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"The House!!"


As some of you know at the end of the last century the chapter fell on hard times. The house had been condemned and was on the verge of foreclosure. A group of Alums stepped forward and led the effort to return the house to a habitable condition and pay off all debts. This effort required turning ownership of the house over to Grand Chapter so they could use their creditworthiness to obtain the funds to affect the necessary repairs and return the house to a sound financial standing. This agreement was structured to allow for the ownership to return to Housing Corp when the Chapter was back on it feet and things improved. The good news is things have never been better from the standpoint of membership with over 100 active brothers and at the end of 2016 ownership of the House was returned to Alpha Chapter!

Every alum and active brother owes a debt of gratitude to Grand Chapter.

Without  their efforts this could not have happened.

 May 2017 PSK Newsletter

We look forward to hearing from you!


Unveiling of New Portico
Video Courtesy of Ben Hochberg

The Rededication and Unveiling of the New Portico was a complete success attended by over 200 brothers and guests.
More news and photos to follow.






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Donations by Check can still be made as follows:

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payable to :

Phi Sigma Kappa Alpha Chapter Alumni Association, Inc.

 and mail to:

Phi Sigma Kappa Alpha Chapter Alumni Association, Inc.

c/o Jim Smith
40 Richview Street
Dorchester, MA


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In the fall of 2009 a group of concerned Alumni met in Amherst to renew old friendships, make new ones, and develop a long term plan to sustain the property and success of the brotherhood.

From this gathering sprang this organization. We are dedicated to the preservation of the property and assuring that others have the same opportunity to learn and grow behind the doors of 510 N. Pleasant Street that we enjoyed.

The active brotherhood is strong. What became readily apparent is that income from rents is not sufficient to make the renovations and improvements that the toll of years of use have made necessary.

The Alpha Chapter Alumni Association is dedicated to providing funding to supplement normal income and make the improvements and repairs necessary to restore a grand old structure to its former state of excellence.

Please visit each of the pages on this site and consider what your time as an active Phi Sig meant to you. Any and all assistance is greatly appreciated.