Sorority sells midnight snacks for charity


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Plymouth junior Faith Goodwin poses on Mar. 18. in the Bovee University Center.


Sigma Sigma Sigma will be passing out treats to students craving a midnight snack on March 23 at the sorority’s house at 430 S. Main St.

From 10 p.m. March 23 to 2 a.m. March 24, members will serve dinosaur chicken nuggets, desserts, walking tacos and lemonade as part of the sorority’s spring fundraiser “Fourthmeal.” Proceeds will go to the Tri Sigma Foundation. 

Plymouth junior Faith Goodwin, president of Sigma Sigma Sigma, said the Tri Sigma Foundation has three beneficiaries:

·       Sigma Serves Children, which donates to children’s hospitals in Michigan and helps improve early education.

·       The Robbie Page Memorial Fund, which funds research striving to eradicate polio.

·       The March of Dimes which has the goal to end premature and stillborn births.

"Fourthmeal is our biggest event," Goodwin said. The late night food fundraiser is also the philanthropy event Sigma Sigma Sigma is known for, she said.  

Tickets are $4 dollars if purchased from a sister before the event and $5 at the door.  Members will wear their letters and carry tickets around campus in the days leading up to the fundraiser, and encourage students to ask them for tickets.



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