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Message from the Basileus Dear Sorors, With our elections complete we can now move forward to implement our approved 2011 Program Calendar. There are committees or activities that needs a soror to volunteer to lead the chapter’s efforts. Sorors, please think on the phrase “we help each other” to guide you on how you will participate in our program activities. We need you to be a S.M.I.L.E. I think that we will have a nice contingent at Founders’ Day and many of you are registering for NARC as well. Don’t forget to order your sweater set and cook book (see enclosure). A few weeks ago a phone tree message was sent out; if you did not receive the message please let me know, so that the database may be updated However, I do ask that you check your answering/voice mail messages or family members first. Please come out to the Membership Committee meeting scheduled before chapter meeting to get a refresher on the revised MIP process so that we get it right when we are approved. Last month’s collation was bountiful, so let’s repeat the process! Contact Soror Dawn Anderson (845 3433127 or 646) 7612344) to let her know what you are bringing or if you will make a monetary contribution. I look forward to seeing you at Chapter meeting. Sisterly, Soror Wendy February 2011 Volume 4, Issue 2 Tau Omega Chapter, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated The Ivy Line Inside this issue: Message from the Basileus 1 Upcoming Meetings 2 Chapter Meeting Agenda 2 Officer and Committee Chair Reports 3 – 7 Announcements 8 February and March Birthdays 9 Chapter Officers and Chairman 10
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  • Message from the Basileus 

    Dear Sorors, 

      With our elections complete we can now move forward to implement our approved 2011 Program Calendar.  There are committees or activities that needs a soror to volunteer to lead the chapter’s efforts.  Sorors, please think on the phrase “we help each other” to guide you on how you will participate in our program activities.  We need you to be a S.M.I.L.E.  

      I think that we will have a nice contingent at Founders’ Day and many of you are regis‐tering for NARC as well. Don’t forget to order your sweater set and cook book (see enclosure).   

      A few weeks ago a phone tree message was sent out; if you did not receive the message please let me know, so that the database may be updated  However, I do ask that you check your answering/voice mail messages or family members first.   

      Please come out to the Membership Committee meeting scheduled before chapter meeting to get a refresher on the revised MIP process so that we get it right when we are ap‐proved.  

      Last month’s collation was bountiful, so let’s repeat the process!  Contact Soror Dawn Anderson (845 343‐3127 or  646) 761‐2344) to let her know what you are bringing or if you will make a monetary contribution. 

      I look forward to seeing you at Chapter meeting. 

    Sisterly, 

    Soror Wendy 

    February 2011   Volume 4, Issue 2 

    Tau Omega Chapter, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated

    The Ivy Line

    Inside this issue:

    Message from the Basileus     1 

    Upcoming Meetings       2 

    Chapter Meeting Agenda     2 

    Officer and Committee Chair Reports  3 – 7 

     

    Announcements       8 

    February  and March Birthdays   9 

    Chapter Officers and Chairman   10 

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    Upcoming Meetings Kennedy Center

    34 West 134th Street Bet. Lenox & Fifth Avenue (Enter on 135th Street)

    February 19, 2011

    12:00p.m. Membership Committee 1:00 p.m. Chapter Meeting

    Presiding Wendy P. Malliet, Basileus, Tau Omega Chapter

    Chapter Meeting Agenda ◊ Call to order ◊ Meditation ◊ Minutes (Corrections/Additions) ◊ Announcements ◊ Introduction of Sorors ◊ Executive Committee Recommendations ◊ Basileus’ Report ◊ Program Committee ◊ Membership Committee ◊ Finance Committee ◊ Graduate Advisors ◊ Connection ◊ Bylaws ◊ Fundraising - Pink Ice ◊ Gidget ◊ Hymn & Pledge ◊ Mix & Mingle* • Golden Sorors are served first. If you are mobility challenged and would like assistance in getting your re-

    freshments, please let the Philacter know when you arrive.

