When you picture a pack of fraternity brothers traveling around the country doing construction work, you're probably tempted to imagine the Hollywood version Ñ a beer- and testosterone-fueled road trip, "Animal House" with power tools. With Pi Kappa Phi, it's a tale of dedication, inspiration, and service.
For a 19th consecutive year, cyclists with the Journey of Hope made a pit stop in The American Dream City on July 10, 2015.
A group of college fraternity brothers from all across the country are giving up six weeks of their summer to help kids with disabilities. This week, the eighteen brothers from Pi Kappa Phi are at Camp Wawbeek in the Dells.
Riding a bicycle over 4,200 miles may not seem like a great way to spend a summer. But for three groups of Pi Kappa Phi fraternity brothers from chapters across the United States, The Ability Experience's Journey of Hope ride is something they would never give up.
A group of fraternity brothers are riding their bikes across the country to raise awareness and money for people with disabilities.
A contingent of fraternity men peddling across the nation as part of The Ability Experience arrived in Terrell Monday morning and were greeted with a swimming pool, air conditioned motel rooms, hearty meals and a warm welcome.