In oh-so pretty pink and oh-so gorgeous green, 22 members from Mu Epsilon Omega and Lambda Sigma (UC Irvine) chapters sang, chanted, strolled, and marched in the Annual Orange County Black History Parade, held on Saturday, February 4, 2017, in downtown Anaheim. It was a wonderful day to celebrate African American culture and all of its contributions to society. Through strong representation, MEO was to educate all those in attendance that Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated is comprised of beautiful, dynamic, successful, and influential ladies, who provide service to all mankind.
- Mu Epsilon Omega Chapter Makes a Generous Donation to the Alzheimer’s Association and Celebrates the Longest Day in a Big Way
- Mu Epsilon Omega Chapter Joins the Fight Against Alzheimer’s Disease
- ASCEND Scholars Visit UCI and Learn Valuable Tools to Become College Ready
- AKA Day at the Capitol
- Diamond, Golden and Silver Members Showered With Love
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