No, it's not part of the famous song "Brickhouse" by the Commodores (they noted 36-24-36), and we aren't talking about dimensions of that kind either. If you are not fully aware of the level of "Kaptivation" evidenced by the Kappa Iota Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. (Atlanta, GA), the general public has an upcoming opportunity to not only immerse themselves with the grace, style, and character in which they conduct their community and social business, but to celebrate with them "hall of fame style".
This year, the chapter is celebrating 33 years (chartered in 1980) of providing programs and service for the Atlanta community reflective of their larger sorority's mission of Scholarship, Sisterly Love, Service, and Finer Womanhood. Their forthcoming signature event, their 22nd Annual Hall of Fame Gala, is taking on the theme of "Blue Elegance: Celebrating Finer Women".
The semi-formal themed affair takes place on Saturday, March 23rd, at the Marriott Atlanta Airport Hotel. Starting promptly at 7pm, patrons are able to partake of a fully plated dinner, dancing to the soulful and sophisticated sounds of DJ Alexis, and have the opportunity to walk away with some wonderful door prizes and other social event favors.
Another key component of the event is the recognition and recapping of key chapter programs and social initiatives. Likewise, Dr. Lynea Laws-Jacobs and Daphne Williams, who are also members of the sorority, are being recognized for their efforts and leadership.
Tickets are available for the event through Saturday, March 16th. For additional details regarding ticket sales ($60 per person) and remaining ad purchases, readers are encouraged to visit the chapter site or contact Ms. Stephanie Stennett at email@example.com.
A classy blend of a social affair that celebrates service is something that the community can rally around and support. Combine this with an atmosphere reflective of their sorority's 93 year legacy of service (established in 1920 on the campus of Howard University), the Atlanta-based graduate chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. is focused on doing its part in providing support and outreach in its immediate and surrounding community.
33-22-33; that sure can sound like a winning hand to many in the community.