Phi Delta Theta Fraternity is proud to announce the installation of the Kentucky Epsilon Chapter at the University of Kentucky. The colony members’ hard work and dedication earned them their charter at their installation ceremony that occurred on the weekend of April 6-8, 2018.
On April 7, colony members gathered at the Scottish Rite Temple in Lexington, Kentucky for their initiation ceremony. Led by General Council Reporter Moe Stephens, the ceremony was performed by Alex Atkinson (Director of Expansion), Tyler Wilson (Colony Development Specialist), Tony Ambrose (Province President), CAB members and local alumni from the Kentucky area.
On April 8, the sixty colony members, alumni, University of Kentucky administrators, GHQ representatives, friends, and family gathered at the Doubletree Hotel for the Kentucky Epsilon Installation Banquet. Presided over by Moe Stephens, the colony officially received its original 100+ year-old charter and official recognition of its chapter status.
The newly installed Kentucky Epsilon Chapter of Phi Delta Theta would like to extend thanks to the members of the Scottish Rite Temple for letting them use their wonderful location, the representatives of other chapters, alumni, GHQ representatives, UK administrators, and Tony Ambrose for making sure that this weekend was a success and a solid starting point for their future as a chapter in Phi Delta Theta.
Phi Delta Theta is very excited to welcome Kentucky Epsilon back as a chapter and to congratulate its newest brothers! We look forward to seeing their future unfold and sharing their success!