Our service to the city of Philadelphia reaches its 100-year milestone in October 2020. We enthusiastically renew our commitment to uplifting our community, in service to others, as we celebrate this historic occasion. Mu Omega Chapter was chartered in the year 1920 and led by our 1st Basileus who was also one of four founders of our great fraternity, brother Dr. Oscar James Cooper. I am humbled to serve as the 48th Basileus of my Chapter of initiation, during its Centennial year.
We approach this year with anticipation and invite you to celebrate with us. This is our year for rebirth. Our theme for the year is – GROW. Our three-pronged approach includes finding suitable men for membership, reclaiming un-financial brothers, and retaining existing members. We are actively seeking men of like attainment as we prioritize the areas of social media, app development, data analytics, graphic design, marketing, and communications, and project management.
If you are a visiting or reclaimable brother of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated, and want to learn more about our chapter, we welcome you to visit our fraternity house on the second Thursday of the month at 6 pm for dinner, followed by our formal meeting. Business attire is required. Plan to stay awhile as we fellowship and fraternize after the meeting in our inviting Lucus Lounge. If you were initiated in this chapter and are not active, this is your homecoming year. Join us during our centennial week. If you are a veteran checkout our QueVets. We welcome all brothers in and around the city to join us.
To our community partners, friends, and supporters we value your relationship and thank you for your loyalty. There is a lot going on so return to this site often for exciting updates on community service projects, youth scholarships, our Charles R. Drew Blood Drive, mental health awareness activities, and other important cultural and economic development events throughout this centennial year.
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Dr. Daniel B. Taylor (bow tie standing next to Omega Founder Dr. Oscar J. Cooper, during Mu Omega's Frat House Mortgage Burning Celebration in 1962). Dr. Taylor was Medical Director and Chief Urologist of Philadelphia’s Mercy-Douglass Hospital. He was also one of 28 charter members of the Mu Omega Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity. Charter members also included Omega Founder Dr. Oscar J. Cooper Judge William H. Hastie. Dr. Cooper.