This fall, the brothers of Phi Sigma Pi participated in a variety of service events. Whether it was planning and implementing the 8th annual “Pi Mile”, a 5k run or walk which raised $3,500 for Gateway Community Service or spreading holiday joy in our first every holiday caroling, the brothers of Phi Sigma Pi worked hard to service the community in which we are a part of.

This semester the service committee for Phi Sigma Pi is planning a wide selection of exciting service opportunities. First, on January 16, 2005, the Brothers of Phi Sigma Pi will head up their own work crew for the “Into the Streets” day of service in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. There will also be service events with the retirement community at Hamilton House and the always popular Special Olympics Area 8 basketball tournament. Service is just one of the three legs of the tripod, but the goal of the service committee is to keep brothers excited about service EVERY DAY. The service committee will continue to ask brothers to contribute “sacrifices” to our jar of sacrifices which is kept on display at each meeting. Brothers will also continue to hold supplies drives for Teach for America (our Fraternity’s National Philanthropy) as well as hold a Phi Sigma Pi C.A.R.E.S. event in which brothers will work to promote reading in our local area. These are just a few of the events we have planned for our brothers this semester.

Please continue to look for information about upcoming service events on the website.

The current Service Co-Chairs are Jeremy Moss and Amanda Baranowski