Concord's Phi Chi Chapter Hosted Annual Talent Hunt

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Talent Hunt 1st runner up McKenzie Collins, is pictured with Phi Chi Brothers (l-r) Robert Scott, Tommie Hanks and Arnold Collins.


March 13, 2020 1:22PM
Fran Farrer
Fran Farrer

CONCORD, NC - Saturday March 7th the Phi Chi Chapter of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. hosted its Annual Talent Hunt Program at Rock Hill AME Zion Church in Concord.

Six student participants from the community attended and displayed their tremendous talents. This year Phi Chi Chapter was proud to name Heaven Graves (Vocal Soloist) as its winner; McKenzie Collins (Viola Soloist), 1st runner up and Caleb Hopper (Drummer Soloist) finished as 2nd runner up.

Created in 1945, the Talent Hunt Program was born to provide the youth a platform to develop and give full expression to their artistic talents. Upheld as one of Omega Psi Phi's nationally mandated programs, the Annual Talent Hunt Program enables high school students to compete on the local, district and international level for cash prizes and scholarships. Participation is open for the following forms of trained art: Music (vocal and instrumental), Speech (poetry, oration, dramatic interpretation), Dance and Visual Art (Sculpture, photography, drawing and painting).

For any high school students interested in competing, please email the Talent Hunt Committee Chair Bro. Arnold Collins, at to request an application.