Volunteer, Plan

The Des Moines – Central Iowa Alumni Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi hosted their monthly happy hour last Tuesday at Jeremiah Bullfrogs in West Des Moines.


There were several highlights. First of all based on the photo, it looked like it was ladies’ night. Also in the photo there is a (locked) door that looks like a large window. More than one alumni brother attempted to enter the bar through this locked door. There were some good drink specials and plenty of lively conversation. There was a little reminiscing about college parties and discussion about the ending of Iowa State’s VEISHIA celebration. Disaster was averted after the purple Deltasig t-shirt (pictured) was left in the bar and thankfully one of the bartenders rushed it out to the parking lot before everyone drove away. Good service can be found at Jeremiah Bullfrogs!

Tuesday 9/23
Check out the calendar for some info on the planning pow-wow that will be held downtown next week on Tuesday, September 23. Everyone is invited to attend this meeting and contribute ideas for chapter events, leadership changes, etc.

Also 9/23 is the 9th Annual YPC Volunteer Fair. You don’t have to be a YP to attend this event, it is open to anyone and there is no charge for admission. Anyone looking for opportunities to volunteer in the Des Moines area should attend this event and have the opportunity to be connected with 40+ nonprofit organizations. It is likely several DSM-CIA brothers will be at this event before heading downtown for the planning meeting.


September’s Hoppin’ Happy Hour is Next Week

Join the Des Moines – Central Iowa Alumni Chapter of Delta Sigma Pi for the September Happy Hour. It’s happening Tuesday, September 16 at Jeremiah Bullfrogs (1907 EP True Pkwy in WDM) around 5:30 pm. Hop on by and catch up with the Des Moines metro’s most exciting Deltasigs. This cajun-themed sports bar opened last year and attending this happy hour is guaranteed to spice up your Tuesday night.

Be sure to check out the Halsey tab of the Weblog. Information has started to come in regarding the 2015 tournament.

Des Moines is a city that continues to make national rankings… and Dave Elbert comments on that fact at the Business Record.

The most recent Des Moines accolade came from Women’s Health Magazine. Helped by the Downtown Des Moines Farmers’ Market, the city got the #1 spot for Best Up-and-Coming Cities for Foodies.