ANNUAL CHAPTER EVENTS

ANNUAL ELEGANCE IN

BLACK & WHITE GALA

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20, 2019

The Richmond Chapter of the Continental Societies honored Virginia Union University at its annual “Elegance in Black and White” dinner-dance on last Friday that drew more than 250 people.

The university was recognized for its new “VUU is RVA” program that awarded full four-year scholarships to 50 ninth-graders at Richmond high schools. The awards are valued at $108,000 per student, VUU has said.

The award presentation to VUU President Hakim J. Lucas was among the highlights of the Continental’s annual affair that raises money for the chapter’s educational programs.

Corey Stuckey, a scholar-athlete and band musician at George Wythe High School, was the keynote speaker, while Richmond Mayor Levar M. Stoney and 7th District Congresswoman Abigail Spanberger brought greetings.

The Richmond chapter, led by President Nkechi George-Winkler, was chartered in 1976 and focuses on serving schoolchildren. The chapter provides new winter coats to students in need, mentors and tutors students at various schools and promotes environmental education, among its activities.

“We’re involved in so many programs,” said Beverly Davis, chair of the chapter’s Ways and Means Committee, which staged the holiday affair.

MEMBERSHIP MATTERS

Founder’s Day

 Worship Service

at 

Garland Avenue Baptist Church

ANNUAL RETREAT

 RICHMOND CHAPTER

The Richmond Chapter's Annual Retreat to plan programs for children.

ANNUAL COLLEGE CONNECTION TOUR

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The Richmond Chapter sponsors every Spring a college connection tour where we take high school students to visit Historically Black Colleges and Universities. This is an opportunity for the students to learn about the reach history of the schools, tour the campus and dormitority and get a "real" college expreience.

RICHMOND CONTINENTALS IN THE NEWS

AFRICAN AMERICAN READ IN 

African American Read-In The Richmond Continentals

The Richmond Chapter members participate yearly in our Mid-Atlantic Regional Initiative in which we read to students in Elementary School the first week in February books from African American Authors. The Richmond Chapter also donates books to the schools that they read to each year. The Richmond Chapter has donated over 1,000 books to Richmond Public Schools.

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