WELCOME BACK TO
Reclamation and Retention is the core of what the St. Louis Metropolitan Alumnae Chapter was chartered to achieve. Our mantra is, "Come Home to Delta and Bring Your Sister with You", and we do not take this charge lightly. As we grow in size we are continuing to find ways to keep giving our sorors the personal touch of sisterhood.
Our First Vice President, Dr. Camesha Carter, along with our Reclamation and Retention Chair, Sybil Smith, are committed to ensuring you know from the first step in our chapter meetings and our events that SLMAC is your next home. Below is information on what you will need to attend our chapter meeting for the first time. We strongly encourage you to complete the below form prior attending a meeting so that we can ensure you are taken care of during your first visit.
When Are Chapter Meetings?
Chapter meetings are the first Saturday of each month, with the exception of holiday weekends in which chapter meetings are moved to the 2nd Saturday of the month. Meetings begin promptly at 1:00 p.m.
Please arrive early to sign-in and find seating. Arriving early also provides you an opportunity to mingle with our chapter sorors. Often times there are intimate events such as book clubs and hospitality tables you can enjoy prior to the start of the meeting. We encourage you to fellowship with us!
Where Are Chapter Meetings?
Chapter meetings are held at Hazelwood Central High School in the rear part of the building. Please follow the St. Louis Metropolitan Event signs to guide you through the parking lot.
Hazelwood Central Address:
15875 New Halls Ferry Road,
Florissant, MO 63031
What Is Needed to Attend Chapter Meeting?
For first-time visitors we ask that you provide your membership card or arrive with a current member of the chapter who can confirm your membership in Delta Sigma Theta.
Chapter Meeting is Business Attire. We ask that you please dress accordingly (no leggings, denim, khakis, tennis shoes etc.) If you have any questions regarding attire, please feel free to reach out to our First Vice President who can provide guidance.