The Mayor of the City of Reno, Ms. Hillary Schieve has proclaimed that June 7th, 2016 be recognized as Omega Delta Phi Fraternity, Inc. Day. This proclamation is made in preparation of undergraduate and alumni membership descending on the Northern Nevada city for the 2016 National Leadership Institute.
The 2016 National Leadership Institute kicks off with Opening Ceremonies at 7:oo PM 6 at the Circus Circus Convention Plaza. The hosting hotel is the circus themed Circus Circus Reno Hotel and Casino which, according to its website, will have free self- parking for those brothers that decide to drive.
Reno is home to the University of Nevada- Reno, one of the state’s flagship institutions of higher learning and home to the Beta Delta Chapter. The theme of this year’s convention is “Bring it on Home” and will highlight the importance of reaffirming our commitment to our mission statement and tackling the basics— the who we are and why we exist. Becoming reacquainted and reaffirming the brotherhood’s identity and history will be at the forefront of this year’s institute.
National President Tony Pagliocco in collaboration with the National Executive Council have been working arduously to ensure this conference is one that won’t soon be forgotten. The 2016 National Leadership Institute will continue to offer undergraduate and alumni tracks so that brothers can become reacquainted or continue conversations regarding fraternity operations and protocol.
A young organization like ours also looks to secure growth on the alumni frontier so the National Alumni Association in conjunction with the Local Area Associations are hoping alumni show up in masses like years before.
The “Biggest Little City in the World” is known for its casinos, and for its scenic views; Reno is nestled