Monday, April 23, 2012

Pi Mu Mu of Omega Psi Phi Inc. Jazz Brunch

‘Susan G. Komen for the Cure’Mother’s Day Jazz LuncheonOmega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.Pi Mu Mu ChapterSunday, May 13 th, 2012Time: 12pm to 4pmLocation: Sheraton Hotel 17 th and Race Streets, Philadelphia, PA
Who we are:The Pi Mu Mu Chapter of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. was established in 2011
by a group of African-American men who shared a mission of providing a relevant
public service agenda to our community through focusing on the plight of young African-
American males. This mission has led to the formation of the I’m Q-mitted tutorial and
mentoring program slated to begin in the Fall of 2012.

Our Vision:
Pi Mu Mu has also made a commitment to ensuring that we not only provide a
supporting presence for at-risk youth, but also take a leadership position on addressing
critical health issues; especially those that disproportionately affect the African-
American community.

Our Event:
‘Susan G. Komen for the Cure’ is the leading organization in the fight against breast
cancer worldwide. In support of this organization, Pi Mu Mu chapter is organizing a
team for the annual Susan G. Komen Philadelphia’s Race for the Cure on Mother’s Day.
We invite you to walk with us; then join us for our Mother’s Day Jazz Luncheon

Mother’s Day...a time for all of us to acknowledge those special women, who share and
support our ambitious undertakings. We look forward to you joining us!

Susan G. Komen Philadelphia Race for the Cure®
5K walk/run
Sunday, May 13, 2012
Eakins Oval/Philadelphia Museum of Art
Opening Ceremonies, 7:00am

5K Run, 8:15am
5K Walk/1 mile Fun Run, 8:25am
Kids Dash to Make a Difference, 9:30am (approx.)

Mother’s Day Jazz Luncheon
12:00 PM – 4:00 P
Tickets: $60 adult’s $30 children
$5.00 Validated Parking at the Sheraton
Sheraton Philadelphia Downtown
201 North 17th Street (17th & Race Street)
Philadelphia, PA 19103
Proceeds to benefit Susan G. Komen for the Cure

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Thunder Soul Movie

It's was Afros and pleated shirts, James Brown and Bootsy Collins. It was the '70s, and at an inner-city Houston high school history would be made. Charismatic band leader, Conrad "Prof" Johnson, would turn the school's mediocre jazz band into a legendary funk powerhouse. Now, 35 years later, his students prepare to pay tribute to the man who changed their lives--the 92-year old Prof. Some haven't played their horns in decades, still they dust off their instruments, determined to retake the stage to show Prof and the world that they've still got it. Written by Anonymous

Told with style and pizzazz, the rousing documentary Thunder Soul celebrates the Kashmere Stage Band, a worldwide sensation in the 1970s that will forever change the way you think about high school bands. When Conrad O. Johnson, a music teacher at a predominantly black high school in Houston, replaced the staid stage band standards with contemporary funk, jazz, and original compositions, he changed the lives of his students forever. Not only did they become one of the best bands, professional or amateur, around, but they learned lessons that stayed with them long after graduation, as evidenced thirty-five years later, when the band reunited to pay tribute to the man who made it all possible.

It's was Afros and pleated shirts, James Brown and Bootsy Collins. It was the '70s, and at an inner-city Houston high school history would be made. Charismatic band leader, Conrad "Prof" Johnson, would turn the school's mediocre jazz band into a legendary funk powerhouse. Now, 35 years later, his students prepare to pay tribute to the man who changed their lives--the 92-year old Prof. Some haven't played their horns in decades, still they dust off their instruments, determined to retake the stage to show Prof and the world that they've still got it.

Tuesday, July 26, 2011


When: Friday, July 29th, 2011 Time: 9am-2pm Where: Howard University

On July 29, 2011 there will be a mentor program entitled Project ASPIRATION that will be held at the historical Howard University in conjunction with the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. Centennial Celebration. The centennial will attract more than 50,000 participants from all over the world. Our program will expose 250 black males ages 13 to 18 from all over the country to a variety of careers and life skills rooted in the cardinal principles of Manhood, Scholarship, Perseverance and Uplift. The program will focus on careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) and ways to prepare for success in those fields.

