Delta Theta Tau Holds Geranium Sale

April 7, 2024 at 3:33 p.m.
Pictured are sisters Kathy Stanley, Barb VanCuren, Jean Whitenack, Marcia Randolph, Maria McGrath and Brenda Arnold with patio geraniums from Delta Theta Tau’s 2023 fundraiser. Photo Provided.
Pictured are sisters Kathy Stanley, Barb VanCuren, Jean Whitenack, Marcia Randolph, Maria McGrath and Brenda Arnold with patio geraniums from Delta Theta Tau’s 2023 fundraiser. Photo Provided.

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Delta Theta Tau has begun their annual geranium sales.  This year they are offering four colors: red, salmon, pink and white.  
They have large patio and hanging basket sizes ($26 each) along with a 5-inch size ($5.50 each). They will take orders up to April 26 and start deliveries May 1 with all delivered before Mothers’ Day, according to a news release from Delta Theta Tau.
If you want to order geraniums and one of the sorority sisters has not contacted you yet, call 574-527-1612 or 574-253-1212 by April 26.
They want to thank their Warsaw community friends who help they raise funds that they distribute philanthropically back into the local community, stated the release. In the past year, the chapter donated over $4,000 to various organizations helping families with children: Joe’s Kids, Magical Meadow, Healthy Families, CCS Christmas families, school closets at Claypool Elementary, Leesburg Elementary, and Edgewood Middle School; Room at The Table closet for foster children, Boomerang Backpacks, Gateway Education Center, gas cards to be given to local cancer patients who have to drive for treatment appointments and Fellowship Missions.
In addition to these donations, they sew walker totes and lap blankets for local nursing homes as well as burp cloths, taggies and bibs for Healthy Families.
Anyone interested in joining the philanthropic organization can contact Marcia Randolph at 574-527-1612.

Delta Theta Tau has begun their annual geranium sales.  This year they are offering four colors: red, salmon, pink and white.  
They have large patio and hanging basket sizes ($26 each) along with a 5-inch size ($5.50 each). They will take orders up to April 26 and start deliveries May 1 with all delivered before Mothers’ Day, according to a news release from Delta Theta Tau.
If you want to order geraniums and one of the sorority sisters has not contacted you yet, call 574-527-1612 or 574-253-1212 by April 26.
They want to thank their Warsaw community friends who help they raise funds that they distribute philanthropically back into the local community, stated the release. In the past year, the chapter donated over $4,000 to various organizations helping families with children: Joe’s Kids, Magical Meadow, Healthy Families, CCS Christmas families, school closets at Claypool Elementary, Leesburg Elementary, and Edgewood Middle School; Room at The Table closet for foster children, Boomerang Backpacks, Gateway Education Center, gas cards to be given to local cancer patients who have to drive for treatment appointments and Fellowship Missions.
In addition to these donations, they sew walker totes and lap blankets for local nursing homes as well as burp cloths, taggies and bibs for Healthy Families.
Anyone interested in joining the philanthropic organization can contact Marcia Randolph at 574-527-1612.

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