Annual Scholarship Tea for Local Sorority Chapter Debuts Soon

Annual Scholarship Tea for Local Sorority Chapter Debuts Soon

The Finer Womanhood High Tea is an annual event for Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Epsilon Rho Zeta Chapter


It’s that remarkable time of the year again – the annual Finer Womanhood High Tea hosted by the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. Epsilon Rho Zeta chapter, will make its timely entrance on March 10, 2019 at the Hotel DuPont in Wilmington, Delaware at 3pm. It will be the usual time of scholarship, service, sisterhood, and without question, a time of finer women who will gather together and commemorate highlights of the chapters inspiring advances. The Finer Womanhood High Tea is more than just a social occasion; its main vision is to raise funds for the Katherine B. Ross scholarship. This scholarship, established in 2006, benefits young women living in New Castle County, Delaware, whose aspirations are in higher education.  These outstanding students will be receiving scholarships, and this is the chapter’s chance and opportunity to honor and congratulate them.

Per Michelle Mack-Williams, President, Epsilon Rho Zeta Chapter, the chapter and I are excited to celebrate our scholarship recipients and other hard working members of our community at the Annual Katherine B. Ross High Tea!

We believe there is no better gift than investing in the future of our children.

The Epsilon Rho Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. was chartered in September 1955. In 1962, the chapter organized the Zeta Amicae of Wilmington, and the New Castle County Stork’s Nest opened its doors in 2002. In an effort to further community outreach efforts, Zeta CAN!  – The Zeta Community Action Network was born, and in 2006, the Katherine B. Ross Scholarship was added to the chapter’s education portfolio. For over 60 years, the chapter has given un-totaled hours of voluntary service to educate the public, assist youth, provide scholarships, support organized charities, and promote legislation for social and civic change.

The membership is comprised of professional women from many walks of life Chapter members hold Baccalaureate, Master’s, Doctoral and/or professional degrees in fields from Education, both secondary and higher, to finance, law, social work, corporate management, and technology. This expertise allows the chapter to provide a myriad of service to the New Castle County area. Thus, the chapter continues to hold high the torch that was kindled at Howard University in Washington, DC on January 16, 1920.

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