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Brothers of the Southern Province, this issue highlights activities in which the Mighty Southern Province continues to serve the needs of our communities, educating the membership and public about COVID-19 and the vaccines, and celebrating the achievements of brothers. This issue also highlights the installation of 11th Southern Province Polemarch Chauncy E. Haynes, celebrates the 60th anniversary of C. Rodger Wilson Leadership Conference, showcases the achievements of the province at the 85th Grand Chapter Meeting, and recaps the 71st Virtual Southern Province Council. Thank you for all that you continue to do in the Southern Province and Kappa Alpha Psi. Let’s continue striving to achieve. Yours in the Bond, Julius L. Collins

JOSHUA E. CLEMENTS (FL) JOSHUAC704@GMAIL.COM KEEPER OF RECORDS CLEVELAND FERGUSON III, ESQ. n cancer ning project es on Blacks n n o n d e a a SPKOR1951@GMAIL.COM KEEPER OF EXCHEQUER RALPH A. ALTICE RALPHALTICE@AOL.COM HISTORIAN DR. RALPH J. BRYSON BOARD MEMBERS KENDRIC T. HOLDER JOSHUA A. MARTIN LOUIS P. KELKER III ALFONZA MOBLEY DEAN A. TOSSIE DR. ULLYSSES MCBRIDE THOMAS L. BATTLES, JR. DR. FRANK S. EMANUEL RONALD E. RANGE LINNES FINNEY, JR., ESQ. BERTRAM K. ORUM STRATEGUS BENJAMIN D. CARTER III LT. STRATEGUS KHALIF A. HOLLIS ASSISTANT KEEPER OF RECORDS R. CHRIS FRAZIER DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS FRANK C. EMANUEL REPORTER JULIUS L. COLLINS e e s s s d - - - r , U w o g y y n c e s l John Luque e fo s r e r ar S th i H c n i h s c e . e a y l i t e t h ar s D i , n t i c h s e p e p ar t s i i c o t r i n e e s e e n ar R in l e i g project has been getting favorable reviews. The sources include the United States Preventive Services Task Force. car T e he cen Ta te l r l s ah ar as e se p e iv: h o e ta a l lth to screening because the test k ba it s t e h d at an 's b d ei m ng or u e se affd i o s r s d t a o b o l l e than a colonoscopy, Luque t s y ai o d f . A th d e d ir it p io a n ti a e l n ly ts a ar m e a fr jo o r m i the targeted demographic --- between age 45-64 and are Black. "Since they are focused on primary care, that's a way to reach people who may not have access to a colonoscopy," Luque said. MatthewVargas centers they can access the s m to u o n l i - t b y a h s e e a d lt t h es c t e . n T te h r e s r c e o a m ch populations that could be a priority population for screening." The National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities along with the U.S. National Institutes of Health are funding the screening. Studies have proven the need, especially among Blacks, Luque said. For example, he said, the five-year survival rate for Blacks with colon cancer is 59 percent compared to 65 percent for Whites. The death rates for Black men are 47 percent higher than White men and it is also known that incidence rates for Black men in the United States are 24 percent higher

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With help from his wife, Relera (left) and Thomas Battles Jr. last Sunday, Channey Haynes takes the oath to become polemarch of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity's Southern Province. Photo by St. Clair Murraine Haynes living 'a dream' as fraternity's polemarch �,,st, Clair Murraine Outlook staffwriter As a child, Chauncy Haynes got some advice fl fr u o e m nc h e i d s m hi o s t l h i e fe r t fo ha r t th ha e s la in s t 32 years. t t i i o o A n n t t t h o h a is t "fi fi m n t o s d th m a e n e r' , s " or s H g u an a g y g i n z e e a s s joined the Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity in 1989 while a v t e t H r e s n a i d ty y i n . n e g s' T l r o o y y alt S y ta p te aid Un o i ff w no e o ll n th a i s s p th a e st K Su a n p d p ay a A a l ft p e h r a Psi Fraternity installed him n i a n s iz c p a e. t o i A l o e n m c ' r s ar ow c S h d ou o o t f f h a e b rnth o e ut P o 1 r r o g 0 v a 0 , Chancy Haynes (right) greets his frat brother Jerome m So a l r o c m h o o n f b th efo e S re ou b t e h i e n r g n in P s r t o a vi ll P e n h d c o e l to . ast b y S u S n t. d Cla ay i a r s Mu po rr le a ine 20

