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Monthly Embellishment & Training for the Sorors of New Jersey

Building on the Principles of Zeta

While Blazing New Paths!

November 2013 Volume 4 Issue 3

Soror Mary B. Wright, International President Soror Janet Y. Bivins, Esq., Atlantic Regional Director Soror Gina Merritt-Epps, Esq., New Jersey State Director

ongratulations to our Grand, Soror Mary B. Wright, on her election as Vice Chair of the NPHC Council of


Grand Wright Elected as Vice Chairman to NPHCs COP

State of New Jersey Shines at the Atlantic Regional Conference

love was simply awesome! Happy Thanksgiving!


second time as State Director at a Regional Conference! May God Bless you all and Highlights of our presence and key items are below: 1. Congratulations to Soror Natalie Harris-Myers (Omega Mu Zeta Chapter) and Soror Ardania Johnson (Eta Omicron Zeta) for their participation in the Inspirational Breakfast. Choir. 2. Congratulations to Soror Kimyatta Pitts-McCloud (Gamma Nu Zeta Chapter) for her service as the Regional Demographics coordinator and her participation in the Z-HOPE Awards Dinner. 3. Thank for submitting photos of your service and graduates! NJ was well
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reetings Sorors and Amicae! It was wonderful to see you at the 55th Atlantic Regional Leadership Conference in Buffalo. I am so proud of the professional manner of the NJ Delegation. Your display of professionalism and sisterly It was an absolute pleasure to represent you for the

State Fundraising Committee

State Fundraising Committee is being created to assist with raising funds for various State initiatives and events. All interested Sorors must send a letter of interest and resume to the State Director citing Zeta and professional experience no later than Friday, Nov. 15 via email. Sorors who are interested in serving as the chair of the committee should so indicate.

Soror Harris-Myers also participated on the Regional

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. State of New Jersey

Soror Gina Merritt-Epps, Esq. New Jersey State Director 325 East Jimmie Leeds Road Suite 7 PMB 144 Galloway, NJ 08205 (609) 748-1470 Website: E-mail: Newsletter created by Soror Deseree McFarlane, Coordinator, Social Media and Publicity

Meet Soror Damali Stansbury, Assistant Z-HOPE Coordinator

recommended to the State Director by Soror Wanda WilsonLittle, State Z-HOPE Coordinator as the perfect soror to assist the chapters and record the wonderful Z-HOPE projects implemented in the Garden State. Please join me in welcoming Soror Stansbury to leadership. We hope you enjoy this months edition! Please submit articles for the next issue of The Zeta Call and requests for topics to be covered in the next issue of Z-Lessons. Use the newsletters as tools to educate and advise your members. Your feedback and suggestions for future topics are welcomed!

he newest State appointee is Soror Damali Stansbury of Gamma Nu Zeta Chapter. Soror Stansbury was

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Introducing the Newly Elected Graduate Chapter Presidents

