Phi Lambda Pi

What is Phi Lambda Pi?

Phi Lambda Pi is Evendale’s teen group. Any Evendale resident in the 8th-12th grades is eligible to participate. New Member events are held in August to welcome the incoming 8th grade class.

Every Wednesday night, Open House takes place at the Recreation Center from 7:00 – 9:00 P.M. There are various trips and activities on the weekends, throughout the year.

The Greek letters, Phi Lambda Pi, stand for service, friendship and play, and this motto is incorporated into all that we do. Phi Lambda Pi does service projects and has fundraisers to help raise money for activities.  

Every time you attend a Wednesday night Open House from 7:00-9:00 PM, you earn service points (one per hour.) You also earn points when you volunteer at events or sell items. At the end of each year, we hold an Awards Night and members are rewarded for the amount of points they have raised. Point Cards are kept in the Phi Room, and it is each member’s responsibility to fill out Point Cards every week!

Check out the Phi Lambda Pi bulletin board at the Recreation Center for current activities and events and a display of photos from recent trips. Sign-up sheets and permission slips for upcoming trips are always posted on this board. Information is also available on our website.

Stop down any Wednesday night at the Recreation Center to find out more about Phi Lambda Pi. For more information, contact Adam Knight.

Staff Contacts

Name Title
Adam Knight Program Supervisor III
Mark Hesse Program Supervisor