Theta Xi Provisional Chapter
University of Maine
Founded: Not Chartered
On November 12th, 2016, 24 men were initiated into the Theta Xi Provisional Chapter at The University of Maine. Assisting Coordinator of Chapter Development Gerard Agostinello, SUNY Oneonta '13, with the initiation were members from the Zeta Pi Chapter at Salem State University. GCA Bill Cohen was present, as well as John Blake, Grandfather of Ben Blake who was initiated into the Theta Xi chapter. The ceremony took place Neville Hall on the University of Maine campus. The following men were present:
John Blake, Milton College 60', Bill Cohen, Marietta 66', and five undergraduates from the Salem State Chapter.
On the following night, the Theta Xi Provisional Chapter was also installed and Scott Sleeper, University of Maine ’18 was the Provisional Chapter President at the time of the ceremony. The installation ceremony took place in the Memorial Union on campus.
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