Welcome to the Huntsville Alumnae Chapter!

Chartered in 1954, the Huntsville Alumnae Chapter has a rich legacy of providing service throughout the entire county of Madison. Our members diligently work to “Advance the Sisterhood” in Scholarship & Service to our community. We strive to provide quality programs to educate our youth, steer economic development within our community and be at the forefront of social action.

Please join us in continuing the legacy by frequently perusing our upcoming events on this page and participating in our community service programs and other activities over the coming months.

Yours in Delta,

Jackie Perry, President

Talent Extravaganza

SAVE THE DATE!!  The Huntsville Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. is presenting a Talent Extravaganza on April, 22, 2018.

4th Annual Rise Against Hunger Food Packaging Event – May 19, 2018

Are you ready for the Fourth Annual Rise Against Hunger (RAH) Food Packaging Event?!

This year our packaging event will be held on May 19, 2018 at the Omega Center on 181 Import Circle, Huntsville, AL  from 10 am-12pm.
Please use this link  to access Huntsville Alumnae Chapter’s RAH homepage to register and/or donate to the event.  All donations will go toward helping us reach our goal of packaging 20,000 meals.   This is a community event and everyone’s support is needed to make it a success.  Feel free to invite your friends, family and colleagues.

Shades of Sisterhood

On Friday, March 9, 2018, Huntsville Alumnae Chapter celebrated Sisterhood Month with our Shades of Sisterhood event. As part of that activity, HAC donated hundreds of everyday necessities (paper towels, toiletries, soaps, detergent, etc) to Riah Rose. Now let’s get on to https://essaynara.com basic arithmetic problems. Riah Rose is a 501c3 organization helping young women, young mothers become self sufficient. Pictured from L-R:  Sorors Jackie Perry (HAC President), Carolyn Jackson (Director or Riah Rose), and Ovetta Hobson (HAC Vice-President).

Local Students Honored at the 39th Annual Honors Convocation

The 39th Annual Honors Convocation was held on Sunday, March 4, 2018.  This year’s theme was:  “Celebrating Excellence:  #Students4SocialChange”.  Pictured from left to right are:  Maria Goodman, Chairperson on Honors Committee, Jackie Perry, HAC President, and Student Speaker Nakia Griffin, Pam McDonald, HAC, Student Speakers Kourtney Hale and Tristan Williams, and Convocation Speaker Minister Winford “Kenny” Rice, Jr.

HAC Honors State Representatives as Social Change Champions during Honors Convocation

The Sorority incorporated a social action component into this year’s Honors Convocation by creating the first annual Social Change Champions award.  Representatives Laura Hall and Anthony Daniels were selected as the 2018 Social Change Champions.  Pictured left to right are Dr. Tenisha Daniels (for Representative Anthony Daniels), Jackie Perry, HAC President, and Representative Laura Hall.

Calvary Hill Book Donation

As part of our Founders Day celebration, “Delivering on Deltas Promise”, Huntsville Alumnae Chapter members fulfilled a promise on our most recent service project.
Out initial goal was to donate 105 books in honor of 105 years of service however, we exceeded this goal and donated over 700 books to The Calvary Hill Library.

Chaplain's Corner

“Just as lotions and fragrance give sensual delight, a sweet friendship refreshes the soul. You use steel to sharpen steel, and one friend sharpens another.” Proverbs 27:9&17
Greetings my lovely Sorors! As winter struggles to transition to spring, our minds, hearts and souls are struggling to comprehend the swift transition of life and time. It seems that each week we are extending expressions of sympathy to one (or more) of our members. Additionally, many of our members are currently ill or recuperating from illnesses, surgical procedures, etc. Nevertheless, God is still on the throne! And when God speaks, we must listen. As members of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated, we are charged to be loving, kind and uplifting to our sisters. When one of our members is hurting, we must be intentionally prayerful, visible and present.
We must live with purpose. We must love on purpose. And in everything, in all situations, we must give thanks. Although sometimes God’s decisions are painful and difficult to accept, we must continue to trust Him. ‘Tis so sweet to trust in Jesus; Just to take Him at His Word; Just to rest upon His promise; And to know, “Thus saith The Lord!”
With Sisterly Love,
Kelli Curry