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Orphan Acres (Horse Rescue Facility) - 2-27-11

Orphan Acres (Horse Rescue Facility) - 2-27-11

Originally posted by Natalie L. Masin

Every other Sunday, the Elliott Chapter at Washington State University carpools out to Orphan Acres, a horse rescue facility in Viola, Idaho.  While there, we participated in regular feeding, grooming, health care, and blanket checking for the horses.  We also got a chance to groom and walk three blind horses.  This activity benefits the 85 rescued horses at this facility, while helping the owner, Brent, keep up with the work he would otherwise be doing himself.  This is a non-profit institution solely in existence to benefit the neglected, abused, and otherwise forgotten horses throughout the Pacific Northwest...
Sunday, February 27, 2011/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (471)/Comments (0)/
Farewell to Student Counselor

Farewell to Student Counselor

Originally posted by Jacqueline Armstrong

On February 24, Alpha Zeta Puerto Rico organized a gratitude activity for our counselor Dalila Rodriguez Diaz, to honor  her thirty years of service. The activity was attended by professors, students and personnel of the faculty of Agricultural Science. The activity included a semblance and a few gifts from the faculty and students members.
Thursday, February 24, 2011/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (456)/Comments (0)/
New Candidates Meeting!

New Candidates Meeting!

Originally posted by Jacqueline Armstrong

On February 23 a meeting was held to orientate the 10 candidates elected to join Alpha Zeta, which was attended by 7 students. During the meeting we explain what the fraternity is, its history, our mission and vision and requirements necessary to be a member of our chapter. We also talked about the different chapters, some of the activities we have done, and the academic and social benefits.
Wednesday, February 23, 2011/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (487)/Comments (0)/
Workshop Valentine Cards

Workshop Valentine Cards

Originally posted by Jacqueline Armstrong

On February 8th, the "Recycling Project" of Terrace, Mayaguez conducted a workshop to create Valentine's Day cards based on reused materials. It was intended for people of all ages, including kids, youth and adults. The intention was to dare us all to reduce, reuse and recycle in a creative way. The mother of two of our own members of the chapter gave us an orientation of recycling and taught us different ways to use materials in a fun way. Materials were given to us such as paper, newspaper, glitter and buttons. Afterwards, we enjoyed a nice and early Valentine's Day cake.
Sunday, February 20, 2011/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (481)/Comments (0)/
Confraternization

Confraternization

Originally posted by Jacqueline Armstrong

On January 29th our chapter had a small gathering at our chancellor Frank Acevedo house in Aguada. A total of 9 brothers assisted to the event, in which we had a fun time while eating hot dogs and snacks. Also we enjoyed our time playing games, singing karaoke and doing charades.
Sunday, February 20, 2011/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (521)/Comments (0)/
Collection Center for Kids

Collection Center for Kids

Originally posted by Jacqueline Armstrong

On February 10th and the 11th our chapter conducted an activity which consisted of collecting items for the household necessities for kids of Jesus of Nazareth, a nonprofit institution established by a group of volunteers from our city Mayaguez, who were concerned about the high incidences of child abuse in the western area. This home provides shelter services, nutrition, transportation, health, education, recreation, social and psychological support to child victims of abuse...
Sunday, February 20, 2011/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (474)/Comments (0)/
Florida Woodser Social 2-18-11

Florida Woodser Social 2-18-11

Originally posted by Ashleigh Woodruff

Woodser is a social the UF Chapter of AZ has every semester. This semester 30 attended! We reserve a campground at Ichetucknee Springs, have a bonfire, and cook hotdogs and smores! Woodser is always planned by our social chair, which is Dalal Hares this school year. Woodser is a tradition and one of the most anticipated events of every semester! Everyone always makes an extra effort to make it to Woodser!
Friday, February 18, 2011/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (514)/Comments (0)/
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Cook Chapter Co-sponsors Responsible Happy Hour

Cook Chapter Co-sponsors Responsible Happy Hour

Originally posted by Selina A. Ruzi

On February 4th, the Cook Chapter co-sponsored Responsible Happy Hour with SEBS Governing Council. The event included discounted drinks for those over 21, free food, music, and provided a nice time to socialize and catch up with friends, the rest of the brotherhood, alumni, and prospective pledges. There was also a slide show showcasing many pictures of Cook Chapter brothers at many of our past events so that prospective pledges could see more what we were all about. There were 26 brothers present and 5 alumni, not to mention a number of prospective pledges. Our faculty adviser, George Clark, was also present.
Friday, February 18, 2011/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (463)/Comments (0)/
New E-board and 1st Brother Meeting

New E-board and 1st Brother Meeting

Originally posted by Selina A. Ruzi

On February 2nd after smores, the old e-board presented the newly elected e-board with their duties while the new e-board thanked their predecessors and presenting them with flowers and a plaque. The new e-board then started their first meeting ever and quickly got down to business explaining the new pledging schedule and everything else that we all wanted to accomplish for this semester. The entire brotherhood was present (40+ brothers). The new e-board consists of the following amazing brothers: our Chancellor Amanda Hannen, our Censor Lisa Izzo, our Scribe Amanda Sorenson, our Treasurer Gianna Santelli, our Chronicler Michele Ellenbacher, and our Sargent in Arms Wayne Scheck.
Friday, February 18, 2011/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (506)/Comments (0)/
Game Night

Game Night

Originally posted by Selina A. Ruzi

On February 3rd, the Cook Chapter hosted a Game Night for all the prospective pledges and the brotherhood on the second floor of the Cook Campus Center. The night was dedicated to getting to know the prospective pledges and allowing them to get to know the brotherhood. Among the games played there was ping pong, foosball, pool, and apples to apples. At one point there was an epic apples to apples game going on that consisted of 22 people! Overall there were a total of 17 brothers and 6 prospective pledges.
Friday, February 18, 2011/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (460)/Comments (0)/
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