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Alpha Sigma Alpha

Test on 11/10

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Where was ASA founded? Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia
When was ASA founded? November 15, 1901
Who are our five founders? Louise Cox Caper, Virginia Boyd Noell, Mary Williamson Hundley, Calva Watson Wootton, Juliette Hundley Gilliam
When was ASA recognized into 4 chapters? 1914
What were the 4 chapters? Alpha, Alpha Alpha, Alpha Beta, Alpha Gamma
When was the first convention? 1930
Who wrote the creed and what was her chapter? Wilma Wilson Sharp, Zeta Zeta chapter
What was Wilma Wilson Sharp also? President Emerita
Who became the first chairman of the National Panhellic Conference and in what month and year? Sidney Allen, November 1947
What happened in 1976? Special Olympics
What happened in 1990? S June Smith Center
Where is the S June Smith Center? Lancaster, PA
What are our 4 aims? Intellectual, Physical, Social, Spiritual
What are our primary colors, their exemplar and meaning? Crimson-St. Valentine, loyalty Pearl White-Christ, fellowship
What are our secondary colors and their exemplar? Palm Green-Hermes Gold-King Asa
What are our 3 celebrations and when are they? Founders Day- November 15, St. Valentine's Day-February 14, Hermes Day-May 25
What is Hermes Day? Marks the beginning of the ASA year
When are chapter elections held? And when must they be completed by? November and December 10
7 Executive Board Positions (E-Board) President, VP, VP of Programming and Ritual, VP of Alumnae and Heritage, VP of Membership Education, Secretary, Treasurer
ASA Support Team VP of Membership Education, VP of Alumnae and Heritage, VP of Programming and Ritual, Philanthropy Chairman, Member Advisor, Chapter Advisor
How many sororities are represented at NPC? 26
How many total hours are required for community service? 50 or 20
Who is our national president? Nora Ten Broek
What is the education program between national conferences? Emma Coleman Frost Leadership Development Institute
Epsilon Theta founding date? October 23, 1987
What are the chapters called that ASA is broken down into geographically? Districts
Created by: Cassy Augustine Cassy Augustine on 2013-11-05



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