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2013 Annual Report: The Torch

The 2013 Annual Report: The Torch is now available to view online. In The Torch, readers will find a full honor roll of donors who gave in 2013, a total assets comparison from audited financial statements, a list of 2013 Ewing T. Boles Society members, testimonials from donors on why they give, and most importantly, a breakdown of how the Foundation continued to support Phi Kappa Tau’s mission and provide financial assistance for its members in 2013. 

Click here to view the 2013 Annual Report: The Torch.

Every attempt has been made to ensure the information contained in The Torch (print and online versions) is accurate. Accuracy and professionalism are two objectives the Foundation strives for and if an error is found, the Foundation will find an appropriate means to rectify the mistake.

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 This Week in Phi Tau History

August 22-28 John Brash Bill Brash and Jay McCann during the Candlelight Ceremony

Aug. 25-31

Aug. 25—The "Victory Convention" held at Lake Wawasee, Ind., to celebrate the end of WWI and morn the deaths of 151 Phi Taus who died in the war (1947).

Aug. 26—The term "associate" was approved by convention action at the 40th National Convention held in Chase Park Plaza St. Louis (1970).

Aug. 27—The 15th National Convention met in Kansas City, Mo., at the Muehlebach Hotel. Delegates voted to publish an official song book of Fraternity songs(1925) and The National Headquarters Building was dedicated in Oxford, Ohio (1931).

Aug. 28—To end the 42nd National Convention, Bill Jenkins lead the members in the Candle Light Ceremony for the first time (1975).

Aug. 29—Roland Maxwell from Southern California is elected national president at the 24th National  Convention in Lafayette, Ind. (1934).

Aug. 30—The 13th National Convention convened at the Phoenix Hotel in Lexington, Ky. Delegates approved the making of the first Membership Manual (1923).


 


 
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