Sorority keeps busy in fall

Evelyn Sanders recognizes Courtney Duncan-Adams for her outstanding work for the Theta Mu Sigma Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc. for the month of September.

Sorority keeps busy in fall
October 27
01:30 2016


During the month of October,  the Theta Mu Sigma Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc. participated in a joint venture by Area III members to donate money to St. Jude. Area III is composed of sorors from the State of North Carolina.

Additionally, the chapter has been very busy participating in voter education and get out the vote. Soror Evelyn Sanders chairs the voter’s education committee.

On Oct. 1, the chapter participated in Keep Winston Beautiful by cleaning Argonne Boulevard, which is the chapter’s assigned street to keep clean.  Soror Sonjia Samuel chairs the Keep Winston Beautiful committee.

On Oct. 8, Theta Mu Sigma Chapter held and opened to the public a Breast Cancer Awareness presentation at Carver School Road Library.  The guest was Cassandra Lewis, representing the Susan G. Komen foundation.  “The presentation was very informative and inspiring,” Theta Mu Sigma Chapter officials said.

ewis stressed early detection and self-examination as the main keys to living a longer and healthier life.  Theta Mu Sigma chapter welcomed, Lewis, who is a member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc.

For this breast cancer awareness activity, sorors wore pink ribbons or pink lapel pins with the sorority’s Greek letters engraved on them. Soror Courtney Duncan-Adams and Soror Sanders provided refreshments.

The sorority started off this sorority year by recognizing a soror for the month of September 2016. Soror Courtney Duncan-Adams was recognized for her outstanding work for the chapter for the month of September.

The chapter continued the month of September with its Operation BigBookBag project, where school supplies were donated to Winston-Salem Preparatory Academy.  The chapter continued its September activities by attending their Area III Meeting held at N.C. A&T State University in Greensboro, where over 300 sorors representing their chapters attended.

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