    Philacter's Corner Sorors be mindful that chapter meeting begins at 1:00 p.m. and ends at 4:00 p.m. please make yourself

    available for the entire meeting. Late arrivals and side conversations are a distraction please limit move-ment during the meeting. Chapter meeting is a business meeting and business attire is required.

    Please place all cell phones on vibrate.

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    First Anti Basileus: The Program Report  

    Program Committee Initiatives – Global Leadership through Timeless Service February is Black History Month. Share Black history with a young person.  February 7, 2011  is National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day: Get educated!   Get tested!   Get involved!  Get treated!  For more information on National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, log onto www.blackaidsday.org.  It takes a village to fight HIV/AIDS. Know your status.  Tau Omega joined other Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated chapters on Friday, Febru‐ary 4, 2011 on National Wear Red Day as “Pink Went Red” for a day to raise awareness against heart disease in women.  At our February Chapter meeting, Global Leadership Program Initiative Leaders are invited to talk about their initiatives and invite sorors to join their committees. Please sign up for at least one committee and be an active participant. To reiterate, the Initiatives are:  

       I.  Emerging Young Leaders (EYL) Initiative;    II.  Health Initiatives,  

    A. Asthma Prevention and Management Initiative;  B. Environmental Stewardship and Sustainability Initiative;  

           III.      Global Poverty Initiative;         IV.      Economic Security Initiative;  

      V.  Social Justice and Human Rights Initiative; and  VI.  Internal Leadership Training for External Service Initiative. 

     Our  Program  teleconference will  be Monday,  February  28,  2011,  at  8:00 p.m. The  call‐in number is 218‐844‐8230, Participant Access Code: 612308#.    Together  we  are  forging  ahead  with  “Global  Leadership  through  Timeless  Service”  with  a S.M.I.L.E—Sorors making an impact on lives of everyone.   Thank you for your vote of confidence.  Sisterly, Doris Boone Mitchell, First Anti‐Basileus and Program Chair 718‐364‐7652 (h), 718‐924‐0292 (c), 212‐939‐4361 (w), E‐Mail: [email protected] 

    http://www.blackaidsday.org/�mailto:[email protected]

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    Second Anti Basileus: Membership         Sisterly, Soror Sharlene R. Forbes Membership Chair [email protected] 917‐847‐6478   

    Initiative VI:  Internal Leadership Training for External Service  Sorors the 80th North Atlantic Regional Conference is approaching quickly.  The conference will be held on April 6‐10, 2011 in Atlantic City, NJ.  On‐line registration ends Monday, February 14, 2011.  Late registration ends Thursday, March 7, 2011 and fee $100.  Remember, Sorors an additional processing fee of $10 will apply to all regis‐trations submitted by MAIL.  Sorors I encourage each one of us to participate in the following workshops:  Graduate Advi‐sor’s Certification, Financial Officer’s Certification, Technology and Parliamentarian.    Please refer to www.akanorthatlantic.org to review registration packet.  For general registration questions, please email [email protected]   Sisterly, Soror Kimberly Myott, Chair 267‐307‐4869 

    http://www.akanorthatlantic.org�mailto:[email protected]

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      Effective as of the January 2010 meeting, to be considered financial at the meeting and able to vote your dues must be paid by the first Wednesday of  the month. This will facilitate prepara‐tion of the financial list for the chapter meeting. 2011 dues were due before December 31, 2010 so payments received now must include the late fee.  Below are the 2011 membership dues.          

                 The 2011 Assessment payable with your dues is $275; checks shall be made payable to The Tau Omega Charitable Trust Fund and is in lieu of participation in the May 22, 2011 obligatory 

    fundraiser. Paying the assessment does not include tickets to the fundraiser.  Please be reminded that your 2011 dues will not be accepted unless your 2010 obligation 

    is satisfied.  

