Kwanzaa Celebration 2008

Join the Charlottesville Alumnae Deltas and 2008-2009 Jabberwock Junior Debutantes and Escorts on Sunday, December 14, 2008 for a Kwanzaa celebration. Location:  JABA (Jefferson Area Board for Aging), 674 Hillsdale Drive Time:  2:00 – 4:00pm Free and open to the public Red, green, and black attire requested, but not required Refreshments will be served Brown Sugar Dreams Service Project:  Charlottesville Alumnae […]

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Delta Sigma Theta Sponsors It Takes A Village

Charlottesville, VA – The Charlottesville Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. hosts their annual May Week activities entitled It Takes A Village… to bring together the community for worship, fellowship, and service.  The calendar of events includes: It Takes A Village To Go Green, the cleanup of West Street on April 19th at 8am, in observance of Earth […]

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When “I Do” Becomes “I Don’t”

Press Release (03-29-2008)  Would you like to effectively communicate with your spouse or significant other?  Come to Trinity Episcopal Church (1042 Preston Ave) on April 19th at 2:00PM to dialogue with others, and get some practical advice and encouragement.  Mrs. Patricia Jones-Turner, will facilitate the workshop:  “When ‘I Do’ Becomes ‘I Don’t’:  Why Relationships Fail.” Mrs. Jones-Turner is the Executive […]

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19th National African American Read In Chain

The Charlottesville Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. co-hosted the 19th National African American Read-In Chain with the Charlottesville HS Varsity & JV Sidelines Cheerleaders  on Sunday, February 3rd.  Held at Charlottesville HS, the event was attended by members of the Charlottesville community to celebrate literacy in the African-American community.  The audience listened to readings of works by writers such as […]

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16th National African-American Read-In

Via Cville’s Daily Progress: Read-In fosters black heritage. More than 50 community members gathered in Charlottesville High School on Sunday to participate in the 16th National African-American Read-In Chain. Beverly C. Adams, an assistant professor at the University of Virginia, read a children’s book to the group… [read the rest of the story] Dr. Beverly Adams is a member of […]

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