Delta Sigma Theta hosts SASSY program

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Participants in the LaGrange Alumnae Chapter, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., SASSY program at East Coweta High School were, from left, Herman Pate, Dawn Revere, Natalie Ashman and Dr. Marc Guy.

The members of the LaGrange Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., recently held their annual SASSY program at East Coweta High School. 

SASSY stands for Students Achieving Scholastically and Socially as Youth. 

Delta Sigma Theta is a public service organization dedicated to sisterhood, scholarship and service. The LaGrange Alumnae Chapter awards scholarships each year to a deserving high school senior in Coweta, Troup, and Chambers counties.

Leading the program were Herman Pate, who presented “The Leadership in You,” Dawn Revere, who presented “Building Your Resume and Volunteer Opportunities,” Natalie Ashman, who presented “You and The Law,” and Dr. Marc Guy, who presented “Social Media: The Do’s and Don’ts.”




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