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2 Greek Week Teams. 3 Welcome Letter 4 Greek Ambassador Liaisons.5 Greek Week Schedule. 6 Important Dates. 7 Greek Week Rules 8 Greek Week Scoring 9 Greek Feud.10 Chariot Race. 11 Cardboard Boat Race. 12 Spirit Day 14 Stroll Competition. 14 Stroll Competition Form 17 Greek Week Shirt Order Form..18 Team Liaisons 19 Presale Stroll Tickets.20 Chariot Race Teams. 21 Greek Feud Contestants.22 Cardboard Boat Race Team. 23 Greek Week Shirt Proof 24 2

3 Team Apollo Delta Upsilon (IFC) Kappa Alpha Order (IFC) Kappa Alpha Psi (NPHC) Phi Beta Sigma (NPHC) Zeta Tau Alpha (PC) Team Ares Chi Phi (IFC) Kappa Delta (PC) Omega Psi Phi (NPHC) Sigma Gamma Rho (NPHC) Theta Chi (IFC) Team Hermes Alpha Chi Omega (PC) Alpha Kappa Alpha (NPHC) Alpha Phi Alpha (NPHC) Sigma Alpha Epsilon (IFC) Team Poseidon Delta Gamma (PC) Delta Sigma Theta (NPHC) Gamma Eta (MGC) Sigma Chi (IFC) Team Hades Alpha Phi (PC) Alpha Tau Omega (IFC) Sigma Beta Rho (MGC) Zeta Phi Beta (NPHC) Team Zeus Iota Phi Theta (NPHC) Kappa Alpha Theta (PC) Kappa Sigma (IFC) Sigma Lambda Gamma (MGC) 3

4 Dear Fellow Greeks, We are so excited to bring back Greek Week! This has been an event that we have planned and worked on for four long months, and we are hoping Greek Week will bring each of your teams laughter, memories, and a lot of Greek spirit. We are passionate about bringing unity to the UNF Greek Community; therefore, each team is comprised of chapters from each of the four councils on campus: Interfraternity Council (IFC), Panhellenic Council (PC), National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC), Multicultural Greek Council (MGC). This year s Greek Week theme is Greek Gods. The team to win Greek Week 2015 will be announced after the Greek Week Strolling Competition on Friday, October 16 th in the Lazzara. While competition is encourage, we ask that your teams hold themselves to a high standard of sportsmanship. To ensure that the rules and descriptions of the events are clear, we have assigned 3 Greek Ambassadors to each team. They will serve as your liaison between your team and the rest of the Greek Ambassadors as well as the OFSL staff. In addition we are asking for each team to select two representatives that will serve as liaisons between the team and the Greek Ambassadors. If there is any problems for one team, the two team liaisons will be the first team members contacted by either the Greek Ambassadors or OFSL staff. The scoring for each event is explained further in the packet. Please read each event description carefully. If you have any questions, comments or concerns, please do not hesitate to ask one of your Greek Ambassador liaisons. Further questions can be answered during the Greek Week Informational meeting on Monday, September 28 th at 7 p.m. in the ballrooms. Please remember the purpose of this week is to bring the Greek Community together. Good luck to all the teams and get ready for great week! Sincerely, The 2015 Greek Ambassadors 4

5 The first Greek Ambassador listed in your team s row is your team captain! Team Name Number Team Hermes 1. Trey McQuaig 2. Juliana Santucci 3. Katie Ingalls (850) (239) (813) Team Hades 1. Caroline May 2. Joey Garrett 3. Megan Worley (561) (904) (904) Team Poseidon 1. Sammi Beyer 2. Sara Powell 3. Hal Gray (407) (813) (305) Team Zeus 1. Hayden Kestle 2. Franki Giustino 3. Meghan Rusin (904) (561) (904) Team Aries 1. Annie Goodfellow 2. Ray Sadeq 3. Jean Maierhoffer (813) (904) (904) Team Apollo 1. Abbie Walsh 2. Alex Bailey 3. Mark Favia (407) (850) (630)

6 Monday October 12 th Event: Family Feud Location: Student Union Auditorium Time: 7:00 p.m. Tuesday October 13 th Event: Red Bull Chariot Race Location: UNF Arena Courtyard Time: 6:00 p.m. Wednesday October 14 th Event: Cardboard Boat Race Location: Osprey Clubhouse Pool Time: 1:00 p.m. Thursday October 15 th Event: Spirit Day Location: BurgerFi Time: All day Live Music: 6:30 p.m. Friday October 16 th Event: Step Show Location: Lazzara Theatre Time: Doors open at 7:00 p.m. Show starts at 7:30 p.m. 6