Titessa Smith, Gamma Nu Zeta Soror Titessa D. Smith became a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. on April 11, 1999 via Ravishing Rho Theta Chapter of Rowan University. Upon her induction, she served as Undergraduate President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer. Soror Smith transferred into Gamma Nu Zeta Chapter in December 2002. She is the newly elected President , but has also served as Third Vice President, Treasurer, Budget Chair, Parliamentarian, and Z-HOPE Coordinator. Soror Smith served as the Undergraduate Advisor of Rho Theta Chapter for eleven years. Soror Smith is the current Parliamentarian for the State of New Jersey. She is a graduate of Rowan University Bachelors degree in Law and Justice. She is currently employed by the State of New Jersey Judiciary as a Probation Officer in Gloucester County, and is a member of the Probation Officers Association of New Jersey (PANJ). in which she currently serves as Vice President of Local 108. Soror Smith is currently a member of Second Baptist Church in Pedricktown, N.J. and serves on the combined choir. She is also involved in the young adult group, The Next Generation TNG, in which she serves as President. Soror Smith is the Assistant Director of W.A.T.C.H. (We Aspire to Capture Hope), which is a female youth mentoring program. Bridget Lewis-Burgess, Epsilon Xi Zeta A native of Trenton, N.J., Soror Lewis-Burgess entered Zetadom on May 2, 1987 at Rutgers University. She was introduced to Zeta Phi Beta when she received an award from Epsilon Xi Zeta Chapter in the ninth grade. She then became a Archonette and attended state and regional conferences. These experiences influenced her decision to one day become a member of this great Sorority. She has served as President of Gamma Kappa. She joined Epsilon Xi Zeta (Princeton/Trenton Chapter) in 1989. She has held positions as First Vice President, Financial Secretary, Second Vice President, Archonette and Pearlette Advisor. She was nominated as the Chapters Zeta of the Year in 1993 and 2010. She has chaired the Z-HOPE Scholarship Luncheon as well as the Triumphant Soror Erma Jean Nicholson Memorial Awards. She enjoys working with youth and helping them to succeed in life. She has worked with youth for over 25 years and has enjoyed helping them to reach their potential despite their circumstances. Soror Lewis-Burgess enjoys being a mentor to new Sorors and making sure that they learn as much about Zeta as they can. She also enjoys attending conferences and Boules. Stacia Davis, Xi Tau Zeta Stacia Y. Davis, M.A., is a native of Atlantic City, New Jersey. She attended Atlantic City public schools and later furthered her education by attending the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey. At Stockton, she received her Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science and Information Systems and her Masters Degree of Arts in Instructional Technology. Stacia became a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. as an undergraduate through Phi Mu Chapter, where she served as President, Vice President and Treasurer. After graduating, she immediately transitioned to Xi Tau Zeta Chapter, where she has served as First Vice President and Christian Women's Breakfast Chair. She is currently serving as the chapter
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president and Youth Coordinator. In addition to her many job duties, Stacia offers her expertise and professionalism within the State of New Jersey (NJ Scholarship Coordinator South) and the Atlantic Region (Atlantic Region Web mistress and Graphic Designer). The vision that she has set forth for her chapter during this fiscal year is: S.T.R.E.A.M. (Strategically, Training, Reaching, Everyone and Mentoring): "One Body, Moving Together in One Direction." Adrienne Goldsboro, Rho Rho Zeta Soror Goldsboro has been a member of the Rho Rho Zeta Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. since May 29, 2007. Since joining Zeta, she has worked diligently as her chapters First Vice President (three years), MIP Coordinator (two years), Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Coordinator and team leader (four years), and Past Chair of the Finer Womanhood and Scholarship Committee (three years). She also is the liaison between John Wesley United Methodist Churchs Food Bank/Clothing Closet and their endeavors to give back to the community. She was appointed in 2012 as the New Jersey State Reclamation Coordinator (South) and continues to serve in this role. Professionally, Soror Goldsboro is a Masters Level Social Worker and is completing her Ph.D. studies in Social and Community Services from Capella University. She is the Director of Social Services at Golden Rehabilitation and Nursing Center. She is married with three children Aubrey, Chardonnay and Bryant Jr. Antoinette Harris, Sigma Zeta Zeta Soror Antoinette Harris was born and raised in Jersey City, N.J. and is the proud mother of a 14-year-old son, Zaire Jerome Wertz. She is an alumna of St. Anthony High School. After graduating high school, she attended Fairleigh Dickinson University (FDU) and received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Management. It was on the campus of FDU during her freshman year that the brilliant light of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc., shined upon her. She was initiated into the Beta Nu chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority on April 22, 1987. Antoinette was inactive for many years and rededicated her commitment to the sorority and was reclaimed in 2007 by Sigma Zeta Zeta Chapter of Hudson County. the Third Vice President, Second Vice President and Finer Womanhood Chairperson. Antoinettes passion to serve her community and the children of Jersey City continues in the field of Special Education within the Jersey City Public School District. She discovered her desire to teach in 2002 and with the support of her family and friends took a leap of faith and changed the course of her corporate career to become a teacher. Antoinette is a Special Education Teacher and Coordinator of the Special Education Department for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder at Dr. Ronald E. McNair Academic High School. She obtained a Master of Arts Degree in Special Education in 2006, and a Master of Arts Degree in Administration and Supervision 2011, at New Jersey City University. Antoinette believes in her students wholeheartedly and is dedicated to addressing their diverse needs, while cultivating them to understand and believe that their disability does not mean inability. Currently, Antoinette is the chapter President and has previously served on various committees as well as

