"FWAC. Building Change
through Commitment to the 22"
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Saturday May 18, 2013- GBM
Benjamin Stoddert Middle School
2501 Olson Street, Temple Hills, MD
Time: 10:30AM (Delta's Only)
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Fort Washington Alumnae
Chapter (FWAC) began with an idea to form a chapter dedicated to the
Christian principles upon which the sorority was founded. An announcement
in a church bulletin was the next step in bringing this idea to fruition.
The group of Deltas who responded met monthly for eight months. On April
28, 1990, 24
Charter Members and Gwendolyn
E. Boyd, then Eastern Regional Director, chartered the Fort Washington
Our first sorority meeting was conducted by the then Regional Director,
Soror Gwendolyn E. Boyd at 4:00 p.m. on April 28, 1990, with the election
Since its inception, the sorors of FWAC have sponsored
numerous programs in support of Delta's mission. The members of FWAC
are dedicated to public service and live by the Christian principles
of the sorority's rich legacy. As a chapter of the Historic
Eastern Region, we provide services to Southern Prince George's
and Charles counties. FWAC currently consists of over 300 committed
sorors who collectively work together to enhance their service area.
Please visit the National
Headquarters site of Delta Sigma
Theta Sorority, Inc. to view our national initiatives.
The Fort Washington Alumnae Chapter strives vigorously to serve
Southern Prince George's County, Maryland, south of Central Avenue
and all communities in Charles County, in areas of education, political
awareness, socio-economic development, cultural and spiritual growth,
while continuing to enhance the leadership skills and talents of
its individual members.
The Fort Washington Chapter is widely recognized as a
dynamic innovative, progressive group of women that demonstrate commitment
to the community and to each other by providing caring, sensitive and