September 19, 2003
Phi Sigma KappaJunior Lucas Ericson will perform in the Battle of the Bands this weekend.
Dave Hicock '02 will also perform this weekend at the house to promote his CD "Lore." The public is invited.
Senior Bryan Donnelly will perform stand-up comedy at Charlieís Coffeehouse on Sept. 25 at 9 p.m. Everyone is encouraged to attend.
Sigma KappaThe new members are sophomores Lauren Grosso, Sarah Marsala, Cheryl Smith, Amanda Bischoping, Megan Janssen, Helena Falzone, Alice Butler, Kristen Leeds, Lori Bradley, Allie Hessemer and Siobhan Fox.
Zeta Tau AlphaThe new members are junior Shannon Ehert and sophomores Lindsey Gearhart and Kara Baker.
Junior Katie Brosky was certified this summer in Suzuki Violin Pedagogy Book One at Millersville University.
Senior Julie Merkle and junior Christina Wendel participated in the Focus Australia Program in June.
Junior Andrea Botchie went to the Zeta Tau Alpha National Leadership Conference held at the end of June.
Kappa DeltaThe new members are junior Ashley Blancard and sophomores Stefanie Axelson, Amelia Davies, Sarah Fegley, Lindsey Ferioli, Sara Kehler, Lauren McDonnell, Melanie Rimmer, Kyle Stites and Amy Walters.
Alpha Phi OmegaThe brothers have chosen Camp Spifida for their 2003 Philanthropy Project. Camp Spifida is a non-profit camp for children with spina bifida.
Last May, the brothers donated $214.99 raised from working at Hershey Park.
The chapter also welcomes back seniors Allison Dillon and John Palmasano, who returned to campus this semester. Last spring, Dillon studied in Holland and Palmasano participated in the London Program.
The SisterhoodThe Sisterhood will be having its weekly meeting in the Shearer Dining Rooms 2 and 3 in the DCC Sunday at 1:15 p.m. All are welcome.
Phoenix ProjectThe Phoenix Projectís after-school program meets at the Selinsgrove Middle School library from 3:20 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Wednesdays and Thursdays.
General meetings are Tuesdays nights at 9:35 in Mellon Lounge. New members are always welcome. Contact sophomore Dawn Konrady for more information.
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