Toledo Area Alumnae Panhellenic Council
We, the fraternity alumnae members, stand for active, sympathetic interest in the life of our undergraduate sisters, for the loyal support of our Alma Maters, for the encouragement of high scholarship, for the maintenance of healthful physical conditions in chapters and dormitories, and using our influence to further the best standards for the education of the young women of America.
InFebruary 2006, TAAP hosted its 11th annual Heart to Heart Reception to bring together women fraternity members from the campuses of University of Toledo and Bowling Green State University, as well as local alumnae chapters. In celebration of the unity of our sisterhoods, a concerted effort was made to raise funds for TAAP’s annual philanthropy, this year being the Catharine S. Eberly Center for Women. Reception attendees generously donated a grand total of $751.20 and are recognized with the addition of three bricks to the Legacy Courtyard outside the Center for Women at the University of Toledo.
TAAP would like to recognize the instrumental influence of all Panhellenic women, and especially those of the 2005-2006 Executive Board and its alternates: Kris Montgomery, Randee Vierk, Amy Fell, Kelly Chryst, Clare Gorski, Karen Baker, Jennifer Sauber, Debbie Conway, Lisa McGowan, Deanna Bobak, Beth Sheets, Jen Hildebrand, Cher Johnson, Barbara Binkley, Aggie Drury, Gretchen Smith, Marilyn Black, Angela Rollins, Barb Kormanyos, Susan Harms and Amy Vanderdonck.