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AKA’s Award Scholarships

Erin Hilton
Erin Hilton The Beta Chi Omega Chapter of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. awarded scholarships to two outstanding graduating seniors in June.

Myesha Logan
Myesha Logan The recipients are Myesha Logan, a William Fleming graduate who plans to attend Emory and Henry College in the fall, and Erin Hilton, a William Fleming graduate who plans to attend Radford University.

follow site Treasure Staples served as chairman of the Scholarship Committee.

Scholarships presented to local college bound students

acquistare vardenafil senza ricetta Liguria On Sunday June 28, at Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church, the Roanoke Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity proudly presented scholarships to local college bounds students Ja’land Robinson (Radford University) and Blake Barnes (Old Dominion University). Both Robinson and Barnes received a $1000 scholarship. The chapter would like to recognize Cuz’s Autobody Repair for sponsoring one of the scholarships. Al Elliott is scholarship committee chairmen.

Sister-Sister, Congratulations

Birdie Trotter
Birdie Trotter Congratulations to graduates Angelica Hubbard Burnette and Birdie Michelle Trotter. Birdie M. Trotter graduated from Hollins University, magna cum laude with a BA in Music and Math minor.  Birdie was inducted into one of the oldest and most prestigious honor societies, Phi Beta Kappa and also into Omicron Delta Kappa.  Her senior project was experimenting with the Chaos Game as a compositional technique to create musical fractals. Continue reading Sister-Sister, Congratulations

Phi Beta Sigma steps up efforts against racial intolerance

Charleston tragedy sparks African-American Men’s Fraternal Organization to encourage racial tolerance among membership and calls for National Day of Solidarity

prednisone 100mg day Rev. Daniel L. Simmons, Sr., member of Phi Beta Sigma, among those killed in Charleston shootings

generic cialis cheap us WASHINGTON, DC — Today, Phi Beta Sigma, Fraternity, Inc., one of the country’s largest African American men’s organizations and community service groups, announced its commitment to galvanize its membership of over 150,000 men and 750 chapters to call for a day of solidarity among its membership and across the nation in honor of one of its members. In addition, the group has pledged to step up its efforts against racial intolerance.   Continue reading Phi Beta Sigma steps up efforts against racial intolerance