Local sorority to hold ninth annual Community Day event on Saturday

Local sorority to hold ninth annual Community Day event on Saturday
August 17
13:29 2022

The Phi Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.® was founded on Feb. 14, 1924. The Phi Omega Chapter is the oldest graduate chapter in the state of North Carolina and has proudly served the citizens of the greater Winston-Salem area with passion and pride for 98 years.

Since 2014, the Phi Omega Chapter has hosted an annual Community Day event, in which we host programs and conduct service projects that not only highlight our target programs, but positively impact the lives of citizens and benefit organizations within our local community. When the COVID-19 pandemic initially began, we did not allow it to stop us from serving our community. We simply adapted to this new way of life and changed the way we served our community to ensure the safety of everyone involved.

This year our chapter will be making a major comeback in providing phenomenal outreach to our community by hosting our first in-person Community Day event since 2019. Our ninth annual Community Day event will take place on Saturday, Aug. 20, from 10 a.m. until noon at Carver High School, located at 3545 Carver School Road. During this event we will provide our students with school supplies, providing them with tools for success for the upcoming school year.

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