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Highlights: Social Action Update

ocial Action in Zeta refers to direct or indirect participation with the government or natural political extension of ZThe goals of Zetas Social Action program are to: prepare

HOPE and community service activities. Sorors for political and community leadership; ensure members are educated on current events and political issues that affect our communities; encourage advocacy of and contact with elected officials and community leaders; and ensure chapters work to register voters and get out the vote. Things to Keep in Mind:

Zeta is non-partisan Chapters should provide education regarding legislation, We do not all have the same background and ideology. No official Zeta resources may be used for political Invite all candidates, not just one, when doing educational When not election season, your elected official is your
Soror Tjwana Dennis-Jenkins (left) and Dr. Denalerie Johnson-Faniel (Eta Omicron Zeta Chapter) at Zeta Day on the Hill, Sept. 18.

and elected officials, and advocate with partner organizations.

campaigns. election events. elected official, regardless of party/affiliation. Quick Tips:

Sign up for listservs and social media for elected officials, and share through social media and use #SOcialACTion and/ or the official designated hash tag provided for the specific event.

Review the legislative priorities and agenda of the national organization. Stay abreast of local issues in government. Identify the chapters legislative priorities via a needs analysis. Ex: crime, education, womens issues, healthcare Graduate chapters should support undergraduate chapters efforts. Add a #SOcialACTion component to programs and use the awareness month tip calendar as a resource. Monthly social action reporting forms are due by the fifth of
Dr. Denalerie Johnson-Faniel at the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington, Aug. 24.

each month detailing activity for the prior month. This is used to track the available 200 points for the regional 5 Pearl Social Action Recognition Program. Please contact State Social Action Coordinator Soror Denalerie Johnson-Faniel at for any questions, assistance, etc. and search #ZetaDOTH for social media interaction.

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Soror Dr. E. Fran Johnson (first picture seated on the right) installed the newly elected officers of the Region. The 2013-2015 Regional Officers (from right to left) are President - Wanda Bryant-Ison (NJ), Vice President - Raemona ONeal (NJ), Secretary - Sharon Bynes-Page (PA), Financial Secretary - Rose Cohn (DE), Treasurer - Janice Gillard (NJ), Parliamentarian - Denise Bolden (PA) and Chaplain - Gail Black (PA).

New Jersey Amicae Well Represented in Buffalo

even of the 22 Amicae attending the Atlantic Regional Conference in Buffalo, New York were from the State of New Jersey. For three attendees, this was their first time at a Regional Conference. The Amicae Auxiliary was formally organized in 1948, and this year is their 65th anniversary. To recognize this occaIn addition to the business sessions, there were workshops conducted by Soror Donnie Faye Hull, the current National

sion, the Region held a special 65th anniversary celebration on Friday night, Oct. 11 at the Sister-Friend Social. Director of Amicae Affairs and Soror Dr. E. Fran Johnson, who held the position from 1992 to1996 and organized the first Amicae Handbook which was published in 1996. The International Grand Basileus Mary Breaux Wright was in attendance at the installation ceremony and gave inspirational words to the new officers. She also gave a gift to the outgoing and incoming presidents. Conference attendees were: Amica Wanda Bryant-Ison, NJ State President (Gloucester County) Amica Sandra Wilson, NJ State Financial Secretary (Plainfield), Amica Janice Gillard, Regional Treasurer (Princeton/Trenton); Amica Beverly Simmons Conner, President (Atlantic City); Amica Raemona ONeal, President (Gloucester County); Amica Amber Myrick (Camden) and Amica Dorothy McCormmick (Plainfield).

Sorority to Partner with St. Jude Childrens Research Hospital

t the 55th Atlantic Regional Conference, a new partnership with St. Jude Childrens Research Hospital was an-

nounced. St. Jude has been a leader in the fight to prevent and cure pediatric cancers. They were also the first insti-

tution to cure sickle cell with bone marrow transplantation.

