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EI Annual Alumni Weekend – updated

Friday April 22nd at 6pm

EI Pike House Ground Breaking

We will meet at the parking lot just west of DPS (closer to Show Me Center) and walk to our actual building site.

DPS Address is :

1401 North Sprigg Street Cape Girardeau, MO 63701

Adult Beverages will be provided at the ground breaking



7:30-?  Cocktail Social at Keller’s at the Isle of Capri Casino (upstairs at Casino)

Appetizers will be provided



Saturday April 23rd 8:30am Alumni Golf Tournament

$65 per person

Cape Girardeau Country Club

250 Country Club Drive

Cape Girardeau, Mo 63701

4 Person Scramble

8:30am Shotgun Start

Lunch Included



Please contact Robbie Guard at or 573-450-3396 to RSVP for a team.

Group heading the SEMO vs Mizzou Game in September

We have a pretty good group heading to Mizzou on September 5th for the Mizzou vs SEMO football game.   We are purchased a pack of group tickets for $25 each.  If you are interested in going please contact Jason Glenn.   I’m sure we will get a large group head out together.

details here:


EIAA Alumni Weekend 2015 – April 24th and 25th

Schedule of Events:

Friday Night Happy Hour
Kellers at the Casino 6:00 PM till ?
Appetizers Provided by EIAA
Mock up of the Universities new Greek
Village will be available to view.

Saturday Golf Tournament
Cape Girardeau Country Club
250 Country Club Drive, Cape Girardeau, MO

9 AM Shotgun Start
Four Man Scramble
$60 per man, lunch provided

GOLF Registration:

Pay for your spot in the golf tournament online here. $60 per man.

after you pay Contact Brother Robbie Guard with your team… or if your looking for a team.
or call/text to 573 450 3396

or by mail

Send your check payable to: EIAA
Attn: Vann Sontag
1339 Bent Oak Dr.
Kirkwood, MO 63122

Bel Aire Grill After Golf on Saturday


Association Meeting Minutes

Date/Time: January 31, 2015
Helen Fitzgerald’s Irish Grill
3650 Lindbergh Blvd., St. Louis MO

Call to Order:
The meeting was called to order by President Br. E.J. Foreman at 1:20 PM. 

Attendees:   Those in attendance included; VP Br. Brett Kolash, Tres. Vann Sontag, Secretary Karl Ritter, Matt Ramshaw, Kyle Vogt, Gale Wessling, Steve Stoker, Randy Beussink, Kevin Long, Kirby Gartland, Scott Davis, Bryan Kohlberg, Nigt Vogt, Ben Lewis, Jim Mohrman, and Andrew Hardesty.

Officer Reports:

E. J. began his report by announcing that The Epsilon Iota Alumni Association EIAA had again won the Pi Kappa Alpha “Nester Award” for outstanding alumni associations. A plaque given to the association was shown to the group.

He also discussed the upcoming Alumni Weekend scheduled for April 25th, 2015. He added that we are looking for a Cape Girardeau member to head the committee and do the necessary ground work securing the golf venue as well as other activities and their locations.
He added that unlike last year the association will collect funds for participation.

At this time E.J. turned the floor over to Br. Kyle Vogt of House Corporation to discuss the universities latest effort to build a new Greek Housing complex. Vogt informed the group that SEMO is in the planning stage of building a new complex for fraternities (Sororities would remain in the original Greek Housing complex). This new location would be north of the current Greek town, on the west side of Sprigg Street, next to the Shivelbine house which is currently occupied by another fraternity. These units would have approximately twenty-two to twenty-four beds. The university is asking that the occupying organizations commit to a one lease with a cost of ninety to One hundred and ten thousand dollars, paid prior to ground breaking. There was significant discussion on the topic with the consensus being to remain in K building. The decision is ultimately House Corporation’s.

Vice President:

Treasure Vann Sontag informed the group that our current balance is $1200. This sum being prior to the expenditures of today’s meeting. A need for fundraising was discussed and a suggestion that we re-birth he “100 BUCK CLUB” as a potential method to generate funds.
Additionally, there is some concern that the alumni association needs to raise at least five thousand dollars to give to House Corporation for monies collected and deposited for previous lounge improvements and assist with future like needs.


Old Business:
There was no Old Business to report

New Business:
All new business topics were discussed during the above reports.

The meeting was adjourned at approximately 2:15 PM at which time brothers returned to the bar area for more social activities.

Respectfully Submitted,
Karl Ritter EIAA Secretary