Founders Day and Ribbon Cutting February 10th
Founder's Day is almost here, and in conjunction we will be celebrating the completion of the Eta Second Century building project. With the additional space, we will happily be able to accommodate everyone at the house at 201 Gray. Along with the traditional Founder's Day testimonials, Legacy Fund awards, scholarships, and award presentations, we will be welcoming President Wintersteen and Interim Ag Dean Joe Colletti to help us cut the ribbon on the house addition.
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As Eta Chapter recently celebrated 100 years in 2014, it is clear that its current members are still leaders on campus, and its alums are leaders in agriculture.
The house, undergoing significant renovation in 2008 with a very successful “Raise the Roof” campaign, is one of the best maintained houses on campus – but lacks some features that are now becoming standard in many dorm and fraternity houses.
We are embarking on the most ambitious expansion of our house since the new addition in 1960! A fitting start to a new century at Eta Chapter.
"When I came to the AGR House I was a young kid, I thought I had a lot of close friends, knew what I wanted to do in life and didn't need much help. When I left 201 Gray, I left as a man, who has brothers for life that helped me get where I am today. I'll never be able to repay what AGR has done for me, but this is a start".
--Paul Kruse, 1200