August 21, 2021
Pi Lambda Lambda (PLL) chapter, Third District, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. Prince William County Virginia – On August 17 and 19, 2021, the Omega U Program partnered with the Prince William County Public Schools in three Back-to-School Community Day Events at Unity Braxton Middle School, Graham Park Middle School, and Rippon Middle School. Omega U also partnered with PLL Social Action Committee to support local Prince William County political and community leaders in a Backpack School Supply Distribution event at Neabsco Regional Park on Saturday, August 21st.
Prince William County is the 2nd largest school district in the 3rd District and recently hired a new superintendent, Dr. LaTanya McDade. PLL Basileus, Brother Jeffrey Allen, and PLL Omega U Chairman, Brother Aaron Works, coordinated with Dr. McDade and her team to provide information on food trucks and DJs for the events. Brothers of PLL helped with setups and breakdowns and took the opportunity to sign up young men for our Omega U Mentoring Program. At the end of the week’s events, Omega U accounted for 69 young men registered to start the 2021-2022 school year mentoring program. In discussions, parents and principals are hoping for in-person engagement for this school year to help provide guidance to these young men in academics and manhood after a year at home with virtual learning.
Even through the challenges of Covid-19, Omega U will continue to provide mentorship to the students in Prince William County, VA. And continue teaching them to strive for more than the boundaries that are set around them.
Brothers of Pi Lambda Lambda with local community and political leaders distributing backpack and school supplies at Neabsco Regional Park.
For additional information or requests for interviews with the Pi Lambda Lambda Chapter Basileus (President), Brother Jeffrey W. Allen, please contact the Chapter Editor, Brother Darnell Dennis, Jr. – 859.519.5296 – email@example.com | Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. founded on the campus of Howard University November 17, 1911.