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Alpha Sigma Alpha's Interactive History

Alpha Sigma Alpha’s
Interactive History

Tag: Zeta ZetaX

Zeta Zeta installed

Zeta Zeta Chapter, Central Missouri State College (now University of Central Missouri) was installed on April 4....
1919
Apr
04

Wilma Wilson initiated

Among the founding members of Zeta Zeta Chapter was Wilma Wilson, who would later become National President and President Emerita Wilma Wilson Sharp....
1919
Apr
04

Wilma Wilson Sharp elected

The convention body elected Wilma Wilson Sharp as national president. Mrs. Sharp, a charter member of Zeta Zeta Chapter, went on to serve 17 years as national president, the longest in the history of Alpha Sigma Alpha to date....
1930
Jul
03

Minnesota convention

National convention was held in Pequot, MN. Highlights: A National Memorial Service ritual ceremony that was written by Wilma Wilson Sharp was adopted....
1936
August 17-21

First recipient of Wilma Wilson Sharp Award

Mary Turner Gallagher, XX, was presented with the first Wilma Wilson Sharp Award....
1943

Mrs. Sharp arrives in Richmond

National President Wilma Wilson Sharp, ZZ (center), is greeted by Ella Pilkinton Adams, A (left), president of the Richmond Alumnae Chapter and Jean Raup Grady, BE (right), national registrar, at Byrd Airport in Richmond, Virginia. Mrs...
1951
Nov
27

NPC celebrates Golden Anniversary

National Panhellenic Conference celebrates its 50th Golden Anniversary. The celebration conference was held in Pasadena, CA. President Emerita Wilma Wilson Sharp, ZZ, was the official delegate who attended alongside National President ...
1953
November 3-7

Pittsburgh National Convention

National convention was held in Pittsburgh. Highlights: In her opening speech, National President MaryAnn Sidehamer Linton, ΓΗ, emphasized the convention theme, “As I Live, I Affect,” when she spoke of the losses, the growth, the...
1974
June 18-22

Betty Wallick elected national president

Betty Urban Wallick, ZZ, was elected as national president, and she served until 1980....
1976
Jun
30

First copy of Sorority history published

The Years Behind Us: A History Supplement was published. Historian and Editor Hiwana Cupp Crompton, BE, presented and dedicated the history book to President Emerita Wilma Wilson Sharp, ZZ, at the Diamond Jubilee Convention....
1976
Jul
01