By Josiah George Outlook writer The food was good. So was the cause. Stands the reason hundreds of people anxiously flocked to get into the Pavilion Center last Saturday. While folks enjoyed the variety of dishes, they also contributed to the Delta Kappa Omega scholarship drive for another year.
By St. Clair Murraine Outlook staff writer Jeremiah Medine was one of the first boys to walk into a room at Riley Elementary School where a table was packed with books, while three barbers waited. Medine strolled over to the one of the barber’s chair for a free hair cut.
Special to the Outlook Tallahassee Links hosted over 350 guests at its Ninth Annual Links Beautillion white tie formal presentation held this month, at Al Lawson Multipurpose Center where 19 local high school seniors were celebrated, presented to the community and received more than $13,000 in scholarship awards. The
Special to the Outlook The Tallahassee Chapters of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. got together to uphold an Omega tradition and fulfill one of the Fraternity’s mandated programs. Achievement Week has a long rich history amongst the men of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. Carter G. Woodson
Special to the Outlook It was a reunion Grace Nelson looked forward to. The brunch with old friends in Tallahassee was a welcomed stop through the panhandle in July. The wife of US Senator Bill Nelson has quite a following throughout the state brought about by her curiosity, quick wit
By Larry Harris Special to the Outlook The morning of Aug. 13 members of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. took time out to welcome students and faculty back to Bond Elementary School in Tallahassee. The members of the Chi Omega Chapter and members of the Upsilon Psi Chapter
By Dianne Williams-Cox Special to the Outlook On Saturday between 9 and 11:30 a.m., the Cancer Knockout Foundation will host a Cancer Symposium at the Sittig Hall Conference Center, located at 301 S. Bronough Street, next to Harry’s Restaurant in Kleman Plaza. The symposium is being held to
Special to the Outlook Thirty-two outstanding young people in grades 6 through 10, from the Big Bend area, assembled at Bethel Family Life Center at 406 Bronough St. in Tallahassee for a variety of challenging, but interesting projects. The 2018 Summer STEM Camp was sponsored by BUC Technologies, LLC of
By Taylor D. Duckett Special to the Outlook Preparation precedes presentation and elevation, a principle often taught to the young men of the Omega Lamplighters program. When an unexpected opportunity presented itself, the Lamplighters step team (known as the Light Team) were charged up and ready to shine.
By Larry Harris Special to the Outlook The Omega Lamplighters held its 7th Annual Scholarship and Recognition Banquet on May 12 at the Grand Ball Room on Florida A&M campus. The theme of the night was “A Night with the Stars”. The Omega Lamplighters program has clearly defined the value,