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Irvin Payne has a new transport service business called First Class.
Roslyn Payne, CEO/President of Trinity Studios, has been in operation since
shuttle service to
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Roslyn Payne, CEO/president of Trinity Studios, has been in operation since 2000.
Her husband, Irvin Payne, is CEO/president of a new business called First Class. It's a
Christian owned and operated transport service business, with Roslyn Payne working
alongside of him. Both businesses are based in Clemmons.
The company's mission is to provide safe transportation service to a small group of
important travelers on a "First Class" basis.
The customers will travel in a 12-passenger luxury van to and from their destinations.
The company offers aH types of transport services, such as all North Carolina local air
ports, train and bus stations.
The company offers day trips, wedding party traiisports, corporate company outings,
winery tours, team sports, individual transports and couple's night out. The company also
provides round-trip or one-way shuttle to all destinations. All transport fares are nego
Trinity Studios also is a Christian-owned and operated business, specializing in event
Some of the services offered are: weddings, family portraits, birthday celebrations,
team photos, corporate head shots, family reunions, baby dedications, pastor's portraits
Also provided are custom CDs and DVDs, enlargement photos, canvas photos, cus
tom photo books, and more.
To reach First Class or Trinity Studios, call 336-661-5790. Email First Class at
FIRSTCLASS369@GMAIL.COM. Email Trinity Studios at ISMILE@TRINITYSTU
W-S Foundation 2016 Forsyth County Teacher Grants
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The Winston-Salem Foundation is pleased to
announce the recipients of the 2016 Forsyth County
Teacher Grants for professional development to K-12th
grade teachers in the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County
Schools. A total of $73,088 was granted to 41 teacher
grantees. The selection committee, comprised of a panel
of professional educators, made the awards in support of
innovative and results-oriented educational experiences
for teachers to improve their teaching ability and enhance
the subject or content being taught in the classroom.
The Winston-Salem Foundation is most appreciative
of the following component funds that provided funding
for this year's Forsyth County Teacher Grants:
?The Sam and Anne Booke Family Trust was estab
lished in 1989 by family members of Sam and Anne
Booke and awards grants for professional development to
K-12 teachers in the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County
?The May trice Walton Fund was established in 1989
by the family of the late Maytrice Walton and is available
for full-time elementary teachers in the Winston
Salem/Forsyth County Schools.
?The Blanche Raper Zimmerman Fund was estab
lished in 1986 by Mrs. Zimmerman to assist teachers in
their understanding of world cultures, with preference
given to teachers of social studies or history.
""The Gaddy Educator Fund was established in 1995
by Dr. Joe E. Gaddy Jr. to provide grants for the profes
sional staff at R. J. Reynolds High School. Dr. Gaddy
graduated from Reynolds High School in 1963, and com
pleted his undergraduate degree at Davidson College and
his medical degree at UNC-Chapel Hill.
The 2016 grant recipients are:
?Amber Alford - Walkertown High School - $2,500 to
visit Machu Picchu and other heritage sites in Peru
?Carmelina Almanzar - East Forsyth Middle. School -
$2,000 to attend the Summer Institute on Academic
?Kimberly AsKew - East Forsyth Middle School -
$2,000 to attend the Summer Institute on Academic
?Heather Barto-Wiley - RJ. Reynolds High School -
$1,700 for four teachers to attend the National Conference
for Teachers of English
?Matthew Brady - Parkland High School - $1,750 to
attend Comic Con to explore the use of comic books and
popular culture in teaching STEM subjects to high school
?Deborah Brown - Petree Elementary School - $1,000
for a course on the Pragmatic Organization Dynamic
Display approach of communication with students with
limited verbal communication skills
?Virginia Browne - Robert B. Glenn High School -
$2,500 for a language immersion program in Vichy,
?Margaret Caldwell - Clemmons Elementary School -
$1,000 to attend the International Society for Technology
in Education Conference
?Kimberly Campbell - Carver High School - $2,275
to attend the Masterycon Conference
?Jill Carter - Morgan Elementary School - $1376 to
attend the Staff Development for Educators' National
Conference on Reading, Writing, Math and More
?Alicia Cone - East Forsyth Middle School - $2,500
to attend the Summer Institute on Academic Diversity
?Rebecca Craps - Whitaker Elementary School -
$1300 for an ecological experience in the tropical habitats
?Danielle DiLuzio - Kernersville Middle School -
$2,400 for an activity tracking project with students
at 336.734.7326 or email
April 9 - Burke Street Food Truck Festival
Winston-Salem will host the 4th Annual
Burke Street Food Truck Festival on Saturday,
April 9, from 3-8 p.m. on Burke Street in down
town Winston-Salem. About 60 food trucks will
stretch over a half-mile from Burke up to the cor
ner of Fourth and Broad. The festival will
include art vendors, live music, a children's area
with inflatables, and other new amenities and
attractions,Two stages will feature live music by
popular local groups. The food trucks will repre
sent a variety of North Carolina cities and
cuisines, including some vegetarian and gluten
free options. New this year are VIP tickets for
$20 available in advance online from Eventbrite
that gives access to the trucks for an hour before
the festival begins and a beverage of choice from
a designated VIP area.
