December 7, 2017

Charlotte area alumni celebrate 113th Founders' Day

Written by Carrie Clifford

Brothers and friends are gathering all across the country for Pi Kappa Phi's Founders' Day.

On December 6th, alumni and guests in the Charlotte area came together to celebrate Pi Kappa Phi’s Founders’ Day. Over 60 people enjoyed a night of brotherhood and fellowship, honoring 113 of this Fraternity.

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Guests in attendance enjoyed a program featuring Pi Kappa Phi National Treasurer William Sigmon, Alpha Sigma (Tennessee), Pi Kappa Phi CEO Mark E. Timmes, Alpha Epsilon (Florida), The Ability Experience CEO Basil Lyberg, Beta Xi (Central Michigan), and special guests from Holy Angels in Belmont, NC, Regina Moody, President and CEO, and Kerri Massey, Chief Program Officer. Regina and Kerri spoke to the impact that brothers of Pi Kappa Phi have made serving at Holy Angels for the past thirty years. 

 

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