The 2017 Family and Friends Crawfish and Crab Boil will be held on Saturday, 3 June 2017 from 1-5PM at Fort Hunk Park, Pavilion A, in Alexandria, VA. Join us for an afternoon of crawfish, crabs, grilled chicken, red beans, rice, corn, potatoes, and more. There will be a DJ, Dancing, Games, and a whole of fun.
Tickets are $45 plus a $2 handling fee for Adults (ages 13 and up) until 20 May; $12 plus a $1.50 handling fee for Children (6-12); and free for children five and under. After 20 May, the Adult ticket prices increase to $50 plus a $2.50 handling fee.
Click here to purchase tickets, http://suafwdc.com/2017_crawfish_boil
Fort Hunt Park Pavilion A is a covered pavilion, but bring your lawn chairs because this is a family and friends event.
Sponsorship opportunites available for this event, and the levels range from Jaguar Contributor ($100) and Blue Sponsor ($500) to Platnium Sponsor ($2,500).
For sponsorship, visit, http://suafwdc.com/2017_crawfish_boil
8999 Fort Hunt Road
GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):
From Interstate 395, take exit 10B for George Washington Memorial Parkway. Merge onto the parkway and continue for about 12 miles. Turn right onto Fort Hunt Road and continue to the park.
Time To Renew Membership
Time To Join or Renew Membership to Southern University Alumni Federation-Washington, DC Chapter
The Southern University Alumni Federation, Washington, DC Chapter is planning another exciting year of networking, recruitment, outreach, and fun. Join the Chapter today to help us help our beloved Alma Mater and community. Membership for one year is only $50. Please use the below link to join.
If you have questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
SU Alumni Chapter Participates in Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity's Annual College Fair
The SUAF-WDC Chapter participated in the Alpha Phi Alpha, Kappa Epsilon Lambda Education Foundation's Annual College Fair on November 12, 2016 at the Southern Regional Technology Recreation Complex in Ft. Washington, MD. Several chapter members manned the Southern University booth at the popular event. Students and parents who stopped by the table were educated on the wonderful offerings that the Southern University System campuses have to offer. Below are a few pictures taken at the 2015 event.
SU National Academic Signing Day
Students from the Washington, D.C. area signed letters of intent to attend one of the Southern University System campuses. Students were presented with welcome gifts and had the opportunity to take their first student ID picture. Even some of the alumni got to relive their student years by taking an ID picture. The students, along with their parents and SU alumni enjoyed the day with fellow students and alumni across the nation. Enjoy some of the pictures from the Day.
SUAF-WDC Chapter Donates Water to Band
SUAF-WDC Chapter members and Human Jukebox alums brought to the chapter's attention the band's need for water during their game day performances. Due to the band's funding shortage, the band members do not always have drinking water after performances. The SUAF-WDC Chapter voted to fund water for the band for all home games during the 2016 football season. Generous donations from chapter members also aided in the small cost to fund this effort.
SUAF-WDC Chapter Participates in 2015 HBCU College Festival Sponsored by Alfred Street Baptist Church
The SUAF-WDC Chapter participated in Alfred Street Baptist Church's 13th Annual HBCU College Festival. The Festival took place on February 14, 2015 at T. C. Williams High School in Alexandria, VA. The college fair is a huge event every year with thousands of high schools from the Washington, D.C. metro area in attendance. All of the SWAC schools were represented and SUAF-WDC chapter was proud to represent Southern University System. Again this year, a representative from the Admissions office at Southern University - Baton Rouge, was in attendance to conduct on-site interviews and approve addmissions. Mr. Shaquille interviewed several students interested in attending Southern and serveral were conditionally admitted on-site.
Several members of the SUAF Washington, D.C. Chapter volunteered at the College Festival. The volunteers were Vincent Brown, Donna Adams, Carol Jones, Kelly Albert, Gerome Smith, James Albritton, Regina Valentine, and Aaron Venturess.
The big hit this year was the announcement that Out-Of-State tuition is waived for qualifying students. Many students inquired about the waiver and lamented how that would tremendously help their financial situations.
State of Maryland
FINALLY....the first ever State of Maryland issued Southern University Alumni license tags are being made! We are excited to be included in promoting our illustrious Alma Mater as we drive around the beltway and in our respective communities. The chapter wishes to thank our inaugural 25 applicants for being instrumental in getting these tags made! It was a process that required great patience as the State of Maryland took a LONG time to approve and send us our sample plate (pictured below). So we offer a heart felt THANK YOU to our first 25!
Southern University Alumni License Tags
If you are reading this and you are a resident of Maryland and you are thinking "I want one!", you can obtain replacement SU Alumni tags for your vehicle as well. Click here for more information on how to get your new license plates.
We are excited to have our new official State of Maryland Southern University Alumni tags! Get yours today!
*** ATTENTION SU ALUMNI & FRIENDS ***
It's that time of year! It's time to renew your membership for the 2015 - 2016 fiscal year. Please renew your dues TODAY! To pay your dues, you can mail your check to the chapter's Post Office box or you may pay online (processing fees apply to online payments).
Post Office Box 75052
Washington, DC 20013
All the information you need to join our chapter or to renew your membership can be found here. If you have any questions about our membership options, please email us at email@example.com.
Please join or renew today!
2016 Mardi Gras Ball Sponsors
Advanced Resource Technologies, Inc. is a CMMI Level 3, Service-Disabled, Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) that is headquartered in Alexandria, Virginia. Since 1986, ARTI, Inc. has established a reputation of exceeding customer expectations by providing comprehensive IT Operations & Management, Information, Network & Cyber Security, Health IT, and Program Management & Logistics support to a wide range of Federal Government clients.
Progressive Rehabilitation Services, Reston, VA
Ms. Pamela Whitley
Dr. Elsie Scott
MG Smith, US Army (Ret.)
Thank you ARTI, Inc., Progressive Rehabilitation Services, Ms. Pamela Whitley, Dr. Elsie Scott, and MG Smith for your support and vote of confidence in the Washington, DC Chapter
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