The women of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc.’s Central Region definitely know how to hold a conference that attendees will never forget.
The sorority recently held their 79th Central Regional Conference on the Royal Caribbean, Independence of the Seas cruise ship on a round trip cruise from Ft. Lauderdale to Cozumel, Mexico.
During their four day cruise, which was held from March 14th-18th, the sorors enjoyed their time fellowshipping aboard the 15-deck ship, strengthening their sisterhood and getting work for their region and sorority done.
The conference included multiple important sorority workshops and breakout sessions focused on self-development.
Once the sorors reached Cozumel, they left the ship to explore the beautiful Mexican island and adventure.
During the trip, sorors also got to have fun at a silent disco, a party where individual attendees pick the songs they want to listen to via headphones while dancing.
The trip was packed with so much adventure, fun, and work that by the end the Central Region’s Instagram account posted a meme explaining how they felt after the conference.
Take a look at this epic photo that the conference attendees took!
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