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Title: Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Cincinnati Alumnae Chapter Ohio Chapter of the Year!


1
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.Cincinnati
Alumnae ChapterOhio Chapter of the Year!
  • General Body Meeting
  • February 21, 2009
  • CACDST Goals
  • Impactful social action programming that
    mobilizes the chapter
  • Contributing 30,000 over the next 5 years to our
    chapter scholarships and programs
  • Reclaiming at least 50 sorors over the next 5
    years
  • Enhancing our internal policies and procedures
    for better chapter effectiveness
  • Increasing chapter visibility within the
    community and the sorority.
  • Regional Goals
  • 200 delegates at DDNC
  • 100 Chapter Compliance
  • 7000 Members by June 30, 2009
  • 200 DIDs (Delta Internal Development workshops)
  • 8 State Meetings (e.g., Delta Days, Statewide
    Founders Day, Training Clusters, etc.)
  • Launch a State Program Initiative for all 8
    states
  • Submit 4 articles from the Midwest for the Delta
    Journal
  • 100 attendance by chapters at the Regional
    Conference
  • Full slate of candidates for 2009 Regional
    Conference

2
Ohio Chapter of the Year!General Body
MeetingFebruary 21, 2009ORDER OF BUSINESS
  • Meeting Call to Order
  • Adoption of the Agenda
  • House Keeping Reminder
  • Minutes of Previous General Body Meeting
    Read Silently
  • Correspondence
  • Officers Reports
  • President
  • 1st Vice President
  • 2nd Vice President
  • 3rd Vice President
  • Financial Secretary
  • Treasurer
  • Committee Reports
  • Ebony Fashion Fair
  • Ways Means /Golf Outing
  • Scholarship
  • Membership Intake
  • Social Action
  • Physical Mental Health
  • Unfinished Business
  • New Business
  • Funding for MWLT Mtg
  • Announcements
  • Ritualistic Closing

Note Italic and shadowed items are reports
containing recommendations and will require action
3
General Body Meeting MinutesJanuary 25, 2009
The January 2009 meeting was called to order at
325 pm, College Hill Presbyterian Church. A
quorum was present with 56 financial members and
6 non-financial/ visiting sorors. Sor. Shawnda
DeRamus moved to adopt the agenda. Seconded.
Motion carries. The December General Body Meeting
minutes were read silently. Sor. Shawnda DeRamus
moved to accept the minutes. Seconded. Motion
Carries. Membership Intake Sor. Gail McCullom
gave her report. 36 packets screened. 28
candidates on the ballot, voting to take place
for the first hour of the meeting today. Motion
to accept the report by Sor. Tina Welch.
Seconded. Motion carries. Tally of those who
received the majority vote to be discussed under
unfinished business. Correspondence Sor.
Veronica Chapman gave the report. Thank you card
from Sor. Leonard-Wilkinson. Invitation from
Urban league. Several ads to be discussed under
new business. President Sor. Veronica Chapman
gave her report. Local, State, Regional and
National Updates. Violets to Sor. Cheryl Lett and
Sor Gail McCullom and the Minerva Circle,
Adopt-A-Family committee and Sor. Integration for
successful events. 1st Vice President Sor. Tina
Welch gave the report. Information report. Update
on programs. 2nd Vice President Sor. Danelle
Carter gave her report. Update on founders days
programs. Registration information for Statewide
founders day. 100 for Alumnae sorors and 75 for
collegiate. Welcome to visiting sorors.
Acknowledgement of Jan. birthdays. 3rd Vice
President Sor. Vickie Fairley gave her report.
Informational.
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General Body Meeting Minutes January 2009
.continued
  • Financial Secretary
  • Sor. Ligaya West gave her report. At 127
    financial members. Collecting dues for 09-10
    sorority year.
  • Treasurer
  • Sor. Gayle DeBrossard gave her report. Review of
    External Audit.
  • Committees
  • Fall Round Up Sor. Danelle Carter gave the final
    report. Motion to accept the final report by Sor.
    Tina Welch. Seconded. Motion Carries.
  • Ways and Means Soror Lisa Rowell gave her
    report. Brochures in for sorors to hand out to
    get golfers, sponsors and donations. Sorors asked
    to collect items for the golf bags and get 2 hole
    sponsors. Committee meeting 2/20.
  • Delta G.E.M.S Sor. Camille Woods gave her
    report. Informational.
  • Scholarship Sor. Kim Hull gave her final report
    on the college prep workshop. Preparing to
    review scholarship applications. Motion to accept
    the final report by Sor. Krystal Hardy. Seconded.
    Motion carries. Committee meeting 2/15.
  • Social Action Sor. Deitria Walker gave her
    report. Update on Delta Days at the Nations
    capitol. Asking for Sorors to fill in the survey
    that was passed out. Committee meeting 2/7.
  • Physical Mental Health No report.
  • Unfinished Business
  • Membership Intake vote tally total of 54
    ballots. Majority vote is 28 votes. 20 candidates
    being sent to Regional Director. Motion to accept
    the report by Sor. Robyn McDonald-Gordon.
    Seconded. Motion Carries
  • New Business
  • Sigma Zeta (NKU) is requesting funding assistance
    for Delta Days at the Nations Capital. Motion to
    donate 125 by Sor. Tina Welch. Seconded.
    Discussion. Motion Carries.

