Not too long ago, r and b artist Anita Baker released a song entitled "Body and Soul". In her song, she sang of the wonders of a healthy relationship and how it augmented her physical and spiritual sense of self and being.
Building on that theme, and given the expanded definition of health and wellness, the women of the Kennesaw Alumnae Chapter (The "Remarkable" Rho Xi Zeta) of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. are focusing on providing a creative program to provide a relaxed and empowering outlet for others. Instead of having a meet and greet or other similarly styled event on the 93rd celebration of their founders' day (on January 16, 1920), the chapter is hosting its "Taste of Blue" event.
The event is free and open to the general public.
Encompassing a theme of "Mind, Body, and Soul", all those in attendance are likely to benefit from the healthy living and lifestyle focus of the event. Professional networking, motivational speakers focusing on physical and emotional health, healthier lifestyles and living, along with improved food and dietary choices are the main components of the evening.
The event takes place on January 16th from 6-9pm. It is being held at Brawner Hall.
There are opportunities to be included as a vendor, as well as receive a ticket for this event (which is free). Interested businesses and patrons are encouraged to call 678-744-6425 or visit the chapter website.
Aligned with its greater sorority mission of "Scholarship, Sisterly Love, Service, Finer Womanhood", the members of the Kennesaw chapter are focused on providing multiple services and programs to benefit the immediate and surrounding community. Given the growing concern on issues and health and wellness, their program provides an opportunity for service and outreach to provide a positive impact on the aforementioned areas.
Strengthening the mind, body, and soul; that sounds good for the greater good.