Pi Beta Phi Day in Tennessee

We must say, it is a pretty big deal to have a whole day dedicated to your sorority from any Governor. We would like to congratulate the sisters of Pi Beta Phi in Tennessee and nation wide to earn such an honor from Governor, Bill Haslam through the official State of Tennessee Proclamation. On November 3rd, the State of Tennessee will honor the commitments Pi Phi’s have made over 100 years committing to philanthropic services. Since 1912, Pi Beta Phi is still dedicating their time to education, literacy and continues the tradition of philanthropy services today through its literacy motto, “Read. Lead. Achieve.” Though established in 1897 at Monmouth College in Illinois, Pi Beta Phi has over 135 chapters, and 300 or more alumni organizations world wide. Not only does Pi Beta Phi strive for their literacy motto and provide for each community to become more literate, they also promote friendship, developing women of intellect and integrity, & harvest for better leadership! While Pi Beta Phi is advocating their “Read. Lead. Achieve.” program they are also working towards developing more mature reading skills with their “Champions are Readers” program as well, which is its Canadian philanthropy Arrow in the Arctic and its partnership with First Book. It is clear these women are keeping very busy, so we hope they enjoy all their success, achievements, and greater good on such a special day this upcoming Saturday, November 3rd! For more info, visit www.pibetaphi.org or http://www.knoxnews.com/news/2012/oct/29/yournews-governor-declares-a-pi-beta-phi-fraternit/?partner=RSS