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Message from the National President Greetings Sorors, Cyou are just as excited as I am to honor our Foundersan you believe we’re less than a year away from thestart of our Centennial Celebration festivities? I hope and celebrate the accomplishments of our sisterhood over the last century. In this issue of the DELTA Journal, you will read about some of our Sorority’s latest achievements. We’ll refl ect on our re- Cynthia M. A. Butler-McIntyre gional conferences. You’ll have the chance to experience the Hortense Golden Canady International Women’s Conference. If you were lucky enough to attend, then you’ll be able to relive the enlightening sessions we attended. You’ll want to read about Delta Days in the Nation’s Capi- tal. As usual, sorors left feeling informed and empowered. During Delta Days, we visited Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s National Memorial. The executive architect for the Dr. King National Memorial Foundation joined us, despite it being Super Bowl Sunday. He shared fascinating information with us about the making of the monument. You’ll read what we learned on page 19. Not many sorors are aware the fi nal resting place of Founder Marguerite Young Alexander was unmarked. Find out how sorors united to pay tribute to our Founder in an everlasting way. Also as you peruse the pages of the DELTA Journal, pause to meet our newest group of leaders, the sorors of Leadership DELTA. I could go on and on about all of the great stories in this Journal, but I don’t want to give it all away. Please turn the page and enjoy! I look forward to seeing you soon. With a Servant’s Heart, Cynthia M. A. Butler-McIntyre NATIONAL PRESIDENT 3 ▲ JOURNAL Summer 2012


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