Kappa Kappa Psi Southeast District Ronald J. Sarjeant Award
On July 22, 2012, Kappa Kappa Psi and the South Carolina State University Band program lost a great advocate and teacher when Ronald J. Sarjeant passed away. From 1993 to 2000, Mr. Sarjeant served the fraternity as Southeast District Governor and during this time countless brothers had the opportunity to learn from him. Mr. Sarjeant's legacy will continue to be felt in our fraternity and our district through the members he mentored. We are a better fraternity due to his service to the brotherhood.

This award is meant to recognize the chapter who has branched out in the best way from their own college and university. We will be looking for the chapter that has reached out to other chapters through the Eighth Note, attending District Convention and DLC, and running for parliamentarian and district office. We want to see the chapter that contributed most to the welfare of the brotherhood for the entire Southeast District

DUE BY MARCH 17TH, 2017 AT 11:59PM EST

Chapter Designation
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Chapter School
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Chapter President
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President Email
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Number of Active Members in Chapter
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Which of the following has your Chapter submitted to host within the last year?
Note: Other can include Special District Events that your chapter has put on
Indicate the number of Brothers who attended District Leadership Conference 2017
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Indicate the number of Brothers who attended Southeast District Convention 2016
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Indicate the number of Brothers who have run for District Office (Including Parliamentarian)
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How many brothers from your school submitted an application to serve on the Eighth Note Committee
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How has your chapter been active in interacting with other chapters?
Ex: Pen Pal Program, Meeting/visiting another chapter, etc.
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Do you feel your chapter has done something specific that served as a great act of brotherhood?
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DUE BY MARCH 15TH, 2017 AT 11:59PM EST
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