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It’s easy to get your pin fixed or order a new one. Simply follow the link below and step through the process. Keep in mind that it could take 6 weeks so if you’re getting it fixed or ordering a new one for our anniversary, be sure to order soon!
Dear Sister, The Hopeful Theatre project began as a dream in the fall of 2018. We opened our first showcase, “Two Acts of Love”, February 16, 2019 to benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities. We were overwhelmed by the amount of support that we had to continue making this dream a reality. The Hopeful Theatre Project is now a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in the state of Texas founded on April 11, 2019. We have now produced 3 productions, raising over $7000 for local chapters of charities we believe in. The Hopeful Theatre Project’s goal is to bring love, hope, and aid to the community by utilizing local talent through the performing arts to benefit various charity organizations. This February, we are presenting our third showcase “That Thing Called Love,” once again benefiting Ronald McDonald House Charities. The showcase will be February 7th-9th at Theatre of North Texas.
The Hopeful Theatre Project is looking for some incredible individuals and organizations to join our team. A donation of any amount will help us with the upfront production costs required to make this event happen.
In addition to our sponsorship packages, we are looking for supporters who are willing to donate items that are needed for our production such as construction materials, meals for our cast, and printing services. We can also accept donations of any amount, or customize any of our sponsorship packages. Every dollar of ticket sales for any Hopeful production goes directly to the charity we are supporting; that is why we depend so heavily on sponsorships and donations. We would love for you to become a part of the Hopeful family. If you would like to join us in our mission and/or have any questions, please send me an email at email@example.com. I would love to chat with you more about who we are, what we do, and how you can help us make a difference. With Love, Jessica Cope (Alpha Class ’12) President / Producer The Hopeful Theatre Project firstname.lastname@example.org
P.S. You can read about Jessica’s work in the Fall 2019 Adelphean!
Registration for the 84th Alpha Delta Pi Texas State Convention is now open! We look forward to seeing you in Dallas the weekend of March 6-8, 2020. Please note that Friday, Feb. 14, 2020 is the last day to register at “Early Bird” pricing.
Convention registration must be received by Friday, Feb. 14, 2020. A detailed schedule of events will be made available in February 2020. You can find the online registration form here. Once you have completed the online form, click on the PayPal button to process your payment.
If you prefer, you may print out the registration form , complete the form and mail it, along with your check made payable to Dallas Alumnae Association of Alpha Delta Pi to:
Dallas Alumnae Association of Alpha Delta Pi Attention: Candy Flood PO Box 670731 Dallas, TX 75367
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Dallas – Campbell Centre 8250 N Central Expressway Dallas, Texas 75206
Please contact the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Dallas – Campbell Centre to make your hotel room reservations. The cost per night is $129 per room + taxes. There is no add-on charge for double occupancy. Please mention ADP as a reference code or Alpha Delta Pi when making your reservations to ensure that you are added to our room block. You may call the hotel at (214) 691-8700 or youcan make your hotel reservations online. The cut-off date for reserving rooms in the ADPi block is 5:00 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 14, 2020.
This year for recruitment week, Zeta Chi won’t be having a decorating committee like they have in the past. We need all hands on deck on the floor recruiting each day. We’re hoping that a handful of you would be willing and able to come into Waco for Formal Recruitment and help the recruitment team decorate. The nights that they would need your help are January 6th to the 11th. The first day of recruitment is the 7th and Bid Day is the 11th.
If you are available during these dates, please email our outgoing VP of Marketing, Sam Dietzler, and our incoming, Isabel Hamburger, at their email email@example.com. They’re super excited this year for Formal Recruitment but in order for it to be successful and smooth sailing, they need your help! Please email any questions to them.
Join the fun October 2-3, 2020 in WACO, TX where it all began!
DO NOT MISS THIS FUN SISTER WEEKEND in WACO!
Friday, – 6:00pm at the Baylor Club at McLane Stadium – Happy Hour hors d’oeuvres, cocktails and SISTERS! (registration required, cash bar)
Saturday, – We’re planning a full day of visits, ceremonies, dinners and more… stay tuned for all the details.
Day time details coming soon!
Evening Dinner and Catching Up with ADPi Sisters from All 40 years! We’ll be at the Lee Lockwood Library. It’s going to be a fun night!
We are rescheduling our weekend together!
We are living in a time when our motto means more… We live for each other! As we face a challenging time ahead, know that we are thinking about you and praying that you and your family are safe and healthy. As you may have guessed the pandemic affects our Zeta Chi April Celebration Weekend plans with 90 alumnae sisters registered and more committed to attending.
We are not canceling! We have paid money to vendors and it’s not possible for the ZX Alumnae Association to shoulder an entire cancellation of the event.
We are rescheduling for this fall, October 2-3, 2020.
