04 Jun

APT’s Next Meeting is July 11

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Dear Alumnae Panhellenic of Tallahassee members and community,

After our May meeting, the membership voted and approved via email a revised set of bylaws that sets forth a structure for our organization consistent with NPC policy guidelines. We will have one voting delegate per NPC member organization, and the option for one non-voting alternate delegate (which is recommended). All local chapters of NPC organizations should identify their delegate and alternate delegates as soon as possible. The selected delegates should submit their contact information to Alumnae Panhellenic of Tallahassee as soon as possible by emailing Anna Drake, APT Secretary.  If your organization does not have a local alumnae chapter and you would like to serve as a voice for your organization in our group, please identify yourself to Anna as the local contact and delegate. We would like to complete our list of delegates by the end of June, so please do not delay in submitting this information as soon as possible.

Alumnae Panhellenic of Tallahassee, Inc. has been through some growing pains since the pandemic, as have many other organizations. Let’s take the summer to reorganize and regroup. We will not meet in June but will come together for an in-person strategic planning session on Thursday, July 11 at Congregation Shomrei Torah. This will be the first official meeting of the 2024-25 fiscal year for the delegates and alternates. 

I look forward to serving with you as we embark on this journey to rejuvenate Alumnae Panhellenic of Tallahassee.

Yours in Panhellenic, 

Dalisha Herring


Planning Meeting Details

Our planning meeting will take place in the social hall of Congregation Shomrei Torah. Please do not bring outside food with you. If you’d like to bring a cold beverage in its original sealed container bottle water, soda, etc.), that is fine. Ice water will be provided on site.

Please RSVP

Date: July 11, 2024 at 6:30 PM

Location: 4858 Kerry Forest Pkwy

10 Apr

Celebration of Scholarship and Service Important Update

The April 16 Celebration of Scholarship and Service is being moved to Vino Beano located at 1309 Thomasville Road. Parking is behind the building, off 6th Avenue and the start time is still 5:30 PM.

Attendees will enjoy snacks and soft drinks; other beverages are available at individual attendee’s expense.

The silent auction will take place so please bring your auction items with you. There are several themed baskets coming, as well as some scrumptious baked goods.

Due to this change, we have temporarily reopened registration through Sunday, April 14.

2024 Scholarship Winners

On Wednesday, April 10, APT President Dr. Dalisha Herring attended the FSU Fraternity & Sorority Life Office Awards banquet and honored Kassidy Saba (Kappa Alpha Theta) and Isabella Bonenberger (Delta Zeta) with $750 scholarships. Congratulations to these outstanding young women.

From L-R: Kassidy Saba, Dalisha Herring, Isabella Bonenberger

APT Woman of the Year

During the Celebration on April 16, we will honor our APT Woman of the Year, Lisa Carey of Sigma Sigma Sigma. APT has made a donation in Lisa’s honor to the Tri-Sigma Foundation.

Join us in congratulating this outstanding Panhellenic woman!

About Lisa

Lisa Carey, Sigma Sigma Sigma

Realtor Lisa Carey has successfully served Tallahassee and the surrounding area since 2004. She is an annual multi-million dollar producer and the recipient of numerous local, national and international awards for her outstanding sales production and exceptional customer service. She loves the real estate industry & it shows – Lisa consistently ranks in the top 5% of Tallahassee agents and holds multiple advanced real estate designations.

A graduate of Florida State University, Lisa is a long-time resident of Tallahassee with deep roots in Florida. She is an active community volunteer with the Tallahassee Trust for Historic Preservation, the Junior League of Tallahassee, Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority, the Alumnae Panhellenic of Tallahassee, the Tallahassee Historical Society, Daughters of the American Revolution, and 100+ Women Who Care. Lisa has held numerous leadership positions in her many volunteer organizations.  She is the first to volunteer and has mentored many individuals, professionally and through her community work.

When she’s not selling real estate, Lisa enjoys reading, genealogy research, cooking, and spending time with her husband, sons, and dog.