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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