Phi Delts at the Missouri Theta Chapter at Northwest Missouri State University just finished their week-long competition between all the fraternities and sororities on campus. Missouri Theta took home the top prize at this year’s Greek Week, winning the competition for the third year in a row. The chapter also received the most improved chapter GPA award from the Fall 2011 to the Spring of 2012 and won the Karen Hawkins Memorial Award in recognition of their New Member Education Program. Dalton-Pierce Speer served as an overall co-chair for this year’s Greek Week, making it the fifth year Phi Delt has had someone in the position. Riley Ziemer, Jake Nelson, and Joshua Phillips served as co-chairs for the event.
On March 31st, Missouri Theta held their annual Easter egg hunt for ALS. The Easter egg hunt was put on for the community of Maryville. The chapter hosted a raffle for various donated items, face painting, and of course the main event, the Easter egg hunt. All the proceeds from the event were donated to ALS. The chapter had a great turn out from the community and hopes to continue the tradition for years to come.