May 21, 2012

Hello Region 1!

Well overdue for an update!  I hope the year has treated you all well.

Congratulations to our Region 1 Leadership team! 

Lisa Brandon – Section 94 Chair.
Kim Usselman – Section 96 Chair.
Paul Galuskin – Section 97 Chair.
Lillian Mondaro – Section 101 Chair.
Rachel Donohue – Section 102 Chair.

Congratulations and thank you for your service and dedication to the Region!  I would also like to take this opportunity to thank Ashlee Iber (94), Stephanie Savoia-Pearl (97), Bradford Chiappetta (101) and Simon Robertson (102) for your service this past year - it was a pleasure working with you, and we wish you all the best in your future (APO or otherwise) endeavors!

Spring 2012 Wrap Up

Congratulations to our graduating seniors!  We wish you the best of luck, and hope you are always able to call Region 1 “home” :)

Active Brothers and Alumni Volunteers – As the academic year comes to a close, and summer vacation begins, please make every effort to work with your chapters to resolve any paperwork and requirements for good standing.  There are still a chapter or two that are missing Charter Reaffirmation, Pledge, and Initiate submissions, as well as NSW and graduating seniors reporting.  PLEASE WORK TO RESOLVE THESE ISSUES BY JULY 31st, as that is the close of our fiscal year.  I would love to have 100% of our chapters in good standing for the year, as we were able to do so for 2010-2011.  Most of these issues can be resolved by the click of a mouse, so please take the time to get this done.

THINGAMAJIG - Region 1 Summer Staff Meeting

We're on for July 20-22!  It will be held at Camp Rocky Craig in Stamford, CT.

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Alpha Phi Omega is the national, co-educational, service fraternity that sets the standard for campus-based volunteerism. For three-quarters of a century, Alpha Phi Omega has made a positive difference in the lives of college men and women and has helped to improve the quality of life for individuals in need. Nearly 300,000 students have been initiated into Alpha Phi Omega since our founding on December 16, 1925, and our current Membership exceeds 17,000 students at approximately 350 colleges and universities. If you would like to learn more about the organization itself, please visit our National Organization's Website.