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February 8, 2016

Alpha Lambda (Mississippi) attends Pi Kapp College for Chapter Officers

Written by Huntington Maddrey

On January 15-17, 2016, the Alpha Lambda Chapter (Mississippi) sent their second ever elected executive council to Birmingham for Pi Kapp College for Chapter Officers.

The conference trained the new group of leaders in their respective positions and helped Alpha Lambda stratagize the coming year for the chapter. The chapter claimed awards for Excellence in Branding, Recruitment, and Campus Involvment.

The new executive council consists of: Kenton Wong, Archon; Dalton Heurkamp, Vice Archon; Evan Hile, Treasurer; Michael Kocher, Secretary; Dalton Smith, Warden; Huntington Maddrey, Historian; Chandler Mathis, Chapain. Also in attendance at the conference were: Corey Moore, Chief Justice; Ryne Golden, Risk Manager; and Connor Peacock, Philanthropy Chairman.

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