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Kappa Alpha Psi Youth and Community Center

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The Kappa Alpha Psi Foundation of Metropolitan Baltimore (KAPFMB) will officially open its new community center, 10 a.m., Oct. 19. The Kappa Alpha Psi Youth and Community Center is located at 1207 Eutaw Place in the Bolton Hill neighborhood. The center is believed to be the first youth center located within the Baltimore city limits operated by a historically-Black Greek fraternal organization.

Maryland Sen. Nathaniel McFadden, and former associate judge of the Supreme Bench (now the Circuit Court for Baltimore City) George L. Russell Jr., also a Kappa, will serve as Honorary Event Chairs. The opening of the new youth center has been a goal of the Kappa Foundation for several years as it seeks to expand and broaden its mission on behalf of Baltimore City youth, especially African- American males

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