This one-day event will feature four interactive sessions lead by Brothers in the fields of STEM. The Brothers will engage the student participants (referred to as “Scholars”) about ways science, technology, engineering and math impact their everyday life and their duty to self, family and community. Our aim is to have each Scholar leave with a greater interest in and appreciation of these important fields and their ability to make positive contributions.

Share ideas and/or resources that help black males achieve higher education attainment and high aspirations on the volunteer registration form.
9:00 am – 9:45 am Registration and Continental breakfast (Cramton Auditorium)
9:45 am – 10:00 am PROGRAM STARTS: Introduction, Program Goals and Overview
10:20 am – 11:00 am Session 1 - Science (Douglas Hall - 2nd Floor)
11:00 am – 11:40 am Session 2 - Technology (Douglas Hall - 2nd Floor)
12:30 pm – 1:10 pm Session 3 - Engineering & Math (Douglas Hall - 2nd Floor)
1:10 pm – 2:00 pm Session 4 - Manhood, Closing remarks and charge to Scholars (Douglas Hall - 2nd Floor)

Select link to view map of Howard University - Events held in Building's 20 (Cramton Auditorium) and 23 (Douglas Hall - 2nd Floor).

For more information or to register for this exciting event, please contact:
Bro. JaSun Frone 5-94-A
Project ASPIRATION, Program coordinator

Project Advisers:
Brother Robert Fairchild &
Brother Ricky Lewis

Monday, November 22, 2010

Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Omega Phi Phi 2010 Raleigh Conclave OLD School Party hosted by "AshCan",GoldBoots & Kinnaird Entertainment Omega Phi Phi.

OLD School Party hosted by "AshCan",GoldBoots & Kinnaird Entertainment

The "KQ" Mardi Gras continues..
Kappa Omega Chapter
aka "The Baby Clave" of Harrisburg, Pa.
Will be in Raleigh!
Friday July 23rd, 2010
QUE Conclave: OLD School Party /
Kinnaird's 50th Birthday Bash Weekend - Part I
Hosted by "AshCan",
Sponsored by GoldBoots & Kinnaird Entertainment
Bro. AshCan - Upsilon Delta Chapter
Bro. Kinnaird - Kappa Omega/ IOTA IOTA Chapters (Harrisburg/ Raleigh)
Bro. GoldBoots - Nu Nu Chapter
Friday: July 23rd, 2010
9pm - 2:30am
(3 minute walk from the Marriott & Sheraton Hotels/ Downtown Raleigh, NC)
Music: DJ "Cozart"
Coming soon.... Part II
Details for the Saturday Party!
Congratulations Bro. AshCan (service award - "Ash" far right)
MORE party Information to come.................................
Bro. Mark A. Kinnaird
6-'86 KQ
Note: Kinnaird Entertainment & QUE Train has blocked the entire
BEST WESTERN INN & SUITES (New Bern Ave.) for the visiting QUES, Guest & Friends!..
For virtual tour of hotel::
Raleigh, NC - July 22th - 29th
CLAVE / Birthday Bash WEEKEND
Bro. Mark A. Kinnaird (45 + 5 Birthday Bash / EXTRAVANGANZA )

** Hotel Room Rates: $69.00 BEST WESTERN INN & SUITES. A limited number of Jacuzzi (Whirlpool) Suites are also available. Room SPECIALS are blocked under “KINNAIRD”…

Rooms MUST be booked over the phone and mention “KINNAIRD” to get the DISCOUNTED rate! NOTE: The Jacuzzi's are located in the bedrooms and not the bathrooms:)

Rooms will SELL OUT so call (919) 256-2800 today.

