Smith football, Basketball and Baseball Star. THE JIMMY RAYE YOUTH FOUNDATIONThe Jimmy Raye Youth Foundation was formed nine years ago by Coach Raye with the help of his late friend, Ronnie “Chase” Chalmers to benefit the youth of Cumberland County.
GRIFFINNORTH CAROLINA WACHOVIA PRINCIPAL OF THE YEARTHE FIRST AFRICAN-AMERICAN FAYETTEVILLE- CUMBERLAND COUNTY SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENT Dr.
Griffin  was named Principal of the former Edward Evans Elementary School in 1965 and returned to Washington Drive in 1971 as Principal. Among the highlights of his Superintendence were the development of Character Education, the beginning of Schools of Choice, an increased commitment to parent involvement, strengthened staff development, and revitalization of the Cumberland County Education Foundation.     Dr.
Johna€™s.A A  The DC Public High School All-Stars were a collection of black and white players. He was named Wachovia Principal of the Year for North Carolina in 1990, having earlier received the honor of Wachovia Principal in Cumberland County and Fayetteville City Schools. He received the RJR Tech Prep Outstanding Superintendent Award and was named Administrator of the Year for District 9, Association of Educational Office Professionals.
He was named to who’s who in American Colleges and Universities.     He has also acquired an impressive record of service of state and community organizations. These appointments included chairmanship of the Cumberland County Library Board of Trustees and chairmanship of the Fayetteville City Board of Adjustment.
He is a former vice-president of the North Carolina High School Athletic Officials' Association. He served as Vice-President of the Low-Wealth Schools Funding and Equalization Consortium, and on the Board of the Public School Forum and the North Carolina Principal Fellows Program. Willis McLeod’s love for Fayetteville State University has shown through the years by his dedication and commitment in service to the university. As a graduate of the university, McLeod’s impact on the university show throughout the university’s history, and now he has given support that will last forever.
McLeod RISE Scholarship, an endowed scholarship which will provide students with scholarships for years to come. McLeod graduated from FSU in 1964 as one of the first two people to graduate with a degree in mathematics. He later received a master’s degree in school administration from the University of Virginia.
McLeod spent his career serving students in jobs that included teacher, school administrator, principal, and school superintendant.  McLeod came from humble beginnings and has always had a love for learning and education. He is grateful to Fayetteville State for providing the means for him to get an education and wants to ensure others have the same opportunities.        DR. Anderson, professor of psychology and former vice provost and vice president at the University of Albany in New York, to the Board of Governors Friday."I am the newest Bronco," Anderson told an enthusiastic audience at a reception on campus. During the week white parents were seen in and out of the facility and on the weekend they would pick-up their children and take them home.
Lloyd "Vic" Hackley has served as interim chancellor since then."There was a little damage to your reputation in the past, but that's OK," Anderson said.
My time was spend one block over on 13th and V Street working out of Harrison Playground and Harrison Elementary. I was of no help, I knew little or nothing about Hillcrest and how it served the community.
I was more concerned about the knuckleheads I would encounter hanging out in the U Street corridor. We discussed what remedies we could use to combat these acts of truancy.A My thoughts, why not try to use athletics as a motivational tool? The athletic team concept helped me to improve my school attendance and discipline, why not use the same vehicle for these knuckleheads (I know a knucklehead when I see one, because I was one). A I would notice after school the young men who should have been attending Harrison during school hours would migrate to the playground.
Cousins and Roving Leader Director, Stanley Anderson, I held tryouts for the Harrison touch football team on Harrison Playground in the evenings after school. You name the sport, football, basketball, baseball, track and field, most could run like the wind. I wished that I could have been that talented at their young age.Getting them to tryout for the team was easy, but getting them to improve their attendance and their grades was not going to be an easy chore. The rules of participation were; regular school attendance, maintain a C average, respectful behavior (no profanity) and be on time for school and practice. Several I had to dismiss from the team or I benched them in favor of a not so talented teammate, but as we started to win without them, they changed their rebel ways.A I convinced other elementary schools in walking distance of Harrison to participate, Garrison and Grimke principals liked the concept and came aboard. He is a former vice-president of the North Carolina High School Athletic Officials' Association. The idea went over so well other elementary schools wanted to participate and the program went city-wide. With my coaching genius, Harrison Elementary won the first City Wide Elementary Touch Football League Championship.
It took several practices before Andrew Johnson my high school teammate and police officer could convince his colleagues to take off their guns during practice.A The league was the brainchild of the late Mayor for Life, Marion Barry.
