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Kid Zone from page K ister to the needs of early age and elementary chil dren. Jones said, "I believe that children are a worthy investment that will pay off dividends not only for our local church, but for socie ty as a whole. Kid Zone is the type of facility that I wish 1 had been exposed to when I was their age. Statistics show the majori ty of people that decide to follow Jesus Christ do so before the age of 18, which behooves the local church to invest heavily in order to influence our children to choose Jesus Christ at an early age." Pastor Tony continued, "This is just the tip of the iceberg as we plan on doing further investment in our facility to minister to middle and high school students as well, because we have to meet today's generation where they are." Rel. Cal. from page 85 Bend, will celebrate the Male Chorus' 19th Anniversary on Sunday, Aug. 28, at 3:30 pun. The guests will be "Sons of Abraham" from Pilot Mountain. The NBWC "Angels of Mercy" Dance Ministry will perform. Dr. James L.E. Hunt is the pastor. All are welcome! For additional information, call the church, 336-699 3583 or visit the website at wwwuiewbirthworshipcen ter.org. Aug. 28 Pastoral Anniversary Fresh Fire Worship Center Inc., 1538 Waughtown St., will have the final service in the month-long celebration of Senior Pastor Phillip G. McCloud's ninth Pastoral Anniversary on Sunday, Aug. 28. The community is invited to hear Pastor Dennis Bishop, First Waughtown Baptist Church, on Sunday, Aug. 28, 4 p.m. For more infor mation, visit www.fresh fireworship.org or call 336 833-4208. Items from page BS always puts the youth first. Any time we are in need for school supplies are any thing like that, its just amazing how they look out for the kids who are starting school. You can really tell they care for the youth." The theme of this years' convention is "Reaping the Harvest" because the church wants to focus on evangelistic works. Church Pastor Claude C. Turner was very happy with the way the convention turned out and glad the kids had the opportunity to receive school supplies. "We want to be an out reach ministry and go where the needs are in our community," said Turner. "We have had an awesome week this week and today is our fun day. The main thing for today is the school supplies for the kids and just having a Holy Ghost good time." The convention culmi nated with a service on Sunday, Aug. 21, in which Pastor Turner delivered the message. Dennis Jeter III summed up the day by say ing, "We are having a great celebration and everyone is enjoying it and we are happy to help the kids." Aug. 28 and 31 Initial Sermons Galilee Missionary Baptist Church, 4129 Northampton Drive, announces the initial ser mons of James Dubose, Dawn Redd, Deondre Smith, Chris Edwards, Bonnie Goolsby and Daryl Moore. They are members of the ministerial staff, and all these ministers have been under the tutelage of Pastor Dr. Nathan E. Scovens for the past sever al years. On Sunday, Aug. 28, at 8 a.m., Ministers Dubose, Redd and Smith will deliver their sermons during the worship service. On Wednesday, Aug. 31, at 7 p.m., Ministers Edwards, Goolsby and Moore will deliver their sermons. All are welcome to come wit ness these men and women of God. Aug. 28-31 Homecoming, Revival Union Bethel A.M.E. Church, 1716 Richard Allen Lane (formerly Trade St.), will celebrate its annual Homecoming on Aug. 28. Pastor Jasper Hemphill of Union Bethel will render the 11 a.m. service. Rev. Ronald Owens, pastor of St. Joseph's AME Church, Durham, and congregation will render the 3 p.m. serv ice. Revival service will be held Monday, Aug. 29 through Wednesday., Aug. 31 at 7:30 p.m. nightly. Rev. Thomas O. Nixon, pastor of St. Paul A.M.E. Church, Chapel Hill, will preach nightly. All are invited. Aug. 28 Club anniversary The Joy & Faith Club at Kimberly Park Holiness Church, 1640 S.M. Caesar Dr., will celebrate 46 years on Sunday, Aug. 28, at 4 p.m. Elder Robert R. Edmond is the pastor. The Rev. Omar L. Dykes and the Saint John C.M.E. Church family will be spe cial guests. The club helps the poor, feeds the hungry, pays bills for individuals who have fallen on hard times due to job loss, and helps those in need. Mother Theresa H. Duren is founder and president. For additional information on this annual fundraiser, con tact Minister Dr. Vanessa Duren-Robinson, vice president of the Joy & Faith Club, at 336-815 8780.' Aug. 30 - Sept. 5 Northwestern District Quarterly Assembly The N.C. Area of the Northwestern District Quarterly Assembly of the Holiness Church of God will be held Aug. 30 - Sept. 5 at Kimberly Park Holiness Church, 1640 S.M. Caesar Dr. Services will be led by the following churches: Tuesday, Aug. 30, 7:30 p.m., Miracle Temple Holiness Church; Wednesday, Aug. 31, 7:30 p.m., Beulah Tabernacle Holiness Church; Thursday, Sept. 1, 7:30 p.m., Mount Calvary Holiness Church; Friday, Sept. 2, 7:30 p.m., Mount Zion Holiness Church. There will be a Bible dis cussion and business meet ing on Saturday, Sept. 3, noon, and a worship serv ice on Sunday, Sept. 4, at 4 p.m. The host pastor is Elder Robert E. Edmond Jr. and presiding-overseer is Eugene Kirby Jr. Sept. 7-9 Faith Unity's Revival Faith Unity Missionary Church, in the chapel of the Masonic Lodge Prince Hall at 1025 E. 14th St., will hold its revival Wednesday through Friday, Sept. 7-9, beginning at 7 p.m. nightly. =#f!i= 0pen I Mon-Fri 11-3 ot/eta's Restaurant cun(iay 102 West 3rd Street, Suite Lp5 Winston-Salem, NC 27101 ? 12-4 Phone: (336) 750-0811 BANKRUPTCY Z1"ZV'. 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W4 BbmA m Ihh ^BAnfl ?ill mmu la| BVB |if| ? f J^M lill ^4 ?HI IH MMm 151 U I RpH MM ^p aH ??? MVH 13 ?mI Ml ^3 Winston-Salem Union Station Attention: DBE's - WBE's subcontrac tors! Resolute Building Company is seek ing subcontractor and supplier proposals for the restoration of the Union Station Restoration & Renovation Phase II Project in Winston Salem. An informative meet ing will be held on Wednesday August 24th, 2016 from 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. at the Benton Convention Center lower level Resolute Inc. construction office. One set of Plans and specifications will be avail able for viewing. The bid date is Septem ber 8th. Please contact estimating at 919-933-1000, or at estimating@res oluteinc.com (email with contact informa tion is preferred) in our Chapel Hill office, located at 211 Cloister Court, Suite 200, Chapel Hill, N.C. 27514 if you have ques tions. This project involves restoration to the building that includes opportunities on, but is hot limited to selective demolition, masonry & stone re-pointing, cleaning and stain removal from marble, Dutchman re pairs to marble, glass & glazing, mirrors, historic plaster repairs, terrazzo flooring, acoustical ceilings, painting, asphalt and concrete paving and sidewalks, fencing, site utilities, insulations and fire proofing, historic decorative metal & cast iron re pairs and replication, structural steel fram ing, rough carpentry and architectural millwork, waterproofing, glazing and storefront. HM doors and frames, flooring, plumbing, mechanical and electrical, etc. Plans and specifications can be viewed by invitation on iSqft, on Resolute's FTP site (please contact our office), Resolute's plan room in our Chapel Hill office. ALL MWBE subcontractors are en couraged to submit a quote for any por tion of the work included." All films or person interested in bidding on any applicable portions of this project or supply materials for any applicable por tion of this project are invited to contact us direct with email or by phone. By sub mitting a bid it is understood that you have read and understand the plans and specifi cations. By submitting a bid does not sub stantiate you are the winning supplier/subcontractor for this project The Chronicle August 25, 2016 Davie County Board of Education is the owner of a parcel of land in Mocksville, North Carolina, at the corner of Williams and Depot Street, consisting of approxi mately .56 acres as seen in Tax Parcel 15 160-DO-008. The property has been declared surplus and an offer of $2,000 has been tendered for the purchase as is. Any person wishing to submit an upset bid may submit to 220 Cherry Street, Mocksville. NC before 9:00 am. on Tues day, September 6,2016. The Chronicle August 25, 2016 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Administrator of the Estate of Eddie Lawrence Daniels (16 E 1578), also known as Eddie L. Daniels, deceased May 3, 2016, Forsyth County, North Carolina, this is to Notify all per sons, firms, and corporation having claims against the Estate of said deceased to pres ent them to the undersigned on or before November 27,2016 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 25th day of August, 2016. Joseph Ryan Daniels Executor for Eddie Lawrence Daniels, deceased 1935 Lodgeciest Lane Pfafftown, NC 27040 The Chronicle August 25, and September 1,8,15,2016 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Administrator of the Estate of Yvonne Johnson Rush (16 E 683), also known as Yvonne Rush, Yvonne , J. Rush and Rashidah Allah, deceased . September 24, 2015, Forsyth County, I North Carolina, this