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"Classy, But Oh So Sassy" Chi Pi Zeta Chapter

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
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2017 Founders Day
2017 MLK Parade
2016 Regional Conference
2016 Stridez in Pink 5K
2016 Adopt A School
2015 Regional Conference
2015 Light the Night Walk
2015 Chapter Anniversary
2015 Founder's Day
2014 Relay For Life
2014 Founders Day
2014 Coat Drive
2013 2014 Blue Camp
2013 Holiday Celebration
2013 Wreath Laying
2013 Gift Wrapping
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2013 Regional Conference
2013 Light The Night Walk
2013 Casa Kiwanis 5K
2013 Elder Care
2013 Relay For Life
2013 Social Action
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2013 Highsmith Foundation
2013 Health Fair
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2013 Read Across America
2013 State Conference
2013 MLK Parade
2013 Founders Day
2012 Holiday Celebration
2012 New Members
2012 Regional Conference
2012 Casa Kiwanis 5K
2012 Literary Festival
2012 Light The Night Walk
2012 Foster Parent Night
2012 Retreat
2012 Boule
2012 MLK Parade
2011 Literary Festival
2011 Christmas
2011 5K Run
2011 Thanksgiving Service
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Each January, Chi Pi Zeta Chapter holds a coat drive in honor of our "five pearls" and our founding principle of service.  All coats are donated to various organizations in the community.  In January 2014, two organizations benefited from the chapter's efforts; The Harmony House in Richmond Hill, GA and The Liberty County, Department
of Family and Children Services - Foster Care Program.
Chapter members are all smiles as they make the donation to the Harmony House.
The Harmony House is an assisted living facility that serves the elderly and adults with special needs. 
 In addition to the coat donation, Chi Pi Zeta members regularly visit residents, and provide each with birthday cards and gifts.
Providing for the basic needs of foster children.
Chapter members delivering coats for children in foster care at Liberty County DFCS.
Chapter members pictured with Liberty County DFCS Director.