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Let your Love for Pi Phi Shine Through in February! 

KCShineThroughShow your LOVE for Pi Phi during February by giving to the Pi Beta Phi Foundation's Shine Through CampaignIt's as simple as making a generous donation through the alumnae club during February!

Donations will be credited to you, as an individual donor, and will also count toward the Greater Kansas City Alumnae Club’s annual giving to the Foundation Literacy Fund. It’s a win for everyone!

• Donation checks should be made payable to the Pi Beta Phi Foundation and mailed to Cindy Svec, 12820 Haskins, Overland Park, KS 66213 or donations can be made online  

• Help us show the Foundation how much we love Pi Phi by giving to the Shine Through Campaign. 
• Contact Cindy Svec or Ann Crampton

Save-the-Date for these 2017-18 events 
Progressive Pi Phis — Thursday Sept. 28, 2017

Pi Phi Theater Tour — Oct. 19-23, 2017

JMcGlaughlin Sip and Shop (to benefit our philanthropy) — Oct. 27-28

Wine Shine Fundraiser for the Scholarship & Special Needs Fund — early November 2017 weeknight

Holiday Luncheon — Dec. 9, 2017 at Rye

Local Fraternity Day of Service — early March 2018

Founders' Day and Golden Arrow Celebration — April 27, 2018

Mother Goose of all Happy Hours — early May 2018

Support the club experience for all Pi Phis in the metro by paying your dues now!  

 NPCThe Greater Kansas City Alumnae Panhellenic, of which the GKCAC is a member, recently was named an honorable mention recipient of the 2015-2017 Harriet Macht Outstanding Alumnae Panhellenic Award from the National Panhellenic Conference (NPC).  This award recognizes the success of the group in the areas of communication, programming, scholarship, philanthropic and community service. The organization was also received the NPC National Citation of Merit and the NPC Programming Excellence Award for its work in providing outstanding support to the sorority experience through marketing/publicity, philanthropic involvement, scholarship, and sorority education in the community. Pi Phi Linda Magee led the GKCAP programming for the past year.   
NPC is the umbrella organization charged with advocating on behalf of the sorority experience. It is comprises 26 national and international autonomous sororities. Collectively, NPC sororities are located on more than 670 campuses with approximately 380,000 undergraduate members in more than 3,200 chapters. Alumnae are represented in more than 3,000 associations throughout the world.


 Past club presidents at Pi Beta Phi Convention 2017 

 club presidents

Ann Crampton, 2017-19 club president, was joined by Jennifer Wenzel, Joanna Glaze and Barbara Luhrs, all former club presidents, at the 150th anniversary celebration during Pi Beta Phi's biennial convention in St. Louis in June 2017. 

 Alumnae awards 2016



Missouri Alpha Betsey Transou Solberg named
Pi Beta Phi Fraternity Crest Award winner

Read more about Betsey's service to the Greater Kansas City community!






Save the date: Saturday, April 8, 2017 | 10 am to Noon | Webster House, Kansas City, MO

Join the Pi Beta Phi Foundation’s Board of Trustees for brunch and to learn how Pi Phis are making a difference for our communities and the future of our sisterhood. Formal invitation to follow.

KC Panhellenic Workshop 6:15 pm, Thursday, March 30, 2017 at the
Assistance League of Kansas City Administrative Center
6101 N. Chestnut Ave., Gladstone, MO 

Everyone welcome to this educational workshop! Sips and Snacks provided! RSVP to with the number attending.

Emcee:  Meryl Lin McKean, ΔΖ, former reporter, Channel 4 New
Introduction:  Diane Blackwelder, ΑΧΩ, Past National President
Panelists: Lisa Hoffman, ΠΒΦ, Using the Media to Celebrate & Promote Events; Sara Bedwell, ΑΔΠ, College Recruitment Update; Libby Blair, ΚΑΘ / Nancy Jones, ΠΒΦ, Philanthropic Programs That Work  


 RingChingRoadshowKC TA Edison School Books from Pi Phi

Libbie delivers new books to students at TA Edison Elementary School, Kansas City, Kan., as part of the GKCAC local literacy initiatives.