On Saturday, March 26, brothers of the Epsilon chapter of Phi Kappa Tau along with sisters from Delta Sigma Tau, Alpha Delta Pi and Alpha Xi Delta traveled to Flying Horse Farms in Mt. Gilead, Ohio to help prepare for upcoming camps.

On Easter break, Epsilon had 15 brothers and 13 sisters volunteer to help clean and set up for upcoming camps. Volunteers split into two groups doing both indoor and outdoor work. Some volunteers were sent to do landscaping while others were sent to clean and organize the rooms. By the end of the day, the camp was prepped and ready to go for opening week.

Epsilon is preparing to send 25 brothers to Flying Horse Farms on Saturday, April 9 for another cleaning day.

“Seeing 28 fraternity and sorority members working together for community service was fantastic,” said community service chairman James Morell '18. “We got the job done and had fun doing it.”