July 21, 2021 ---- Awards Received! Mu Mu Sigma was awarded the March of Dimes Support Award (1st Place in the State of Florida and 3rd Place in the Region) and the Golden Chapter Award for our dedication to service in the SE Region. We were also nominated in the Alumnae Chapter of the Year (Final 3). Well Done Mu Mu Sigma!
July 29, 2021 ---- Congratulations to Soror Ivy A. Baker on graduating from the Certified Public Management Program through the Reubin O'D Askew School of Public Administration. This is a nationally recognized program for training and developing public managers, supervisors, and leaders. Both are now Certified Public Managers in the State of Florida.
October 5, 2021 ---- Soror Annette Wilson works her magic and talents and secured an opportunity to present our Sorority Flowers on the behalf of our chapter to Honorary Soror, Marilyn McCoo, 7-time Grammy Award Winner. This was a special moment for the Sorority, Soror Wilson and the chapter. Soror McCoo was so excited to hear and see her Sorors in the building!
December 9, 2021 ---- Congratulations to Soror Moody who the new Director of the Jefferson Senior Citizens Center in Monticello, FL.
February 4, 2022---- Congratulations to Soror Brown-Jefferson who was awarded the 2022 Chris Connell Merit Unsung Hero Award in Public Safety.
December 13, 2021 ---- Congratulations to Soror Salter who is now a FL licensed Marriage and Family Therapist. She has opened her new business, Kaleidoscope Counseling LLC, located in Tallahassee, FL, where individual, group, marriage and couples therapy are provided.
December 29, 2021 ---- Congratulations to Soror Gilliam who has been hired as the Program Coordinator for Tallahassee’s Neighbor to Neighbor in the Nenes, a neighborhood initiative with a mission to help elders in Indianhead/Lehigh stay in their homes as long as possible as they age.
March 25, 2022---- Sorors Davis and Wilson attended the Room Naming Ceremony at FAMU, where the Student Government Senate Chambers is now the Gwendolyn Sawyer Cherry Senate Chambers. Because Soror Cherry’s only surviving relative, a cousin in Miami, was unable to attend, we, as the only sorority sisters in attendance, stood in for her family and cut the ribbon.