On July 7, 1939 in New York City, New York the Rhoer Club of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority was created. The Rhoer Club is a united group of young women that engage in leadership development, community service, academic and personal counseling, mentoring, and special youth programs. Rhoer Clubs provide young ladies, ages 13 to 18, with the opportunity to build self-esteem, learn more about their heritage, and hone the skills needed to be successful academically and personally.
Since Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Inc. believes in training young girls to be leaders in their own lives and communities, education is central in all the Rhoer Club programming. With education, we believe the young women in our Rhoer Clubs across the nation can truly reach their full potential and make a positive impact in their community.
In Dallas, the Alpha Omicron Sigma Rhoer Club has been able to host swim clinics to combat the drowning rates of children of color and promote water safety; provide entire classrooms with school supplies through fundraising; and engage in meaningful community service opportunities across the metroplex. The Alpha Omircron Sigma Rhoer Club’s community programming and service projects have paved the way for local, regional, and national recognition and awards. Our Rhoer Club gets a chance to meet other Rhoers from all over the country at local, regional, and national conferences to exchange ideas, receive training, and just HAVE FUN. From participating in dance clinics, attending interactive workshops, and building friendships through club events, our Rhoers always have a great time.
Today there are thousands of Rhoers across the country working together, as sisters, to grow individually and uplift their communities.