Welcome to Dallas Pi Phi

The Dallas Pi Beta Phi Alumnae Club was chartered in 1915. It is currently the one of the largest clubs in the country, with over 700 members from over 75 chapters. Dallas Pi Phi is very diverse with members ranging from recent grads to baby boomers. The Dallas Alumnae Club offers both daytime and nighttime meetings and events. There is something for everyone's schedule. We have a Shining Arrow group, a Junior Night group and some events that we all enjoy together!

Our Groups

Dallas Alumnae Club

Daylight Angels are age 40+, married and unmarried, with and without children, stay-at-home moms, career women raising families, community volunteers, civic leaders, empty nesters and retirees. All different ages, but all Pi Phis at heart!

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Shining Arrows

Shining Arrows members are primarily between the ages of 25 and 45. Don’t let our name mislead you, we have day and evening meetings! We are married, unmarried, with and without young children, career women getting new businesses off and running, stay-at-home moms, and multi-tasking experts for all that life brings at this stage.

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Junior Night

Junior Night members are primarily recent college graduates and young alumnae, ages 21 to 34. We are teachers, young professionals and grad students. Some are married, while others are still single and searching!

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Recent News

Style Show 2017

Sisters InStyle featured beautiful spring and summer fashions while raising money for eight local literacy agencies in our city.  Halo Hugs to our chairmen, Suzanne Everbach, Natalie Siegel, & Kathy Vasaalo, and our Honorary Chairmen, Penny Cook, Jeanne Cox, and Kay Bailey Hutchison

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Style Show Patron Party

Liz and Bill Armstrong opened their breathtaking Museum Tower home for the “Sisters InStyle” Patron Party on April 6, 2017.  Guests were inspired by the spectacular views of our great city, and are greatly anticipating the upcoming style show fundraiser on April 18 that will benefit eight literacy agencies in Big ‘D’.  

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