Marcelia Langford Chapter President

Marcelia Langford
Chapter President

The Springfield Chapter of the Links Incorporated with an active membership of twenty and an alumna class of nine, invite you to take the time to explore our site. You will get a momentary look of who we are what we do and our commitment to improving the quality of life in the communities we serve.

Our "Community Partnerships" include: 1. The Gammon House "Underground Railroad"– focusing on celebrating and preserving African American history and culture - 2. Publication of the first book in the History Alive Series for primary grades - 3. Juneteenth Celebration - "History Project" – “Preserving Our Legacy” – interviews with a selected number of “community greats.” 4. Annual Minority Health Fair - 5. Girls and STEM Project of AAUW

For more than fifty years, the chapter has sponsored annual fund-raising activities that provided college scholarships, mentoring and cultural enrichment programs, while supporting the Links Incorporated national agenda which include the promotion of Services to Youth, of the Arts, National and International Trends and Services and Health and Human Services.

We hope you will frequently revisit our site for updates and ongoing activities the Springfield Chapter of the Links Incorporated are committed to accomplishing. Welcome, and thanks for viewing our website.