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| Community Briefs | Coleman Squire elected Mr. Junior at NCCU Te7f, ^u're was elected by his peers on April 13 as Mr. Junior at North Carolina Central University for the v?. Coleman is the son of Kevin and Sylvia Squire. Squire is a 2013 graduate from North Forsyth High School majoring in physical education with a concentration in athletic training who aspires to be a physical therapist. He is a Crosby Scholar, BB&T Scholar, Melvin Mauney Scholar and Sir Walter Mack Scholar. Squire is a well-round ed student excelling in academics while working, volunteer ing and mentoring others. He is a second-generation NCCU Eagle who ran his recent campaign on the theme "Bridging the Gap." He expressed the need to bridge gaps with potential NCCU students and NCCU alumni. Squire plans to use this position as Mr. Junior at NCCU to fulfill the motto of "Truth and Service." Squire Dr. Carmen Robinson named chief resident Baylor College of Medicine's Department of Family and Community Medicine has selected Dr. Carmen Tabrielle Robinson as its chief resident for 2015-2016. The Family Medicine residency program is based out of the Houston, Harris Health System. TTte Harris Health System focuses on caring for underserved populations in Harris County, Texas. The wide-ranging and broad clinical practices residents obtain in this program area are applicable to both urban underserved and rural practices. Residents of this pro gram rotate at affiliated Texas Medical Center hospitals. Dr. Robinson is a 2006 graduate of Winston-Salem State University, and is a recent graduate of the Wake Forest School of Medicine. Ted and Beverly Robinson are the parents of Dr. Robinson and Alvin and Joan Little are grandparents. Robinson Chue prepares to pursue second degree On May 8, Adia Iyana Chue will'graduate from the School of Music, Theater, and Dance with a Bachelor of Arts degree in music from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro (UNCG). UNCG combined its Departments of Theatre and Dance with the School of Music in 2009 to bring more vis ibility to the institution's performing arts programs. Now Chue wants to venture into visual arts. She loves to draw, design, paint, and loves nature. Chue will be returning in the fall to the university to pursue her second degree in the fine arts, focusing on pho tography. I Chue : 1 IN MEMORIAM MILLNER Elder Harry Edward Millner was born August 13,1942 to the late Toney Millner Sr. and Mira Laura Witcher Millner. He departed this life Wednesday evening, April 29,2015 following a more than two-year struggle with ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease). His service of celebration will be held Saturday, May 9 at 10:30am, with a public viewing preceding, at the St. Matthews Apostolic Temple Church of Jesus Christ at 3640 New Walkertown Road. Interment will follow in Martinsville, Virginia at Carver Memorial Gardens. Elder Millner was raised in Martinsville, where he was a member of the Mt. Sinai Apostle Church of Christ in God. As a youth, he was bap tized in water in the name of Jesus Christ, and in 1959, at age 16, he experi enced the baptism of the Holy Spirit. He received his ele mentary and high school education from the Albert Harris School in Martinsville Virginia. Elder Millner entered Howard University in 1960, but was drafted into the United States Army, and served in Vietnam from 1964 to 1966. After an honorable discharge, he transferred to North Carolina A&T State University in 1967 where he received his B.S. Degree in History Education in 1969. As an undergraduate. Elder Millner made the honor roll each semester, and graduated Magna Cum Laude from A&T. He was a member of Kappa Delta Pi, an honor society in education and a member of Sigma Rho Sigma, an honor society for Social Science majors. Elder Millner later received his M.S. Degree in School Administration in 1988, also from A&T. He did further study at the University of North Carolina, Greensboro towards a doctorate of education. On June 7,1969, Elder Minner married Jeanette Richardson, the oldest child of his Mt. Sinai Church pas tor, Bishop James Richardson, Sr. They were mar ried for nearly 46 years and to this union were born two chil dren: Margaret and Marlon. Elder Millner taught in the Guilford County Public Schools at Jamestown Middle School for thirty years, teaching Social Studies/Language Arts for twenty-two years and was in charge of in school sus pension for eight years. The students respected Mr. Millner and his rules. Additionally, he taught at A&T four years. His hobbies were reading, photography, automobile mechanics, and various sports. Elder and Sister Millner worked faithfully with Liberty East Redevelopment's Board (LER) for twenty years. Their goal was a cleaner, safer and more morally upright community. LER was founded by Mrs. Naomi Jones and Mayor Pro Temp Vivian H. Burke. He was the longtime General Secretary, and a Trustee, for the Apostle Church of Christ in God. He pastored St. John Apostle Church for 31 years at 1131 East 21st Street Winston-Salem, NC 27105. Elder Harry Millner leaves to mourn his death, but cherish and celebrate his life a dedicated and devoted wife, Jeanette; one son, Marlon (Diana); one daughter Margaret; a close former son-in-law, Eugene Bowser; two brothers, Toney Millner, Jr. and James Herbert Millner; one sister, Judy M. Niblett; three grand children, Ruth Naomi, Edouard Josef and Immaculee Jeanette; and a host of other relatives and friends. In lieu of flowers, the family welcomes dona tions to be sent to an established endowed scholarship fund in honor of Harry Edward Millner. Kindly make checks payable to: North Carolina A&T State University. Memo line; Harry Edward Millner Endowed Scholarship Fund. Mail contributions to: North Carolina A&T State University, Office of Advancement Services, Dowdy Bldg. Ste 400, 1601 E. Market St., Greensboro, NC 27411. For additional informa tion, contact (336) 334 7600, or go online to http://www.ncat .edu/gi v ing/ . Please call the uni versity to complete online giving. The Millner family also wishes to thank their visitors, St. Matthew Apostolic Church, and all for other acts of kindness. We want to thank the var ious agencies for their services: Wake Forest Baptist Health, Duke University Medicine, and the VA Rehabilitation Center in Salisbury, NC. We thank the nurses and the