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Tuesday, May 5, 2015/Author: Emily Ardalan/Number of views (748)/Comments (0)/
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Tuesday, May 5, 2015/Author: Emily Ardalan/Number of views (1011)/Comments (0)/
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Spring Into Action-Montana Chapter

Spring Into Action-Montana Chapter

Spring has been a busy time here at Montana State!

Monday, April 6, 2015/Author: Krysta Quale/Number of views (1219)/Comments (0)/
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Alpha Zeta Cal-Epsilon's Formal February Meeting

Alpha Zeta Cal-Epsilon's Formal February Meeting

During the February formal meeting we met at Marie Calendars to discuss the upcoming Gala which will take place on May 2nd. It'll be in the Fresno State Alumni house and we are looking for items to be auctioned off in a silent auction. Our Ag Outreach committee set up a full day of industry tours on May 7th and the community service committee has several community service activities scheduled for the next few months. During this meeting we signed Valentine's Day cards for children at Valley Children's Hospital that were delivered and distributed to the children. We were also welcomed by our professional guest speaker, Dr. Levi, who discussed study abroad opportunities, addressed many of our fears and encouraged all of us to look into. Thank you Dr. Levi for taking time to speak to our group.
Sunday, March 22, 2015/Author: Caitlin O'Connell/Number of views (777)/Comments (0)/
PR Chapter Community Service

PR Chapter Community Service

On Saturday, March 7th Alpha Zeta visited Finca La Perla in Mayaguez from 8:30 to 3:30.  Five members participated in the activity. First of all, we discussed with the owner, Luis Curvero, some of the present challenges the agriculture in Puerto Rico is facing and some basic information about the industry of the coffee in Puerto Rico. We shared a light breakfast for those who had not had any and proceeded to a tour of the property. Luis Curvero has many small crops in his property, including ginger, “pana” (Artocarpus altilis), “chironja” (orangelo) and cacao. The main crop of the farm is coffee, though there was not any to pick. After the tour, we helped pick cacao in many different spots. We were able to fill three sacks with cacao, and afterward opened them and put the seeds with the pulp in water. Afterward, we enjoyed a light lunch provided by the owner of the farm and then proceeded to participate in the process of grinding and packing coffee. Then, we were given a taste of the coffee produced at the farm and picked bananas, “chironjas”  and “panas” to take home with us.
Monday, March 16, 2015/Author: Jaileen Rivera Montes De Oca/Number of views (772)/Comments (0)/
Cal Epsilon Chapter Meeting

Cal Epsilon Chapter Meeting

On Wednesday, January 28th, we held our first meeting of the year. We passed around an information card to get members grad dates, birthdays and favorite memories so that we can begin doing shout outs for members birthdays. We also sent our members on a photo scavenger hunt. They had 10 minutes to take pictures in 4 locations. Even though the winning team was one of the last ones back, they were the only group to follow directions! Great job team!
Thursday, February 12, 2015/Author: Caitlin O'Connell/Number of views (715)/Comments (0)/
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