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You are cordially invited to Randolph-Macon’s Mu Phi Epsilon’s Founders Day Gala Celebration next Saturday, November 11th at 7 p.m. in the Topping Room of Old Chapel. It’s going to be a great night, featuring a silent auction and raffle, hors d’oeuvres, and music performances by Mu Phi Epsilon’s InTONEnation
Mu Phi Epsilon is a co-educational professional music fraternity whose mission is service through music.
Our goal is to raise money for Elliot’s Song, an early childhood music education program created to provide music education to underprivileged and academically at-risk preschool children. This non-profit program based in Williamsburg, VA is headed by R-MC alumnus and current adjunct Music professor Anthony Williams.

Our goal is to raise $800, which can fund a class for an entire year.

Our philanthropy to the program has included CD sales of R-MC Choir’s most recent concert and volunteering in Williamsburg in running the Early Childhood Music Winter Festival in January 2017. Our other philanthropic efforts have included raising money for the Nepal Relief Fund in 2015 and fundraising to support sending members to Mu Phi’s International Convention this past summer.

Even if you cannot attend the gala, you are more than welcome to donate a monetary gift, if able, to help us reach our goal of $800. All monetary gifts can be made online at:
Payments are run through PayPal.
Donation Amounts and Ticket Prices:
$15 – Students
$25 – Faculty/Non-Students
For any donations over $50, additional tickets will be available for purchase at the discounted price of $15!

Your participation is greatly appreciated!

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Sarah Rochte (SarahRochte@go.rmc.edu) and JC McDonald (CrystalMcDonald@go.rmc.edu) !

We sincerely hope you will be able to join us!

-The Members of Mu Phi Epsilon-Zeta Epsilon Chapter