History of Rho Kappa Lambda
The origins of the Rho Kappa Lambda Alumni Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., can be traced back to 1998. A number of unaffiliated brothers who live in the area express an interest in consolidating their efforts and assessing the feasibility of establishing a chapter to serve the Gwinnett County area. Although the efforts are not successful at the time, the process had begun.
On February 13, 2000 at 3:00pm, the official founding and formal meeting takes place. The nine men who met at the residence of Brother Andrew W. Snorton, III are able to see the process to fruition: Brother Maurice Cabble, Brother Manley Collins, Brother Dawayne Eason, Brother Sherman Fullove, Jr., Brother Calvin Fulwood, Brother Jeffrey Lamar, Brother Jerry Pope, Jr., Brother Andrew W. Snorton, III, and Brother Daniel Walker are duly noted as our charter or founding brothers.
On December 8, 2000, the chapter receives its charter. Since its humble beginnings, the chapter has achieved an unparalleled level of excellence. In light of its relative youth and size, the men of the Rho Kappa Lambda Alumni Chapter have steadfastly shown the metro Atlanta community that while many are called, few are chosen. And those few continuously march onward and upward toward the light.
This is the legacy and high standard that the brothers of the Rho Kappa Lambda Alumni Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. focus on attaining and achieving each and every day.