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Benefiting sisterhood.

WE, THE KAPPA UPSILON CHAPTER OF ALPHA KAPPA Alpha Sorority Inc. at Valdosta State University, wanted to take this time to thank BLACK ENTERPRISE for encouraging the black community to strive for financial empowerment and build a better tomorrow. We participate in and host many community service events throughout the year, but during our annual "Skee Week," which we titled "PINK ENTERPRISE," we wanted the campus to really gain beneficial knowledge concerning issues vital to our future.

As we start new chapters in our lives, we acknowledge the importance of financial planning, budgeting, being money smart, and investing. Having several business majors in the chapter, we also take advantage of the helpful tips you offer college students who desire to enter corporate America.

We applaud BLACK ENTERPRISE for bringing important issues to our attention as a black community so that we, too, can live the dream.

Cecilia A. West

Valdosta, GA

cawest@valdosta.edu
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Title Annotation:Letters
Author:West, Cecilia A.
Publication:Black Enterprise
Article Type:Letter to the editor
Date:Nov 1, 2006
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