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BC: The End | "Waiting on an angel One to carry me home Hope you'll come to see me soon... Cause here the angels roam. Cause here the angels are home." Waiting On an Angel by Ben Harper

1: History of the Georgia Alpha Chapter of Pi Beta Phi Fraternity University of Georgia Region 4 Spring of 2011

2: Chapter Historian | Emily Andersion is a rising junior and a member of the 2009 pledge class. She is currently living in the Pi Beta Phi house and loves every minute of it.

3: New Members | Alexa Childs | Stephanie Freimuth | Callie Wheatley | Taylor Williams | Jen Miller | *Christine Harding | Emily Weissert | Mary McIntosh | *Katie Welborn: NO PHOTO | * = LEGACY

4: Officers | Chapter Officers: President: Emily Piwonka VP Administration: Wynne Rosenbleeth VP Finance: Brittany Sink VP Communications: Colleen Pinto VP Housing: Sarah Tankersly VP Membership: Christian Smith VP Fraternity Development: Jennie Catherine Nash VP Philanthropy: Stephanie Horman VP Member Development: Daniela Beltong VP Event Planning: Alexis Dacy

5: Section...........................................................................Page Number Title Page ............................................................................... 1 Historian Information .......................................................... 2 Table of Contents .................................................................. 3 Chapter Officers .................................................................... 4 New Members ........................................................................ 5 AAC/HC .................................................................................. 6 House Director ....................................................................... 7 Composite................................................................................ 8-9 Chapter House and Website .................................................. 10-11 Spring Recruitment ............................................................... 12 Scholarship Page ..................................................................... 13 Fraternity Heritage ................................................................. 14-15 Philanthropy and Community Service ................................... 16-17 Values and Senior Programming ............................................ 18-19 Campus Life and Involvement ............................................... 20-21 Chapter Brag Sheet and Closing ............................................. 22-23 | Table of Contents

6: AAC AND HC | AAC Members: Karen McEver Hawes, Heather Hayne Edwards, Ashleigh Johnson Waits, Sue Neisch Devos, Angie Logan Bentley, Courtney Celeste Atkinson, Judi Saye Fleming, Sarah Ruth Mullis, Karen Townsend Hickey, Jessica Gee Pate, Natalie Whittemore Okeson, Julie Johnson Evans | House Corps Members: Vaneesa Williams Little, Kay Kenimer, Joan Todd Duncan, Melanie Harwood Delbridge, Amelia Rood Crockett, Corry McPherson Crowe | Special Visitor! LDC Sarah Mitchell came for a week.

7: House Director | Evelyn Yaros, a Chi Omega alum and graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has been the Pi Phi House Mom since the fall of 2007. The women at Pi Phi know they are lucky to have a house director who selflessly and unconditionally cares for them. Miss Evelyn is a blessing -- a true angel.

8: All things grow better with love.

9: Pi Beta Phi University of Georgia 2010 - 2011

10: Our House | Pi Beta Phi House of Georgia Alpha: The Pi Phi house was originally built as a residence in the late 1800s and was purchased in 1939 for fraternity use. The two wings extending from each side of the original house were built in 1969 and 1970, adding thousands of square feet. And now during this summer of 2011, more renovations are being made for the benefit of the sophomore pledge classes who live in the house each year

11: Web Page | http://www.pibetaphi.org/pibetaphi/UGA/ | "The GA Alpha chapter of Pi Beta Phi is one of the 16 sororities on campus. It was installed on campus in 1939 and has members in more than 100 organizations on campus, ranging from AutismUGA to Relay for Life. .." | PPL

12: Spring Rush | New Member Program: Our new member program consists of a series of meetings designed to teach our newest members Pi Beta Phi’s history and symbols, while helping them develop lasting connections with their pledge. | New Member Coordinator: Alex Coules | Inspiration Days included:: On Monday, we had a toast to all of our soon to be initiated Pi Phi babies. On Tuesday, we had the 7 gift ceremony. Finally, on Friday, we had an initiation dinner.

