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Welcome to the Magnificent Beta Mu Mu Chapter of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Incorporated! Chartered January 26th 2007. Friendship is Essential to the Soul!!!!
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The chapter recognizes students selected by their teachers for academic performance
at its annual Founders Day brunch.



Student achievers with Chapter members at the 2018 annual Founders Day Brunch


As part of its Fatherhood Initiative the chapter has partnered with an existing community program,
Real Talk, which is a youth intervention program. Chapter members often take part as guest speakers
to share how they made successful career choices.



Bro. Dr. Leary Adams discusses his career as an Air Force officer and elementary school principal

The chapter takes part with other Las Vegas Ques through participation in the prisoner re-entry and
Fatherhood Initiative by supporting the Angel Tree Program sponsored by a church of one of its
members. Angel Tree is a program of prison fellowship that connects parents in prison with their
children through the delivery of Christmas gifts (toys, blankets, clothing, gift cards, and wrapping
paper) to the children in the name of their incarcerated parents. This program allows the incarcerated
father or mother to stay connected with their child, making for a smoother transition to family life
upon the parent’s re-entry into the community.

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Bros. Clarke, Walden, Bacon, and Adams pose with some of the gifts collected for Angel Tree

Annually, the chapter partners with Walgreens to give free flu shots (and shingles and pneumonia
vaccinations for a fee) to congregants of a local church.



Bros. Bacon and Scott pose with Walgreens employees during an annual flu shot event. Bro. Scott’s wife, Michelle (second from right), coordinated the chapter’s initial involvement

With Panhellenic Council support the chapter hosted its second annual Bro. Dr. Charles Drew blood
drive in conjunction with the Red Cross in June 2019. The drive collected thirty-five pints of blood
from donors.



Omega volunteers for the Chapter’s second annual Bro. Dr. Charles Drew blood drive


During the 80 th Grand Conclave in Las Vegas, NV, the Chapter spearheaded two social action projects
for the Fraternity. Bro. Charles Walden, a retired Army colonel and Chapter KRS at that time,
coordinated the Fraternity’s “Feed the Hungry” pre-conclave activity that provided over 40 pounds of
fresh vegetables and non-perishable items to 400 needy families. Bro. Dr. Leary Adams, a retired
elementary school principal and Chief of Staff to the Grand Marshal, coordinated “Building Bridges
Back to Society”, a project that provided practical tools encouraging manhood, scholarship,
perseverance, and uplift to ex- offenders (who at that time were incarcerated at the Nevada
Department of Corrections’ Southern Desert Correctional Center) to equip and empower them for
reentry into our communities.



Needy Las Vegas families receive non-perishable food items and fresh vegetables and fruit during
Fraternity’s “Feed the Hungry” initiative in conjunction with the 80th Grand Conclave




Bro. Walden (2nd from left) with other Omega volunteers, Bro. Dr. Adams and Bro. 1VDR Martinez (3rd; 4th from left) at “Feed the Hungry” social action project during prelude to 80th Grand Conclave



Bro. Dr. Adams and other Fraternity members address incarcerated offenders, who are preparing to reenter society, as part of the “Building Bridges Back to Society” project.



Bros. Dr. Adams (4th from left) and Bacon (3rd from left), Chapter Basileus, pose with other Fraternity participants in the “Building Bridges Back to Society” project.

Throughout each year the chapter sponsors activities that support student learning and social events
and fundraises for its annual scholarship award.



Chapter members and teachers helping students program a robot at Kit Carson International Academy




Students assembled outside of an AMC theater while awaiting a showing of Black Panther



Chapter members, teachers, and students in robotics training at Kit Carson International Academy