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Phi Sigma Sigma hosts Easter activities for all ages

Phi Sigma Sigma presents their 14th annual Easter Egg Hunt Saturday, March 23rd from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the California State University, Stanislaus quad.
Phi Sigma Sigma is a non-profit organization that raises money for the Phi Sigma Sigma Foundation. All proceeds made from sponsors, donations and food sales at the Easter Egg Hunt will go to the National Kidney Foundation.
“This event is a wonderful way for the community to form a positive association with the CSU Stanislaus campus,” Cassandra Landrum, Philanthropy Chair for Phi Sigma Sigma said.
Organization members strongly encourage the community to attend.
“It’s a great way to enjoy the holiday with your family and to come together with the community,” Sydney Riley (sophomore, Biology) said.
“It is also a great way to spend a Saturday with your kids, the egg hunt is free and all proceeds go to a great cause.”
The event features carnival games, an Easter egg hunt, face painting, fun activities, cotton candy, pictures with the Easter Bunny and more!
“I’ve been attending the event for three years now and I love face painting the little young’uns,” Allysha Davis (Graduate Student) said. “Not to mention I like to see them excitedly run around collecting eggs.”
All students are welcome to attend as well as to enjoy all the activities and games.
The egg hunt itself will take place at noon for children ages 2-12,  so don’t forget to bring your Easter baskets!
“Parents should bring their kids because it’s fun and free!” Dayna Azevedo (senior, Communication Studies) said.
Other Greek organizations such as Kappa Sigma and Tau Kappa Epsilon will also be present at this event. Kappa Sigma has voluntarily barbequed over the years for the Easter Egg Hunt and, this year, Tau Kappa Epsilon has volunteered to help run a carnival game.
Phi Sigma Sigma will also have their traditional fundraiser event “Pie a Phi.” Any person can select a sorority girl, donate money and throw a whipped cream pie at their faces.
Landrum also encourages everyone to come and “show warrior pride along with having a great time with their families.”
“I love the idea of the egg hunt and being able to give back to the community,” Carmelita Casillas (junior, Social Science) said. “I’m excited to see how enthusiastic the kids get.”

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Phi Sigma Sigma hosts Easter activities for all ages