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Happy 103rd Birthday, Alpha Chapter!
While Theta Phi Alpha reveres April 30th as Founders’ Day, August 30th is a special day to remember, too!
Theta Phi Alpha was founded on August 30, 1912 at the University of Michigan as a women’s organization to provide close comradeship; to advance educational, social, and philanthropic interests; to encourage spiritual development and adherence to the highest moral standards; and to promote lifelong bonds of friendship; a fraternity for college and university women and alumnae.
Today there are 55 active collegiate chapters, 34 alumnae associations, and four alumnae clubs in the United States. There are additionally three colonies which are working to become established as chapters of Theta Phi Alpha. Each member helps perpetuate the ideals created this day, 103 years ago. Please join us in wishing a Happy Birthday to Theta Phi Alpha!
Compass Points Recognition Recipients Revealed Today!
We are excited to announce the slate of recipients of the Compass Points Recognition. This alumnae recognition program acknowledges members in four categories, named after the points on the Compass:
North – for National Service – is awarded to Marie Sumara, Alpha Iota
East – for an Emerging Younger Alumna – is awarded to Kimberly Snow O’Brien, Beta Psi
West – for a Wiser, Experience Alumna – is awarded to Joann Davis, Alpha Epsilon
South – for Special Achievement outside Theta Phi Alpha – is awarded to Eileen Cronin, Epsilon
Please join us in recognizing these members for their outstanding contributions as Theta Phi Alpha sisters! For more information, to read the official announcement, or to nominate an alumna for recognition visit: http://thetaphialpha.celect.org/compass-points-alumnae-recipients
NPC Chairman’s Message “Values-Based Recruitment”
NPC Chairman, Jean M. Mrasek, recently shared a message on the importance of values-based recruitment. To read the chairman’s message, visit: http://npcchairman.blogspot.com/
Yours in the Bonds of Sisterhood,
Jennifer Hubbley Klug
National Vice President – Alumnae
Theta Phi Alpha
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