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    2012-2013 Annual Report

    The Class of 2013 was the largest graduating class in the universitys history.

  • SAINT AUGUSTINES UNIVERSITY

    Editor-in-ChiefShelley Willingham-HintonAssociate Vice President

    Managing EditorPamela TolsonDirector of Communications

    Contributing EditorAnthony JeffriesSports Information Director

    Layout and DesignChristina BakerCommunication Specialist/Graphic Designer

    The Office of Marketing and [email protected]

    www.st-aug.edu

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    Academic Distinctions..........................................4Student Success Stories......................................8Faculty and Staff Accomplishments...................12Athletics.............................................................14Alumni and Special Events..................................16Financial Review................................................202012-2013 Honor Roll.......................................22

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    Largest Graduating Class in Schools History

    During the 2013 Commencement Ceremony, Saint Augustines University awarded bachelors degrees to 228 seniors. the largest graduating class in the

    schools history.

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    Largest Graduating Class in Schools History

    During the 2013 Commencement Ceremony, Saint Augustines University awarded bachelors degrees to 228 seniors. the largest graduating class in the

    schools history.

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    NSA commencement ceremony is a time of joy and celebration, a time to embark on a new journey and a time to reach new heights.

    During Saint Augustines Universitys 2013 Commencement Ceremony, the university reached a new height the university awarded bachelors degrees to 228 seniors, which was the largest graduating class in the universitys history. The Class of 2013 also made history as the first graduating class of Saint Augustines University. On August 1, 2012, the school changed its name and status from Saint Augustines College to Saint Augustines University.

    Among the seniors were 58 student-athletes and cheerleaders. Cynthia Marshall, former President of AT&T NC and senior vice president of Human Resources for AT&T Services, Inc., delivered the commencement address.

    The ceremony capped another successful academic year for the schools athletic program. Saint Augustines University won CIAA championships in five sports including mens cross country, womens cross country, mens indoor track and field, womens indoor track and field and mens outdoor track and field. The mens track and field team won the NCAA Division II indoor championship, and the womens basketball team won the CIAA team highest grade point average award in its sport.

    Class of 2013 Makes History

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    Saint Augustines University awarded $300,000 science grant

    The National Science Foundation (NSF) awarded Saint Augustines University a $300,000 grant to support a project titled Targeted Infusion - Academic Enhancement of Biology Degree Programs at Saint Augustines University, which is under the direction of Dr. Mark A. Melton, dean of the School of Sciences, Mathematics and Engineering and Dr. Doreen Cunningham, chair of the Department of Biological and Physical Sciences. The primary goal of the Targeted Infusion project is to expand the course offerings in the biology degree curriculum to include courses in plant biology and environmental science. The overall outcome of this project is to increase the number of students who obtain baccalaureate degrees in a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) discipline that pursue graduate degrees in biology, specifically in the areas of plant biotechnology and environmental science. Melton and Cunninghams goal is to increase the number of students who graduate with degrees each year from a current average of four to five percent to seven to eight percent by 2016.

    The award expires Aug. 31, 2015.

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    University signs partnership agreement with Wake Tech Community College

    Saint Augustines University and Wake Technical Community College (WTCC) signed an articulation agreement to facilitate a seamless transfer for WTCC graduates who earn associate degrees in applied science and business administration into Saint Augustines University.

    Filmmaker Byron Hurt: Artist-in-Residence Byron Hurt, an award winning documentary filmmaker, published writer, anti-sexist activist and lecturer, served as an artist-in-residence in the fall of 2012. Invited by the Universitys Department of Film & Interactive Media, Hurt screened his most publicized films, Hip Hop: Beyond Beats and Rhymes, which takes a critical look at hip hop and rap music through Hurts own eyes as a self-acclaimed fan. Hurt also provided advice and instruction in multiple film courses, talked with student leaders, and screened Soul Food Junkies to faculty, staff, students and the local community.

    University hosts undergraduate research day

    The university hosted Undergraduate Research Day 2013. The theme was Evolving Undergraduate Research and Creativity: Transforming the Future. The purpose of this day was to celebrate the work of students engaged in research and creative endeavours, to showcase their accomplishments to the college community as well as to inspire and coach those in the early stages of research and creative projects.