5
General Body Meeting Minutes January 2009
.continued
  • .
  • Request from Debutante Dominique K. Francisco to
    support her efforts to win Miss Debutante 2009.
    Motion to purchase a quarter page ad by Sor.
    Tikica Benjamin. Seconded. Discussion. Call for
    the question. Motion fails.
  • Sponsorship request for Alpha Chapters 17th
    Annual Woman to Woman Conference at Howard
    University, Wednesday, February 4, 2009. The
    theme is Sisters Lets TalkReaching Our Full
    Potential, Excelling Beyond Belief. No motion
    made by the chapter.
  • Request from Womens City Club to co-sponsor
    their 16th Annual National Speaker Forum
    featuring New York Times columnist and Cincinnati
    Native, Gail Collins, on Thursday, March 12, 730
    PM at the Millennium Hotel. Co-sponsor fee is
    300 and organizations will received 12 tickets
    to the event plus 4 tickets to a private catered
    reception with Gail following her talk. No motion
    made by the chapter.
  • Request from Queen City to purchase an ad for
    their Beautillion Militaire. Motion to purchase a
    full page ad after first checking to see if we
    can trade with them putting an ad in the
    cotillion booklet by Sor. Tina Welch. Seconded.
    Discussion. Motion Carries.
  • Announcements
  • Sor. Krystal Hardy leaving to move to Memphis.
  • Water project raised 84.
  • Sor. Deitria Walker looking for a sales rep for
    her insurance office.
  • Sor. Veronica Chapman won the Girl Scouts Woman
    of Distinction award.
  • Motion to adjourn by Sor. Tina Welch. Seconded.
    Motion Carries.
  • Meeting adjourned at 533 pm followed by the
    Ritualistic Closing.
  • Stacey Fulgham Veronica Chapman

6
Correspondence ReportFebruary 21, 2009
  • Greetings Sorors. Please review the guidelines
    listed below that will help in our correspondence
    process.
  • All committee meetings, updates, announcements,
    etc. that you would like included in the upcoming
    CAC Weekly Update should be submitted each week,
    no later than Sunday, 500pm to
    dst_cincinnati_alumnae_at_yahoo.com. You must write
    your own submission in its entirety. This will
    insure inclusion of any early week meetings, as
    the Update will be emailed during the early part
    of each week. If you have an exception/emergency,
    feel free to call 513-258-3799.
  • Please submit your info in the format as you
    would like for it to appear in the update. Your
    info should be inclusive but brief, in STANDARD
    TYPE AND FONT. Include pertinent info such as
    date, time, location, contact person, email,
    phone number, etc. Only minor editing will be
    done.
  • Keep in mind that NOT EVERY FLYER/ATTACHMENT CAN
    BE INCLUDED. Therefore, submit your info as
    bullet points that can be included in the body of
    the update or send an attachment that is small in
    capacity.
  • Please UPDATE YOUR CURRENT ADDRESS, EMAIL, PHONE
    NUMBERS, ETC. with our Sergeant at Arms as you
    sign in for the Chapter Meeting. Also, if you
    have information that is currently not on file
    for another Soror, please provide it to us. We
    need correct information so that we can keep you
    in the communication loop of CAC.
  • Your suggestions and comments are welcome.
    Remember, ALL SUBMISSIONS SHOULD ONLY BE SENT TO
    THE CHAPTER EMAIL ADDRESS dst_cincinnati_alumnae
    _at_yahoo.com. Thank you Sorors!
  • Correspondence
  • Invitation from Girl Scouts of Western Ohio to
    attend their 2009 Women of Distinction Reception
    on Tuesday, March 10, 500pm 700pm, Queen City
    Club, 331 East Fourth Street, Cincinnati. One of
    the recipients of the award is our President,
    Soror Veronica Chapman. This is a complimentary
    event, but reservations are required by March 2.
    For reservations, call 513-489-1025, or email
    LauraFordHarris_at_girlscoutsofwesternohio.org.
  • Spelman College Glee Club, Spring Tour 2009 will
    take place on Tuesday, March 10, 700pm at Mt.
    Zion Baptist Church, 10180 Woodlawn Blvd,
    Woodlawn, OH. Admission is free.

