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Southeast Region History Report Form

January 1, 2015 December 31,


2015
Graduate Chapter: UPSILON PHI
Data Submitted:__________________________________________
1. CHAPTERS
GRADUATE
Basileus: Michelline Mikki Cooper Williams
Address: 52 Bubzy Road
Kingstree, SC 29556
Phone: 843.610.0652
Fax: 843.380.0251
Email: miki2@sc.rr.com
Historian: Judith Johnson
Address: 702 Vintage Drive
Florence, SC 29501-7387
Phone: 843.669.3754
Fax:
Email: JAJBSN4U@aol.com

Chapter Name: UPSILON PHI


II. CHAPTER STATUS (Since Jan 2015)
Total members initiated since chartering
Number of Active Members
Number of Active Charter Members
Number of Betas transferring into chapter
Number of Members transferred from other Chapters
Number of Members released to other Chapters
Number of Reclaimed/Reactivated members
Number of members initiated since Jan 2015
Number of Inactive members
Total Number of members deceased since Chartering
Deceased Sorors/Fraters since last Regional Conference
Name:
Date of Death:
Name:
Date of Death:
Name:
Date of Death:
Name:
Date of Death:
Name:
Date of Death:

Graduate
NA
15
11
0
0
0
0
0
10
1
0

III. LOCAL SCHOLARSHIP AWARDED


AWARDEE
1.

Cynthia Franks

INSTITUTION

SCHOLARSHI
P AMOUNT
Florence Darlington $500.00
Technical College

IV. CHAPTER ACTIVITIES


ACTIVITY
A. Founders Day
B Nurses Week
C. Held Chartering Anniversary
Celebration
D Leadership Summit
.

GRADUATE
Yes
Yes
No
No

Chapter Name: UPSILON PHI


D. Chapter Fundraising Project(s):
Name of Project
1 Flapjack Breakfast
.
2 Dinner Cruise
.
3
.
4
.

Project Profit
$ 806.21
0 profit

E. Suggestions for Regional Fundraiser:


Recommendation(s)
1
.
2
.
3
.
4
.

Description of Fundraiser

F. Chapter programs/Projects: Describe any NEW


programs/projects:
Title of New Project

Brief Narrative Description of New


Project

1
.
2
.
3
.
4
.
V. ORGANIZATIONAL CONTRIBUTIONS:
Organization

Contribution

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

Eta Chi Ad
SER Souvenir Book
Iota Chi Ad
Passage of Hope
National Council of Negro Women 80th
Anniversary
6. Harvest Hope
7. American Cancer Society
8
Alpha Chapter Ad (June 25)
9. Thanksgiving Give Dinner Give Away
11 Total
PLEASE TOTAL AMOUNTS

50.00
125.00
35.00
75.00
80.00
300.00
200.00
175.96
$1040.96

Chapter Name UPSILON PHI


VI. NATIONAL PROGRAMS
Please check whether the Chapter has implemented or has plans to
implement the programs listed below:
Program
Implement Planne N/A
Outcome
ed
d
Yes
Yes
NO
No
1. Hypertension Education:
X
Multiple collaborations
within faith
communities to
distribute literature
and one-on-one
counseling encounters
re: the importance of
prevention and
compliance with
treatment.
2. Hypertension Screening:
X
Primarily, Upsilon Phi
Chapter collaborates
with faith communities
and athletic events to
provide blood pressure
assessments.
3. Cancer Education:
X
Oral presentation and
distribution of
literature re: nutrition
and exercise as
preventive measures.
4. Sickle Cell:
X
Thirst for Learning:
Hydration Project in
collaboration with
Epsilon Chi Omega

Chapter of Alpha
Kappa Alpha, Inc.
Upsilon Phi Chapter is
responsible for
distributing bottled
water from a local food
bank to students
diagnosed with Sickle
Cell Trait and Disease,
who attend the public
schools in Darlington
County, South
Carolina.
5.
6.
7.
8.
9.

Eye Health:
SIDS:
Heart Truth:
Power to end Stroke:
Nat. Kidney Disease Ed.
Project;
10 Leadership Development:
.
11 Research Development
.
12 Program for the Elderly
.

13
.
14
.

Program for Youth and Young


Adults
Community Health
Outreach:

15 Childhood Obesity
.

x
x
x
x
x
x
x
X

X
X

Annually, in
celebration of Nurses
Week, Upsilon Phi
Chapter coordinates a
Day of Service with a
residential nursing
facility; providing
snacks and a program
that includes visitation
in the Activities Room,
spiritual sing-along,
and recitations of
poetry.
Teen Pregnancy
Contributes to the
annual fundraisers of a
local shelter that
houses victims of
domestic violence.

VII. THE THREE RS (RECLAIM, RETENTION AND RECRUITMENT


ACTIVITIES)
The 3 Rs: Reclaim, Retention and Recruitment Activities
RECLAIM ACTIVITES
A Reclaimed inactive members
NO
. Actual number of members reclaimed
0
Inactive members attended Chapter activities:
NO
RECRUITMENT ACTIVITIES
B Retention of members:
List special efforts initiated to enhance retention:
1. Invite inactive members to Chapter events.
2. Annually conduct an Invitational Tea to reclaim and recruit members
3. Enlist inactive members to participate in community events i.e.
screenings, etc
RECRUITMENT ACTIVITES
C Number attended interest meetings
3
. Number of letters submitted
0
Number of Letters approved
0
Number of letters rejected
0
Reasons for rejection
0
Number initiated
0
Chapter Name:_ UPSILON PHI
VIII. COMPOSITION OF CHAPTERS
Current Education Preparation (please include total number for each degree
type);
Type of Degree:
Graduate
1. Diploma
0
2. Associate
3
3. BSN
7
4. BS/BA in another field
1
5. MSN
3
6. MS in another field
2
7. APRN
0
8. DNP, PhD, EdD, DNS
3
Current School Enrollment:
Type of Degree:
1. Diploma
2. Associate
3. BSN
4. BS/BA in another field
5. MSN
6. MS in another field

Graduate
0
0
0
0
0
0
6

7.
8.

APRN
DNP, PhD, EdD, DNS

0
0

IX. Suggestions to improve the Region and concerns that should be


addressed:
Suggestion/Concern

Recommended Action Plan

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

The National Historian would like the following information submitted on


separate paper: your current list of Officers, your current list of New
Members and their Initiation dates. ALL Graduate Chapters Historians
COMPLETE the required INFORMATION and attach to this report. Annual Updated
Chapter information is required from all Regions. The Regional Historians combines
chapter reports to Regional Conference Book of Reports and sends the 2nd (hard copy) to
the National Historian on or before April 1st of FY. The National Historian keeps and
compiles a chronological record of activities of the Sorority and Archives of National
Headquarters. Prepares and submits a report to National Board of Directors and for
Boule Book of Reports.

See Below

CHAPTER/REGION: UPSILON

PHI/Southeast
Basileus: Michelline Cooper Williams
Anti-Basileus: Marlena A. Shaw Wright
Grammateus: Diane J.Myers
Epistoleus Marcella McCall
Tamias: Zella M. Benjamin
Tamiochus: Jennifer B. Jones
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Dean of Pledgees: Cathy George-Washington


Beta Sponsor: NA
Historian Judith A. Johnson
Nominating Chair Dorothy Hines
Hodogos Marcella McCall

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