Chapter Activity Report Blog

The Road So Far

It's been a long and challenging semester but the newly appointed directive has pulled through to give new life to AZ Puerto Rico Chapter.
Saturday, December 5, 2015/Author: Santiago Acosta Gonzalez/Number of views (1129)/Comments (0)/

Spike Out Leukemia & Lymphoma; OSU AZP Volleyball Tournament

Volleyball Concessions

This September, the Florida chapter helped to run two volleyball concession stands! The first was at the game where the Gators played St. John's University. The second, at a good ol' SEC rivalry against Kentucky! The brothers had a blast selling food to fans, while raising money for the upcoming NALC! Working concessions at big events, definitely can teach a group how to work as a team!
Monday, October 12, 2015/Author: Jennifer Glass/Number of views (1234)/Comments (0)/

Fundraiser for Heifer International

On Saturday, April 11th, the Wilson Chapter participated in Iowa State University's 2nd annual Cyclone Market.  The Cyclone Market provides an opportunity for the student run clubs and organizations to participate in fundraising and community outreach. We sold homemade puppy chow to raise money for Heifer International, an organization  which strives to end hunger and poverty in developing countries. In total, we raised roughly $60 for the charity organization.
Thursday, May 7, 2015/Author: Stephanie Bass/Number of views (1147)/Comments (1)/
AZ Puerto Rico Final Day at 5 Days with our Earth fair

AZ Puerto Rico Final Day at 5 Days with our Earth fair

On the fifth and final day of the fair we sold every last bag of chips we had and we got to see that as a team we could accomplish anything. We participated in a Puerto Rican Purebred Horse Show and we got to meet the president of the Federation of the Puerto Rican Purebred Horse Association. We had a surprise visit from our ex-professor John Fernandez Van Cleve who was an honored guest at the activity and an Alpha Zeta member.
Wednesday, March 25, 2015/Author: Ezequiel Montatez Rivera/Number of views (1210)/Comments (0)/

AZ Puerto Rico Third Day at 5 Days with our Earth fair

The third day of the fair we successfully sold all the ginger (all 6 boxes) and continued selling well the different types of chips.

Wednesday, March 25, 2015/Author: Ezequiel Montatez Rivera/Number of views (940)/Comments (0)/
AZ Puerto Rico Second Day at 5 Days with our Earth fair

AZ Puerto Rico Second Day at 5 Days with our Earth fair

On the second day of the fair March 18th we had a successful sale of turmeric, we sold it all. We continued selling ginger and the Lares chips that included cassava, dasheen, plantain, breadfruit, sweet potato and lile Malanga chips.

Wednesday, March 25, 2015/Author: Ezequiel Montatez Rivera/Number of views (1102)/Comments (0)/
AZ Puerto Rico First Day at 5 Days with our Earth fair

AZ Puerto Rico First Day at 5 Days with our Earth fair

We participated in the 5 Days with our Earth fair, a yearly celebrated fair in our college campus. We bought a huge quantity of merchandise from “Harinas de Lares” a local and traditional chip maker from Puerto Rico to sell at the fair. We also sold ginger and turmeric which we had collected a few days earlier from our dear Dr. Custodio’s farm who is always a great help to us.

Sunday, March 22, 2015/Author: Ezequiel Montatez Rivera/Number of views (1034)/Comments (0)/
PR Chapter Ginger pick up

PR Chapter Ginger pick up

In preparation for the annual agricultural fair of our university “Cinco Días Con Nuestra Tierra” (Five days with our land”, Alpha Zeta picked ginger in Dr. Custodio’s house in Mayaguez on Sunday, March 15th from 8:30 to about 2:00 pm. Three members participated. They extracted the ginger, cleaned it and packed it to sell at the fair.

Monday, March 16, 2015/Author: Jaileen Rivera Montes De Oca/Number of views (952)/Comments (0)/
Florida Chapter Pledge Class Concessions

Florida Chapter Pledge Class Concessions

This Sunday the new Alpha Zeta pledges ran a concessions stand for Florida’s baseball team against Tennessee. Ten pledges volunteered which upgraded us to a bigger stand that typically sells more food and brings in more money. When the crowd wasn’t there, it was nice to socialize and bond with the brothers. It was also a great way for us to communicate by passing along orders and working together. Overall, we made quite a bit of money from our stand just with 10% back from sales and had a great time doing it. The baseball team won too! - Carson Cooper, PC Fundraising Chair
Monday, March 16, 2015/Author: Angely Jimenez/Number of views (1004)/Comments (0)/
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