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'5' Roy ales Honored
(Above) The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inducted the "5" Royales and others
into the Hall on April 18. The other inductees were Ringo Starr, The Paul
Butterfield Blues Band, Green Day, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts, Lou Reed,
Stevie Ray Vaughn & Double Trouble and Bill Withers.
(Upper Right) Darryl Pauling, shown with his father, Lowman Pauling, in the
background, was able to attend the induction of his father's band into the Rock
and RollJJall of Fame on April 18.
(Right) Bobby Wilson and Kim Bell, Winston-Salem residents who led the effort
to get the "5" Royales into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, enjoy the Hall while
attending the induction ceremony festivities.
Deltas partner with Winston-Salem
Prep on international project
SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE
For the last three years, the Winston
Salem Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma
Theta Sorority, Inc. has partnered with
Winston-Salem Prep Academy Middle
School to bring awareness to international
The students in Janel Sharpe's 8th
grade classes learned about and discussed
international water crises.
On Thursday, April 9, Dr. Jean R.
Dominique, a native of Port Au Prince,
Haiti, spoke to the classes about the impor
tance of maintaining clean and safe water.
He explained that in the United States,
water is often taken for granted but in
many places such as his native land, Haiti,
there is a severe water crisis. He further
stated that sanitation issues lead to clean
water not always being available.
Haitians sometimes become chronical
ly ill due to the lack of clean water. The
students were very attentive and had
numerous questions for Dominique.
The students have written essays and
prepared posters describing the interna
tional water crisis. The posters and essays
will be judged and winners will be select
ed. Delta Sigma Theta Sorority will award
prizes to the winners at their 8th grade
Through its International projects,
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc. enables
Delta women and the community to broad
en their knowledge and understanding of
nations other than their own and in a small
way, assist in the solutions of world prob
Elizabeth Newton is the president of
the Winston-Salem Alumnae Chapter of
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority and Gail
Hosch is the chair of the International
Dr. Jean R.
helped - with
the water proj
Dr. Jean R. Dominique is shown with the students.
Alumnus, photographer, filmmaker to
speak at UNCSA high school graduation
SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE
An alumnus and world-renowned pho
tncmmhpr dnrumpntarv filmmak
er, and director will return to the
University of North Carolina
School of the Arts as speaker for
High School Commencement.
David LaChapelle (Visual
Arts '81) will speak during the
event at 10 a.m. on Saturday, May
16, at UNCSA's Stevens Center.
Lindsay Bierman said, is a great
role model for graduating seniors.
"His high school arts conservato
ry education helped him build a successful,
meaningful career doing what he loves. We
want that for all of our graduates," he said.
LaChapelle will receive an honorary
doctorate from UNCSA during the cere
mony, which will award diplomas to an
estimated 121 students in Dance, Drama,
Celebrating its 50th anniversary, the
University of North Carolina School of the
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supported arts school, a
unique stand-alone public
university of arts conservato
ries. With a high school com
ponent, UNCSA is a degree
granting institution that trains
young people of talent in
music, dance, drama, film
making! and design and pro
Established by the N.C.
General Assembly in 1963,
the School of the Arts opened in Winston
Salem in 1965 and became part of the
University of North Carolina system when
it was formed in 1972. UNCSA's college
commencement will be held at 10 a.m. on
Saturday, May 9. For more information,
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& Give Thanks
St. Paul United
2400 Dellabrook Rd.
Pastor boiurtd Jenkins
May 24, 2015