On May 6, 2013, members of Gamma Sigma Omega and Sigma Tau Chapters of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated joined together to serve dinner to the residents of Old Savannah City Mission.
For the past two and a half years, the chapters meet each first Monday of the month to fulfill one of their objectives “to be of service to all mankind”. This program falls under their Global Poverty Initiative. The goals for this initiative are to end hunger, preserve the environment and empower women. Education in sustainable food practices will make women equal partners in ending poverty and hunger. Members of Sigma Tau Chapter at Armstrong Atlantic State University eagerly look forward to volunteering at the center.
They alternate with members of Gamma Sigma Omega Chapter in working in the kitchen, while others serve the dinners and clean the tables afterward. Members of Sigma Tau Chapter present were Bresa Daise, Cleo Usry, Demetra Squires, Erika Moultrie, Hailee Hutcherson, Jatoria Little, Patrese Jackson, Shonique Dunn and Stanasia Brown. Members of Gamma Sigma Omega Chapter were Tarangula Scott, Audrey Singleton, Sharon Stallings, Terri Lewis, Joyce Dingle, Virginia Parham, Mary Coleman, Annette Mitchell, Diann Scott, Melinda Miller, Courtney Eaton and Michelle Gwyn. Also present were Anndi Liggett from Florida State University and Cecily Powell from Armstrong Atlantic State University. Mrs. Tarangula Barnes Scott serves as the President of Gamma Sigma Omega Chapter and Ms. Patrese Jackson is the President of Sigma Tau Chapter. Ms. Erika Moultrie is the Ivy Leaf Reporter for Sigma Tau Chapter.