Sigma Pi - Missouri University of Science & Technology

Campaign Announcement

Alpha Iota Chapter of Sigma Pi at the University of Missouri Science & Technology

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Alpha Iota Building Association P.O. Box 3882 Chesterfield, MO 63006 Address service requested Attention: This newsletter is intended for alumni and parents. If your son is attending Missouri University of Science & Technology, he will receive a copy at the chapter house. If he has graduated, please send us his permanent address to update our records. Thank you. "As undergraduates we lived in an absolute dump and had to figure out how to thrive in the lumber we called a house. Right now alumni have the power to change this expe- rience. We have to do it. Our brotherhood and the history and traditions that tie us all together depend on it. We won't be able to maintain our proud legacy if we don't." Simply put, "the whole fraternity experience is nothing short of life changing. No exagger- ation. My best friend, my best man, and my groomsmen are all Sigma Pis. How often does that happen?" Pete and his wife, Sierra, live in Aiken, South Carolina, and have three children. They are also foster parents and currently fostering a fourth child. Though Pete has just one son he says, "When the time comes to look at colleges and fraternities I'll be nudging heavily toward Sigma Pi." To contact Pete, send him an e-mail at Pete SwaleS '02—why I Gave (Continued from page 2) CHAPTER WEBSITE FACEBOOK Sigma Pi Fraternity at Missouri S&T TWITTER @SigmaPiAI LINKEDIN Sigma Pi Fraternity, Alpha-Iota Chapter Securing Our Future Honoring Our Past Alpha Iota Chapter of Sigma Pi Fraternity Missouri University of Science & Technology Join Us for Homecoming Weekend Friday, October 27 7 to 9 p.m. AIBA Reception to discuss new Chapter House Saturday, October 28 9 to 10 a.m. Annual AIBA Meeting 1 p.m. Alumni BBQ/Softball game 8 p.m. Party at Sigma Pi House As part of the homecoming festivities, Wayne Laufer '67, Jeff Tottleben '91, and the Alpha Iota Building Association invite brothers to at- tend an informal reception at the chapter house to discuss the new house project on Friday, Octo- ber 27, from 7 to 9 p.m. Drinks and hors d'oevres will be provided. Come see how campus has grown in recent years, including new university and Greek chapter housing. Meet our undergraduate chap- ter members and learn about plans to ensure a strong future for Alpha Iota. It's one of the last opportunities to make memories at the old chap- ter house—you don't want to miss it! For a full list of campus activities visit www.

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