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PBS and ZPB School Integration (1958)

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Minus Letter to Class of 1942 (1938)

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Phi Beta Sigma awards scholarships

From The St. Louis American

During its annual Scholarship Brunch the Education Committee of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc awarded $ 3,500 in scholarships to deserving high school seniors.

Recipients were De’Von Washington, Christian Brothers College High School; Jourdon Morgan III, Hazelwood East High School; Chris Johnson, Lafayette High School; and Kendrick Strong II, Mel Carnahan High School.

Organizers said, “We continued our philanthropic legacy by upholding our motto, ‘Culture for Service, and Service for Humanity.’”

Mr. Anthony McDonald, of the Risen Foundation, allowed all in attendance a preview of literary excerpts from books penned by several of his students. The students spoke from the heart and gave a riveting display of all their hard work.

The scholarship program continued with guest speaker, Bro. Eugene Simpson. Bro. Simpson, a father, brother, an educator, brought his entire repertoire and provided an exhilarating call to ACTION.

Organizers said, “We look forward to a bigger and better scholarship brunch in 2012! Please join us and see what the men of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity are all about.”

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Sigmas Grant Scholarship (1958)

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Phi Beta Sigma gives Scholarship

From TheLeafChronicle.com

The local men of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., Lambda Alpha Sigma alumni chapter have continued with its principals of scholarship, service and brotherhood throughout the year and they topped it off on Saturday June 4 at the Quality Inn with their annual Ebony and Ivory Affair to benefit the Andrew Drew Simmons Educational Foundation. With the chapter President, Michael Sutherland, being the emcee for the evening which was filled with recognition of graduating members of the fraternity, elegance, laughter by comedian DJ Pryor, entertainment by rappers Wesley C-Dub Sutherland and Martavious Sam Gohard Votaw. Special entertainment by the 2010 Ms. Tennessee Zeta of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Erin Walden with her viola and the speaker was Alexander Davie, who spoke on how education has changed his life. Then unknowing to Mr. Davie the fraternity presented him the second annual scholarship award. He is a 2011 graduate of Christian County High School with a 3.96 GPA and he will be attending Kentucky State University in pursuit of a pre-medicine degree with a concentration in Bio-Medical Engineering and to play baseball. The evening continued with dancing and socialization. Lambda Alpha Sigma chapter will be having a scholarship banquet to continue benefiting the scholarship later in the year.

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