• Cotillion (formerly Jabberwock)

The PGCAC Cotillion (formerly Jabberwock) has evolved into a long-term sustainable program that continues to raise funds for scholarships and other public service projects. It now represents an evening of elegance and entertainment that showcases the gifts and talents of the program participants while advancing the goals and objectives of the Delta scholarship program.

The Prince George’s County Alumnae Chapter’s (PGCAC) Cotillion program is a biennial two-tiered one that includes the younger girls ages 8 to 12 in the Little Miss Jabberwock component, providing them with similar opportunities for cultural, educational and social nurturing and growth. Miss Jabberwock contestants are Junior and Senior High School students. The Cotillion Program represents a comprehensive approach designed to instill inspiration and aspiration with no goals being beyond reach when consistently passionate dedication and persistence remain in the forefront.

In the spirit of friendly competition, Cotillion contestants engage in social, cultural, and social activities, all designed to focus on building mind, body, spirit, and social awareness, as well as developing positive relationships.  The participants raise funds toward not only their higher education, but also the higher education of other in the community.  The PGCAC Cotillion program is a diverse program that continues to raise funds for scholarship and other Delta sponsored public service projects.

Our Programs
Event Calendar
(Upcoming Events)
  • HBCU Athletics Game Day
    Sat 28 Jan
    Jan 28, 2023, 1:00 PM – 3:30 PM
    Webinar
    PGCAC HBCU Athletics Game Day is an opportunity for students, parents, educators, and youth leaders to learn about HBCU Athletic scholarships, recruitment, programs, and associated careers. Guests will engage with current HBCU student-athletes and more.