      Contact Soror Dawnn Carlton  with any questions at: (646) 410‐2347 or Pinkperfec‐[email protected] . 

     

     

    Send all payments to 

    Soror Dawnn Carlton  

    147 West 143rd Street #5A 

    New York, NY 10030 

    Fiscal Fitness 

     Graduate  $320.00  Chapter Officer  $150.00 

    Life Member  $230.00  Undergrad. Transfer  $150.00 

    Reactivation  $340.00  Late fee  $15.00 

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    Graduate Advisors Corner 

    Reminder : The supervising Graduate Chapter is required by our Constitution and Bylaws to provide men‐tors for each undergraduate soror in the chapter(s) it supervises.  Tau Omega would like to appoint those who really want to serve in this capacity.  To serve as a mentor you do not have to be on the Graduate Ad‐visor council, nor do you have to be certified.    You do however have to be appointed by our chapter Basileus.  If you are interested in being a mentor to one or more of our Lambda or Omicron Theta sorors.  Please see soror Brenda or Cydney before or after chapter meeting to complete a short questionnaire which will be submitted to Soror Wendy.     

     

    Omicron Theta 

    On February 4th, Omicron Theta chapter wore red in support of the American Heart Association's Go Red For Women movement in raising awareness in the fight against heart disease in women. Omicron Theta will hold its second chapter orientation on February 7th at 7:30 pm. The room location will be at the front security desk for all those interested. The Rush will be held on Friday, February 11, at 8:08pm in the Regina Peruggi room. Their upcoming events are a finance forum on the importance of establishing and maintaining good credit and African dance lessons in honor of Black History month.  The spring semester calendar will be sent to the listserve highlighting the chapter's monthly service projects.  Sisterly, Soror Brenda Jones Omicron Theta Chapter  Lambda  Lambda's MIP was approved.  If you would like to participate please make plans to attend the MIP Orien‐tation Workshop this Monday 2/7/11 @ 8:30 pm.  The location is to be determined but will take place at either Columbia or City College.  Please continue to check your email for updates, as I may not receive confirmation until Monday.  The MIP will take place 3/20 ‐ 3/24; 3/27‐3/31; 4/2 & 4/3  Only sorors who attend the orientation workshop can participate in all MIP activities.  If you do not at‐tend the orientation workshop, you may still be invited to present information to the candidates, how‐ever, you can only make your presentation then leave.  All active sorors may attend the final initiation rit‐ual, and any soror (active or inactive) may attend the initiation luncheon.  I will post updates as they are received. If you plan to attend the workshop Monday, please let me know, so I can let Lambda sorors know how many to prepare for.  Sisterly, Soror Cydney Taylor Lambda Chapter 

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    Connection Committee  

    The Connection Committee identifies and studies local, national and international issues which impact quality of life; designs strategies for communication with the membership regarding these issues and mo-bilizes the membership for action. If you are interested in becoming a member of the Connection Com-mittee please contact me.  

    Attend the next Community Board 10 meeting ‐ General Board meetings are held at the Har‐lem State Office Building, 163 West 125th St., 2nd Floor Gallery on the first Wednesday of every month. 

     

    AKA Day At The Capitol  will be held on Saturday, February 19, 2011.  We await information on cost and activities. 

     

    Keeping you “connected”, 

     Soror Karon D. Lilly 

    email:  [email protected] 

     

    Fundraising 

    Fundraising Committee ‐  Spring Luncheon  

    Tickets for our May 21st event will be on sale at chapter meeting. As a reminder, tickets are $85 each and we are responsible for three. We also have your invitations and journal contracts if you did receive them at our January meeting.  Keep items coming for our silent auction; we are off to a great start! 

    Sisterly, Soror JoAnne Challenger 

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    Announcements 

     Soror To Soror 

     Please keep Soror Charisse Marshall in your thoughts and prayers as she recovers from a second surgery.  She will be recuperating at her sister ‘s,  Soror Wendy Marshall Kilpatrick, 323 Beach 39th Street, Far Rockaway, NY  11691  

     

    Tau Omega Scholarship Applications 

    The Thelma Berlack Boozer Scholarship for Academic Excellence.

