Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority donates reserve to internal schools
October 30, 2014 - School Supplies
On Oct. 24 and 25, a Cluster III of a South Atlantic Region of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. met at Bethune-Cookman University for a annual conference.
Hosted by Gamma Mu Omega, a connoisseur section for Daytona Beach, and Gamma Tau, a undergraduate section during Bethune-Cookman University, approximately 250 sorority members, representing 15 Florida and South Georgia chapters, attended a conference.
“It was a pleasure to horde a sisters here in Daytona Beach during Bethune-Cookman University,” pronounced Tracia Culver, boss of Gamma Mu Omega Chapter. “By all accounts they truly enjoyed themselves and a liberality of a internal section members and a Daytona Beach community.”
As partial of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority’s One Million Backpacks initiative, that has a idea of donating and distributing one million backpacks and associated propagandize reserve over a four-year period, discussion attendees donated a sum of 150 backpacks filled with propagandize reserve to be diluted among 3 Volusia County schools. Local schools that perceived a backpacks were Palm Terrace Elementary, Daytona Beach; Edith Starke Elementary, DeLand; and Ortona Elementary, Daytona Beach.
Themed, “Connecting Our Pearls by Purpose, Passion, Perseverance and Performance,” a idea of a two-day discussion was to raise member believe and recognition of a sorority’s general programs and policies.
Sorority dignitaries in assemblage enclosed 25th International President Dr. Norma Solomon White and stream South Atlantic Regional Director Sharon Brown Harriott. Also in assemblage was Daytona Beach Mayor Derrick Henry, who welcomed discussion attendees during a opening session. Gamma Mu Omega members Dr. Ann Taylor Green and Mae Frances Davis served as co-chairmen of a weekend event.