Join the LeRoy Collins Leon County Public Library in a system-wide celebration of Women’s History Month! Throughout the month of March, select branch locations will host works from local artists with various interpretations of this annual observance.
The Dr. B.L. Perry, Jr. Branch Library will host a display of items from the Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. during their own observance of “Finer Womanhood Month.” This exhibit will inform vewers about the history of the sorority, their local chapter, Chi Theta Zeta, and their contributions to the local community.
About the organization:
Zeta Phi Beta Sorority Inc. is a Community Conscious Action Oriented Organization that was founded in 1920 on the founding principals of Scholarship, Service, Sisterhood, and Finer Womanhood. We are a group of educated women who pride ourselves in community service. The end of February through the month of March we celebrate Finer Womanhood month which represents character, integrity, and perseverance. As defined by our esteemed sorority, Finer Womanhood is the “distinguishing characteristics of a woman, one superior in kind, quality, or appearance; marked by or affecting elegance or refinement.” A finer woman is a woman who through mind, body, and spirit seeks to empower herself and people from all walks of life.