The Epsilon Pi chapter of Alpha Delta Pi (ADPi) sorority will host its inaugural Princesses, Princes, & Pis Royal Balls philanthropy event Saturday, March 5, 10 a.m. to noon and 2-4 p.m. Both royal balls will be held at the ADPi house. The event is open to children and parents in the community.

The Royal Balls will feature will feature the most beloved princesses, meeting Fairy Godmother, crafts, treats and a royal dance party at the Alpha Delta Pi House on campus. Please dress in your Royal Best.

Tickets are $35 which includes one parent and one child, and can be purchased at https://adpi.crowdchange.co/23331

The event will benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities and the Alpha Delta Pi foundation.

Sydney Lawson, ADPis’ Director of Philanthropy says “I am looking forward to Princesses, Princes, and Pis because I cannot wait to see our chapter connect with the community of Bulloch County. One of my goals coming into this position was to build a bridge between our philanthropy, RMHC, and Statesboro locals. I know I would have loved this event as a kid and I cannot think of a better, more magical way to achieve that goal!” All princesses and princes around the community are invited to attend!

Parents who may be interested in purchasing tickets for multiple children can do so, the prices are as followed: $70 includes one parent and two kids, and $100 includes one parent and three kids.

ADPis’ chapter advisor is Jennifer Lewis and their philanthropy advisor is Mia Sellers. For more information or questions about the event please email Sydney Lawson, Director of Philanthropy, at Philanthropy.adpi.gsu@gmail.com

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