Who Wants to be a MUllionare?
Theta Delta is proud to sponsor a brand new philanthropy event, "Who Wants to be a MUllionare?" This new interactive event is the ultimate battle of the brains, open to all of Spring Hill Student Organizations. This past year, members of Greek Life, Student Government, and Spring Hill's professors competed in multiple rounds of trivia. Not only did this event raise money for our local Children's Miracle Network Hospital, USA Children's and Women's Hospital, but the winning team was able to donate $200 to the philanthropy of their choosing. Huge thank you to all that came out and participated!
Phi Mu Mangeant
Each Fall, Theta Delta sponsors the Phi Mu Mangeant, a male beauty pageant for male students across Spring Hill's campus. Each participant competes in four different rounds: Formal Wear, Casual Wear, Talent, and Question & Answer. The Annual Phi Mu Mangeant was a huge success this year! All involved had a great time, and we were able to raise over $3,000 for our local Children's Miracle Network Hospital, USA Children's and Women's Hospital. We are thankful to all the Spring Hill men who participated, and we'd like to congratulate Alex Gesalman, who was named this year's Lion King. Major thanks are also in order to Dana Wilder and the Philanthropy Committee for working so hard to organize such a ph-abulous event!
Each winter around final exams time, Phi Mu partners with Sigma Chi Fraternity to host a dessert and coffee Christmas event, featuring Carpe Diem Coffee. Faculty, staff, and students are invited to take a break from studying and preparing finals to relax, enjoy some treats, and sing Christmas karaoke to get into the holiday spirit! Toy donations are received and Christmas cards are made during this event to send to our local Children's Miracle Network Hospital.
Kickballin' for Kids
Each Spring, Theta Delta sponsors Kickballin' for Kids, a kickball tournament with teams from Spring Hill. Each team consists of 8-10 players, raising money for Children's Miracle Network throughout the week. This past year, we had 12 teams competing in a very competitive single-elimination tournament. It was a fun afternoon of sno-cones, hotdogs, and face painting. This past year, Phi Mu's Kickballin' for Kids raised over $1,000! Big thanks to Kaschia Benjamin and her Philanthropy Committee for putting on this event!