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Kappa Sigma fraternity breaks ground for new house

The Mu Tau Chapter of Kappa Sigma fraternity broke ground for a new fraternity house Saturday, June 12. Several past presidents and approximately 50 alumni and chapter members attended.

The house is due to be completed this fall.

The organization behind this effort, a Capital Improvement Campaign consisting of alumni, friends and chapter members, was established in November 2002. According to Kevin Hackney, campaign chair and a 1989 graduate of APSU, the campaigns goal is to pay for the project over a five-year period.
The Mu Tau Chapter of Kappa Sigma fraternity broke ground for a new fraternity house Saturday, June 12. Several past presidents and approximately 50 alumni and chapter members attended.

The house is due to be completed this fall.

The organization behind this effort, a Capital Improvement Campaign consisting of alumni, friends and chapter members, was established in November 2002. According to Kevin Hackney, campaign chair and a 1989 graduate of APSU, the campaign's goal is to pay for the project over a five-year period.

Kel Topping, a past president of Kappa Sigma and 1990 graduate of APSU, said the new facility will house only two members but will become a better facility for meetings, events and chapter activities. A grand opening will be announced at a later date