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V. Youth Guidance and Recreation -A. Xinos or Tops -B. College Guidance Groups -C. Recreational Programs for Youth The aims of the sorority, established by the Founders, have been the sincere goals of each chapter through the years. They are: (1) To promote the highest ideals of the teaching profession. (2) To foster a spirit of sisterhood among teachers. (3) To encourage youth to attain higher levels of education and character. A person must be actively engaged in teaching, or a related field of education at the time of initiation. Beside classroom teachers, a large number are supervisors and administrators. Many hold doctorate degrees, and instruct in colleges and universities. Theme: "Strengthening Today's Youth for Tomorrow's Challenge" NAMES AND LOCATIONS OF CHAPTERS 1. ALPHA - Jersey City, New Jersey 2. Beta - Washington, D.C. 3. Gamma - Baltimore, Maryland 4. Epsilon - Charleston, West Virginia 5. Zeta - Philadelphia, Penna. 6. Eta - Camden, New Jersey 7. Theta - Brooklyn, New York 8. Iota - Atlantic City, N.J. 9. Mu - Chicago, Illinois 10. Nu - Birmingham, Alabama 11. Xi - West Chester, Penna. 12. Pi - Trenton, New Jersey 13. Rho - Wilmington, Delaware 14. Sigma - Cincinnati, Ohio 15. Tau - Indianapolis, Indiana 16. Upsilon - Tuskegee, Alabama 17. Chi - Detroit, Michigan 18. Psi - Mobile, Alabama 19. Alpha Alpha - Kansas City, Missouri 20. Alpha Beta - Nashville, Tennessee 21. Alpha Gamma - Jacksonville, Florida 22. Alpha Delta - Miami, Florida 23. Alpha Epsilon - Atlanta, Georgia 24. Alpha Zeta - Richmond, Virginia 25. Alpha Eta - Evansville, Indiana 26. Alpha Theta - New Orleans, Louisiana 27. Alpha Iota - Concord, North Carolina 28. Alpha Kappa - Tulsa, Oklahoma 29. Alpha Lambda - Norfolk, Virginia 30. Alpha Mu - Annapolis, Maryland 31. Alpha Nu - St. Louis, Missouri 32. Alpha Xi - Cleveland, Ohio 33. Alpha Omicron - Tampa, Florida 34. Alpha Pi - Dover, Delaware 35. Alpha Rho - Dallas, Texas 36. Alpha Sigma - Fort Worth, Texas 37. Alpha Tau - Roanoke, Virginia 38. Alpha Upsilon - Danville, Kentucky 39. Alpha Phi - Pensacola, Florida 40. Alpha Chi - Portsmouth, Virginia 41. Beta Alpha - Shreveport, Louisiana 42. Beta Beta - Montgomery, Alabama 43. Beta Gamma - Toledo, Ohio 44. Beta Delta - Dayton, Ohio 45. Beta Epsilon - New York, New York 46. Beta Zeta - Durham, North Carolina 47. Beta Eta - Memphis, Tennessee 48. Beta Theta - Los Angeles, California 49. Beta Iota - Akron, Ohio 50. Beta Kappa - West Palm Beach, Fla. 51. Beta Lambda - Winston-Salem, N.C. 52. Beta Mu - Gary, Indiana 53. Beta Nu - San Francisco, California 54. Beta Xi - Orlando, Florida 55. Beta Omicron - Jamaica, New York 56. Beta Pi - Chatanooga, Tennessee 57. Beta Rho - Clarksville, Texas 58. Beta Sigma - Lakeland, Florida 59. Beta Tau - Salisbury, Maryland 60. Beta Phi - Compton, California 61. Beta Chi - Milwaukee, Wisconsin 62. Beta Psi - Knoxville, Tennessee 63. Gamma Alpha - Columbus, Ohio 64. Gamma Beta - Kansas City, Kansas 65. Gamma Gamma - Panama City, Florida 66. Gamma Delta - Flint, Michigan 67. Gamma Epsilon - Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 68. Gamma Eta - St. Augustine, Florida 69. Gamma Theta - Brewton, Alabama 70. Gamma Iota - Sacramento, California 71. Gamma Kappa - Saginaw, Michigan 72. Gamma Lambda - Pasadena, California 73. Gamma Mu - Virginia Beach, Va. 74. Gamma Nu - Little Rock, Arkansas 75. Gamma Xi - El Cerrito, California 76. Gamma Omicron - Richmond Heights, Fla. 77. Gamma Pi - Paducah, Kentucky 78. Gamma Rho - Cleveland, Ohio 79. Gamma Sigma - Las Vegas, Nevada 80. Gamma Tau - San Antonio, Texas 81. Gamma Upsilon - Waco, Texas 82. Gamma Phi - Fresno, California 83. Gamma Chi - Charleston, South Carolina 84. Gamma Psi - Jackson, Tennessee 85. Delta Alpha - Inkster, Mich. 86. Delta Beta - Austin, Texas [[images - collage of nine women's faces]] 176
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