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In this issue MLK Day of Service Sisterhood & Service Pink Goes Red Inspirational Corner President’s Message

A Quarterly Insight into the Omicron Psi Omega Chapter ISSUE 1 | MAY 2019


Sisterhood & Service Omicron Psi Omega represented well at the 66th MidAtlantic Regional Conference in Raleigh. Chapter members enjoyed sessions, fellowship, the Gala and service projects! Our regional conference service projects included a glasses collection for the Southeast Raleigh Lions Club and new or gently used shoes for Soles4Souls. All in all, the donations netted 2,484 pairs of glasses and 4,055 pairs of shoes!

Omicron Psi Omega Chapter Observe MLK Day of Service Omicron Psi Omega

influence of Martin Luther

Chapter members kicked

King Jr., played trivia

off the MLK Day of Service

games, and sang uplifting

with hands-on service


activities. We began the

The day culminated with

day by donating toiletries

our participation in the

and educational materials

Davidson County NAACP

for families at the Genesis

MLK Parade where we

House - a family shelter

honored our Silver and

that provides relief for those

Golden sisters, passed out

impacted by homelessness.

MLK pamphlets about

Our second service activity

voting, and showcased

lead us to Brookstone

our 2018 Little Miss AKA

Assisted Living where we

pageant winner, Kayon

educated residents on the


Inspirational Corner I was so encouraged by our Regional Conference and hearing all the good things that are going on in the Mid-Atlantic Region. More excited that Regional Director, Sister Jennifer King Congleton is a family

Founders’ Day Fun Omicron Psi Omega celebrated

member of our own Golden Sister

Founders’ Day and AKA Reactiva-

Mary Randolph Dunn.

tion Day by fellowshipping with each

Good news is always uplifting but

other and inactive sorority members

life reminds us that it takes courage

at Olive Garden. It was full of fun,

to lead. Courage like Esther is the

games and laughter!! Members en-

Bible. We so often do only what is

joyed connecting with each other and

easy or popular. Even if, deep in-

taking lots of photos. It was an event to

side we know what the right thing to

enjoy and remember!!

do is, we hold back because we are afraid of what happens as a result. If it looks like things will go easily for us, we will take a stand, but if there is any risk involved in standing up for what we know be right, we will play it safe. Our leadership locally and nationwide knew that: God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and a sound mind” (2 Timothy 1:7). Though we may never face what Esther did: don’t give in to fear. Humbly Submitted, Bonnie Henderson, Chaplain

Pink Goes Red for a Day Chapter members wore red in support of Pink

members and community volunteers, provided

Goes Red, aimed at promoting heart health and

socks and served a heart healthy meal at the

preventing heart disease and strokes. In addition,

Cooperative Community Ministry in Thomasville.

Becoming Book Study On March 8, chapter and community members enjoyed conversation about First Lady Michelle Obama’s inspirational book “Becoming” at our Book Study. Check out some pictures below!

President’s Message Welcome to the Omicron Psi Omega Chapter quarterly

Building Your Economic Legacy, Target 4: The Arts!, Target 5: Global Impact. The members of Omicron Psi Omega chapter of

newsletter! Now that

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, have

Spring is here, we are

already been very busy “Exemplifying Excellence

excited to continue

Through Sustainable Service”. In this issue you

to “spring” into the

will get a glimpse of some of the programs that im-

activities and events

pacted the Davidson County community as well as

that support the Alpha

member celebrations for the quarter.

Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. program theme for

As you explore and enjoy our newsletter, I invite

2018-2022, “Exemplifying Excellence Through

you to continue to connect with us on our website

Sustainable Service”., Facebook, Twitter

Implemented by International President Glenda

and Instagram pages.

Glover, the theme includes five program targets designed to advance the mission of the sorority. Target 1: HBCU for Life: A Call to Action, Target 2: Women’s Healthcare and Wellness, Target 3:

Yours in service,

Sonja Hopkins Upcoming Chapter Events


omicron psi omega chapter


Big Hat

May 4 Multicultural Festival Booth June 7 Family and Friends Bowling June 8 Charter Day Lunch Celebration


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ΟΨΩ Newsletter | Issue 1 | Spring 2019  

The official newsletter of the Omicron Psi Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.

ΟΨΩ Newsletter | Issue 1 | Spring 2019  

The official newsletter of the Omicron Psi Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.


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