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Archonette

Quick Facts

 

Archonette Flower
 

The "For-Get-Me-Not"

 

Archonette Motto

Sharing with and caring for those less fortunate than ourselves.

 

Archonette Colors


Navy Blue & Pure White

 

 

 

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
Tau Eta Zeta Chapter
Archonette Club

History

     The first clubs were formed in the 1940ís under the names of Zetalites, Lullelia Phis, and IZís. These clubs were composed of young ladies between the ages 14-18 who are matriculating in senior high schools.  

     In 1963, Houstonís Lambda Zeta Chapter organized a teenage group called the Archonettes.  The name caught the attention of other national senior-high youth auxiliary.  Archonettes engage in social educational, and community service activities.  They also assist in the storkís Nests operations and facilitate Zetaís programs as needed.  Currently, there are more than 100 Archonette groups nationwide.  

   For additional information about Tau Eta Zeta Chapter's Archonette Auxiliary, contact the Archonette Advisors  Dionne Jones-Jerry and Vonda Holman at youth@zphib-thz.org

 

News 
&
Events

 

April 10
Baby Shower for Stork's Nest

11:00 a.m.

 

April 17
Nutrition Workshop and Workout Session

10:00 a.m.

 

April 18 Meeting/Etiquette Workshop
3:00 p.m.

 

April 24
NEO Soul Talent Show

3:00 p.m.

 

April 25
March of Dimes Walk-a-Thon

 

 

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