***WESTERN INN & SUITES *** 3618 New Bern Ave. @ I-440, Exit 13 B, Raleigh, NC 27610

5 minutes from the Marriott & Sheraton (host Hotels) in downtown Raleigh...
Available Hotel Suites & Apartments:
Apartment - 400 square feet (with stove & sleeps 6) = $119.00+tax
King bed with Jacuzzi in room = $99.99+tax
King bed with sofa bed = $69.95+tax
Double bed without sofa = $69.95+tax
King bed deluxe suite = $74.25+tax
Double bed with sofa bed = $74.25+tax.



It's Party Time!

Bro. AshCan & Sponsored by:

**** Music: DJ “COZART” ****
**** Soul Food by: LEVY’s Soul Cafe ****

Welcome to Raleigh’s Best Western Raleigh Inn & Suites!

The Best Western Raleigh Inn & Suites is conveniently located to key area attractions offering hotel guests easy access to downtown Raleigh, historical landmarks and the Time Warner Pavilion. The North Carolina State Fairgrounds and Wake Medical Center are also nearby.

This new property offers spacious, well-designed rooms with all the thoughtful amenities designed to make any stay more relaxing. Guests may choose from a variety of room styles including deluxe king suites and studio suites. A complimentary deluxe continental breakfast is available daily in the hotel lobby and each room has a microwave and refrigerator. Experience true southern charm and let a friendly staff ensure a comfortable and memorable stay at this Raleigh hotel
Stay 3 miles from downtown off the 440 beltline at this new Raleigh hotel ideally situated off New Bern Ave. (64 East towards Knightdale). Just 5 minutes


3618 New Bern Ave. @ I-440, Exit 13B,
Raleigh,NC 27610
Contact:Nikki Desai
Phone (919)256-2800 Website:
Omega Psi Phi Inc.

Sunday, February 7, 2010

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2010 Kappa Omega Mardi Gras Omega Psi Phi Inc.

We have another alternate hotel for guest that have not book their rooms yet. You can have them make reservation at the Crown Plaza in Harrisburg which is 2 miles from the Radisson. We have 20 rooms reserved. The rate is $99.00 a night. The number is 717-234-5021. The cancellation date is March 1st. Ask for the Omega Psi Phi Mardi Gras.
All rooms are booking up fast and this Year will be another Off The Chain

Harrisburg, PA Friday, March 19th & Saturday, \March 20th, 2010 Hotel info: Call Radisson Penn Harris Hotel for reservation. (717) 763-7117
Room rate: $106.00 per night
Harrisburg, Pa.
Friday, March 19th
Saturday, March 20th, 2010

Mardi Gras Chairman, Bro. Garfield Jackson

The Most Anticipated Event each year in the Harrisburg, PA area. This event brings people from all over to enjoy the weekend festivities.
You can now get your tickets online

Sunday, September 20, 2009

Goldboot's Facebook Interview Monmouth Scots Troy Butler

Troy Butler September 20 at 6:26pm
Goldboot's Facebook Interview with Senior Troy Butler

Troy graduated from Camden Academy Charter High School and played Football for Woodrow Wilson High School in Camden New Jersey,

During Troy's rare breaks from academics and football, he enjoys spending time with his family, and kickin’ the Beach Bruhz.

Entering your last season on the gridiron for the Monmouth Scots as defensive back tell us how you are doing ,

GB: If there is one thing you could change about yourself what would it be?
TB: I would change my view on reading, I don’t like to read, my mother love to read. I wish I got that trait from her

GB: What would be the perfect Pre Game meal?
TB: grilled BBQ chicken breast with blue cheese on the side, mashed potatoes, fresh garden salads, with French dressing, fresh cut pineapples, and a sports drink.

