Programs
Please take a few moments to enjoy our publications bookcase and learn more about the regional and local activities of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.  Check  back frequently to discover more materials as they are added. 
Artist of the Month Darryl Andrew Ward
Darryl Andrew Ward was selected as the 2018 Artist of the Month.  This annual Black History Month program recognizes African American artists.  During the program, artists speak to the audience about their work, which remains on display at the library.  The event was co-sponosored by Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and the New Bern-Craven County Public Library, Friends of the Library, and Twin Rivers Artists Association.
Top picture:  Chapter President Linda T. Sifontes with Darryl Andrew Ward. Bottom picture:  Darryl Andrew Ward and his parents, Darryl and Jennifer Ward.  Click on images to enlarge.
(l-r) Donna Crudup (Membership Services), Marsha W. Eastland, Linda T. Sifontes (President), Natalie Standifer (Vice President)
New Bern Alumnae 2018 Sisterhood Award Marsha W. Eastland
(l-r) Donna Crudup (Membership Services), Natalie Standifer (Vice President), and Linda T. Sifontes (President)
New Bern Alumnae 2018 Delta of the Year Natalie Standifer

© This site is the sole property of the New Bern Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. .  All rights reserved. 

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
Publications Bookcase
February 11, 2018 Mae Belle Vaughn 100th birthday celebration Artist Darryl Andrew Ward and his parents Artist of the Month Program 2018 Chapter President Linda T. Sifontes and Darryl Andrew Ward
Chapter/Community Happenings
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Calendar of Public Events 2017-2018
Presented to Willie M. Wiggins for 32 years of unwavering contributions to the chapter.  Pictured l-r: Donna Crudup, Willie Wiggins, Linda Sifontes (President), Natalie Standifer (Vice President).
Distinguished Violet Award Willie M. Wiggins
New Bern Alumnae Recognizes Chapter’s Veterans November 11, 2017 click on image to read caption
Play this video to learn more about the history of female African American veterans and New Bern Alumnae Chapter veterans.  Compiled by Janette Fintchre.
(l-r) Tina Cothran, Vivian Dudley, Nanette Sanders-Cobb, Angela Paige
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New Bern Alumnae Donates to Coastal Women’s Shelter Chapter member Tina Nelson (right) is pictured with items donated by the chapter for use by victims and families impacted by domestic violence.
Chapter member Tina Nelson stands with donated items.
Coastal Women’s Shelter Director Speaks Executive Director Tova Hairston (left) spoke on February 10, 2018, to New Bern Alumnae about domestic violence and the various programs Coastal Women’s Shelter provides to victims and families  of domestic violence in Craven, Jones, and Pamlico Counties.  Volunteers and contributions are primary sources used to provide critical services.
Tova Hairston, Executive Director of Coastal Women's Shelter, speaks to New Bern Alumnae about domestic violence, services provided, and the need for contributions and volunteers.
Happy 100th Birthday Mae Belle Vaughn
Chapter Meetings ~ Second Saturday * Visiting Deltas Contact Us:  Please contact us in advance for the meeting location. Youth Initiatives * August Habitat for Humanity Voter Registration October Breast Cancer Awareness November Voter Transportation/Education December Christmas Parades Christmas Cheer Empty Stocking Fund-Salvation Army February Artist of the Month-February 1 7pm New Bern-Craven County Library March March for Sickle Cell Awareness-March 17 National Day of Service Sisterhood Month* April Rise Against Hunger-April 21 Craven County Relay for Life-April 28 May Habitat for Humanity Women’s Build-May 5 Student Achievement Day-May 6 4pm at Grover C. Fields Middle School Scholarship Awards Jones County Relay for Life-May 19 June “Longest Day” Alzheimer’s Event-June 21 George Street Senior Services Center Crimson and Cream Ball-June 23 New Bern Riverfront Convention Center *Not open to the public
Student Achievement Day New Bern  Alumnae held its annual recognition of the academic achievements of area middle and high school minority students.  Approximately 360  youth received awards.  Six area high school seniors received scholarships of $1,000 each, and graduating Jabberwock contestants received scholarships based upon their participation in the scholarship fundraiser.
Click on the program to view Student Achievement Day photos.
Lt. Colonel Townsend served in the Nurses Corps and retired after more than 35 years.
Lieutenant Colonel Evelyn Townsend Retires Lt. Colonel Townsend joined the US Army in 1982 and received her commission in 1992.  She served in the Nurses Corps. 
Programs
Please take a few moments to enjoy our publications bookcase and learn more about the regional and local activities of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.  Check  back frequently to discover more materials as they are added. 
Artist of the Month Darryl Andrew Ward
Darryl Andrew Ward was selected as the 2018 Artist of the Month.  This annual Black History Month program recognizes African American artists.  During the program, artists speak to the audience about their work, which remains on display at the library.  The event was co- sponosored by Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. and the New Bern-Craven County Public Library, Friends of the Library, and Twin Rivers Artists Association.
Top picture:  Chapter President Linda T. Sifontes with Darryl Andrew Ward. Bottom picture:  Darryl Andrew Ward and his parents, Darryl and Jennifer Ward.  Click on images to enlarge.
Play this video to learn more about the history of female African American veterans and New Bern Alumnae Chapter veterans. Compiled by Janette Fintchre
Coastal Women’s Shelter Director Speaks
Click on the program to view Student Achievement Day photos.
Lt. Colonel Townsend joined the US Army in 1982 and received her commission in 1992.  She served in the Nurses Corps.
Lieutenant Colonel Evelyn Townsend Retires
(l-r) Donna Crudup (Membership Services), Marsha W. Eastland, Linda T. Sifontes (President), Natalie Standifer (Vice President)
New Bern Alumnae 2018 Sisterhood Award Marsha W. Eastland
(l-r) Donna Crudup (Membership Services), Natalie Standifer (Vice President), and Linda T. Sifontes (President)
New Bern Alumnae 2018 Delta of the Year Natalie Standifer

