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The purpose of this Web Site is to promote brotherhood, friendship, interaction, and involvement on the part of all alumni by providing opportunity to continue to socialize, and network and support their chapter

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Saturday October 1 10 a.m. Alumni Baseball Delaney-Tewksbury Field
10:30 a.m. Greek Bed Races for Actives & Alumni Elm St.
11 a.m. Registration Stadium
11:30 2:00 p.m. Alumni Tent
11:00 a.m. TKB Alumni Association Meeting Thomas Lounge
Noon TKB Alumni Cookout 180 Quaker Way
Noon Athletic Training Alumni Cookout - Hermann Court
2:00 p.m. Kick-Off Football Game WC vs. Muskingum

Read about TKB in the Wilmington College May eCourier

In April the Greek organizations of Wilmington College were given recognition for academic and service accomplishments at Boyd Auditorium. TKB was named Outstanding Greek Organization, TKB president, Kyle Maust, was named Oustanding Greek Organization Individual, and James Thomas,ʼ 99, was named Outstanding Alumni Advisor.

Before the awards ceremony the TKB Alumni Association presented certificates to the Actives representing their receiving a total of $2,500 in Academic Scholarships and an Outstanding Brother Award for service.

One week earlier, Kyle Maust, Rob Weidle, and James Palmer from TKB; and James Thomas and Steve Olinger from TKBAA were inducted into the Order of Omega, a national honorary group that recognizes those who have promoted and helped Greek organizations at the collegiate level. Pictured here:

Front Row - Logan Nagel, Kaleb Cox, Kyle Maust
2nd Row - Steve Olinger( TKBAA ), Rob Weidle, Wesley Flint, Don Ellis( TKBAA)
Back Row - James Thomas( TKBAA)

Hey Brothers thought you guys would like to have some important dates:

This years Gulf Outing will be August the 6th at the Elks, I will get back to you with times and dates.
Rush this year will be September 22nd (unless changed)
Which means that pledge season will be September 26 to Oct. 21 or 28 if we do 5 weeks.
October 1st will be Homecoming (unless it too is changed)

Also I'm sorry about some of the emails being wrong, I will try to change them in the near future. If you have any questions please write back.

Brother Franklin

Hi,My name is Samuel Smith, Brother Franklin. I just joined TKB this semester. I am the new Alumni Relations Chair. Here are some updates:

There are 8 new members:
o Josh Cioca
o Zach Crawford
o Charles Hirtzinger
o Joe Stotts
o Gus Sevastos
o Samuel Smith
o Dan Bunnell
o Seth Faulkner

New Officers:
o President- Kaleb Cox
o Vice President- Logan Nagel
o Pledge Master- Jamie Evans
o Treasurer- Joe Stotts
o Secretary- Charles Hirtzinger
o Assistant Pledge Master- Josh Cioca
o Historian- Seth Faulkner
o Greek Council Rep.- Gus Sevastos
o Community Service Chair- Jamie Evans
o Fundraising Chair- Zach Crawford
o Team Building Chair- Dan Bunnell
o Alumni Relations Chair- Samuel Smith
o Activities and Public Relations Chair- Wesley Flint

If you have any questions feel free to email me, I will be checking this email regularly. Please update any emails and I will keep you updated on events.

Brother Franklin

Hi, I'm Steve Olinger( '69' ), the Secretary for theTKB Alumni Association. From Wilmington College and from the records of the TKB Actives, we've been able to gather almost 200 e-mail addresses, in addition to the mailing information and phone numbers that we already have. For some of the e-mail addresses we couldn't put names with them. That's why I'm contacting you.

Please send me a reply and supply as much of the following info. as you can:

This form sends an e-mail to Steve O..

First and Last Name:


Pledge Name and Date:



Any other info:

If you are looking for contact info. for any TKB, contact me and I will get it to you or do my best to find it. Do you have any contact info. for a TKB that probably isn't in our records? Please send it to me and I'll get it recorded.
We have a TKB alumni website that has been created and maintained by 'Chaz' Vonderheid( '92'). As our TKBAA develops we will be reporting more stuff on this website. Please check it out.


TKB Alumni Assoc. -1st Annual Report / Meeting #6 10 -17-09
TKB ALUMNI ASSOC. - Minutes - Mtg.#3 3-18-09

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Brad Fryman - Artistic Director

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