Tri Sigma Founders Day

The sorority Sigma Sigma Sigma (∑∑∑) was founded on April 20, 1898, at Longwood College in Farmville, Virginia. The main goal of Tri Sigma is to prepare women for life after college by advocating bonds of friendship, developing strong character in its members, and advocating the highest standards of conduct. Currently, there are over 100,000 members at over 200 college campuses and alumnae chapters. Tri Sigma supports play therapy for hospitalized children and assists in providing playrooms for patients as well in Chapel Hill, NC, Denver, CO, and Dallas, TX through funds contributed to the Sigma Sigma Sigma Foundation.

Members of the Alpha Gamma chapter of Tri Sigma, a National Panhellenic Conference Sorority at Fort Hays State University, will hold a luncheon at the Smoky Hill Country Club to celebrate the Sorority’s 119th anniversary. The event will be held on April 22, 2017, beginning at 12:30 pm with the luncheon followed by the annual Founders Day Program.
Founders Day Program Chairman, Jessica Linenberger, is taking reservations at All area Tri Sigma collegians and alumnae are encouraged to attend. If you would also like to learn more about Tri Sigma, visit their website at

For TMN, I’m Tristan Sasse.

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