CHCAA DST logoChapel Hill-Carrboro Area Alumnae Chapter

Chartered 1979
There was a desire and a sincere need to continue the Founder’s legacy of sisterhood, scholarship, and service evolved into the formation of a new Chapter in the Chapel Hill-Carrboro area. The Chapel Hill-Carrboro Area Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. was chartered on March 18, 1979 by twenty-two alumnae members living in the Orange County Area: Alice P. Battle, Phyllis Beane, Irma G. Best, Pearl M. Caldwell, Dorothy M. Carey, Demetria Chavis, Martha Flowers, Deborah Hall, Ethel Jean Jackson, Rosemary Jackson, Roslyn B. Moore, Joyce D. O’ Rourke, Winona T. Peace, Sandra M. Renwick, Eleanor Joyce Roland, Erma Jean Smith, Carolyn Stroman, Mildred Trent, Esther Vassar, Sheila M. White, Elizabeth Whitted, and Betty Paul Woods. Since then ; members of CHCAA has continued with a spirit of excellence and tireless dedication to ensuring that the community is provided with programs and projects that encompasses the Sorority’s Five Point Thrust.Since March 18, 1979, our members have taken pride in serving the diverse communities in Orange and Chatham counties. Over the years CHCAA has worked diligently to enhance the lives of local citizens by:
-Offering parenting workshops for pregnant and parenting teens
-Educating the community on socio-political issues which disproportionately affect minorities
-Empowering adolescent girls through self-enrichment activities
-Delivering holiday baskets to needy families
-Awarding merit and need-based academic scholarships to high school seniors

The realization of CHCAA’s public service goals is made possible by our active and dedicated members. As we continue to meet the needs of our community, we must remain committed to our sorority’s true purpose – SERVICE.


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