is to Notify all per- I sons, firms, and corporation having claims ? against the Estate of said deceased to pres ent them to the undersigned on or before November 20,2016 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 18th day of August, 2016. Frances McFadden Administrator for Yvonne Johnson Rush, deceased 1397 Holly Court Winston Salem. NC 27105 The Chronicle August 18,25, and September 1,8,2016 I Protect your home with fully customiz Advertise with US I able security and 24/7 monitoring right ^ 11 -m a ct a from your smartphone. Receive up to C all / ZZ-OOZ9 $1500 in equipment, free (restrictions - apply). Call 1-800^375-5168 >1 II NOTICE TO CREDITORS Having qualified as Administrator of the Estate of Karen Sheri Guess (16 E 1388), also known as Karen S. Guess, deceased June 15, 2016, 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 be fore November 4, 2016 or this Notice will be pleaded in bar of recovery. All persons indebted to the said decedent or estate shall please make immediate payment to the undersigned. This the 4th day of August 2016. Hal Edward Guess, Administrator for Karen Sheri Guess, deceased 5697 Bromley Drive Kernersville, NC 27284 The Chronicle August 4, II, 18 and 26,2016 STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA UTILITIES COMMISSION RALEIGH DOCKET NO.G-9, SUB 690 BE FORE THE NORTH CAROLINA UTILITIES COMMISSION PUBLIC NOTICE In the Matter of Application of Piedmont Natural Gas Company, Inc., for Annual Review of Gas Costs Pursuant to G.S. 62-133.4(c) and Commission NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the North Carolina Utilities Commission has scheduled a public hearing to conduct an annual review of the cost of natural gas supply, storage and transportation for Piedmont Natural Gas Company, Inc. (Piedmont). The public hearing has been scheduled for Monday, October 3,2016, at 2:00 p.m., in Commission Hearing Room 2115, Dobbs Building, 430 North Salisbury Street, Raleigh, North Car olina. The hearing is being held pursuant to the provisions of G.S. 62-133.4(c) and Commission Rule Rl-17(kX6) for the purpose of comparing Piedmont's pru dently-incurred gas costs with costs re covered from all of the utility's customers served during the test period. Public wit ness testimony will be received in accor dance with Commission Rule R1-21(g). Piedmont filed testimony relating to the subject matter of this hearing on August 1,2016. Further information may be ob tained from the Office of the Chief Clerk, North Carolina Utilities Commission, 430 North Salisbury Street, Raleigh, North Carolina, where a copy of Pied mont's testimony is available for review by the public. Also, documents can be viewed on the Commission's website at www.ncuc.net. The Public Staff is authorized by statute to represent consumers in proceedings before the Commission. Correspondence regarding the annual review proceeding and the hearing thereon should be di rected to the Public Staff and should in clude any information which the writer wishes to be considered by the Public Staff in its investigation of the matter. Such statements should be addressed to Mr. Christopher J. Ayers, Executive Di rector, Public Staff, 4326 Mail Service Center, Raleigh, North Carolina 27699 4300. The Attorney General is also authorized by statute to represent consumers in pro ceedings before the Commission. State ments to the Attorney General should be addressed to The Honorable Roy A. Cooper, Attorney General, 9001 Mail Service Center, Raleigh, North Carolina 27699-9001. Written statements are not evidence un less the writers appear at a public hearing and testify concerning the information contained in their written statements. Persons desiring to intervene in this pro ceeding as formal parties should file a pe tition to intervene pursuant to Commission Rules R1 -5 and R1 -19 on or before Friday, September 16,2016. Such petitions should be filed with the Chief Clerk of the North Carolina Utilities Commission, 4325 Mail Service Center, Raleigh, North Carolina 27699-4300. The direct testimony and exhibits of ex pert witnesses to be presented by inter veners should also be filed with the Commission on or before Friday, September 16,2016. The Chronicle August 18 and 25,2016 NFL Sunday Ticket (FREE!) w/Choice Package - includes 200 channels. $60/mo for 12 months. No upfront costs or equipment to buy. Ask about next day in stallation! 1-800-849-3514 FAST Internet! Hughes Net Satellite In ternet. High-Speed. Avail Anywhere. Speeds to 15 mbps. Starting at $59.99/mo. Call for Limited Time Price 1-800-704-6322

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