In honor of all of the Veterans and current Armed Forces, our November service project was writing letters to soldiers. At the Middle School Leadership Conference, students helped us to write letters, some of which can be found above. We thank you for supporting the Armed Forces, and our service project this month.
If you’re interested in downloading a Delaware TSA thank-you card to send to them, feel free to download our template.
Use the following documents in order to start planning for the 2012 State Conference. Use them as ‘draft copies’ until final registration information is sent in January 2012. Any questions can be directed to Mike Fitzgerald or Hilda Davis.
January 26 Update: Check out the 2012 State Conference Page for the latest State Conference information.
The Delaware TSA State Officer Team, along with Mr. Singer, Mr. Bogdziewicz and several members in the state joined together on Sunday for the Wilmington Making Strides Against Breast Cancer event. Together, the event raised over $300,000 and will surely make a difference in the lives of many.
The State Officers cannot wait to see everyone at the Leadership Conference next week, and we hope you join us in donating charity links. More information can be found here.
Thank you for your support of the community!
October 23rd at 10 AM is the annual “Making Strides” cancer walk in Wilmington’s Rodney Square. We encourage all chapter members to participate with the state officer team on this day to help a good cause. Help Delaware TSA reach our donation goal by donating here. The state officers along with Concord High School, Caesar Rodney High School, and Mount Pleasant High School have already made plans to attend, and it’s not too late for you and your chapter to attend! If you’re interested, please see our link above to donate to ACS and contact Jen Marshall for specific information on where to meet up.
Andrew Jackson, a member of Caesar Rodney High School went with the State Officers to Coastal Cleanup in September.
Below is an excerpt of his experience:
It was a great way to have fun doing something with old and new friends while helping out with a great cause. It was just such a great experience and I’d be happy to help again. For some moments I also felt like part of the State Officers! Everyone was nice and I’m happy to have spent a day with them all.
All donations go to the American Cancer Society. We hope to see many of you at the walk!
National TSA releases an online newsletter three times a year. The Fall Edition is now posted and available by clicking on the image above. It discusses everything from STEM to the upcoming National TSA Conference in Nashville, TN. Be sure to check it out!