The Kentucky Eta chapter of Phi Delta Theta is incredibly honored and excited to announce that we are the 2015-2016 winners of the Iron Phi “Clark Jackson Award!” The Clark Jackson award is given to the chapter who raises the most money towards Iron Phi during the fiscal year. Kentucky Eta did just that in raising $17,671.50!
We would like to extend a huge thank you to everyone who donated, supported, or participated in our efforts. Also, congratulations to our 10 Brothers who met their goal of $1,000, and encourage the other 20 members who are striving to become Iron Phi’s to continue raising money, and ultimately helping lead the fight against ALS!
As always, Phi Delta Theta is proud to have such a strong and unique partnership with the ALS Association, commonly known as “Lou Gehrig’s Disease,” to help raise awareness and money in honor of our brother, the Iron Horse himself- Lou Gehrig. The impact that the Iron Phi program has had in these efforts is remarkable, and each any every person who has contributed to this cause, become an Iron Phi, or provided encouragement and support is to thank!
2015-2016 Iron Phi Achievements:
-Iron Phi Chapter (minimum $10,000 raised)
-10 Brothers with $1,000+ Raised
- Cody Lunsford $3,005
- Joe Dan Beavers $1,600
- Collin Ray $1,514
- Kyle Smith $1,106
- Robbie Harless $1,100
- Eric Thomas $1,098
- Josh Wellum $1,077
- Matt Bunnell $1,068
- Dalton Godbey $1,014
- Bailey Dalhquist $1,001
-5 Iron Phi’s (Raised $1,000 & Completed event.)
- Cody Lunsford – Ran 5k, 10k, 10-Miler
- Collin Ray – Golfed 108 Holes of Golf in one weekend.
- Eric Thomas – Hit 2,130 Softballs in one day.
- Matt Bunnell – Golfed 108 Holes of Golf in one weekend
- Dalton Godbey – Ran 5k, 10k, 10-Miler
-Clark Jackson Award Recipients $17,671.50