The Reunion has ended and an AMAZING time was had by all!!! Below is a slideshow of pictures from our wonderfully well attended luncheon. So well attended in fact, it now ranks as the highest attended non-college sponsored event in Oswego Reunion history!! We truly did paint the town purple!! If you have other photos from Reunion you would like to share here and on our Facebook site, please send them to Email photos to firstname.lastname@example.org Also, if you can name files with the year (and possible description) that would be so helpful! For photos that are not digitized email Caryn Scherer F’88.
It's never too late to clean out the attic, clear out the basement and donate pledge books, composites and other sorority mementos to the ADHAA for safekeeping and viewing by future generations of sisters. E-mail Monica Skibickyj S’86 for information on where/how to send your treasures.
Upcoming ADH Events:
July 21st - ADH store reopens for t-shirts, sweatshirts and jewelry
August 24th - Deadline to order ADH t-shirts & sweatshirts (no deadline on jewelry)
September 8th - "Around The World" themed Rush Party
September 12th - "Around The World" Challenge and St. Baldrick's Fundraising events in Oswego to benefit Childhood Cancer
September 17th - Second Rush Party
Fall 2015 - Annual Greek Soc Event in NYC (date TBD)
"Raise Your Hand"
Volunteering can be really gratifying, especially if it's for ADH! As we begin the 4th year of the ADHAA Mentorship Program we hope that you will "raise your hand" to mentor an ADH sister or to be a mentee!
Questions? Email Terri Lehtonen Morgan.
The goal of our program is to provide ADH sisters entering or new to the workforce, with the opportunity to obtain information and advice to start their careers, enhance their education, and build their own networks through our extensive network of sisters. The program is open to newly graduated ADH sisters and those who have graduated within the past 5 years.
The ADHAA Mentorship Program has been recognized as the gold standard at Oswego and this past June was featured in the Lake E-ffect Online Newsletter.
If you're interested in participating as a mentor (or mentee) please visit our mentorship site where you will find a streamlined and organized way to get involved in the program. Mentor/mentee relationships will be selected based on responses in the profile form. Every effort will be made to match mentees with a mentor in their chosen career or area of interest.