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Delta Theta Tau presents annual Home Tour

Monday, November 15, 2010

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Ivy Tech Community College, located at 915 Zinc Mill Road, is one of seven participating locations in the 28th annual Holiday Home Tour presented by the Theta chapter of Delta Theta Tau sorority that will take place Saturday. Tour hours are 1 to 5 p.m. and admission is $8 per person. Tickets are available at Eitel's Flowers and Gifts, Treasures on the Square, Amber Hill Florists, Almost Home, Curves and from any sorority member. Banner Graphic/AMANDA JUNK
GREENCASTLE -- The 28th annual Holiday Home Tour, presented by the Theta chapter of Delta Theta Tau sorority, will be on Saturday.

Tour hours are 1 to 5 p.m. and admission is still $8 per person. Tickets are available at Eitel's Flowers and Gifts, Treasures on the Square, Amber Hill Florists, Almost Home restaurant, Curves and from any sorority member.

The homes featured this year are: Robert and Carol Steele, 60 Ash Road (Oak Ridge Estates), just north of Greencastle; Darrell and Lucy Detro, 1003 Barrington Drive, just south of Greencastle; and the following all located in Greencastle: Paul and Margaret Champion, 311 W. Walnut St.; Susan Brucks, 109 W. Poplar St.; Ken and Jackie Eitel, 941 Evensview; and Delta Tau Delta fraternity, 1 Taylor Place, on the DePauw University campus.

Also, Ivy Tech Community College at 915 Zinc Mill Road will be decked out for the holidays, and staff will be conducting tours of their new educational facility, including modern library, classrooms and laboratories.

You won't want to miss the Delt Holiday Boutique at Ivy Tech where you may purchase delicious homemade goodies to enjoy later as well as raffle tickets for the holiday wreaths and centerpieces. Raffle tickets will be sold only at Ivy Tech for $1 each or six for $5.

Drawings will be held at 5 p.m., and you need not be present to win. Take a moment to rest and relax with friends while you also enjoy complimentary cookies, coffee and punch.

The homes are all beautifully decorated for the holidays, so be sure to get your ticket and enjoy the period decorations, unique architectural features, multiple trees, holiday collections and personal artwork that await you.

Proceeds from the Holiday Home Tour are used exclusively to support the Delta Theta Tau Scholarship Fund and philanthropy donations to Putnam County programs such as the Summer Enrichment Program, Johnson-Nichols Health Clinic, the Giving Tree, the Smoke House, Mary Allison Children's Fund and the Reality Store.



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