ASSOCIATION FOR STUDY OF AFRICAN AMERICAN LIFE AND HISTORY

(ASALAH)

Established 1915

The Hat Ladies were highly honored to be asked to help at this prestigious  Event

We  were so appreciative you Ladies were able to volunteer your time at the 104th Annual Conference of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History. Your hats of course were delightful, but we most appreciated your willingness to be a part of our effort to show our community's hospitality to the more 1400 conference attendees from across the country.

You Hat Ladies helped to make that happen, which contributed to the overall success of the conference!  Wishing you all the best, and hope our organizations will have an opportunity to combine efforts again in the future. Gwendy Harris. ASALH Volunteer Coordinator”

(Special Note:  Even more hatsisters had signed on for this Event but had irresolvable conflicts as it drew closer.  Nonetheless, we were singled out as one of the three top groups providing volunteers),

Archie, Mayor Riley, Carolyn Murray (News Anchor WCBD

at the Luncheon where Hat Ladies are assisting)

Gail, Sylvia, Patte, Archie, Annette

Check in in our white and black uniforms  for our morning shift

 

Corinne and Venetia greet another guest

 

For our Evening Shift we shift to greeting our  current Mayor, John Tecklenburg & wife Sandy.

Venetia and Corinne do the honors

Kathy and Archie do likewise

 

Linda and Marlene are inside Memminger to show the guests where to sit , eat, and be entertained

We are invited to have a bite to eat and a seat to enjoy the rest of the evening

 

Meanwhile,  Jennie sits outside to show the way to the elevator for those who need it

Volunteerism