    University hosts Sino-American International Research Forum

    The University hosted the Sino-American International Research Forum. The topic for the forum was Global Learning and Engagement. Twelve Chinese scholars and more than 50 professors and community leaders from the United States presented research papers on a wide variety of topics such as health care issues, global warming, education in a global context and international business.

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    University welcomes the Class of 2016

    More than 400 freshmen moved into their residence halls in the fall of 2012. The move-in was a culmination of First Year Experiences 2012 Welcome Week, which is designed to help new students transition to college through a variety of activities that will prepare them for success in and out of the classroom.

    President Dr. Dianne Boardley Suber welcomed the first-year students to the university and assured their parents that faculty, staff and administrators will do the best they can to prepare the students to be competitive in the real world.

    Student featured at North Carolina Museum of Art

    Senior Isaiah Johnson was one of three college students to win the Art in the Park competition, sponsored by the North Carolina Museum of Art (NCMA). Johnsons work, which is titled One Brick, One Seed was been installed on a billboard, which is located along the NCMAs nature trail.

    This was not the first time Johnson has had one of his photographic pieces featured at the NCMA. In October of 2011, he won another art exhibition titled Self Observered.

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    Students selected for leadership program

    Accounting majors Rodneisha Clark and Roy Cofield were selected from a national pool of candidates to attend the Leadership Excellence in the Accounting Profession (LEAP) Program. This program was hosted by the McIntire School of Commerce at the University of Virginia.

    During this conference, Clark, Cofield and other accounting scholars enhanced their career development skills, improved their leadership skills and learned about graduate school opportunities. After the conference, they continued to receive one-on-one mentoring from accounting professionals employed by the Big Four international accounting firms (i.e., Deloitte, Ernst & Young, KPMG, and PricewaterhouseCoopers).

    - Chalisa Williams was the only Saint Augustines University graduate to earn a degree in business administration with a concentration in real estate.

    - Malcolm Richbourg, Desiree Jones, Chanel Fuller and Tanisha Perry were the first students to graduate with a public health science degree.

    - Saint Augustines University students Kacey McHoney, a biology major; Jennifer Plair, a biology major; and public health major and former senior class president Malcolm Richbourg, were three of only nine scholars selected by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) for the NIEHS Scholars Connect Program.

    For the second consecutive year a student awarded Foxs rising apprentice scholarship

    Princess Goodridge, a native of New York, was awarded the 2012-2013 Fox News Channel University/Ailes Rising Apprentice Scholarship.Goodridge received a $10,000 scholarship and a paid internship at Fox News Channel or Fox Business Network beginning in the summer of 2013 at either the networks New York or Washington, D.C. newsroom.

    In 2011, Fox News Channel selected Saint Augustines University as one of two 2011-2012 nationwide partners for its Fox News Channel University/Ailes Rising Apprentice scholarship.

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    Shonquez Leonte Nelson: A Falcon full of talent

    When a student is ready to take the necessary steps to embark upon furthering their secondary education, Saint Augustines University is an institution of higher learning that can take the raw talent of a student and mold him or her to be a Falcon, to be a change agent of the world ready to transform, excel and lead. A prime example of a Falcon, a change agent, is Shonquez Leonte Nelson.

    Shonquez Nelson, a junior from Coward, S.C., is a young man that is full of ambition and determination and someone that describes himself as being blessed.

    I am very, very blessed, said Nelson, whose grade point average is a 3.0. I know that everything that I have accomplished would not have happened if was not for God.

    Nelson is indeed a person who has achieved numerous awards. Actually the word awards could almost be his middle name.

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    He has received such awards as being on the Deans List, earned the Rookie All Conference award his freshman year, named to six All-America teams, claimed the NCAA Division II Sacks Title, named to the All-CIAA first team and earned a spot on two All-Region teams, to name a few.

    According to Nelson, the key ingredient that motivates him to excel and achieve is simple, his family. I am the first in my family to attend college, said Nelson, who has four sisters and three brothers. I know my talents are God given. When I receive my degree, it is confirmation for my sisters and brothers that they can receive a college degree too.

    After graduation, Nelson has hopes to play in the National Football League. However, before he pursues that chapter of his life, Shonquez has something very important he wants to accomplish in the summer of 2014 upon graduation, an adventure that will take him outside the United States. He plans to do missionary work in Africa.

