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Sigma Gamma Rho Informational

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Sigma Gamma Rho Pi Rho Chapter

on 31 January 2013

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Founded Mission Statement Sorority History November 12, 1922 at Butler University Flower Yellow Tea Rose Colors Royal Blue and Gold Greater Service; Greater Progress Slogan Mascot French Toy Poodle Founders Mary Lou Allison Gardner Little Dorothy Hanley Whiteside Vivian White Marbury Nannie Mae Gahn Johnson Bessie Mae Downey Martin Hattie Mae Dulin Redford Cubena McClure Programs Project Reassurance Mwanamugimu Essay Contest Program For Africa Project Wee Savers Operaation Big
Book bag Sigma Youth Symposium Hattie McDaniel
Cancer Awareness HIV/AIDS Grant Project National Marrow Donor Program As the signature international program for Sigma Gamma Rho, Project Reassurance was originally developed to provide health education, support and nurturing for expectant teen mothers and teens who are parents. The project has now evolved to focus more on Healthy Choices, Healthy Living and Healthy Generations (H3) The Mwanamugimu Essay contest's primary goal is to provide an opportunity for students to increase their knowledge of the historical and contemporary development of Africa. Its objectives are to provide the target population with opportunities that (1) allow structured ways to learn about Africa; (2) heighten awareness of African cultural heritage; and (3) improve writing and research skills. Working in partnership with Africare, for many years Sigma Gamma Rho has assisted in providing thousands of dollars to purchase grain grinders for African women to help alleviate their back-breaking work. The project focus has now evolved as have the needs to addressing through finances and education HIV/AIDS awareness, education and treatment. This project is designed to develop an awareness of various banking facilities and their available services. The goal of Wee Savers is to allow participants to become knowledgeable of the real life skills saving and buying stocks and bonds, ranging from ages 6 to 18 years. Participants experience the real life skills of basic investing, setting specific goals attainable through monitoring and mentoring of money and activities Sorority members make available, to selected facilities across the nation, bookbags, notebooks, writing and drawing paper, pencils and pens, dictionaries, thesauri, rulers, glue, construction paper, textbooks, encyclopedia, typewriters, computers and many other needed school items. Made available also through the efforts of both memberships is a nation-wide tutoring and mentoring program designed for the benefit of the children housed at said facilities. Sponsored in conjunction with and in commemoration of Sigma Week, the Sigma Youth Symposium focuses on some of the prevalent concerns that negatively impact our youth: drugs, teen violence, abuse, low self-esteem, suicide, teen pregnancy, etc. Held on the second Saturday of March by each Alumnae Chapter, simultaneous Sigma Youth Symposiums address issues that affect teens today. Established in 1992, this initiative was developed to address and reduce the number of African American deaths due to a lack of sufficient numbers of race appropriate bone marrow donors. The program focuses on the education and recruitment of sorority member, affiliate and community donors. Cognizant that African Americans bear a disproportionate burden of cancer — the highest mortality rate of any ethnic group — Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority is committed to providing education on and active support of early detection as well research for the prevention and cure of breast, prostate, ovarian, colon and other types of cancers Campaign to re-engage every American in the fight against HIV by combating complacency, increasing testing, and raising awareness among communities at risk. Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority's aim is to enhance the quality of life within the community. Public service, leadership development and education of youth are the hallmark of the organization's programs and activities. Sigma Gamma Rho addresses concerns that impact society educationally, civically, and economically. Five Regions
Central, Northeastern, Southeastern, Southwestern, Western Division 85,000+ Members Internationally Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc. Prodigious Pi Rho Chapter The Prodigious Pi Rho Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Incorporated was chartered on June 19, 2004 by sorors Sophia Jackson, Natasha Wiley, Tiffany Hampton, Charity Levels, and Minya Cole. The Pi Rho Chapter used to be a city-wide chapter encompassing the campuses of California State Polytechnic University of Pomona, Cal State San Bernardino, and University of La Verne. Thank You For Coming! Sorority Requirements 2.5 Gpa
Community Service
Must be a full-time student at Cal Poly Pomona
2 Letters of Recommendation
Financial Commitments Founders Contact Information For any questions or concerns, contact:

Basileus (President)
Adoni Netter
(323) 365-1250

Anti-Basileus (Vice-President)
Le'Nesha Glenn
(951) 489-8418

Pi Rho Chapter email:
pirhochapter@yahoo.com International Second Grand Anti-Basileus Emmanuela Ebunilo Third highest ranking officer in Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc
Highest ranking undergraduate officer

February 18 6-9pm: Up til Dawn
February 19 7-9pm: Financial Feud
March 9th 10am-2pm @ Boys & Girls Club in Pomona
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