Exciting news from one of our Tri Delta sisters! The TD Gallery at the Toronto Reference Library has a new exhibit entitled, “Plum Blossom from the Bitter Cold,” and it includes photos of Tri Delta Arlene Chan and her late mother Tri Psi Jean Lumb.
Arlene wrote in 2018:
“When Toronto Public Library announced in late 2016 that it was to establish the Chinese Canadian Archive to capture and record the rich heritage of the Chinese community, I was ecstatic. . . The connections to our past are fast fading with the loss of our elders, precious memories and personal memorabilia.”
Go! See! There’s a reading list and drop-in guided tours. Plum Blossom from the Bitter Cold runs until October 27th.
Psi Psi Psi awards $1,000 scholarships to collegiate members of Delta Delta Delta who are entering their third year.
The deadline for applications for the Tri Psi Scholarship is March 5, 2009. Please note that there can only be one applicant per chapter, and each application must be accompanied by a letter from the Alum Adviser. The international Delta Delta Delta website has the application form and further information on the Tri Psi scholarship. We hope that Toronto third-year collegians will seriously consider this useful scholarship, and I look forward to hearing from one of you.
Tri Psi Love
Chair, Psi Psi Psi Scholarship Committee
The Toronto chapter of Psi Psi Psi is hosting the sorority’s International Convention this year in Ottawa, Ontario at the Lord Elgin Hotel.
From Thursday, October 16th to Sunday October 19th, our mothers from across the United States and Canada, along with their husbands and Tri Delta daughters, will be flocking to their sorority’s 85th Convention and celebrating Tri Psi Toronto’s 75th anniversary. It’s sure to be a lot of fun and frolic, as it always is.
Toronto Tri Psi is inviting us to attend their full convention over the weekend or the main Banquet Saturday night. Full details can be found on their Tri Psi page.