|Alpha Delta Pi - Lambda|
Alpha Delta Pi was founded nationally at Wesleyan Female College in 1851 by Eugenia Tucker Fitzgeral, Octavia Andrew Rush, Ella Pierce Turner, Elizabeth Williams Mitchell, Sophronia Woodruff Dews, Mary Evans Glass. Originally named the Adelphean Society, ADPi is the first secret society for women. Our motto is "we live for each other", our symbol is the diamond, our flower is the woodland violet, and our mascot is Alphie the Lion. Ronald McDonald House Charities has been the official philanthropy of ADPi since 1979.
Lambda Chapter was founded at Brenau Women's College April 18, 1910 making us the oldest chapter on Brenau’s campus. Besides our long and rich history, Lambda Chapter of Alpha Delta Pi has a number of landmarks we are proud of. Our members hold numerous campus leadership positions, play college sports, and excel in the classroom. Lambda has also been recognized for Outstanding Philanthropic Efforts for two consecutive years by the Brenau University Greek Council.
Philanthropy is an important value to the women of Lambda Chapter. Each year we make visits to local Ronald McDonald Houses, collect thousands of pop tabs, and host fundraising events. Past events have included I Spy an ADPi, Accessorize with ADPi and the ADPi Teeter-Totter-Athon.
For more information about Alpha Delta Pi, visit www.alphadeltapi.org
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