SHFBAC Events Gallery

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SHFBAC EVENTS GALLERY

Sisterhood Month 2017

March is Sisterhood Month.  We at SHFBAC of Delta Sigma Theta do it big!!  It includes a month long calendar of events such as “Take a Soror to Lunch, Sunday Worship Service,  Invite an In-Active Soror to the Chapter Meeting, Go to Lunch with a Delta Dear, Reach out to a Line Sister, Go out with Sorors and paint the town red.  And our famous Dining with Delta’s a progressive lunch, which features three themed meals at chapter member’s homes followed by Desert at a fourth.

 

 

2017 Delta Day at Houston City Hall

“Delta Day at City Hall is a Social Action event which includes all of the local chapters in the Greater Houston area. We have gathered at this activity for over 20 years, to empower Sorors with knowledge of how to address issues in our local City Municipality. Sorors employed with the City of Houston host this event which culminates with a visit before the Mayor and City Council. We learn to implement action into our communities Through Social Action.”

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2017 Joint Founders Celebration

“Our Joint Founders Celebration was held January 28, 2017 at the Power Center. The Speaker was our own chapter member Soror TaKasha Francis.”

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Literary Cafe – 2017

 

 Hidden Figures

 

 

 

PPD Arts and Letters Red Carpet Events

 

2015 PRAIRIE VIEW ALUMNAE CHAPTER – DELTA SIGMA THETA SORORITY, INC.
SOCIAL ACTION LUNCHEON
SHFBAC supporting our sisters in Prairie View at their first Social Action Luncheon – Restoration and Renewal…Reviving a Nation.  Their dynamic and inspiring keynote speaker was Honorary Member Dr. Suzan Johnson Cook.

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2015 MISSOURI CITY JUNETEENTH CELEBRATION FOUNDATION “ONE MILE OF SMILES” PARADE


SHFBAC’s first year participating in the MCJCF’s Juneteenth Parade.  The MCJCF’s purpose is to bring positive attention to African-Americans, while celebrating the Emancipation Proclamation as it relates to the state of Texas and the long-awaited announcement of freedom for the slave population confined within its territory known as Juneteenth.