St. Jude Childrens Research Hospital was the first fully integrated childrens hospital in the South. Actor Danny Tho-

their race, religion, ethnicity or inability to pay. A St. Jude study, published in 2012, strengthens evidence that equal access to comprehensive treatment and supportive care results in equally good outcomes for African American and White children.

mas founded the hospital in 1962 with the goal to provide quality treatment and support to all children regardless of

Chapters may choose the month that is most convenient. A toolkit on Sunday of Hope, was circulated to all chapters Next

Zeta Phi Beta will support St. Jude with Sunday of Hope which will be held in the months of April and May 2014.

sorority year (2014-2015), undergraduates and Amicae will have the option to implement Girlz Night instead of Sunday working with St. Jude to develop a program for the youth.

of Hope. Girlz Night In will take place during the last week in September and the full month of October. The Sorority is

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State of New Jersey Shines at the Atlantic Regional Conference

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represented in the slide presentations shown at the Opening Program and Z HOPE Awards Dinner. 4. State Elected Officers Alexis Maisonet (Gamma Omicron Zeta Chapter) and Gloria Wilkerson (Gamma Nu Zeta Chapter) represented us well! 5. Lets support Soror Maisonet, whose bid for National Third Anti-Basileus was officially announced! 6. Congratulations to Soror Carrie KnottsJackson (Eta Omicron Zeta Chapter), who was announced as the National Necrology Director. 7. Thank you to New Jerseys own Soror Kathryn T. Malvern (Zeta Delta Zeta Chapter) for an informative 8. report regarding the National Educational Foundation. Congratulations to New Jerseys own Soror Mary Singletary (Zeta Delta Zeta Chapter) on her acknowledgment for her work to promote International Women of Color. 9. Thank you to Soror Pauline Gibson (Zeta Delta Zeta Chapter) for her service as the Regional Zeta Doves Coordinator and her work on the Opening Program. 10. Job well done Soror Jorelle Green-Smith (Omega Mu Zeta Chapter) at the Life Members Luncheon! 11. Upsilon Tau Chapter was featured in a video presented at the undergraduate luncheon. Great job, Sorors and thank you Soror Renee Wilson (Eta Omicron Zeta Chapter) and Kimyatta Pitts-McCloud! 12. Congratulations to Rho Theta for receiving the Outstanding Undergraduate Chapter Award. 13. Congratulations to Omega Mu Zeta Chapter for the reclamation award, 2012-2013. Thank you also for your $500 donation to the Capital Campaign.
(Continued on page 7) Pictured at right: NJ State Director Soror Gina Merritt-Epps, Esq. (left) and Soror Zoey Ashley (Zeta Delta Zeta Chapter). Soror Denise Davis-Smith (left) and Soror Michelle Van-Ess of Omega Mu Zeta Chapter display their chapters first Regional Conference seating card.

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State of New Jersey Shines at the Atlantic Regional Conference

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14. New Jersey received awards for the most Amicae and Outstanding Participation March for Babies! 15. Congratulations to the Zeta Amicae of Atlantic City and Jersey City for their new member and reclamation awards! 16. Kudos to the Zeta Amicae of Gloucester County for Scrapbook and March for Babies Awards. 17. Amicae Wanda Ison-Bryant and Raemona ONeal (Zeta Amicae of Gloucester County) are the new Regional Amicae President and Vice President! Amica Janice Gilliard (Zeta Amicae Princeton/Trenton) is the treasurer! 18. Thank you to Soror Lauwana Martin (Gamma Nu Zeta Chapter) for two years as Regional Financial Secretary! You did a wonderful job! 19. Thank you Regional Appointees Stacia Davis, Regional Web mistress and Graphics Designer (Xi Tau Zeta), Eunice Samuels Lewis, Fundraiser Chair (Epsilon Xi Zeta) and Andrea Todman, Scholarship Chair (Sigma Zeta Zeta). You did a wonderful job and made us proud! 20. The Atlantic Region donated $25,000 to the Sororitys Capital Campaign. 21. The Regional history book was unveiled! Cost is $50. 22. Stay tuned for more information regarding the Regional Fundraiser for the MercedesBenz and the St. Jude Partnership! 23. 29 New Jersey Sorors were MIP Certified, bringing our total to over 260 certified in September and October. 24. Changes to the Regional Constitution and Bylaws were approved by the body. Be sure that your president reports the changes to the chapter.
(Continued on page 8) Grand Mary Wright (left) and Brother James Wright. Sorors of Eta Omicron Zeta Chapter.