GB: If you could watch any college game day what would it be?
TB: the replay of a game that I just played in

GB: What was your most embarrassing Football moment?
TB: should not be telling you this, but it was in high school, night game at timber creek high, start of the 3rd quarter, I had to use the bathroom, #2. Ran off the field coaches thought I was hurt, I told them no I have to use the bathroom. So I had to run all the way inside use the bathroom then run back out. On my way out coach sent someone to find me but I was already on my way back to the field. They called a time out to try and waste time, I played DE and OT both ways and my back up was not getting the job down. I got back by the end of the time out, and we won the game

GB: If you could retire today what would you do with the rest of your life?
TB: coach high school ball in an urban city. I want to help the black youth, and travel on the off season

GB: What Bruhz do you look up to and why?
TB: have to start with the founder, without them I would not be a Man of Omega, 2nd would be William G Anderson, one of my chapter brothers. He is a man that worked for society as a teacher uplifting the youth and also works for the frat and big advocate for the young brothers at Monmouth University, another reason why I am an Omega Man today. 3rd Terik Tidwell, another brother who works hard for the frat and in life.

GB: What is your pre game ritual or warm up?
TB: listen to music, then this year the last song I listen to before it is time to go out is Dog got E, by Kevin McCall

GB: Where do you see yourself in 8 years?
TB: a member of the NJ state police, heavily active in my fraternity, and thoughts of starting a family

GB: Besides football, what is something else you have passion for?
TB: collecting Monopoly board games,

GB: What is your favorite TV show or pastime?
TB: House

GB: If you could describe yourself in one word what would it be?
TB: unselfish

GB: What are you looking forward to the most this year besides graduation?
TB: working to start An undergrad chapter of Omega Psi Phi fraternity Inc at Monmouth U

GB: What made you choose Monmouth over all the programs that were recruiting you?
TB: good school, winning program, and gave me the most money

GB: What is your favorite part about game day?
TB: the fact that I get to hit ppl

GB: What is your favorite tradition?
TB: Christmas dinner at my house, time when the entire family comes together

GB: What is your major and what do you plan on doing after graduation assuming that you don’t go to the NFL?
TB: I am a criminal justice major; my main goal is to one day get a federal job in law enforcement

GB: Describe a perfect day.
TB: any day that the Lord blesses me to wake up. What I would do on that day? Spend time with my family and friends: talk, eat, play cards, and just have fun

GB: How important is it to give back to the community and what you would plan to do?
TB: giving back is what my life is bases off of, my grandmother told me to always be a leader. Do well in school so my younger cousins can see what good can come from doing well in school. I have taken that thought and applied it to life, I work hard in my life to show the children in my community what they can do if they just work for it. I come from Camden just like them and my family is med to low class just like most of the families in Camden. I also know people wit worst stories then I and they made their way out of Camden and did something positive with their life.

GB: Thanks Troy and you can see Troy's Facebook page by clicking the below link

Thursday, August 6, 2009


I've gotten the calls, the emails, even run up on in the streets...

"I didn't get my $35 ticket(s), what can I do now to get on the boat?"

Well, there's good news and bad news.

Let's start with the bad: $35 tix: wrap city. No way. No how. Next question.

The GREAT: you can STILL get your tickets (we only have about 100 left because folks ATE UP the $35 joints) for the boatride at $60 until we sell owt..and we are going to sell owt!

Visit for the paypal flow & I'll see you on the pier!!!
Omega Weekend NYC 2009 *Recession Proof Pricing* Why Pay More??? DEADLINE 7/21!!!!


It's time for everyone's favorite weekend of summer! The countdown has
begun and in less than a month, NYC Omega Weekend will be here. The
boatride is Aug. 7th and we're bringing the Drip back on the 8th at the
frat house (sorry, the Y is no longer an option). The original Cruise
with the Ques is back as the Mighty Empire of Erotic Epsilon Chapter,
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. continues in it's celebration of 90 years
of doing what we do best.

Every year we tell folks to get their tickets in advance. Every year,
people wait till the pier and scramble to get a ticket on the night of.
Well, this year we're switching it up.

For a limited time (till 7/21) a LIMITED number of boat ride tickets
will be available for a special "throwback" price of $35. Yup. $35. Yes,
we are still having food on the boat. Of course we will have the best
DJs and tunes on the boat. (no, we are not having it on a paddle boat.
LOL). This is something special we are doing to say "THANK YOU" to all
those who have supported us through the years.

