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Sorority's circle of sisterhood

 Kappa Iota Chapter huddle together before taking the stage to perform. Kappa Iota opened the Southern Region of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority regional conference step competition at the Tampa Convention Center Friday June 27, 2014. The conference invites various step teams from the region to compete for cash prizes, bragging rights, and utilizes its stepping competitions to positively motivate community youths. The event is sponsored by the Tampa Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity.

DEMETRIUS FREEMAN | Times

Kappa Iota Chapter huddle together before taking the stage to perform. Kappa Iota opened the Southern Region of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority regional conference step competition at the Tampa Convention Center Friday June 27, 2014. The conference invites various step teams from the region to compete for cash prizes, bragging rights, and utilizes its stepping competitions to positively motivate community youths. The event is sponsored by the Tampa Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity.

DEMETRIUS FREEMAN | Times

Members of the Tampa-based Kappa Iota Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority huddle before taking the stage to perform at the step competition of the group's Southern Regional Conference at the Tampa Convention Center on Friday. Delta Sigma Theta is the largest African-American public service sorority in the nation. The conference runs through Sunday at the convention center, 333 S Franklin St., where 5,000 Deltas are expected to attend.

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