Phi Alpha Theta Sponsors Its Sixth Annual Franco-American Confection and Bake Sale
Mar 17, 2010
The Delta-Psi Chapter of Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society held its Sixth Annual Franco-American Confection and Bake Sale on March 17, 2010. Sale items included freshly baked croissants, Madeleine tea cakes, dark chocolate mini cakes, freshly baked cinnamon rolls, snickerdoodles, oatmeal chocolate chip cookies, sugar cookies with icing, oatmeal raisin cookies, peanut butter fudge, chocolate truffles, and a special cookie based on a secret family recipe. The sale started outside of Barefoots Joe at 8:30 a.m., continued in the chapel foyer following Union’s chapel service, and ended by the Lexington Inn. Since the sale was held on St. Patrick’s Day, some of the sale items were decorated in green. The significance of March 17 was also evident some of the bake sale signs and attire of some of the student participants.
Phi Alpha Theta members (left to right) Lauren Bogdan, Shelby Johnson, and Noah Arnold await the beginning of the Delta-Psi Chapter’s sale near Barefoots Joe on March 17.
Bake sale helpers (left to right) Caitlin Roach, Savannah German, and Elaura Highfield wait on student Kristin Tisdale in the chapel foyer following Union’s March 17 chapel service.
Student bake sale workers (starting in the center of photo, going left to right) Noah Arnold, Caitlin Roach, Savannah German, and Elaura Highfield serve students at the Phi Alpha Theta bake sale in the chapel foyer.
Dean of the School of Christian Studies Dr. Greg Thornbury (in the center of the photo) makes purchase selections at the Phi Alpha Theta bake sale on March 17, 2010. Noah Arnold (left), Savannah German (middle of photo), and Elaura Highfield (with red T-shirt) help out at the event.
Katelyn O’Roark and Cameron White smile toward the end of the Phi Alpha Theta sale on March 17. The sale concluded at a location by Union’s Lexington Inn.