1921 National Convention

1921 National Convention

The eighth National Convention was the first to schedule "roundtable" discussions with topics ranging from polices and chapter finances to alumnae organization and ethical standards. Also for the first time, a song contest was held, won by Sigma chapter. The main topic of discussion, however, was philanthropy. The Healthmobile, presented by Florence Seder (Burns) of Xi chapter, was adopted as the fraternity's first national philanthropic project.


1921 National Convention


Jun 28th, 1921 - Jul 2nd, 1921


Asheville, North Carolina


Eighth National Convention Dinner Program, July 1, 1921


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