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Founders Day 2017

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Sisterly, Soror Sharon Collins, Chair and Soror Kim Batiste-Bufford, Co-chair.

The Wichita Alumnae and Zeta Beta chapters both celebrated 50 years of “Sisterhood and Service” during the 2017 Founders Day Celebration.  The chapters were honored to host as its guest speaker, the Central Region’s 47th Regional Director…Soror Jacqueline A. Dillard.  Members of both chapters along with several guests from the community were captivated by Soror Dillard’s message around the theme,  “Ignite the flame and pass the Torch”.  

   

Trudy, Bev White, Sue Wilson


Delta GEMS & Delta Academy

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Humbly Submitted by, Courtney Hough, Sherida Turner and Jennifer Wright. On April 30, 2016, Wichita Alumnae Sorors, Delta Academy students, along with Delta G.E.M.S. Students participated in a fun fellowship activity at Paint The Towne where the girls painted Mother's Day paintings for their mothers. Our Delta G.E.M.S. volunteered at Exploration Place and put together gingerbread kits for special needs students, assisted with station maintenance, and helped with gingerbread house check- in. "Members of Delta Academy and Delta G.E.M.S. volunteered at Senior North Residence Plaza for their annual holiday potluck. They served breakfast to the senior residents, delivered breakfast to residents who were shut in, and they decorated the facility with Christmas decorations."

GEMS/Academy Group


2016 Behind the Scenes of the 47th Regional Convention

As Soror Delia Shroshire said, "We Made it to the End; Humbly Submitted, Soror Joyce McCulloch.  Click the photo to view the Behind The Scenes gallery

We Made It

 

Announcing our 2015 Scholarship recipients...Congratulations to the following graduates:

Humbly Submitted, Debbie Thompson.   Click the photo to view the Scholarship gallery

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Darrien Fields - Wichita Southeast High School Graduate. Parents:  Darren and Soror Lawanda Fields. College:  Butler Community College Field of Study:  Art.
Aleeya Hubbard - Wichita Southeast High School Graduate. Parent:  Michael Kinnard. College. University of Kansas. Field of Study:  Architecture, Art and Interior.
Hausten Irving - Northeast Magnet High School Graduate. Parents:  John and Tiffinie Irving. College:  Iowa State University. Field of Study:  Civil Engineering
 Jovan Lawless - Northeast Magnet High School Graduate. Parent: Carla Lawless. College:  North Carolina AT&T State University. Field of Study:  Mechanical Engineering.
Shelby Smith - Wichita Heights High School Graduate. Parents:  Mark and Soror Jennifer Smith. College:  Jackson State University. Field of Study: Psychology, Forensic Science.
Nicholas Williams. Parents:  Michael and Soror Sheila Williams. College:  Kansas State University. Field of Study:  Management Information Systems.
Jessica Wright - Wichita Heights High School Graduate. Parents:  Rochell Wright and Judy Wright. College:  Wichita State University Field of Study: Business Management.

The Scholarship Committee members consisted of Sorors Brenda Burkhalter, Edith Knox, Jennifer Smith, Alicia Thompson, Marlana Walker, Sheila Williams! Thanks to all of you for all of your time and hard work!


April 17th, 2015 “An Affair to Remember: Where Memories are Born, Treasured and Celebrated” photos

Submitted by Soror Delia Shropshire

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The Wichita Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority presented a Fine Arts Extravaganza, “An Affair to Remember: Where Memories are Born, Treasured, and Celebrated” held at The Abode, 1330 E. Douglas, on April 17, 2015. And boy, oh, boy! Did we show up and show out, or what? We look forward to doing it again in 2016, “An Affair to Remember: Where Memories Are Redesigned” We hope to have vendors, music, art, fashion, live and silent auctions and more. . . .


December 11th EMBODI photos

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DECEMBER 11, 2014 - EMBODI Deltas working with our youth at Boys & Girls Club of Wichita. Committee members participated in a session called “What’s Yo Brand” with the P3 program (Positive Pathway Program) of the Big Brothers Big Sisters Program. The Sorors pictured: Rhonda K. Lewis (co-chair), Jeanetta Green (co-chair), BreAnna Monk, (cochair), Nesia McGowin, Ranisha Hunter, Joyce McCulloch and Narvella McElrath. Sorors not pictured include: Misty Bias, Kameelah Alexander, Ina Dean and Sonnya Adams.


January 31st Founders Day photos

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On Saturday, January 31, 2015, the Wichita Alumnae Chapter celebrated Founders Day on the campus of Wichita State University in the Rhatigan Student Center. Theme: “To Lead, To Serve, To Empower.” Many sorors, both active and inactive were in attendance. The day began with chapter and group photos, followed by time for sorors to fellowship with one another before the Rededication service. The Rededication service, led by our chapter president Soror Emile McGill, provided an opportunity to renew our allegiance, commitment, and dedication to the principles of this wonderful Sisterhood.


Delta GEMS and Delta Academy - These are 4 separate events.

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Submitted by Soror Sherida Turner

GEMs & Academy

Pic#1: Delta Academy participants attended the Expanding Your Horizons (EYH) Conference at WSU on November 8th.

Pic#2: Delta Academy and Delta GEMS participated in the Martin Luther King Parade. The girls started the day by making posters based on MLK quotes. They then joined Sorors as they walked in the parade.

Pic#3: On Saturday, February 21st, Delta Academy participated in a community project called Bags of Blessings. In February, over 30 organizations across Wichita rely on Partners of Wichita to deliver hygiene item bags to their organization so that they may help distribute them to the families and individuals most in need in our community. Delta Academy filled bags with the specified hygiene items to be donated.

Pic#4: Delta Academy recognized Heart Health Month by participating in a discussion about healthy nutrition. In addition, they were joined by sorors in a Linercise class which is a fusion of line dances and exercise. They ended the day with healthy snacks.