Alpha Alpha Phi Zeta Chapter opens office

Staff report

LAURINBURG — The Alpha Alpha Phi Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony at its new office at 317 North Main St.

Rev. Gregory Taylor of First Baptist Church in Bladenboro gave the invocation while Bishop Lawrence Jackson, II performed “Lift Every Voice And Sing. Remarks were made by Mayor-elect Matthew Block, Rep. Garland Pierce, Chapter President Valerie Sinclair, Chapter Parliamentarian Barbara Pierce. The mistress of ceremonies was the Chapter’s Chaplain Tangula Diggs.

Alpha Alpha Phi Zeta’s goals are to connect with the communities, engage and encompass positive movements towards education, healthier lifestyles, and overall unity for the elderly, youth, women and men.

“It is Alpha Alpha Phi Zeta’s desire to plant seeds of greatness in this community as we to continue to grow our sorority and strive for the ultimate fulfillment in making Zeta history by “building on the principles of Zeta, while blazing new Paths.”

Before the ribbon cutting ceremony, the women of Alpha Alpha Phi Zeta, Alpha Kappa Alpha and Delta Sigma Theta sororities held a sisterhood breakfast at Golden Corral to collaborate on how to make an impact in Scotland County and promoting sisterhood.

Staff report

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