Members of Alpha Kappa Alpha’s Sigma Lambda Omega Chapter in the San Fernando Valley at last year’s Afternoon Tea Scholarship Fundraiser.
Enjoy the lovely sounds of saxophonist Keschia Potter, as Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Sigma Lambda Omega Chapter located in the San Fernando Valley presents its 3rd Annual Afternoon Tea and Scholarship Fundraiser at the beautiful Calabasas Country Club on Saturday, June 9th from 2:00 – 5:00 PM. Tea attire, including hats is encouraged. A raffle and silent auction will be held. Tickets are available until June 1st at www.aka-slo.com.
Since its chartering in 1990, Sigma Lambda Omega Chapter has emphasized supporting deserving college-bound students with their expenses through scholarship awards. The Annual Afternoon Tea is the chapter’s preeminent fundraising endeavor. Five scholarship recipients will be awarded $2,000 each in front of an anticipated sellout crowd of 280 guests. Chapter President, Tamla Roberts, stated, “We are so excited to be awarding five scholarships this year; three more than last year. It is because of the continued generosity of our loyal guests that we are able to do so.” Since its inception, the event has nearly doubled in size.
About Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc.
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority is America’s first Greek-letter organization founded in 1908 for African-American college women. Headquartered in Chicago, IL, it is one of the world’s leading service organizations. The sorority’s members have made a commitment to “serve all mankind” through a nucleus of more than 250,000 women in 958 chapters in the United States, the Caribbean, Canada, Germany, Korea, Japan and in the continent of Africa. Attorney Carolyn House Stewart is the 28th International President and will serve from 2010 – 2014. Her administration’s theme is “Global Leadership Through Timeless Service.” For more information on Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority and its programs, visit www.aka1908.com.
About Sigma Lambda Omega Chapter
Sigma Lambda Omega Chapter has been proudly serving the San Fernando Valley since 1990. The chapter is comprised of women who use the special skills and expertise developed in their working life to design and implement a program of service that addresses a broad spectrum of issues and concerns aligned with the national program initiatives. For more information on Sigma Lambda Omega Chapter and its programs, visit www.aka-slo.com.