UWRF Phi Mu Chapter Association Wins National Award
JULY 31, 2008--ORLANDO, FLA-- The Phi Mu Zeta Sigma Chapter Association was named "Outstanding Chapter Association" at the 2008 Phi Mu Fraternity National Convention, held June 25-29.
The Phi Mu Zeta Sigma Chapter Association consists of Phi Mu alumnae from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. The association was developed in 2006 and includes more than 30 members who live in Wisconsin, Minnesota and Iowa.
The award was accepted by Lynn (Storlien) McGraw, a 1991 graduate of the UWRF. She lives in Cottage Grove, Minn., and currently serves as chapter association treasurer. Storlien-McGraw was also recently named a national officer of Phi Mu Fraternity for the 2008-10 biennium.
In addition to Storlien-McGraw, Zeta Sigma Chapter Association officers include: Cindy (Dipprey) Boggess, a 2004 UWRF graduate, of Prescott, Wis.; Beth (Berzelius) Tietz, a 2005 UWRF graduate, of Bloomington, Minn.; Michelle (Jarvis) Uetz, a 2001 UWRF graduate, of Ames, Iowa; Joan (Drager) Korfhage, a 1989 UWRF graduate, of Prescott, Wis.; and Megan (Hughes) Kerr, a 1989 (B.S.) and 1998 (M.E.P.D.) UWRF graduate, of River Falls, Wis.
Phi Mu Fraternity was founded in 1852 as a women's organization at Wesleyan College in Macon, Ga. Today, Phi Mu Fraternity has chapters across the United States and nearly 150,000 collegiate and alumnae members.
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