FIJI/Farmhouse Chili Cook-Off for Africa

For Spring 2014, Chi Eta is partnering with the brothers of FarmHouse for a Chili Cook-Off to benefit the Kurasini Orphanage in Tanzania. Various campus organizations will be creating their best chili and bringing it to this event where people will get to taste and rank their favorite ones. The Chili Cook-Off will take place at the WKU Intramural fields on Saturday, March 29, from 1-4 in the afternoon. If your group wants to submit a chili, contact Zach Miller at (606) 231-7292. Each chili submission is $50. Early tickets for entry to the event are $6 and cost $7 at the door. To get your ticket got to the following link: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/fijifarmhouse-chili-cook-off-for-africa-tickets-10841562405?aff=efbevent. We hope to see you there!

chili cookoff

Inaugural Spring Luau

Saturday April 9th, 2011 the Chi Eta Chapter hosted its first spring philanthropy event. The inaugural Bowling Green Spring Luau was held to raise money for Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Central Kentucky. The event took place at Bruster’s Real Ice Cream on Scottsville Road. The carnival themed luau had much to offer from games like the balloon pop, beanbag toss, duck-o-war, and pie a Fiji to food, face painting, arts and crafts, and inflatable bouncy houses. The fun and games lasted until 7pm, and ended with a concert by local talented Fijis Dallas Wilson, Jordan Minton, and Ben Hussung among others. The sunset and concert was a relaxing finish to a hot, busy, and successful day. With sponsorships from Kohl’s, UPS and Bruster’s the chapter was able to donate  over $2,000 to Big Brothers Big Sisters.

Inaugural BG Spring Luau

The men of Phi Gamma Delta will be hosting the Inaugural Bowling Green Spring Luau benefiting Big Brothers Big Sisters of South Central Kentucky.

The event will take place this Saturday, April 9, at Bruster’s Real Ice Cream on Scottsville Road from noon to 7 p.m.  From noon to five, booths ranging from face painting to inflatable games will be set up for kids of all ages to enjoy.

A concert will start at 5 with local talent headlining the final two hours.

Admission to the event is free with game tickets costing fifty cents.  Armbands which grant unlimited access to all games will be available for ten dollars.

Be sure to come out and see some of your local favorites as Axel, the Hot Rods Mascot, and the loveable Big Red will be around throughout the day.

You will not want to miss what is sure to become Bowling Green’s next must go to event.

We hope to see you there!

 

 

Date a Delta

Date a Delta
Date a Delta

The Delta pledge class held the ever first Date a Delta event Wednesday April 14, 2010 in the Mass Media Auditorium. The philanthropic event raised funds to go towards Fiji’s Across America, which is benefiting Alzheimer’s research. After a couple rounds of questions and talent show, the girls began bidding for a one-on-one date with the guys. Three of the brothers riding across country made a surprise appearance and were auctioned off for dates as well. The event concluded with over $500 raised for Alzheimer’s research. We hope to make this an annual event.