Psi Lambda Educational Foundation Presents 6th Annual ML King Memorial Breakfast

Monday, January 6, 2020
The Psi Lambda Educational Foundation, Inc. will host its sixth annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Memorial Scholarship Breakfast on Jan. 20 from 9-11 a.m. at the Chattanooga Convention and Trade Center. 

Tickets are $30 each, or a table of eight can be reserved for $240. PLEF funds the educational programs of Psi Lambda Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. 

The breakfast will feature panelists Tenesha Irvin, host of “The Tenesha Irvin Show” on WMPZ Grove 93; Dr.
Richard Brown, vice chancellor of Finance and Administration at UTC; and Chantelle Roberson, attorney, civil litigation cases in Chattanooga.

This event is multi-purpose: (1) honoring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr's legacy, (2) Raising funds for college scholarships, and (3) Recognizing outstanding individuals and organizations that have demonstrated Dr. King's mission to fight racism, end poverty and to promote justice and peace.

For tickets or additional information, contact APAPsiLambda1926@gmail.com, call 423-799-1926 or contact a member of Psi Lambda Education Foundation.

A limited supply of tickets will be available at Live and Let Live Barbershop on MLK Boulevard and Herman’s Restaurant on Brainerd Road.

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