29th Delta Theta Tau Holiday Home Tour set for Nov. 19

Monday, October 31, 2011

The 29th annual Holiday Home Tour, presented by Theta Chapter of Delta Theta Tau sorority, is scheduled for 1-5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 19.

Admission is still only $8 per person and tickets are available at Eitel's Flowers and Gifts, Treasures on the Square, Ambler-Hill Florists, Almost Home and Curves.

Tickets will also be available at the Delta Theta Tau booth at the Arts and Craft Fair (Nov. 4-5 at the Putnam County Fairgrounds) along with cheese balls, homemade turtles, and raffle tickets for decorated holiday wreaths (to be given away at the end of the Home Tour).

The homes on this year's tour are: Michael and Georgeann Caine, 105 Hilltop Lane (Edgelea), Dave and Sandi Albright, 1908 Windemere Drive (Edgelea), Jamie and Amy France, 203 Northwood Blvd. (in the historic Northwood Addition), Kathryn Sanders, 111 S. Spring St. (Spring Tree Square Condominiums in the old high school/junior high building), and Brian and Jamie Downen, 2921 E. CR 275 South, Greencastle.

Also featured this year is the Prindle Institute for Ethics in the DePauw Nature Park at 2961 W. CR 225 South, Greencastle.

There is limited parking at the Institute but you may park at the 911/emergency dispatch center on County Road 225 South before reaching Prindle. Delta Theta Tau and Rural Transit will provide free shuttle service from there to the institute and also from the lower parking area inside the Nature Park up to the building's entrance.

Guided tours of the award-winning Prindle facility will be offered and you may relax in the beautiful, natural setting and enjoy complimentary cookies, punch and coffee. The holiday wreaths will be on display and raffle tickets will be available (you need not be present to win) along with homemade turtles.

Interested persons may take advantage of discounts offered by several Greencastle merchants and restaurants by presenting your Home Tour ticket at time of purchase (see back of ticket for complete listing). All discounts are valid the day of the Home Tour and many are valid beyond that date.

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, Mary Allison Children's Trust and the Reality Store.

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