On October 24th – 25th, the Gamma Mu Omega graduate chapter for Daytona Beach, and Gamma Tau, the undergraduate chapter at Bethune-Cookman University, approximately 250 sorority members, representing 15 Florida and South Georgia chapters, attended the annual Bethune-Cookman conference. “It was a pleasure to host our sisters here in Daytona Beach at Bethune-Cookman University,” said Tracia Culver, president of Gamma Mu Omega Chapter. “By all accounts they truly enjoyed themselves and the hospitality of our local chapter.
As part the One Million Backpacks initiative, which has the goal of donating and distributing one million backpacks and related school supplies over a four-year period, conference attendees donated a total of 150 backpacks filled with school supplies to be dispersed among three Volusia County schools. Local schools that received the backpacks were Palm Terrace Elementary, Daytona Beach; Edith Starke Elementary, DeLand; and Ortona Elementary, Daytona Beach. It’s Not Too Late Scholarship Board members would like to recognize Tracia Culver for her extensive work in the community and in the educational field.