CHI St. Luke’s Health Spreads Christmas Joy to Newest Arrivals

Every baby born at CHI St. Luke’s Health Memorial during the month of December receives one of these sweet Santa cap keepsakes to take home. Pictured from left to right, Tobias Jesse Gann, son of Aron and Samantha Gann; Drake Grant Cole, son of Trey Cole and Madison Davenport; and Matthew Yahir Garcia, son of Vladimir Garcia and Margarita Vazquez.

LUFKIN, TEXAS (December 9, 2016)… CHI St. Luke’s Health-Memorial Lufkin is sending a little Christmas joy home with each new family. Thanks to the Epsilon Kappa Master Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, an international social, service and cultural organization for women, each baby born in the month of December will receive a tiny red stocking cap keepsake. For the past 25 years, the ladies of Beta Sigma Phi have been designing and sewing the red caps for Memorial’s newest arrivals.

“Making these red caps has become a tradition for us. It’s part of our Christmas celebration each year,” said Suzanne Bell, Vice President of Epsilon Kappa Master Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. “Some of our members have changed throughout the year, but we have some ladies who have been doing this for all 25-plus years. We love seeing the babies in their hats. It’s just something we enjoy doing.”

Beta Sigma Phi is an international social, service and cultural organization for women. This chapter is the highest degree of the four chapters in Lufkin.

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