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Members of the sorority Alpha Epsilon Phi performed at Kappa Delta Shakedown on March 5 at CFE Arena. The sorority danced to a medley of Rihanna songs at the event. 

Fraternities and sororities from UCF's Greek life and Knights and Damsels Dance Company gathered in CFE Arena for Kappa Delta Shakedown on Tuesday night.

Kappa Delta Shakedown is an annual event where Greek organizations and other dance teams at UCF perform dance routines to raise money for the the Kappa Delta’s philanthropy, Prevent Child Abuse America. PCAA develops programs and promotes services that work to prevent child abuse and neglect across the country, according to the organization's website. 

At the end of the night, it was announced that $91,506 was raised for PCAA. Money was raised through ticket sales and donations from sponsors including Floyd's 99 Barber ShopSaddle UpKnight Library and others. Fraternities and sororities raised and donated money to Kappa Delta for the cause as well.

The first place performance winners for the night were the sorority Alpha Xi Delta and fraternity Phi Gamma Delta, also known as FIJI.

Second place for sorority performances went to Kappa Alpha Theta, with Zeta Tau Alpha placing third. For fraternities, Alpha Tau Omega landed in second and third place went to Phi Delta Theta.

Other awards included Top Fundraising winner which was won by the fraternity Delta Upsilon. Another award included the Best Newcomer Award which went to the Diversified Greek Council, a cohort of culturally diverse Greek letter organizations at UCF. 

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