Once upon a time, there were five phenomenal Zeta women from Morgan College, Sorors Iradelle Bond Williams, Nellie A. Buchanan, Florence Purviance, Ethel Thompson, and Jeanette Johnson Moore (Laws), who understood the importance of continuing our promotion of Scholarship, Community Service, Sisterly Love, and Finer Womanhood beyond the college campus. Their efforts established, Alpha Zeta Chapter, the first graduate chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc. on November 16, 1923.
On November 3, 2018, the ladies of Alpha Zeta Chapter will celebrate 95 years of their vision and service in Baltimore- 1920’s style! We are so excited and invite you to partake in this monumental occasion with us.
- When: November 3, 2018 @ 7:00pm
- Where: Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor at Camden Yards
- Ticket: Tickets are required for each guest; information is below.
- Attire: This is a formal gala. Attire should be formal but 1920’s inspired.
- Parking/transportation: Attendees will receive complimentary parking at the hotel. For attendees that need transportation or prefer not to drive, an UBER and/or LYFT discount code will be provided closer to the event.
Beginning February 1, 2018, you can purchase tickets electronically (recommended) below, or via cash, check or money order with an Alpha Zeta member. Electronic payers will also receive an event ticket in addition to the PayPal confirmation. Your ticket includes your sips and bites as well as entertainment.
Tickets sales are as follows:
Would you like to become a part of the program or the souvenir journal? Sponsorship opportunities are endless! Check out our Sponsorship prospectus here.
Alpha Zeta Chapter established the Myrtle Tyler Faithful Fund (MTFF) Inc., 501(c)(3), in 1984 to honor Soror Myrtle Tyler faithful, one of the five founders of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc. to award scholarship grants to worthy students for the pursuit of higher education; to conduct community education programs which aid in the education and vocational improvement of individuals and raise community standards; to engage in charitable activities for the improvement in the life of the Greater Baltimore Community; to conduct appropriate research related to the purpose of the Fund; and to support the Zeta Center for Healthy and Active Aging which serves as a resource for seniors residing in the Park Heights Community.
During our 95th Anniversary Gala, we hope that you’ll shop our silent auction to support the MTFF Scholarship. All purchases are tax deductible.