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Monthly Newsletter

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Editor: Jason Clark

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January 2014

WHATS INSIDE Presidents Message - pg2

Chapter Info - pg8

Calendar of Events - pg4

Community Service - pg9

ML Holiday Social - pg6

Reflections - pg10

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Every month I get the distinct pleasure of writing a presidential message to the chapter. Based upon research and conversation – brothers wanted specifics of how Mu Lambda reclaims and retains its brothers. In this issue I would like to address Mu Lambda’s approach to reclaiming and retaining its brothers - dues, reclamation, community service, social activities, working with others, and retention. While Mu Lambda’s dues are no secret because of monthly publication in the Torch – it is only fair to let brothers know how the dues go far beyond the nominal amount assessed. Let’s start with the fact Mu Lambda is one of the few chapters in Alpha with a house. Part of your dues support the valuable piece of real estate valued at approximately $1.5 million. While some chapters charge for the repast - there is no extra charge for the hot monthly repast, equivalent to food served at some three and four star restaurants. The house is the central location for the weekly meetings of the young scholars of the Henry Arthur Callis Academy. Your dues also allow the young men to receive a full hot meal every week. Don’t ignore the annual

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contribution to the NAACP, National Urban League, March for Babies, and Big Brothers Big Sisters. Your dues assisted with providing approximately 500 box lunches for those participating in the 2013 March on Washington. Mu Lambda consistently sponsors two to three young men for the Leadership Development Program at no charge to the families. Mu Lambda partnered with Phyllis Jones of Annapolis Maryland – as a result of the partnership and contributions

from Mu Lambda’s dues, 357 homeless residents of the District of Columbia were fed on Christmas morning. In addition to food, those less fortunate were provided new blankets, scarfs, and gloves (pg8). Your dues assisted in making Christmas enjoyable for less fortunate youth (pg8). Mu Lambda awarded approximately $20,000 in scholarships in calendar year 2013 to young African American students. So when someone asks about Mu

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Lambda’s dues, tell them to look at the Torch and see how you are continuing to make a difference in DC since 1923. While brothers should know how their financial resources benefit the communities we serve – brothers should also know Mu Lambda provides manpower. We worked with the District of Columbia Child and Family Services (pg9). Please review prior issues of the Torch to recap a minimum of 15 community service events since August 2013. Don’t be confused – Mu Lambda works hard and still finds time to socialize. We hosted several free social events for brothers and the community. There was the clean the block initiative which consisted of cleaning the neighborhood surrounding the house, with a free barbeque and school supply give away to the community. There was no charge for Sunday football reclamation efforts. The holiday social was free to brothers and guests (pg6,7). We all enjoyed the Congressional Black Caucus social event co-sponsored with Brother Orange. Mu Lambda was host to the DC National Pan Hellenic Council holiday social (pg15) and the Alpha Wives holiday social (pg14). Nullam arcu leo, facilisis ut


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Reclamation – Mu Lambda through the efforts of Brother Timothy Fitzgerald, membership chair, has added 16 brothers to its rolls: Todd Allen; Kent Benjamin; Ronald Braxton; M. Christopher Brown II; Charles Burt; Anthony Campbell; Jade Davis; James Garland; Harold Lyons; Vernon Oakes; Kerry Pearson; David Scruggs; Wallace Charles Smith; Charles Smith Washington; Jon Michael Washington; and Justin Zimmerman. Mu Lambda cares about its brothers. Two of Mu Lambda’s Brothers have made recent international trips. Brother Coy Lindsay to South Africa (pg10) and Brother Keith Hinnant to China (pg11)

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works closely with Beta and its programs. We supported Omicron Lambda Alpha summer picnic and founders’ day event. We supported Omicron Eta Lambda during its health initiative and founders’ day event. We supported Eta Eta Lambda during its crab feast and summer boat ride. We supported Pi Upsilon Lambda during its chartering day event and Men who cook fundraiser. We will be supporting Delta Lambda and Brother Keith Haynes on January 27, 2014 (see your current page 16). Mu Lambda also had approximately 80 brothers in attendance at the MAAC founders’ day event (pg13).

Mu Lambda brothers were concerned about their health, so we joined the AARP black male fitness challenge competing against Kappa Alpha Psi, Omega Psi Phi, and 100 Black Men. Mu Lambda finished in first place (pg10). I still like the idea – “the family that prays together stays together.” The brothers held a day of worship on December 8th, where I had the opportunity to observe Brother Jason Clark play the saxophone.

