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Congratulatons to Suffolk County Alumnae Chapter for being named "Small Chapter of the Year" during the Eastern Regional Conference of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and for efforts with the Total Woman Health Initiative.
                         
Congratulations to the newest members of Suffolk County Alumnae Chapter...The Passionate Pearls.
                          

                          
Save the Dates

February 9- National Black Touring Circuit "Celebrations" @ Suffolk Comm. College - 8 pm

March 7-Delta Days at the United Nations

March 8- DST Regional Day of Service

March 29- DST Love My Sister

 

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority National Headquarters

Delta Sigma Theta-SCAC
P.O. Box 3057
Huntington Station, NY 11746
admin@dstscac.org
631-425-1973

History of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

More than ninety years ago on the campus of Howard University, 22 young Black collegiate women formed Delta Sigma Theta Sorority as a public service organization. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. was founded in 1913 at Howard University and serves as a non-profit national organization of predominantly Black college women committed to public service. The focus of Delta Sigma Theta is framed in the Five Point Program Thrust of the organization:

Economic Development
Educational Development
International Awareness and Involvement
Physical and Mental Health
Political Awareness and Involvement

Nationally and locally, the purpose of Delta Sigma Theta is to provide services and programs to support human welfare. Incorporated in 1930, Delta has more than 200,000 members across 900 chapters in over 46 states and countries.

For more information, visit our National Website at www.deltasigmatheta.org

 

History of Suffolk County Alumnae Chapter

SCAC Chapter Photograph (2005)


Suffolk County Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. was chartered on April 23, 1989. The charter members aimed to expand Delta programs throughout Suffolk County in order to create an awareness of Delta services in business, religious, educational, political, social and cultural institutions. In addition SCAC continues to tap the resources of available women who can bring positive, innovative and motivational ideas to public service initiatives of Delta Sigma Theta.

Mirroring the Five Point Program Thrust, the Suffolk County Alumnae Chapter is committed to providing public service to the communities of Suffolk County in hopes of assisting in the improved quality of life.

Suffolk County Alumnae Chapter (2004)

 

Charter Members of SCAC

Clevelandria Adams
Nettie Perry Bailey
Danita Charlene Beatty
Wanda Penelope Beatty
Selina S. Belle
Marjorie Odessa Bollar
Edna Hardy Butler
Claire Jones Conquest
Fannie Walker Dawson
Velma Dove
Loretta Buck Duverney
Deborah M. Dyson
M.Judi Adams Evans
Vera Adams Farquharson
M. Edwina Ford
Dr. Maxine Emmett Gomes
Portia Harris Hawes
Debra J. Hill
Martha Baker Howlette
Delores Singletary Ledbetter
Nancy Adams Matthews
Patricia L. Brou Matthews
Wray Pash Peacock
Judith Wilkins Ramsey
Dr. Audrey Johnson Savwoir
Shirley M. Singletary-Hudson
Wilma Faye Smith


Congratulations to Spring 06

Carole Benjamin, Melissa Cheese, and Lisa Dingwall (bottom row)

Subrina Oliver, Stephanie Thomas, Cheryl Mchunguzi, Denise McNeill-Grant, Angel Johnson-Shepard, Janice Tinsley-Colbert, and Diane Seaman






 
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