Remembering Our Sisters
In November 2013, the National Board of Alpha Phi Gamma agreed that it was necessary to create a life-long legacy of our sisters who have left us too soon. Every day we are reminded of how lucky we are to have what we have and how grateful we are for one another. Without the people we have met in our lives, we would not be the person we are today. These sisters touched many lives and had a hand in creating who we are today: Miss Aileen Primero, Miss Janice Arabe and Miss Kristie Chau. Our thoughts are always with their families and we hope that our dear sisters are watching over us. As a symbol for everything that they have done and their impact on us all, National Board has dedicated planting three trees as a memorial. These trees were planted in the Shasta-Trinity forest in California to help rejuvenate the area after the 2008 fire. It is only a small gesture for everything that these sisters have done.