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Dear Brothers, Thank you, brothers, for embracing the 11 th Administration of the Southern Province! Upon the news of my appointment as your Province Polemarch, I was greeted with your many expressions of congratulations, and offers of support not only for me, but also the Administration. Again, I extend my gratitude to the Grand Polemarch, Reuben A. Shelton III, Esq. for this appointment, and to my predecessor, the 10 th Southern Province Polemarch, Bertram K. Orum for his steadfast leadership of this great Province. I am most pleased to welcome Brother Jason M. Jones, as our Senior Province Vice Polemarch. Brother Jones brings a wealth of experience to this role, and I look forward to his contributions to the Southern Province. As we embark on this next journey together, I would like to reiterate the theme of the Southern Province: ACHIEVEMENT IS WHAT WE DO . As esteemed men of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc., we embody achievement every day. Achievement is not an afterthought, but rather a forethought. Our achievement is not accidental, but intentional. Therefore, I encourage us to live beyond the way we have always done things. Now is the time to incorporate new ideas, new processes, and new methods to reach our goals. The COVID pandemic has caused the Fraternity to become creative and resourceful with how we conduct our business and meet the needs of our members. The Southern Province is not exempt from this charge; and we will do this together. If you have a desire to serve on a Province committee, please contact me via email or telephone call. We can surely utilize the skills and talents of the brothers in the Southern Province, as we personify ACHIEVEMENT IS WHAT WE DO . We have many activities on the horizon. Our C. Rodger Wilson Leadership Conference will be held November 12, 2021 – November 14, 2021 at the Rosen Centre Hotel in Orlando, Florida. Also, the International Headquarters has provided revised guidance regarding membership intake through the Membership Training Academy. Accordingly, MTA training occurred virtually on-demand to provide us with the requisite information to ensure a successful and safe intake season. Great opportunities await us, brothers. Let us forge ahead with all due diligence, success, and achievement. God bless you all. Yours in the Bond,

Chauncy E. Haynes

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him about his emotions exactly how he felt. But it showed during his installation when he became overwhelmed while mentioning his wife. “It’s a very emotional day for me to see all these people here and sharing in this,” he said. “It was very gratifying to have them here to witness that.” Speakers included Mayor John Dailey, City Commissioner Dianne Williams-Cox and Leon County Commissioner Carolyn Cummings. City Commissioner Curtis Richardson along with judges Barbara Hobbs, Monique R i c h a r d s o n a n d Co u n t y Commissioner Bill Proctor also attended the event. With several members of his family, including his two brothers watching, Haynes was presented with a proclamation from the Leon County Commission and a resolution by Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, along with a plaque The proclamation from the county was presented by Cummings who said he is a “one of a kind individual.” She added that Haynes, who is her aide, also “is a person who has so many of the great attributes.” Leon County School Board chair Joy Bowen called the promotion “a great thing that Kappa Alpha Psi has done,” referring to Haynes’ accolades. “His past accomplishments prove to us that he will follow those before him,”. Bowen said. “I cannot wait, Chauncy, to see what you shall yet become. I’m waiting with such anticipation that you will be the

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man that your accomplishments have told us that you are.” Before his installation over the Southern Province, Haynes was vice polemarch of the province for the past six years. He also held multiple positions in the Tallahassee chapter. The Southern Province is one of 12 in the fraternity which has over 600 chapters around the country, Europe and the Caribbean.

C. Rodger Wilson Leadership Conference aynes living 'a dream' fraternity's pol march lair Murraine staffwriter child, Chauncy got some advice m hi o s t l h i e fe r t fo ha r t th ha e s la in s t "fi fi m n t o s d th m a e n e r' , s " or s H g u an a g y g i n z e e a s s e Kappa Alpha Psi y in 1989 while g s p t ' h a T e l s r o t o y K S y a u a lt S n p y d p ta ay a p te a A i a d U l ft p n o e h r i ff a rnity installed him m r s ar ow c S h d ou o o t f f h a e b rnth o e ut P o 1 r r o g 0 v a 0 , n i c l l y ud m ed em fr b a e t rs bro a t n h d at D te o n r d o e � d y t B he . O ce v r e e n Chancy Haynes (right) greets his frat brother Jerome m So a l r o c m h o o n f b th efo e S re ou b t e h i e n r g n in P s r t o a vi ll P e n h d c o e l to . ast b y S u S n t. d Cla ay i a r s Mu po rr le a ine ife, Relera, held a Commissioner Dianne Williams-Cox and Leon County Commissioner Carolyn Cummings. City Car o d m so m n is a s l i o o n n g er w Curt ith is ju R d i g c e h s Barbara Hobbs, Monique Richardson and County Commissioner Bill Proctor also attended the event. ticipation that you will be t p h l e ish m m an ent t s h h at av y e o t ur old a u c s co th m a t you are." Before his installation i o l n e v m c e e r ar , c H t h h a e y o n f S e th s o e u w t p h a r e s o rn v v i i n c c P e e ro p fo v or the past six years. He also held multiple positions in the Tallahassee chapter. hile Haynes took h of office from l B em at ar tle c s h. Jr. H , a a yn fo e r � , have the role of t g nc i th n e c e l i u n s d e th e c s o e n F o d l r o - g l r aran id g a i , , The Bahamas, minican Republic With sev,eral members of his family, including his two brothers watching, Haynes was presented with a proclamation from the Leon County Commission The Southern Province is one of 12 in the fraternity, w t r e o h r p s i e c ar h a o n h u d a n t s d he o th v C e e a r c r o i 6 b u 0 b n 0 e trya c n , h . E a u p ­ One of Haynes’ immediate tasks is to put together an administration, which he said he will do within the next 30 days. His choice of personnel will be topnotched so he could take the province up a notch, he said. “We will work hard,” he said. “We will play hard because achieving is what we do. I want the world to know what we do.” Province. lp from his wife, Relera (left) and Thomas Battles Jr. last Sunday, Channey takes the oath to become polemarch of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity's n Province. Photo by St. Clair Murraine

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celebrating 60 th Anniversary of C. Rodger Wilson Leadership Conference

During a fall weekend each year, each of the twelve Provinces (Regions) of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, serve as hosts of the C. Rodger Wilson Leadership Conference. The C. Rodger Wilson Leadership Conference (CRWLC) as it is presently known, began as the Undergraduate Leadership Conference implemented by Kappa Alpha Psi’s 16 th Grand Polemarch, C. Rodger Wilson.

