Iota Omicron Newsletter
Volume 1, Issue 5
Please explore our newsletter to obtain event updates regarding the Iota Omicron chapter. We encourage your participation during our upcoming events, as well as those events taking place within the surrounding community. The late Maya Angelou, a honorary member of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., once said, " Nothing will work unless you do." Our community will not thrive, unless we all make a commitment to create change by volunteering our time and efforts.
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Relay for Life
Relay for Life will be holding an event December 2, 2015 from 5-9 in the Cistern Yard which is a Mini Luminaria Ceremony. Relay for Life is an event recognized by the American Cancer Society where they fight against cancer. These donations go toward research to find a cure, and support services to patients and their families. So they dedicate this evening to recognize those fighting cancer, those who have lost the fight to cancer, and support their families as cancer.
They will be making bags in Cougar Mall the November 30-December 2, stop by and make your bag.
The Tau Eta Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated will be having their annual Miss Black & Gold Ladies Scholarship Pageant interest meeting on Thursday, December 3rd at 8:30pm in the NPHC House. Judging categories consist of an opening dance number, swimwear, talent, evening wear, and question and answer.
Saturday, December 5th
TD Arena Hospitality Suite
The Tau Eta Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated and the Lambda Omicron Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated presents The First Annual Fire & Ice Ball: A Night of Elegance. Come and enjoy an evening of networking, socializing, ad entertainment. Donations will be accepted at the event, as they raise money for charity.
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Money Management Event Recap
A big thank you to those who made it to our event last month. However, if you were unable to attend, please look below for a recap.
Five Easy Steps for Financial Success
1. Use credit to your advantage
2. Before you sign on the dotted line, do research before your decide to borrow money from financial institutions.
3. Consider ways to make your money go further by: creating a saving account, opting to cook at home, and taking advantage of student discounts.
4. Create a budget.
5. Utilize the hands on banking program. It can be accessed www.handsonbanking.org.
This section congratulates any person on the College of Charleston campus who is doing phenomenal things. Check back next month, it may be you!
Every Friday 2:00-2:30
Sander’s Clyde needs volunteers every Friday for “Fun Friday”.
If interested please contact Principal Jermaine Joyner at either (843) 724-7783 or email@example.com .
Destiny Brice : December 1st
Nic Chester: December 1st
T'Najah Ferrell: December 7th
Shanice Murphy: December 8th
Taylor Hamilton: December 9th
Morgan Phillips: December 11th
Moran Long: December 12th
Morgan Phillips: December 12th
Ajah Ashanti : December 13th
Mamiko Higa: December 13th
Aliya Dums: December 18th
Shanay Mickens: December 21st
Janice Garrett: December 23rd
Angela Hilton: December 24th
Please email us at Iotaomicronaka@gmail.com so we can add your special day to our newsletter.
Our sorority has been active on the College of Charleston campus since May 4, 1975, offering "Service to ALL Mankind", maintaining a unique sisterhood.
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