Greetings and welcome to the online home of the Alpha Chi Lambda Chapter.
I greet you on behalf of the men who have labored to hold high the torch passed on to us by the Founders of our chapter in 1935. The Brothers of Alpha Chi Lambda, since the chartering of our chapter on 28 April have worked tirelessly to provide voice, vision, leadership and advocacy to the Central Savannah River Area.
Founded on the campus of Cornell University in Ithaca, NY on December 4, 1906, Alpha Phi Alpha is the first and oldest collegiate Black Greek Lettered Organization founded in the United States. From its humble beginnings on the Cornell campus the fraternity has been in the forefront of the battle for racial equality, a trailblazer in the fight for quality education, a spearheaded efforts to ensure the right to vote is unencumbered and a leader in supplying the talent needed to meet the needs of all citizens regardless of race, creed or color in support of our mantra, Alpha South: Leadership | Empowerment | Advocacy | Dedication | Service.
The website provides you with the opportunity to learn more about the rich history of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., and the Alpha Chi Lambda Chapter, introduce you to the leadership of the chapter, highlight the projects, programs, events and activities of our chapters, offer details of upcoming events and activities, while allowing Brothers to enter their contact information and return to the fold, if they have been missing from the House.
The chapter meets on the Third Thursday of each month at the A. C. Griggs Fraternity House, located at 1025 12th Street in the city of Augusta – Richmond County.
Please enjoy your visit and feel free to provide your feedback, whether positive or negative.
With warm regards
Joey D. Kenley