Northern Carolina Cluster
On November 17, 1990, the Chapter extended an invitation to the Northern Carolina Cluster for the 1991 Cluster.
At the request of Regional Director Maxine Black, the Chapter hosted the Northern Carolina Cluster, Warren County High School, November 1991. Even though this was a relatively new Chapter, it was felt that the sorors could successfully handle the task. Brenda Clarke, a Warrenton, NC Stained Glass Artist, was commissioned to design and create a stained class Ivy Leaf for over 100 attendees. Norma White of Florida facilitated the Cluster training which focused on the "new cluster concept approach" for Regional Conferences.
On October 19, 2012, the Chapter hosted “The Talk” at Robinson Ferry Restaurant in Warrenton. On October 20, 2012, the Chapter hosted the Cluster at Vance Granville Community College Civic Center. There were around 285 sorors in attendance.
In April 1989, Rosiland C. Gilliam and Jennie A. Johnson Franklin were delegates to the Chapter's first Regional Conference.
Members served on Planning Committees for conferences, hosted by the Northern Carolina Cluster, with one being the 50th Anniversary Celebration for the Mid-Atlantic Region.
Members also served on the Planning Committee for the 2008 Centennial Regional Conference as part of the Mid-Atlantic Region held in Greensboro, North Carolina.
In addition, members served on the Planning Committee for the 2013 Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference to be held in Winston Salem, North Carolina.
Members chaired and served on several Regional Conference Committees.
Members served on Boule Committees. Members have attended every Boule since 1992.
Sisters Bertadean Baker and Kendra Davis attend Leadership Conference in Atlanta, Georgia in July 2011. Sorors have attended every Leadership Conference since 2017.
Chapter has participated in Joint Founders' Day Celebration with the following Northern Carolina Cluster Chapters: Alpha Chi, Alpha Zeta Omega, Iota Mu, Mu Omicron Omega, Nu Chi Omega, Sigma Nu Omega, Sigma Tau Omega, Theta Pi Omega and Chi Rho Omega. Chapter hosted Joint Founders' Day Celebration in 2005 at Warren County High School. Recently we participated in Joint Founders Day with the following Eastern Carolina Cluster Chapters: Kappa Iota Omega, Nu Eta Omega, Xi Rho Omega, and Zeta Kappa Omega.
Chapter Activities (Scholarship and Services Projects)
School Supplies for African Children
Christmas Shoe Box Initiatives for Foster Children
Supported Needy Families (Food and Clothing)
Coat and Clothing Give-Aways (Adults and Children)
Sponsored and Adopted Black Families
Toiletry Kits for Rest Home/Nursing Home Residents
Healthy Snacks for Summer Enrichment Program
Conducted Food Drives for Area Christians Together and Loaves and Fishes
Local Angel Tree for Kids of Incarcerated Parents
Pink Ice Balls
Little Miss Fashionetta™
To African American Males
To African American Women
To African American Elders and Youth
To African American Women Entrepreneurs
To Healthcare Professionals
To Community Leaders
To Spiritual Leaders
Educational and Informational Activities
African American Read-Ins
Mentored-Upward Bound/PRAISE Females
On-Track and Ivy Reading/Mathematics AKAdemy
Tutored Middle and High School Students
Evaluated Youth Business Plans (Warren County High School-Marketing Students)
SAT Prep and Interviewing Skills (Project Teach)
Book Presentations - Warren County (NC) Schools Media Centers, The Parent Place and Warren County Memorial Library
Hosted Economic Forums
Conducted Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service Activities for Children and Adults
Emerging Young Leaders for Middle School Girls
Voter Registration Drives
#CAP (College Acceptance Program)
Warren County Education Fund (Warren County Schools, NC)
Support for Senior Citizens (Health Issues)
Supported the Former AKA Job Corps Center (Cleveland, OH)
Supported Kittrell (NC) Job Corps Center
Supported the Buck Spring (Lake Gaston, NC) Leadership Center
Annually support the United Negro College Fund, the Warren County Community Center, Warren Family Institute, the United Negro College Fund, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, and Helping Hands Mission
Supported Palmer Memorial Institute State Site
Relay for Life Weekends (American Cancer Society Walk-a-thons)
Annually supports the Warren County Martin Luther King Celebrations
Warren County NAACP
Warren County Cooperative Extension Program
Warren County Senior Center
Updated October 1, 2021
Updated February 3, 2022