Akron Chapter of Jack and Jill celebrates Founders’ Day
|Photo courtesy of Akron Chapter of Jack and Jill of America Inc.|
According to Akron chapter officials, the theme of the event was “One Motherhood: Cultivating Seeds of Greatness.” It was the first time the three chapters celebrated together, said chapter officials. According to chapter officials, Jack and Jill of America is a membership organization of mothers with children ages 2-19 whose purpose is to nurture children to become future African-American leaders.
Shown above are members of the Akron chapter.
The festivities included a mimosa social hour, brunch, history presentations, fellowship time and an Associates Parade for the mothers who have graduated out of Jack and Jill.
National Editor Tanya Hand, who is a member of the Indianapolis Chapter, and past National President Alice Peoples spoke during the event.
The Founders’ Day Committee included chapter presidents Tanya Watson (Akron), Kimberly Dashield-Hill (Cleveland) and Tonia Farmer-Pitts (Youngstown), among several members from each chapter.
For more information about the Akron Chapter of Jack and Jill, email email@example.com.
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