Alpha Gamma Delta -Epsilon Chapter

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We are the Epsilon Chapter of Alpha Gamma Delta.
Located at the University of Kentucky in Lexington.
We encourage you to get to know more about
Alpha Gam!

Bid Day 2009

What is an Alpha Gam?

Between the innocence of girlhood and leading to the wisdom of maturity, we find that amazing young woman known as an Alpha Gam. An Alpha Gam may be short or tall, big or small, blonde, brunette, or redhead, with a variety of talents, attributes, and personality traits; yet all are joined together in the meaning of sisterhood.

Alpha Gams are found in tennis shoes and loafers, bathing suits and formals, in campus offices and community service, wearing an apron or a crown, behind a trophy or in a kitchen, but always with a "special charm" about her.

She's a little bit of a devil, a large chunk of an angel, she's a party girl, a heartbreaker and a true love, a class clown, a fraternity sweetheart and a student body president; but most of all, she's an Alpha Gam.

You can count on her to bake a dozen cookies or feed a hundred people, run a car wash or preside over Panhellenic.

She can soothe a crying baby, yet knock an All-American fullback off his feet.

She can study harder, play longer, sleep less, think deeper, yet always keep that "special" way about her.

The crowds admire her, little girls idolize her, classmates respect her, and men love her.

She can take criticism with understanding, praise with humility, and disappointment with a smile.

She's loyal, sincere, truthful and kind, a follower and a leader.

No one but an Alpha Gam can wear a pearl pin so proudly nor so truly know the meaning of a buff or crimson rose. An Alpha Gam has the world and its treasures, but she also has a special corner she shares with her sisters.

She knows that sisterhood is laughing and crying together, and it is far more than words can say.

She's everything and a little bit more she's yours, she's mine she's an Alpha Gam girl!

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