Welcome and Phi Alpha.

Upcoming Events
March 5th Monthly Meeting – will be at the Bi State Bar not the Peanut.  Follow this link for detailsRSVP is required.

2018 Founders Day Dinner – The 2018 Founders Day Dinner will be on April 7th at the Milburn Country Club.   To register, click here.  To see those that already have their reservations, click here.

2018 Royals Rush Event – The event has been tentatively scheduled for April 28th.  More info to follow soon.

2018 Founders Day Lunch – St. Louis – The first Founders Day Lunch in St. Louis for SAE Alumni will feature John Dillingham ’61, who has led one of the most successful SAE alumni organizations in the country in Kansas City.  Please make every attempt to join us at this event at St. Louis Country Club on March 10.
Follow this link for the complete details – 2018 St Louis Founders Day Lunch.

2018 Dues – You can pay your 2018 dues by following this link.  Pay Dues
Monthly Meetings

Our monthly business meeting and social event is held on the first Monday of each month, at 12:00 noon at the Peanut.  Please join your brothers in planning the business of the association.  All alumni of SAE are welcome.  The Peanut, 5400 Martway St, Mission, KS 66205 (just East of Nall and 1/2 block South of Johnson Drive).

An additional “social” meeting is held on the third Monday of each month a O’Neill’s Restaurant and Bar, 9417 Mission Road. Arrive around 11:30-a.m. NO reservations — plenty of chairs available. O’Neill’s is on the east side of Mission Road north of the familiar McDonald’s at 95th and Mission Road. All chapters…all ages…all welcome !***************************************************************
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Chapter Eternal

With great sadness we note the passing of brother William Scroggin of Leawood, Kansas.  He was 89, EA of Mo. Alpha, Captain of the Golf Team and Exec. VP of Price Candy Co. The full obituary can be found here.

If you haven’t visited the Levere Temple, you might enjoy this pictures courtesy of Brother John Jurcyk.  http://www.saekc.com/levere-temple/