So tell a friend to tell a friend. These tickets will not last at this
price! I've been on SEVERAL other boat rides and, no disrespect, you
won't get what you get partying with them when you party with the NYC
Ques...and you damn sure won't get it for $35!

So get your tickets now and tell all your friends to get theirs, too. It
may be a recession but we can still have a good time!

Visit to
purchase tickets via pay pal.

OR contact:

W Kenny "Biggy" Smalls-646-739-4956

W Charles F. Coleman, Jr.: 646-331-7995/

W Jay Obaze-908-930-9437/

W Darren Fails: 917-562-3366/

W Richard Pierre:


Tuesday, July 14, 2009

The Purple Carpet

Don't forget about our Happy Hour Fri. July 17th @ JL Sullivan (the old Zanibar) 200 S. Broad Street. This the warm up meet and greet party to kickoff the weekend. There will be $5 drinks & appetizer from 5-9. Also there will be a live DJ spinning OLD to New School with a special Michael Jackson Tribute Set. If you was not at the last happy hour you don't want to miss this one!!!!

Verron Hayspell sent a message to the members of The Purple Carpet.

Hotel Accommadations for Beta Gamma Alumni Weekend

"We have special rate rooms for the entire weekend at $99 a night at the Marriott downtown at 1201 Market St. You must call 215 625-2900 and when making reservation tell them you want the BETA GAMMA RATE. This location is walking distance for both parties Friday(JL Sullivans) & Saturday(VIP Lounge). So you don't have to worry about drinking & driving. Rooms are going fast."

To reply to this message, follow the link below:


The Purple Carpet
Host: Big Tyme Enterprise & BG Productions
Network: Global
Start Time: Saturday, July 18, 2009 at 9:00pm
End Time: Sunday, July 19, 2009 at 2:00am
Location: VIP lounge
Street: 40 S. 19th Street
City/Town: Philadelphia, PA







(215) 636-9901 FOR RESERVATION......

Attire: Grown & Sexy

Purple Carpet Photos by Goldboot!
Purple Carpet Starts @ 9:00 PM Sharp




Where: Belmont Plateau

Picnic Area 2 and 3

When: July 18th 2009

Time: 10:00 AM TO 7:00pm

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

Cruisin with the Montclair NJ Ques Boat Ride Weekend

Cruisin with the Ques Boat Ride Weekend

June 26th-27th

Four events for $55
Montclair NJ

1. Free Friday Night After work Party w/drink specials

2. Saturday “Pre Boat Ride Soiree”

3. Saturday Evening "Cruisin with the Ques Boat Ride”

4. After Party at the Liberty House Restaurant

(Click flyer for detailed information & ticket purchases)

Contact Bro. Curtis Humphrey (908)296-2147 for more information

Pi Omega Chapter Crab Feast & After Party On

You Are Cordially Invited to:

Men of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.

Pi Omega Chapter Crab Feast & After Party On

Saturday, August 15, 2009 7pm until 2am at Tall Cedars Center 2501 Putty Hill Road , Parkville Maryland 21234

For tickets call: Crab Feast 2009 Committee Chairperson- Malik Mosley Sr. @ (410) 433-6624


Menu Includes:

· On the Pit : Choice Beef, Pork, Smoked Country Ham

· Maryland Steam Crabs, Maryland Crab Cakes, Homemade Maryland Crab Soup, Fried Whiting Fish, Fried Chicken, Lasagna, Hot Dogs & Baked Beans

· Sauerkraut & Kielbasa, Shrimp Creole & Rice, String Beans, Corn on the Cob, Tossed Garden Salad, with Assorted Dressings, Potato Salad with Assorted Dressings, Potato Salad, Fresh Fruit, Assorted Cheese & Crackers, Seasonal Vegetables with Dips, Sheet Cake, Coffee, Iced Tea, Draft Beer and Soda and OPEN BAR

*** Open Bar ***

Donation: $55.00

*Do the Math *

1 Dozen Medium Male Crabs at the store are


Pi Omega Chapter's Annual Crab Feast and After, After, Party for the Grown & Sexy Crowd!