(There’s no home football game. It might be Silobration weekend too… but that’s not public yet.) We are hoping to BE THE FIRST to reschedule a fun time away. If you cannot attend on the new dates, we will refund your registration on a case by case basis.
We know that you understand. We can’t wait to be together in a world where it’s okay to hug, throw diamonds and kick up our heels! Please be patient with us as the Saturday daytime events are being adjusted. So, it’s not gone, we just have to wait a little longer.
If we didn’t answer your question in our comments below, please reach out to us. Reach out anyway to just say ‘hello’ too!
What should you do If you were already registered for April?
Cancel your hotel room for the April date. We have contacted the Courtyard & Hilton Garden Inn – they canceled our group, but you need to individually cancel your reservation. For other lodging, contact them directly.
Reschedule your flights. For airline travel, we suspect you can change easily as well with this advanced notice and the global situation. There may even be some really great deals to travel this fall!
Book your new hotel room NOW (BE THE FIRST to get a room!We cannot stress this enough, as it might be Silobration weekend). We are working on other options, but here are three:
1700 South 2nd Condos on Speight (sleep 4 comfortably, 6 on the couch) https://1700south2nd.com/ We have stayed here many times, and it’s wonderful. They have 10 condos on campus, so let’s fill the whole complex. Find a group and share the cost, $170 per night. Email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, cell phone number, and the email address you’d like the invoice emailed to. Please reference the dates 10/2-10/4 and the Alpha Delta Pi Chapter Anniversary to get the 10% discount. ACT FAST! BE THE FIRST!
If you registered and cannot attend the new dates, please email us at email@example.com. Let us know you’re not available and have to cancel. We’ll be sad, but will be sure you get refunded as soon as possible.
Go through your boxes and closets to find ΑΔΠ photos and mementos. We will have decade tables to display goodies.
Scan or photo your pics and send them to include in the slide shows.
Save your pop tabs from all those quarantine snack cans (hit them with some sanitizer or boil them).
Reach out to those sisters you were planning on hugging and start the conversation now.
Call sisters that might not know about the event.
Help us find any lost sisters so they know we are still here.
Share any ideas that you have…now that we’re all thinking differently about what interactions look like!
What do you have to look forward to:
Visiting the lion in Cameron Park
Shopping in our very own ADPi pop-up shop from PicsNGifts (they’re donating 10% of profits to our philanthropy)
Meeting new sisters
A philanthropy project
Recharging your sister friend batteries
Look for a Zeta Chi virtual get together this spring… stay posted! The latest news always goes to Facebook groups first.
Thank you for your support and encouragement! Special thanks to the committee of 18 sisters who have been and will continue to work behind the scenes to make this event special for each of you. We leave you with the beautiful words shared by the active Baylor ADPi sisters on Tuesday. #wlfeo
Support C.A.M.P University, co-founded by one of our sisters. C.A.M.P. University provides opportunities for special needs young adults to continue developing life and social skills after high school and provides a respite for their families. C.A.M.P. University is a day habilitation program that is offered to High School Graduates with intellectual delays. C.A.M.P. stands for Can Achieve Maximum Potential and is based on the belief that special education graduates can and should continue staying active socially, mentally, and physically in order to reach their own maximum potential. Although not an actual University, C.A.M.P. does provide ways for members to challenge themselves and explore interests.
Support their efforts to build a drop-in center at SHE is FREEDOM, a non-profit co-founded by one of our sisters! They have found a location for their safe house! They need $50,000 to acquire it and open a drop-in center so they can begin helping survivors of domestic minor sex trafficking in Central Texas. Learn more about them at https://www.sheisfreedom.org/.
Help Produce More Hopeful Theatre
The Hopeful Theatre project began as a dream in the fall of 2018. We opened our first showcase, “Two Acts of Love”, February 16, 2019 to benefit The Ronald McDonald House Charities. We were so amazed by the amount of support that we had to continue making this dream a reality. The Hopeful Theatre Project is now a non-profit corporation in the state of Texas founded on April 11, 2019.
Become an AmazonSmile.com donor and support Ronald McDonald House of Temple, Texas every time you make an eligible purchase. Amazon donates 0.5% of the purchase price to Ronald McDonald House of Temple Texas. Use this link so all your eligible shopping will benefit Ronald McDonald House of Temple Texas: http://smile.amazon.com/ch/74-2345274
During our Week of Service we encourage our sisters to show support and send Ronald McDonald House Temple Texas some Pi Love! Order items from RMHC Temple’s Wish List through AmazonSmile Prime. If you’d like, you can add a gift message for items (if item allows) “Supporting Ronald McDonald House Temple! [Name], Baylor ADPi Alumna”, so they know ZX Alumnae are showering them with Pi Love! http://www.rmhc-temple.org/docs/wishlist.pdf