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    Mabry elected NAHRO Southwest Regional Council President

    Tonya Mabry of Amite, La., has been elected to serve a two-year term as president of the Southwest Regional Council of the National Association of Housing and Redevelopment Officials.

    Mabry is the executive director of the Tangipahoa Parish Government Housing Choice Voucher Program in Amite, Louisiana. Her job duties are overseeing the daily operations of the Housing Choice Voucher Program, Emergency Shelter Grant (ESG), and Rapid Re-Housing Programs. During natural disasters, she oversees all shelters in the parish.

    She is very active at the State Level of NAHRO. As a member of the Louisiana Housing Council, she serves on various committees and served as President from 2015-2017. She is very active at the Regional and National Levels of NAHRO where she serves on various committees and recently served as the Senior Vice President of the Southwest Region of NAHRO which includes the following states: Louisiana, Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, New Mexico, and Kansas.

    Mabry is a member of the North Tangipahoa Area Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. where she serves as treasurer. She spends a lot of time volunteering with her Sorority to meet the needs of the community. Also, she is a past board member of the Tangipahoa Parish Council on Aging, a member of the PTA at Roseland Montessori, past PTA President of Amite High School, and is currently the Justice of the Peace, Third Ward, Tangipahoa Parish. She is a member of the Beacon Light Baptist Church of Hammond, Bishop Dennis R. Hebert Jr., pastor.

    “NAHRO’s eight regions are its strength, and we’re thrilled to have Tonya leading the Southwest Region,” said Sunny Shaw, incoming NAHRO President. “Her leadership and dedication are a credit to the region, and we look forward to working with her to meet the region’s local needs and to achieve our shared national priorities.”

    The Southwest Regional Council is one of NAHRO’s eight regional councils. These organizations provide access to a local network of industry professionals, opportunities for leadership development, training, conferences, and focus for the special and local interests of the members. Each of the regional councils has its own dues structure and bylaws.

    NAHRO, established in 1933, is a membership organization of nearly 20,000 housing and community development agencies and professionals throughout the United States whose mission is to create affordable housing and safe, viable communities that enhances the quality of life for all Americans, especially those of low-moderate income. NAHRO’s membership administers more than 3 million housing units for 7.6 million people.

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    Delta Sigma Theta Sorority hosting World AIDS Day Walk/Run/Ride, other activities Dec. 1

    The Baton Rouge Sigma Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc., along with theAIDS Healthcare Foundation and the Southern University Horace W. Moody Intramural Sports Complex is hosting a World AIDS Day one-mile walk, run and ride and other activities on Sunday, Dec. 1.

    The event will be held from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the Moody Intramural Sports Complex. Attendees must bring their own bicycles. The event will also feature a hip-hop, Zumba and kickboxing class, free AIDS/HIV testing, guest speakers and a community resource fair. There will also be food, entertainment and door prizes.

    “We’re excited to host this event along with our community partners to help in the fight against AIDS,” said President Chi Joseph Franklin.  “We want to end this disease in our community.”

    The event is FREE and open to the public. You can register on site.

    For more information,  email tobrsigma@gmail.com.

    Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc., is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to provide assistance and support through established programs in local communities around the world.  Founded in 1913, the sisterhood includes more than 200,000 predominantly Black college-educated women. The Baton Rouge  Sigma Alumnae Chapter has more than 300 members in the Baton Rouge area.  For more information, email us at brsigma@gmail.com or go towww.brsigma.org.

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    Deltas, NAACP, Urban League host Sept 24 Candidates’ Forum

     On Tuesday, Sept. 24 at 6 p.m. at Baton Rouge Community College’s Magnolia Theatre, 201  Community College Drive, the Baton Rouge Sigma Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority,  Inc., the Baton Rouge NAACP, and the Urban League, are hosting an East Baton Rouge Candidates’ Forum.

    All candidates are invited to attend. The candidates will have a few minutes to give remarks and there will be questions afterward. After the forum, candidates will have a chance to meet with the attendees. The public is invited to attend.

    “This is a very important election, so our Sorority and partners are committed to help inform and educate our residents on who the candidates are and where they stand on issues of concern to our community,” said Chi Joseph Franklin, president of Baton Rouge Sigma.  “We’re looking forward to a great discussion.”

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