The 81st Biennial Convention of Phi Delta Theta was held in Savannah, Georgia. Representing Kentucky Eta at convention was previous General Headquarters president Charley Pride, CAB Chairman Joe Morel, Undergraduate voting delegate Eric Thomas, and current Chapter President Matthew Bunnell. During the convention, they attended several General Council sessions to learn about the strategic vision of the Fraternity “Phi Delt 2020,” and vote on important matters for future success of Phi Delta Theta internationally.
During the awards luncheon, Kentucky Eta received the “Bigger’s Ritual Award,” and “Gold Star Chapter” for their hard work and accomplishments during the 2015-2016 academic year. During the Grand Banquet awards ceremony, Brother Charley Pride was awarded the “Legion of Honor” award for outstanding and continual lifelong service and dedication to the Fraternity. The Legion of Honor award is the highest individual distinction that any member of the Phi Delta Theta can receive.
During free time at convention, our brothers enjoyed their stay in beautiful, historic Savannah, Georgia with fellow brothers from across the country. Participating in the Savannah Iron Phi 5k event, Taking steamboat tours, and walking around enjoying the Historical parks, and variety of local restaurants. The 82nd Biennial Convention of Phi Delta Theta will be in 2018 in San Antonio, Texas.