We’re so excited to introduce to you our 2021 Line Dance Team & tell you how you can watch the performance… But first let us tell you a little about line dance and who the philanthropy benefits.
Line Dance is the largest Greek-run philanthropy on Florida State’s campus. In 2019, we raised over $100,000 for our beneficiaries. This year the event is hosted by Pi Kappa Alpha, Beta Theta Pi, Sigma Phi Epsilon, and Theta Chi will benefit the Unconquered Scholars Program, Collegiate Veterans Association, and the College of Social Sciences. We are more than thankful for everyones continued support in keeping the tradition of FSU Line Dance alive throughout all the setbacks that the worldwide pandemic, COVID-19, has put on our community. We are making sure that this year’s show and fundraising will be a monumental success, and we could not prouder to be able to benefit the organizations below.
The Unconquered Scholars Program provides an array of support services promoting overall success to youth who experienced foster care, homelessness, relative care, or ward of the State status. Many Scholars have faced profound hardships during childhood that may increase their risk of leaving academia without a degree.
The Collegiate Veteran’s Association (CVA) is a group of college-based students. The CVA is focused on creating an inclusive and rewarding college experience for veterans who are returning to education.The CVA is committed too assisting veterans at FSU with the process of reentry into student life.
The Florida State University College of Social Sciences and Public Policy is dedicated to excellence in creating and communicating social science and public policy knowledge through leading edge research, interdisciplinary programs, and teaching. The college offers an inclusive and collaborative culture, welcoming all into a robust and free exchange of ideas. The college recruits and retains exceptional and diverse faculty, graduate and undergraduate students, and staff to advance their mission and undertake core disciplinary and interdisciplinary research, teaching, and service activities.
Now let us introduce you to the amazing 2021 Dancers for Alpha Chi Omega. We must also share that sister Bella de Souza was the photographer who captured all images seen in this post.
Row 1: Emily Gordon (Captain), Addison Nance, Amberley Gin, Kelsea Bielecky,
Row 2: Maddie Rominski (Co-Captain), Ryleigh Taylor, Emma Hopkins
Row 3: Camden Mathis, Alexa Krystyniak, Maddie Johnson, Elizabeth Hoffmark
Row 4: Riley Wilson, Reagan Deshong, Jill Dunn, Emma Romano
If you are interested in watching virtually you can purchase a ticket through the link below and a link to view will be sent to you. Tune in to watch our ladies kill it on the dance floor on March 31st. (update performances start at 6:45 and Alpha Chi is scheduled to go on at 7:05) https://fsulinedance.crowdchange.co/16368/team/23834