Brothers Kamau Hull, Edward Andrews, and Arthur Hinton, Jr. participated in the “Meet the Greeks” program sponsored by the Athens Area National Pan-Hellenic Council on October 22 in Athens, GA. The program was designed to provide high school students with information on preparing applications for college and on skills for successfully transitioning from high school to the college environment.
Brothers participated in the Keep Athens-Clarke County Beautiful as part of the Omega Psi Phi Adopt-A-High Group on November 14, 2015. Litter was collected along 3 miles of Martin Luther King, Jr. Street in Athens. For 2015, the Chapter as collected 15 bags of trash and 3 bags of recycling.
Bro. Maurice Daniels, Dean of the School of Social Work at the University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia, received the Dr. Ray MacNair Lifetime Achievement Award on November 14, 2015. The award is presented each year by the Economic Justice Coalition to an individual exemplifying a commitment to racial equality and social activism. Bro. Daniels was recognized for his service as the director of The Foot Soldier Project for Civil Rights Studies and his role as co-founder of Athens Area Habitat for Humanity and the University of Georgia’s Black Faculty and Staff Organization.
The 2015 ZBB Founder's Day program was held at the Greater Bethel A.M.E. Church November 15, 2015. During the program the following awards were presented:
Zeta Beta Beta held the Melissa Denise Seay Foundation Thanksgiving Dinner on November 19, 2015 at My Sister's Place in Gainesville. The event is named in honor of the late wife of Brother Quinn Seay.
Ms. Naomi Meadows (center in gown with trophy) winner of the 2015 Zeta Beta Beta Talent Hunt also won the Georgia State Talent Hunt Competition in Atlanta, GA.