Kappa Delta Golf Tournament

For the second year in a row, the University of Lynchburg’s sorority Zeta Nu chapter of Kappa Delta will be hosting their annual golf tournament at Poplar Forest Golf Course on March 26th. 

This tournament is a very important to the sorority’s philanthropy, Prevent Child Abuse America as all of the proceeds will be going to supporting the organization. 

Kappa Delta’s Vice President of Events and Programing, Lauren Mills said, “Our golf tournament is the last day of our shamrock week. Shamrock week is a long-standing nationwide Kappa Delta event to fundraise for PCAA. Last year, Jenna Marshall hosted an amazing golf tournament, and I wanted to continue that!”

Prevent Child Abuse America is a nation wide organization whose mission is to, “prevent child abuse and neglect before it happens”. It is the nation’s oldest and largest organization of its kind and for the last 50 years, has helped many children. 

Anyone within or outside of the University of Lynchburg’s community is allowed to participate in the event. Participants are allowed two to four players per team for a single cost of $35 per team. Breakfast will be provided, and the first place team will win a prize valued over $200. 

To sign up for the event, contact Lauren Mills of the Kappa Delta sorority at Lynchburg. The sorority will accept cash, card or Venmo as a form of payment.

For more information or questions about the event, please contact Lauren Mills or any member of the Kappa Delta, Zeta Nu chapter Sorority. 

 Photo Via Kappa Delta Zeta Nu

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