C. Rodger realized that the Fraternity needed a formalized system by which it could emphasize the theme. It was under this model which the conference was born as a national program in the undergraduate interest. This program would be a school of leadership training and the curriculum would be planned to demonstrate the techniques of leadership and to stimulate the desire to become leaders and to aid them to become better Fraternity men. More specifically, the curriculum would include professional aspects of leadership, scholarship, chapter organization, pledge training, alumni relations, Fraternity songs, history, law and traditions. Although not initially included within the original plans, Guide Right (the Fraternity’s program to serve our youth) eventually became a part of these leadership programs as well. Ini t ial ly, the Undergraduate Leadership Conference was held as a national conference located at one venue on an undergraduate campus, today, the CRWLC is held annually in each Province with the same goal in mind; but now has expanded to educate and train both Alumni and Undergraduate members with professional aspects to effectively execute individual chapter procedures. Following his death, theUndergraduate Leadership Conference was renamed the C. Rodger Wilson Leadership Conference in C. Rodger Wilson’s honor. Kevin Scott, Grand Historian

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The first Undergraduate Leadership Conference was held on August 24, 1961, as part of the Golden AnniversaryGrandChapterMeeting in Indianapolis, IN. 56 Undergraduates from 51 different chapters were in attendance. (Photos shows student participants of the first Undergraduate Leadership Conference). In direct relationship to the conference, “C. Rodger”, as he was affectionately known, coined a phrase in 1957, which we still use today as one of our principle themes, “Training for Leadership”.

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Southern Province exemplifies achievement at 85 th virtual grand chapter meeting

The Phoenix (AZ) Alumni Chapter and the Arizona State University Chapter, the Gamma Iota of Kappa Alpha Psi hosted and welcomed brothers and Silhouettes to the first- ever virtual 85 th Grand Chapter Meeting. This historic commemorative week began on Saturday, July 10 th with the virtual National Student of the Year Competition. Guide Right Award Winners announced were included: Jay Crosby Award [Medium] 2 nd Place - St. Petersburg (FL) Alumni; Bert V. Wadkins Award: [Medium] 1 st Place - Phillip Patterson, Miramar-Pembroke Pines (FL) Alumni; Leon W. Steward Award: 2 nd Place - Andra’ Walters, St. Petersburg (FL) Alumni; High School Student of the Year: 6 th Place - Jaiden Jones, St. Petersburg (FL) Alumni; 9/10 th Grade Student of the Year: 4 th Place - Anthony Henderson II, Miramar-Pembroke Pines (FL) Alumni; Mentor of the Year Award: Garth Albury, St. Petersburg (FL) Alumni; Best Practices Award: Mobile (AL) Alumni; Kappa League TV Awards: Best College Signing Day - Fort Lauderdale (FL) Alumni. The weekend continued with National Sunday of Hope Worship Service and various seminars

regarding health and wellness, insurance, and VA benefits information. The conclave week continued on Wednesday, July 14 th with the official opening at the Public

Meeting and Awards program. Special presentations were given by leaders of the NPHC member organizations.

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The Distinguished Citizen Award was presented to Rufus Glasper, PhD., Michele Halyard, M.D., Cecil B. Patterson, Jr., Warren H. Stewart, Sr., and Barbara H. Whye. Guy Levis Grant Awardees were Elijah C. DeVaughn, Jr. [Theta Iota], Jeremias E. Elston [Alpha Theta], Tre’ R. Jeter [Gamma Nu], Daniel I. Nixon [Omega], Traelon T. Rodgers [Beta Gamma], Michael N. Weaver, Jr. [Alpha Upsilon]. Byron Kenneth Armstrong Awardees were Traelon T. Rodgers [Beta Gamma] Summa Cum Laude, Olufemi A. Olatidoye [Alpha Nu] Summa Cum Laude, Victor O. Agbar [Theta Theta] Magna Cum Laude, Tevyn C. Johnson [Alpha Theta] Magna Cum Laude, Zachary C. Dampier [Rho Sigma] Cum Laude, andElijah C. DeVaughn [Theta Iota] Cum Laude. The Elder Watson Diggs Award was bestowed upon Joseph K. Davis Jr., William H. Fields II, Warren D. Miller, Johnny S. Newman II, and Ronald E. Range. The coveted Laurel Wreath Award was conferred on 31 st Grand Polemarch Dwayne M. Murray, Esq., Cleophus Thomas Jr., General Counsel and Rev. Dr. Howard-John Wesley.

