Lambda Chi Alpha - University of Alabama

Fall 2019 Newsletter

Alpha-Phi Zeta of Lambda Chi Alpha at the University of Alabama

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The Alpha-Phi Zeta's INSIDE Associate Member Class 2 Alumnus Spotlight 3 Thank You, Loyal Alumni 3 Homecoming 4 Since 1917 Fall 2019 House Corporation Pleased with Chapter Leadership and the Chapter's Future (Continued on page 2) T he 2019 football season is off to a successful start, as well as our Lambda Chi Alpha Chapter at The University of Alabama. High Alpha Reed Schwartz, AΦ1809 and the High Zeta team continue to demonstrate the type of leadership needed to provide our Chapter with the stability it requires. The Lambda Chi Alpha House Corporation met with Chapter leaders in August and were given a presentation by each officer on their respective responsibilities. I believe each of us came away from the meeting with a renewed confidence that the Chapter is in good hands with this undergraduate leadership. As noted elsewhere, we are excited about the new associate member class and we thank everyone who made this possible. I hope that all of you will be able to attend our Homecoming celebration the weekend of October 26. It will be a great time to renew connections with brothers and friends from the past, as well as meet some new faces. Becky Schuler and her team always make this is a memorable event. As always, we ask that you consider continuing your financial support of Lambda Chi Alpha through an annual gift. Your support is needed and certainly appreciated. In Z.A.X., Wayne Keith, AΦ775 House Corporation President DONATE online today at lxaua. Alpha-Phi Zeta Members Living Lives of Growth, Service, and Leadership Undergraduates Carrying Out Lambda Chi's Mission I t is surreal as I write my last president's report at Alpha-Phi Zeta of Lambda Chi Alpha. We started this fall with a strong class of 35 associate members, many of whom are on Presidential Scholarships. As always, recruitment for next fall starts now! Please contact our recruitment chairman, Davis Bandi, AΦ1882, if you have potential candidates in mind. His contact information is listed on page 2. We would also like to highlight the outstanding accomplishments of some of our undergraduate brothers. Mac Goodchild, AΦ1925 has raised over $90,000 to fund research for a cure to Type 1 diabetes through his organization, MAC's MVPs. His organization has become one of the biggest walk teams for the JDRF Broward One Walk and carries weight within the South Florida community. Ethan Haynie, AΦ1839 was selected amongst a competitive group of engineers for an internship with Northrop Grumman where he supported the Aircraft Center of Excellence in Melbourne, Florida. Over the summer, brothers Matthew Marquet, AΦ1876 and Matteo Taraborrelli, AΦ1872 attended the Nationals Mac Goodchild, AΦ1925 has raised over $90,000 to find for a cure to Type 1 diabetes through his organization, MAC'S MVPs.

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