The Key Magazine
Zeta Pi Chapter was one of two chapters selected to create a coat of arms in the spring of 2012. Our goal was to create a crest that symbolizes all that we love about our chapter. It was presented at our national convention in Jacksonville, Florida. The Zeta Pi coat of arms and its story is featured in the Summer 2012 edition of the Kappa Kappa Gamma national magazine, The Key.
- The center band of the fleur-de-lis represents our strength in ritual.
- The top of the fleur-de-lis represents our recent performance in recruitment, with the young irises growing under the support of the older stems.
- The left represents something unique about our chapter, the Kash for Keys program. Kash for Keys provides opportunities for active members to work for our alumna to help pay for chapter dues. Popular jobs include babysitting and yard work.
- The right represents things we like to do, like watch movies, sing Disney songs, and craft.
- The bottom half has our letters, KKG, and our Zeta Pi symbols.
- The phrase "individually unique, together complete" represents the diversity of our chapter and the unity of our bonds. This can be seen in the 31 different owls, each representing a sister, that together form a unified ring.
The Fraternity Coat-of-Arms combines the well-known symbols of Kappa Kappa Gamma: the key, the Greek letters, the New Member pin, the fleur-de-lis, the owl, and the two blues.