The Ladies of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc., Nu Pi Omega Chapter will host an “INFORMATIONAL MEETING” to promote their upcoming “Little Miss Pink and Green Program” for GIRLS Ages 10-14 and Parents on Saturday, March 24, 2018 at 3p.m. – 5 p.m. at Lakeview Branch Library, 1137 W. Lake Avenue.
This program is one of their premier mentoring and scholastic projects for girls ages 10-14. The local chapter will hold life skills and academic achievement workshops weekly culminating in a gala for the young ladies at the end of the project.
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., is the oldest Greek Letter organization established by college trained and educated African-American women. The mission of the organization is to “cultivate and encourage high scholastic and ethical standards, and to be of service to all mankind.” The local chapter in Peoria has been in existence since 1980, and has awarded thousands of dollars in scholarships to college bound high school students from the Peoria area. For more information contact Little Miss Pink and Green Chairman: Sonya Bolden (309) 648-1866 or Co-Chairman: ShamRa Robinson (309) 361-7773.
Not pictured: Wanda Higgins, Demetra Banks, Joyce Banks, Bianca Brown, Sherneka Cagle, Thembi Connor-Garcia, Kim Dickerson, La Shaun Flowers, Joyce Francis, Davina Frazier, Vonda George, Elaine Gordon, Ahdonna Guiliford, Jocelyn Hazelwood, Soninnya Kelly, Cherron Kelly, Rosalind Lowry, Georgette Orr, Latoyia Hardimon-Purifoy, Marilyn Ragler, Jeanne St. Julian, Jennifer Strickland, Bethany Thimote, Tina Walton, Alicia Washington, and Maxine Wortham