7
Correspondence Report continued..
  • Request/Ads/Donations
  • Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. will host their
    78th Great Lakes Regional Conference April 23
    26, 2009 in Cincinnati, OH. They are asking for
    support of their souvenir journal. Ad prices
    range from 50 (business card), 100/quarter
    page, 125/half page, 200/full page b/w,
    300/full page color, and 750/outside back cover
    color.
  • Submitted in the spirit of Delta,
  • Charlotte McKenzie
  • Corresponding Secretary

8
Presidents ReportFebruary 21, 2009
  • In February we typically focus on our loved ones
    with Valentines Day. However, as busy Deltas and
    caregivers we must also remember to focus on
    ourselves by maintaining a healthy heart and a
    healthy lifestyle in order to preserve our mind,
    body and spirit.
  • Local Updates
  • Please keep Soror Elsie Brown in your prayers. 
    She is now residing at the Pleasant Ridge Care
    Center located at 5501 Verulam Street. 
    Unfortunately she is unable to speak on the phone
    so do not try to call her, but please send her a
    card or pay her a visit.  
  • Violets to Sorors who came out to participate in
    the Omega Omega Service for Soror Beulah Walker.
  • Violets to Soror Gail McCullom and the Minerva
    Circle for a successful Membership Intake
    selection process.
  • Additional volunteers are needed to assist with
    the Midwest Regional Leadership Team Meeting,
    April 3-5. See me or Soror Monetta Pennington to
    sign up.
  • Violets to the Cotillion Committee for a
    successful Debutante Tea.
  • Violets to the Delta Academy and Delta GEMS
    committee for their accomplishments with the
    Alpha Esquire Quiz Bowl.
  • State Updates
  • Registration is open for Statewide Founders Day
    Weekend March 6 8, Dayton, Ohio, Marriott
    Hotel, 1414 Patterson Avenue. The Theme is So
    Little AloneTogether So Much. Keynote Speaker
    Soror Octavia Matthews. Contact Soror Carter for
    a registration form.

9
Presidents Report. continued
  • Midwest Update
  • Advisors Certification Training is being held
    April 18, 2009 in Southfield, Michigan. You must
    receive approval to attend this training. Contact
    Soror Tina Welch for more information.
  • The Midwest Regional Leadership Team (MWLT)
    invites chapter members to complete an
    application to serve on one of our Regional
    Conference Committees.  All committee
    descriptions are outlined in the Chapter
    Management Handbook. Please refer to it for more
    details concerning the roles and responsibilities
    of each committee. Let me know if you are
    interested and I will forward you a link to the
    on-line application. The application no later
    than Friday, February 20, 2009.  Notification of
    your appointment will be made during the week of
    March 2nd.  
  • National Update
  • We received a Chapter Mailing outlining new
    National Programming. Soror Tina Welch will share
    details.
  • Yours in Delta,
  • Veronica L. Chapman
  • President