On Thursday, July 15 th , Business Session I commenced with Grand Polemarch Reuben Shelton III, Esq. presiding. Special guests were Past Grand Polemarchs Dr. Ulysses McBride, Robert L. Harris, Howard L. Tutman, Jr., Samuel C. Hamilton, Dwayne Murray, William “Randy” Bates, Jr., and Thomas L. Battles, Jr. Protocol was established and Certification of Credentials was verified. The Agenda and Adoption of Rules was moved, seconded, and accepted for the 85 th Grand Chapter Meeting. Executive Director John F. Burrell introduced the theme of Achievement Then, Achievement Now, Achievement Forever and shared IHQ Mission Statement. Grand Keeper of Records & Exchequer Rhen C. Bass presented the Financial Report stating financial position is “sound” and provided an update noting the chapter insurance premiumwould be $2,950 (Alumni) and $2,400 (Undergraduate) for 2021-2022. Grand Polemarch Shelton went on to present “The State of the Fraternity” declaring that KAY is strong and committed to the 34th Administration theme of “Brother to Brother, Breaking Barriers, Building Bridges”. A break was taken for lunch and Business Session II resumed led by Senior Grand Vice Polemarch Linnes Finney, Jr. Esq.

Special guests were Province Polemarchs & Senior Province Vice Polemarchs. Constitution & Statutes Chairman Clifford Franklin presented recommendations of proposed amendments on behalf of the committee for adoption (incorporated herein by reference) in six categories: Splitting of Grand Keeper of Records & Exchequer roles, Online Virtual Grand Chapter Meeting Attendance, Elimination of Proxy Voting, Province Changes, Financial and Operational Accountability Changes, and Establishment of MVAC as Permanent Commission. Nominating Committee Chairman Chauncy E. Haynes announced candidates for Grand Chapter Officers and the candidates for conferral of the Laurel Wreath at 86 th Grand Chapter Meeting in Tampa, FL. The remaining day of activities included Province Caucuses and the Kappa Alpha Psi Foundation Celebration of Achievement. On Friday, July 16 th , Business Session III was presided over by Junior Grand Vice Polemarch Evan Jackson with Junior Province Vice Polemarchs as special guests. The following Grand Chapter Recognition Awards were presented:

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Edward G. Irvin Undergraduate Chapter of the Year: [Small] Beta Gamma [Medium] Gamma Sigma [Large]Alpha Nu; Founders’ Chapter Advisor Award: [Small] Christopher M. Newsome, Sr. (Beta Gamma) [Medium] Marvin Ray Walker, Gamma Sigma [Large] Thomas E. Sinclair III, Alpha Nu; Paul W. Caine Alumni Chapter of the Year: [Small] Clarksdale (MS) Alumni, [Medium] Kansas City (MO) Alumni, [Large] St. Louis (MO) Alumni; William L. Crump History Award: Glenn J. Labbe, Lafayette (LA) Alumni; Ronald R. Young Website Award: Theta Eta, Port Arthur (TX) Alumni [Small]; New Rochelle White Plains (NY) Alumni [Medium]; and Delta Delta, Jacksonville (FL) Alumni [Large]. Reclamation Award: [Small] Number Reclaimed - Richton Park (IL) Alumni,

Percentage Reclaimed - Waukegan (IL) Alumni Chapter; [Medium] Number Reclaimed - Seattle (WA) Alumni, Percentage Reclaimed - Hendersonville (TN) Alumni; [Large] Number Reclaimed - Southfield (IL) Alumni, Percentage Reclaimed - Hyattsville Landover (MD) Alumni. The day’s activities continued with Province Caucuses and Balloting/Elections. On Saturday, July 17 th , Business Session IV was led by Grand Board of Directors Member Michael N. Weaver, Jr. with Junior Province Vice Polemarchs as special guests.

Elections Committee Chairman Zachary Berry advised of the balloting results as follows: Grand Polemarch - Ruben A. Shelton III.; Sr. Grand Vice Polemarch –Jimmy McMikle; Jr. Grand Vice Polemarch – Myles C. Miller; Grand Keeper of Records & Exchequer – Rhen C. Bass, Sr.; Grand Board of Directors – Clifford D. Franklin, Jwyanza B. Watt, Robert L. Jenkins, Jr., Esq. (Alumni), Lazarius T. Alexander, Khalis E. Hicks,

Austyn D. Lee (Undergraduate); Grand Strategus – Bryce T. Dickerson; Grand Lt. Strategus – Enyinda O. Boms; Grand Historian – Kevin Scott; Grand Chapter Nominating Committee Chairman - Chauncy E. Haynes; Laurel Wreath Nominees – Gregory Jackson, Edward Moore Jr., Amos- León’ Otis approved for conferral at the 86 th Grand Chapter Meeting in Tampa, FL. Samuel C. Hamilton 30 th Grand Polemarch led the installation ceremony.

