Your friends, your career, your family—do you see Phi Delt in any of them? Setting priorities is no easy task, but I hope that you would consider your affiliation with Indiana Epsilon be one that you hold close to your heart.
In order for the chapter to grow and improve, it must remain a priority with each of its alumni. Your support is critical in keeping Indiana Epsilon strong for future members. The undergraduates have been hard at work celebrating 150 years of continuous operation, recruiting 14 excellent Phikeia, and excelling in sports with brothers on the soccer team attending the conference championship and the football team winning their first conference title in 15 years. Additionally, the undergraduates are focusing in on numerous philanthropic events to help better the chapter, university, and community. They are currently working with the LiveLikeLou Foundation to sponsor a family in the area by assisting with grocery shopping, yard work, and spending time with the children. In the meantime, our House Corporation has been diligently assessing the needs of the chapter to determine which projects and programs require our immediate attention.
After a successful 150th anniversary year, the House Corporation is planning for the future with a growing chapter and ever-changing facility. The majority of the house has been renovated over the last several years, but we are still focused on mechanical upgrades and energy efficiency.
Contributions to the 2019 Indiana Epsilon Annual Fund will support new window installation over the next two years, enhance the chapter’s study room, and add several new bedrooms to meet the needs of a larger chapter. Many members would like to live in the chapter house, but we simply do not have the bed space!
Please consider this opportunity and help the organization that made such an impact on your life. By making Indiana Epsilon a priority, you are establishing its importance to you and creating a legacy for the chapter to cherish and build upon.
Yours in the Bond,
Jon Bond ’97
House Corporation President
Andrew Cole ’11
Kevin Christman ’88
CAB Alumni Relations Advisor
Joe Lugis ’65
House Corporation Secretary