10
First Vice President Report
  • The program committees continue to move our
    programs forward and we thank the chapter for
    their continued support. Below are some of the
    program highlights from the past month
  • Delta Academy takes home the GOLD (Elementary
    Division)at The Alpha Esquire Black History Bowl
  • Delta GEMS takes home the SILVER (High School
    Division)atThe Alpha Esquire Black History Bowl
  • Delta Academy Bridge Building Contest Winners
    announced
  • Cotillion Crowns Luncheon, 19Debutants were
    crowned by their mentors
  • We have some great things planned for the
    remainder of the sorority year. Below is some
    key information regarding each program and
    upcoming activities
  • Dr. Betty Shabazz Delta Academy - Young ladies
    grades 5th through 8th, focus on math/science,
    meets 1st Saturday of each month. Next meeting
    March 14th, Lights! Camera! Action! Part-1 at
    Cincinnati State Technical College, 12pm 3pm.
    Fall Retreat, Mind, Body Soul - Healthy
    Choices, Healthy Attitudes, February 28th, 11am
    4pm at College Hill Presbyterian Church. The
    Academy is also collect used cell phones as
    contribution towards the annual March of Dimes
    Walk for Babies on Sunday, April 26th. Please
    bring your used cell phones to our next sorority
    meeting in March.
  • Delta Academy II Delta G.E.M.S. (Growing and
    Empowering Myself Successfully) Young ladies
    grades 9th through 12th, focus on self esteem and
    leadership, meets 1st Tuesday of each month at
    Xavier University Gallagher Student Center (Room
    214), 630pm 830pm. Next meeting Mach 3rd,
    Show Me the Money Life after high school. Fall
    Retreat, Mind, Body Soul - Healthy Choices,
    Healthy Attitudes, February 28th, 11am 4pm at
    College Hill Presbyterian Church.
  • Scholarship Committee - Screening and reviewing
    applications for the 2008/2009 scholarship
    awards. Interviews to be scheduled for next
    month.

11
First Vice President Report
  • Debutante Cotillion - Young ladies that are High
    school Juniors and Seniors, focus on developing
    and enhancing the debutantes personal,
    educational, cultural, spiritual, and social
    lives. Rehearsals are held at Xavier University
    Armory on Sundays, starting at 3PM. Next
    activity Saturday/Sunday, February 21st and 22nd
    , sister-to-you-retreat.
  • Social Action committee - Collaboration with
    community partners to enhance the political and
    social awareness of the Cincinnati community
    residents. Currently planning Delta Days at City
    Hall, on April 28th and 29th. More details will
    be given in the Social Action report.
  • Physical and Mental Health Committee will be
    focused on Stroke and Stroke prevention in
    addition to Breast Cancer Awareness, and Heart
    Disease. We are looking forward to this months
    Stroke awareness presentation
  • Financial Fortitude Committee will focus on
    home ownership and preventative maintenance.
  • Sorors its that time of the year to submit your
    program proposals. The form is in your packet
    and was sent out electronically as a separate
    attachment. The program proposals are due by
    March 17th.
  • The chapter calendar is posted on our website,
    www.cacdst.org. Please take a moment to review
    and add key dates to your personal calendar. We
    are excited about our programs and we invite you
    to participate.
  • Yours in Delta
  • Tina A. Welch
  • First Vice President

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Second Vice Presidents Report
  • Mark your calendar for our 2009 Statewide
    Founders Day. The Dayton Alumnae Chapter has
    agreed to host this celebration. Our own Midwest
    Regional Director Soror Octavia Matthews will be
    the keynote speaker for this event. The dates
    for the event are March 6-8, 2009. Stay tuned
    for more details! See attached program
    information
  • If you are planning to attend, please let me
    know.
  • Other Midwest Founders Day celebrations
  • March 15, 2009- Schaumburg-Hoffman Estates
    Alumnae Chapter in Schaumburg, IL (Illinois
    Statewide Founders Day celebration) Keynote
    speaker Soror Cynthia Butler-McIntyre, 24th
    National President
  • March 21, 2009- Battle Creek Alumnae Chapter in
    Battlecreek, MI Keynote speaker Soror Paulette
    Walker, 1st National Vice President.
  • March 21, 2009- Eastern Panhandle Alumnae Chapter
    in Martinsburg, WV Keynote speaker Soror
    Gwendolyn Boyd, 22nd National President.
  • March 21, 2009- Collegiate Chapters in Wisconsin
    Keynote Speaker, Soror Cynthia Butler-McIntyre,
    24th National President
  • March 28, 2009- Bowling Green Alumnae Chapter in
    Bowling Green, KY Keynote speaker Soror Pamela
    E. Smith, Immediate Past National Secretary

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Second Vice Presidents Report
  • As members of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. we
    have the privilege of participating in the three
    rites of passage, regardless of our membership
    status. They are
  • ?
  • ?
  • ?
  • ReclamationHave you invited an inactive Soror
    to attend a chapter meeting? Please make a
    commitment to bring at least one inactive Soror
    to a chapter meeting during the sorority year.
  • Yours in Delta,
  • Danelle
  • Danelle A. Carter
  • 2nd Vice President

