Welcome to Zeta Phi's cyber home. It's hard to believe we moved in only a month ago. You may already notice some changes since our humble beginnings. We'll promise to keep moving around the 'furniture' so that you'll want to return often. Our latest update involves adding faces to the names. Thanks to our past editor Mary Lynn Kostash the first pictures are posted. Don't forget to visit the Scrapbook & enjoy!
Retreat '99 From left to right: Laura Williams, Ann Dobec, Kathy Santha, Shelley O'Donnell, Elizabeth Obermeyer-Kostash, Lisa Keleher, Mia Manson & Nikki Puritch
Our Objective ~
Our lofty aspirations include to ultimately provide Zeta Phi Alumnae with an easy and fun way to stay in touch with each other and the chapter's happenings. In order to accomplish this, we strive to continually update our information and content. We invite you to visit often and explore our site and the suggested links. Help us 'decorate' our new home: your comments (roses as well as thorns!) will be key to making our site - your site - a success. Our guestbook's pages are waiting to be filled. We appreciate you surfing in - make yourself at home & stay a while!
Zeta Phi: Past, Present & Future ...
We've come a long way baby! From our founding days in Hamilton, Ontario, as an independent sorority (good ol'Kappa Delta Psi - some may even remember Kappa Psi!?) to joining the Alpha Gamma Delta international circle of sisterhood in 1991, to becoming a Junior Circle and eventually graduating to Almunae Chapter in 1995, we've upheld the high ideals as described in our Fraternity's Purpose. Although our undergraduate chapter at our Alma Mater, McMaster University, did not survive, we as Alumnae Chapter continue to grow. On November 29th, Tau helped us initiate Lissa Ferris and Shelley O'Donnell. Three cheers to our new 'Sisters by Choice!' Start planning ahead to attend the initiation of Maria Puopolo on April 14th.
times since January 30, 2000.
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This site is designed & maintained by Christel Kuiper Last updated on February 27, 2000.
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