I Scream, You Scream, We all Scream for CMNH!
On March 6, Phi Mu held an ice cream party at Andy's to celebrate Children's Miracle Network Hospitals. Many of the Phi Mu members are involved in the RSO Hogs for Hope which raises money for CMNH.
For the members involved in Hogs for Hope, Phi Mu had an ice cream party to celebrate their involvemnt on campus and their willingness to serve.
In the picture above, Grady, a little boy, joined the party. His life has been greatly impacted by Children's Miracle Network Hospitals. A couple of Phi Mu's members have had the privilege of looking after this sweet, young man. He was able to attend the ice cream party and meet a number of women in the chapter! The ice cream party was a lot of fun and a great success. Phi Mu loves Hogs for Hope and Children's Miracle Network Hospitals!
Kellan Fuoss , public relations chair
Phi Mu Sorority
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