Blue Ash, OH, September 13, 2017
On October 7, 2017 the Gamma Kappa members of Epsilon Sigma Alpha will host a high tea luncheon to support Easterseals Serving Greater Cincinnati. This is the second year that their high tea has been held to benefit their local Easterseals affiliate.
When explaining why they support Easterseals, they describe the way in which Easterseals “empowers people with disabilities and disadvantages to more fully live, learn and play in our communities. This includes are military and veterans, employment and training services, senior services…This organization is truly a valuable asset to the greater Cincinnati area.”
Epsilon Sigma Alpha (ESA) is a premiere leadership/service organization that offers members the programs, information and personal support needed to develop the confidence and competence to impact the world in a positive way. They have a long history of supporting a variety of organizations, including St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, Hope for Heroes, The Cure Starts Now, and Easterseals.
“Last year’s tea was so positive and uplifting,” recalls Danielle Gentry-Barth, Vice President of Development and Marketing for Easterseals Serving Greater Cincinnati. “We are honored to be once again chosen as a beneficiary by the Gamma Kappa members, and we look forward to many years of working together investing in Greater Cincinnati.”
The tea will take place at the Gazebo Tea Garden in Blue Ash. Doors will open at 11:30 with lunch served at 12:00. There will be door prizes, grab bags and raffle items. The donation for admission is $25 and $13 for children. Please RSVP by October 1, 2017 by calling 513-683-8589.