Interview with George Leighton, the oldest living Kappa

Grand Polemarch Thomas L. Battles, Jr. presents Brother Leighton with the first KAN pin from the Senior Kappa Affairs Endowment Fund initiative

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Interview with J. Ernest Wilkins

For a quarter century, J. Ernest Wilkins served as the Grand Keeper of Records and Exchequer of Kappa Alpha Psi, handing nearly all the duties that are now undertaken in the International Headquarters. He was the fraternity's 13th Grand Polemarch, serving from 1947 to 1950. In 1954, Wilkins was appointed by President Dwight Eisenhower as Undersecretary of Labor for International Labor Affairs, thus becoming the first African American to have a sub-cabinet position. This is an interview of Wilkins in a nationally televised news interview.

The Brothers of Hendersonville Alumni hosted the Kids Need School Supplies Fall Drive with donations and proceeds going to support Vena Stuart Elementary School in Gallatin, TN. The school supplies were presented to the children and parents at a special program hosted by the Vena Stuart PTO. Pictured with the fraternity are Principal Dr. Brenda Valentine and Assistant Principal Gregg Pursley.

On October 8th the Brothers of Hendersonville Alumni participated in a Habitat for Humanity construction build; they were proud to put the final touches on the house which is of both quality craftsmanship and affordable. The brothers were also on hand for the presentation of the keys to a deserving family from the community.

The Hendersonville Alumni Chapter was proud to support this year’s electoral process by exercising their voting rights, promoting the Keeping African Americans Political-Political Action Committee (KAPPAC) initiatives and volunteering their services to the Davidson County Election Commission.

Kappa's Military Men at the Centennial

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Fort Myers Alumni Remains Active in the Community

Fredrick D. Morgan, Director of HOPE Scholarship Program, Receives Presidential Award of Honor

Fred Morgan’s motto articulates his life. He is a role model, mentor and cheerleader to his students; he is a dynamic leader on campus, in our community and in his church. Morgan is the District Coordinator of Student Activities for the Project HOPE Scholarship program at Edison State College. He is also involved in numerous community groups, including (but not …

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Fort Myers Alumni Hosts 1st Annual Bowling Tournament

On Saturday, March 16, the Chapter held its 1st Annual Bowling Tournament at Pin Street Lanes of Fort Myers, FL. The Bowling Tournament was part of a Greek weekend celebration which included a Delta Sigma Theta Step Show and Picnic. Over 30 members and guests enjoyed a lively evening of fellowship, food and fun. Members of various Fraternities and Sororities …

Larry Hart, Lee County’s 1st African-American Police Chief and 1st African-American Tax Collector

The Honorable Larry Hart (Fort Myers Alumni ’94), Lee County’s newest Tax Collector, received his second induction into the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Hall of Fame on January 19, 2013 for Empowerment. Hart is the first African-American to win a county-wide election as a Constitutional Officer Tax Collector in Lee County. He was also inducted in 2001 for being …

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Charles B. Dailey, Fort Myers Alumni Vice-Polemarch, Wins School Administrator of Year and NAACP Image Award

Brother Charles Dailey became the Principal of Dunbar Community School during the summer of 2011. Immediately upon his arrival there was a change in the atmosphere. He has shown his commitment to the students, staff and the Dunbar community since the first day! For more than 30 years in the Lee County public schools as a teacher, principal and upper …

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