Welcome to the Huntsville Alumnae Chapter!

Chartered in 1954, the Huntsville Alumnae Chapter has a rich legacy of providing service throughout the entire county of Madison. Our members diligently work to “Advance the Sisterhood” in Scholarship & Service to our community. We strive to provide quality programs to educate our youth, steer economic development within our community and be at the forefront of social action.

Please join us in continuing the legacy by frequently perusing our upcoming events on this page and participating in our community service programs and other activities over the coming months.

We are currently accepting applications for our Tuition Scholarship.   Please visit our Scholarship page for more information.

Yours in Delta,

Jackie Perry, President

Race, Social Justice & the Industry

Sorors Jackie Perry, President of Huntsville Alumnae Chapter and Judise Lanier, President of Central North  Alumnae Chapter had the honor of greeting and showering Honorary Member, Soror Susan L. Taylor with gifts of love on Tuesday, September 26, 2017.  Soror Taylor was in Huntsville for Alabama A&M University’s Homecoming Week.  She was a participant in the “Beyond Normal Series Lecture:  Race and Injustice in the Industry”.  Soror Taylor is a well-known editor, writer and journalist.  She is the Founder and CEO of National CARES Mentoring Movement and previously served as editor-in-chief of Essence Magazine.  She is often referred to as “the most influential black woman in journalism today”.

 

Chaplain's Corner

November 13, 2017

This is the time of the year we focus on giving.  The act of “giving” brings out the best of our good nature.  If done in the right spirit, it makes us feel good inside.  As you give to others this year, do it from the heart.  Matthew 6:3-4 says “When you give to the needy, do not let your left hand know what your right hand is doing, so that your giving may be in secret.  Then your father, who sees what is done in secret, will reward you.” (NIV Classics Devotional Bible)

-Soror Frankie Yarbrough