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Southern Province hosted 71 st virtual Province Council

Theron A. Hightower [Southwestern Province], and Timothy C. Woods [Western Province]. Province Polemarch Orum introduced a video tribute for The Honorable Alcee Hastings, whom recently entered Chapter Invisible, led by Brother Hakeem Jeffries and Kappa members of Congress. A moment of silence was then observed. Grand Polemarch Reuben Shelton III, Esq, brought greetings and shared remarks. Southern Province Keeper of Records Ferguson conducted the roll call and Certification of Delegates after which the Adoption of Rules for the 71 st Southern Province Council were properly moved, seconded and approved. General Counsel Cleophus Thomas presented Risk Management report encouraging chapters to follow an established order of business agenda. Senior Grand Vice Polemarch Linnes Finney, Jr., Esq. presented the Grand Chapter Report highlighting chapter governance and the Required Meeting Minutes Passage Statement to inquire about report any incidents of improper conduct. The 85 th Grand Chapter Meeting will be held virtually on July 13-18, 2021. Introduction of membership dues subscription program through KappaOrg.com for national dues only. Updates were provided on virtual Kappa Kamp [June 29-July 2 and July 26-30, 2021] and

virtual LEAD Kappa [July 18-21, 2021]. Grand Keeper of Records & Exchequer report informed of a solid financial foundation. 33 rd Grand Polemarch Thomas L. Battles, Jr. then presented the Kappa Alpha Psi Foundation report revisiting the January 2020 Capital Campaign kickoff and noting the Brothers 4 Brothers campaign. He then announced the H.H. Holloway Province Scholarship recipients: Jaren Ross [Delta Tau], Keymani Isiadinso [Kappa Kappa], Benjamin Curtis [Eta Nu], Jason Anthony [Eta Chi], and Terrell Byrd [Eta Chi]. He invited brothers to participate in the Celebration of Achievement Gala during 85 th Grand Chapter Meeting in recognition of the 40 th year of the Foundation. He closed by announcing development of the Ralph J. Bryson Endowment. Director of Organizational Effectiveness Jimmy McMikle shared Strategic Plan 2021-2025 with 8 focus areas: Brand Management, Finances, Guide Right, Infrastructure & Operations, Membership Services, Organizational Culture, Training for Leadership, Undergraduate Growth & Development. The session wrapped up with election of officers.

The Southern Province hosted the 71 st Virtual Province Council on April 23-24, 2021. On Friday, April 24 th Session 1 was called to order by Southern Province Polemarch Bertram K. Orum. Special guests included Grand Polemarch Reuben Shelton III, Esq, Senior Grand Vice Polemarch Linnes Finney, Jr. Esq., 30 th Grand Polemarch Samuel C. Hamilton, 32 nd Grand Polemarch William “Randy” Bates, Jr. Esq., 33 rd Grand Polemarch Thomas L. Battles, Jr., Grand Board Member Robert L. Jenkins, Jr., Esq., Grand Board Member Jywanza Watt, Grand Historian Kevin Scott, Province Polemarchs: Kevin D. Kyles [Northern Province], Darren Jordan [East Central Province], Charles E. Exum, Jr. [Eastern Province], Michael F. Brown [Middle Eastern Province], Gerald Hawthorne [Middle Western Province], Byron C. Thornton [North Central Province], Christopher J. Thompkins [Northeastern Province], Kevin D. Kyles [Northern Province], Leonard E. Clemons [South Central Province], E. Delane Rosemond, Esq. [Southeastern Province],

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Session 2 was called to order and led by Senior Province Vice Polemarch Chauncy E. Haynes. Election results where shared as follows for Alumni Board Member: Louis Kelker III (61%) Sherman Larkins, Jr. (39%). A National Guide Right video was presented noting the Centennial of Guide Right in 2022 and the upcoming National Kappa League Conference. Province awards were then announced: Mentor Award: Garth Albury (St. Petersburg Alumni); Social Action/Community Service Award: Miramar-Pembroke Pines Alumni; Bert V. Wadkins Award: Dr. Phillip Patterson (Miramar- Pembroke Pines Alumni) [Medium], JuCorey Calloway (Montgomery Alumni) [Large]; Leon Steward Award: 1 st - A.J. Walters (St. Petersburg Alumni), 2 nd - Donovan Francis (Winter Park Alumni), 3 rd - Kevil Tice (Northport Alumni). Collegiate Student of the Year: Ennis McCorvey IV (Alpha Xi); High School Student of the Year [9 th /10 th Grade]: 1 st - Anthony Henderson II (Miramar-Pembroke Pines Alumni), 2 nd - Sol Montana (St. Petersburg Alumni), 3 rd - Matthew Norward (Miramar-Pembroke Pines Alumni); [11 th /12 th Grade]: 1 st - Jaiden Jones (St. Petersburg Alumni), 2 nd - Noland Lee (Mobile Alumni), 3 rd - Holden Daughtery (Mobile Alumni); Jay Crosby Award: St. Petersburg Alumni [Medium], Mobile Alumni [Large].

Presentations were then given on Achievement Academy, Room to Read [Delta Tau (Miles College) and Gamma Theta (Bethune- Cookman University) selected as Province participants]; March of Dimes, Achievement Commission, and National C. Rodger Wilson Leadership Conference. Junior Province Vice Polemarch (AL) Wi l l iam Brandyburg announced the following awards: Undergraduate Chapter of the Year - Theta Eta [Small], Alpha Xi [Large]; Undergraduate Community Service Chapter of the Year - Theta Eta [Small]; Alumni Chapter of the Year - Sarasota [Small], Miami [Medium], Jacksonville [Large]; Alumni Community Service Chapter of the Year - Sarasota [Small], Miami [Medium], Jacksonville [Large]. Highest Undergraduate Chapter GPA [Fall 2020]: 1 st Place – Gamma Phi [3.7]; 2 nd Place – Iota Chi [3.34]; 3 rd Place – Xi Upsilon [3.18]; Dr. Keflyn X. Reed Undergraduate Academic Scholars [Fall 2020] Jaren Ross [Delta Tau | 4.0]; Keymani Isiadinso [Kappa Kappa | 4.0]; Benjamin Curtis [Eta Nu | 4.0]; Jason Anthony [Eta Chi | 4.0], Terrell Byrd [Eta Chi | 4.0]. Reclamation - Miramar-Pembroke Pines Alumni [Medium], Tampa Alumni [Large]; Undergraduate Ronald R. Young Website of the Year - Theta Eta [Small]; Alumni Ronald R. Young Website of the Year - West Palm Beach [Medium], Jacksonville [Large].

