Nursing group celebrates 39 years

Nursing group celebrates 39 years
November 09
01:00 2017

On  Sept. 23, the Chi Chi Chapter of Chi Eta Phi Sorority Inc. celebrated 39 years of existence. The professional nursing organization (Chi Chi) was organized on Sept. 23, 1978, at the Emmanuel Baptist Church by 18 registered nurses.

The charter members are Yetta Clark (organizer and first Basilus), Clementine Shaw, Robbie Irvin, Mary Isom, Gloria Millner, Myrna Huges, Elleton McCullough, Ernestine Westbrook, Mary B. Thompson, Kanzenner Wilks, Virginia Adams, Mildred Smith, Helen Watkins, Betty Harvey, Virginia Thombs, Maybelle Hedgley, Ann Moore and Carolyn Jones.

 A few members gathered at The Trinity Full Gospel Fellowship Center on 5307 Peters Creek Parkway, in Winston-Salem, Sunday, Sept. 24, for worship service. Pastor Richard Miller Sr. delivered the morning message: “The Evidence of the New Birth,” 2 Corinthians 5:16-17 (KJV).

“We enjoyed the inspiring message and fellowship. After the service we took pictures and went to lunch,” the group said in a press release. “Our motto is ‘Service for Humanity.’ We thank God for the services we have provided in our communities, concerning health issues and supporting other organizations over the past 39 years, and look forward to many more years of service!”

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