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Two Brothers to Participate in Summer Push Events


 Two
more
brothers
of
Epsilon
Phi
have
committed
themselves
to
biking
in
two
 separate
summer
PUSH
events
in
2010.
The
chapter
has
long
had
a
reputation
for
being
 active
in
summer
events,
and
this
year
will
be
no
different.
Brett
Hall
will
be
riding
in
Gear
 Up
Florida,
while
Michael
Hang
will
be
participating
in
the
Journey
of
Hope.
Both
Brett
and
 Michael
began
training
shortly
after
the
mid‐year
leadership
conference
and
our
well
on
 their
way
to
completing
the
required
fundraising.

Please
pray
for
these
two
brothers
during
 their
quest
to
complete
these
summer
events!
You
can
donate
to
these
brothers
or
read
more
 about
them
at:
 
 ‐ http://secure.pushamerica.org/bretthall
 ‐ http://secure.pushamerica.org/michaelhang
 


Chapter Has Strong Presence at Recent PUSH Camps


 Recently,
the
Epsilon
Phi
chapter
or
Pi
Kappa
Phi
has
been
very
active
on
the
PUSH
scene,
 participating
heavily
in
back
to
back
PUSH
camps
in
Atlanta,
Georgia,
and
Jackson’s
Gap,
 Alabama.
In
2009,
the
chapter
sent
Brett
Hall,
Leo
Arnold,
and
Benjamin
Brown
to
camp
in
 Georgia.
There,
they
were
able
to
involve
themselves
in
several
different
projects.
During
Spring
 Break
of
the
current
year,
the
chapter
was
able
to
send
Hieu
Duong,
John
Williams,
Mark
 Mitchell,
Marc
Federico,
Blake
Greene,
Graham
Holladay,
Jack
Wilson,
and
Bobby
Sistani
to
Camp
 ASCCA
in
Jackson’s
Gap.
The
brothers
had
the
largest
chapter
representation
by
far
and
were
 able
to
participate
in
brother
building
activities
in
addition
to
community
service
projects.
They,
 along
with
the
other
chapters,
were
able
to
build
a
floating
deck,
two
roofs,
rebuilt
a
horse
ramp,
 pressure
washed
and
cleaned
a
majority
of
the
camp,
and
helped
fix
many
of
the
maintenance
 problems
the
camp
had
developed
over
the
years.
Marc
Federico
was
even
featured
on
the
front
 page
of
the
Camp’s
annual
newsletter.
Camp
ASCCA
has
always
had
strong
ties
to
Pi
Kappa
Phi,
 and
the
brothers
of
our
chapter
did
a
great
job
of
strengthening
that
tradition.


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