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I have finally graduated and am now looking for full time employment. I have been working at the gun store up in Huntsville for the past couple of months but am looking to move on to greener pastures. If anyone knows of any positions that may be available or know anyone who is looking to hire a recent college graduate I would very much appreciate the help of my brothers and my fellow alumni to help me find a steady job where I can get some entry level experience.
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!
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
The men of the Zeta Mu Chapter at Sam Houston State University recently welcomed Senior Leadership Consultant Matt Stark to Huntsville, Texas for his bi-annual visit. Matt presented information on the chapter’s progress in the eyes of National HQ, met with chapter officers, spoke with the school’s Greek Life officials, and gave specialized information on how to amp-up Zeta Mu’s Signature Event.
My name is Adam Howell and I have been recently elected as the replacement liaison between the active Zeta Mu chapter and it’s alumni. I am a Junior as of this past summer and am looking forward to another year in Huntsville.
As of now, Career Day has been scheduled at noon on Saturday, October 13th at the Zeta Mu lodge in Huntsville.
I just received a request for a lawn mower and weed eater for the ATO lodge in Huntsville. If anyone has a working one they could donate, please contact Jace Koonce at jace [dot] koonce34 [at] gmail [dot] com.
On April 19th, 2012 the Zeta Mu chapter of Alpha Tau Omega gathered at the Oakwood cemetery in Huntsville, Texas for the signature event of the semester. The chapter holds a ceremony every year to honor General Sam Houston and replace the tattered flags flying over his grave with new ones. This year our key note speaker was Mayor of Huntsville Mac Woodward. The event was a huge success with various members of the community attending.
In support of the Sam Houston State University Bearkat football program, the City of Huntsville will light the Sam Houston statue in orange for tomorrow night’s playoff game. According to City of Huntsville Community Services Director Matt Lumpkins, the statue will remain orange as long as the Bearkats are in the playoffs. “Using orange lenses over the spotlights we have on the Sam Houston statue, the City will turn Sam orange for the playoff game,” Lumpkins said.
The Sam Houston State University Bearkats football team has now won a total of 12 games in the 2011 season and continues to hold its #1-ranking in NCAA Division 1 FCS (Football Championship Subdivision). The Bearkats defeated the Stony Brook University Seawolves 34-27 in round 2 of the subdivision playoffs on Saturday, December 3 before a crowd of 8,100 fans at Bowers Stadium in Huntsville, TX.