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Chi Chi Chapter, Eta Phi Sorority, accepts new members

New members of Chi Chi Chapter, Eta Phi Sorority

Chi Chi Chapter, Eta Phi Sorority, accepts new members
March 18
13:17 2020

Saturday, March 14, marked an exciting and historic day for Chi Chi Chapter of Chi Eta Phi Sorority, Incorporated, when they accepted nine beautiful, energetic registered nurses into their sisterhood. The closed ceremony, witnessed by members, was held on the campus of Winston-Salem State University. Gifts were given, pictures taken, fun and fellowship followed with repass. 

The new members and places of work are: 

*Nicole Bittle-Obi, Atrium Health in Charlotte

*Bianca Dunlap, Wake Forest Medical Center

*Joyce Brunson-Ollison, Cone Emergency Dept.

*Angela Hicks, Novant at Hawthrone 

*Sherida Jones, Novant at Kernersville Medical Center

*Adrienne Jenkins. Novant at Forsyth Medical Center

*Natasha Wilson, Novant at Forsyth Medical Center

*Monica McMillan, Career Center, Winston-Salem School System

*Paula Jones, Novant at Hawthrone Surgical Center. 

Chi Eta Phi Sorority, Inc. is an international sorority of sorors and fraters with diverse cultural and educational backgrounds. Its membership consists of 8,ooo registered professional nurses and nursing students. The sorority was organized on October 16, 1932, by 12 registered nurses at Freedman’s Hospital (now Howard University Hospital) in Washington, D.C. The first chapter was Alpha. There was a twofold purpose of elevating nursing and increasing interest in the nursing profession. 

Chi Chi Chapter in Winston-Salem is one in 26 states in the United States, District of Columbia, Liberia, West Africa (presently inactive) and St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands. Our motto is “Service for Humanity.”

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