STEWARDSHIP LOCATIONS ON THE NAU CAMPUS & IN THE CITY OF FLAGSTAFF  
There are certain important Sigma Chi Legacy locations on the NAU campus and in the City of Flagstaff.  These special locations demand on-going attention by both Sigma Chi actives and alumni beyond the usual "service project" due to our heritage.
 
These locations are:
 
1) The Zeta Omicron Chapter Room and Wing in Mountain View Hall.  For filling the Wing, the University entrust the Chapter with the use of the Chapter Room & Wing. This where Sigma Chi operates at NAU.  Its where the Chapter is entrusted with keeping, displaying, guarding, and honoring all of the legacy items of Zeta Omicron Chapter.
 
 
 
2) The Nick Adams '78 & Valerie Munoz Memorial Bench, NAU South Campus (near the southeast corner of the Social & Behavioral Science Building). This bench is dedicated to loving of brother Nick Adams and his fiance, Valerie Munoz who wer tragically killed in a auto accident south of Albuquerque, New Mexico.  The memorial was created by Nick's and Valerie's parents, Mr. Robert Crozier, former NAU Alumni Director and NAU classmate of Valerie's parents, and the late Dr. Edward H. Rybnicek, Ph.D., NAU professor emeritus, Nick's graduate advisor, and longtime advisor to Kappa Sigma and all of the Greeks at NAU.  Nick pledged at Zeta Omicron Chapter in Fall 1975.  The Sigma Chi actives and alumni accepted the continued stewardship of the bench. The Sig alumni are currently in discussion with the NAU Facilities Dept. regarding the proper care of the bench.
 
 
3) The Thomas J. Fraioli '88 Memorial Bench, NAU North Campus (far northwest corner of NAU just west of the corner of Knolls Drive and DuPont).  This bench is dedicated to the loving memory of their son Tom by the Fraioli family.  Tom tragically lost his life from a lightning strike while climbing the San Francisco Peaks.  Tom pledged Zeta Omicron Chapter in Fall 1985. The Sig alumni are currently working with the Fraioli family and are in discussions with the NAU Facilities Dept. regarding the proper care of the bench.
 
4) The Sigma Chi Split-Rail Log Fence, Downtown Flagstaff along the southside of Route 66 (Santa Fe Ave. west of the Flagstaff Chamber of Commerce Building at Beave St.).  The significance of this fence to the NAU and Flagstaff Sigma Chi alumni cannot be overstated. To be continued.