Apr 1, 2009

Delta Gamma Love

During my absence from bloggyland I was incredibly busy being a great Delta Gamma sister. I was the Dallas Delta Gamma Founder's Day Chair and put on an event for over 250 women to celebrate our shared history and the meaning of the sisterhood we all pledged lifetime membership to. I am pictured with my co-chair and Martha Brown, the former Panhellenic President and the current Delta Gamma Delegate to Panhellenic. The event was a huge success! I am in love with our beautiful centerpeices and wish we could have found more of these anchors so I could take one home with me. The teddy bears were from Build a Bear and were available for purchase after the event.

I am not going to bore you with all of the photos here (but they're incredible!) We hired a professional photographer who took 120 pictures of the event. They are in two separate facebook albums (1 - 2) and you don't have to have a facebook account to view them.

I also attended a Delta Gamma Charity Event, Vintage and Vision, on Saturday night to raise money for the Delta Gamma Foundation of Dallas which works for the Delta Gamma Philanthropy, Service for Sight. It was an incredible night of wine tasting, whisky tasting, and fellowship. I wish I had photos to show you - but I forgot my camera!

I hope that all of you who pledged a sorority in your college days are taking full advantage of all that your local alumnae groups have to offer. Sorority membership is a lifetime commitment and I know that the bonds of my Delta Gamma sisterhood are still enriching my life today.


  1. Great to see another Greek alum enjoying her sisterhood still. I love the experiences I've had as an alumnae too.

    Tri Delta love! :)

  2. It really is sisterhood forever! It amazes me that I get notes from sisters whom I have never met and were not a part of our chapter! We have a great online community inside our Sorority website so we can all keep in touch. Glad your event went beautifully!