Presidents’ Leadership Conference 2017

Well, another National Presidents’ Leadership Conference has come and gone, and we are so thankful for all those who came to Murfreesboro, TN and the campus of Middle Tennessee State University this year!  The conference was a great success, and hopefully it has set the stage for great things to happen at all of our chapters across the country.

On Friday night of the conference we were fortunate to participate in a service activity for A Soldier’s Child, an organization whose “mission is to serve the children of fallen military personnel who have given their lives on active duty while defending the United States of America.”  We wrapped presents, packed camp bags, and held a birthday party for two of the organization’s participants, Ashton and Desiree.  A great time was had by all, and our birthday boy Ashton taught everyone how to “dab.”

Service Project Dab

Saturday we went over to the campus of MTSU to learn more about the organization, bylaws, and rituals of Lambda Sigma.  It was a long day filled with lots of information, but hopefully everyone left with a greater understanding of what Lambda Sigma is all about and how to successfully run their chapters.

We ended Saturday with our traditional banquet and observance of the Gift of Fellowship.  We were delighted to hear from our Jane Price Harmon Gift of Honor recipient for 2017, Dr. Ron Wolfe, as he retires from Lambda Sigma’s National Executive Board after nearly three decades of service.  We also recognized the Honor Chapters for 2016-2017 and our annual winners for Outstanding Chapter (Alpha – University of Pittsburgh), Most Improved Chapter (Alpha Phi – Ferrum College), and Outstanding Advisor (Kevin Cuccia, Chi – Louisiana Tech University).

Sunday we bid farewell to Tennessee, and everyone went back home a little tired but a little more knowledgeable about Lambda Sigma National Honor Society.  As we move into the heart of the 2017-2018 year, we encourage our chapters to set lofty goals for service and enjoy fellowship with one another.  The year of active membership is short, but it can be an extremely rewarding and wonderful time!

Best of luck to all chapters this year, and we will see you all next year, September 21-23, in Pittsburgh!