Celebrating 75 Years of Service
Celebrating 75 Years of Service

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IdaWright5.10.19Kenneth-Grant-Inzpiratio

President's Welcome

 

On behalf of the Glamorous Ladies of the Gamma Mu Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated®, I thank and welcome you for taking the time to visit our website.

The women of Gamma Mu Omega are extremely proud of our chapter and the support that we have received from the Daytona Beach community for nearly 80 years. Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated is established on the premise of service, and we are exceptionally proud that the commitment of our local chapter to scholarship, academics, advocacy and community service has improved the lives of members of our society.  

Gamma Mu Omega, chartered on December 13, 1941, is the first graduate chapter among African-American Greek-lettered organizations established in Volusia County.  Our charter members: Mildred Peterson, Joyce Engram, Phannye Huger, Angie Douglas, Marion Lancaster and Nadine Ferrell, were pioneers in providing service to our community. We are extremely grateful for the foresight and leadership of our charter members who embraced the spirit of our great sisterhood's motto of "Service to All Mankind."

GMO is excited to implement locally our sorority's 2018-2022 International Program -- “Exemplifying Excellence Through Sustainable Service” -- for the betterment of the communities we serve.  Our International Program includes five program targets that are designed to advance the mission of Alpha Kappa Alpha with excellence and underscore our commitment to sustainable service. The targets include: support of Historically Black Colleges & Universities; women's health and wellness; how to build an economic legacy; arts and culture; and global service.  

With God’s blessing, and our ongoing commitment to our founding and chartering members' vision, GMO will continue “A Legacy Destined for Greatness through Exemplifying Excellence through Sustainable Service.”  

Sincerely,

Ida Wright, President 

Gamma Mu Omega Chapter 

GMO Set to Launch College Admissions Program for Daytona Beach Area High School Students 

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2020 Debutante Cotillion Embracing Our Future: Cultivating Excellence 

2020 Virtual Debutante Cotillion
2020 Virtual Debutante Cotillion

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Miss Taylor Culver
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Gamma Mu Omega would like to thank everyone who supported our 2020 Virtual Debutante Cotillion Program -- Embracing Our Future: Cultivating Excellence. 

Presented by A WISH, Incorporated in partnership with Gamma Mu Omega, the virtual presentation was hosted as a watch party event on our Facebook and YouTube pages on December 30. 

During the virtual affair, Miss Taylor Culver was announced as Miss Debutante 2020. Miss Amariah Hines was awarded the program's scholarship for a graduating senior and was also the recipient of the Chairman's Award for leadership. 

We would like to congratulate all of our debutantes and their families for their support, enthusiasm and perseverance. 

To view our 2020 Virtual Debutante Cotillion presentation, click here.  The souvenir program is available here.

GMO will host its virtual #CAP℠ Kickoff event on September 25, 2021 from 10 am to 12 pm. The free program will be the first in a monthly series of workshops hosted by GMO for Daytona Beach area high school juniors and seniors interested in learning more about the College Admissions Process. Workshop topics will cover ACT/SAT Prep, college application tips and essay writing, financial literacy and more. In addition, the program will feature motivational speakers and campus tour opportunities. For more details or to download an application, click here.  

GMO Encourages Daytona Beach Residents 

to Wear A Mask for Community Health

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In recognition of the 2021 Martin Luther King Day of Service, GMO launched its "Wear A Mask" campaign with the message, “Wear A Mask for Community Health." The campaign stressed the importance of wearing a mask to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19. A billboard featuring this message was located at International Speedway Boulevard and Fentress Boulevard in Daytona Beach from January 18-24.

Gamma Mu Omega's Commitment to Service 

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Summer Reading Program - June through July 2021

This reading program for students in grades K-5 awarded first, second and third place prizes to participants who read the most books. The program saw the collection of more than 2,000 books including those spotlighting the Harlem Renaissance and The Arts.

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EntrepreneuHERship 101 - May 2021

This virtual event featured women entrepreneurs who shared their experiences in establishing their own businesses. 

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Soles4Souls Donation - December 2020

As part of our Global Impact initiative, and with the help of local partners, GMO shipped 108 pounds (≈128 pairs) of new and slightly used shoes for women, men, and children to Soles4Souls.

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God's Bathhouse of Volusia - November 2020

In recognition of November being National Family Caregivers Month -- and as part of our Operation AKA Assist initiative -- GMO made a financial contribution to God's Bathhouse of Volusia County. Founded by Elgia Glass, the non-profit's mission is to provide a safe, secure environment for needy individuals to maintain good hygiene, as well as assistance with basic clothing needs.

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