Seated l to r: Kenneth Rivera, Waste Pro USA; NLA Commissioner Rich Moyle, Mayor Jack Brady, Commissioner Lorenzo Wood and Vice Mayor, David Hilton.
Chi Psi Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated left “no holds barred” for the community Saturday, March 19, 2016 at the Tamarac Library, in showcasing “1908 Acts of Green”, under the auspices of Target IV: Environmental Ownership. The day was set aside by Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated International Program Committee for chapters to show their communities the many “Acts of Green” by the sorority.
Chi Psi Omega partnered with Waste Pro USA for this event. Waste Pro USA proudly sponsors the chapter’s “Acts of Green” initiatives. Kenneth Rivera, Government Affairs Manager for the company, rolled out to the community through several mini-presentations its acts of being clean and green now and its readiness for the future. The mini-presentations were engaging, thought-provoking, paradigm shifting, showed how our partnership worked well with this event and could work cohesively with our future acts of green.
Audience showed their preparedness with questions and had a productive learning day. A highlight of the program was Ashley Greene 2nd Vice- President presenting the chapter’s plaque to partner Kenneth Rivera, Waste Pro USA.
ASCEND students, the International President’s signature program and the chapter’s youth group, provided tickets for prizes and organized registration; including signing in the participants. More importantly, they conducted evaluations for feedback. Light, heart-healthy and nutritious refreshments were served.
Special guests included Mayor Jack Brady, Vice Mayor David G. Hilton, Commissioners Rich Moyle and Lorenzo Wood of the city of North Lauderdale.
Chapter members participating included Ashley Greene, 2nd Vice-President; Kassandra L. Burton, Target IV: Environmental Ownership Chairman; Miriam Cato, Co-chairman; Dr. Barbara J. Thomas, Coordinator; Crystal Brumfield, Sherri Cooper, Takesha McCray, Josetta Patterson, Joyce Toran, Cheryl Waide, Candace Wardlaw and Malikh Williams. ASCEND students included Kennedy Butter, Kieana Chance, Kamea Humes and Caroline St. Louis.