Mu Sigma Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Inc. will kick off its debutante season with a presentation tea on Jan. 9 at the T.J. Jemison Baptist Student Center on the Southern University campus.
The chapter will introduce three young women who will be formally presented at their 20th debutante cotillion on March 5.
Debutantes are Keyana Regina Browhow, daughter of Annetta J. Jacob, of Baton Rouge, and Reginald T. Browhow, of Watson; Ty’Quieria La’Shon Lodge, daughter of Tonya I. Lands, of Baton Rouge, and Frank Lodge Jr., of St. Gabriel; and Jasmine Dominique Martin, daughter of Monique Jackson, of Baton Rouge, and George Martin Jr., of New Orleans.
Keyana Browhow is the granddaughter of Emily Jacob, of Marksville, and the late Bernard Jacob and Elouise Browhow, of Monroe, and the late Eugene Browhow. She is a senior at Live Oak High School, where she is a member of the Key Club and LEADD (Live Oak Eagles Against Destructive Decisions). She is an active member of Interdenominational Faith Assembly.
Ty’Quieria Lodge is the granddaughter of Maxine M. and Samuel Lands Jr., of Baton Rouge, and Lucille and Frank Lodge Sr., of St. Gabriel. She is a senior at Southern University Laboratory School, where she is a member of the track team and editor-in-chief of the yearbook staff. She attends True Light Baptist Church, where she is in the choir and liturgical dance group. She is also president of the Mu Sigma Chapter Rhoer Club.
Jasmine Martin is the granddaughter of Emelda Jackson, of Baton Rouge, and Daniel Jackson Jr., of New Orleans, and Barbara Hilton, of New Orleans, and George Martin Sr., of New Orleans. She is a senior and honor student at McKinley High School, where she is a member of Pantherette Dance Team and the McK Dance Ensemble. She has studied dance for the past 14 years. She attends New Philadelphia Baptist Church and also is a member of the Mu Sigma Rhoer Club.