Murray State University

Chapter Officers

Grace Tarter - President
Shantaye Powell - Vice President
Courtney Brown - VP Academic Achievement
Leah Rullmann - VP Public Relations

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Chapter Support Representative - Denise Feikema

Leadership Opportunities

The most engaging and active leadership roles are filling the role of a Chapter officer. This is an opportunity to develop hands on experience in communication, project planning & execution, team building, and time management. Elections occur once per year, typically in early spring. Click here to read a brief description of each officer position.

Scholarship and Award Recipients from this Chapter

Adrienne Blanton - Emerging Leaders Scholarship, 2010

Chapter Highlights
Sharing the Love

Valentine Events During February, many SAL chapters chose to serve by sharing love with others. East Carolina University made Valentine cards for children at a local hospital during their meeting. Murray State University chose

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9-11 Flag Memorial

SAL Remembers Each year, Sigma Alpha Lambda recognizes our heroes from September 11, 2001. Our Flag Memorial event is where chapters all across the country take over a popular area on campus and place flags with the slogan “Sigma Alpha Lambda … Continue reading

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Spreading the Love

One of the best times for Sigma Alpha Lambda members to serve others is Valentine’s Day. This year, several chapters took the opportunity to spread cheer and love.

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Murray State University

Food Fight Tabling Murray State University’s SAL chapter held a very successful tabling event outside of Kroger grocery store.

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Murray State University

Need Line Food Bank Our Murray State University Chapter recently volunteered at their local food bank. This was their opportunity to give them the 519 total food items they had collected for the Food Fight Against Hunger.

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Card-Making for a Cause

A recurring theme we are seeing with several of our chapters this year is gathering together or even using part of an already scheduled chapter meeting to make cards for hospitalized children and others that may not get to spend … Continue reading

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