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Phi Delta Theta 27th Annual Crabfeast

  • The Brothers of Phi Delta Theta Maryland Gamma take a photo together after working the crabfeast
    The Brothers of Phi Delta Theta Maryland Gamma take a photo together after working the crabfeast
  • Phi Delta Theta brother Ethan LaLumia tries to finish eating the leftover crabs as the event wraps up
    Phi Delta Theta brother Ethan LaLumia tries to finish eating the leftover crabs as the event wraps up
  • Hundreds of students and family members enjoy conversing together as they pick and eat their Maryland steamed crabs
    Hundreds of students and family members enjoy conversing together as they pick and eat their Maryland steamed crabs
September 23, 2017

Phi Delta Theta hosted their 27thannual crab feast over the fall family weekend this year on September 23, 2017.  The event was the largest and most successful it’s ever been, with over $10,000 total raised, and over 500 tickets sold.  The proceeds from the event all went towards the fraternity’s main philanthropy: ALS.  This year, the fraternity partnered with the Robert Packard Center for ALS research at John’s Hopkins to provide funds to them for further research on the disease.  Tickets were $30 for all-you-can-eat crabs, burgers, hotdogs, and corn.  The Phi Delta Theta crab feast is one of the biggest philanthropic events held by a club/organization at the college.


Last modified on Feb. 1st at 4:00pm by Nick Blake.