What is our responsibility ?
14
Second Vice Presidents Report Continued
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc
.
2009 Ohio Statewide Founders Weekend
CelebrationMARCH 6 8 , 2009
.
So Little Alone Together So Much
Hosted by the DAYTON ALUMNAE CHAPTER Marriott
Hotel 1414 Patterson Blvd Dayton, Ohio 45409
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Hotel Information
  • Dayton Marriott Hotel
  • 1414 South Patterson Blvd
  • Dayton, Ohio 45409
  • 1-937-223-1000
  • Rate 111.87 per night (tax included)
  • Reservations
  • Phone 1-800-228-9290
  • Website
  • www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/dayoh-dayton-marrio
    tt/
  • Group Code DGMA
  • Deadline for reservations
  • Friday, February 20, 2009
  • It is recommended that you make hotel
    reservations early. There is another large event
    at the hotel that weekend.

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Getting to know you Friday 6 8 p.m.
Registration Friday Night Reception
Leadership Bonding Friday Night 7
p.m. President's Meeting
Rededication Ceremony Saturday Morning Attire
Black
Shop til you drop Vendors on Site Saturday
Weekend Agenda
Growing in Delta Workshops and Saturday Evening
Entertainment
Luncheon Celebration So Little Alone Together
So Much Saturday 1100 a.m.
Sunday Morning Continental Breakfast Ecumenical
Service Attire White
Registration will continue on Saturday morning
starting at 700 a.m.
17

Ohio Statewide Founders Weekend Host Chapter
Dayton Alumnae Chapter March 6 - 8 2009 Marriott
Hotel Resort 1414 S. Patterson
Boulevard Dayton, Ohio 45409
DSQ
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
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Third Vice Presidents Report February 2009
  • Greeting Sorors from the Resource Management
    Committee Chairs. See committee updates below!.
  • Ways Means Committee Soror Lisa Rowell
  • Save the date 4th Annual Golf Outing
    Saturday, May 16th at Walden Pond. Requesting
    two hole sponsors and goodie bags items needed
    from each soror.
  • Dial-a-Delta Sorors Melba Morgan Pearline
    Singletary
  • Meeting of committee chairs conducted
    during February to update chapter listing and
    balance callers among the 14 members of the
    committee. Welcome Soror Sallie Berry.
  • Thanks to all who turned out for the Omega
    Omega service.
  • Parliamentarian Soror Esther Cash Mills
  • Thanks to Sorors who sent completed
    templates to update chapter procedures by the
    January 31st . We are extending the deadline
    until February 28th. Please forward your
    template to Sorors Mills and Fairley ASAP!
  • Custodian Soror Sandra Wiggins
  • Collaborating with the Minerva Circle to
    provide properties and support for membership
    intake activities.
  • Chaplain Soror Wanda Owens
  • Thought for today It is not the years in
    your life, but the life in your years that
    count!
  • Publicity Katelyn Jackson

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Third Vice Presidents Report contd
  • Journalist Sorors Lynadius Joseph Camile
    Woods Preparing next edition of our
    Minervas Pen Newsletter. Send articles/photos
    via e-mail to informcac_at_gmail.com or regular mail
    to P.O. Box 19955 Cincinnati, OH 45219.
  • Historian Soror Ebonie Byndon
  • Creating a chapter scrapbook for 2008-2009.
    Submit pictures, articles and items of
    historical interest. Contact Ebonie at
    513-283-3066 or ebyndon2003_at_yahoo.com for more
    info.
  • Web Mistress Soror LaCosta Moore
  • Maintaining chapter website! Click
    www.cacdst.org for the latest chapter happenings.
    Send updates to Soror Moore at
    lacosta.moore_at_gmail.com
  • Housing Management Soror Glenda
    Leonard-Wilkinson
  • Coordinating our housing feasibility study.
  • Audit Soror Mary Coleman
  • - Maintaining our internal controls and
    financial structure.
  • YID
  • Soror Vickie D. Fairley
  • Third Vice President

