They're more than just pretty faces, and now they're being introduced to Savannah. Last night, the Beta Phi Lambda chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated, presented 21 talented young ladies to the city at its 60th annual Debutant Ball.
These top students were selected by members of the organization earlier in the year and taken through a variety of workshops enhancing their class, beauty, talent, and knowledge. The young women are all high school seniors and college freshmen and very active in the community.
Our own Dawn Baker served as mistress of ceremonies for the occasion.
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