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Significant Historical Events

  • 1970 - 1971  (Rudolph W. Snowden, Basileus)
      • 1st Achievement Week Program held at Mt. Calvary Baptist Church -- November 15, 1970
      • 1st Mardi Gras held at St. Catherine's Catholic Church, Rockville, MD -- Johnie E. Harris, Chairmam
    • 1971 - 1972  (Brucy Gray, Basileus)
      • 1st Talent Hunt Program held at Rockville High School, Rockville, MD -- James Guess, Chairman
      • 1st draft of chapter By-Laws proposed
    • 1972 - 1973  (Johnie E. Harris, Basileus)
      • 1st Boatride held during the summer on the Potomac river.
    • 1973 - 1974  (Adam E. McKee,Jr., Basileus)
      • 1st scholarship award program targeting minority students, Clinton Methodist Church, Rockville, MD
      • 1st shirtsleeve conference held July 13, 1974, Howard Inn, Washington, DC
    • 1974 - 1975  (Adam E. McKee,Jr., Basileus)
      • Johnie E. Harris selected District Omega Man of the Year
    • 1975 - 1976  (Walter Coleman Basileus)
      • Johnie E. Harris appointed District Scholarship Chairman 
    • 1976 - 1977  (Herbert W. Owens Basileus)
      • Adam E. McKee,Jr. elected 1st Vice District Representative
    • 1977 - 1978  (Samuel Sullivan Basileus)
      • Adam E. McKee,Jr. elected 2nd District Representative
      • R. W. Snowden Scholarship Fund Articles of Incorporation approved
    • 1981 - 1982  (Johnie E. Harris Basileus)
      • Mu Nu hosted the 34th District Conference, April 30 - May 2, 1982, Crystal City, VA
    • 1983 - 1984  (Richard H. Johnson,Jr. Basileus)
      • Richard H. Johnson,Jr. elected 2nd District Keeper of Records & Seal
    • 1986 - 1987  (Reginald M. Felton Basileus)
      • Grand Basileus Moses C. Norman,Sr. was The Achievement Week Program speaker
      • The Saturday School opened at the Olney Towne Center with an enrollment of twenty-one students
      • Adam E. McKee,Jr. was appointed the National Achievement Week Program Chairman
    • 1987 - 1988  (Howard D. Mayfield Basileus)
      • Richard H. Johnson,Jr. elected 2nd District Representative
      • Johnie E. Harris appointed the National Scholarship Program Chairman
      • Howard D. Mayfield appointed District Housing Program Chairman
      • C. Arthur Eubanks appointed Assault on Illiteracy Chairman
      • Adam E. McKee,Jr. appointed Time and Place Chairman
      • Peter K. Higginbotham appointed Corridor I Representative
    • 1989 - 1990  (Howard D. Mayfield Basileus)
      • Adam E. McKee,Jr. elected Grand Keeper of Records & Seal
      • Richard H. Johnson,Jr. appointed District Scholarship Chairman
    • 1991 - 1992  (C. Arthur Eubanks Basileus)
      • Mu Nu Chapter By-Laws revised the second time
      • Mu Nu Chapter recipient of the 2nd District Reclamation Award (8 brothers reclaimed)
    • 1993 - 1994  (Roscoe V. Parker,Jr. Basileus)
      • Mu Nu Chapter recipeint of the 2nd District Social Action Award of $1000.00
      • Johnie E. Harris appointed International Chairman of the History and Archives Committee
    • 1994 - 1995  (Robert J. Jamison,Jr. Basileus)
      • Mu Nu Chapter's 25 Anniversary Rededication service held in Annapolis, MD
      • Adam E. McKee,Jr. elected 1st Vice Grand Basileus
    • 1995 - 1996  (Robert J. Jamison,Jr. Basileus)
      • The Saturday School was incorporated and named the George B. Thomas,Sr. Learning Academy, Inc.
      • The Saturday School program recipient of the State of Maryland Literacy award presented by Governor Parris Glendening
      • The George B. Thomas Learning Academy, Inc. named one of the top ten tutoring/memtoring programs by the Association of Cities and Counties
      • Reginald M. Felton elected 1st Black School Board President in Montgomery County, Maryland
      • Mu Nu Chapter hosts the 2nd District Conference
    • 1999 - 2002  (Milton D. Harrison Basileus)
      • Milton D. Harrison appointed the 2nd District, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. Corridor I Representative
  • 2002 - 2003 (Troy A. Priest Basileus)
    • Mu Nu Chapter incorporates the Mu Nu Foundation, Inc.

