The chapter co-sponsored an Easter Egg Hunt with other African American Organizations from the community. This event was started by the Ann Arbor chapter in 1989 and joined forces with the other organizations in 1991. The event featured the Easter Egg Hunt, Magic Show, Lunch, Tour of the Fire Truck, the Book Mobile and presentations by each organization. There were over 400 children and youth (ages 2-11) attended the event. Brothers Carlton Fields, Darryl Campbell, and Eron Clifford coordinated this program for the chapter.
The Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti-Inkster chapter presented awards to the Delta Sigma Theta Inkster Alumnae and Ann Arbor Alumnae Chapters in honor of their 100th Anniversary. They joined the century club on January 13, 2013. We, the Kappas appreciate the Deltas for their Sisterhood, scholarship donations and service to all mankind. Both chapters were extremely thankful for us taking time to acknowledge their contributions to our society. They received the awards with much humility.
Above: Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Inkster Alumnae
Above: Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Ann Arbor Alumnae
The 24th Annual Easter Egg Hunt held on April 7, 2012 was exactly like the first–a hugh success. The African American Community organizations and the community continue look forward to this event and equally supported it with great pride. The Kappa Leaguers were in full force to support this event as well. Special thanks to Kappa League Advisors Bryan Johnson and Allen Mason for the guidance of our youth group. And special thanks to Brothers Carlton Fields and Eron Clifford for coordinating this event with reps from the other community organizations.