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annual black tie gala (Saturday, April 5, 2014). Mu Lambda assigned a blue ribbon task force chaired by Brother LeRoy Lowery, immediate past chapter president and former Eastern Region Vice President. The task force interviewed former brothers who entered Alpha through Mu Lambda chapter. The data was compiled and presented to the chapter at the December meeting. Those surveyed were allowed to present open and honest commentary of why they failed to remain financial and active. While many might think retention is a matter of telling a brother of his oath – we have found it is a matter of listening to the brother and letting the brother know how his money is being used, what the chapter is doing in the community, what the chapter is doing socially, and how the chapter stands by him in his hour of need – these are things that assist in keeping brothers reengaged.

We have secured a table to support the ladies of Alpha Kappa Alpha with its fundraiser on January 18th (pg22). We are also partnering with the AKAs for two events on March 15, 2014. During the day we will be partnering for a STEM conference and later in the evening we will be co-hosting a I am looking forward to seeing Men Who Cook event. you in 2014. Please secure your tickets and Fraternally, save the dates for two additional upcoming Mu Eddie Neal Lambda events – Mu Lambda Mu Lambda vowed to support Mu Lambda Chapter President night at the theater (Saturday, other Alpha chapters and other February 15, 2014) and our organizations. Mu Lambda Alpha Phi Alpha, Mu Lambda Chapter - 1923, Washington, D.C.

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Calendar of Events Jan 9th - Chapter Mtg - ML House - 7:06pm Jan 15th - Exc Board Mtg ML House Feb 2nd - Super Bowl Party ML House Feb 6th - Chapter Mtg - ML House - 7:06pm Feb 15th - Night At The Theater April 5th - Black Tie Gala

Holiday Greetings From Brother Orange Holiday Greetings From Mu Lambda Chapter

Any Submissions, Questions or Concerns for The Torch can be addressed to MLTorch1923@Gmail.com 4

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82nd Anniversary Eastern Region Convention of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity The 82nd Anniversary Eastern Region Convention of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., themed"Reconciling Leadership & Brotherhood," will be held in Baltimore, Maryland. Please click here for the Official 2014 Convention Call OR click here to Registerfor the convention which will be held at the Hilton-Baltimore on April 24-27, 2014. EARLY REGISTRATION ENDS February 15, 2014 and there is NO ONSITE REGISTRATION. This year's convention will feature the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Impact Luncheon, Leadership Development Institute as well as a C2C Career & Graduate School Fair. SPACE WILL BE LIMITED for this Convention so you are encouraged to REGISTER EARLY! The brothers of Baltimore are planning to make AlphaEast"s return to Baltimore one of our best conventions ever. The 2014 Baltimore Convention is one you don't want to miss. Fraternally, R. Anthony Mills Eastern Region Vice President Brandon R. Johnson Assistant Eastern Region Vice President


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Holiday Social

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Blankets donated to the homeless by the chapter

DCNPHC Toy Drive Update: The last few toys from DCNPHC were picked up today for Kia's Place. We had three more from DCNPHC, which brings our total to about 52 toys for that location. Between DNPHC, Hager Sharp, and a recent donation from Liberty Baptist Church, we collected 112 toys for Kia's Place. The first batch of toys were given out at a party on Tuesday for two locations -Kia's Place 1 and 2.  Mr. & Mrs. Banks said the children and parents were SO very happy as they picked out what they wanted. This was a great moral boost for them since many of their gifts are often pre-chosen by a third party. The educational toys were a hit and just what they need.  This second batch of toys will be given out at the third location tomorrow. The toys we donated to Dr. Bear’s Closet were dropped off last Saturday. We donated about 40 toys, which brings our overall total for the effort to about 150 toys. THANK YOU and GREAT JOB!!  Thanks again to everyone who supported the toy drive! (Pictures on pg 8)

The Mu Lambda Pharaoh's step team,headed by Brother Frederick Engram were invited to compete in the "Step your game up" step show hosted by the Nu Beta Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc. The show is scheduled for Saturday February 1, 2014 on the campus of The George Washington University (Lisner Auditorium).This is the 17th consecutive year of this event with a portion of the proceeds being awarded to two local deserving high school students.Please support our Brothers in this event. 8

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Community Service with Child and Family Services

