UCF Greek Week 2012 ScheduleNews, UCF Greek Life — By Jake Rakoci on March 25, 2012 at 11:35 pm Tweet
Greek Week 2012 is finally here! Starting March 25th until April 1st the Greeks around UCF will unite for a week of different events. The best part? Every event is in some way benefiting another organization.
This years theme to Greek Week is “The Happiest Greek Week on Earth” so expect lots of Disney styled events all week. This year will also be the first year of crowning a Greek God and Goddess. Check out the event list below:
Give Kids the World Service Project
Sunday, March 25th
Description: Five members from each team will go to Give Kids the World where they will be completing a service project.
Leisure Pool Day
Monday, March 26th
Description: There is no set event, but the members of Greek Week Executive Board encourage Greeks to relax by the Leisure Pool by the UCF Rec and Wellness Center.
Greeks Sing and Stroll for a Cause
Tuesday, March 27th in The Venue from 7pm to 10pm
Description: Benefiting Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, each team will put on a skit in The Venue. It is sure to be a fun time to unite the Greek Community.
Movies Under the Stars
Wednesday, March 28th at Lake Claire
Description: Two screenings of Toy Story 3 will be shown at Lake Claire at 7pm and at 9pm.
Knights Helping Knights Pantry
Thursday, March 29th
Description: Can donations will be collected from each team in order to benefit the Knights Helpings Knights Pantry. Also, the Greek Week Executive Board encourages the teams to get together and do something fun on their own this night.
Greek Games, Penny Wars, and Greek God/Goddess
Friday, March 30th at Lake Claire starting at 3pm.
Description: Greek Games start at Lake Claire at 3pm along with Penny Wars, and voting for the Greek God and Goddess. The games will last throughout the remainder of the day.
Saturday, March 31st
Description: Many Greek organizations are taking part to benefit the Children’s Miracle Network by participating in the dance marathon.
Sunday, April 1st
Description: The final Greek Week event, the organizations will be awarded for their achievements throughout the week.