The Epsilon Tau Sigma chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc.will host its annual costume ball on October 13, 2018.
This will be the 4th year that the Lansing chapter has organized and hosted the event in which funds will go towards the chapter’s scholarship and community service committees to assist local collegiate and high school students.
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. established in 1914, on Howard University is a global organization with over 450 chapters and 150, 000 members.
“Each year we try to really hit home on our three pillars of brotherhood, scholarship and service by having different events that will allow us to continuously pour into the development of Lansing financially,” chapter member and event chair, Winston Williams said. “As a Fraternity, we are committed to fostering the success of younger generations by raising funds to do so.”
The event will be from 8 pm – midnight at Gregory’s Ice & Smoke lounge in Lansing.
“This is always a fun event to connect with the Lansing community,” said chapter member, Rob Biddle. “We really want to push the message, especially to the Lansing community, that we are a source of support.”
There will be cash prizes for the best costumes ranging from $25-$100.