Province Polemarch Orum concluded that 1900 Florida License Plate vouchers were reserved and 119 are for Kappa. He urged brothers to secure vouchers so license plates can be forwarded to production. AMemorial Service was observed in remembrance of all brothers of the Southern Province that passed on to Chapter Invisible led by Dr. Michael Moore. Southern Province Planning Committee Chairman Alfonza Mobley advised of the following: 492 registrants for 71 st Virtual Southern Province Council; 2021 C. Rodger Wilson Leadership Conference and Fal l MTA [November 11-14, 2021 Orlando. FL Rosen Centre Hotel]; Spring 2022 MTA [March 9-13, 2022 Jacksonville, FL Hyatt Regency]; 72 nd Southern Province Council [April 6-10, 2022 Huntsville, AL]; 73 rd Southern Province Council [2023 Birmingham, AL]; 74 th Southern Province Council [2024 Montgomery, AL]; 75 th Southern Province Council [2025 Jacksonville, FL]. A Health and Wellness report was then provided by Dr. Hernando Carter. Southern Province Polemarch Orum delivered the State of the Southern Province address after being introduced by his son Brandon Orum asserting the Province continues to be strong and able to sustain the Legacy of Achievement despite the challenges due to the coronavirus.

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He stated there is hope on the horizon as vaccines are widely available and encouraged brothers to get vaccinated. He acknowledged Dr. Ralph J. Bryson celebrating his 99th birthday recently. He reflected that the Province has had its share of challenges, but able to press onward as the province influence has been instrumental in health and wellness, prayer devotionals, hosting virtual Student of the Year Competition, establishment of the Dr. Ralph J. Bryson Endowment with two scholarships to be awarded annually to a high school senior and Undergraduate Sophomore/Junior. He cautioned brothers to be mindful to use technology and not let technology use us. He went on to proclaim in order to protect the voting rights of all Americans we must stand united to make a change

and have the same conviction that our Founders demonstrated at Indiana University. He concluded by declaring Southern Province remains the “benchmark of Success and Achievement throughout all of Kappa Alpha Psi”. The session continued with Keeper of Records Cleveland Ferguson III providing the 70 th Southern Province Council report and Keeper of Exchequer Ralph Altice presenting the Financial Report for the year 2020 and proposing a dues increase for next year. The Accountant’s Review Report by Province Auditor John Grayson followed and the installation ceremony was led by 33 rd Grand Polemarch Thomas L. Battles, Jr.

Closing remarks were brought forth by Province Polemarch Orum recommending the Province endorse and support 8 th Southern Province Polemarch Ronald E. Range for the Elder Watson Diggs Award at the 85 th Grand Chapter Meeting. It was properly moved, seconded and approved. The Council concluded with prayer by Dr. Michael Moore and session for Advisor Training Certification.

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Jacksonville (FL) Alumni and Foundation Hosts 26 th Annual Charity Golf Tournament

students in pursuing post-secondary and graduate degrees. Attendees and sponsors of the charity golf tournament have helped the foundation provide over $400,000 in scholarships to date.

The Kappa Alpha Psi Jacksonville Foundation, Inc. in partnership with the JacksonvilleAlumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. hosted their 26th Annual Charity Golf Tournament on Saturday, April 3, 2021 at the Slammer & Squire Golf Course at the World Golf Village in St. Augustine, FL. Over 130 players attended this charitable initiative raising approximately $40,000 in net proceeds to benefit scholarship programs for students in the Jacksonville Metropolitan Statistical Area. These funds were awarded to the 2021 Kappa Scholars in collaboration with the William and Betty Cody Foundation, Inc. The tournament was a four-person, best ball scramble. In addition to recognizing the tournament’s top finishers, there were contests for the longest drive, closest to the pin, and opportunities to win a car with a hole-in-one and other hole-in-one prizes and raffles. Participants were able to bid in a silent auction and treated to a lunch. Since its founding in 1994, The Kappa Alpha Psi Jacksonville Foundation, Inc. has hosted a charity golf tournament to primarily fund scholarships to assist local qualified

7 th Southern Province Polemarch and 91 st Elder Watson Diggs Awardee Dr. Frank S. Emanuel with 32 nd Jacksonville Alumni Polemarch and Past Vice President of Kappa Alpha Psi Jacksonville Foundation Dr. William L. Cody

