Alpha Phi King of Hearts draws attention to domestic violence

Cody-Kingery-1KEARNEY – Alpha Phi has announced the 10 contestants and a new location for its annual King of Hearts male pageant.

The sorority’s University of Nebraska at Kearney event is at 7 p.m. Nov. 3 at Merryman Performing Arts Center.

“This is the first year that the event will be hosted off campus, which will allow us to have more attendees,” said Alpha Phi’s Peyton Carney.

Money raised from King of Hearts is given to help women in domestic violence situations at the S.A.F.E. Center in Kearney. Money also goes to the Alpha Phi Foundation, which supports scholarship and women’s cardiac care.

Those competing in King of Hearts, and the organizations they represent, include:
Matthew Barrow, FIJI
Ryan Boyd, Swing Dancing Club
Dan Carlson, Industrial Distribution
Fern Covarrubias, Loper Programming and Activities Council
Easton Edmond, UNK Baseball
Marshall Glock, Sig Ep
Alec Hamik, PIKE
Ryan McFarlin, UNK Football
Michael McPhillips, Newman Center
Jacob Stallbaumer, Phi Delt