Alpha Psi’s Annual Commemoration Dinner had another successful turnout as the entire active chapter was joined by numerous brothers of the elder chapter and even some out of town brothers.
As Commemoration Dinner falls close to Remembrance Day, it is always significant to honour the past Zetes who gave their lives in times of war. Adorning each blazer was a red and black poppy, and a brief moment of silence was observed to remember those men, out of gratitude for their courageous sacrifice. “In Flander’s Fields” was read allowed, along with a historical presentation of two fallen Alpha Psi brothers from past wars. The presentation was given by Brothers Nicholas Di Giorgio and Hector Haynes.
In true Zete fashion, the evening transitioned into an after-party at the exclusive Montreal Rackets Club nearby. Elder Brother Joseph Stonehouse delivered another stellar performance from the DJ booth as his signature sounds electrified the dance floor yet again.
The grandeur, elegance and joviality of the evening were certainly not lost on the Zetes, in particular the newly initiated Beta Zeta class, whose first night as brothers will long live in memory. The active chapter wishes to extend many thanks to the Elders who came out and looks forward to hosting them again at future events.