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TKE Receives National Awards
11.01.12 |

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Recently, the Rho-Chi Chapter of Tau Kappa Epsilon at Lebanon Valley College was recognized by their national organization for their hard work and aptitude in the past academic year. TKE received four awards in the following categories: excellence in community service, alumni involvement, extracurricular activities, and GPA.

The LVC TKE chapter was the only chapter in their province to receive such awards. TKE strives to better the community and completed more than 1,000 hours of community service and raised $5,000 for the American Cancer Society through LVC's Relay for Life last year.

Tau Kappa Epsilon is the first national social fraternity to receive college recognition and approval. Formal acceptance into the national organization occurred in 1988. Tau Kappa Epsilon is a brotherhood of men who support each other's mental, moral, and social development. Since its founding in 1899, more than 255,000 men of good character have become members. TKE currently operates chapters and colonies on 280 college campuses across the United States and Canada, which makes it the largest college social fraternity in the world.

Members of Tau Kappa Epsilon value scholarship, character, leadership, teamwork, service, and brotherhood. They aim to make a positive difference in society, and strive to become better men for a better world.

For more information about TKE or to join, visit www.tke.px or contact fraternity president Shane Miller at

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