Denver Area Panhellenic President Gina Moore – Delta Delta Delta, with her sorority sisters President’s Tea hostess Sandy Olsson, whose home overlooks the golf course, and Tri Delta Denver Alumnae Chapter President Allison Lodovic
By Scottie Taylor Iverson
It is a long-standing tradition that the sorority of the incoming Denver Area Panhellenic President hosts the President’s Tea in her honor. Delta Delta Delta chose the Highlands Ranch Golf Club home of Sandy Olsson for this year’s event. Presidents of all 25 alumnae sororities who are members of Denver Area PanhellenicP) were invited as well as their delegates and alternates plus other special guests. Also in attendance was Gina’s Tri Delta mom, Eileen Swets.
The purpose of Alumnae Panhellenics is: To INFORM fraternity women of current trends, To PROMOTE the fraternity system, To IMPROVE the fraternity image, To STIMULATE a continuing interest in Panhellenic affairs. Denver Area Panhellenic is one of the strongest chapters in the National Panhellenic Conference in which there are 200 alumnae organizations in the U.S., Canada and the United Kingdom. DAP won the Outstanding Alumnae Panhellenic Award twice and has been honored several other times. DAP represents thousands of Greek sorority members in the metro area.
Leigh Plue – Kappa Alpha Theta Panhellenic Delegate/Finance Review Chair, Laura Elhaje-Sigma Kappa Delegate/Awards Luncheon Chair and LeaAnn Reitzig – Sigma Kappa/ Panhellenic Delegate -At-Large
A group of Denver Alumnae Chapter Tri Deltas who attended the tea in honor of Gina Moore
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