About G-Rock

B. Touré Breaker


B. Toure BreakerWelcome to the award-winning website of Gaithersburg-Rockville (MD) Alumni Chapter of Kappa Alpha Psi. It is my honor to serve as Polemarch of Gaithersburg-Rockville (MD) Alumni Chapter that we affectingly call “G-Rock as we strive to be the Rock of the Eastern Province of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity Inc.

Our goal is simple, to promote public service in the interest of the Gaithersburg and Rockville Community through scholarship, mentorship, and community outreach. Since January 1989 the men of G-Rock have developed a relationship in Montgomery County that continues to grow. The leadership that men of Kappa provide is unmatched and is evident in our chapter’s membership.

As you browse our website take note of our Guide Right/Kappa League program that aims to mentor young men in Montgomery County. Our Kappa Youth and Community Foundation leads the charge in giving scholarships to graduating seniors in the local area.

If you are looking for a Chapter to join, now is the time to join an award-winning chapter on the move. We meet every second Saturday of the month at 10 am. If you are interested in attending a meeting please contact us through the reclamation link or email me.

- B. Toure Breaker, Polemarch

Our History

Charter Members

Chartered Members

♦Larry Anthony, ♦ Jon Tyrone Blue, ♦ Eugene V. B. Gottlieb, ♦ Harry Hardin, Jr. ♦ Orlando H. Harris, ♦ Tommy James, lll, ♦ William McLauren, ♦ George Sherman, ♦ E. Darryl Southard, ♦ Thaddeus Steele, ♦ Vincent Taylor, ♦ Michael Williams, ♦ John Wright, and ♦ Rudy Winkfield.

January 20, 1989, marked another milestone in the history of Kappa Alpha Psi. On this date, another chapter was added to the long scroll of this great and noble clan.

The Gaithersburg/Rockville (MD) Alumni Chapter was born. Born under the tutelage and guidance of 14 brothers dedicated to the ideals of Achievement.

The chartering ceremony, which preceded a black-tie dinner, was presided over by the Eastern Province and new Grand Polemarch, Howard L. Tutman, Jr. This was the first alumni chapter that he had the honor of christening. Attendees included representatives from most of the alumni chapters in the Metropolitan Washington, DC area.

The Gaithersburg/Rockville (MD) Alumni Chapter had a unique start. The charter was formed in a matter of months. The first meeting to discuss establishing a chapter was held in July 1988, and the petition was submitted soon thereafter. The petition was approved by the Grand Board at their New Orleans meeting on November 5, 1988. The January chartering made the efforts complete and official.