Date: Saturday, October 16, 2021 Location: Spring Forest Park 4203 Spring Forest Road, Raleigh, NC 28616 (East of Capital Blvd, near fire station, and Millbrook High School) Time: 3:00pm-6:00pm RSVP IS NOW CLOSED. See you at the picnic! Special Note: For you own person safety and the safety of others, you must be vaccinated to attend this event.
Members of Raleigh-Wake NCCU Alumni Association participated in the Take Flight and SOAR Induction Pinning Ceremony held on Sunday, August 15, 2021 in the McDougald-McLendon Arena. Click the image above to view our Gallery of pictures! The Pinning Ceremony is designed to help new Eagles (Freshmen) make a smooth transition to life at NCCU. The alumni thoroughly enjoyed welcoming the newest Eagles into the nest.
The Raleigh-Wake Chapter of NCCUAA was well represented at the Legislative Reception hosted by NCCU Chancellor Johnson O. Akinleye at the North Carolina Museum of History. In attendance were, Anthony Bonapart, President of Raleigh-Wake, Secretary Sara Parks and Parliamentarian Hazel Sanders. The reception was attended by politicians, members of the NCCU staff and various members of the community.
The North Carolina Central University Alumni Association Council Meeting was held Saturday, February 1, 2020. Samuel E. Cooper, National President, presided over the meeting, which was held in the Criminal Justice Building on the campus of North Carolina Central University. Agenda items included “The State of the University” given by Chancellor Johnson O. Akinleye. Pictured L-R are: Linda Bailey, Region IV Vice-President Mona Parks, Chancellor Johnson O. Akinleye, and Hazel Sanders. Bailey, Parks, and Sanders represented the Raleigh/Wake Chapter.
“Call of Duty – Eagle Edition Obstacle Course for the American Cancer Society” was held on Friday, April 26, 2019 at the North Carolina Central University Outdoor Recreation Complex in Durham, North Carolina. The event was sponsored by the American Cancer Society, the NCCU Student Health Center, and NCCU Veteran Affairs in recognition of cancer survivors and Military Appreciation Month. Alumni volunteers served food to student participants and assisted with various other duties during the event. President Clif Lavenhouse and Linda Bailey represented the NCCU Alumni Association, Raleigh/Wake Chapter as volunteers.
North Carolina Central University Eagle Preview (Open House) was held Saturday, March 30, 2019, in the Walker Physical Education Complex. Raleigh/ Wake Chapter President Clif Lavenhouse (far right)along with Alumni from Durham, Orange, and Raleigh/Wake Chapters greeted and welcomed potential students, parents, counselors, and school groups to the campus. Visitors were also welcomed by University staff, toured the campus, and enjoyed lunch in the Dining Hall.
North Carolina Central University Alumni Association, Raleigh/Wake Chapter presented scholarships to seven Wake County students on Thursday, May 23, 2019 at Chavis Community Center in Raleigh, NC. The program began with a prayer by Reverend Paul Anderson, Pastor at The Fountain of Raleigh and NCCU Alumnus. Ms. LaMisa Foxx, Assistant Vice-Chancellor for Alumni Relations, brought greetings from the Chancellor; Ms. Marquesha Johnson, Associate Director Undergraduate Admissions, challenged students to make college their experience, join clubs, and build relationships; and Denise Raynor, Coordinator of Alumni Programs, advised the future Eagles to avail themselves to all opportunities at the University, and welcomed them to campus. Nia Gray, a 2018 scholarship recipient brought reflections f
Saturday, May 4, 2019 members of the North Carolina Central University Alumni Association, Raleigh/Wake Chapter and Friends participated in the 2019 Komen Triangle Race for the Cure. Funds raised from the event, which was held at the Research Triangle Park, are used for research to discover new treatments and technologies to improve outcomes for all patients; address gaps in access to and utilization of affordable quality of care; support survivors, care givers and those living with metastatic breast cancer; advocate for more research funding and protection for patients; and empower patients and the public to take charge of their breast health. The Alumni team “Pearley’s Pearls” is named for Pearley Long Yelverton, a cancer survivor for 43 years. Pearley was the 2019 recipient of the