Yvonne Lee Lady of the Year

The Beta Sigma Phi lady this year is Yvonne Lee.

The Beta Sigma Phi lady this year is Yvonne Lee.

The letter recommending her as Lady of the Year was signed by more 25 people from Kitimat.

In their words, she is responsible for initiating and following through with procuring the old abandoned Aire Liquide building as a home for abandoned animals.

Yvonne was responsible for the paperwork to make the “Loving for Love Animal Shelter” a society so that it could give out tax receipts.

She did many things for the animal shelter from establishing it as a society to cleaning cages and making bedding from old blankets.

In addition Yvonne has help many two legged residents of Kitimat, making Christmas gift for patients in extented care, her work as a Gyrette and helping in so many ways.

For all her work for the residents of Kitimat, both two legged and four legged, Yvonne Lee is Beta Sigma Phi’s Lady of the Year.

 

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