It is with great pleasure that we unveil our newly elected Executive Board for the 2017 Academic Year. The past three weeks, we held a series of elections to carefully select individuals for each of the officer positions within the fraternity. We are very excited to see where this new enthusiastic Executive leadership will take the Chapter. We wish them the best of luck in the upcoming year. Here are the newly elected officers for Triangle Fraternity:
VP of Treasury
VP of Communications
VP of Recruitment
VP of Social
VP of Membership Development
VP of Academics
VP of Judicial Board
Risk Management Chair
Today, a devoted group of eight Triangles volunteered as a part of the Fall Clean Up program. We had a great group of Triangles show up and participate in two different service projects across the city of Fort Collins. We spent several hours raking up leaves, pruning, cleaning, and getting to know locals. We had a great time meeting and helping those in our local community and we look forward to next year’s Fall Clean Up.
Today, Triangle Fraternity hosted our 4th annual Triangle Parent/Alumni Brunch. The brunch featured a collection of active members of Triangle along with their parents and various alumni. The event, hosted and planned by House Manager/ Alumni Relations Chair Andre Hochmuth was a great success, with nearly 30 people in attendance. Actives were able to meet and socialize with parents and graduated members of the fraternity. The food provided was cooked by active members and consisted of homemade eggs, pancakes, and fruit. Parents were able to direct questions about the fraternity and its values towards the executive leaders. As our chapter continues to grow, this event will only become a bigger and more extravagant event. We look forward to seeing you next year!
Triangle Fraternity will be hosting a video game fundraising event in the LSC room 382 on October 27th from 4:00 to 6:00 pm. The fee to enter the event is $5 per person in cash or card, which will go towards buying video games for kids in the Denver children’s hospital from donating to a nonprofit organization called Child’s Play. We will be giving away tickets at the door for a chance to win prizes near the end of the event including gift cards for video games from Games Ahoy in Loveland and donated items from Mugs Coffee. We will have video games set up around the room (mainly Mario Kart) that everyone can play throughout the event. The event will be a blast and I hope to see you there!
At this year’s annual Fall Clean-up, Triangle gathered our largest group in years, consisting of over thirty men. We spent the day cleaning up the community and meeting local Fort Collins neighbors. Triangle Fraternity itself sponsored three different service projects all aimed at helping local residents with their yard work. Members were tasked with raking leaves, cleaning up yards, and socializing with important members of the community. Triangle made a huge difference in completing this community service event, helping to foster a positive connection between the community and CSU.
The annual Triangle Parent/Alumni Brunch featured a collection of active members of Triangle along with their parents and various alumni. The event, hosted and planned by House Manager/ Alumni Relations Chair Harry Houlton was a great success, with near 50 people in attendance. Actives were able to meet and socialize with parents and graduated members of the fraternity. The food provided was cooked by active members and consisted of homemade omelettes, pancakes, and fruit. The Brunch was followed up with a brief presentation about Triangle Fraternity’s recent Leadership Advantage Program. Parents were able to direct questions about the fraternity and its values towards the executive leaders. As our chapter continues to grow, this event will only become a bigger and more extravagant event, an event that Triangle looks forward to hosting year after year.