PMAC and Farwest Region Events

March of Dimes

- sponsored by the Farwest Region

We are teaming up this year as a region to support moms and babies in each of our communities by partnering with March of Dimes March for Babies. Did you know that the March of Dimes has been around for over 80 years and that their 5th president is Stacey Stewart who is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.?

Fighting birth defects, premature birth and infant loss is important to all of us. Meeting a baby for the first time should be a wonderful experience for every parent. But, unfortunately, not all pregnancies go as planned. And not all babies get to go home on time or at all. It’s a heartbreaking reality that too many families must endure. Being born prematurely also presents a tremendous burden to businesses. The more than 380,000 babies born too soon cost companies in the United States more than $26 billion every year. By raising money for March for Babies, we support the March of Dimes work to reduce the premature birth rate through research and programs that help give every baby a fighting chance.

We are thrilled to share that Soror Barbara Bagneris, has accepted the important role of the 2019 Orange County March for Babies Co-Chair for the March of Dimes. As you know, our partnership and support of the March of Dimes makes a tangible difference for all babies and their families.

For 80 years, March of Dimes has helped millions of babies survive and thrive. Now we’re building on that legacy to level the playing field for all moms and babies, no matter their age, socio-economic background or demographics. We support moms throughout their pregnancy, even when everything doesn’t go according to plan. We advocate for policies that prioritize their health. We support radical improvements to the care they receive. And we pioneer research to find solutions to the biggest health threats to moms and babies.

Chapter Meeting

SATURDAY, april 13, 2019

Monthly Chapter Meeting

Along with the members of the Phoenix Metropolitan Alumnae Chapter, we invite sorors visiting from out of state, or who have recently relocated to the area to visit with us each month. We look forward to receiving you!

Note: This event is closed to the general public.

Book Club

- sponsored by the Arts & Letters Committee

Friday, april 26, 2019


4th Annual Hands On
STEM Fair 2019

- sponsored by Future STARS, On Semiconductor and the City of Phoenix

Saturday, April 27, 2019
10 am - 2:00 pm

The 4th Annual Hands On STEM Fair is an event of hands on activities that is open to all the community.
The first 150 students to arrive at the event will get a FREE T-shirt.
Activities will be: Bird Houses, Solar Cars, Scribble Bot and many more

Future Stars was created to help students reach their full potential in academics and athletics. The organization supports students with mentoring, financial awareness, training, and school-related resources that are often stumbling block for school advancement.The organization primarily serves underprivileged students who have been identified by school officials as inner city and those students who have a desire to learn computer technology and/or a desire to play intercollegiate sports.Qualifying students will receive an Educational/Individual Life Plan (EILP) that will be specifically created to meet their needs.  A mentor will work with the student on a regular basis to ensure that realistic goals are set and met within the scheduled time frame. Ultimately, each student will achieve visible improve academically and/or athletically up to and beyond college enrollment.  This program differs from others because the dedicated staff members who work with the students use the strengths-based model of encouragement and consistency.

Chapter Family BBQ

SUNDAY, MAY 19, 2019

Family BBQ

Phoenix Metropolitan Alumnae Chapter, Family BBQ.

Note: This event is closed to the general public.

Chapter Retreat

friday, august 2, 2019 – 

Sunday, august 4, 2019

Chapter Retreat

Phoenix Metropolitan Alumnae Chapter Retreat.

Note: This event is closed to the general public.

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