    Sorors please share the application with your church groups, organizations or in any venue where potential candidates are available.  Tau Omega Scholarship application has been attached to this newsletter and are also available online by contacting Soror Sandra @ [email protected]   

    Sisterly, Sandra Adams‐Picchierri  

    NARC Cook Book 

    I will be collecting during February 19th chapter meeting. We will be sending a chapter check af‐terwards. If you are not going to attend the meeting and are interested you can send a money or‐der directly to Soror Joy Dorsey‐Whiting. The cost of the NAR Cookbook is $20.00. If we order 50 or more the price is $15.00  

    NAR Cookbook Order  c/o Soror Joy Dorsey‐Whiting  

    PO Box 6852  Paterson, NJ  

    Sisterly, Soror Lisa Penzellna  

    mailto:[email protected]

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       February Birthdays 

    7 Janice Taylor       20 Doris Mitchell 

    9 Kimberly Singleton     21 Edith Davenport 

    12 Millicent K. Cotto         23 Dakota Ramseur 

    14 Karla Elrod       20 Patricia Wortham –Busch         

    15 Barbara A. Scott       29 Nicaila Matthews 

     

      March Birthdays 3 Margaretta B. Goines     17 Olive Gibbs‐Knight  

    11Cydney Taylor       22 Terri Butler 

    15 Helen Ellis        25 Ardrena Cooke             

           

     

    Epistoleus Memo 

    Please remit your newsletter submissions in a timely fashion.   

    In addition, please confirm your email address and birthday with the me at the close of Febru‐ary’s chapter meeting.  

    If you are not receiving the newsletter via email, and would like to please advise @ [email protected] 

     

    Sisterly, Andrea R. Webster 

    mailto:[email protected]

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    2011 Tau Omega Chapter Officers

     

    Office  Name  Telephone  Email Basileus  Wendy P. Malliet  718 443-7087 (h) 

    347 837-1002 (m) 

    347 643-8160 (w) 

    [email protected] 

    First Anti Basileus  Doris B. Mitchell  718-364-7652  [email protected] Second Anti Basileus  Sharlene R. Forbes  718 206-2959  [email protected] Grammateus       Pecunious Grammateus  Dawnn Carlton  646-410-2347  [email protected] Tamiouchos  G. Jeannie Lopez  917 716-0855  [email protected] Epistoleus  Andrea R. Webster  646-261-9609  [email protected] Hodegos  Dawn Anderson  845-343-3127  [email protected] Philacter  Kimberly Myott  267 307-4869  [email protected] Parliamentarian  Christine Dudley  212 283-5745  [email protected] Ivy Leaf Reporter  Lesley Henry Bedeau  347-229-7716  [email protected] Graduate Advisors           Lambda  Cydney Taylor  718 230 9591  [email protected]  Omicron Theta  Brenda Jones  212 368-6733  [email protected] 

    Chaplain  Helen Foster  718 992-5315  [email protected] Members at Large  Ashley Jones 

    Wendy Rice 917-626-6612 718-444-4160 

    [email protected] [email protected] 

    Committees 

    Operations EAF Chapter Captain  Lisa Penzellna Proposals and Grant Writing  Christine Dudley Protocol  Gwendolyn Richardson Technology  TBD 

