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A Community Project Of, By and For the People of Windsor Essex County

Alpha Kai Omega Fraternity

Our History

Alpha Kai Omega (A.K.O) Fraternity has a long history of community service promoting sports among young people in the region with an emphasis on self-esteem, sportsmanship and leadership. The birth of one of Canada’s best known and most respected youth sports organizations took place 87 years ago, In 1929, seven young students at Windsor Walkerville Technical School (later W. D. Lowe High School), formed a Fraternity called Alpha Kai Omega. The translation from these Greek words to mean “From Beginning to End”.

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Windsor Stadium Restoration Project

This historic community partnership represents the culmination of hundreds of hours of work by two distinct groups, both united in the pursuit of one simple goal – to provide greater growth and development opportunities to our community through improved access to athletic, artistic and cultural resources. AKO will ensure that the rental/lease fees are fair and reasonable, to support ongoing financial success and stability for AKO and user groups. All proceeds will be used to for ongoing improvements to the stadium. Those using Windsor Stadium will benefit from the renovations while supporting AKO’s legacy within our community – it’s a win-win.

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Windsor Stadium Restoration Project Conference

AKO held a conference on Friday to discuss the future of the Windsor Stadium Restoration Project.

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Local Athletes Getting Ready For Rio - https://t.co/v5huD8h9mi https://t.co/tJ36cpWXA1

Huge thanks to @fitzgeraldets and @teamets for a great month. Couldn't be more mentally and physically ready to go! https://t.co/ZN0QOnp0T1

Extremely proud of the way our players battled tonight. We played to the end. In life their are always ups and... https://t.co/MpJ7nH1JWe

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AKO Fraternity shared Baron Championship Rings's photo. ...

#TBT AKO Fraternity 2013 #OFC #Champions #everyringhasastory

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It's a Winning Wednesday - the last #OFC team to win the Canadian Bowl was the 1999 AKO Fraternity who beat the Okanagan Sun Football Club 32-29 in Windsor in front of 3,500 fans

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