Sigma Alpha Epsilon - Kansas State University

Fall 2019 Newsletter

Kansas Beta Chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity at Kansas State University

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Don't Miss Your Chance to Benefit Kansas Beta Philanthropies A s most of you know, ΣΑΕ's national philanthropy is Children's Miracle Network and Dance Marathon. I serve on K-State's Dance Marathon executive team as vice president and director of operations. Kansas State Dance Marathon raises money in two ways. One way is through peer-to- peer fundraising, which sends money to our local hospital in Topeka (Stormont Vail). The second way is through sponsorships. When an organization sponsors Kansas State Dance Marathon, their money goes to the operation budget. This allows us to hold our big event each year and to buy essential materials to make the event a success. If you are interested in contributing, please make your check out to Kansas State Dance Marathon, Tax ID #48-0980926, and mail to Andrew Lind, 1015 Denison Ave. Manhattan, KS 66502. In the Bonds, Andrew Lind '22 Kansas Beta raised $15,291 in a six-hour period during Dance Marathon. page 3 sigma alpha epsilon I t never gets old sharing the accomplishments of the active chapter with our loyal alumni base. The undergraduate members are providing strong leadership to maintain ΣΑΕ's enduring tradition of being a top fraternity at KSU. Throughout this newsletter, you will see several examples of why other fraternities at K-State and nationwide should strive to be like Kansas Beta. The house has never looked better and the chapter budget is in solid shape. The chapter house is once again full with 61 men living in for the fall 2019 semester. To keep the house full, it is essential for Kansas Beta to be on the top of its game by actively recruiting new members year around. If you are aware of any potential new members, please contact me or Recruitment Chairmen Chase Stalder '19 at or (785) 280-3273 and Ryan Schippers '20 at ryan_schippers3@ or (785) 656-1554. Thanks to your continued support, we raised the $50,000 needed to replace the air conditioning system that failed last fall. Our next project is a series of repairs and upgrades to the chapter house exterior. These are in the planning stage and more details will follow in future communications. I can assure you that your money is being put to good use and will contribute to Kansas Beta's bright future. Yours in the bonds, Steve Lacy '76, '77 Kansas Beta House Corporation President (515) 284-3895 Brett Ambrosier Abilene, Kan. Brock Blessing Great Bend, Kan. Andrew Campbell Overland Park, Kan. Camden Chastain Overland Park, Kan. Ben Driver Salina, Kan. Braden Engelken Olathe, Kan. Danny Espinoza Abilene, Kan. Modou Faburay Manhattan, Kan. Carter Franklin Lenexa, Kan. Evan George Olathe, Kan. Grant Ginther Hays, Kan. David Grammer Salina, Kan. Jake Herl Olathe, Kan. Parker Holbourn Manhattan, Kan. Kaiser Isaac Hiawatha, Kan. Josh Jackson Wichita, Kan. Jack Johnson Hays, Kan. Nathan Larsen Olathe, Kan. Parker Larson Overland Park, Kan. Luke Ludwikoski Leawood, Kan. Andy Marshall Lyons, Kan. Ben McDonnal Overland Park, Kan. Ryan Moser St. George, Kan. Brendan Newcomer Overland Park, Kan. Brady Pellman Olathe, Kan. Josh Priddle Manhattan, Kan. Marcus Schmeidler Great Bend, Kan. Blake Steele Overland Park, Kan. Active Chapter Sets Great Example for Fraternities to Follow Alumni Donations Contribute to Chapter's Bright Future Welcome, New Members!

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