Sorority presents Ebony Achievers
Published 12:00 am Thursday, June 17, 2004
The Suffolk Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Inc. held the grand finale of its Ebony Achievers Program on May 22 in Temple Beth-El. Eight high school seniors were presented. Participants were chosen based on their performances in academics, athletics, music, the arts, and community service. The Ebony Achievers Program provides educational, cultural and enrichment activities including team building and networking meetings, youth summit, a tour of historically black colleges, etiquette lessons, scholarship opportunities and financial planning. Pictured are the Ebony Achievers and their escorts, seated, l-r: Ebony Achiever J’Na Mason; Lakeisha Copeland; Latrice Chapman Miss Ebony Achiever 2004; Ebony Achiever Shanae Moore, Ebony Achiever Kia Bryan; and Ebony Achiever Melissa Flood; standing, l-r: Bobby Cotton, brother and escort of J’Na Mason; Ebony Achiever Riley Evans, escorted by Lakeisha Copeland; Randolph Chapman and father of Latrice Chapman; Ebony Achiever Curtis Kearney and escort of Shanae Moore; Ebony Achiever Brandon Artis, escorted by his mother, Gail Artis (not pictured); Charles Bryan, father of Kia Bryan; and Willie Flood, father of Melissa Flood.