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Florida Chapter Pledge Class Concessions

Florida Chapter Pledge Class Concessions

This Sunday the new Alpha Zeta pledges ran a concessions stand for Florida’s baseball team against Tennessee. Ten pledges volunteered which upgraded us to a bigger stand that typically sells more food and brings in more money. When the crowd wasn’t there, it was nice to socialize and bond with the brothers. It was also a great way for us to communicate by passing along orders and working together. Overall, we made quite a bit of money from our stand just with 10% back from sales and had a great time doing it. The baseball team won too! - Carson Cooper, PC Fundraising Chair
Monday, March 16, 2015/Author: Angely Jimenez/Number of views (718)/Comments (0)/
Florida Chapter Pledge Fundraiser Yogurtology

Florida Chapter Pledge Fundraiser Yogurtology

This past Saturday the new Alpha Zeta pledge class held a restaurant fundraiser at a local frozen yogurt vendor called Yogurtology. It was a great way for the pledge class to kick off fundraising because we got to eat super yummy fro-yo. If you went with brothers, it was nice to socialize while helping out our organization and if you went with non-AZ friends it was a great way to get them involved in supporting AZ! It was super easy to set up too—just try emailing local business to see if they’ll give you a percentage of their sales for one night. - Carson Cooper, PC Fundraising Chair
Monday, March 16, 2015/Author: Angely Jimenez/Number of views (690)/Comments (0)/
Alpha Zeta Puerto Rico Coffee Fair

Alpha Zeta Puerto Rico Coffee Fair

Our Agricultural Sciences Department held a coffee fair, to promote everything about coffee. We had a small table where we sold muffins, cookies, danishes and oriented people about coffee. We had a lot of fun during the whole activity especially being so close to christmas where in Puerto Rico we basically start celebrating on November 1st and who doesn't love coffee. It was a great atmosphere there was music, dancing and great friends.
Saturday, December 20, 2014/Author: Ezequiel Montatez Rivera/Number of views (638)/Comments (0)/
Saturday, December 20, 2014/Author: Ezequiel Montatez Rivera/Number of views (589)/Comments (0)/

Cook Chapter- Monster Mash

Originally Posted by Bryan D. Ryder

The annual Monster Mash was held at Rutgers University on October 24, 2014. This event creates a safe place for the children of the New Brunswick community to have some Halloween fun and get some candy. Many different organizations of the Rutgers community volunteer to run a table. The brothers of the Alpha Zeta Cook Chapter ran a table with a fun Halloween-themed game the kids could play to get candy. The children were able to try to throw a plastic spider so it would stick into a spider web decoration. They had so much fun playing the game, and some even came back to play again! It was an enjoyable event for all and the brothers were glad they could help the New Brunswick community.
Wednesday, November 12, 2014/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (525)/Comments (0)/

Cook Chapter- Haunted Bamboo

Originally Posted by Bryan D. Ryder

The Haunted Bamboo Forest was a philanthropy event held at the Rutgers Gardens, where the Cook Chapter set up a haunted walk for the children through the bamboo forest. While the entire night was free, we were collecting donations for the preservation of the Rutgers Gardens. Furthermore, our event coincided with the weekly farmer’s market at the Rutgers Gardens, where people could come to the gardens to purchase fresh produce from local farmers and small businesses. Overall, the event was designed to promote awareness of a place that has contributed so much to the promotion of agriculture at Rutgers University, while providing local children a fun Halloween experience. Afterwards, the children and their families were encouraged to return to Cook Campus for the annual Monster Mash.
Wednesday, November 12, 2014/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (546)/Comments (0)/
Cook Chapter- New Member Project

Cook Chapter- New Member Project

Originally Posted by Bryan D. Ryder

On October 12, 2014, the Cook Chapter of Alpha Zeta held its New Member Project, a service project held every pledge semester to help the community while promoting brotherhood bonding with the new members. It was held at Rutgers Gardens, the philanthropy project of the chapter. Together the brothers and new members helped clean up the bamboo forest. It gave the chance for the new members to experience a big part of what the Cook Chapter’s commitment to service and fellowship.
Wednesday, November 12, 2014/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (639)/Comments (0)/
Puerto Rico Chapter Rambutan Sell for Fundraising

Puerto Rico Chapter Rambutan Sell for Fundraising

Originally Posted By Jaileen Rivera Montes De Oca

The purpouse of the rambutan collection was to sell them at college to gain funds for Alpha Zeta. On Monday 20th of October, we sold rambutans at the prices of $4.00 a pack of 20 units, and $0.25 the lone unit.  Though we started out in the Piñero building, we sent a few packs to the Student Center, to try out our luck. As it happens, it was a total success. Many people tasted the fruit for their very first time, admitting that they didn’t even know the exotic fruit existed and comparing it ...
Tuesday, October 28, 2014/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (493)/Comments (0)/
Florida Chapter Pledge Fundraising Concessions

Florida Chapter Pledge Fundraising Concessions

Originally Posted By Angely S. Jimenez

  The Pledge Class had their first fundraising event this past weekend. Each pledge is required to complete 5 hours of fundraising. They volunteered at a concession stand for the University of Florida's Lacrosse Tournament. They prepared and sold hot dogs, popcorn, pretzels, hamburgers, drinks, etc. The shift was from 9am until 5pm, and even though it was long, they split it up into two four hour shifts so each pledge had an opportunity to volunteer. Ji Lee, the Pledge Class fundraising ...
Friday, October 24, 2014/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (473)/Comments (0)/
Puerto Rico Chapter Deep Fried Fundraiser

Puerto Rico Chapter Deep Fried Fundraiser

Originally Posted By Ezequiel MontaƱez Rivera

On September 24 we had our second fundraiser of the semester in our Agricultural Sciences building from 8:30am to 2:00pm. We were experimenting with this type of sale because our Chapter had never done it before and we didn't know if it was going to be successful, so we didn't want to buy to much product and then be unable to sell it. The sale was successful we made a total of $100, since we sold everything next time we know that there will be more demand.
Wednesday, October 15, 2014/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (735)/Comments (0)/
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