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Mandela As I calmly walked the night streets of Cape Town, South Africa, carefully reading street signs so that I could gather my thoughts inside my shared living space with friends, I thought about how fortunate I am to have an opportunity to visit Robben Island the very next morning. Once I entered, I found my dwelling mates preparing themselves for a card game. I hoped on my iPad to read the days news from the U.S. and I read “18 minutes ago, Nelson Mandela had left this world”. Amidst all the international media coverage, all the story angles, all the attention on South Africa (the country that I happen to visit to photograph a wedding of a dear friend), I had the opportunity to experience how the locals celebrate the life of their great leader firsthand. From Robben Island, to Grand Parade Center, to the African Leadership Academy (Johannesburg, South Africa) I observed the love and respect that this nation had for its great leader. Heard stories about how there was still an injustice that prevented the majority from becoming equal to other countrymen. Yet everyone put animosity aside to chant in Xhosa and to dance dances similar to what African Americans share during a wedding reception. I took away from this experience Nelson Mandela’s teachings of love and forgiveness. No matter the country of origin, we can all learn from such a lesson. Fraternally Bro. Coy Lindsay

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Brothers: I am proud to announce Mu Lambda is the first place finisher in the AARP Black men fitness challenge. The award was a prize of $2,500 to the Mu Lambda Foundation to assist with its youth program.    As a result of your hard work and the assistance of AARP, two young men are receiving full tuition ($1,000 each) to the Henry Arthur Callis Academy.  A third young man is receiving half of his tuition in the amount of $500.   Kappa Alpha Psi finished second; 100 Black Men finished third; and Omega Psi Phi finished fourth.    

Fraternally, Brother Eddie Neal; President; Mu Lambda Chapter Brother Joseph Gibbs; Vice-president; Mu Lambda Chapter

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DC National Pan Hellenic Council Holiday Party & Toy Drive Held At Mu Lambda Chapter House

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DELEGATE KEITH E. HAYNES Baltimore City, 44th Legislative District

Cordially Invites You To

The Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Annual Legislative Night 2014

January 27, 2014 5:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. The Maryland House of Delegates Room 170 RSVP: 410-841-3801 or Keith.Haynes@house.state.md.us


MU LAMBDA FOUNDATION, INC. HENRY ARTHUR CALLIS ACADEMY 2013 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; 2014 FUNDING We are considering and seeking multiple sources for securing funding for the 2013-14 HAC Academy activities. Our 2013-2014 budget indicates that the provision of college readiness support costs the Mu Lambda Foundation, Inc. approximately $1000 per Scholar. This figure is calculated after considerable in-kind contributions of the Mu Lambda Foundation, Inc. and Mu Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. It should be noted that the Mu Lambda Foundation, Inc. is designated as a 501c(3) organization and donations from individual, businesses, and corporations are tax deductible. Sources and sponsorships identified to offset the $1000 per Scholar cost include: 1. Individuals Brothers of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., groups of brothers, and individuals in the community can donate to the Mu Lambda Foundation, Inc. in name of an HAC Academy Scholar to cover the $1000 cost. Scholars can also offset costs through ad sales in the online Gala booklet. 2. Employers of Brothers of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., Businesses, & Corporations It is common for businesses and corporations to grant funds to donate to 501c(3) organizations for the purposes of supporting educational activities. Some businesses and corporations also match employeeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s donations to 501c(3) organizations. We encourage Brothers of the Mu Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. to inquire at their place of employment to determine if philanthropic funds exist that may support HAC Academy activities. Brothers will be provided support in preparing appropriate applications and documents to secure these funds if they exist. 3. Foundations Numerous foundations grant funds for college readiness programs. Each foundation has its own set of criteria for funding, therefore applications to foundations would need to be crafted on a case by case basis. 4. Local Government Funds The District of Columbia may have sources that support DC Scholars involvement with the HAC Academy. 5. School District Funds Partnerships with school districts and schools can be established to financially support HAC Scholars that attend that particular district or school.


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E-Board & Committee Chairs E-BOARD POSITION President Vice President : Recording Secretary : Corresponding Secretary : Financial Secretary : Treasurer : Chaplain : Historian : Intake Coordinator : Assoc. Editor/Sphinx : Editor of the Torch Dir. Educational Activities : Sergeant-at-Arms : Parliamentarian : Archivist : Web Master : Intake Class President : Member at-large : Immediate past president :

BROTHER Neal, Eddie W. Gibbs, Mr. Joseph Giles, Kevin R. LaRoche, Mikael Young, II, Chatman K. Young, Bryant Michael Butler, Mr. Jonathan Z Harmon, III, James Wilson, Mr. John Hinnant, Mr. Keith Clark, Jason Fields, Jr., Dr. Arthur Jones, Mr. Nicholas Walker, Jacob R. Almaroof, Mr. Sulaiman Jones, Mr. Mark Kevin Jones, Mr. Mark Kevin Wilson, Mr. James O. Lowery, III, Mr. Leroy

