Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. a community-conscious, action-oriented historically African American collegiate organization celebrated their anniversary on Saturday, January 23 on the campus of Grambling State University.
The national organization celebrated its 96th year anniversary on Saturday, January 16, but for the ladies in the North Central Louisiana area, the anniversary celebration was held at a later date.
The event was held in the Favrot Student Union Black and Gold Room which was decorated in royal blue, white, and silver Christmas themed ornaments.
The Consortium, co-founded in 1986 by Hazel Sellers, began as a means for the chapters in the north central region to rejoice and fellowship in unity. Attending their celebration were Dr. Willie D. Larkin, Grambling State University president, and Edward R. Jones, mayor of Grambling
Serving as the guest of honor, Mary Breaux-Wright, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. 44th International Grand president.
The members of Zeta Phi Beta extended a word of thanks to the Grambling and Ruston communities for their continued support of their organization and look forward to many events to come.