The W-S Alumni Chapter enjoyed an evening of fellowship, fun and good food during the first chapter meet-and-greet. Twenty-seven (27) people came out on a cold, rainy evening and enjoyed time together.
Rev. Alvin Damon led the group in prayer followed by introductions of guests and alums. Everyone was encouraged to meet and talk with a person they didn’t know or know well and find out the following information: the other person’s name, year of graduation and a memorable moment while at Livingstone.
It was fun, informative and engaging.
Some memorable moments included:
- experiencing a first Greek line
- listening to a graduation speaker outside in 90 degree weather (and he spoke for 90 minutes)
- student led strike because of bad food (the president told them to pack their bags and go home)
- student led strike because girls wanted to wear pants (the president told them to pack their bags and go home)
- being initiated in the band and having to line the football field (a group of girls)
- dancing all night at a christmas dance
- mr. livingstone two years in a row
- singing in the choir and visiting Niagara Falls
- and many more
It really was fun and the food was good.
The youngest participant, Meka Harrell (’03), shared information about her business and a website launch scheduled for next week in scheduled. And, Veronica Black (’69) had us all laughing as she shared a song that reminded us of our age (those of us who are a little more mature that is). It was funny and, true. More W-S Alumni Chapter Fellowship Pictures