Tau Kappa Epsilon's Xi-Theta Colony Proves Service to Community Strengthens Bond of Brotherhood

(Carrollton, Ga.) - Fraters of Tau Kappa Epsilon's Xi-Theta colony at the State University of West Georgia have been busy with philanthropy and Brotherhood activities, confirming that service is
synonymous with fraternity.

It has already been a productive fall semester for the nearly 30 members of the TKE colony. Raising over $500 for Tau Kappa Epsilon's national philanthropy, the Alzheimer's Association, Xi-Theta Fraters
are looking forward to spearheading more service activities in the community of Carrollton.

"It's exciting to see these young men contributing to the betterment of their colony and community. Providing service to others and strengthening the Bond of Brotherhood are qualities that Tau Kappa
Epsilon strives for, and I'm proud of their accomplishments," said David Wallace, Regional Director for Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity Headquarters.

In addition to successful competition during homecoming week, Xi-Theta Fraters spent Halloween night canvassing local Carrollton neighborhoods in their first annual "Trick-or-Teke" for canned good
items, benefiting the local food shelf.

"I am just happy that I can report such good news," said LeBron Weathers, president of the Xi-Theta colony. Weathers and his TKE Brothers will also be holding a clothing drive later this month to
collect warm clothing items such as coats and sweaters, in order to help those in need during the winter months.