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Phi Sigma Sigma’s Annual Easter Egg Hunt to Make Long Awaited Return

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Graphic by Angela Gonzalez.

Phi Sigma Sigma is putting on their annual Easter Egg Hunt for the first time since 2019 due to COVID-19. The Easter Egg Hunt has been a huge success in the past for Phi Sigma Sigma, and the members are hoping for a good turnout this year. It is known to be the sorority’s biggest event of the year.
The event will be held on the lawn in front of Fitzpatrick Arena on Saturday, April 2 from 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. There will be plenty of stations offered for kids and families to enjoy that the members of Phi Sigma Sigma will be running.
The event is free for children and family members to find eggs and candy, but to play games at the stations, family members will have to pay for their child or children to play. There is a $15 discount for families if they want to have food at the event, which is accessible on the Easter Egg Hunt website. The discount ends on Friday, April 1 at 5 p.m.
“This event is super exciting for us because we haven’t had it in two years due to the pandemic. We are over the moon that we’re finally able to bring it back,” said Phi Sigma Sigma member Violeta Reyes ( junior, Business Administration).
The Theta Mu chapter of Phi Sigma Sigma is particularly looking forward to this event as it presents the Turlock community an opportunity to come out to support a great cause. Not to mention the members enjoy seeing all the smiling faces on the kids and their families that come out.
The chapter is also excited to bring any State State students, staff, faculty and alumni out to the event.
“I am personally looking forward to bringing a Turlock community together and seeing all the littles ones hunting eggs and having such a great time with our activities and games we have planned,” said Reyes.
The purpose of this event is to raise funds for the Kids in Need Foundation, the national philanthropy of the sorority. The Kids in Need Foundation is an organization that helps underprivileged families get resources for sending their children to school. This organization also supports teachers who teach underprivileged children.
The Kids in Need Foundation has partnered with Phi Sigma Sigma for more than five years. The members of the Theta Mu chapter of Phi Sigma Sigma at Stan State have made an impact on schools and teachers around this area, and they hope to keep doing that for many years to come.
“Our philanthropy means so much to our chapter because we strongly believe that under-resourced children and teachers deserve it all and more,” Reyes explained. “As students ourselves, we see the importance in education and how crucial it is to contribute and give back to our philanthropy.”
The Easter Egg Hunt is very important to Phi Sigma Sigma through their philanthropy dives deeper into the importance of children and education. This event has become an event for all members of the Theta Mu chapter to look forward to and be excited for throughout the entire school year.
Phi Sigma Sigma’s Theta Mu chapter cordially invites all to come out and have fun at their Easter Egg Hunt. Scan the QR code on the flyer or click the link above to find out where to park and about all the fun games that will be held at the event.

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Phi Sigma Sigma’s Annual Easter Egg Hunt to Make Long Awaited Return