December 18, 2015

Southern California Alumni celebrate Founders' Day aboard the legendary Queen Mary

Written by Star & Lamp

The SoCal Pi Kappa Phi alumni group have built such momentum with their alumni engagement over the past several years and their Founders Day celebration aboard the legendary Queen Mary in Long Beach, CA, is verified proof that there is no sign of this group slowing down.

Sixty brothers & dates converged upon the iconic vessel on Thursday, December 10th, for an evening of fellowship, fun, and remembrance of our founders. A pre-dinner cocktail reception with photo op kicked off the night, followed by greetings from City Event Coordinator Ben Roman (Eta Chi - TCU), Regional Governor-of-the-Year Daniel Hitzke (Zeta Lambda - Cal State Chico), and special greetings from The Ability Experience CEO Basil Lyberg (Beta Xi - Central Michigan) who flew in just for the occasion. Theta Sigma (Cal State Long Beach) alumnus Wes Mathison dazzled the crowd with mind-blowing magic, everyone dined on a delicious 3-course meal, and concluded the evening with dancing, merriment, cigars, and a group photo. This was truly an evening of honoring our founders whilst celebrating a great year of events in Southern California.

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