Delta Gamma makes a Splash!  
  Anchor Splash, a competitive swim meet for sororities, fraternities, dorm sections, campus organizations and other groups, raises money for charitable purposes. Events range from the serious to the zany and include synchronized swimming, relay races and individual competition.  
  Soon other Delta Gamma chapters followed their lead and started their own traditions. Anchor Splash was on its way to becoming a major social event and one of the most successful sorority philanthropic fund-raisers in the country.  
  In 1936, Delta Gamma selected Aid to the Blind and Sight Conservation as an international project. Some chapters teach children who are blind to swim as part of Anchor Splash. Others invite persons who are visually impaired to be their special guests for the occasion.  
  In the '90s, more that 110 colleglate chapters present Anchor Splash. From this stellar event and other fund raisers, collegians have raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for the Delta Gamma Foundation philanthropies of Aid to the Blind and Sight Conservation; Scholarships, Fellowships and Loans; and educational programming.  
  Thank you to all of the fraternities and sororities that participated in the philanthropic event.  


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