June 2012

Greetings Brothers and Visitors,

On behalf of the Macon-Warner Robins Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity,Incorporated, I welcome you to our humble abode. On March 6th, 1950 our chapter was founded as the Fort Valley Alumni Chapter in Fort Valley, Georgia, and continues to increase the advancement of “Achievement” and brotherhood in the middle Georgia area over 60 years later.  Collaboratively working with the “Diamonds On Our Mind” Foundation (501 (c ) 3), the Macon-Warner Robins Alumni has annually provided assistance to the community through the awarding of scholarships to area high school graduates, enriching, empowering and mentoring our over 80+ Guide Right Kappa Leaguers from the cities of Fort Valley, Macon, Milledgeville and Warner Robins and through various other philanthropic endeavors. The Chapter was also recognized as the 3rd largest Alumni contributor to the Sunday of Hope from the Southeastern Province for the 2008-2009 fraternal year. The chapter celebrated it’s 15th Anniversary of Fraternity House ownership in 2012. Our home is located in historic Macon, Georgia. If you ever find yourself traveling through or visiting the middle Georgia area, please feel free to contact us. Our fraternity house is located at 2080 Napier Avenue and we meet every 2nd Tuesday of the month throughout the year. While we have achieved many accolades over the years, we cannot rest on our laurels and continue to work toward ACHIEVEMENT of our lofty goals for the 2012-2013 fraternal years by creating inspiration through aligning with the Thirty Second Administration’s theme: “100 Years and Building: The Journey Continues”in the Middle Georgia area.

 

2012-2013 Goals of the Macon-Warner Robins Alumni

1.To support the Grand Polemarch Bates motto to “100 Years and Building: The Journey Continues” through continued support of National Programs such as “Diamonds in the Rough”, Piney Woods, Kappa Kamp and the Undergraduate Leadership Institute to name a few.

2. To create an even more cohesive and engaging Kappa League organization with increased involvement from the collegiate and Alumni members in collaboration with the parents and area high schools.

3. To increase the chapter membership to a minimum of 50 brothers through reclamation of inactive members in the area, retention of the current members and initiation of professional, dedicated new members.

4. To ensure that chapter has continued representation on Provincial and National Committees within the Fraternity

5. To ensure that the upkeep and maintenance of the fraternity house remains a major priority; with the goal of having the exterior of the house updated with siding as well as to have some cosmetic changes completed within the interior.

Yours in the Bond,
Gregory Dinkins
Polemarch, Macon-Warner Robins Alumni

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