Special thanks to Brothers Norm Howard, Darryl Campbell, Roger Doster, and Hollis Jordan for making our First Annual African-American Men’s Health Summit such a huge success. The event was held on Saturday, April 27, 2013 at the University of Michigan in partnership with the University of Michigan Health System Program for Multicultural Health and Grace
During the April 13, 2013 chapter meeting, representatives from Big Brothers Big Sisters and the Ann Arbor School Board attended to present information to the Kappa Brothers. Jenifer Spitler representing Big Brother Big Sister reviewed the need for African American mentors for the youth in Washtenaw County. They will structure a program for us to
One’s health is extremely important and the Kappas are doing their part to promote men’s health. Our first Men’s Health Summit will be held on Saturday, April 27, 2013 at 8:30 am to 12 Noon. The event will be held at Grace Fellowship Church House of Solutions, 1301 South Harris Street, Ypsilanti, MI 48198. The
The chapter co-sponsored an Easter Egg Hunt with other African American Organizations from the community. This event was started by the Ann Arbor chapter in 1989 and joined forces with the other organizations in 1991. The event featured the Easter Egg Hunt, Magic Show, Lunch, Tour of the Fire Truck, the Book Mobile and presentations
The Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti-Inkster chapter presented awards to the Delta Sigma Theta Inkster Alumnae and Ann Arbor Alumnae Chapters in honor of their 100th Anniversary. They joined the century club on January 13, 2013. We, the Kappas appreciate the Deltas for their Sisterhood, scholarship donations and service to all mankind. Both chapters were extremely thankful for
Brothers Charles Bruce, Travis McKinney, and Derrick Washington volunteering for Meals on Wheels (Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti) on August 25, 2013.