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2011-2012

Hawaii Alumnae Yearbook


HAWAII ALUMNAE CHAPTER And so the legacy continues. Hawaii Alumnae Chapter was chartered by 13 determined dynamic Sorors on April 12, 1983 on the island of Oahu Soror Mona Bailey was National President and Soror Floraline Ingram Stevens, Farwest Regional Director. Hawaii Alumnae services the island of Oahu, one on eight Hawaiian Islands. The first group of women of Hawaii Alumnae was initiated on June 2, 1983. Ayisha R. Jeffries was chapter president at the time. There were nine initiates to join Hawaii Alumane. Immediately after their initiation they began fund-raising hosting a dance at Tripler Officers Club. The chapter’s public service projects at the time included supporting the local military family abuse shelter. The monies were raised through yard and bake sales. CHARTER MEMBERS Della Watson Binion, Sylvia Black, Margaret Yvonne Colley, Angel Wright, DeGray Beatrice Robinson Gillespie Voncius, Sander Hicks, Orian Langley Hight, Ayisha R. Jeffries, Carolyn Wells Johnson, Janice McCaw Johnson, Ann M. Smith, Bett Burks Wagstaff, Nova Motton White

Hawaii Alumnae Chapter is one of unique temperament. As it stands today, many of the chapter members are affiliated with the military. As it was with the chartering members, many are active duty, military dependents and contract civilian government employees. The chapter is consistently challenged by the transit nature of its members. Because of the large military population in Hawaii, many members don’t stay longer than 3-4 years at time. In 2001, Hawaii Alumnae Chapter was proud to be the host of the 43rd Farwest Regional Conference June 1417, “It Takes a Village 2001.” This was a major honor for the chapter and their hosting was a major success. Those who attended participated in workshops, plenary, and enjoyed the many sites. Sorors left the island feeling the true meaning of the “Aloha Spirit.” Awards and Recognitions Since the inception of the chapter, Hawaii Alumnae has been recognized by the Council of the City of Honolulu on February 17, 1993 for their service to the community. At this time, some of the community service projects/ programs included: On January 21, 1995, Office of the Mayor City and County of Honolulu made a Proclamation, that this day would be "Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Day", in appreciation for the sisterhood’s substantial contributions to the well-being of our people.” Other Awards Include 2009 Farwest Regional Directors Chapter of the Year Award 2011 Farwest Region Excellence In Membership Program Award 2011 Proud Farwest Regional Scholarship Contributor 2012 NAACP Community Organization of the Year


2 Corinthians 5:1, “Now we know that if the earthly tent we live in is destroyed, we shall have a building from God, an eternal house in heaven, not built by human hands.�


Hawaii Alumnae Chapter

IN PHOTO (Left to Right): Sorors Libra Forde, Caryn Butler, Kim Wallace, Raynese Fikes, Tonya Fulton, Elena Gold, Endora Crawford, Carolyn Jones, Terriann Lane, Anita Motte, Felicia Williams, Wyvitra Stokes, Denise Rogers, Takisha Sherrod, Paula Mathis, Regina Atkins, Claudia Buckner-Bowman, Kim Evans, Michelle MilsapRogers, Brenda Cartwright, Arielle Thomas. Members Not in Photo: Sorors Tiffany Batiste, Rachelle Brown, Dawna Darden, Kimberly Evans, Crystal Hills, Kimberly Gregory, Barabara Jackson, Ebony James-Winston, Ashley Jefferson, Isis Jones, Karen-Nicole Knapper, Katrina Lacy, Louisa Nicholson, Kimberly Parker, Cherquria Peterson, Angela Phelps, Tracy PriceThompson, Andria Rollinson, Rekelia Michelle Rozier, Yashica Rushin, Jessica Smith, Wilma Smith, April Stokes, Tanekkia Taylor Clark, Leslie Warren, Jacqueline Williams, Tiffany Wise, BerneiceA Worrell.


2011-2012

Delta Red Carpet Move: “The Help”

Reading with the Keiki Race for the Cure Walk Halawa Youth Economic Workshop

St. Judes Walk Homeless Shelter Keiki Birthday


Delta Red Carpet

Movie :

The Help

August 4, 2011 Date : Location: Ward Theatres 16, Honolulu Hawaii

Project ART (Actively Redefining Together) Initiative

Hawaii Alumnae Chapter attends Premier of The Help


Project :

Hawaii Literacy Program

Hawaii Literacy Project—”Reading with the Keiki”

First Saturdays every other month Date : Location: Mayor Wright Community Center

Education Development /Social Action Project

Sorors Claudia Buckner-Bowman, Endora Crawford, Raynese Fikes, Libra Forde, Karen Knapper, Anita Motte helped 15 keiki. Sorors read to the keiki as well as helped with a “Beautiful” craft


Project :

Hawaii Literacy Program

Hawaii Literacy Project—”Reading with the Keiki”

First Saturdays every other month Date : Location: Mayor Wright Community Center

Education Development /Social Action Project

Sorors Raynese Fikes, Libra Forde, Katrina Lacy, Paula Mathis Anita Motte, Arielle Thomas helped 15 keiki. Sorors read to the keiki as well as helped with a “ Reindeer” craft . The chapter also presented a Christmas gift the Hawaii Literacy (Adobe Professional Software—on their request list).


Race for the Cure

Event:

Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure

October 16, 2011 Date : Location: Honolulu Hawaii

Physical and Mental Health Project


Halawa Youth

Event :

Planet Orange Economic Workshop

First Saturdays every other month Date : Location: Halawa Youth Center

Economic Development—Youth Economic Workshop

Sorors Endora Crawford, Raynese Fikes, Libra Forde, Terriann Lane, Paula Mathis, Kimberly Parker, and Denise Rogers, facilitated a Financial Workshop for 17 keiki. Sorors implemented the ING Bank Orange Planet Program for kids, and provide a healthy snack.


St. Jude’s Walk

Event :

St. Jude’s walk

November 19, 2011 Date : Location: Waikele Shopping center

Physical and Mental Health ($315.00 raised)


Social Action

Event :

Homeless Keiki Birthday Party

November 26, 2011 Date : Location: The Next Step Homeless Shelter off of Ala Moana

The Next Step Homeless Shelter: Keiki Birthday Party

Twelve Sorors, six G.E.M.S., and four E.M.B.O.D.I. members helped celebrate the November keiki birthday’s of the Next Step Homeless Shelter in Honolulu, Hawaii. Tiny was our MC! (FYI, for safety reasons picture taking was limited).


Event :

Physical and Mental Health

DeSTress Workshop

May 5, 2012 Date : Location: Mauka Lani Elementary School

Day of Wellness and Healthy Lifestyle Education

Massage Therapy, Aromatherapy, Nutritionist, Zuumba, RIPPED, Yoga, and much more for the Oahu community


Event :

Scholarship Fundraiser

Stomp the Islands 2012

April 21, 2012 Date : Location: Leeward Community College

FUN IN THE NAME OF SCHOLARSHIPS


Delta Round Up Sisterhood Week Outings


Event :

Delta Sister Round-up

August 27 2011 Date : Location: Ford Island Community Center: Aiea, Hawaii


Event :

Delta Sister Round-up continued

August 27 2011 Date : Location: Ford Island Community Center: Aiea, Hawaii

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Activity :

Sisterhood Week and Other Activities

Date :

Ongoing

Membership Committee Activity:

Sisterhood Week


2011-2012 Chapter Memory Book  

To my beautiful sorors. Thank you for another year of sisterhood, scholarship, and service.

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