Please join us for the Phi Kappa Theta Alamo Alumni Association Summer Gala!
This will be a fun, dress up event (tux or evening wear for all) as well as a Fundraiser to benefit the PKTAAA scholarship program for our collegiate brothers at the University of Texas-Austin, TX and the University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley, Edinburg TX.
All Phi Kap brothers (Collegiate or Alumni - regardless of university, chapter or alumni association), Phi Kap mates, friends, acquaintances, relatives, past little sisters and their mates are welcome to attend and have a good time while helping raise money for scholarships.
The Live Music for the event will be performed by The San Antunes, headed by John Garza, PKT alumnus and accomplished musician. His music is versatile and accommodates all venues and themes.
The ticket pricing donations for this event will be $100.00 each. Table reservations may be able to be had once pricing for that is determined. Earlier response and donation payments ARE encouraged! Notice that any money donations, OTHER THAN TICKETS, can be made tax deductible.
A cash bar will be available to all. Dinner menu will be posted shortly.
For more information or to RSVP, please contact:
Luther Luera: 210-415-3744
Please join the Brothers of the Trine University Chapter of Phi Kappa Theta, at Sutton’s Deli in raising money for our National charity, Children’s Miracle Network, while also enjoying a wonderful meal including:
Stuffed Chicken and Pork Loin
Green Beans, Roasted Red Potatoes, and Dinner Rolls
Brownies and Ice Cream
The cost of the meal will be $45. There will be a silent auction where the guests will have the opportunity to purchase great prizes, as well as a cash bar.
The Chapter looks forward to seeing you at the event and thank you in advance for your time and charitable donation.
Register below and RSVP by Saturday, March 30, 2018:
140 Public Sq.
Angola, IN 46703
Contact: Drew Clark (260) 330-4265 Russel Reynolds (317) 702-3623
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2019 marks 50 years (1969) since Phi Kappa Theta at Purdue University-Calumet (Northwest), Indiana Gamma Omega, received a charter.
The 50th Anniversary Party will take place at Los Altenos Restaurant… don't recognize it? The restaurant is located at the chapters old Fraternity House.
Gator Nite XXVI will be held at the house that was so loved, and gave brothers life-long memories.
Los Altenos will close their restaurant for the chapters private party so brothers can re-live the days. Attendees will be ordering food off their regular menu, and everyone will pay their own food tab. Beer is available for purchase and you will be responsible for your own drink tab.
Los Altenos is allowing attendees to bring in their own spirits and wine. So attendees are asked to bring $5.00 each from everyone attending to cover that expense. A sample dinner menu can be found HERE. Other menu items are also available.
The restaurant would like a head count to ensure that they have enough servers and provisions.
Plan on showing up and bring your most memorable "House" stories to share. If you have your black book from your days as a pledge, or your brick, or any other items, bring 'em!
Social hour begins at 11:30am.
The cost is $60 and includes cocktails, lunch and wine with each meal.
All monies will be collected at the Court of Two Sisters (cash or check).
If you are planning to attend, please RSVP to email@example.com so that an accurate head count can be given to the Court of Two Sisters.
Request more information HERE.
Cocktail hour 12-1 and lunch from 1-3 in the Grand Marquis Ballroom.
This will be the 55th reunion of "The Weekend", with brothers from the New York Alpha Eta Chapter of Manhattan College.
Albergo Allegria: Catskills Bed and Breakfast - Windam NY Hotel
PO Box 267
43 State Route 296
This is an open event to all Brothers in Phi Kappa Theta.
We will be meeting in Windham NY at the Albergo Allegria: Catskills Bed and Breakfast - Windam NY Hotel.
This will be our 55th!
Contact: Frank Lamiano: firstname.lastname@example.org
This event at our RPI chapter will address issues related to "apathy, passivity, general depression, acknowledgement of depression, refusing to be inconvenienced, slowing down and thinking about the right decision vs. selfishness, supporting each other (that is the point of our Fraternity!)”.
- 10:00-11:00am: Session #1: Envision Your Personal Possibilities
- 11:15am-12:15pm: Session #2: Envision Your Fraternal Possibilities
- 12:15-1:00pm: Lunch Break
- 1:00-2:00pm: Session #3: Examine Your Personal Problems
- 2:15-3:15pm: Session #4: Examine Your Fraternal Problems
- 3:30-4:30pm: Session #5: Evaluate Your Leadership
- 4:45-5:45pm: Session #6: Encourage Your Brotherhood
- 6:00-10:00pm: Session #7: Express Your Thoughts & Questions + Dinner
- 8:00-9:30am E-Board
Scott Rafferty Memorial Tournament
- 5:00 p.m. Friday eve, 9 holes golf on Executive Course
- 9:30 Check in for Saturday event
- 10:00 a.m. Practice @ driving range included
- 10:30 a.m. Shotgun Start golf w/ golf cart
Legends on the Niagara Golf Course
Niagara Falls, Canada
Become a fan on Facebook of the Scott Rafferty Memorial Tournament to get updates and info.
We live in a day and age where it is trendy to talk about “changing the world,” but how is that even possible? If you actually embraced this challenge personally, where would you even begin? As a global village, the problems and issues that we face across the planet are intimidating and overwhelming, and even within our smaller and more personal spheres of influence, there are so many pressing needs. As Phi Kappa Theta brothers who aspire to be servant leaders, join with brothers from around the country for a transformative 48 hours of inspiring instruction and invigorating interaction about the seven essential ingredients to actually changing your world… beginning first with yourself! Each of Impact 18’s seven dynamic sessions will be facilitated by Dr. Michael Brown (Founder & Chief Consultant of DMB Coaching) in coordination with his entire team of five life coaches… and include motivational presentations, large-group interactions, round-table conversations, and unique thematic activities and learning exercises.
Similar to the 2016 Leadership Institute, the 2018 conference, also known as 'Impact 18', will help Brothers generate social solutions with TED talk style speakers sharing their passions.
We will be partnering with the Rosen Plaza Hotel as well as other groups in the Orlando area.
CONTACT: Robert Riggs