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King Of Hearts: Men’s Competition to Benefit Women’s Heart Health

This Monday, the Alpha Phi Foundation hosted their first King of Hearts Competition where all proceeds made benefited Women’s Heart Health.  Heart disease is the number one killer of women, causing one in three deaths each year.  With over 130 attendees, Alpha Phi raised over $700 for Women’s Heart Health! 

12 UW-Stout men competed in several competitions related to Women’s Heart Health including: Best Dressed, Women’s Heart Health Question, Minute to Win It Challenge, 15 Seconds of Fame, and a Fitness Challenge.  

Colin Ivey, representing Chi Lambda Fraternity, won the title of King of Hearts.  Ivey said, “I just tried to have a good time with it, and fortunately, it all worked out in my favor.”  He also praised the Alpha Phi Foundation, especially Megan Meehan, the Director of Philanthropy, for their hard work in organizing the event.  Ivey was glad he was given the opportunity and said, “It was great to be able to help raise money for Women’s Heart Health.”  We sure think he deserved the King of Hearts title, too! 

(Photo credit: Jonathan P. Soffa) 

My name is Rachel Kolias and I am from St. Paul, Minnesota. I am a junior at UW- Stout studying Professional Communication and Emerging Media with a concentration in Applied Journalism. I am a dedicated tea drinker, yogi, Lindy Hopper, musician, blogger and dog lover.
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