What does it mean to be Kappa Sigma’s Sweetheart?
It means being able to connect with our members both on an individual and chapter level. It means becoming a part of the chapter and getting to wear our letters. It means sharing our values and serving as the female face of our fraternity on campus and in the community. Delaney McCarrey, from the Lambda-Eta chapter of Alpha Omicron Pi at Grand Valley, has gone above and beyond the expectations set for her as our chapter’s Sweetheart this past year.
Just in case we don’t tell you enough, Delaney, here’s 5 reasons why we love you so much:
1. You offer us endless support.
Whether it’s at the chapter level with philanthropy events, fundraising events and intramural games, or at the individual level with each of our brothers, your continued support throughout this past year has helped our chapter tremendously and we are so grateful for your contributions.
2. You have given us the opportunity to be more involved.
The creation of lifelong friendships is the primary benefit of being Greek. Because of your genuine, naturally friendly demeanor, you have been able to introduce us to a number of your sisters as well as many others in the Greek community at Grand Valley. You have played a significant role in expanding our social circles and establishing a presence on campus and it goes without saying that, as a result, our college experiences have improved immensely.
3. Food, food, and more food.
Need we say more?
4. You remind us how much we love being Greek.
Fellowship, being one of our Four Pillars, is one of the most important aspects to being a Kappa Sigma and is something we are always striving to increase. Seeing how much you care for both your organization and ours makes us care for each other, and you, that much more. Not only has this strengthened the bonds within our Chapter, it has had a profound impact on the overall well-being of our members as well.
5. You have changed our lives.
To have a girl like yourself represent Kappa Sigma on Grand Valley's campus is truly an honor and is something we will forever keep close to our hearts. You have become one of our biggest support systems, our sister, and most importantly, our best friend. To thank you for everything you have done and continue to do for us would be impossible because there are no words sufficient enough to express the respect and appreciation each of us have for you.