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International Affairs

"Young, Gifted and Black"....President Davis Tells Honorees

General President Davis (front row) and Director of Conventions Al F. Rutherford (front row, right) with Brothers of Iota Epsilon Lambda and the Chapters 1995 student honorees.

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haracterize the carpet in any color that best suits your taste—the traditional red, or green, or black and gold. But whatever color you give it, the carpet was warmly rolled out for the Bahamian visit of General President Milton C. Davis and his delegation—his wife, Myrtle; sons, Warren and Christopher; and National Convention Director Al F. Rutherford and his spouse. From their arrival to their departure, Iota Epsilon Lambda

hosted Brother Davis in "presidential style." President Davis was the special guest of Iota Epsilon Lambda to share in Labor Day and Whit Monday Holiday celebrations and principal speaker for the Chapter's Honours Day Convocation. The Honorable Mr. Sidney Williams, U. S. Ambassador to The Commonwealth of The Bahamas, was the first official to receive President Davis and his delegation. The several topics President Davis and Ambassador Williams covered included a lit-

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eracy program supported by the American Embassy. Iota Epsilon Lambda is involved in the literacy-mentoring program at a Bahamian juvenile detention center, a program designed to help re-orient the lives of troubled youth. Alphas are involved in counseling the so called "at risk" youth about the numerous and positive opportunities available to them despite the wrong choices they may have made. His Excellency Sir Orville Alton Turnquest, Governor

The SPHINX | Summer 1995 | Volume 80 | Number 2 199508002  
The SPHINX | Summer 1995 | Volume 80 | Number 2 199508002  

This magazine talks about the Alpha Renaissance Continues... Around The World Volume 80 • Number 2 • Summer 1995 AUCKLAND *A*nPOOCS * Hi.y *...