Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Savannah Alumnae Chapter: The Atlanta Take Over


All roads led to Atlanta, Georgia January 30-February 1, 2016 for Georgia State Cluster, which also included Founders Day Celebration and Delta Days at the State Capitol. More than one thousand eight hundred members of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. who reside in the state of Georgia gathered to rededicate themselves to the ideals and purposes of the sorority.

The weekend also included a star studded Founders Day dinner that featured an inspiring message by the twenty-second National President of Delta Sigma Theta, Dr. Gwendolyn E. Boyd, the current President of Alabama A & M University.

The second highlight of the dinner was special musical guest Tony Terry, who serenaded the members of the sorority with his classic hit “When I’m With You.”The three day weekend concluded with a focus on Social Ac*on, the major focal point of Delta Sigma Theta.

Dr. Patricia Harris shown with State Senator Lester Jackson
Dr. Patricia Harris shown with State Senator Lester Jackson
Members of the sorority began Monday morning with the Social Ac*on Breakfast, where several members of the sorority as well all chapters were honored for their work in the community. The day also allowed members to convene at the State Capitol to meet with legislators to address the political and socioeconomic concerns of their respective communities. Savannah Alumnae Chapter was well represented with more than ninety members present during the three day weekend. A Savannah Alumnae highlight of the visit to the State Capitol was the recognition of Dr. Patricia Harris with the Goodwill Ambassador Medal for her work in the community. The medal was presented by Senator Lester Jackson. Dr. Harris is a re*red educator who has dedicated her life to educational development of children. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Savannah Alumnae Chapter salutes her for her efforts.

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