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COMMITTEE CHAIRS BROTHER EMAIL PHONE Auditing                               Mark          Ross     rossmarka@aol.com 202-422-8493 Beautillion                              Eddie         Neal                           eneal@mulambdafoundation.org301-440-4055       Brother’s Keeper                     John        Wilson                       jawilson8b86@verizon.net        301-455-6119 Budget and Finance                Chatman             Young Chatmanyoung70@gmail.com 703-231-2096 Chapter of the Year                Antwan             Lofton antwan_lofton@yahoo.com 292-997-8498 Charles H. Wesley Award        Karim          Alamurri karim.alammuri@gmail.com 571-275-8460 Communication & TechnologyMark       Jones jones.markk@gmail.com 301-385-0758 Community Service                 Khama            Sharp                    khama.sharp@gmail.com     202-294-0328 Hospitaltiy Terrance Tarver terrencetarver@hotmail.com 202-489-9597 Membership                           Timothy               Fitzgerald     timfitz06@comcast.net 301-332-7507 Pan Hellenic Council               Joel        Grey     jgrey7@yahoo.com> 610-639-2964 Program                                 Frederick                Engram    fengram1@gmail.com 315-921-3622 Public Policy                           Brent          Radcliff     brentmradcliff@gmail.com 504-231-6114 Social                                     Joel        Grey        jgrey7@yahoo.com> 610-639-2964 Senior Brother Chair Robert Ricardson kcboy1959@yahoo.com 40 and Under Chair Mikel LaRoche LaRoche.dynasty@gmail.com 202-957-4055


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January 1st - Staten, Zevlin 1st - Thweatt, Isaac 5th - Bizzell, Anton Cheâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; 5th - Brooks, Marvin 5th - Clark, Melvin L. 5th - Gill, Vernon S. 6th - Cole, Jr. O.J. 7th - Hinnant, Keith 7th - Lucas, Rhett R. 9th - Mitchell, Sanjay 9th - Mouton, Charles P. 9th - Page, William T. 9th - Richardson, Robert E. 9th - Ware, Larry 13th - Ryan, Wayne 18th - Taylor, Jr., Jamison 20th - Nelson, Jr. Arthur L. 23rd - Greer, James D. 23rd - Poydras, Jeffrey D. 24th - Duckenfield, Pace A. 24th - White, Melvin 26th - Brown, II, M. Christopher 26th - McCaskill, John W. 30th - Dawson, Jr. Horace G. 31st - White, Maurice E.

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The chapter chair drive project needs your support. The Mu Lambda Foundation is accepting tax deductible donations in the amount of $100 per chair. You don’t have to be a Brother to make a chair donation: Alpha wives, friends and families are also encouraged to participate. Upon receipt of your donation, your contribution will be permanently noted for all to see. Your name will be inscribed in gold lettering on a black chair as pictured above. Donated by Brother (your name inserted) or In Memory of Brother ___________. Supporters to date include: Brother Julius Brice Brother Eddie Neal Brother LeRoy Lowery Brother Charles Donegan Brother Curtis Hunigan Brother Timothy Fitzgerald Brother Arthur King Brother Michael Brown Brother Michael Brown in Memory of Brother Kenneth Higgins Brother Michael Carter Brother Adrian Vincent James Brother Adrian Vincent James in Memory of Brother Robert “Bob” Warren Brother Syl Lorenzo Shannon Brother John Eason Brother Louis Ford in Memory of: Brother Morris Hawkins Brother Frederick Ford Brother Earl Root Brother Rudolph Scipio Brother William Calbert in Memory of Brother Syl Lorenzo Shannon Brother Lloyd T. McGriff Brother Louis Buck Brother Arlester Brown Brother James McDonald Brother M. Christopher Brown II in Memory of Brother Vernon Polite Brother M. Christopher Brown Brother Clyde Blassengale, Sr. Brother William Page Brother Eric Herndon Brother Rudolph Harris Brother Rylan R. Harris Soror Janette Hoston Harris in Memory of Brother Eluen H. Hoston, Jr. Brother David Banks Brother Malcolm D. Jackson Soror Janette Hoston Harris in Memory of Brother Charles H. Wesley Brother Kenneth Holbert Brother Clinton C. Jones III in Memory of Brother Louis E. Murray

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*Please attempt to submit your dues online using PayPal* www.Mulambda.org or www.MuLambdaFoundation.org *If you are not using Paypal, funds in the form of check or cash must have the appropriate form attached. You can download forms from the chapter or foundation website. Attach the form along with the check or cash to mail in or submit to the Treasurer or Financial Secretary* Chapter Dues Structure Grand Tax General Organization Life Member

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Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. Mu Lambda Chapter 2405 First St. NW Washington, DC 20001-1019

January torch  

A summary of the December events and whats to come for the New Year with the Mu Lambda chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity Inc.