  • 2004 - 2005 (Eddie C. Black Basileus)
    • Mu Nu Chapter celebrates 35th Anniversary
 
    • 2007 - 2008  (Bobby Jewett. Basileus)
      • Milton D. Harrison elected 2nd District Keeper of Records & Seal


      • 2008 - 2011 (Troy A. Priest Basileus)
          • Centennial Celebration of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. and implemented strategic plan.
          • Celebrated the 40th Anniversary of Mu Nu Chapter
          • New by-laws approved by brotherhood
          • Increased chapter membership to more than 110 men
          • Conducted Founders Dinner to honor members
          • Site selection resulted in relocation of Chapter meetings to the new locations: 1 Veterans Place - Silver Spring Civic Building
          •  Successfully bid for the 68th District Conference which is the new standard
          • Implemented the reinstatement of the Chapter newsletter
        • 2011 - 2013 (David A. Hill Basileus)
          • Established and launched the Fatherhood & Mentoring Initiative – Game Changer Conference for Young Males, Father Daughter Dinner Dance, Fathers & Sons Day, etc.
          • Oversaw the successful completion of two MSP processes, the Centennial Line and Spring 2013 (largest line in Mu Nu history)
          • Supported and participated in the development of strategy for the election of Milton Dewey Harrison as First Vice District Representative, including seconding his nomination at the 66th District Conference at the Gaylord Hotel at National Harbor, MD.
        • 2013 - 2015 (Clarence Thomas Jr. Basileus)
          • Spearheaded and developed strategy for the election of Milton Dewey Harrison as 34th 2nd District Representative.
          • Hosted 1st Annual Christmas with the Ques Holiday Boat Ride as the Chapter's Holiday Party
          • Hosted a Golf Tournament as a Chapter fellowship event. The event consisted of a golf tournament followed by a catered fellowship luncheon.

          • Mu Nu Chapter was awarded the Second District Retention Award at the 67th 2nd District Conference for outstanding innovation and support to the retention initiative.

          • Brother Clarence Thomas Jr., Mu Nu Chapter Basileus awarded Omega Man of the Year for his outstanding Chapter leadership and alignment of Mu Nu Chapter as a major District and International contributor. Additionally, Mu Nu Chapter prepared and submitted a submission package for recognition as Large Graduate Chapter of the Year.

          • Mu Nu Chapter served as Health Fair Co-Sponsor with Montgomery County Alumnae Chapter, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Brother Clarence Thomas Jr., Mu Nu Chapter Basileus made welcoming remarks and supported event activities were supported by several Omega Men in attendance.

          • Mu Nu Chapter served as Community Health Fair Co-Organizer with Potomac Valley Alumnae Chapter, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. Social Action Committee Chair, Brother Donald Williams oversaw organization of Men’s Health related events at the Fair, and Mu Nu Chapter participated in coordinating several health topic presented to over 75 people in attendance.

          • Mu Nu Chapter participated in activities to support the EMBODI (Empowering Males to Build Opportunities for Developing Independence) program sponsored by the with Potomac Valley Alumnae Chapter, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.

        • 2015 - 2017 (Kelvin Ampofo Basileus)
          • Mu Nu hosted the 68th Second District Conference (April 2016) at the Marriott Hotel and Conference Center, Rockville, MD.
          • Established new attendance, participation, and financial goals
          • Bro. Kelvin Ampofo appointed Corridor I Representative
        • 2017 - Present (Donald Williams, II Basileus)
          • Spearheaded and developed strategy for the election of Kelvin Ampofo as 34th 2nd District Keeper of Records & Seal – 70th Second District Conference in Baltimore.
          • Launched new initiative “Ques on the Move” podcast.  It is a monthly internet talk show highlighting Mu Nu Chapter’s significant events in Montgomery County.
          • Launched Charter/Mu Nu Homecoming Weekend to celebrate 48 years of community engagement and impact