• 21 Jun 2021 5:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    The Target 3 committee is elated to re-introduce an initiative that highlights the entrepreneurs in our chapter! Lights, camera and action...we are shining the “Pink Spotlight” on our chapter sorors who are business owners!

    We will be highlighting, or placing in the “Pink Spotlight,” different sorors so that we can know more about your business and ways in which we can support you!

    To promote your business, product or service, please contact Soror Theresa Bland at or by phone at 614-348-0053.

  • 21 Jun 2021 5:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Florida Memorial University Location-Miami Gardens, FL Founded-1879

    The mission of Florida Memorial University is to instill in students the importance of becoming global citizens through life-long learning, leadership, character, and service, which will enhance their lives and the lives of others.

    Allen University Location-Columbia, SC Founded-187

    Allen University is an academic community which provides students an opportunity to obtain associate, baccalaureate, and graduate degrees in liberal arts and professional programs in traditional and distance education formats. The University has a strong unalterable commitment to teaching in delivery of its associate, baccalaureate, and graduate programs.

    A Big Sisterly Thank You to Sorors Angela Alston, Karen Carey, Marcy Drafts, LaTaisha Goins-Foster, Cheryl Noble, Alicia Thomas-Harris, Olivia Thomas & Donna Wright for your donations to HBCUs for the period January-April. During the May chapter these Sorors names were entered into a drawing. The winner of a $25.00 gift certificate to Bath & Body Works was Soror Angela Alston, a graduate of North Carolina Central University.

    Sorors, please continue to make your individual donations to your favorite HBCU! During the September chapter meeting, Sorors who make donations (May-August) and either email, scan or forward their receipts from the school will be recognized. Send receipts to

    Get Ready: In preparation for HBCU Week (9/19-25), Madame Basileus has approved wearing our favorite HBCU/ collegiate shirt to the September virtual chapter meeting. It is not too early to begin planning your wardrobe for the meeting. If you have any questions, please contact either Soror Marcia Childs, Chair

  • 21 Jun 2021 5:00 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

     The Community Service Committee’s placemat activity took place on May 27. 2021 at 1:00 pm. Sorors participated in fun games, won prizes and created encouraging placemats for clients at the Alvis House. The purpose of this activity was to create and decorate paper placemats to help make dinner for individuals who are often eating in cafeteria-style dining rooms in group homes, community centers and hospitals have a more personal and family feeling experience as if they were at home. Soros created the most beautiful placemats filled with positive messages. We loved your attention to detail and we are please with what we were able to create and donate! Congratulations to our placemat winner, Soror Lataisha Goins! The committee is planning “Back to School Drive” for the late summer so please stay tuned for more information! Soror Melvina Torbert, Chairman

  • 11 Mar 2015 7:36 AM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Sorors! We know you are looking forward to our summer “break” but here is your summer homework assignment! Please track your spending at Black-owned businesses to date! There will be incentive drawings each month for sorors who track their spending during that month. You can track all of your spending on one form, located here: This form is also located on the members only section of our website, You’ve likely patronized more Blackowned businesses than you realize! Here are a few ideas:


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