***All the Crabs You Can Eat and Even More Crabs to Eat***

***All the Beer You Can Drink***

***Open Bar***

Pit Beef and Other Menu Items

Dancing at the After Party all night, Raffles, Give a ways

Vendors, Entertainment… etc


“This event will sale out soon!”


Wednesday, June 3, 2009

Tom Mayfield Sr

The Tom Mayfield Sr. Scholarship Breakfast is Saturday, June 13, 2009 at 8AM at the Ramblewood Country Club in Mt. Laurel.

Contact Bro. Guy Williams for ticket information.

For decades the Tuskegee Airmen of World War II were largely ignored and denegrated despite official desegration of the U.S. military in 1948.

But eventually, starting in the 1980s, the recognition and honors began rolling in at national and local levels.

Retired Lt. Col. Thomas Mayfield of Willingboro flew Tuskegee fighter planes escorting U.S. bombers over Europe.

“It’s always a great day when we can honor the Tuskegee Airmen and all our veterans who persevered to protect our freedom.

Mayfield, a West Virginia native, has called Willingboro home since retiring from the Air Force in 1971. He later worked 15 years as a special ed teacher in Pemberton.

Mayfield came lives with his wife Barbara.

“I was in my third year of college when some of my friends said we should enlist, so I went with them,” he said. “Later that day, I decided I didn’t want to go, but the recruiting officer said I had signed the papers and that was that.” By 10 p.m. he was on a train heading for Ohio.

Mayfield tells stories about the harassment and discrimination they endured, and how the Tuskegee Airmen had to fight for the right to serve and even die.

“Perseverance got us through,” Mayfield said. “We stuck together. Otherwise, we’d never have made it.

Tuesday, March 31, 2009

Honoring the second chapter in the Mighty Second District

Mighty Epsilon Chapters of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc...

90th chapter anniversary

on April 25th at the

Crowne Plaza Hotel

Queens Ny

La Guardia Airport

Donation $90
Honoring the second chapter in the Mighty Second District
on their 90th year of service

The Birth of "Mighty" Epsilon Chapter

Founded: April 18, 1919

In 1919, the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity bestowed upon New York City, her fifth chapter. On April 18, 1919, at the home of Brother A. Merral Willis, located at 24 W. 140th Street, nine Omega man gathered, and chartered the "Mighty" Epsilon chapter. Epsilon Chapter was organized for students attending Columbia University, New York University, City College of New York, and other institutions of higher learning in New York City. The charter members of Epsilon Chapter were Brothers A. Merral Willis, (charter member of Beta Chapter), Raymond George Robinson (7th Grand Basileus and charter member of Beta Chapter), Hastings E. Tompkins (Beta Chapter '16), John Gordon Dingle (Alpha Chapter '13), James Burnett Ford (Alpha '12), Osceola E. McKaine (Des Moines, Iowa War Chapter '16/Gamma Chapter '17), Henry M. Marlowe (charter member of Beta Chapter), W.P. Stanley (Beta Fall '14), and J. Herd Huddleson.

With the foundation in place, the brothers now had to select the men who would lead her in the right direction. Epsilon's first officers were Brothers A. Mrral Willis, Basileus, Osceola E. McKaine, Keeper of Records, J. Herd Huddleson, Keeper of Seals, and Hastings E. Tompkins, Chaplain. These were the first of many loyal sons of Omega who would lead Epsilon Chapter.

Taken from
DID YOU KNOW... The "Mighty" Second District has more single-letter chapters than any other district in all of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc.? Count them up for yourself and see!

Subject: purchasing tickets
Please join the Brothers of Epsilon Chapter as we commemorate 90 years of service (and out-ness) in New York City!

Saturday, April 25, 2009

Crowne Plaza LaGuardia Hote

7 PM - Midnight

Cocktail Hour 7pm - 8pm