Kappa League Welcomes Former Member and Inducts NewMembers

The April Virtual Kappa League Meeting was held on Sunday, April 18th at 3pm. A virtual Induction Ceremony took place welcoming eight new Kappa League member into the chapter. Former Kappa League member Malcom Chapman was the special guest speaker pouring words of wisdom into the Kappa Leaguers recounting “The Hero’s Journey” of answering the call to adventure, learning lessons through trials, and returning home changed based on those experiences. Chapman is a native of Jacksonville, Florida and 2016 graduate of the University of Central Florida with

a Bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Sciences. He is currently in his last year of a dual-degree MD/ MBA at the University of North Carolina and plans to specialize in internal medicine. He is a Spring 2016 initiate of the Lambda Omega Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi. Malcom Chapman provides words of wisdom to Kappa League members

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Donates $2,000 to Sulzbacher Center’s Urban Rest Stop

The annual Kappa League Senior Signing Day, showcasing the Class of 2021 Kappa League members, was held on Sunday, May 23rd. Senior Kappa Leaguers Tristen Riley will be attending Bryant University majoring in Global Chain Management; MalikWatkins will be attendingAlabamaA&MUniversity majoring in Civil Engineering and Construction Management; Rodney Wells II will be attending Florida State University majoring in Political Science; Noah Ellison will be attending Jacksonville University majoring in Journalism; and Ramon Edwards will be attending Florida A&M University majoring in Business. Kappa League Hosts Senior Signing Day

Members of Jacksonville (FL) Alumni Chapter present contribution to Sulzbacher Center President and CEO Cindy Funkhouser (center)

The Jacksonville (FL) Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. in partnership with the Kappa Alpha Psi Jacksonville Foundation, Inc. donated $2,000 to the Sulzbacher Center’s Urban Rest Stop on May 19, 2021. The contribution was the suggestion of the chapter Senior Kappas committee as their community- service project to help combat the issues of homelessness in the Greater Jacksonville Community, advancing the agency’s mission “to empower homeless and at-risk women, children and men through health, housing and income services, thereby, restoring hope and self- sufficiency.” The awarded funds were presented in recognition of the fraternity’s Senior Kappa Week (May 17-23, 2021).

“The COVID-19 pandemic has become a reality to so many, forcing these individuals into homelessness. This daytime service provided for the growing number of the homeless in the City has been needed for decades,” said Senior Kappa Committee chairmanAlonzo Batson, Jr. The Urban Rest Stop, located within the Sulzbacher Center, supports over 400 homeless men and women during the day in downtown Jacksonville. The facility provides comprehensive services for the homeless five days a week. These services allow the participants to take showers safely, to wash and dry their clothes, to get hot meals, and in addition, to receive dental, mental and physical health treatments. The homeless also receive employment assistance, mailboxes and shelter placement.

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Brandon Mack

On July 24, 2021 the Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp, a Miami Marlins AAAAffiliate, recognized Brandon Mack as a “Community Hero” at their game highlighting Negro League Baseball and the National Pan-Hellenic Council. The Community Heroes recognition was created by Minor League Baseball and Stouffers to honor individuals who are making a major impact in their communities. Mack previously served as the Volunteer Recruiter for the Guardian ad Litem program which utilizes community volunteers to advocate on behalf of abused, abandoned, and neglected children and as the Program Coordinator for One Church One Child of Florida where he recruited prospective foster and adoptive parents for children in foster care. Currently, he serves as the Director of Partnerships and Community Outreach for Duval County Public Schools where he handles the district’s community engagement efforts, community partnerships, volunteer management, and special projects for all local schools as well as the district. Much of his time is spent developing and managing relationships with faith-based, business, and other

Brandon Mack featured as Community Hero at Jacksonville Jumbo Shrimp baseball game

community partners, leveraging those relationships to support and expand services to students, staff, and schools. Mack also serves as the Director of the Guide Right Program for the Jacksonville Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc., mentoring and preparing our next generation of leaders. He is a board member of the Arlington Council of the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce, where he is both the Program Chair and Education Committee Chair, the Kappa Alpha Psi Jacksonville Foundation, and the Gamma Beta Boule Foundation. He is also a member of the Jacksonville Urban League’s Advisory Committee for Community Prevention and Intervention Programs addressing youth and community violence through prevention and a recent graduate of the Leadership Jacksonville Class of 2021. He possesses a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Mass Communications with a concentration in Public Relations from Claflin University in Orangeburg, SC, and a

Master of Arts Degree in Public Administration from the University of North Florida. Mack takes pride in serving his community and doing his part to ensure that local students have access to the resources and opportunities necessary to be successful.

Cheatham named eWU director of campus ministry

Rev. Claude D. Cheatham II

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Guns Appointed Dean at Virginia Union University

situations overcome their struggles. One of his earliest groundbreaking outreach foundations is entitled Operation Save Our Sons, a national movement to work with young African-American men designed to equip them with the tools and education to navigate through life dealing with issues such as the workforce, avoiding teen parenthood, and handling law and authority. Dr. Guns graduated Cum Laude with a bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Norfolk State University, a Master of Divinity and a Doctorate of Ministry (DMIN) fromVirginia Union University. His research seeks to create a discipleship model for parents and measure parents’ impact on their children through intentional nurturing of the Christian faith.

Dr. John E. Guns was appointed Dean of the Samuel DeWitt Proctor School of Theology at Virginia Union University. He is a graduate and former adjunct professor of the school and held the position of Dean in a similar role at the School of Theology for Knoxville College in Knoxville, Tennessee.

