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Pancake Breakfast Scholarship Fundraiser - August 4th, 2018

Patrons, family, and friends please come out and join us as we host our Pancake Breakfast buffet fundraiser in support of our Colonel Charles E. Young Scholarship Program.

The breakfast will be hosted at the American Legion Post 275 facility located at 8201 Martin Luther King Jr. Highway in Glenarden,Maryland.   The event will be held from 8:30am until 11:30am on Saturday August 4th, 2018.

The breakfast buffet will consist of:
Pancakes, Eggs (scrambled), Pork & Turkey Sausage, Bacon,
Scrapple, Grits, Home Fried Potatoes, Fried Apples, Toast, Biscuits,
Orange Juice, Coffee, Water.

Pricing for the breakfast buffet is $15.00 for adults and $10.00 for children (12 years and under).  Reservation/tickets can be purchased online below
by clicking the "Reserve Breakfast" button below:

Reserve Breakfast

If you would like to simply  make a donation to our UPLIFT Foundation/Colonel Charles E. Young Scholarship program then please click the "Donate" button below:

DONATE! (Scholarship Fund)

For more information, please contact Bro. Reggie Harris at 301.452.7724 or via email to 'lgg99que@gmail.com'. 

We look forward to having breakast with you!
                                                                
              
Pancake Breakfast Scholarship Fundraiser 2018 
 

Q-B-Q Patron Cookout!!  SAVE THE DATE - Saturday August 11th, 2018

 
         Save The Date - QBQ 2018



   Colonel Charles Young Scholarship 2018


Colonel Charles Young Scholarship Congratulations to the 2017 High School and Continuing Education level scholarship awardees!  Please CLICK HERE to view our 2017 scholarship recipients. The scholarships were awarded based on GPA, Extracurricular Activities and a graded  essay assignment.

The 2018 Colonel Charles Young Memorial Scholarship contest is now underway.  The topic for this year is: 

"The 15th Amendment of 1870 granted African American men the right to vote!  The Voting Rights Act of 1965 removed barrier allowing the majority of African Americans in the South to vote. The 19th Amendment of 1920 granted American women the right to vote.

According to the Center for American Women and Politics, woman ages 18-24 only had a 46% participation rate in 2016 and woman participation overall dropped  from 63.7% in 2012 to 63.3% in the 2016 Presidential Election. African American’s voter participation fell, according to the US Census Bureau, to 59.6 in 2016 from 66.6% in 2012. The right to vote was a struggle for both groups to earn. In a 800 to 1200 word paper please:

(1) Offer some historical accounts on the struggle for Women and African Americans to earn the right to vote.

(2) Identify what you see as the primary causes for the recent drop by both groups and what recommendations can you offer to help prevent future voter participation decline?"


Submission for the 2018 CCEY Scholarship application was closed on the deadline of April 16th, 2018

The Colonel Charles E. Young Memorial Scholarship Continuing Education (CE) application is available for those seeking continuing education scholarship monies.  The criteria and information application can be downloaded here CCYMS Continuing Education Application 2018The deadline for Continuing Education application submission is June 13th, 2018.

If you have questions regarding the scholarship contest please email "LGGOPPScholarshipCommittee@gmail.com'.

Again, congratulations to the 2017 awardees!



Say Cheese!....

A picture with the High School Level scholarship award ceremony from this past July during our annual QBQ cook out.  As a chapter, LGG awards approximately $30,000 in scholarships annually. The picture has the students in the middle flanked to the left and right by Bro. Michael Coward, LGG Basileus and Bro Lawrence Shaw, Scholarship Committee Chair.


View the entire list of awardees:
College/University recipients

  2nd DISTRICT TALENT HUNT 2018 WINNERS!          


70th Second District Talent Hunt Winners!

Lambda Gamma Gamma Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. (Fort Meade, MD) would like congratulation our local Talent Hunt 2018 winners/contestants on their participation and contest & category wins during the 70th Second District Conference Talent Hunt program which was held on Saturday April 28th, 2018 at the Hippodrome Theater in Baltimore, Maryland.

Jafre Chase won 2nd place in the Classical Instrumental category with his viola performance of Johann Bach's Suite #2 Prelude.  Jafre is a junior and performing arts student at the Baltimore School of the Arts. 

Marisa Guy won 1st place in the Visual Arts category.  Marisa submitted several pieces of her "Black Family" collection.  Marisa is a senior also at the Baltimore School of the Arts and has been awarded a full academic scholarship to attend St. Mary's University in the fall of 2018.   Both winners received participation, trophy, and monetary awards.

Congratulations Jafre and Marisa!

Photos of the event can be found here on the website by clicking 70th Second District Talent Hunt Contest Photos.

Have questions or wish to support our Talent Hunt Program? Please contact the Talent Hunt committee chair Bro. Antonio Ferguson via email ‘hurricane9que@hotmail.com’ or mobile/text 410.963.4463

Talent Hunt 2018 Info Page


Jafre Chase Viola

2nd District Talent Hunt Winners


Welcome to the Capital Region Que Homepage

 

Welcome to the Capital Region Ques Website!Welcome to the official website of the Lambda Gamma Gamma chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Incorporated.  Brother Michael Coward (Lambda Beta Beta, 1996) is the current Basileus of the chapter affectionately known as LGG among fraternity brothers, friends and followers.  We are currently the second largest (active financial members) chapter in the fraternity and proudly represent a mix of civilian, active duty, reserve & National Guard, and retired military fraternity members.  read more....

 

Lambda Gamma Gamma was formed in 1984 and has facilitated a total of 17 chapter leaders known in Omega dialogue as Basileus after the Greek word symbolizing leader of people among nations.



Want To Help?  Donate To Our Scholarship Fund - Here's How 

 
The Colonel Charles E. Young Scholarship Drive provides resources to the Uplift Foundation, 501(c) 3, with assistant from the Lambda Gamma Gamma Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. We award over $30,000 in scholarships annually to young men and women in the District of Columbia, Maryland, and Virginia areas to attend universities throughout the US.  Please support our youth by providing a tax deductible eligible donation to the Uplift Foundation today.
 



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