The league was designed to help improve police community relations and it did for a minute.A In 1968 all hell broke loose after the gun related death of our Prince of Peace in Memphis, Tn, Dr. I remember NFL Hall of Fame and Green Bay Packer player Willie Wood and I standing on the corner of 9th and U Streets after having lunch at the in-crowd hangout of the Che Maurice restaurant. It was a beautiful bright sun shiny April 4th day when someone rode by in a car and yelled "Harold Bell they just shot and killed Dr. A Our boss Stanley Anderson requested that we stay on the streets because we might be able to save a child.
A I was told to report to the Third District HQ to meet with Assistant Chief Timon O'Bryant. He told the officers to watch my back because I would be on the streets with them trying to keep the peace. He then gave me a police badge to assist me in getting through police and military barricades.
The Chili Bowl was the only business allowed to stay open during the riots, thanks to an assist from Chief U.
After the White House had ordered all businesses to shut-down, Luke intervene on behalf of Ben's explaining to President Lyndon B. Johnson that Ben's needed to stay open for first respondents, doctors, nurses, police, fire departments, military personnel and youth advocates like myself, we needed some place to eat.
The administrators at the Hillcrest Children's Center reported having problems with neighborhood youth and some adult residents harassing staff and family members of their patients. A friend on the staff of Children's Hospital recommended that they talk with me about the problem. Cross Creek is on the campus of Fayetteville State University, which is less than a mile from E.E.


Chalmers replaces Clinton Robinson, who left this month to become principal at Wake Forest-Rolesville High School in Wake County. A The tour of the facility was an eye opener for me, I could not believe there was a indoor swimming pool, in door and outdoor basketball courts, overnight facilities for patients and a cafeteria.
Smith made significant improvements in his four years there.      William Carver Inducted into Hall of Fame(August 14, 2007) Former Fayetteville State University Director of Athletics, William Carver, was among the latest additions to the North Carolina High School Athletic Association Hall of Fame. Long wanted to open the facility to kids in the neighborhood on the weekends (Saturday only). I thought this was a great ideal, but there was a catch, they wanted me to run the program. Smith High School and Hampton University, Carver spent most of his 40 years as an educator, coach and administrator in the Cumberland County School System             LEON MACK, Cumberland County Schools Athletic DirectorFormer EE Smith High School Athletic Director and Presently Cumberland County School System Student Activity Director and Athletic Director. There was no-way I was giving up that job, I still had dreams of playing in the NFL.I had a sit-down discussion with my wife Hattie, my brother Earl and my friend Andrew Johnson, both DC cops.
We reached a compromise and figure out a way to open the facility on Saturdays to neighborhood kids without me missing a game. A The first ever students bused in from Tacoma-Park Seven Day Adventist Church from Tacoma-Park, Md.
Today, high school and college students can earn credits toward graduation for volunteering in the community (unheard of before 1968).The first ever NFL Films nationally televised (CBS) community promo was video taped at Hillcrest in 1972.
Integrity and honesty were their hallmarks during all the community First accomplished at the Hillcrest Saturday Program, they had my back. A He was arrested under a state statute for insurrection, because he protested unequal justice and segregation laws while championing an interracial workers movement.. He was summarily sentenced to life in prison, though released on appeal following massive black protests. He earned two economic degrees from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science, respectively 1993 and 1995. He earned a Master’s of Divinity and a Master’s of Theology from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary in Wake Forest, North Carolina; Master’s of Theology, respectively in 1998 and 2001.
A Of course, the wise and the learned who pen A  A  A  A  A  A  A  editorials in the papers, and the ladies and gents with Dr.
Pinkney intercepted a team-high six passes during the '76 campaign, one of which included a 98-yard return against Richmond.
As a kick-off return specialist,  23.1 yards per return, which ranks as the ninth-highest return average in school history. After concluding his collegiate career, Pinkney was drafted by the Detroit Lions in the sixth round of the 1977 NFL Draft. He spent his educational career in Fayettville as principal of Pauline Jones Elementary School , Horace Sisk and EE. Smith he showed strong leadership in both Academic and Athletic excellence.           JUDGE CRESSIE THIGPENTHE FIRST AFRICAN-AMERICAN PRESIDENT OF THE NC. BAR ASSOCIATION Judge Cressie Thigpen, the first African-American elected president of the North Carolina State Bar, has been appointed to fill a vacancy on the state Court of Appeals.Gov. Thigpen will serve the remaining four months on the term of Judge Jim Wynn, who now sits on the 4th U.S. Thigpen plans to file next week to run for a full eight-year term on the Court of Appeals that would begin in January.Thigpen, a graduate of EE. Smith High School and North Carolina Central University, has been a special Superior Court judge since 2008.