Guns is a Spring 1983 initiate of the Virginia Tech University, the Theta Psi of Kappa Alpha Psi and a member of the Jacksonville Alumni Chapter. He is the Senior Pastor of the St. Paul Church of Jacksonville and in that role, he has made it his priority to help the youth and those in less fortunate

Riggins named 2021 FloridaA&M University Sports Hall of Fame Inductee

Dr. Ephraim Riggins, PharmD was selected to be inducted into the 2021 FloridaA&MUniversity Sports Hall of Fame for his collegiate sport of baseball. The induction ceremony will take place at the Al Lawson Center on the campus of Florida A&M University on September 10, 2021 at 7:00pm in Tallahassee Florida.

Riggins is a Life Member of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc., Life Member of the Southern Province, and formerAssociate Vice Polemarch and Board Member of the JacksonvilleAlumni Chapter. He currently serves as the Secretary of the Kappa Alpha Psi Jacksonville Foundation, Inc.

Dr. Ephraim Riggins, PharmD

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KappaAlpha Psi Jacksonville Foundation awards $20,000 in scholarships

The Kappa Alpha Psi Jacksonville Foundation, Inc. in partnership with the William and Betty Cody Foundation awarded ten $2,000 scholarships to graduating seniors in the Jacksonville metropolitan statistical area for their scholastic achievement during the 2020-2021 academic school year seeking to continue their education at an accredited college or university. Due to the generosity of donors, contributors and sponsors, the foundation has provided nearly $400,000 in scholarships to date.

Kappa Alpha Psi Jacksonville Foundation, Inc. 2021 Scholars

completion of the camp to measure the program’s impact. The College EssayWorkshop was a high-impact online course to assist students to complete a “Common App” college essay. Students also created a personal assessment profile, resume development, personal goal statement, and a college application activity worksheet. Kappa League members to attend Kappa Kamp sponsors

The Kappa Alpha Psi Jacksonville Foundation, Inc. sponsored two Kappa League members, Kaydin Mitchell and Joshua Delphonse, for the virtual Kappa Kamp Leadership Program with an emphasis on SAT/ ACT test preparation and essay writing. Students had access to an ACT diagnostic workshop, a college and career ready assessment receiving an individualized profile, ACT Section Prep Review based on results of diagnostic exams and were encouraged to take a follow- up ACT diagnostic exam upon

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provides Gifts to class of 2021

Female graduates received a copy of “Kamala’sWay: AnAmerican Life,” a revelatory biography of the first African-American vice president of the United States. Each book was adorned with a specialized keepsake bookmark. The 600 books were presented this past spring at each school’s graduat ion ceremony wi th representatives from the fraternity and the foundation present.

The Jacksonville Alumni Chapter of KappaAlpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. and Kappa Alpha Psi Jacksonville Foundation, Inc. partnered once again to present gifts to the 2021 graduating classes of Jean Ribault High School andWilliamM. Raines High School.

The male graduates of each school received a copy of “Breakin’Cycles: The Power of My Testimony” by Tony V. Bunion, Jr., which is a personal account of how God saved him from his own bad decisions and how he was able to break generations of family dysfunction.

Jacksonville (FL) Alumni Chapter Members at William M. Raines High Commencement Ceremony

Hosts COVID-19 and flu vaccination drive

The Kappa Alpha Psi Jacksonville Foundation, Inc. invited Jacksonville residents to receive a COVID-19 and/or the flu shot from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Saturday, August 14 at the Memorial House. The Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson vaccines were administered by Harvey’s Supermarkets pharmacists. Those who received a vaccine were provided a $10 Southeastern Grocers gift card. Florida Blue was also onsite to share benefits and enrollment opportunities for the Affordable Care Act also known as Obamacare.

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miami (FL) Alumni Sponsors First Responder Relief Drive

First responders from all over the country came on a moment’s notice on July 3, 2021 to the aid of the South Florida Community during to help with rescue and recovery of the victims of the Champlain condo collapse in Surfside, just north of Miami Beach, FL. The Miami Alumni Chapter teams with the “Footprints Across Haiti” Corporation in collecting relief supplies for the first responders of the building collapse in Surfside, FL. We collected non-perishable items such as canned tuna, chicken, bottled water, re-hydrating sports drinks, and protein bars. The Miami Alumni Chapter collected over 50 cases of water and sports drinks. Additionally, personal hygiene items such as socks, towels, toothbrushes, combs, and toothpaste were collected. Footprints Across Haiti is a non- profit organization founded in 2011 by Keith Harrell (Miami Alumni 2006) to provide compassionate care to those in need at home and around the world. Over the years, the organization has spear-headed relief efforts for Haiti earthquake victims, school supplies, the homeless, and domestic violence victims.

Members of the Miami (FL) Alumni Chapter with Footprints Across Haiti President Keith Harrell

Williams Named Principal of Miami Carol City Senior High

Kenneth L. Williams

On July 28, 2021 in a ceremony on campus, Past Miami Alumni Polemarch and FAMU alumnus, Kenneth L. Williams (Miami Alumni 1996) was introduced as Principal of Miami Carol City Senior High School.

Life Member Williams has over 25 years of experience as an educator and previously served as the principal of Andover Middle School for four years.

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