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Monthly Report January 2009
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Monthly Report January 2009
22
Financial Roster
A Adams-Davis, Sherri Allen, Maurine Archable,
Victoria Austin, Terricka B Baker,
Erica Barnes, Donnia Barnes, Vanessa Benjamin,
Tikica Berry, Sallie Black, Monica Bowen,
Tina Boyce-Mathis, Angela Brooks-Higgins,
Candice Brown, Elsie Brown, Marena Burton,
Kyndal Byndon, Ebonie C Cargile, Lori Carter,
Danelle Cash-Mills, Esther Chapman,
Sheryl Chapman, Veronica Cole, LTanya Coleman,
Mary Collins, Ashani Collins, Tamia Cook,
Angela Coursey, Yvonne D Dale, Marviette Davis,
Betty DeBrossard, Gayle DeRamus, Shawnda Dixon,
Sheree E Ellington, Evelyn Elliott,
Deloris Everett, Minnie
F Fairley, Vickie Fears, Kristal Ferguson-Booker,
Sheila Foree, Marthella Frazier,
Josephine Frazier, Reynell Fulgham, Stacey Fultz,
Betty Fuqua, Jaekeia G Gayle-Rucker,
Gracie Glaspie, Geraldine Glover,
Frances Goodloe, Celestine Graham,
Scharleen Green, Tamara H Handy, Ronnise Hardy,
Krystal Heard, Danyelle Henry, Martha Hollinger,
April Horton, Margaret Howard, Carla Hudson,
Lucia Hull, Kimberly J Johnson, Ruth Jones,
Nikita Joseph, Lynadius K Kearney,
Rose Kendrick, Crystal L Leonard-Wilkinson,
Glenda Lewis-Thornton, Jennifer Love, Melinda
M Mackey-Moore, LaCosta Madry, Trina Marshall,
Mikaela Matthews, Keianna McCray,
Adrienne McCray, Jacquelyn McCullom,
Gail McDonald-Gordon, Robyn McKenzie,
Charlotte Meadows, Cheryl Merrida,
Chemere Montgomery, Olivia Moody, Nancy Moore,
April Morgan, Melba Morton, Stephanie Murphy,
Eunice N Newberry, Lillie O Owens, Vera Owens,
Wanda P Paddio, Lillie Pankey,
Danielle Pennington, Monetta Potter,
LeQuita R Reed, Allene Reed-Jett, Carmen Rogers,
Michelle Rogers, Shawana Rowell, Lisa S Sams,
Vanessa Shirley, Virginia Faye Singletary,
Pearline Stallworth-Lett, Cheryl Stewart-Tyson,
Karla Story-Stewart, Michelle Strudwick, Casandra
T Taylor, Nikki Thomas, Nikki Tillery,
Irma Toliver, Ernestine Toney, Michelle Turner,
Jacqueline Twitty, Rhonda V Veals-Pierre,
Bennette W Walker, Beulah Walker,
Deatria Walters, Lottie Ward, Gloria Watson-El,
Jasmin Weber-Lashore, Akiliah Welch, Tina Wesley,
Florence West, Ligaya Wheeler, Tisha White,
Dorothy White, Marie Wiggins, Sandra Winston,
Tiffani Woods, Camille Y Young, Sylvia TOTAL 127
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Treasurers Report
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Treasurers Report .continued
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Treasurers Report .continued
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Treasurers Report .continued
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Treasurers Report .continued
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Ebony Fashion Fair Final Report
  • Name of Program Ebony Fashion Fair
  • Date of Program/Project October 31, 2008
  • Brief Description of Program/Project Major
    fundraising chapter event in partnership with the
    Delta Gateway Foundation, highlighting the 51st
    Anniversary celebration of the world renowned
    Ebony Fashion Fair. A big congratulations and
    violets to our top 3 ticket sellers for the
    event
  • Soror Rhonda Twitty (100 for her local dues)
  • Soror Margaret Horton (50 Delta Dollars)
  • Soror Marie White (25 Delta Dollars)
  • To view or purchase the pictures from the 2008
    EFF log on to www.jeromemelson.ifp3.com
  • Location of Program/Project Duke Energy Center,
    Cincinnati OH
  • Number of Participants 617
  • Committee Observation CAC, the City of
    Cincinnati, and surrounding areas were very
    receptive and excited about the return of the
    Ebony Fashion Fair to the Cincinnati community.
    The venue and runway set up allowed every
    audience member to have a great view of the show
    and fashions, which allowed for every seat to be
    considered an excellent seat. The increased
    number of chapter volunteers allowed for the
    evening to run smoothly and for the chapter to be
    highly visible to the city in hosting such a
    prestigious event. An event date other than a
    holiday such as Halloween, the increased support
    of the chapter, sponsors, and donations is needed
    for future successful events. The committee
    looks forward to even more chapter support and
    community commitment for attendance at future CAC
    events and the EFF. A big THANK YOU to the EFF
    Committee and the Chapter for their support.

