ACU’s Virtuous Sisterhood group will be conduct “Tacopocalypse”, a social event with food and games open to all women.
The event will take place from 6-7:30 p.m. on Tuesday in Room 316 of the Mabee Business Building. Virtuous Sisterhood is inviting everybody out to the business building to have a good time with their organization. They will be cooking the food and serving lots of tacos, rice and beans. Virtual Sisterhood is also going to be playing games, such as Taboo. They want everyone to enjoy the night with fellowship and community.
“We really wanted to do something that stood out,” said Kimberly Harris, senior biology major from San Antonio. “People can come out, talk, meet us, chit-chat- even if people don’t want to join our group, we want them to find out who we are and meet other people.”
Last year, Virtuous Sisterhood held an ice cream social similar to “Tacopocalypse.” The passionate group wants the university to get to know their club and what it is about.
“I enjoy being around the atmosphere of people,” said DanibaÂ Dan-Princewill, a senior nutrition major from Nigeria.
Virtuous Sisterhood has been a part of ACU since 2007. They currently have 27 members, meeting collectively with the whole group at least three times a semester. It is a club on campus that aims for a multicultural sisterhood. Harris, vice-president of Virtual Sisterhood, said the club meets to have empowerment meetings, go out to dinner or skating, in the name of sisterhood and building up who they are as women of God.
“We really strive to be Proverbs 31 women in everything we do, whether it’s academics, leadership, or having fun,” Harris said.
They want women to experience the community and fellowship that they share within the club, as well as having a close relationship with Christ.
Information about the group and event can be found on the myACU advertisementÂ or searching for theÂ eventÂ on Facebook.