    Program 

    Initiative I Kimberly Singleton

    Initiative II Dawnn Carlton

    Initiative III Jennifer Curry

    Black Male Initiative Giovanna Henson

    Books for Babies Anne Cammack

    Harlem Little League Edith Davenport

    Tutoring Dawn Anderson World Community TBD

    Mentoring Tracy McNeill

    Platform V Cynthia Powell Karen Myrie

    STRIDE Walks for Cure Tracey Branch

    Organization Liaisons 

    New York Women’s Agenda  Tanya Kennedy 

    MMA Diversity Committee Sylvia Sandridge 

    Pan Hellenic Jennifer Curry Rosalyn Graves Wilson 

    Standing 

    Executive  Wendy P. Malliet Program  Doris B. Mitchell Membership  Sharlene R. Forbes Finance  G. Jeannie Lopez By-Laws  Christine Dudley Standards  Jonnie Marshall Archives  Doris Conner Graduate Advisor’s Council     Lambda  Cydney Taylor  Omicron Theta  Brenda Jones Nominating  Helen Foster 

    AKA Connection  Karon Lilly Fundraising - Obligatory  JoAnne Challenger Fundraising – Pink Ice  Andrea R. Webster 

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    Committee Spotlight : 

     

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    12 - Cluster III Founders’ Day Celebration

    19 - Chapter Meeting

    Dates to Remember

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    Wendy P. Malliet, Basileus 

    Telephone ‐ 718 443‐7087 

    Email ‐ [email protected] 

  • Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated TAU OMEGA CHAPTER New York, New York

    January 14, 2011 My Fellow Educator or Student: Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated (AKA) is the oldest Greek letter organization established in America by African-American college women. Since it’s founding in 1908, Alpha Kappa Alpha has included among its activities the promotion of high scholarship, vocational and career guidance, and the advancement of human and civil rights. We are dedicated to helping students utilize their strengths to achieve in the future. In keeping with our tradition, I am pleased to send you an application for the Thelma Berlack Boozer Scholarship for Academic Excellence sponsored by the Tau Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated. This scholarship is awarded to individuals with a demonstrated financial need who have excelled academically and provided leadership in their community. All (Male and female) applicants must be graduating from high school this spring and attending college in the fall. Preference is given to those who will be attending a historically black college or university. Since our chapter is based in Harlem, all applicants must either live in the borough of Manhattan or attend high school in the borough of Manhattan. The Scholarship is disbursed at the rate of $3,000 annually for up to 4 years, and this year we will be awarding one scholarship. All applications must be postmarked by, Friday, April 14, 2011. Please encourage any young students to apply. Send applications to Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Tau Omega Chapter, in care of Sandra Adams-Picchierri, Esq. Scholarship Chairman, PO Box 67, Teaneck, New Jersey 07666. Please do not hesitate to email me at [email protected] if you have any questions. Sincerely yours,

    Sandra Adams-Picchierri, Esq. Scholarship Committee Chairperson

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  • Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated TAU OMEGA CHAPTER New York, New York

    2011 Scholarship Application

    Please Print or Type: Date______________ PERSONAL DATA Name_____________________________________________________Date of Birth________________________________ Address___________________________________________________________________Apt#_______________________ City______________________________________________________State____________Zip Code____________________ Telephone_________________________________________________Social Security#______________________________ E-mail address_________________________________________________ FAMILY DATA Father’s Name/Guardian_____________________________________________Occupation__________________________________ Address___________________________________________________________________Apt#_______________________ City______________________________________________________State____________Zip Code____________________ Home Telephone____________________________________________Work Telephone_____________________________ Mother’s Name/Guardian_____________________________________________Occupation__________________________________ Address___________________________________________________________________Apt#_______________________ City______________________________________________________State____________Zip Code____________________ Home Telephone____________________________________________Work Telephone_____________________________

    Family Member(s) living in your Household Name Age Relationship to applicant _________________________________ ________ _____________________ _________________________________ ________ _____________________ _________________________________ ________ _____________________ _________________________________ ________ _____________________ Has any member of your immediate family attended college? (yes/no) __________ If yes, please list name(s) and college(s): ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________________

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  • Tau Omega Application Deadline is April 14, 2011