7 September 21 st : The following payments are due in OFSL by 5 p.m.: -$100 Step Show Team fee -Stroll Competition Ticket Order Form and Payment - 1 st Stroll Team Roster -Greek Week Shirt Order Form and Payment September 28 th : Greek Week Informational Meeting at 7 p.m. in the ballrooms Please turn in the Team Liaison Form at the meeting. October 5 th : Please turn in the following to OFSL by 5 p.m. -Contestants for Family Feud -Roster for Chariot race - Roster for Cardboard Boat Race - Stroll Performance break down, music and final roster *Failure to turn in forms and payments will result in a $25 per day that it is late* 7

8 1. HAVE FUN this is the time for all of us to bond and come together as one. Find the balance between competition and fostering relationships! 2. All Greek Week events are open to the public but you must be Greek to participate. 3. Failure to turn in any of the forms by the due date listed in the packet will result in the fine of $25 every day it is late. 4. There will be NO alcohol, drugs, or other controlled substances at any Greek Week related event. Violations of this rule will result in immediate disqualification from the event or week as determined by the OFSL Staff/ Greek Ambassadors. 5. No member of the team is allowed to participate in any of the Greek Week activities if the member is under the influence of any substance. 6. For each Greek Week activity there must be representation from each council (IFC, PC, NPHC, and MGC) within each team. Exceptions will be made if there is an academic or work conflict. 7. Although we encourage ideas and input, all decisions made by the OFSL staff and Greek Ambassadors are final. 8. OFSL and the Greek Ambassadors reserve the right to make changes and qualifying decisions at any point prior to, during, and post Greek Week. 8

9 How Scoring Works: - Each event is worth a different amount of points. - Points are given for placing in events, having the highest attendance based on percentage and having the most creative costumes. It varies each event so make sure to read the point breakdowns carefully. - The team with the highest amount of points at the end of the week will be named the Winner of Greek Week Points can be deducted if there is inappropriate behavior and/or any violations of the Greek Week rules. Winning Points: Event: Greek Feud Chariot Race Cardboard Boat Race Spirit Day Strolling Competition 1 st Place Points: 500 pts. 500 pts. 500 pts. 300 pts. 700 pts. 9

10 Time: 7:00 p.m. -9:00p.m. Where: Student Union Auditorium Participants: In order to participate there must be a representative from each organization on your team present at Family Feud, and the maximum players for a team is 5. The exception being the NPHC/MGC organizations that are made up of 1 person who may have class conflicts. How it will work: Greek Feud will be modeled closely after the TV Show Family Feud. The teams competing will be drawn at random and this will create 3 sets of competitions and the winner from each of those 3 sets will advance to the next round, then again picked at a random for the next round the winner from that will play the remaining team. Rounds will continue until a team reaches 200 points. After all teams the teams compete a winner will be crowned. The community has been polled prior to the game so top answers will be shown on the board, which we have created using a computer program. The Questions: Questions will be a mix of UNF related, Greek Life related and random everyday questions that you would see on the Family Feud TV show. Fast Money Round: In the final round of play the teams will have the opportunity to earn extra points through the Fast Money Round. During the round each team will select two players to compete. One player will be outside while the other competes and vice versa. The object is to guess the top answer for each question, and if the first player does not get the highest amount of points the second player has a chance to receive more points for the team. Fast Money Round players will be decided on the night of the game and do not have to be turned in early with the list of players for the team. Points: -1 st Place: 500 pts and VIP seating for the Stroll Competition - 2 nd Place: 300 pts. - Highest Attendance: 200 pts. - Cohesive Team Costume: 100 pts. 10

