Shreveport Louisiana Westin Hotel
The Alpha Phi Alpha Brotherhood is holding its Southwest Regional Conference this weekend at the Renaissance Tulsa Hotel. The Black and Golden will conquer downtown Shreveport when Alpha Pi Alpha members gather for the Brotherhood's SouthWestern Regional Convention, which kicks off its annual conference, which is made up of members from Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas who have joined the Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity.
The Brothers of Kappa Alpha Psi will hold the conference in Shreveport, with the Brothers of the Student Union selected to represent the regional leadership of that fraternity. The Brotherhood will also hold an event entitled "Save Your Son," with mentorship as the focus of the Southwestern Regional Conference of the Alpha Phi Alpha Brotherhood.
The Delta Epsilon Lambda Chapter is partnering with Bowl for Kids' Sake, and the Southwest Regional Vice President is from Lake Charles and is officially employed as Southwestern Regional President of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, Incorporated. At first it was an organized literary and social science club, but later it developed into the largest and most successful chapter of its kind in the USA, which has been founded to this day.
At the Eastern Regional Convention, Brother Logan spoke about the racial climate of the time and his experiences as a member of Delta Epsilon Lambda. The first intercollegiate Greek fraternity for African Americans was founded at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York, by seven college men who recognized the need for racial equality in their communities. First, the Brotherhood served minorities who were confronted with racial prejudice in educational and social terms. Bob was elected to the Board of Directors of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) in the early 1970s and has been a board member, active member and president of several local chapters for over 30 years.
As a member of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME), he continues to make contributions to the community of Shreveport, Louisiana and surrounding areas.
The Jewel of the Founders often reminds us to ensure that the Alpha Men develop trained leaders who can deliver results on the issues facing the Brotherhood and our community. Brother Jackson has been at the forefront, leading others and working on issues that are important to our organization. We are therefore looking for men who can promote and expand their knowledge and expertise in the fields of education, health and social justice.
He has been a supporter of the March for Babies for more than a decade, raising more than $47,000 for March of Dimes in his decade with them.
Chicon St. will be back in the Southwest for the second annual community day, and our Chapter Brothers represent the SW region. As the Omicron Eta Lambda Chapter celebrates its 50th anniversary, we are proud to continue to expand our service and influence to the community in Washington, DC. The speaker on this occasion is Dr. John E. Chicon Jr., President of the Chapter and founder of Chico St., and his wife.
This year's conference will take place February 14-16, 2015 at the Shreveport - Louisiana Westin Hotel in St. Louis, Louisiana. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. is developing its annual conference for the weekend of March 2-9, 2020. Applications can be found at the Winter Board of Directors meeting of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc., which is held at our national headquarters in Baltimore, MD. Please inform us by 2 March 2015 of your potential commitment and provide us with your name, address, telephone number and the name of your student association.
The shipyard has approached the fraternities and is in the process of approaching them and giving interviews. The Yard is a nonprofit organization that works with the community to help the homeless people of Austin, who are braving the cold and rain that have led many to seek shelter on the streets of Austin, Texas, in search of food, shelter and other necessities.
The procedures for the registration of delegates will be provided in the next weeks until the introduction of Alphanet 2.0.
The chapter asks potential donors to bring the following items listed in the flyer on Monday, September 7, to the Shreveport - Louisiana Westin Hotel in Shrewsport, Louisiana. A copy is filed with the Louisiana Chapter of Alphanet, a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit founded in December 2001, and the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (ASPC), founded by Dr. John W. Davenport and his wife, L.D.
It has 107 rooms, a fully equipped kitchen, 66 rooms with private balconies and offers a variety of amenities including indoor and outdoor pools, fitness centers, spa and fitness center, outdoor pool and tennis courts. Leisure facilities include an air-conditioned racquetball court, an indoor pool, a sports hall, a tennis court and an indoor pool. It features a full-service restaurant, bar and hair salon, indoor and outdoor gym and outdoor terrace with outdoor seating for up to 30 people.