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Ebony Fashion Fair Final Report contd.
  • Committee Name Ebony Fashion Fair Committee
  • Committee Members Aisha Abernathy, Tekeia
    Auster Howard, Tina Bowen, Kyndal Burton, Danelle
    Carter, Veronica Chapman, Marviette Dale, Betty
    Davis, Gayle DeBrossard, Shawnda DeRamus, Vickie
    Fairley, Stacey Fulgham, Yolanda Hill, Margaret
    Horton, Kim Hull, Katelyn Jackson, Carmen Jett,
    LaCosta Moore, Gail McCullom, Charlotte McKenzie,
    Julia Montier Ball, Nancy Moody, Melba Morgan,
    Wanda Owens, Lisa Rowell, Vanessa Sams, Candie
    Simmons, Karla Stewart-Tyson, Michelle
    Story-Stewart, Jackie Turner, Tina Welch, Ligaya
    West.

PLEASE COMPLETE AND ATTACH A FINAL EXPENSE
REPORT
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Ebony Fashion Fair FINAL EXPENSE REPORT
Committee EFF Date February 21, 2009
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Ways and Means/Golf Outing ReportFebruary 21,
2009
  • We now have the fliers to pass out to golfers.
    Therefore you now can begin recruiting golfers to
    play. Again the outing is May 16, 2009 at Walden
    Pond Golf Course.
  • We are also starting to collect items now for
    goody bags that will be given to each
    participant therefore we ask Sorors to begin
    bring to next sorority meeting. Also we need
    sponsors, please begin asking your employers for
    their support with this endeavor. Also we are
    asking each Soror to obtain two Hole Sponsors
    each. Hole Sponsorship is 100. We believe this
    is where we can make the most dollars due to the
    economy.
  • Our next meeting will be held Thursday, February
    25, 2009 at 700 pm at Donatos in Tri-County.
  • Contact Soror Lisa Rowell at (513) 260-3323 and
    e-mail lrowell_at_current.net.
  • Respectfully Submitted
  • Lisa Rowell, Ways Means Chair

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Social Action Committee Report
  • The 20th Annual Delta Days in the Nation's
    Capital is fast approaching.  We have at least 5
    Sorors, who plan to attend. Registration is
    officially closed and is sold out. We look
    forward to taking advantage of the opportunity to
    interact with a few of our Nations leaders and to
    move our chapter closer to the goal of
    Strengthening Our Legacy.
  • Plans for Delta Days at City Hall are underway.
    This event has a twofold mission. First, it will
    allow our members to witness and obtain first
    hand knowledge about city management in order to
    become more informed civic participants. Second,
    it will provide an opportunity for our members to
    interact with our local leaders and pose
    questions about communal concerns.
  • Mark your calendars for Tuesday, April 28
    Wednesday 29, 2009. Due to the success of our
    first DDCH, we plan to have a similar format
    where we invite the Mayor, City Manager, Council
    Members and various City Department Heads to
    visit with us on Tuesday. Then on Wednesday, we
    will take advantage of the opportunity to sit in
    on a City Council meeting, which will begin at
    200pm. We intend to incorporate as many of your
    concerns as possible, so once again we encourage
    you to fill out the attached form to let the
    committee know what concerns you may have that
    should be addressed to our City officials.
  • We would like to get a preliminary head count of
    all of you who are looking forward to
    participating to sign up today. More information
    will be forthcoming.
  • The next meeting will be on Saturday, March 14,
    2009 at 200pm, 3252 North Bend Rd., Cincinnati,
    OH 45239.
  • As an FYI, the mayor will hold his State of the
    City address on Wednesday, February 25, 2009 at
    630pm at Duke Energy Center. As a result, the
    2pm Council meeting for that day has been
    cancelled.
  • Contact our committee at dstcacsac_at_yahoo.com or
    call me at 513-661-0400 or 513-503-1476 to be
    included on all Social Action Committee planning
    correspondence.
  • Respectfully Submitted
  • Soror Deatria T. Walker
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