doctors, and Maxim Health Services. Jeanette and Harry were most appreciative of his care givers, Ms Latonya Reynolds, Ms. Tierra Wallace and Ms. Bonnie. Online expressions may be received at hoop erfuneralhome .net. to* CLASSIFIEDS ill hi N6T1CE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Administrator of the Estate of Sonya Lavette Jones (15 E 675), deceased November 25, 2014, Forsyth County, North Carolina, this is to Notify all persons, firms, and corporation having claims against the Estate of said deceased to present them to the undersigned on or before July 30,2015 or this Notice will be pleaded in bar of recovery. All persons in debted to the said decedent or estate shall please make immediate payment to the un dersigned. This the 30th day of April, 2015. Robert Burkes, Administrator for Sonya Lavette Jones, deceased. P.O. Box 244. Summerfield. NC 27358 April 30, May 7,14,21,2015 WMsiimwiirm Transportation Projects Planner SALARY RANGE $22.47 Hourly $46,740.00 Annually DESCRIPTION: Under regular supervision, the Project Planner for Transit is responsible for all transit planning activities for the Winston Salem Urban Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO); coordinates all tran sit planning activities with the Winston Salem Transit Authority (WSTA), the Piedmont Authority for Regional Trans portation (PART), other MPOs, and transit agencies in the Piedmont Triad area of the State; performs difficult professional work involved in the planning of transit proj ects, programs, services and improve ments; does related work as required. EXAMPLES OF DUTIES: Develops and maintains the transit ele ments) of the MPOs 2035 Transportation Plan and Comprehensive Transportation Plan (CTP); assists in the development/re finement of the transit element of the re gional travel demand model; works'with the WST in the planning and program ming of transit projects, programs and services in the Metropolitan Transporta tion Improvement Program (MTIP) and the City of Winston-Salem's Capital Im provement Program (CIP), completes Ve hicle Occupancy Counts (VOC) studies and other data collection systems; man ages the Job Access and Reverse Com mute (J ARC) and New Freedom funding programs; assists PART with planning and implementation of a regional commuter transportation system; Title VI/Environ-. mental Justice planning; completes the re quired portions of the annual Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP) and other performance planning and evalua tion documents; transit planning grants ad ministration. TYPICAL QUALIFICATIONS: Any combination of education or experi ence equivalent to a Master's degree in transportation planning, city and regional planning or a closely related Field, or a combination of a Bachelor's degree in city and regional planning and three (3) years of progressively responsible professional experience in transportation planning. AICP Certification is desirable. Thorough knowledge of: the concepts, principles, techniques and legal aspects of transitand transportation planning; current literature and recent initiatives in the tran sit planning field; research and statistical methods; governmental organizations and operations; community inter-relationships; project management methods and tech niques. Skills and abilities to: analyze and systematically compile technical and sta tistical information; make recommenda tions based on findings in studies, field observation and public contacts; use com puters and other technologies in the analy sis and presentation of information; prepare and deliver clear, concise and ef fective oral and written presentations to the general public, appointed boards and elected officials; establish and maintain ef fective working relationships with Fed eral, State and local officials, the general public, employees and contractors; esti mate and administer budgets for studies and schedule and manage transit planning projects; work independently with mini mal direction and supervision; plan and supervise the work of technicians and tem porary employees; simultaneously man age multiple projects; be a problem solver. Visit us online at www.wschronicle.com lilJ WiiislimSiilrm The City of Winston-Salem is looking to fill the position for Sr. Accounting Clerk Please visit: www.cityofws.org for job description and application process. WmslfinS?iiriii The City of Winston-Salem, is looking to fill the position for Fire Apparatus Mechanic Please visit: www.cityofws.org for job description and application process. VliiislimSahin The City of Winston-Salem is looking to fill the position for Playfield Leader Positions Please visit: Www.cityofws.org for job description and application process. VVinstiiiFSalffn The City of Winston-Salem is looking to fill the position for Recreation Leader Please visit: www.cityofws.org for job description and application process. winsiiiiKiaHin The City of Winston-Salem is looking to fill the position for Sr. Recreation Leaders Please visit: www.cityofws.org for job description and application process. pr Bethabara Garden Apartments Located on Bethabara Road at the corner of Silas Creek extension near Wake Forest. One bedroom apartments with washer-dryer connections, pool, and water furnished. Only $410.00 per month Please call 922-3141 for Information Towergate Apartments Quiet, peaceful and affordable one and two bedroom apartments starting at $410.00 per month. Pool and play ground in a country setting near Bethabara Park Blvd. on Bethabara Road. Please call 922-404$ for information ASSEMBLY TERRACE APARTMENTS A Community for 62 and older is now taking applications. Con veniently located in Winston Salem with Handicap Accessible units and Rental Assistance available. Call for an appointment at 336-759-9798. Office hours are from 8am - 4:30pm Monday thru Friday. TDD Relay 1-800-735 2962 Equal Housing Opportunity Professionally Managed By Community Management Corporation This space reserved for you! Call 722 8624 \ Spring/Wachovia Hill Apartments Managed by Community Management Corp. 1 Bedroom Units conveniently located in Winston Salem, 62 yrs of age or older Handicapped and/or disabled. Section 8 I assistance available. Income restrictions apply. Call 336-251-1060. 8:30 a.m.-12 p.m. on Mon and Fri, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. on Wed. Equal Housing Opportunity n

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