North Carolina Central University Raleigh/Wake Chapter members served a meal at the Salvation Army Judy D. Zelnak Center of Hope on December 17, 2018. Seventy-five residents, which consisted of mothers and their children, enjoyed a meal of turkey, dressing, gravy, cranberry sauce, green beans, yam casserole, mac & cheese, and rolls with butter. Desserts included ice cream, cookies, and cupcakes. Alumni who served the meal included Mary Butler and Missy Welch (front row stooping), Leonard King, Barbara Watson, Sandra Richardson, Linda Bailey, Maxine Wall, Kristi Tally, and Ezell Brown (back row).
Samuel E. Cooper, National President of the North Carolina Central University Alumni Association, presented the National Volunteer of the Year Award to Clifton Lavenhouse at the 8th Annual Awards Dinner. The theme of the event was “Celebrating and Honoring Alumni Achievement” and was held at the NCCU Dining Hall Banquet Room on Saturday evening, July 14, 2018 following the Annual Meeting. Lavenhouse serves as President of the North Carolina Central University Alumni Association Raleigh/Wake Chapter.
The Alumni Council and Annual Meeting of the North Carolina Central University Alumni Association metin the Criminal Justice Building Auditorium on Saturday, July 14, 2018 on the campus of North Carolina Central University. Samuel E. Cooper National President presided. Members of the Raleigh/Wake Chapter who attended are pictured L-R are: Bernard Torain, Harold Jeffreys, Melva Scott, Linda Bailey, Hazel Sanders, Clifton Lavenhouse, Mona Parks, and Hadiya Swann.
The North Carolina Central University Raleigh/Wake Chapter presented Scholarships to three local students on Thursday, May 24, 2018 at the annual Scholarship Program which was held at the Chavis Community Center. Martha Kearney, Chairman of the Scholarship Committee, welcomed the guests and Reverend Paul Anderson, a North Carolina Central University Alumnus rendered prayer. LaMisa McCoy Foxx, Interim Assistant Vice Chancellor for Alumni Relations and Denise Raynor, Alumni Programs Coordinator for the Office of Alumni Relations, Representatives from the University, were introduced by Brenda Asbury and Vernice Whyms. Dr. Nicole Gibbs, Director of Undergraduate Admissions, spoke to the scholarship recipients about college life. She stated that they should remember that eagles soar, th
The Alexander, Yelverton, and Bailey Families participated in the Susan G. Komen Walk for the Cure. Pictured Standing L-R: Marvin Alexander, Taunya Alexander, Pearley Yelverton, Linda Bailey, and George Bailey. Front Row are Naomi, Thomas, and William Alexander. Linda Bailey served as coordinator for the NCCU Alumni Association, Raleigh/Wake Chapter members, families, and friends. Members of the North Carolina Central University Alumni Association, Raleigh/Wake Chapter and Friends supported the Susan G. Komen Walk for the Cure at Frontier Park – Research Triangle Park, NC on May 5, 2018. Pictured L-R are: Sandra Richardson, Pearley Yelverton,Markeetia Lamb, Mary Butler, Lynn Bitting, and Jackie Lee.
The Office of Admissions hosted prospective students and guest during Eagle Preview to expose them to academic offerings and co-curricular opportunities. The event was held on the campus of North Carolina Central University, Durham, North Carolina on Saturday April 14, 2018. At Eagle Preview, students received an overview of what University life is like and had a chance to speak one-on-one with future professors and classmates. North Carolina Central University Alumni Association, Raleigh/Wake Chapter members who participated were L-R: Renee Manneh, Brenda Asbury, Hiaddiya Swan, Clifton Lavenhouse, President; Raleigh/Wake Chapter, Mary Butler, and Mona Parks.
North Carolina Central University - Raleigh/Wake Chapter members attended the Alumni Council Meeting on Saturday, February 4, 2018. Pictured L-R: Angela Smith, Financial Secretary; Linda Bailey, Hadiya Swann, Harold Jeffreys, Cliff Lavenhouse, Chapter President; Mega Frazier-George, National Alumni Scholar; and Mona Parks. Mega Frazier-George, a senior at North Carolina Central University is a Raleigh native and a graduate of Southeast Raleigh High School.
North Carolina Central University, Raleigh/Wake Chapter members sponsored a dinner meal at the Judy Zelnak Center of Hope - Salvation Army located on Capital Boulevard in Raleigh, North Carolina. The event took place on Wednesday, December 20th, 2017. Eighty-one homeless women and their children were served the traditional turkey with all the trimmings and dessert. K&W Cafeteria on Woodburn Road prepared the meal and donated fifty percent of the cost. Their partnership with the chapter enhances our ability to reach the underserved in our community. Chapter volunteers who participated are pictured L-R: Maxine Butler-Wall, Dixie Newsome, Leonard King, Sandra Butler-Richardson, Kristi Talley, Marilyn Lee, and Mary Butler.
This year's winners collectively raised more than $40,000.00 for the National Alumni Scholarship Fund. These Eagles and their chapters should be applauded for their hard work and commitment raising money for deserving students at NCCU. The money will be used to award scholarships to NCCU students. Click here for the full article!
North Carolina Central University, Raleigh/Wake Chapter officers were sworn in by Mr. Samuel Cooper on Thursday, August 22, 2017 at the monthly meeting. Pictured L-R: Samuel Cooper, President, National NCCU Alumni Association; Angela Smith, Financial Secretary; Clifton Lavenhouse, President; V. LaVerne Lane, Secretary; and Richard Gilbert, Jr. Treasurer. Kimberly Moore will serve as Vice President.