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Club listings consist of the club name, brief purpose statement, place, day and time of meetings, a contact phone number and/or e-mail address and the website link if applicable. Be sure to include contact information.
To update your listing, call 704-797-4243 or email lifestyle@salisburypost.com with CLUBS in the subject line.

ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONS

Aggrey Alumni Association
Sandy Ridge AME Zion Church • • John Harris, president, 704-9696 • • Ruthie Norman, 704-857-1737.

Dunbar School Alumni Association
6 p.m. third Mondays • • Open to former students, teachers, administrators, spouses • • Benjamin Davis, president • • Ethel Evans, 704-637-2252.

J.C. Price High School Alumni Association Salisbury Chapter
5 p.m. fourth Saturdays, Western Star Lodge on Old Concord Road Salisbury • • To give scholarships to graduating high school students furthering their education at an institution of higher learning that fall, based on financial need and academic achievement. New members welcome. Carolyn Williams, president, 704-633-7162.

Livingstone College National Alumni Association Salisbury Rowan Davie Chapter
6 p.m. second Fridays, The Business Center, 1400 W. Bank St. • • Provides support for college and scholarships for Livingstone College students. All Livingstone College Alumni, former students, parents and friends are welcome and encouraged to attend. Catherine Rivens, president, 704-642-0621.

R.A. Clement Association

Fourth Saturdays, Allen Temple Presbyterian Church, Cleveland • • Supports community initiatives, provides scholarships for high school graduates • • Open to former students, families, staff, friends of R.A. Clement High School, Cleveland, NC 1948-1968 • • Carolyn Steele Snipes, president; Norris Anderson, vice president • • Dorothy Bost Scott-704-278-4341, Leonard Hall-704-278-9116, Catrelia Steele Hunter 704-278-9149.

South Rowan Alumni Association
6:30 p.m. third Tuesdays, South Rowan High School • • Patsy Parnell, 704-857-5762, musicpat68@aol.com • • www.SouthRowanAlumni.com
FRATERNAL ASSOCIATIONS

Andrew Jackson Lodge 576 AF&AM
First and third Thursdays • • dinner 6:15 p.m., lodge opens 7 p.m. 401 N. Fulton St. • • Dennis Sims, 704 633 1665, rdsservices@carolina.rr.com

Eureka Lodge 45

First and third Thursdays, 7 p.m., 1433 Old Wilksboro Road • • Jeff Roberts, 704-636-3276 or Hercules Shannon, 704-798-2032.

Faithful Guide Lodge 376

7:30 p.m. stated communication second and fourth Tuesdays at 113 Krider St., Cleveland • • James W. Jones Jr., master, 704-278-4913.

Fulton Masonic Lodge 99 AF&AM
6:30 p.m. dinner, 7:30 p.m. meeting, second and fourth Thursdays.

Pride of Salisbury Lodge IBPOEW #1774
5 p.m. first and third Sundays, 600 N. Long St. and 7 p.m. every Wednesday for training sessions • • Jimmy Phillips 704-640-3194 or phill2685@hotmail.com

Salisbury Elks Lodge 699

7:30 p.m. first and third Thursdays, Elks Lodge, 508 S. Main St. • • First Tuesdays, 7-8 p.m., bingo social for patients at VA Medical Center, volunteers needed. Bingo at lodge 7 p.m. Mondays • • www.SalisburyElks.org

Salisbury York Rite Masonic Bodies
7:30 p.m. first Mondays except July, September. Monthly planning meeting 7 p.m. third Mondays, except June, July, December • • Salisbury Masonic Temple, 401 N. Fulton St., salisburyyrb@ K4jme.org

Spencer Masonic Lodge 543

Stated communication second and fourth Tuesdays, 7 p.m., dinner 6:15 p.m. in dining room, 114 Fourt St., Spencer • • 704-636-8108, spencerlodge@K4jme.com

Western Star Lodge 9

7:30 p.m. stated communication second and fourth Tuesdays at 912 Old Concord Road • • Jeff Carter, Master, 704-267-8292.

Western Star Lodge 9 Pearl White Chapter 180 O.E.S.
7:30 p.m. second and fourth Thursdays, 912 Old Concord Road. Workshop training 10 a.m. third Saturdays by 31st District Grand Lecturer Hettie C. Avery • • Worthy Matron, Annnie Ealy, 704-636-3344 • Worthy Patron, Johnny Moser, 704-608-7326.

Woodmen of the World Lodge 111
6:30 p.m. First Mondays • • Includes supper. First Reformed Church, Landis • • Dr. James Shaver, 704-857-2238.

Woodmen of the World Lodge 175
Klumac Road, Salisbury • • Keith Anderson, 704-209-0775.

SORORITIES/FRATERNITIES

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Delta Xi Omega Chapter
Third Saturdays • • College educated women who have chosen this affiliation as a means of self-fulfillment through volunteer service • • Corine M. Parks, 704-637-1505.

Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, Xi Alpha Delta
7 p.m. second and fourth Tuesdays, homes of members • • Brenda Gobble, president, 704-209-1763.

Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, Xi Delta Chi
7 p.m. second and fourth Tuesdays, home of members • • Linda Tutterow, president, 704-647-0483.

Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, Iota Psi
7 p.m. first and third Tuesdays, Rockwell Community Building • • Membership by invitation from another member then voted on by chapter • • Collects items for homeless shelter, sponsors canned food drives, collects supplies for Good Shepherd’s Clinic, stuffs stockings for children at Salvation Army, phone cards for soldiers, visits to nursing homes, Relay for Life • • Gail Young, president, 704-245-3616.

— Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Salisbury Alumnae Chapter
10 a.m., Third Saturdays • • Sisterhood of college educated women whose purpose is to provide and support communityprogams in the areas of economic, educational, political, physical and mental development • • Monica Green, president, 704-636-4875.

Rowan-Salisbury Pan-Hellenic Council
6 p.m. first Sundays. Location announced • • Rory Chandler, president, 704-433-3820, rwchandler@aol.com

Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Lambda Epsilon Sigma Salisbury Alumnae
2 p.m. third Saturdays, Rowan Public Library • • Serving Salisbury-Rowan and surrounding areas. To enhance quality of life within the community through public service, leadership development, education of youth. Addresses concerns that impact society educationally, civically, economically • • salisbury.sgrho@ gmail.com, 704-380-1313.

Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Alpha Alpha Zeta
Second Saturdays, Zeta/Sigma Building, 1305 Short St. • • Promotes education by providing scholarships to local high school young ladies though annual fund raiser (Debutante Ball) for eligible high school young ladies to learn concepts of finer womanhood, continually stressing importance of higher education • • Clara Corry 704-637-9860 • Joann Diggs, 704-637-3783.

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