Americus, Georgia (March 11, 2017) – In recognition of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority’s “Coming Home to Zeta” Reclamation and Rededication Month, the Omicron Alpha Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. reclaimed three (3) sorors who “let their footsteps lead them back to Zeta” and held its rededication ceremony.
Soror Alecia Pinckney said, “I reclaimed because I returned back
to school to Georgia Southwestern State University to obtain a Master’s
Degree in Computer Science. I missed the comradery of my sorors. Coming
back feels awesome!”
Soror Ke’Andrea Towns said, “Another soror approached me on
returning to Zeta. I missed the social interactions, service, bonding,
and my sorors. My sorors helped me to get through several life
experiences. I was nervous at first, and then excited to get back and
Soror Charlie Lemmons said,
“Previously, I devoted all of my time to caring for my family, so I was
unable to participate in many community activities. However, my sorors
always stayed in touch with me. After two sorors contacted me on
reclaiming, I realized that I do not have to go through life’s
circumstances alone. I know that I can depend on my sorors for support.
It feels great to return to Zeta!”