On Friday, March 9, 2018, Huntsville Alumnae Chapter celebrated Sisterhood Month with our Shades of Sisterhood event. As part of that activity, HAC donated hundreds of everyday necessities (paper towels, toiletries, soaps, detergent, etc) to Riah Rose. Now let’s get on to https://essaynara.com basic arithmetic problems. Riah Rose is a 501c3 organization helping young women, young mothers become self sufficient. Pictured from L-R: Sorors Jackie Perry (HAC President), Carolyn Jackson (Director or Riah Rose), and Ovetta Hobson (HAC Vice-President).
The 39th Annual Honors Convocation was held on Sunday, March 4, 2018. This year’s theme was: “Celebrating Excellence: #Students4SocialChange”. Pictured from left to right are: Maria Goodman, Chairperson on Honors Committee, Jackie Perry, HAC President, and Student Speaker Nakia Griffin, Pam McDonald, HAC, Student Speakers Kourtney Hale and Tristan Williams, and Convocation Speaker Minister Winford “Kenny” Rice, Jr.
The Sorority incorporated a social action component into this year’s Honors Convocation by creating the first annual Social Change Champions award. Representatives Laura Hall and Anthony Daniels were selected as the 2018 Social Change Champions. Pictured left to right are Dr. Tenisha Daniels (for Representative Anthony Daniels), Jackie Perry, HAC President, and Representative Laura Hall.
Are you ready for the Fourth Annual Rise Against Hunger (RAH) Food Packaging Event?!
SAVE THE DATE!! The Huntsville Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. is presenting a Talent Extravaganza on April, 22, 2018.
As we continue to move forward in Sisterhood Month, I must ask if you have contacted a soror yet just to spread some sisterly joy. If not, today is a good day to do that.
Recently, all nutritional reports support eating fruits and veggies on a regular basis. Sorors, are you enjoying your spiritual fruit as well? In the book of Galatians, chapter five describes the fruit of the spirit as love, joy, peace, forbearance, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness and self-control. This fruit closely aligns with our nine cardinal virtues. Therefore, during this month, lets choose to exhibit these characteristics in our daily lives.
When everything else in this life demands your attention, try spending time with God in His Word. There you will find the love, peace and joy you need to navigate each day. You will also find Godly wisdom and insight and God will be delighted that you chose to spend some time with Him. Pondering over the fruit and embracing the sorority’s virtues will strengthen your abilities, refresh and inspire you to face difficult situations and task with renewed strength and fill your heart with abundant peace and contentment.
Meditate on this prayer: Lord, help me to be sensitive to the lives of those around me. Let me have compassion for their pains and genuine joy for their victories, sharing their sorrows and reveling in their successes. Please make me a better friend, spouse, parent, sibling, child and Soror. Amen!
Keep ROMANS 12:15 in mind as well: “Rejoice with those who rejoice and weep with those who weep.”
Blessings to you my Sorors,