Delta Sigma Theta Sorority chapter receives Red Ribbon Award
The Livingston Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority received a Red Ribbon Award recognizing them as an outstanding chapter while attending the Alabama State Cluster in Huntsville March 29-31.
Members of the sorority said that, while everyone involved exhibits diligence and hard work, the partnerships with Executive Director of York Housing Authority Renee Pringle, the City of Demopolis, Theo Ratliff Center and Exercise Team, the Elite Lindenite Organization, Robertson Banking Company, King Scholarship Foundation, Sunshine People, Foster Farms, District Attorney Greg Griggers, Barry Hunt with the Board of Registrars, the Honorable Clay Helms from the Secretary of State John Merrill’s office, Gov. Walt Maddox and Will Boyd; Universal Medical Training Services Director Shelia Garnett and students, the University of West Alabama, Regions Representative Cherry Harris,Alpha Delta Iota Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Owner of Renu Massage Therapy Yvonne Walker, Alabama State University aervice area representative, and Judson College delegate that brought this honor to realization.
The chapter expressed thanks for all supporters that contributed to the organization and looks forward to expanded opportunities to work together for many years to come. Being acknowledged as an outstanding chapter in Alabama affords a platform for a final reclamation push to strengthen sisterly relationships in their service areas. The chapter welcomes any Marengo County sorors requesting time, gifts, resources, and self to help fulfill the mission of the sisterhood.
Delta Sigma Theta services Choctaw, Marengo and Sumter counties.
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(This article originally appeared in the Wednesday, April 24 issue of the Demopolis Times.)