Miss Ariana Forward
Ariana will be presented at the annual Blue Revue Ball on Saturday, April 2, 2015.
Ariana is seeking your support to become Miss Blue Revue 2016. Your support can be in the form of an sponsoring advertisement that will be presented that evening and included on our souvenir DVD, purchase of a patron listing that will appear in our souvenir booklet and/or purchase of tickets to attend the annual Blue Revue Ball.
Please use the EventBrite button link below to make your purchase.
Thank you in advance for your support!
Blue Revue is a comprehensive scholarship program for female high school juniors and seniors that focuses on etiquette, community service and college preparation.
At the end of each Blue Revue cycle, Kappa Zeta and the Stork‛s Nest Charity Fund of Dallas sponsors the Miss Blue Revue Scholarship Ball to spotlight the accomplishments of the participants and to award academic scholarships.
Proceeds from the Miss Blue Revue Scholarship Program benefit the Stork‛s Nest Charity Fund of Dallas. Stork‛s Nest Charity Fund of Dallas is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt entity of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. - Kappa Zeta Chapter. All proceeds go to support scholarships and educational enrichment programs in the Dallas Metroplex. If you are interested in partnering with us in this wonderful event, please click here for further information.
Blue Revue originated in the Kappa Zeta Chapter in 1933. Chapter founder, Dr. Helen Wilson Johnson and charter member Mildred Davis initiated the first Blue Revue and then introduced the idea at the Sorority's 1933 national convention. The idea was adopted as a national program and implemented by chapters of the sorority across the country.
Blue Revue’s purpose is twofold. Primarily, Blue Revue is a conduit to promote higher education through scholarship and other financial resources. Secondly, but just as important, Blue Revue was established to encourage and inspire young ladies to uphold the admirable ideals of FINER WOMANHOOD as well as cultivate and put into practice acceptable ways of social behavior.