The Delta Zeta Alumni Association wants to extend to all of our Brothers who have birthdays in March the warmest and happiest birthday wishes for a wonderful day!
Those celebrating this month are:
Galen Brent Hebert – March 2nd
John Neff – March 7th
Matthew Deem – March 8th
Quincy Banis – March 25th
Best wishes to each and every one of you, as well as all of our other Brothers who are celebrating birthdays in March (and who we may have missed in the above list)!
Brother Latoski is back up on the stage, as his latest play opens this weekend at the Shoestring Theatre in Lake Helen.
This time around, Brother Latoski is portraying Claude Stevens, a married man who gets caught up in his friend Ted’s scheme to pull one over the eyes of Ted’s uncle, who holds the purse-strings to all of Ted’s money. “Right Bed, Wrong Husband” is a comedy of epic proportions, filled with mistaken identities, quick-thinking scams, and tons of laughs. But the real question you have to ask yourself is … just how many people will Brother Latoski end up in bed with?
“Right Bed, Wrong Husband” opens on Friday, March 6, 2015 and runs every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday through March 22, 2015. If you’re in the area (or even if you’re not!), plan a Friday or Saturday evening out (or a Sunday afternoon adventure) to come support Brother Latoski in his seventh play at the Shoestring.
More information about the play and how to purchase tickets can be found at the website, http://shoestringtheatre.net/index.html
The final board position up for election this April is the position of Treasurer, currently held by Brother Ryan Suarez. When asked about his position, he provided the following:
The position of the Treasurer is probably the best position to hold within the DZAA executive board. It is easy, you only need basic mathematical skills, and without the Treasurer, nothing can be done! So pretty much, you are more important than the rest of the Board, because you hold the “mullah.”
The primary duties of the Treasurer include:
- Maintain constant contact with the financial institution that holds the DZAA’s funds;
- Provide the DZAA with monthly balances;
- Create a yearly functional operating budget for the DZAA;
- Make deposits of all checks and cash received from fundraising and other DZAA events;
- Make payment to accounts such as the IRS, website maintenance, business registration, etc;
- Research possible investment options to earn the DZAA higher returns on its savings;
- Send invoices to all eligible alumni for payment of dues;
- Maintain contact with the Chi Phi National Office regarding the DZAA scholarship account;
- Be in constant contact with all other Board members; and
- Be present at all executive board meetings.
So, in a nutshell, those are the “ins” and “outs” of the Treasurer position. You cannot fail unless you steal our money! And you don’t want to do that, as there will be dire consequences.
If you have any questions regarding this, or any of the other positions on the Board, please do not hesitate to contact us.