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    Upsilon Omega Chapter Black XVIII Scholarship Concert Upsilon Omega Chapter Black XVIII Scholarship Concert

    Upsilon Omega Chapter Black XVIII Scholarship Concert

Upsilon Omega Chapter Black XVIII Scholarship Concert

St. Louis, MO – On June 7, 2013, the Brothers of Upsilon Omega Chapter presented and honored 4 high school scholarship recipients at the Rhapsody in Black XVIII Scholarship Concert Fundraiser. The recipients and the Bro. William Ray Brown, PhD, 32nd Eighth District Representative in photo.

By |June 14th, 2013|District Representative, News, Spotlight|Comments Off
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    BROTHER CLARK FROST – 47 Years of Service BROTHER CLARK FROST – 47 Years of Service

    BROTHER CLARK FROST – 47 Years of Service

BROTHER CLARK FROST – 47 Years of Service

Congratulations to Brother Clark Frost, who is currently a member of Eta Alpha Chapter on 47 years in the beloved fold.  Brother Frost was a member of ‘The Immortals’, the charter line (1966) at Iota Sigma Chapter at Central Missouri State University.  His continued service and dedication to Omega is truly worthy of emulation. Here’s to another 47 years.

By |May 29th, 2013|News, Spotlight|Comments Off
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    Dr. Robert Scott – youngest to lead Dr. Robert Scott – youngest to lead

    Dr. Robert Scott – youngest to lead

Dr. Robert Scott – youngest to lead

Article written By Author Bridjes O’Neil of the St. Louis American In 1999, Rev. Robert C. Scott [8th District Representative of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc] senior pastor at Central Baptist Church, 2842 Washington Blvd., became the youngest person in the church’s lengthy history to assume the pastoral role. This was, he said, a “divine move.” Before he accepted the invitation, Central Baptist had gone almost three years without a pastor following the death of Rev. Ronald Packnett in 1996. Packnett had served for 11 years and had been socially and politically active in St. Louis. During this transitional period, Central Baptist was led by Interim Pastor Rev. Ralph Jackson….Read More

By |February 10th, 2013|Spotlight|Comments Off
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    Brother Glenn E. Rice a 2012 Salute to Excellence Winner Brother Glenn E. Rice a 2012 Salute to Excellence Winner

    Brother Glenn E. Rice a 2012 Salute to Excellence Winner

Brother Glenn E. Rice a 2012 Salute to Excellence Winner

WASHINGTON, DC (June 24, 2012) – The National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) announced the winners for its 2012 Salute to Excellence Awards. The competition honors work from print, television, radio, online, photojournalism, and public relations. Winners were announced Saturday, June 23, 2012 at an annual gala celebration during NABJ’s 37th Annual Convention and Career Fair in New Orleans, the largest gathering of minority journalists in the country. NABJ congratulates our 2012 Salute to Excellence Award winners. *Brother Rice has been singled out in the category below. For Newspaper Over 150,000, News – Feature: Single Story “Freedom’s Distant Cry” Glenn E. Rice