13: Scholarship | We have study hours once a week at the house, and we have incentive boxes called "Good Grades" and "No Skippy" in which girls put their name for a drawing if they did not skip class or if they earned a good grade. We have started a new program called study buddies where an older girl mentors s, helping improve others' study habits while giving them advice on what classes, professors, and extracurricular activities to become involved in. | 3. 45 Spring Semester Average | Deans List Morgan Ackley, Vasilisa Barskova, Asia Bartlett, Kirstin Bergstrom, Sarah Bissell, Daniella Blackard, Molly Bond, Alexa Childs, Kelley Crane, Margaret Derby, Brooke Eidson, Cassie Fitzgerald, Rachel Harwood, Kristy Henderson, Nicole Hogan, Kaylan Holston, Kelly Hosch, Gina Hu, Bethany Johnson, Sarah Lowe, Nicole Mayberry, Mary Alice McBurney, Kim Morris, Kari Pena, Summer Peters, Caroline Robinson, Courtney Smith, Stephanie Talmadge, Sarah Tankersley, Taylor Vassios, Melissa Volpe, Emily Weissert, Katie Willliams | 4.0: Tori Alterman, Emily Anderson, Becca Clements, Elizabeth Crowley, Page Dickson, Carolyn Dilz, Sarah Duffy, Evelyn French, Hilary Hammock, Carrie Holt, Mackenzie Hull, Anne Karam, Rachel Scala, Abby Upshaw, Hannah Watson, Jamie Woodhead

14: Fraternity Heritage

15: An Archives Party was thrown for the freshman to teach them about the secrets and traditions of Pi Beta Phi. Fraternity Heritage was also emphasized during each Chapter meeting when ritual was recited. Founders' Day was a highlight of the semester. A "live composite" was built and several actives and alums acted out a Jeopardy skit as members of the original twelve founders. A Cookie shine was held after the event as a surprise for the alumnae. This semester also included both Mommy-Daughter and Daddy-Daughter days where the actives and their parents attended a Gym Dawgs meet and a UGA Baseball game respectively.

16: Philanthropy

17: Kick it with Pi Phi: VP Philanthropy Stephanie Horman brought a new game to the Greek Philanthropy table: a Kickball Tournament. The first annual Kick it with Pi Phi was held at the University's intramural fields and consisted of over twenty teams. Stephanie was pleased with the success of the tournament, and she knows that next year holds the opportunity for an even bigger event.

18: Chapter Values

19: Seniors

20: Campus Life

21: And Involvement

22: Campus Life | The Snow days delayed classes for three days in January. Saturday classes were held after the "Snowpocalypse." | Pi Phi competed well in Spring intramurals and other Greek philanthropies like Beta Choral Cup and ATO Tug | Pi Phis also volunteered to be a part of UGA Hero, UGA Miracle and UGA Relay For Life.Pi Phi had their annual Beau and Arrow Formal. This eyar it was held at the Fos Theater in Atlanta. | Rave was held at the end of the semester and was a successful date night organized by the VP Event Planning Alexis Dacy. She has done a great job keeping Pi Phi busy with fun activities. | UGA's President: Michael Adams | Panhellenic held a Chick-Fil-A percentage night where each Greek house competed.

23: - Asia Bartlett is the executive director of Dawg Camp and Executive director of AutismUGA. - Alex Coules is the executive director of Pink Ribbons, a student group organized to fight against Breast Cancer. - JC Nash and Brittany Sink were chosen to be on the executive board of UGA Relay For Life, the largest student organization on campus. - Elizabeth Crowley is a visitor center tour guide. - Allie Mazur and Anne Karam are in the Institute of Business Leadership. - Anne Karam is a Foundation Fellow. - Kristen Heetland was chosen to be on the executive board of UGA Hero - Jessica Charron and Carrie Holt had candlelights! | Brag Sheet

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