Undergraduate Sorors from the State of New Jersey.

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State of New Jersey Shines at the Atlantic Regional Conference

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Elected Officers: 2013 2015

Grammateus: (Delaware)




Anti-Grammteus: Kathryn Gilmore (Pa) Tamias: Krystal Brown (Md) Tamias Phylacter: (NY) Regional Representative to the National Nominating Committee Nilda Rivera, Esq. (NY)
Sorors of Gamma Nu Zeta Chapter and Zeta Amicae of Camden.

Grammateus: Lorraine



Johnson (NY) Richardson

Highlights of the Report of the International President We were blessed to have our leader, Grand Mary Breaux Wright, at the 55th Atlantic Regional Conference. She attended every event from beginning to end, including all business sessions, showing her support of the Region. Soror

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Online services will be available at HQ. A National Emergency Plan is being established. The history book will be updated. HQ will continue to use and enhance its use of cutting edge technology. Zetas official logos.
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Regional Executive Board Meeting October 2014 56th Atlantic Regional Conference Oct 7-11, 2015 (Philadelphia, Pa.)




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Grand Mary Wright (fourth from right), Atlantic Regional Director Janet Y. Bivins, Esq. (fourth from left) and State Directors.

State of New Jersey Shines at the Atlantic Regional Conference

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A communication tool for Military Sorors is being developed. National Care, initiatives a were reviewed, Branding, including Operation Homefront, Elder Adopt School, Healthy Living and Triple Negative Breast Cancer.

Information regarding the certification requirement for Undergraduate and Youth Advisors and Amicae Sponsors is forthcoming.


November 4 is the deadline for Archon

Soror Monet Thomas-Baker, President of Rho Theta Chapter.

Grand Wright (left) and Soror Keisha Thornton (Zeta Delta Zeta Chapter).


Promote sisterly love in your chapter. Forgive others. Share your time, talent, and energy to lead Zeta. Support the officers. Foster a positive attitude.
Soror Mary Wright 24th International President 55th Atlantic Regional Conference, Rededication Ceremony

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Left: Soror Merritt-Epps, Esq. (first row, center) Sorors of Gamma Omicron Zeta and Psi Pi Chapters, and Soror Jenny Allen, State Demographic Coordinator. Above: Sorors of Psi Pi Chapter, Seton Hall University and Soror Maisonet, Nat. UG Member at Large.

New Jersey Sorors attend Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. State Meeting

of Psi Pi Chapter attended the New Jersey State Meeting of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. on Saturday, Oct. 5. The brothers are led by Brother Chris Wilson, New Jersey State Director. Also in attendance was Brother Leonard Lockhart, Eastern Regional Director.

ew Jersey State Director Gina Merritt-Epps. Esq., Sorors of Gamma Omicron Zeta Chapter and Sorors

Top photo: Soror Shelly Freytas, President of Gamma Omicron Zeta, addresses the body. Bottom photo: Bro. Nigel Coelho, Pres. of Chi Sigma Chapter, receives greetings from the visiting Sorors.

Sigma Brothers prepare for a productive meeting.

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Amicettes Attend South Jersey Book Festival

n Saturday, Oct. 5, 2013, the Amicettes of Omicron Omicron Zeta Chapter attended the 11th Annual Collingswood Book Festival in Collingswood, NJ. This festival is the largest literacy event in the southern region. The girls had the opportunity to stroll more than six blocks of the main streets of Collingswood filled with nationally recognized authors/speakers for adults and children, as well as booksellers, storytellers, poetry readings, workshops, exhibitors, kid-friendly activities, and entertainment. This year, four of the girls entered two of the Book Festivals contests. The first contest was the Young Poets Competition. The theme was Putting Words to Peace: Poems about the Wonder of Peace. The second contest was a Book Spine Poetry Contest. Each girl had to stack book titles to make a poem; free verse or an interesting story. All entries had to be submitted before the Festival and the submissions were voted on by the attendees on the day of the Book Festival. This year, just like last year the Amicettes were recognized winners. Amicette Ashley Clark was given an Honorable Mention for her poem about the Wonder of Peace. She was also one of the five runner-ups in the Book Spine Contest and received a Collingwood Book Festival T-shirt. Amicette Annaya Baynes was the grand prize winner of the Spine Poetry Contest. Her prize was a check for $100.00 donated by Retrospect Newspaper. All winning entries will be on display at the Collingswood Library for the months of October and November.

