Proudly, we are celebrating a treasured past. At the same time we are poised to embrace a future bright with promise—a future that demands us to expand our horizons to include global initiatives and extend our work into unchartered waters. We will develop partnerships with other organizations, nationally and internationally to extend our reach beyond our respective communities. We will keep ever in the forefront our first and greatest aim—to serve others.
The need to help the helpless is just as implicit today as it was 100 years ago, if not more so. Therefore, as we go forward, we will remain diligent in our efforts to combat illiteracy, raise educational standards in poor performing schools, focus on better healthcare in our communities and provide scholarship assistance to undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students.
College/university women graduates who wish to “give back” to their communities are invited to apply for membership with us. “The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.”
Members and non-members are urged to visit our website often for new and important updates.
Dolores Y. Owens