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Florida Chapter Pledge Class Humane Society

Posted By Angely S. Jimenez, 14 hours ago

Pledges set out to complete their next service event on Thursday, October 23rd, at the Alachua County Humane Society. From 4:00pm-6:00pm, pledges helped the humane society out by working in their thrift shop. They then got to play with the cats in the cat ward and gave them the "playtime" and affection that each of the cats need.

-Maya Halay, Pledge Class Service Chair

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Tags:  Community Service  Florida Chapter  pledge class  Pledge Process  Pledge Service  University of Florida 

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Florida Chapter Pledge Class Jungle Friends

Posted By Angely S. Jimenez, 14 hours ago

On October 18th, 2014, the Pledge Class went to the Jungle Friends primate sanctuary for their third service event. Fully aware that they would have to wear close-toed shoes and keep hats and sunglasses away from the mischievous monkeys, pledges set out to do a number of odd jobs around the sanctuary.

From 10:00am to 2:00pm, they helped prepare afternoon meals, cleaned monkey enclosures, and did yard work around the area. Afterwards, pledges were rewarded with the privilege of getting to feed some of the monkeys their afternoon snacks.

-Maya Halaly, Pledge Class Service Chair

Tags:  Community Service  Florida Chapter  Pledge Process  Pledge Service  University of Florida 

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Florida Chapter Pledge Class Fall Festival

Posted By Angely S. Jimenez, 14 hours ago
Updated: 14 hours ago
The Pledge Class had their second service event on October 10th from 5:00-7:00pm. They went to Norton Elementary and helped work the annual Fall Festival that the school puts on. Pledges performed every position imaginable, from working the prize booth to running individual carnival games.  In the two hours that the pledges were at the festival, more than 200 students and families showed up to enjoy the festival and play the games.- Maya Halaly, Pledge Class Service Chair

Tags:  Community Service  Florida Chapter  Pledge Service  University of Florida 

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Florida Chapter Pledge Fundraising Concessions

Posted By Angely S. Jimenez, Thursday, October 23, 2014

  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 chair, said "it was a great opportunity to get to know each other better while working together." 

After the long days work, the pledge class raised about $40!

 


 

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Tags:  Concessions  Florida Chapter  Fundraising  University of Florida 

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Florida Chapter Tailgate

Posted By Bailey C. Gamage, Wednesday, October 22, 2014

 

On Saturday, September 13th, the Florida Chapter hosted a tailgate for the Florida versus Kentucky football game so brothers could hang out while sporting their orange and blue.  During the event, refreshments were provided so all the brothers had to do was show up and have a good time. The event lasted about two hours so brothers could go to their regular tailgating areas or visit with other friends before the big game.  Although the Gators lost, the brothers of AZ started the day off right with fellowship and fun!

Tags:  Fellowship  Florida Chapter  Gator Football  Socials 

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Florida Chapter Lake Wauburg Challenge Course

Posted By Bailey C. Gamage, Wednesday, October 22, 2014

 On Saturday, September 6th the Florida Chapter headed out to one of the hidden gems of the University of Florida: Lake Wauburg.  We participated in a four-hour team building challenge course to help us get to know each other and grow better relationships.  We were broken into two teams and worked through some great yet rigorous activities wherein we had to overcome everything from talking blind folded brothers through obstacles, to getting through a giant “spider web” without touching it.  After four hours of fighting off giant mosquitos we all came together to reflect on our favorite part of the day and what we learned, not only about our chapter as a team, but ourselves as well before retiring to some well deserved BBQ. We are so excited to hopefully go back during the spring semester to take on the high ropes course!

Tags:  Brotherhood  Florida Chapter  Member Development  University of Florida 

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Puerto Rico Chapter Community Service at the ZOO

Posted By Jaileen Rivera Montes De Oca, Tuesday, October 21, 2014
Updated: Tuesday, October 21, 2014

The Zoológico de Puerto Rico Dr. Juan A. Rivero needs much help dealing with their green areas and other labors. Dependant on the Government for its founds as part of the division of Parques Nacionales, it lacks personnel it needs and is therefore sustained in a great measure by the help of volunteers. Knowing this, members of Alpha Zeta took it upon themselves to give a hand to the personnel that so desperately need it.

 The Zoo is trying to reestablish its seedbed area, but it was covered with weeds and plants that made it impossible to use the structure. With the participation of 8 of its members, Alpha Zeta helped out by cleaning the practically abandoned structure and removing accumulated material in the area. The personnel were in search of unused soil for their plant nursery, and we proudly found some underneath the rubble and weeds. Also, since the day, we visited, on October 19, Puerto Rico was under hurricane surveillance and tropical storm alert, we also helped by putting away objects that could turn into missiles during strong winds.

Also, since the seedbed stands beyond the elephant, Mundi’s area, we were able to say hi and pet her. Mundi is loved by all the Zoo personnel and she is a bit spoiled because of it. According to the rumors, she is a fan of cheesecake and carrot cake, likes to play pranks if you give her your back and she is an excellent fortune teller, since she guessed which team would win in the past FIFA World Cup eight out of ten times!

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Tags:  Community Service  Fellowship  fun  Puerto Rico Chapter 

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AZ Cal Epsilon New Member Informational Meeting

Posted By Caitlin E. O'Connell, Monday, October 20, 2014
The Cal Epsilon Chapter held a meeting on October 8th and invited the perspective new members to attend to learn more about Alpha Zeta. We had 38 perspective members attend the meeting. We played Alpha Zeta Bingo as a mixer to get the perspective members and the current members talking about Alpha Zeta. The meeting was a success!

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Tags:  Alpha Zeta Cal Epsilon  Cal-Epsilon Chapter  Chapter Meeting  Character  Potential New Members 

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Members Showing at the Fresno Fair

Posted By Caitlin E. O'Connell, Monday, October 20, 2014
Alpha Zeta Cal Epsilon brothers Teighlor Baugher and Nicole Borba have showed at the Fresno Fair with the Beef Show team this month. Teighlor placed 1st in intermediate showmanship and Nicole Borba placed 4th in Novice showmanship! Good job in placing and demonstrating scholarship and character!

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Tags:  Alpha Zeta Cal Epsilon  Cal-Epsilon Chapter  Character  Scholarship 

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Cal-Epsilon Members Showing Their Scholarship

Posted By Caitlin E. O'Connell, Monday, October 20, 2014

The Cal Epsilon Chapter encourages its members to share pictures of their members demonstrating one of our pillars, scholarship. Scholarship is often overlooked in the fraternity after the initial invitation to join and so the officers like to capture members demonstrating scholarship and share these highlights with others. All members are encouraged to send picture of themselves, or other members, participating in an activity that encompasses a pillar or two to a member of the officer team. The officer team make sure that they get recognized on our Intsagram and Facebook pages. Feel free to follow us on Instagram @alphazeta_fresnostate or like our Facebook to see more. 

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Tags:  Alpha Zeta Cal Epsilon  Cal-Epsilon Chapter  Scholarship 

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