11 So Who is Playing Who? Game 1: Apollo vs. Hades Game 2: Zeus vs. Ares Game 3: Hermes vs. Poseidon From there the winning team from those 3 rounds with the highest score will receive a bi to the final round. The remaining 2 winning teams will play each other and the winner from that will advance to the final round. Time: Tuesday Oct. 13 th, 6 p.m.-9 pm Locations: Lot 55 (Fountains) Logistics: Each team must enter 2 chariot teams. Each team will have 3 members (all from a different organization within your Greek Week team). Your teams and liability forms are due to your Greek Week chair by October 4 th. The event will start at 6 PM with introductions and a review of the rules. Teams will be racing 2 at a time. The teams will race until there are 2 teams left. They will race again to compete for the grand prize (TBA). Make sure chariots are STABLE as some teams will race more than once. If your chariot falls apart you will not be able to advance in the competition if you win a round. Documentation of class conflict for the racing team member will be needed if you will be late to inspection. There will be limited parking. Please walk, ride the shuttle, or carpool to the back of the Fountains parking lot. All parking passes will be accepted in the lot. Each team will build their own chariots with these specifications: - Chariots can be made from any materials you can find. - Chariots must only have 2 wheels and 2 handles. They also must be constructed and/or man-made. - Chariots must be able to hold one person. - Must have the team name and UNF Greek Week 2015 visible on the chariot. Chariots will be inspected before the races start. If they are missing any of the specifications, your team will be disqualified. Event Rules: - One person MUST be riding in the chariot at all times. Two people will be pulling the chariot. 11

12 - Teams must arrive at Chariot Inspection in Lot 18 at 5:00 PM (late teams will be disqualified). - No DUI s. Any student suspected to be under the influence will be disqualified. - There shall be no contact or tempering with other teams chariots before, during or after racing. - Weapons, even if used as props or decoration, are not allowed at or to be used in the races. - Helmets must be worn by each team member at all times during the races. Race Bracket: When teams report to inspection there will be a timed trial runs for each team participating. The teams with the 4 fastest times will receive a bi. The remaining eight teams will compete against each other to race against the teams that received the bi. The last 2 teams standing will compete for the grand prize! Point Breakdown: - 1 st place: 500 pts. - 2 nd place: 300 pts. - Most inventive chariot: 50 pts. - Best dressed team: 25 pts. - Team with highest attendance: 200 pts. How to Play: Time: Wednesday Oct. 14 th 1-3pm Location: SU Lake - Teams will consist of 4 members. 2 members will begin the race at one end of the lake and race to the other side where the other 2 members will be waiting. The 2 members in the boat may exit the boat once they reach the checkpoint at the end of the lake. The other two members will then be allowed to enter the boat and complete the race back to the original starting point. - 2 members who are not in the boat may help push the boat away from the edge of the lake at both the beginning of the race as well as during the switch at the halfway checkpoint. 12

13 Rules: - Every boat must contain 1 fraternity man and 1 sorority woman at all times. - Each participant MUST wear a life jacket (provided by Greek Ambassadors) in order to compete (failure to do so will result in immediate disqualification). - Swimming, pulling the boat, or intentionally crashing into other boats will result in immediate disqualification. - All boats are subject to a pre and post- race inspection. Any prohibited materials (as described below) found on the boat will result in immediate disqualification. Materials Needed: - Acceptable Materials o Corrugated cardboard o 1 quart (or more) of contact cement o 2 tubes (or more) of construction adhesive and a caulking gun o A roll of 1 masking tape o Kilz- quart of oil base primer o Spray paints and acrylic paints (for decoration purposes) - Forbidden Materials o Non-corrugated cardboard o Cardboard that has been factory coated with wax o Styrofoam/ Foam core boards o Plastic* o Metal o Two part glues o Any sort of sealant - Boat Size Requirements o The boat is to be a maximum of 5 wide and a maximum of 7 long o Paddles may be constructed with plastic (TEAMS ARE NOT REQUIRED TO MAKE PADDLES) Points: - 1 st Place: 500 pts. - 2 nd Place: 300 pts - Team with highest attendance: 100 pts. - Most creative boat: 100 pts. *There will be a panel of guest judges (non-students) who will be chosen to judge the boats on their design. 13

14 When: Thursday, October 15th, Open to Close Where: Burger the St. Johns Town Center What: Enjoy delicious food from Burger Fi while supporting your fellow Greek members. Live Entertainment will start at 6:30 Participation: 10-29% of your team= 300 pts 30-49% of your team=400 pts 50% and up= 500 pts How to participate: Each team will receive enough team cards for each member. Present the card to the cashier when you place your order and it will be counted towards your team. Where does the money go? A portion of the money received through the Spirit Day will go directly towards Greek Week so that in the future we will be able to ensure the continuation of this great event. The remaining amount will be awarded to the winning team for each chapter s philanthropy within the team. The amount will be divided 4 ways. Tickets for the Stroll Competition: Tickets for the Stroll Competition can be purchased at the Spirit Night for $3 a ticket. Tickets purchased on the night of the Step Show will be $5 a ticket at the door. Only a select number of tickets will be sold on the spirit night. ALL MEMBERS PARTICPATING IN THE STROLL COMPETITION must attend the educational NPHC History of Strolling on September 28 th at 9 p.m. in the ballrooms. Exceptions can be made due to class time conflicts. Failure to attend the educational session will result in the IFC or Panhellenic member not being permitted to perform in the step show. 14

