Huntsville Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi
Proudly & Faithfully Serving the Huntsville Community Since 1960
Taste of Kappa 10th Anniversary Edition!
Congratulations Brother Headen!
The Madison County Board of Education has voted on a new principal for Hazel Green High School. The school board named Dr. Quinn Headen as the new principal in a unanimous vote.
“Dr. Headen has the experience and qualities necessary to be a dynamic principal and he has built a good relationship with the Hazel Green staff, students, and families. We foresee continued excellence in all areas at Hazel Green under Dr. Headen’s guidance," said Superintendent Massey.
Honoring Brother Showers!
Brother Richard Showers, Sr. (left) receives the Polemarch's Award and a Certificate of Appreciation from HAC Immediate Past Polemarch Carlen J. Chestang, Jr.
Brother Showers has served as the Southern Province and Huntsville Alumni Senior Kappa Chairman. He is totally dedicated and represent the Senior Kappa in an outstanding fashion.
Congratulations Brother Stanley!
Brother Thornton Stanley, Jr. elected as Regional Vice President of the Alabama Cattlemen!
An entrepreneur by nature, Thornton means business when it comes to beef cattle. The Huntsville native’s father first purchased the family farm in 1969 and started with a few Texas Longhorn cattle. Since the time he could walk, Thornton has helped out with everything from tagging newborn calves, to managing grazing forages, to digging the ditch where they installed the pipeline to their first irrigated hayfields. His father, who is a graduate of the agricultural department at Alabama A&M University, poured into his children his knowledge of soil types, heterosis and hybrid vigor and how all the many components of managing a farm come together to maximize production.
Today, Diamond S Farms is an 80-head Angus-based cow-calf operation. The farm spans over 500 acres in the rolling hills of northwest Alabama.
Kappa League 2018 Interest Meeting
2018 Kappa Family Picnic
2018 Black & White Ball
2018 Kappa Football & Silhouette Cheer Camp
Huntsville Alumni Chapter Elects 2018-2019 Officers and Board of Directors
The members of the Huntsville Alumni Chapter are pleased to announce our officers for our next Fraternal year.
Brother Roderick Mack (Polemarch)
Brother Willie Brazile (Vice Polemarch)
Brother Rontario Hicks (Keeper Of Records)
Brother Jay Miller (Assistant Keeper of Records)
Brother Foster Gaddis (Keeper of Exchequer)
Brother Matthew Frost (Assistant Keeper of Exchequer)
Brother Alvin Rankins (Strategus)
Brother Adrian King (Lt. Strategus)
Brother James Bosley (Historian)
Brother Charles Owens (Reporter)
Membership Training Academy: Brother Stephen Cephus, Chairman with Brother Christopher Calhoun, Sr., and Brother Foster Gaddis
Board of Directors: Brother Carlen Chestang, Jr., Brother Otis Harris, and Brother Greg Simpson
Honoring Brother Howard Robinson
Brother Howard Robinson Recieves his 50 Year Jacket
Polemarch Brother Carlen J. Chestang, Jr. and KOR Brother Cedric D. Cole visited our dear Brother Howard Robinson in Florence, AL and presented him with his 50 year jacket recently. Brother Robinson is doing well and is in great spirits. Brother Robinson wished all his Kappa Brothers well, and told us to "keep on doing it and make sure we always wear that Crimson and Cream". Brother Robinson is a November 1956 initiate of the Beta Zeta Chapter, Alabama State University.
Kappas and Silhouettes Enjoy Valentines Day 2018!
6th Annual Revival!
The Brother's from the Huntsville Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. held our Sixth Interdenominational Spring Revival, April 16-18, 2018, beginning each night at 7:00 PM at the First Missionary Baptist Church, Huntsville, Alabama. This evangelistic effort by the fraternity continued to be a collaborative activity between local churches, service organizations and the Huntsville community. The greater Huntsville community was blessed to hear the evangelist for the week, Reverend Willie Dwayne Francois, III, Senior Pastor of Mount Zion Baptist Church Pleasantville, New Jersey, a gifted man of God, and a Brother of the noble clan of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. Worship through music was led by the First Missionary Baptist Church Youth Adult Ministry (FMBC YAM) Choir, Singing Pearls of Gamma Epsilon Omega, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc., the Alpha Phi Alpha Ensemble, and Kappa Chorus from the Huntsville Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. The Huntsville Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. initiated this Revival as an opportunity to come together as a Greek Letter Organization with the community in which they served to proclaim the faith that our Founders had through worship and songs; and seek inspiration and guidance through the word of God as they expanded their community involvement and service initiatives. This opportunity provided a worship experience that serves to reclaim the lost, and continue to build upon the foundation that was built in 1911 by our Founders.
Huntsville Alumni Chapter Presents Check to St. Jude's During the 68th Southern Province Council Meeting
to St. Jude's
Brothers from the Huntsville Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. at the 68th Southern Province Council Meeting in Mobile, AL. The chapter presented a check to St. Jude's for $2,150 during the banquet.
Healthy Kappas Initiative - 2018
2018 Founders Day
The Huntsville Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. celebrated our 107th Founders Day on Sunday, January 21st, 2019 @ the Huntsville Country Club.
Chapter Polemarch, Carlen J. Chestang, Jr. welcomed the Honorable Brother Anthony Daniels (AL Rep, District 53).
St. Jude Hospital - Sunday of Hope
The Huntsville Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc has created a donation site for St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Fraternity Brothers, family members and friends can make personal donations at our site towards our chapter goal of $2,000. Our entire Fraternity is working to support this worthwhile charity where you can and we invite you to see the St. Jude Kappa Wall. The Sunday of Hope is scheduled for June 30th, 2018.
2017 Thanksgiving Service Project