(see photo- Laurie Peters Althen and Barbara O'Connor-photo albums 2018)
Sept. 2018 -- It's a small world. Laurie Halladay's pledge sister Laurie Peters Althen, Delta Xi (Missouri), lives in Denver. Laurie said, "I had hoped she would connect with Barbara O’Connor, one of our own Deltas from Sarasota, FL." Barbara moved to Denver after 2018 season to be with family.
Laurie sent an email (to Ms. Peters) and advised that Barbara was going to attend the Denver DDD Alumnae dinner with speaker, Tori Campbell, President of Foundation. I knew one of our other Sisters, Chrys Hyde, had helped Barbara connect so I assumed Barbara might attend," said Laurie.
So, she said that she sent Barbara’s photo to Laurie Peters and asked her to keep an eye out for Barbara. Alas, a photo of Barbara and Laurie P. showed up. "Two of my favorite DDDs connected in Denver, and they both look great".
"We all miss Barbara, but at least she has another Laurie DDD sister".
Cheers to farflung sisters in the coming new season of 2018-2019.
Past Events full of Fun
Summer Delta Days
May 15, Tues. - 11:30 - Lunched at Dry Dock Waterfront Grill followed by Save Our Seabirds tour. We lunched at Dry Dock, on Longboat Key at the Boathouse Marina.
June 7, Thurs, 1:00.- Visited Selby Gardens: Warhol exhibit.
July 29 - Sun. 2:00 Asolo Rep play: "What the Butler Saw".
Tridelta Hurricane News
Tri Deltas are passionate about serving others and founded to be “kind alike to all.”
The Tri Delta Foundation is devoted to assisting our members in every possible way. Collegiate and alumnae members may be eligible for emergency financial assistance through Crescent Fund grants – please consider making a gift to the Crescent fund today.
In efforts to assist those who have been affected by Hurricane Harvey & Irma, we have compiled the resources below:
Red Cross 1-800-RED-CROSS
We also encourage any sister who may be seeking support or relief to join our Facebook Group. It is our hope to be there for our sisters in need. Please feel free to pass along pertinent information to any Tri-Deltas who may not have immediate access to these resources. #
FOUNDER'S DAY 2016- (past year)
Karen Hughes White, executive director of Delta Delta Delta Fraternity, was the guest speaker at the annual Delta Delta Delta Sarasota Alumnae Chapter Founder's Day luncheon held on Nov. 21, at University Park Country Club.
Before joining Tri Delta executive office in Arlington, TX, White served as senior vice president of strategic partnerships for ALSAC/St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, Delta Delta Delta's national philanthropy. Since 1999, Tri Delta Fraternity has raised more than $31 million for St. Jude, and has a $60 million 10-year fundraising commitment. See photo of a few Tridelts in theTrident - Fall 2016.