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North Carolina SPCA Dog Walk

North Carolina SPCA Dog Walk

Originally posted by Madeline N. Dabolt

On April 16th, four Brothers attended the SPCA of Wake County's Dog Walk.  They only had 1 dog and her name is Sissy.  There were a lot of different rescue organizations, vets, and other vendors set up under tents giving away free goodies and information in Moore Square.  We started the 3K in Moore Square and walked around downtown Raleigh and ended up back at Moore Square.  There were a lot of people there and the weather was overcast and breezy but not hot. All the money raised went to the Wake County SPCA.  The theme was "No Kill Now" and $242,429.19 was raised.  Alpha Zeta raised $485.00.  There were also 8 other folks on our team who were not apart of Alpha Zeta, but helped out.
Monday, May 9, 2011/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (554)/Comments (0)/

North Carolina Chapter Candlelight

Originally posted by Madeline N. Dabolt

After our regularly scheduled business meeting we held a candlelight ceremony in honor of our May graduates.  We all sat in a circle passing a candle around sharing our favorite memories of AZ, what Alpha Zeta has meant to us, and wishing those graduating the best of luck.  We ended with the graduating seniors telling their favorite memories and giving us advice as we finish our college careers.  It is always an emotional and meaningful ceremony.
Monday, May 9, 2011/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (578)/Comments (0)/

North Carolina Chapter End of the year Potluck

Originally posted by Madeline N. Dabolt

Starting at 6:00 on April 27th before our last meeting of the semester, we all joined in Weaver Shop for a potluck.  Each brother brought a covered dish to share with everyone.  We had everything from cheesy mashed potatoes, homemade macaroni,  and baked ham to Bojangles chicken. There were some great desserts too. There were 45 brothers in attendance, several alumni, and 1 of our advisor's were there.  It was a great time to relax before the beginning of final exams and a great opportunity for fellowship with those graduating in May.
Monday, May 9, 2011/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (482)/Comments (0)/
Cornell Chapter Recognized by Interfraternity Council

Cornell Chapter Recognized by Interfraternity Council

Originally posted by Emmaline A. Long

On May 1st, the Cornell Chapter was recognized for outstanding achievement at the Interfraternity Council's Award Ceremony. Marlene van Es received an award for outstanding officer. The whole chapter was awarded for outstanding achievement in our New Member Program, as well as for Faculty Fellowship.
Sunday, May 1, 2011/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (481)/Comments (0)/
Cornell Chapter's Senior Meeting Awards

Cornell Chapter's Senior Meeting Awards

Originally posted by Emmaline A. Long

On May 1st, the Cornell Chapter held its last chapter meeting of the semester. This meeting is devoted to the seniors and their time in AZ. There are several awards that are passed down from seniors to other members in the house. Emmaline Long received the "Blue Ribbon Bar” for members who show animals, Anna Smith received the "Redneck Saloon” for members who plan to go into farming after graduating, and Bri Pomeroy was passed the position of Slush chair who plans social events throughout the year.
Sunday, May 1, 2011/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (725)/Comments (0)/

Cornell Chapter Participates in Day of Demeter

Originally posted by Emmaline A. Long

On April 30th, 6 members of the Cornell Chapter participated in Day of Demeter, the annual Greek day community service. Our members helped to paint the lobby at the Ithaca Woman’s Center.
Sunday, May 1, 2011/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (501)/Comments (0)/
Cornell Chapter Helps Repair Raised Beds

Cornell Chapter Helps Repair Raised Beds

Originally posted by Emmaline A. Long

On April 30th, 7 members of the Cornell Chapter went to Woodsedge Apartments, a retirement apartment community near campus, to help get their raised bed gardens ready for planting. Two years ago, the community raised money and built around 15 raised beds for the residents to plant. Each resident gets their own bed to keep for the summer. Beds are 24” high instead of the usual 12” so they do not have to bend over as far. We joined many residents and community members and spent the morning doing repairs to their beds. We even found out one of the residents is an AZ Alumni from Michigan State!
Sunday, May 1, 2011/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (569)/Comments (0)/
Cornell Chapter Hosts "Ag Day"

Cornell Chapter Hosts "Ag Day"

Originally posted by Emmaline A. Long

Every semester, the Cornell Chapter hosts "Ag Day” on the Ag Quad to raise awareness about agriculture on Cornell’s campus. This semester was the largest event yet and included food from local farms, animals, tractors, and clubs/departments from the Ag School. Clubs and Departments who attended included Collegiate FFA, the Cornell Cooperative Extension, the Cornell Vegetable Program, Cargill, and Hortus Forum (the plant science club), among others...
Sunday, May 1, 2011/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (629)/Comments (0)/

Swing-a-Thon

Originally posted by Madeline N. Dabolt

On April 12th, twenty of our brothers participated in Sigma Alpha sorority's annual Swing-a-Thon.  This event took place all day on the brickyard.  The participants payed $10 to swing for ten minutes.  The money that was raised by many of the organizations at NCSU and students went to NC Farm Bureau's Ag in the classroom.  The money raised is used to give mini-grants to K-8th grade teachers to incorporate agriculture into their curriculum.  Overall, the event was a big success and a great opportunity for the students to support agriculture and the future of our society.
Thursday, April 28, 2011/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (579)/Comments (0)/
NC Relay For Life

NC Relay For Life

Originally posted by Madeline N. Dabolt

On April 8th, North Carolina State University hosted their annual Relay For Life on Lee Field.  18 of our brothers went out and supported Cancer research in hopes to raise money.  As an on-site fundraiser we had Cornhole boards put out so people could pay to play.  The event did not last too long into the night like it was supposed to because of bad weather.  By 11 o'clock we had to take down everything and leave.  Everyone that participated in this event had a blast even when it started to rain.
Thursday, April 28, 2011/Author: Alpha Zeta/Number of views (670)/Comments (0)/
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