The ladies who were initiated through the Gamma Kappa Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. at Tuskegee University in spring 1992 recently celebrated their 25th AKAversary in Costa Rica. Traveling and celebrating each other and their sisterhood was a huge part of the plan, but the women also found time to give back.
Twenty-two of the 34 line sisters were able to make the trip and while there, they stopped by a local library where they dropped off school supplies and books for the local youth.
“We always take time to celebrate each other and do our part to improve the community where we celebrate,” LaTarsha Mills-McKie told Watch The Yard.
International travel and road trips are becoming a trend among black fraternities and sororities, and community service has always been a major component to the organizations since the beginning. Once again, a black Greek organization proves that there's way more to black Greek life than stepping and strolling.
Kudos to these ladies for their donation and for taking an epic line photo in the process!