Amicette Annaya Baynes (pictured at right), Grand Prize Winner of the Spine Poetry Contest.

Left: Amicette Ashley Clarks Spine Book Poetry. Right: Amicette Ashley Clarks Peace Poem.

Key Dates and Deadlines

Please Take Note

Deadline for submission of IRS Form 99011/15/13 Sister Chapter Event (Xi Tau Zeta) - 12/7/13

Sister Chapter Event (Zeta Delta Zeta Autumn Gala) - 11/23/13

National Executive Board Meeting1/9/14 - 1/11/14, Washington, DC

State Founders Day Worship Celebration1/19/14

Sister Chapter Event (Rho Tau Zeta) - 2/22/14

Sister Chapter Event (Epsilon Xi Zeta Luncheon) 1/25/14

Sister Chapter Event (Zeta Delta Zeta Luncheon) - 3/1/14 Sister Chapter Event (Eta Omicron Zeta Luncheon) - 3/8/14 Sister Chapter Event (Gamma Nu Zeta Luncheon) - 3/15/14

Sister Chapter Event (Gamma Omicron Zeta Luncheon) - 3/22/14 Sister Chapter Event (Omega Mu Zeta Tricky Tray) 3/28/14

Sister Chapter Event (Xi Tau Zeta Event) - 3/29/14 Sister Chapter Event (Chi Rho Zeta Luncheon) - 4/12/14

New Jersey State Conference 4/25/144/26/14

March for BabiesApril 2014

Sister Chapter Event (Sigma Zeta Zeta Luncheon) - 4/12/14

Sister Chapter Event (Rho Rho Zeta Breakfast) - 5/3/14

Sister Chapter Event (Omicron Omicron Zeta Luncheon) - 5/3/14

Sister Chapter Event (Omega Mu Zeta) - 6/7/14 Grand Boule1/15/191/19/14, Washington, DC

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By Soror Titessa Smith, State Parliamentarian

Parliamentary Corner

uring our 55th Atlantic Regional Conference, there were several parliamentary inquiries regarding Laying and Removing Motions from the Table. I hope that this explanation provides clarification. Happy learning!

The motion to lay on the table enables the assembly to lay the pending question aside temporarily when something else of immediate urgency has arisen or when something else needs to be addressed before consideration of the pending question is resumed. Key points: There is no set time for taking the matter up again Consideration can be resumed at the will of a majority and in preference to any new questions that may then be competing with it for consideration. The following rules apply to Laying a motion on the table: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Takes precedence over the main motion Can be applied to main motions, with any other subsidiary motions that may be pending (i.e. orders of the day) Is out of order when another has the floor Must be seconded Is not debatable Is not amendable Requires a majority An affirmative vote on the motion cannot be reconsidered, but a negative vote can be reconsidered only until such time as the motion can be renewed.

By adopting this motion, the majority has the power to halt consideration of a question without debate.

Taking or removing a question from the table can be done by a majority vote as soon as the interrupting business is disposed of and whenever no question is pending, provided that business in the same class as the question on the table is in order. 1. 2. Any member can move to take a question from the table in a regular meeting or in a meeting that is in adjournment of a regular meeting It can be taken from the table at a special meeting only if it has been laid on the table at that meeting or if the intention that it be taken from the table has been stated in the call of the meeting.

(RONR 11th Ed. Pgs. 209-218)

Seeking 100% Participation Please: Zetas, Amicae and Youth!

2014 Founders Day Observance Sunday, January 19, 2014 Tabernacle Baptist Church 10:30 a.m. 150 East Second Street Burlington, NJ Goal for Donation: $1,920.00
Soror Rhonda Farmer, New Jersey State Founders Day Coordinator