Kappa Alpha Theta

Leading Women at the College of Charleston - Zeta Lambda

Formal 2015

On Friday April 10th our chapter enjoyed a beautiful night planned by our Social Chair, Julia Baldini. Everyone and their dates came to Trio Club and Lounge for an end of the semester celebration. There was delicious food and dancing and everyone had a great time!

Silent Auction and Family Weekend

On the weekend of April 17th-19th our chapter invited our parents to come visit and spend time with their daughters! On Friday, the families enjoyed a tour of the chapter facility with some light snacks and members of our Executive Board answered any questions about Theta. On Saturday, we had our fourth annual silent auction benefiting CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates). At the auction there was delicious food, a live band, and many items to bid on. All proceeds benefited CASA and thanks to everyone in attendance we were able to raise over $7,000. This event was planned by our Chief Marketing Officer, Ceara Irons, and our Service and Philanthropy Chair, Lindsay Adams. On Sunday, we celebrated our sister's good grades at our Scholarship Brunch held at the college's Alumni Center planned by our Scholarship Director, Alyssa Burtis.

Sisterhood Retreat

On Sunday, April 14th, we enjoyed a fun sisterhood retreat at Charleston Ice Palace! We all started in College of Charleston's Cistern and enjoyed a delicious Chipotle picnic and bonding time with our sisters. Then, we headed over to Charleston Ice Palace for ice skating! Sisterhood Retreat was planned by our Chief Education Officer, Tate Moore. Tate says, "It was so sweet seeings sisters help each other and teach each other tricks. I think it went really well and everyone bonded which was the ultimate goal."

Sister Spotlight

One of our talented members, Kate Alexander, had a piece of her art displayed at the College of Charleston's Young Contemporaries Exhibition. Kate says, "It was a great experience that gave me some insight to what the professional art world is like. It was my first sculpture using metal or welding, so I was really flattered that the gallery chose to put it in the Young Contemporaries Exhibition. My sculpture is called Cessation Tree and is made completely from sheet metal and pipe." Congratulations, Kate!
On Sunday April 12th, two of our sisters, Sara Burd and Haley Kee, participated in Chi Omega's philanthropy fashion show event, Work it for Wishes, benefiting the Make a Wish Foundation. You both looked great and did a great job representing Theta while supporting a great cause!
Another one of our sisters, Megan Shea, is participating in an amazing cause, 4K for Cancer. She will be participating in a 49 day, 4000+ mile run from San Francisco to New York City. Megan is currently raising money for those affected by cancer and who need our support. If you would like to donate to this wonderful cause, please click the link below. http://4kforcancer.org/profiles/megan-shea/

Good Luck Seniors!

Finally, we would like to wish our seniors good luck after graduation! Congratulations to all that you have accomplished through out your college careers and we can't wait to see what the future has in store for you! The Zeta Lambda chapter will miss you!
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