Chattanooga Kappas, Kappa Foundation Present "The Kountdown" New Year's Eve

Monday, December 17, 2018
The Chattanooga Alumni Chapter Of Kappa Alpha Psi will host its annual "The Kountdown 2019" New Year's Eve Party, which benefits Kappa Foundation of Chattanooga.  The event is Monday, Dec. 31, starting with the dinner at 6:30 p.m., and the after party at 1 a.m. at Chattanooga Marriott Downtown, Two Carter Plaza.

"The mission of Kappa Foundation is to conduct fundraising activities and provide financial support for scholarships and community/health service projects," officials said.  "Founded in 2004, the nonprofit serves as a leader and partner in various programs throughout Hamilton County, including the John P.
Franklin Scholarship, Youth Blast, Minority Health Fair and Youth Guide Right Program of the Kappa Leadership League."

Kappa Foundation of Chattanooga has granted more than $150,000 in scholarships and support to the community since its inception.

To purchase tickets online, visit Eventbrite.com at chattcitynupeskountdownnye2019.eventbrite.com.

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