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Welcome, to the Decatur Alumnae Chapter Website

I am Alanna Hicks-King, President of the Decatur Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and it is my distinct honor to have you as a visitor. While you are visiting the Decatur Alumnae Chapter’s virtual house, I hope that you will learn more about DAC, who we serve, and most importantly, find out how you can join us at our many programs and projects as we work to be “Catalysts for Change, Committed to Our Community!”

What an amazing 2013-2014 year for DAC!

What an amazing 2013-2014 year for the Decatur Alumnae Chapter (DAC)! Kicking off this sorority year with the 2013 Day of Service in honor and celebration of our 40th chapter anniversary, where DAC performed service in all 11 cities of our vast service area.  DAC members have truly been “catalysts for change…” and “…committed to our communities!” This year, DAC continued our highly anticipated events such as Spring Into Reading”, Prom Dress Giveaway, and our signature fundraising event, TEE Off with DST.” We again partnered with I’ll Take That, and hosted the 2nd Annual Prom Dress Giveaway. DAC also ushered in fresh, innovative projects like D. E. L. T. A (Deltas Encouraging Life Transforming Activities) Fit;  partnered with the Whitefoord Family Medical Center, we helped our community #getcovered at the Affordable Care Act signup event; with the help of our friends from the DeKalb Lawyer’s Association, Berean Christian Church, DeKalb County Council of PTA’s, The “X Out Crime” Foundation, and The P.I.L.O.T. Program., we brought together over 200 youth and parents for the first ever “Teens Talk Back Forum”; together with our hardworking sorors from SM-LAC, we were able to keep citizens up-to-date and well informed about local, state and national politics and elections at the 2014 Candidates Forum; and sharing the moment with the Department of Juvenile Justice Multi-Service Center, we remembered all children lost to violence at the 2014 Children’s Memorial Day Prayer Vigil. We also worked with the DeKalb County School System this year to register over 600 DCSS students to vote! This year, my DAC sorors were firing on all cylinders and it showed!

Many of us attended the Regional Conference in Tampa, where we received the 2014 Distinguished Service Award for Extra-Large chapters for our social action work and a 2014-2015 Delta Research and Educational Foundation (DREF) grant to continue our outreach projects. DAC has already kicked off planning for the upcoming sorority year.  My sorors and I know that there is still much work to be done. The Decatur Alumnae Chapter remains committed to the citizens of DeKalb and look forward to continuing to be “Catalysts for change, committed to our communities!”

Please remember, in order for us to take care of the community; we too must take care of ourselves and each other. Be Blessed!