    EDUCATION, COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT, EMPLOYMENT DATA Education: School Date Entered Date Completed Elementary ________________________ ____________ ____________ Jr. High School ________________________ ____________ ____________ High School ________________________ ____________ ____________ Extra-curricular Activities (include offices held): _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Community Service Activities (include approximate hours): _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Work Experience: _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Educational/Career Goal(s): Educational___________________________________________________________________________________________ Career_______________________________________________________________________________________________ Name(s) of College(s) of your choice: Name Location Has Admission Been Granted ______________________________ _________________________ __________________________ ______________________________ _________________________ __________________________ ______________________________ _________________________ ___________________________ ______________________________ __________________________ ____________________________ ______________________________ __________________________ _____________________________ FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION Student’s Expenses Yearly Estimate A. Tuition and Fees $____________ B. Room and Board $____________ C. Books and Supplies $____________ D. Personal Expenses (i.e. meals, transportation, clothing, recreation) $____________ E. Incidentals $____________ Total Expenses $____________ Student’s Resources Yearly Estimate A. Parents' Contribution $____________ B. Student’s Contribution $____________

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    Tau Omega Application Deadline is April 14, 2011

    Student’s Resources (cont’d) Yearly Estimate (cont’d) C. Social Security Benefits $____________ D. Veteran’s Benefits $____________ E. Tuition Assistance Program Award $____________ F. Regent’s Scholarship $____________ G. Pell Grant $____________ H. Other Grants $____________ I. Loans $____________ J. Other Income $____________ Total Resources $____________ Please explain any unusual financial circumstances: _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ REFERENCES Three character references are required. An acceptable reference letter should come from a teacher, minister, community person, employer or adult familiar with the character of the applicant (not inclusive of family members). Letters must include the following information: the person’s position, address and telephone number. DECLARATION (Applicant's Signature Required) I declare that the answers given in this application are true to the best of my knowledge and belief. If an award is granted to me, I promise to answer letters relating to the scholarship promptly and to keep the Alpha Kappa Alpha Scholarship Committee informed of my current home and college address. I recognize that if I am not a U.S. citizen or permanent resident, I am not eligible for the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Scholarship. Signature of Applicant:__________________________________________Date:__________________________ Submit application in an 8x10 envelope to: Sandra Adams-Picchierri, Esq. PO Box 67 Teaneck, NJ 07666 The following is an application checklist: 1. Completed Application ρ 2. High School Transcript (including SAT, Regents Math and Reading test scores) ρ 3. Copy of Financial Aid Report or copy of the last year’s federal tax return

    (IRS Form 1040) - ρ 4. Three character references ρ 5. A recent photograph of yourself ρ 6. Brief autobiographical essay (typed) ρ 7. Applicant must live or attend high school in Manhattan ρ

    APPLICATION MATERIALS WILL NOT BE RETURNED

  • North Atlantic Regional Cookbook Order Form

    “Cooking With AKA: Culinary Creations from the

    Notable North Atlantic”

    Basileus’ Name: Soror Wendy Malliet Chapter Name: Tau Omega Chapter Name of Soror to Pick up Cookbook Order if different from the Basileus Soror Lisa Penzellna

    Price of NAR Cookbook: $20.00 each,

    Order of 50 or more, $15 each

    QTY Ordered Unit Price Total

    • Chapter Check and Order form should be mailed to: NAR Cookbook Order c/o Soror Joy Dorsey-Whiting PO Box 6852 Paterson, NJ

    • Only Chapter Checks and Money Orders will be accepted • Checks should be made payable to North Atlantic Region, in the

    memo line indicate Cookbook • All cookbooks will be available for pickup at NARC by the Chapter

    Basileus or her designee. • Cookbooks will not be mailed • All pre-orders must be received no later than March 15th

    Joy Dorsey-Whiting, Fund Development Chairman Constance R. Pizarro, North Atlantic Regional Director

