Alpha Gamma Rho

Alpha Gamma Rho
Alpha Gamma Rho is listed in the Fraternal Organizations category in Pullman, Washington. Displayed below is the only current social network for Alpha Gamma Rho which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Alpha Gamma Rho on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 62.

Contact information for Alpha Gamma Rho is:
730 NE Linden St
Pullman, WA 99163
(509) 338-4714

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Alpha Gamma Rho has an overall ZapScore of 62. This means that Alpha Gamma Rho has a higher ZapScore than 62% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Pullman, Washington is 36 and in the category is 41. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Alpha Gamma Rho WSU shared Alpha Gamma Rho: Social/Professional Ag, Food, Fiber,& Life Sci. Fraternity's post.
HAPPY FOUNDERS' DAY, BROTHERS! The National Fraternity of Alpha Gamma Rho became a reality when two local fraternities combined. These were Alpha Gamma Rho, founded at The Ohio State University on October 10, 1904, and Delta Rho Sigma, founded at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign on February 6, 1906. Delegates from both fraternities met in Indianapolis on April 4, 1908 to create and sign a constitution for the National Fraternity. Here are some group photos taken throughout the last 109 years. Can you name the time and place these were taken? #AGR #MakingBetterMen #HappyFoundersDay

One of our brothers could use your help! Will Camacho (Sigma #1441, PC 2011) has been living in Australia since 2015 where he met his now fiancé Hope. They were set to get married this month in Australia before Will’s travel visa expires on May 5th, but unfortunately Hope recently suffered a severe spinal injury requiring surgery. Between medical bills, Hope being unable to work, and Will not being able to legally hold a job they now find themselves unable to afford the $5,200 required for a partnership visa that Will needs to stay in the country past May 5th. Not only would this separate the two for the unforeseeable future, but Will is also currently Hope’s primary caretaker following her injury. Will has insisted on paying everyone back (Despite everyone else’s insistence to not worry about it), and anything helps the two towards their dream of getting married.
Family and friends, As many of you are aware, asking for help is difficult. However, just like in school, if you are too afraid or too proud to speak up, how can you be sure help is not in reach if you never ask? I've been living in Australia since October 2015, and living a passionate life at t...

It’s with sadness that we report the passing of Sigma Chapter alumnus Duane Jacklin. Duane attended Washington State University where he was initiated as the 597th brother of AGR Sigma Chapter in the 1964 pledge class. He served as chapter president from 1967-1968. After graduating from WSU he also served with distinction in the United States Navy along with his two brothers Don and Doyle (Sigma #529, PC 1959). Duane was a well-known businessman and philanthropist in the Post Falls/Couer d’Alene area. He was an owner of Jacklin Seed Co., which was created by his grandfather in 1936 and exported turf grass seed all over the world, as well as involved in real estate development through Jacklin Land Co. managing property such as the 1.2 million square foot Riverbend Commerce Park in Post Falls, ID. Duane and his wife Susan were heavily involved in the local community through projects such as the restoration of a historic Post Falls church into the Jacklin Arts and Cultural Center, which was added to the national registry of historic places in 1984. He and his brothers donated the land for the University of Idaho’s research park in Post Falls, who commemorated the donation by dedicating the Jacklin Science and Technology Building in their name. Most recently in 2015 they donated a $1.1 million piece of property in west Post Falls to be used as a future home for disabled and elderly veterans. Duane received numerous awards over the years including the Bob Potter Legacy Award and the Hometown Hero Award. Idaho Lt. Governor Brad Little may have put it best when he said “They are an anchor family in the state that has made a big difference.” It’s customary for AGR men to leave lasting legacies, and Duane Jacklin was no exception to this rule. Rest in peace brother.
Duane Jacklin's generosity toward community efforts will be felt forever.Jacklin, whose name is synonymous wit

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In addition to being the first day of Barndaze, today is also the founding day of Alpha Gamma Rho Sigma Chapter at Washington State University in 1921. 95 years down and many more yet to come.