Sisters pose with winner Morgan Wilson after the King of Hearts pageant on Saturday. Nine contestants strutted their stuff for a good cause in this male pageant. Some of the events included the Cardiac Catwalk and swimsuit portion. We had a great time and raised over $1,500 for the Alpha Phi Foundation!
Talent Portion (baking, frisbee throwing, violin playing and dancing)
All the contestants
Our sisters participate in Chi Phi Xi Delta's charity soccer tournament, Kicking for Kids. Proceeds go to the Boys and Girls Club of America. Perfect sunny and warm day for soccer and fundraising!
Here is our wonderful Executive Council posing for a picture at the Southern Leadership Conference in Atlanta, Georgia. Go get 'em girls! (Left: Emily Sybo, Brooklynn Byford, Ashley Peterson, Blair Kania, Nicole Berson, Danielle Scandiffio, and Paige Carlton)
Theta Zeta sisters learn CPR tonight as part of Alph Phi's and the American Heart Association's Take Heart. Take Part. Hands only CPR training program. It was a great time learning how to save lives!
Last night our sisters came out to support both Men's and Women's basketball games against St. Leo University. What a game!
This Fall Recruitment we welcomed 15 amazing new members to our sisterhood.
Sierra Shively - Pre-Med Biology
Chloe Hooper - Pre-Med Biology
Marget Eyjolfsdottir - Conservation Biology and Ecology
Sam Spurgeon - Marine Biology
Samara Neufeld - Marine Biology
Star Seliquini - Biomedical Engineering
Brittney Lamb - Business Administration/Accounting
Danni Goldman - Mechanical Engineering
Anna Smith - Chemical Engineering
Camille Bobiak - Ocean Engineering
Arshiya Meezan - Business Management
Devon McMahon - Applied Behavior Analysis
Mavi Elena - Mechanical Engineering
Brooklynn Byford - Ocean Engineering
Bridget Campbell - Business Management
From Left to Right: Kayla Rohbeck, Rosie Piscitelli, Hannah Hart, Sara Sullivan, Lacey Sovern and Abbey Keister
On Wednesday, six of our beloved collegiate members joined the alumnae ranks of Alpha Phi. They graduate on May 4th, so with much food and many tears we wished them all good luck in their future.
For the future...
Kayla is graduating with a degree in Marine Biology, she plans to continue graduate school at FIT.
Rosie is graduating with a degree in Aviation Management, she is currently on the pursuit of a job.
Hannah is graduating with a degree in Marine Biology, she has been accepted and plans to attend graduate school at UNF.
Sara is graduating with a degree in Civil Engineering.
Lacey is graduating with a degree in Aviation Management, after graduation she will be commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant in the United States Army. She begins training to become a helicopter pilot in six months, until then she will be working for the TSA in Washington DC.
Abbey is graduating with a degree in communications, in the Fall she begins law school at Harvard Law.
On Sunday, the sisters of Alpha Phi went tubing in a beautiful natural stream north of Melbourne at Blue Springs State Park. It was a blast and a great bonding experience.
With teamwork, pride, and a broken ankle, the Alpha Phi girls took home the Greek Week Trophy one more time. For the past 7 years the trophy has remained on our mantle in the chapter room and it has returned for an 8th year. Gamma Phi and Phi Sig brought hard competition, but once again, Alpha Phi proved to be number one!