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Registration is required for Visiting Sorors
This event will take place on Zoom and the UTO Facebook page. Stay tuned for details.
Greetings Fort Washington Community and surrounding areas,
The UTO Virtual Walking Group is back and ready to go! Join us on Saturday, June 5th, from 10am to 11am. You may join the zoom room as early as 9:45am to begin a pre walk self stretch.
Feel free to walk around your neighborhood with friends, on your treadmill, or around your homes. We just want you to get moving. Here are a few details:
Date: Saturday, 6/5/2021
Time: 10am to 11am (We will begin promptly at 10am.)
Location: Zoom (You will receive the log in credentials prior to the event.)
Bring: water and a big smile
Wear: Workout clothing and comfortable shoes
*Members of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., Please wear paraphernalia.*
This event will be recorded on Zoom and streamed on the chapter‘s FaceBook Account. By joining the event, you are giving us agreement to use your likeness in future promotion materials, social media posts, etc. Feel free to adjust your cameras accordingly.
Thank you and we will see you there!
-Women‘s Healthcare and Wellness Committee
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Register for the webinar to receive Zoom link at: https://tinyurl.com/AKAMDCONNECTION
Redistricting will determine how our local school board, city council, county council, state legislative and congressional districts are drawn.
Minority residents have often had little say in the creation of redistricting plans approved by state legislatures. Minority communities were divided up, fractured and placed into many different districts (known as “cracking or unnecessarily concentrated in a small number of districts, which prevents fair representation across a greater number of districts (known as “packing”). Since the 80s and 90s, progress has been made to give minorities a voice and fair representation by the Voting Rights Act ,and more engagement of minority communities in the redistricting process.
Join this webinar to learn what redistricting is all about so YOU CAN AFFECT FAIR REPRESENTATION FOR YOUR COMMUNITY.
Silver Reflections...Celebrating 25 years of Upsilon Tau Omega Excellence. Cost includes 10 bingo cards.
TBD once approval received
collection of shoes/eyeglasses in a drive-by setting
"Upsilon Tau Omega: One Voice, One Vision, One Direction”
Mailing Address: P.O. box 44974, Fort Washington, MD 20749
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