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                          ***  Talent Hunt 2019 Saturday March 16th, 2019  ***


Auditions are done! We have a great line-up of talent students ready to perform! All we need now is YOU!  Please come out and watch these exciting performing arts students demonstrate their artistry!

The Talent Hunt 2019 program will be held on Saturday March 16th, 2019 at the Charles H. Flowers High School @ 1:00pm EST.  This event is FREE to the general public! 
 
For more information or details please email 'talenthunt@capitalregionques.org'.

  *** Special intermission performance by jazz artist and performing arts judge, Mr. Willie Bradley ***

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PROGRAM GUIDE ADVERTISEMENT OPPORTUNITY

We are conducting an advertising campaign to support the Talent Hunt 2019 Program Guide.  Ads for the program guide are available in full page color for $100.00 and half-page color for $50.00. Please click the following link to purchase ad..
 
 Talent Hunt 2019

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER TO AUDITION ON SATURDAY FEBRUARY 16th, 2019 (CLOSED. Auditions Finished)

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER TO AUDITION ON SATURDAY FEBRUARY 23rd, 2019 (CLOSED. Auditions Finished)



            2019 Colonel Charles E. Young Memorial Scholarship Opportunity


           ATTENTION HIGH SCHOOL SENIORS!! Colonel Charles Young Scholarship

 

The Lambda Gamma Gamma Chapter (LGG) of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., in conjunction with The Uplift Foundation, is soliciting your participation in our annual Colonel Charles Young Memorial Scholarship Contest.

Students interested in competing for the scholarships must download and complete the scholarship application. 

All applications must be postmarked (date stamped by the post office, no exceptions)  to the Scholarship Committee by April 22, 2019.

Please click here get more details & download the scholarship application.

For more information, please email Bro. Lawrence Shaw at 'scholarship@capitalregionques.org' or contact via mobile at 202-641-0424





                CCEY Scholarship Opportunity


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                          2018 CCEY HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLARSHIP AWARDEES

 




CEY 2018 Scholarship Winners

Above is the High School Level scholarship award ceremony from August 2018 during our annual QBQ Patron Appreciation cook out.  As a chapter LGG awards approximately $30, 000 in scholarships annually. The picture has the students in the middle flanked to the right to left and by Bro Andre Debose, Uplift Foundation President, Bro Lawrence Shaw, Scholarship Committee Chairmen and Bro Reggie Vance, LGG Chapter Vice Basileus, in the middle.



                2018 CONTINUING EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIP AWARDEES



Below is a listing of the 2018 Continuing Education Scholarship Awardees and the colleges they are attending.

Your support for our chapter events is appreciated and serves as a vital instrument in success of our annual Colonel Charles Young Memorial Scholarship program:        


Continuing Education                                Awardees College/University

Diamond Hodo                                            Bowie State University

Brittany Elliott                                              North Carolina A & T State University

Symone Richardson                                    Duquesne University

Simone Convert                                          Bowie State University

Lauryn Shaw                                               Towson University

Haylee Waldrond                                        Virginia Commonwealth University

Gary Wood                                                 North Carolina Central University

Lionel Taylor                                               Bowie State University

Chauncey Copeland                                  Norfolk State University

Markel Gale                                               Towson University

Mariah Stewart                                          Tuskegee University

Alton Benson                                             Hampton University