July 2013 Newsletter

Fraternity & Sorority Political Action Committee newsletter

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Vice President Vicki Nixon, DG Ρ ΣΤ Υ Φ Π ΝΞ Ο President-Elect Sarah Lindsay, DDD Ω ΑΒΓ The Fraternity and Sorority Political Action Committee ΛΜ President Cindy H. Stellhorn, KAQ ΧΨ ΖΗΘΙΚ ΔΕ 2013 FSPAC Board of Directors P.O. Box 3435 Alexandria, VA 22302 Address Service Requested Treasurer Marc Katz, AEP Secretary Dianne Chipps Bailey, DG Finance Chairman Kathryn Goddard, ADP Val Lawlor, AF Jim Estes, KA Order Congressional Visits and Dinner Chairmen Betty Quick, GFB James Owens, SN Past Presidents Patrick Alderdice, DC Julie Burkhard, ACW Larry Wiese, KA Order Executive Director Kevin O'Neill, LCA Directors Bonnie Arthur, AF Andrea Bechtel, CW Kathleen Brown, ACW Dan Corah, PKA Cheri DeJong, SK Chris Edmonds, DSF Wells Ellenberg, SN Ken File, DTD Pris Gerde, KKG Collin Groebe, DTD Beth Langford, KD Taylor Lockwood, SC* James Owens, SN Clark Robertson, FGD Melanie Shain, CW Lizzy Shay, ACW* Donna Stallard, FM Wayne Tucker, SC Caroline Wells, ZTA* Allen Woody, PKF Bonnie Wunsch, AEF * Collegiate Representative www.fspac.org Paid for by Fraternity & Sorority PAC, P.O. Box 3435, Alexandria VA 22302, and not authorized by any candidate or candidate committee. FSPAC's 7th Annual Reception and Dinner Was a Huge Success! T he Liaison Hotel was once again the perfect venue for our evening of fellowship and fun. The reception and dinner, held at the conclusion of our day on the Hill, was a wonderful opportunity to share our experiences from the day of meeting with the Congressional leadership and their staff. We were thrilled to have 22 members of Congress join us to celebrate our fraternal community. Their attendance emphasized the importance of FSPAC having a voice on the Hill and the value of our one-on-one visits in D.C. We continue to find enthusiastic support from our Congressional friends. The two student speakers, Wells Ellenberg, SN, University of Georgia, and JoAnna Adkisson, KAQ, Belmont University, did a wonderful job highlighting how rewarding it is to be involved in influencing regulation and legislation. It has proven to be a valuable extension of the overall leadership development emphasis of fraternities and sororities. The evening served as a lovely way to elebrate the efforts and hard work of the day.

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