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Pat Hamilton Named First Lady of the Year in Weiser for 2024, Celebrated with Tea Honoring Her Contributions

In a wonderful gathering on Sunday, April 7th, at the Bee Tree Folk School in Weiser, community members came together to celebrate Pat Hamilton as the esteemed recipient of the First Lady of the Year award for 2024.

Pat’s dedication to serving the community and her unwavering commitment to various charitable causes have earned her this prestigious honor, bestowed upon her by the members of the Snake River Council of Beta Sigma Phi.

The tradition of honoring outstanding women in the community dates back to 1978 when the Beta Sigma Phi chapters in the region initiated the annual recognition.

Each year, a woman is carefully nominated and chosen by the council members for her exceptional contributions to society.

The common thread among the recipients over the years is their selfless dedication to giving back to the community through charitable work and service projects.

What sets this recognition apart is the rule that the nominee must not have any affiliation with Beta Sigma Phi, ensuring that the award remains a genuine acknowledgment of community members’ efforts beyond the organization itself.

Pat Hamilton’s selection as the First Lady of the Year in 2024 is because of her outstanding service and the impact she has had on the local community.

The celebratory tea hosted in her honor was a wonderful occasion, attended by family, friends, and guests who came together to show appreciation for Pat’s remarkable contributions.

This year’s celebration not only recognized Pat Hamilton as an exemplary community member but also highlighted the spirit of generosity and goodwill that continues to thrive in Weiser.

The tradition of honoring outstanding women for their community service is a cherished one, and Pat’s designation as the First Lady of the Year exemplifies the values of kindness and selflessness that define the fabric of Weiser’s close-knit community.

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