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We are Furthering Our Reach, Impacting Social Change, and Advancing Our Communities.
Since forming in 2009, Loudoun County Alumnae Chapter (LCAC) has nearly tripled in size, now boasting a membership of over 100 college-educated women who are registered voters and actively engaged in this community. The Chapter's Fact Sheet is where you can learn more about our accomplishments and community service. If you are visiting Loudoun County or looking for a home chapter, stop by and visit with us.
Our sorority distinguishes itself as a public service organization. In Loudoun County, we continually seek activities that address the sorority’s Five Point Programmatic Thrust: Economic Development, Educational Development, International Awareness and Involvement, Physical and Mental Health, and Political Awareness and Involvement. Using this as guidance, we actively seek and implement projects that assist Loudoun County citizens with an emphasis on the African American community.
Loudoun County, located west of Washington DC, is the third largest county in the state of Virginia and is counted as a part of the metropolitan statistical area.
LCAC Seven Last Words
“Our Founders' participation in women's suffrage was the first official act of public service and social advocacy in the rich history of our organization.”
- Cynthia M.A. Butler McIntyre, 24th National President
30th South Atlantic Regional Conference, Richmond, VA
22 Points of Light Award
2022 Excellence Award - Social Action
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