Kappa Theta Psi

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Letter to Alumni

Posted by Walker Mask on February 11, 2011 at 3:37 PM

Dear Kappa Theta Psi Alumnus,

            Hello sir, my name is Nick Smith and I am the current Master of Archives and the fraternity has some things we would like to share with you and also ask your input on. First off, I would like you to know that the Kappa Theta Psi Fraternity is doing well. We are currently at fourteen members after seeing two members graduate in December and one transfer to another college. We are very excited and confident that we will continue to grow to the numbers we had inthe past. We are also currently looking at the prospect of moving back into the Kappa house on fraternity row but are unsure if this goal will be realized in 2011 or if it will have to wait until 2012. We will also be starting upproduction of The Diamond again next year, which is where the thought of this letter originated along with the creation of a Kappa website. In regards to The Diamond, we were wondering if sending it by email would be acceptable as it would be much cheaper and more environmentally friendly. We would like your input on this matter and an updated email address and any other information you would like us to have. Our website, kappathetapsi.webs.com, is something we would also like your input on. We have a part of the site in which you can become a member and we encourage you to do so. By doing that, you will have access to everything on the site itself and also the meeting minutes of each week and The Diamond when it is published. We have also recently created an alumni page in which we will post by class year names of people involved in the fraternity and a short bio and picture if you would like to send one to us. The website also shows our philanthropy, calendar of events, info on current members, history, and photos. These and a few other things will also be outlined in The Diamond when it is produced next fall. If you would like to respond through email, you can email me at [email protected] Thank you for your time and we hope to hear from you soon.

                                                                                                            Sincerely,

                                                                                                                        Your Kappa Brothers

 

 

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