15 Logistical Information: Venue: Lazzara Show Date: Friday October 16 th at 7:30 p.m. (Doors open at 7 p.m.) Rehearsal Date: Friday October 16 th- Teams will be allowed to sign up for a rehearsal time when they turn in their performance form. Ticket Information: - Price at the door: $5 - Presale Price: $3 - If you are performing in the stroll routine, you do not need to purchase a ticket. *Each team can purchase up to 50 tickets in advance * A select number of tickets will be for sale at BurgerFi for $3 Points: - 1 st place: 700 pts. - 2 nd place: 400 pts. - 3 rd place: 200 pts. Stroll Competition Rules and Regulations: - Each team will be allotted a total of 3 6 minutes to perform. The time will start once a person speaks or the music starts and will end when the last person is off the stage. Two points will be deducted for each minute over the time limit. - Each team is allowed to have up to 20 people on stage at one time. - Each team must submit a final stroll off team roster to OFSL by Monday, October 5 th by 5 p.m. This roster must include the names of all members participating in the stroll competition. All members on the final roster must have attended the educational session if they are a part of the IFC or PC communities. - Although not mandatory, it is highly encouraged that at least one representative from each organization within the team participate in the strolling competition. - Each team must submit their music to OFSL by 5 p.m. on Monday October 5 th. It must be on a CD and cannot contain any vulgar language. - When you drop off your CD, roster and performance form in OFSL on October 5 th, you may sign up for a rehearsal time. You will also draw a number from a hat which determines your place in the show line up. - Lewd acts, sexually explicit material, and profanity in music should not be part of your act and will result in a 10 point deduction from your final score. 15

16 Judging Criteria: Criteria Points Routine Difficulty 1-10 Creativity 1-10 Synchronization 1-10 Enthusiasm 1-10 Overall Performance 1-10 Min-Max. Points

17 Please turn in the following into OFSL by 5 p.m. on October 4 th : performance form, a final roster and any music used during the performance. Team Name: _ Team Liaisons: _ Piece Name: Please circle which one is first: Light or Sound? List of props: Please bring all props to dress rehearsal. _ Suggestions for lighting: These are simply suggestions. We will work with the Lazzara staff to try to make it possible. Each team will have an opportunity to go through the lights during rehearsal as well. If any part of your team s performance is not approved, the Greek Ambassadors will contact your team s liaisons. 17

18 Please turn into OFSL on September 21 st by 5 p.m. The price of the shirt is $10. The color scheme is black with white writing and gold accents. A picture of the shirt can be found in the back of the packet Team Name: Total Number of shirts for your team: Number of Smalls: Number of Mediums: _ Number of _ Larges: Number of XL: _ Number of 2 XL: Please make all checks payable to UNF GREEK COUNCIL 18

19 At least two members from each team will be in charge of communicating information between the Greek Ambassadors and their team. Please fill out this form and bring in to informational meeting on September 28 th. Team Name: _ Greek Week Contact #1: Number: Greek Week Contact #2: Number: _ 19

20 Each team will be able to order 50 of presale tickets for the step show for $3. If you chose to purchase a ticket at the door, the tickets will be $5. Only active members of the Panhellenic Council or IFC can purchase pre-sale tickets. Alumni and Grad chapters from NPHC and MGC are allowed to purchase pre-sale tickets. Please fill out the form below and return in to OFSL by September 21 st by 5 p.m. with check made out to the Greek Council. Team Name: Number of pre-sale tickets: Total cost for pre-sale tickets: Please make all checks payable to UNF GREEK COUNCIL 20

21 Due by October 5 th by 5 p.m. in OFSL Greek Week Team Name: Team 1: Team Members: Council: Team 2: Team Members: Council: 1. _

22 Due October 5 th by 5 p.m. in OFSL Team Name: _ Contestant 1: Council: Contestant 2: Council: Contestant 3: _ Council: Contestant 4: _ Council: 22

23 Due October 5 th by 5 p.m. in OFSL Team Name: Participant 1: Council: Participant 2: Council: Participant 3: Council: Participant 4: Council: 23

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