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Brothers, we will be having initiation for the Sigma pledge class on January 27 (Sunday) at 8pm at the lodge. As everyone knows, initiation is a big deal and we would enjoy having some of our Zeta Mu alumni there with us. Hope to see some of you there.
L&R, Garrett Ashcraft
Is anyone from the Zeta Mu Chapter Going? Did anyone get the email. I would like to see more of our chapter attend this happy hour?
ATO Happy Hour: January 24th
Last nights strong winds toppled a pine tree into the parking lot of the ATO lodge in Huntsville. That was the only tree that fell in the area. Luckily the tree missed brother Juan Luis Macias’ truck which was parked in the next parking spot. No damage was done to the lodge!
Ann (Jeff Council’s better-half) info follows for The Brothers:
A few weeks ago, Ann took a test designed to read calcium build-up in the body. The test results were alarmingly high and she was directed to visit her cardiologist. The cardiologist scheduled a heart cath which was performed last week at Oak Bend in Richmond. The cath showed blockages and subsequenly, bypass surgery was performed this past Monday at Methodist Sugar Land. The triple bypass surgery was a success.
The undergraduate ATOs at SHSU recently selected the semester chapter award winners. Listed below are the awards and the respective winners. Some of the sillier awards are listed towards the bottom. Iff you need an explanation for an award, find and undergraduate brother and ask.
- Best Bro: Jonathon Lee & Zach Crowder
- Most likely to be successful: Zach Crowder
- Comeback Kid: Briggs Milburn
- Rookie of the Year: Ryan McCarthy
- Most Personable: Jonathon Lee
Brothers Mike Ritchie, Justin Nebelkopf, Zach Crowder (pictured) & Matt Burr all walked-the stage yesterday, December 14th, 2012.
Slideshow of photos by Cynthia Davis from the 2012 ATO/Dons Festivities at the 2012 Sam Houston State University homecoming weekend in Huntsville Texas. #RuRah
Before Thanksgiving break began, several brothers of the Zeta Mu chapter gathered together to participate in a brotherhood ping pong tournament. The event took place in the garage of a house that a few members live in off campus. Twelve brothers participated in the tournament that lasted about two and a half hours. Each match was played the best out of three games and each game was played to twenty one points.