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In May of 1952, Regional Director, Aster Lee Henderson visited Lubbock at the request of 9 dynamic Deltas headed by Hazel Alexander. After her visit to Lubbock, Ms. Henderson noted in her report "I think this progressive Western city is an ideal spot for the expansion of Delta. The Sorors are quite enthusiastic and command the respect of the people of the community." A formal request was then submitted to National Headquarters on September 2, 1952. On the evening of Saturday, November 15, 1952, the Delta Xi Sigma chapter was chartered in Lubbock, Texas. Soror Henderson's first observation of the charter members in 1952 still rings true for today's Lubbock chapter.
|Assistant Financial Secretary
|May Week Teacher's Appreciation
|City Council Attendance
|Founders Day Activites
|Community Service Awards
|Luella Scott and Mildred Deo Scholarships
|Hair care products donation - CPS
|Thanksgiving Holiday Baskets
|Christmas Nursing Home Project
|Library Book Donations
|Toiletry products donation - WPS
Chapter members had a wonderful time during the 2009 Founders Day activities. Members attended the Richardson Center Groundbreaking and later attended a movie. The activities were concluded on Sunday with worship services.
LISD School Board member, Vernita Holmes, was named 2007-2008 Trustee of the Year by the Texas Classroom Teachers Association.
Adrienne Cozart was recently appointed as the Vice chair of the Texas Workforce Board.
Jackie Porch was recently elected President of the Lubbock chapter of Black Alumnae.
Adrienne Cozart was recently honored by the YWCA as one of their 2007 Women of Excellence.
Soror Sherell Guichard-Thomas has been recently elected to the Board of Directors for the American Bouvier des Flandres Club. This is the national club for Bouvier des Flandres dog breed.
The African American chamber of Commerce recently inducted Sorors Lottie Barrow and Mae Phea into their Educators Hall of Fame.
Soror Gwen Titus has recently been appointed to the Parks and Recreation Board.
The 2007 recipient of the Mildred Deo Scholarship is Ashlee Bost. She is a graduating senior to attend Texas Tech.
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