April 9 - George Black House and
Brickyard planning committee
The George Black House and Brickyard
Charrette Planning Committee will meet with a
team of experts on Saturday, April 9, to study and
plan for the future of the George Black House
and Brickyard, a site on the National Register of
Historic Places, located at 111 Dellabrook Road.
A working luncheon will take place at St. Paul
United Methodist Church for the panel members
to hear from others in the community who have
been invited to address the panel and offer their
suggestions. The members of the panel will pres
ent their findings to the community and anyone
who would like to attend this presentation is wel
come. It will be in the Fellowship Hall of St.
Paul United Methodist Church located at 2400
Dellabrook Road, beginning at 3:30 pm.
April 9 - Free leaf compost available
The city is offering free leaf compost April 9
for as long as supplies last. Compost will be
loaded between 8 a.m. and 3 p.m. at the Forum
52 Yard Waste Facility, 180 Northstar Drive,
Rural Hall (in the Forum 52 Business Park off
Forum Parkway). New procedures will be imple
mented fpr the distribution. No leaf compost will
be available prior to the scheduled distribution
dates. On Saturday, April 9, all types of vehicles
will be loaded. All vehicles must have a tarp or
cover and all loads must be fully covered before
leaving the site. Vehicles without a tarp or cover
will not be loaded. For more information call
CityLink 311 or go to Utilities.CityofWS.org.
April 10 - Access-ABILITY Day
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Access-ABILITY Day: Building Community
and Raising Awareness, will be held on Sunday,
April 10, from 1 - 5 p.m. at SciWorks, 400 W.
Hanes Mill Rd. This N.C. Science Festival event
is designed to educate the community and pro
vide resources for persons with physical and
developmental disabilities. Discover some of the
latest advances in assistive technology, meet
therapy animals (including miniature horses
from Riverwood Therapeutic Riding Center), try
an off-roads wheelchair, and more, included with
admission. For more information, visit www.sci
April 10 - Celebration of
The public is invited to a
Celebration of Tulips on Sunday,
April 10, from 2-4 p.m. at the Paul J.
Ciener Botanical Garden, 215 S.
Main St., Kernersville. Visitors to
the garden will be treated to the
splendid sight of over 20,000 spring
bulbs in full bloom. This year's dis
play features varieties never before
seen in the Garden. There will be
self-guided tours of the Garden, plus
refreshments, and news about
upcoming events. The Garden gift
shop will also be open, and stocked
with lots of wonderful items for the
entire family. And, it's not too early
to shop for that perfect Mother's Day
gift! This event is free and open to
the public. Also happening on April
10 is a lecture by Brent Heath, Brent
and Becky's Bulbs< with a light
lunch provided. Tickets to that event
are $30 per person. For more infor
mation, visit www.tienerbotancial
garden.org or call 336-996-7888.
April 10 - An Evening of Art
Delta Arts Center, 2611 New
Walkertown Road, will host an
Evening of Art on April 10 from 6
10 p.m. This event will feature over
20 pieces of Canvas Art from local
African-American artists. Artists
will also be painting live at the
event. There will be spoken word
performed, as well as a live perform
ance of R&B and Neo-Soul by .
Souljam. Tickets are $25 and are
available now at The Basement
Tattoo and Beauty Studio, 1321
Hardesty Lane. This is an all Black
Attire affair. Call 336-893-5122 for
April 14 - non-partisan candi
The public is invited to a non-partisan candi
dates forum on Thursday, April 14, from 6:30 to
7:45 p.m. at Community Mosque, 1419
Waughtown St.- The forum is being co-sponsored
by ACGG (American Coalition For Good
Government) Triad Chapter. The moderator will
be Fleming El-Amin. Candidates are asked to
RSVPby April 12 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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