Atlantic City Alumnae Honored for Road Cleanup Efforts

Sorors are committed to removing litter six times yearly for a one-mile segment of a county road.  Participating in this program demonstrates residential care, continues building positive relationships with the city government and community, and maintains impactfulness.

Submitted by: Teresa McGaney-Guy and Regina Smith

On June 20, 2023, members from the Atlantic City Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. were honored for assisting in a community cleanup initiative in Pleasantville, NJ on Washington Avenue. The Adopt-A-Road program has been very successful as chapter members removed tons of debris from roadways and sidewalks improving the community landscape.

The Atlantic City Alumnae Chapter collaborated with Atlantic County Utilities Authority (ACUA) to conduct community cleanups under its Adopt-A-Road initiative. The program initiative falls under the Physical and Mental Health section of Delta Sigma Theta’s Five-Point Programmatic Thrust to promote a healthier community and environment. The Adopt-A Road program is chaired by Soror Regina Smith.

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