Educators, Entrepreneurs, Doctors, Judges, Lawyers, Company Consultants and Chief Executives make up the nation’s oldest African American fraternity. The Gamma Omicron Boule’ of Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity (Tampa Bay Area), in partnership with the Tampa Bay Boys and Girls Club, honored five outstanding young men along with their families at a reception at Maggianos in Tampa on Saturday April 13th 2019.
For the third year in a row, the fraternity and Boys & Girls Club teamed up to identify, select and offer a total of $40,000 in scholarships to these five deserving Tampa area young men: Anthony Goden (Spoto High School), N’Jhari Jackson (Carroll Day School), Kendrick Maynor,Jr.(Calvary Christian High School), Jeremiah Nichols (Jesuit High School) and Savon Watson (Blake High School).
The fraternity’s Gamma Omicron Boule’ Memorial Scholarship program is funded by a combination of donations from members, the Boys and Girls Club and other generous patrons.
In addition to the scholarship, the young men will be receive mentoring by the fraternity members and the Boys and Girls Club.
Over the past three years, the partnership of Gamma Omicron Boule’ of Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity and the Boys and Girls Club of Tampa Bay have awarded over $120,000 in scholarship awards to deserving and outstanding Tampa area young men.”
You make me so proud. If you really want to help them with adjusting, how about some laptops and luggage too allowing them to arrive confidently and prepared I would do it myself, if I had it like you brothers.
Love Tampa Bay Tammy