This past weekend, our chapter put on our annual philanthropy event, Princess for a Day. 60 young princesses participated by getting their hair and makeup done and decorating picture frames, sashes and their very own crowns. But the fun and excitement didn’t end there. It continued with a visit from an honorary Disney princess: Rapunzel from the film Tangled. Rapunzel had shown the girls how to be a princess which included various games and stories. Afterwards, everyone broke for lunch followed by a fashion show that showcased all of the beautiful princesses. A special thanks to those that made this event happen: Danielle Lachermeier, Alexa Fletcher and the Philanthropy Committee. Our chapter made over $600 which will be donated to the philanthropic cause of school and college readiness.
The Iota Zeta chapter definitely had something to celebrate as our ten year anniversary extravaganza took place this past weekend. There were laughs, games and more than enough memorable moments as Phi Sigma Sigma members old and new came together to remember a decade of sisterhood in the span of only a few days. The Twin Cities served as the location for an unforgettable event, the current members braving through a snow storm with excitement and anticipation. As the weekend came to a close, we could only reflect on the many women who fought to make the chapter what it has become today. We are proud of our alumnae, and we will continue to exemplify the great values the chapter was founded upon! LITP
"My favorite part of Ten Year was all of the games we played with Rick Rassier, especially the blindfolded dodgeball game."
Her favorite Part was - "Blindfolded Dodgeball with Rick Rassier!"
Maggie Sem & Emily Levin
Our blog is updated by our Public Relations Co-Chairs. Maggie and Emily are dedicated sisters and students. Read what they have to say about our recent events!