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Cal Delta- SLO High Fun Run

Cal Delta- SLO High Fun Run

Originally Posted By Krista L. Le Piane,

On January 25, 2014, several Cal Delta Members participated in San Luis Obispo High School’s SLO Blast Color Fun Run. Members ran the 5k and were then blasted with color. Proceeds went to fund scholarships for SLO High students. Cal Delta members had a great time giving back to the community and bonding during the color fight at the end. 
Monday, February 24, 2014/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (564)/Comments (0)/
Cal Delta- Annual Christmas Party

Cal Delta- Annual Christmas Party

Originally Posted By Krista L. Le Piane

On December 6th 2013, members of the Cal Delta Chapter also attended our annual Christmas Party. Every year, our wonderful advisor, Mr. McCorkle, and his wife host the party. Members ate dinner, watched new initiates sing the Mal Malty and perform a skit, sang carols, participated in a white elephant gift exchange, and donated toys to Toys for Tots. The night was filled with good food and tons of laughter. 
Monday, February 24, 2014/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (565)/Comments (0)/
Edible Plant Project 2

Edible Plant Project 2

Originally Posted By Jennifer W. West

This past Sunday, members of the Florida chapter returned to the Edible Plant Project. The Edible Plant Project is a volunteer run, nonprofit organization, that creates positive alternatives to our current unsustainable food system. The Edible Plant Project’s goal is to promote edible landscaping and local food production in central Florida. We were able to experience a variety of service events that the Edible Plant Project specifically planned for us. Some of the projects included ...
Thursday, February 20, 2014/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (472)/Comments (0)/
Wrapping Presents

Wrapping Presents

Originally Posted By Toushulong Vang

On December 12th members of the Cal Epsilon Chapter volunteered at Occu-Med, a global healthcare firm, that provides Christmas presents for families in the community. Members helped organize and wrap presents that would later be given to 100 different families. With a short amount of time and members we were able to wrap over 30 presents and numerically organize the presents to their designated areas. We had a great time giving back to the community and also collaborating with the ...
Monday, January 27, 2014/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (470)/Comments (0)/

NC First Official Service Event- Red Cross Blood Drive

Originally Posted By Sara N. Fleming

Our service committee organized an Alpha Zeta blood donation Red Cross Blood Drive on the North Carolina State University Campus in the Carmichael Gym on Friday August 30th. Brothers signed up for donation times and at those times brothers were checked in at the registration desk  and given a name tag and reading material highlighting the requirements of donating blood. After donating blood brothers relaxed in the resting area of the gym where food and drinks were provided. At the end of the experience each of the 9 brothers who participated received a shirt stating that they were saving lives by donating blood. Overall it was a wonderful bonding experience for brothers. The Red Cross states that one donor can save up to three lives.  This event was an excellent way for us to serve the community at large, and enabled us to promote service to the NC State community. 
Sunday, January 5, 2014/Author: Mike Cooke/Number of views (379)/Comments (0)/
Edible Plant Project

Edible Plant Project

Originally posted by Jennifer W. West

Last weekend, the Florida Chapter took part in the Edible Plant Project at Siembra Farms. The Edible Plant Project is a nonprofit mission run by volunteers that strive to promote edible landscape and local food production. The Edible Plant Project’s goal is to create alternatives to the unsustainable food system in this country. When we arrived at the farm, we were separated into 2 different groups. One group picked sweet potatoes, while the other group tended to the green house. In the green house, we picked out the weeds, cleaned seeds, and planted sugarcane. All in all, the Florida Chapter was able to devote our time in a fun and farm friendly way!
Sunday, November 24, 2013/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (482)/Comments (0)/
Kanapaha Botanical Gardens

Kanapaha Botanical Gardens

Originally posted by Jennifer W. West

A group of the Florida Chapter went out to Kanapaha Botanical Gardens this past week to help maintain their gardens. Kanapaha is a 62 acre botanical garden with the states largest public bamboo display and herb garden in the Southeast region. Kanapaha was nicest enough to take us on a tour of the gardens before they showed us where we would be performing our service activities. We helped maintain the bamboo displays and mulched the area to be aesthetically pleasing to the public.
Wednesday, October 30, 2013/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (474)/Comments (0)/
Road Clean Up

Road Clean Up

Originally posted by Jennifer W. West

On Saturday, we performed our first road clean up on our Alpha Zeta Road! We all had a lot of fun seeing who all could find the most unique piece of trash. It was an absolutely beautiful day for a road clean up. Everyone went into pairs: one person picking up trash and one person holding the garbage bag. We ended up collecting 4 bags of trash. We have one road clean up down and two more to go! Can't wait!
Tuesday, October 15, 2013/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (441)/Comments (0)/
NC Relay for LIfe 2013

NC Relay for LIfe 2013

Originally posted by Ashley J. Kirby

April 12th and 13th, North Carolina State University hosted their annual Relay For Life on Greek Field.  The service committee notified the chapter of the event date at the beginning of the semester. Brothers registered online and paid signed up for two-hour shifts between 6pm on Friday and 6am on Saturday. Each brother raised at least $10 to participate. Seventeen brothers walked around the track in hopes to raise money for cancer research...
Saturday, April 13, 2013/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (476)/Comments (0)/
Open House for New Students

Open House for New Students

Originally posted by Aubrey B. Weibel

Brothers and potential new members of the Rutgers Cook Chapter assisted deans and Rutgers CORPs in working the School of Environmental and Biological Sciences open house on March 9, 2013.  Brothers assisted tour guides in their tours of the campus, answered potential and admitted students questions, and  helped deans and professors run their academic informational sessions.  There were over 1000 people in attendance and through the brothers' participation, everything ran smoothly.  Their volunteering was pivotal in making the open house a huge success.
Thursday, April 4, 2013/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (487)/Comments (0)/
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