We held Relay for Life this weekend on April 9th! We were able to raise money for the American Cancer Society as we held a fun carnival game and had people walking during the duration of the event! Special thanks to Heidi Isemann for coordinating this event. It has been the first Relay for Life event since 2019! Way to go!
Thanks to everyone that attended our week of wellness!
Here was our schedule of the things we did through the week:
Monday: Healthy eating on a budget (nutritional advice)
Tuesday: Cat Cafe with coloring
Wednesday: Wellness Fair and a “how-to” for conflict resolution
Thursday: ROTC Course
Friday: Dodgeball tournament!
From November 29th-December 3rd, Phi Epsilon Kappa hosted a week of wellness that involved supporting mental, physical, and emotional health through an event held each day of the week. The Week of Wellness was ran by Natalie Telep. Great job, Natalie!
Monday: A table was set up in the SUB for a bake sale and ornament decorating.
Tuesday: Social media day! Information was given out about physical and mental wellness, and how you can improve upon it.
Wednesday: Phi Epsilon Kappa paired up with the Round Net Club for a round net tournament that was hosted at the REC. The top team won a prize.
Thursday: 2 PEK members held a sign out on the quad where the first person that gave them a banana and an apple won a free sweatshirt!
Friday: The annual dodgeball tournament was held at the REC on the last day. Teams of 3-6 players competed for the top prize.
A big thank you goes out to everyone that attended, worked, participated, or helped out with the events!
On November 10th, our pledges were officially initiated into Phi Epsilon Kappa! We are proud of their hard work and look forward to their participation and effort they put into the chapter. The newly initiated members are: Abbie Ihnat, Addison Walker, Allie Brown, Allison Payne, Brady Lisec, Callie Unrein, Cooper Doolin, Ellie Moloney, Emily Eberwine, George Gump, Laura Toenjes, Lucy O’Connor, Maddie Wahby, Maya Broshears, Natalie Nguyen, and Rachel Temmen
On October 30th, Phi Epsilon Kappa hosted a highway cleanup for members at 10:00 a.m. For roughly an hour, active members picked up trash and debris on the designated sides of highway 63. This project was scheduled and coordinated by Mason Scrivener, who is currently the vice president of our chapter.
On October 23rd, Phi Epsilon Kappa and Cardinal Key worked together in order to organize and maintain the Homecoming 5k. The run started at 8:00 a.m. and all the money raised during the event went to the FLATS (Forests, lakes, and trails system). There was great turnout and despite the cold weather, it was a lot of fun!
We had our annual glow-stick event on October 7th, 2021. We raised money for cancer research and awareness and had fun in the process. Thank you to everyone that worked or participated in the event! Special thanks to Ross Henson for coordinating and organizing the event as our Glow-stick chair this year.
Dodge, Duck, Dip, Dive, Dodge!
Our special events and fundraising committee put on a successful dodgeball tournament to raise money for the American Cancer Society. There were a total of ten teams competing from different organizations on campus. Congrats to the “Frozen Frosted Donuts” for taking 1st place!