Kappa Kisses

By Christina Oddo

Writer

Kappa Kappa Gamma Fraternity sold Kappa Kisses in the ELC Mall Feb. 8th – 10th from 11-1 p.m. and 5-7 p.m. Kappa sold one bunch of chocolate kisses for two dollars or three bunches of kisses for five dollars. It was a fun, easy way for students to send their love to a friend or significant other.
“Kappa Kisses was a huge success and is a philanthropic event that is done annually by Kappa chapters all across the country,” Liz Fennell ’13, president of Kappa Kappa Gamma said. “We are donating to ‘Bike the US for MS’ who organizes cross country bike trips that raise awareness for Multiple Sclerosis research while volunteering for patients along the way. We chose this philanthropy because one of our Kappa sisters, Kaitlyn Smith and her boyfriend Mike Anderson (also from Bucknell) are participating in it this summer in honor of Mike’s father who was diagnosed with MS in 1996. We wish them the best of luck on their journey and look forward to more successful philanthropy events in the future!”
The event raised nearly $500 for the charity.
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