Smith High School.Major takes the helm of the 330-member department at a time when the city is growing and the role of fire services is rapidly changing. Smith and Michigan State Football StarNFL veteran Charlie Baggett, who has coached nine 1,000-yard receivers in the professional ranks, will serve as Tennessee's assistant head coach and wide receivers coach. Baggett brings 33 years of coaching experience to the Vols, including 11 seasons as an NFL assistant.
Smith and a college standout at UNC-Pembroke in both volleyball and basketball, where she scored 1,554 career points. She returned to coach at her high school alma mater and has been successful for over 20 years, coaching both women's basketball and volleyball. She has coached in the North Carolina Coaches Association basketball game in Greensboro as well as the Carolinas All-Star Basketball Classic between North Carolina and South Carolina. She is Founder and President of Positive Images Entertainment Company founded in 1991 in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Jana brings to the table over 25 years of managing and coordinating experience and over 15 years, writing, creating and producing talents.
After her military term of service in 1980 Jana launched her own Entertainment Company, F&J Enterprise. Taking South Florida by storm she carved her niche through shopping mall promotions with clients such as The Lauderhill Mall, The Bazaar World Flea Market and numerous other retail outlets. Managing amateur modeling, acting, singing, and dancing talents, F&J Enterprise strived toward excellence and achieved. In 1991 after a brief stint as an urban radio talk host with WFAI 1230-AM in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Jana revived her entrepreneurial skills renamed her company and Positive Images Entertainment Company was born. Broadening her horizons she created and launched her own community level talk show “Positive Images” in conjunction with Cablevision of Fayetteville. Within one year her show became apart of the program line up at WKFT-TV-40      Marshall B. Pitts -THE FIRST AFRICAN-AMERICAN FAYETTEVILLE , NC MAYOR In 2001 was elected as Fayetteville, North Carolina’s first African-American Mayor. He graduated from Westover High School in 1982 where he excelled in both academics and athletics.
He continued this trend at Appalachian State University and earned his Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice with a minor in the field of Political Science in 1987. Subsequently, Marshall went on to obtain his law degree from North Carolina Central University in 1990. Jeanette Council is the immediate past chair of the Cumberland County Board of Commissioners. Aaron Johnson takes us to the front lines of the fight for civil and human rights in our country over the last fifty years. Whether being beaten and dragged from a dime store lunch counter, standing blindfolded before a Ku Klux Klan meeting, or praying arm-in-arm with a death-row inmate, Johnson shows us how human hatred and fear smells, sounds and feels—and how it feels to empower others with hope and trust.Told with humility and humor, Johnson’s story reminds us that one individual—with focus and faith—can effect great change despite repeated hurdles. Readers will come to know Aaron Johnson as a friend and inspiring hero who suspects that God still has a few projects waiting for him on his to-do list.  REV.
JONES ,FOUNDER OF THE FAYETTEVILLE PRESSIn 1989, the first edition of The Fayetteville Press was printed.


Jones who was coming to the end of an outstanding military service career.A native of Chattanooga, Tennessee, Mr. Jones began his media career in his hometown in 1976 as a Radio Sales Rep and Announcer for WNOO Radio. In 1978 he joined the Army, where he served in the Public Affairs field where he served as Army Photographer, Armed Forces Radio announcer and Military Writer.Starting the Fayetteville Press Newspaper, would become a culmination of Mr. The paper has a state wide circulation market, among its local circulation market is Fayetteville, Spring Lake, Hope Mills, Dunn and Raeford.The Fayetteville Press Newspaper is also well known as a strong advertising sales medium.
Since its inception, the Lady Broncos have won two CIAA Championships (1979 & 2001) and has six NCAA postseason appearances.
Coach Eva Patterson-Heath previously served as the Head Girl’s Basketball Coach at Red Spring High School in Red Springs, NC for the past 13 years. This outstanding record led her teams to 17 conference titles, 11 conference tournament championships, and 23 state playoff appearances with two State Championship appearances. Coach Heath’s coaching ability allowed her to develop 21 collegiate student-athletes, seven North Carolina East-West All Star players, three Robeson County Players of the Year, and one Cape Fear Region Player of the Year. In 2009, she was inducted into the Robeson County’s Inaugural Sports Hall of Fame and in 2006, she was chosen as the North Carolina High School Athletics Association Female Coach of the Year.  NICK PERKINS , EE.
SMITH GRAD.As Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer of Perkins Management Services Company, I would like to extend my sincere appreciation to you for taking the time to learn about our company, our management philosophy and the services that we provide. The Golden Bar of Excellence as represented in our logo is a symbol of our commitment to maintaining a superior level of quality management services.Perkins Management Services Company is a dynamic young company that is poised to become an industry leader.
