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Walkertown High senior receives scholarship from Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Marcus Jeffery Williams, a grad uating senior at Walkertown High School was selected as the Darryl A. Prince Sr. scholarship recipient for 2016. On Thursday, June 2, the Delta Sigma Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc., held a scholarship awards presentation and reception in honor of Sigma member Darryl A. Prince Sr. The presentation and recep tion was held at the Carl H. Russell, Sr. Community Center, 3521 Carver School Road, where Benjamin H. Piggott is the center supervisor. Marcus Williams is the son of Andrew and Romana Williams and considers' himself an extremely intel ligent hard worker that tries to be the best at everything he does. Marcus Williams will be graduat ing in the top 20 percent of his class with a grade point average of 3.9. He was a two-year letterman in basket ball, where he was selected to the All Northwest 1-A conference team both years. During his senior season, he was voted team captain and team Most Valuable Player, where he led the team in scoring. He was also a two-year letterman in track and was a NCHSAA State Qualifier on the 4 x 100,4 x 200 and 4 x 400 meter relay teams. He will be attending. East, Carolina University in Greenville and plans to major in Communications. His future aspiration is to become a sports journalist. Sigma member Darryl A. Prince Sr. was initiated into Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc. in 1990. He has served faithfully and fraternally for more than 25 years, upholding the ideals and principles of the fraternity. In 2015, Darryl was inducted into the Distinguish Service Chapter during the Conclave in Little Rock, Arkansas. The Distinguished Service Chapter is the highest honor bestowed on a member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc. Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity was founded at Howard University in Washington, D.C., Jan. 9, 1914, to exemplify the ideals of brotherhood, scholarship and service. Retired teacher celebrates 90th birthday at church SPECIAL TO THE CHRONICLE Dorothy Ellis Wynecoff was honored on her 90th Birthday at a reception held at Goler Metropolitan A.M.E. Zion Church. Tributes were extended by numerous guests, including the Rev. Johnny L Ruff, pastor of Goler Metropolitan, Wynecoff has received a certificate of recognition from Mayor Pro Tem Vivian H. Burke. Wynecoff, a native of Winston-Salem, is a retired teacher, previously employed in the Winston Salem/Forsyth County Schools system. She is the daughter of the late Rev. Golden C. Ellis and Sadie Ellis and the widow of Donnell "JT Wynecofif. Over 100 family mem bers and friends attended the reception, including her daughters, Dr. Debra Wynecoff and Constance Smith, and grandson Garry Ogden Jr. and his daughter Sophia of Atlanta. Also, step-grandsons Christian Smith and Timothy Williams Jr. of the city attended.. The event was held on May 15. Submitted photo Among the people helping Dorothy Ellis Wynecoff, middle, celebrate her 90th birthday are grandson Garry Ogden Jr. and daughter Dr. Debra Wynecoff. Fkoto by Doou Rofen Glamour showcase Magdalene Fleming, 87, shows off her outfit on the red carpet at the Fifty-Five Plus Glamour Fashion Show on Saturday, June 18, at Quality Independent Living on Lansing Drive. Fleming was one of several residents who participated in the fashion show, which management said was designed to bolster residents' self-esteem and provide fun for them. Men and women used their own clothe^,to model in. Submitted photo Marcus Jeff cry Williams receives a scholarship check and award, held by his father, Andrew Williams, from the Delta Sigma Chapter of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc. He also received an award from the Carl H. Russell Sr. Community Center, held by center supervisor Benjamin H. Piggott,for being a good role model and partici pant. I Have a Story Idea? 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