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DePauw's Delta Chi Chapter Receives 2 National Awards

DePauw's Delta Chi Chapter Receives 2 National Awards

August 18, 2004

Wednesday, August 18, 2004, Greencastle, Ind. - Delta Chi’s chapter at DePauw University received two awards at the fraternity's 54th international convention in Washington, D.C. The chapter was honored for "Most Man Hours Donated for Region V," and Ben Betz, a member of the Class of 2004, received the "'E' (Alumni Relations) Key Award."  At the convention, Delta Chi chapters from across the United States and Canada were recognized for their accomplishments in various areas of operation, and also received individual recognition for outstanding service and dedication to the fraternity.

“With so many positive things being done by Delta Chi chapters and by other fraternities across North America, it is great to see some of these men getting the public acknowledgment they deserve,” says Ray Galbreth, executive director of Delta Chi. “We hope to see them continue to be a positive influence on the DePauw campus.”

Last year, Delta Chi chapters and colonies across North America supported 486 service and philanthropy activities involving 27,664 man-hours, raising $170,732 for charity. Delta Chi was founded as a law fraternity in 1890 at Cornell University.  The DePauw chapter was chartered two years later.  Visit the fraternity online by clicking here.