Our company has achieved tremendous growth since our establishment in 2005, we attribute our success to our unique ability to create innovative concepts that are modeled to transcend traditional programs and adapt to the changing needs of our customers, while delivering exceptional customer service. We are committed to recruiting, hiring, and training the best executive and culinary talent available.We are committed to total quality management and the delivery of a sustained quality product. Our company stands firm upon a foundation built with integrity and guided by both moral and ethical commitments to sound business practices and socially responsible corporate citizenship. We look forward to establishing a mutual beneficial partnership with you in the future!  HECTOR MCEACHERNAn E.E. Smith and Fayetteville State University Grad. During his 30-year human resources management career with Wachovia Corporation, Hector McEachern played a key role in keeping the company on the leading edge as the HR field expanded and matured exponentially.
Our firm provides guidance on human capital strategies, executive coaching and diversity leadership, organizational change through mergers and acquisitions, and organizational consulting. While at Wachovia, Mr. McEachern rose from personnel manager to become manager of corporate human resources, chief diversity officer, and, most recently, executive vice president and human resources business partner director. In the latter position, he provided executive oversight of the corporation’s operating committee for human resources and other business lines, including leadership for 12 HR officers and 240 HR professionals. McEachern established the corporation’s Office of Diversity through which he steered a comprehensive cultural assessment of the organization’s workforce and designed and implemented a company-wide cultural awareness and diversity initiative. A long-time leader in his profession, Mr.
McEachern is a former member of the American Bankers Association’s Human Resources Executive Committee and former chairman of the Bank Administration Institute’s Human Resources Division. He also commits himself to numerous educational and charitable endeavors, including being former chair of the Fayetteville State University board of trustees, member of the boards for LeMoyne-Owen College and Guilford College, on the board of advisors for UNCG, life member of the board of advisers for The Children’s Home Society of North Carolina, and on the Wells Fargo Greensboro advisory board.  Mr. FELTON CAPELBorn in Richmond County, NC, Felton Capel attended Mineral Springs High School in Ellerbe and then served two years in the military in Germany and France. On the GI Bill of Rights, he then attended college at Hampton University in Virginia.
Felton has served as chairman and member of the FSU Board of Trustees (1978 - 1987) and then as vice chairman and member of the FSU Foundation Board of Directors for more than 10 years. He was then baptized and joined the Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church of Saint Pauls, North Carolina. Superintendent of Church School, Director of Church Training Union, Teacher of Church School and Church Training Union, Church Clerk, Church Treasurer and Trustee. Reverend Rouse is a 1967 Honor graduate of the former East Side High School of Saint Pauls, North Carolina.
After graduation, he attended North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University of Greensboro, North Carolina and completed 2 years. Due to the untimely demise of his mother, he returned home to assist with the care of his brothers and sisters. He then entered Robeson Community College of Lumberton, North Carolina (Former Robeson Technical Institute) and earned an Associate Degree in Building Trades Drafting.
With such tremendous determination, Reverend Rouse later attended Shaw Universityof Raleigh, North Carolina and achieved a B.A.
He also did further studies at Shaw Divinity School of Raleigh, North Carolina and obtained a Masters of Theology degree from International Seminary of Plymouth Florida.
She received a Bachelor of Arts in English from North Carolina Central University in 1978 and her Masters in Educational Administration in 1984 from Fayetteville State University. During that time Ms.Corders was named Cumberland County Teacher of the Year, Cumberland County Assistant Principal of the Year and Cumberland County Principal of the Year on three separate occasions. Valeria Fleminghas been teaching at Fayetteville State University since 1960.  As of 2010, her 50 year anniversary, Dr. State University in 1981 and his law degree from NCCU in 1984. ROZ MAJOR WILLIAMSRoszella Major Williams was an All-conference volleyball , basketball and track athlete while at EE . While at East Carolina Univesity , she was outstanding in track, Volleyball and field hockey. She was teacher of the yea in 1990 and Named to who's Who among NC High School Teachers. Fuller strongly emphasizes stewardship of time and talent, and the biblical principle of tithing. His ministry is not restricted to just his local congregation but extends to state, national, and global levels. He was the organizing president of the Ministers and Pastors Conference within the Union Baptist Association. A He has served on national boards such as Lott-Carey, Morehouse School of Religion, National Baptist Convention USA, Inc., and state president of the North Carolina Baptist Convention.
Smith Head Basketball Coach and Fayetteville State University ALL-AMERICAN Baseball Player.As a retired educator, Dr.
Ellis has over 30 years experience that has included teaching, coaching, school level and central office level administration. George retired while holding the position of Executive Director of High School Education in Cumberland County Schools in Fayetteville, North Carolina.          REV. Recently, Larry was honored by his alma mater, Fayetteville State University, with an induction into their Hall of Fame.



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