April Newsletter

Pi Beta Phi

Greek Discovery Day

Our recruitment chairs, Ali Duval and Liz Bess, did a phenomenal job in preparing our girls for Greek Discovery Day. It went off without a hitch and we cannot WAIT for recruitment.
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Greek Awards

Pi Phi brought home hardware again! We received Best New Member Class (thanks to our new member coordinator, Amanda Jones, her team, and PC 15), Outstanding Sports Woman: Mallory Bourgoeis, Outstanding Panhellenic Sophomore: Rylee Pittman, and Outstanding Member of the Year: Sarah Sauer.
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Hannah Jackson and Kelli Haworth were our girls that put on Mom's Day with help from our parents club president, Stacey West! Thank you guys for your hard work. Moms day was lovely!

Spring Sing

This years Spring Sing performance was called "Zero to Hero" and it explained the Greek Gods. Our directors were Caroline Rykard, Jenna Linholm, Kennedy Villalon, Taylor Hadwiger and Megan Moffer. Although our show was incredible (by far the best in our book), it did not place. But do not feel sorry for us! The cast had great humor (and were still very proud of their show and the friendships they made), even making shirts that said "We Tried".
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PTK Date Party

PTK (Pi Phi, Theta, Kappa) is our annual hippy-themed date party. Liz Bess, China Scott and Hanna Smith did a wonderful job in planning it.

Founder's Day

This years founder's day celebration was organized by Miranda Brown. She and London Wolski (pictured below) made hundreds of homemade arrow cookies the day before! She organized the entire day, which honored our founders. Several alumni attended and were reminded why they love Pi Phi so much!
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We had several girls run the Oklahoma City Half Marathon and our very own Carly Greenhaw ran the full!! Congratulations girls!
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Calf Fry

The best weekend of the year for many! This year, the line up was stacked with great country artists, so of course our girls rolled out looking cute as ever.

Senior Farewell

We had a reception to honor our seniors last week. Our seniors told us what their future plans were and advice that they had for underclassmen. They also all got "superlatives" that their little's assigned them. PC 12 is pretty incredible and they will be missed very much.
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