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Cal Epsilon helps celebrate California State University, Fresno’s Centennial Parade

Originally posted by Guest Caitlin

Author: Alpha Zeta/Tuesday, November 9, 2010/Categories: Chapter Activity Report Blog

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On October 16, 2010, Alpha Zeta Cal Epsilon members participated in California State University, Fresno's Centennial Parade. The parade was held on the day of the university's homecoming to celebrate its 100 years. The university's colleges, departments, clubs, community organization and sponsors assembled and decorated floats for the parade.

Alpha Zeta Cal Epsilon members helped with the Jordan College of Agricultural Sciences and Technology. Our members participated in coming up with the structure of the float as well as decorating weeks prior to the parade. On the day of the parade, a few of our members had the chance to ride on the float dressed in attire of agricultural related careers from the past and present.

As a result, Cal Epsilon members helped do a service to the Jordan College of Agricultural Sciences and Technology and to the campus by helping to celebrate the university's 100 years while also promoting and making people aware of agriculture within the Central Valley.


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