© This site is the sole property of the New Bern Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. .  All rights reserved. 

Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.
Publications Bookcase
February 11, 2018 Mae Belle Vaughn 100th birthday celebration Artist Darryl Andrew Ward and his parents Artist of the Month Program 2018 Chapter President Linda T. Sifontes and Darryl Andrew Ward
Chapter/Community Happenings
Click on image to open publication
Click on images to enlarge and read captions
Presented to Willie M. Wiggins for 32 years of unwavering contributions to the chapter.  Pictured l-r: Donna Crudup, Willie Wiggins, Linda Sifontes (President), Natalie Standifer (Vice President).
Distinguished Violet Award Willie M. Wiggins
New Bern Alumnae Recognizes Chapter’s Veterans November 11, 2017 click on image to read caption
(l-r) Tina Cothran, Vivian Dudley, Nanette Sanders-Cobb, Angela Paige
click on images to enlarge
New Bern Alumnae Donates to Coastal Women’s Shelter Chapter member Tina Nelson (right) is pictured with items donated by the chapter for use by victims and families impacted by domestic violence.
Chapter member Tina Nelson stands with donated items.
Executive Director Tova Hairston (left) spoke on February 10, 2018, to New Bern Alumnae about domestic violence and the various programs Coastal Women’s Shelter provides to victims and families  of domestic violence in Craven, Jones, and Pamlico Counties.  Volunteers and contributions are primary sources used to provide critical services.
Tova Hairston, Executive Director of Coastal Women's Shelter, speaks to New Bern Alumnae about domestic violence, services provided, and the need for contributions and volunteers.
Happy 100th Birthday Mae Belle Vaughn
Chapter Meetings ~ Second Saturday * Visiting Deltas Contact Us:  Please contact us in advance for the meeting location. Youth Initiatives * August Habitat for Humanity Voter Registration October Breast Cancer Awareness November Voter Transportation/Education December Christmas Parades Christmas Cheer Empty Stocking Fund-Salvation Army February Artist of the Month-February 1 7pm New Bern-Craven County Library March March for Sickle Cell Awareness-March 17 National Day of Service Sisterhood Month* April Rise Against Hunger-April 21 Craven County Relay for Life-April 28 May Habitat for Humanity Women’s Build-May 5 Student Achievement Day-May 6 4pm at Grover C. Fields Middle School Scholarship Awards Jones County Relay for Life-May 19 June “Longest Day” Alzheimer’s Event-June 21 George Street Senior Services Center Crimson and Cream Ball-June 23 New Bern Riverfront Convention Center *Not open to the public
Calendar of Public Events 2017-2018
Student Achievement Day New Bern  Alumnae held its annual recognition of the academic achievements of area middle and high school minority students.  Approximately 360  youth received awards.  Six area high school seniors received scholarships of $1,000 each, and graduating Jabberwock contestants received scholarships based upon their participation in the scholarship fundraiser.