Kappa Alpha Psi Cuts Ribbon for KYCC

Kappa Alpha Psi Ribbon Cutting
Delegate Antonio Hayes, Delegate Adrienne Jones, Chapter President Theodore Garret Jr., Foundation President Dr. Nathan Fletcher, Delegate Keith Haynes and other dignitaries cut the ribbon recognizing top donor Dr. Ray Brodie.

On January 27, the Kappa Alpha Psi Foundation of Metropolitan Baltimore hosted a Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at the Kappa Youth and Community Center (KYCC) to honor the donors to the KYCC Renovation Project.
The center houses the Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Baltimore Alumni Chapter’s Kappa League and Guide Right Program, which mentors Baltimore high school students in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM), financial literacy, entrepreneurship, and leadership.
The many donors to the mentorship programs were acknowledged during the ceremony, culminating in the dedication and naming of the first room of the facility in honor of Dr. Ray Brodie, the top donor to date.
Community dignitaries in attendance included Senator Nathaniel McFadden, Delegate Adrienne Jones, Delegate Antonio Hayes, Delegate Keith Haynes, and Promise Heights Executive Director Bronwyn Mayden.
In addition to mentorship activities, the Center, at 1207 Eutaw Place, also hosts community and family events such as weddings, showers, and educational forums.
For more information about supporting the Foundation or facility rental, visit their website.

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