  • Tau Omega Chapter of

    Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated presents a

    Pink & Green Affair Luncheon and Silent Auction

    Proceeds support the scholarship awards and service projects

    ~~~~PROGRAM JOURNAL AD CONTRACT~~~~

    □ OUTSIDE BACK COVER $300 □ INSIDE BACK COVER $250 □ FULL PAGE $100 □ HALF PAGE $75 □ INSIDE FRONT $275 □ PATRONS $10 □ PHOTOS $10 □ BUSINESS CARD $25

    PLEASE ATTACH BUSINESS CARD, PRINTED MATERIAL OR CAMERA READY COPY OF AD

    The Deadline For Ads: Friday, April 29, 2011

    Enclosed is my check / money order for $____________

    Make checks/money orders payable to: Tau Omega Charitable Trust Fund

    Payment must accompany the Ad. Your contribution is tax deductible to the fullest extent allowable by law.

    Mail contract & payment to: J. Challenger * 341 Halsey Street * Brooklyn, NY 11216

    Email to: [email protected]

    Please make your check payable to: Tau Omega Charitable Trust Fund

    Last Name

    First Name M.I.

    Address Apt./Unit

    City State ZIP Code

    Phone ( ) E-Mail

    Name (print) __________________________________________________

    Business (if applicable) __________________________________________

    Address

    ___________________________________Apt./Suite___________

    City _________________________ State_______ Zip Code____________

    Telephone(s) ________________ Email Address ______________________

    Email Address ________________________________________________

    ******************************************************************************* RECEIPT

    (will be returned to the Advertiser)

    Payment in the amount of $ ______ received for _____ page Ad in the AKA Luncheon Journal

    Received by: _________________ Received from: _____________________

    Submitted to:______________ Date: _________________________

    2011 Ivy Line February Message from the BasileusDear Sorors,With our elections complete we can now move forward to implement our approved 2011 Program Calendar. There are committees or activities that needs a soror to volunteer to lead the chapter’s efforts. Sorors, please think on the phrase “we help each other” to guide you on how you will participate in our program activities. We need you to be a S.M.I.L.E. I think that we will have a nice contingent at Founders’ Day and many of you are registering for NARC as well. Don’t forget to order your sweater set and cook book (see enclosure). A few weeks ago a phone tree message was sent out; if you did not receive the message please let me know, so that the database may be updated However, I do ask that you check your answering/voice mail messages or family members first. Please come out to the Membership Committee meeting scheduled before chapter meeting to get a refresher on the revised MIP process so that we get it right when we are approved. I look forward to seeing you at Chapter meeting.Sisterly,Soror WendyFebruary 2011 Volume 4, Issue 2Page #Tau Omega Chapter The Ivy LinePage #Tau Omega Chapter The Ivy LineFirst Anti Basileus: The Program Report Page #Tau Omega Chapter The Ivy LineSecond Anti Basileus: Membership Page #Tau Omega Chapter The Ivy LineFiscal FitnessPage #Tau Omega Chapter The Ivy LineGraduate Advisors CornerPage #Tau Omega Chapter The Ivy LineFundraisingPage #Tau Omega Chapter The Ivy LinePage #Tau Omega Chapter The Ivy LinePage #Tau Omega Chapter The Ivy LineCommittee Spotlight :Page #Tau Omega Chapter The Ivy Line

    AKA_Tau_Omega_Application[1]2011 Scholarship ApplicationPERSONAL DATAFAMILY DATAFamily Member(s) living in your Household

    Tau Omega Application Deadline is April 14, 2011EDUCATION, COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT, EMPLOYMENT DATAEducation:FINANCIAL AID INFORMATIONStudent’s Resources Yearly EstimateTau Omega Application Deadline is April 14, 2011Student’s Resources (cont’d) Yearly Estimate (cont’d)

    REFERENCESAPPLICATION MATERIALS WILL NOT BE RETURNED

    North_Atlantic_Region_Cookbook_Order_Form_[1][1]Journal contract 2011

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