ALPHA PHI ALPHA FRATERNITY, INC Nu Omicron Lambda Chapter Fort Lee,Virginia
             ALPHA PHI ALPHA FRATERNITY, INC           Nu Omicron Lambda Chapter                    Fort Lee,Virginia

Subject: Progress-Index Coverage of Nu Omicron Lambda's Black & Gold Scholarship Ball

Participants of the Nu Omicron Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. 2016 Black and Gold Scholarship Ball are: Ruben Barkley, Jr., chairman of the board of directors Nu Omicron Lambda Foundation, from left; Ciprianna Haynes of Cross Creek Early College; Makayla Hawkes of Matoaca High School; Charles Salley II of Cosby High School; Andrea Johnson of Prince George High School; William Crutchfield, the chairman of scholarship committee Nu Omicron Lambda Foundation; and Ray Robinson, president of Nu Omicron Lambda Chapter, Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Armenta

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Posted Jul. 15, 2016 @ 2:01 am

 

ETTRICK — The men of the Nu Omicron Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. hosted the 2016 Black and Gold Scholarship Ball to honor five local young people heading to college this year.

The event took place at the Gateway Dining and Event Center on the campus of Virginia State University on May 21.

“Smart, intelligent, articulate, talented, gifted, confident,” these are just a few of the adjectives the fraternity used to describe their honorees in a statement.

The 2016 Nu Omicron Lambda Foundation Scholarship recipients are: Makayla Hawkes (North Carolyn A&T University), Andrea Johnson (North Carolina Wesleyan College), Charles Salley II (Virginia State University), Alexandrea Williams (Matoaca High School), and Ciprianna Haynes.

Parents Andre and Cynthia Hawkes, Rossie and Adrienne Johnson, and Charles and Parcilla Salley joined other guests and fraternity members during the scholarship recognition ceremony.

A previous commitment prevented scholarship recipient Alexandrea Williams and her devoted parents Willie and Elena Williams from participating in the award ceremony. Alexandrea will attend George Mason University.

Additionally, this year Ciprianna Haynes, the beautiful and talented daughter of Paul and Donnitta Brown, was awarded a chapter scholarship.

The men of Nu Omicron Lambda Chapter have consistently demonstrated their commitment to helping students in our community realize their true potential by awarding scholarships that have, to date, exceeded $35,000.

Subject: 2016 Nu Omicron Lambda's March of Dimes event

March of Dimes 2016 Brothers Haynes, Custis, Talley, Belmar & Morris

Subject: Progress-Index Coverage of Nu Omicron Lambda's 27th Annual MLK Breakfast

 

         


The men of Nu Omicron Lambda Chapter (Fort Lee) of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc., held their 27th annual King Holiday Memorial Breakfast and Legacy Awards Celebration on Jan. 16. Pictured at the event are: from left to right, Ray Robinson, president of Nu Omicron Lambda Chapter; Maj. Gen. Darrell K. Williams, commanding general, U.S. Army Combined Arms Support Command/Stainment Center of Excellence, Fort Lee; Kori L. Reddick, honoree recognized for her role in Education; Floyd L. Henderson, honoree recognized for his role in Religious Affairs; Nancy Spraggins Ross, honoree recognized for his role in Community Service; and Ruben Barkley Jr., chairman, Nu Omicron Lambda Education Foundation. Contributed Photo

          

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Posted Feb. 8, 2016 at 2:01 AM PETERSBURG — For 27 consecutive years, the men of Nu Omicron Lambda Chapter (Fort Lee) of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. have considered it an honor and a privilege to recognize local community leaders who exemplify the life and legacy of their beloved brother, the late Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
On Jan. 16, some 375 plus people from throughout the Tri-Cities gathered at the Tabernacle Baptist Church Community Life Center for the 27th annual King Holiday Memorial Breakfast and Legacy Awards Celebration. This year’s honorees and the area in which they were recognized included: Kori L. Reddick for Education, Floyd L. Henderson for Religious Affairs, and Nancy Spraggins Ross for Community Service.
Guest speaker Maj. Gen. Darrell K. Williams, Commanding General U.S. Army Combined Arms Support Command/Sustainment Center of Excellence and Fort Lee, reminded everyone of the principles by which Dr. King lived and of Dr. King’s extraordinary life and accomplishments. He challenged everyone to embrace those same principles in their daily lives. 
The men of Nu Omicron Lambda "extend their deepest gratitude and appreciation to all program participants for their unwavering commitment to the communities they serve and to the communities at large for their steadfast support of this incredible celebration of the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Dr. King’s dream lives on in the hearts and deeds of so many in our local communities."



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