Hargraves
Laureate Eta



The Envoy Program

In 1983, many of our members requested a method for honoring men who were friends, helpers and advisors to them in their chapters or council activities. Men have been especially helpful with convention props, set ups and entertainment.  The International Executive Council created the Envoy Program. This allows the members to thank those men who have been supportive, helpful and have encouraged Beta Sigma Phi efforts and activities.

To enroll a man, just complete the enrollment form that can be found on our home web page under the Download title.  Or, telephone the Rushing Department toll free at 1-888-238-2221. We only need the man's name, home address (if different from sponsor's) and $25.00 enrollment fee. After the Envoy is enrolled, the International Office will send an Envoy Pin, a certificate, an Envoy membership card and a copy of the Envoy Ritual.  Chapters may then recognize and honor their Envoys in any manner, annually or more often each year. An appreciation banquet, a picnic or just a fun pot luck, the decision is up to the members.

The Envoy II Program

In 2006, many of our members requested a method for making their sons feel special since they were feeling left out. Boys could not become legacies of Beta Sigma Phi. Quite a few boys under the age of 18 tend to help the Beta Sigma Phi members in many various situations.

The International Executive Council created the Envoy II program. This allows the members to thank the young men who have been supportive, helpful and have encouraged Beta Sigma Phi efforts and activities.

To enroll a young man under the age of eighteen, just complete the enrollment form that can be found on our home web page  located under the Download title.   Or, telephone the Rushing Department toll free at 1-888-238-2221. We only need the young man's name, home address (if different from sponsors) and $25.00 enrollment fee. After the Envoy II is enrolled, the International Office will send an Envoy II Pin, an Envoy II membership card and a copy of the Envoy II Ritual.

Chapters may then recognize their Envoy II in any manner, annually or more often each year. An appreciation banquet, a picnic or just a fun pot luck, the decision is up to the members.
 

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