Hampton, VA – On May 10, 2018, Zeta Omicron Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated celebrated the Hampton Clean City Commission’s 40th anniversary during their monthly Adopt-A-Spot cleanup. Zeta Omicron has played a crucial role in the “Keeping Hampton Clean & Beautiful Since 1978” campaign. They have been the Ambassadors of the community by ensuring that the streets are cleaned and well-preserved.  Because of their contributions to the community, the city of Hampton awarded Zeta Omicron with an “Honorable Mention” in December 2018. The Zeta Omicron’s Adopt-A-Spot program are located on Marcella Road and Coliseum Drive in the city of Hampton, VA. Brother Eric Leach, Adopt-A-Spot Chairman, stated, “He is committed in the Adopt-A-Spot program because it represents his community.”

Article and photo courtesy of Bro Wardell Coward III, Zeta Omicron.

Alpha Alpha, Kappa Iota Iota, and Zeta Omicron Chapters of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. Host Annual Talent Hunt

Hampton, VA – On February 25, 2018, The Tri-Chapters of the Eastern Area III, Alpha Alpha, Kappa Iota Iota, and Zeta Omicron held their annual Talent Hunt.  To say that the talent was amazing would be an understatement.  The ten gifted participants, put on an amazing show that could have required a cover charge at the door.  The audience was treated to various forms of artistic talent ranging from seasoned instrumentalist, powerful spoken word, soulful vocalists, and dramatic dancers.  As if that was not enough, Master of Ceremony Brother Bruce Bond, was pleased to inform those in attendance that the average Grade Point Average of the contestants was roughly 3.25.  Master Brelan Jenkins, cellist, took 1st place and $250 with his spectacular stringed performance of Daniel van Goens, Scherzo OP. 12.  In his closing remarks, Committee Chairman Brother David Hamlette, expressed to the parents, family members, instructors, and friends, how proud they should be of these young talented students.  He went on to say, we should expect “GREAT things” from these kids and continue to support them at all cost.  The program was very professional, an overall success, with all contestants leaving with a monetary stipend.


Submitted by

Brother Thomas Parker

Project Homeless Connect 2018

Zeta Omicron gladly represented at Project Homeless Connect 2018 in Newport News on Wednesday, January 24 at Doris Miller Center. This was the second year for the event and both years brothers from Zeta Omicron have served the role of registering volunteers to participate in facilitating the event. The goal is for continued growth in volunteer staffing to allow the event to maximize potential in providing resources for the homeless community. See the WAVY TV-10 news link below:

Brothers from AA, KII, ZMM and ZO chapters participate in worship services

Achievement Week 2017

“Quad-Chapter Style”


Brothers from AA, KII, ZMM and ZO chapters participate in worship services


Hampton Roads:  Brothers from Alpha Alpha, Kappa Iota Iota, Zeta Mu Mu and Zeta Omicron chapters conducted activities in support of “Achievement Week” 2017.  Events included: Founder’s Banquet, Worship Service, Frat Night, Veteran’s Administration BINGO, Habitat for Humanity cleanup, Monday Night Football and other fellowship opportunities.

During the Founder’s Banquet, each chapter presented awards for Superior Service, Citizen of the Year, Colonel Charles Young, Founder’s Award, and Omega Man of the Year.  Special guest included Brother Dr. William Harvey (President of Hampton University), who was also the recipient of a Citizen of the Year award. Brother Charlie Hill was the guest speaker for this year’s event.

This year’s Quad-Chapter Achievement Week was coordinated by chairmen from each of the four chapters: Brother Corey Olds – Alpha Alpha, Brother, Keenan Williams – Kappa Iota Iota, Brother Rasheed Jones – Zeta Mu Mu and Brother James Roseboro-Zeta Omicron.

Alpha Alpha
Zeta Omicron
Kappa Iota Iota
Zeta Mu Mu



Submitted by:

Brother Thomas Parker