    Yes, Shonquez Leonte Nelson is a Falcon that entered the doors of Saint Augustines University with a raw talent of ambition ready to transform and excel. He is a Falcon that is more than ready to lead.

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    University welcomes its new chaplain

    Mother Nita Byrd joined Saint Augustines University in December 2012 as the universitys new chaplain. She graduated from Duke Divinity School with a masters of divinity degree and a Certificate of Anglican Studies in May 2012. She was ordained to the transitional diaconate in June, 2012. Byrd also studied at Canterbury Cathedral in Canterbury, England.

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    TS Kristene Kelly earns CIAA senior woman administrator of the year award

    Associate athletic director Kristene Kelly was named CIAA Senior Woman Administrator of the Year. This is the second time in three years that Kelly has captured the SWA award.

    Athletic Director George Williams wins most CIAA coaching awards

    George Pup Williams collected four CIAA Coach of the Year honors in the following sports womens cross country, mens cross country, mens indoor track & field and mens outdoor track& field. He won the most coaching awards in the CIAA this season.

    - Natalie Bullock Brown, chair and assistant professor, Department of Film and Interactive Media, secured a grant from the Wasington,D.C. based Freedom Forum, which assisted in paying for nationally renowned educator Dr. Steve Perrys visit to the campus for the Honors Convocation.

    The grant was made possible by the generosity of Orage Quarles, publisher of the Raleigh News & Observer, who is on the board of the Freedom Forum.

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    S Saint Augustines University wins 11 CIAA awardsSaint Augustines University took home 11 honors including the C.H. Williams Award for the best mens program at the CIAA Athletic Awards Ceremony held at the Newport News Marriott at City Center in Newport News, Va. in May 2013.

    In addition to winning the prestigious Williams Award, Saint Augustines University earned five team highest grade point average awards in the following sports womens cross country, womens volleyball, football, womens basketball and womens tennis. The coaches of those respective sports are George Williams (womens cross country), Nikki Bumpass (womens volleyball), Michael Costa (football), Rachel Bullard (womens basketball) and Leon Carrington (womens tennis). Saint Augustines University won the most team GPA awards in the CIAA for that season.

    The accolades capped a banner CIAA season for St. Aug, which claimed five league titles. The Falcons won championships in mens cross country, mens indoor track & field and mens outdoor track & field, and the Lady Falcons won womens cross country and womens indoor track & field. The mens indoor track & field team also won the 2013 NCAA Division II title and the mens outdoor track & field team was currently ranked No. 1 in the nation heading into the NCAA Division II Outdoor Championships this weekend in Pueblo, Colo.

    Seven out of 11 weeks during the Womens Basketball season a player was named CIAA Rookie of the Week. Regime McCombs won the honor four weeks during the season.

    Head Football Coach Michael Costa and Head Baseball Coach Charles Whitaker won CIAA Coach of the Week during their respective seasons.

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    SOn March 2, 2013, the Lady Falcons captured their fourth consecutive highest team grade point average award for womens basketball in the CIAA. The 3.465 grade point average was the highest of all CIAA mens and womens basketball teams that season.

    Four relay team members and their head coach, George Williams, were honored by Accusplit on December 18, 2012. Accusplit is the leader in the professional stopwatch and timing industry since 1972.

    Tyron Laughinghouse was selected to Daktronics All American First Team, 2012 Division II National Special Teams Player of the Year by Beyond Sports Network and the 2012 CIAA Special Teams Player of the Year.

    On December 9, 2012, Tyron Laughinghouse played in the National Bowl Game, which is an all-star football contest featuring players from the Football Championship Subdivision, Division II, Division III and NAIA schools.

    Shortstop Ariel Polanco was named CIAA Baseball Player of the Year, and left fielder, Jason Baytop was selected CIAA baseball rookie on April 17, 2013.

    Saint Augustines University won its 16th consecutive mens title on April 22, 2013 at the CIAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships held at Rogers Stadium on the Virginia State University campus.

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    TS Homecoming 2012: Falcon styleAlumni, students, faculty, staff and the community enjoyed various Homecoming events filled with Falcon fun and excitement. Events included a gospel explosion to the Falcon frenzy to the parade to the homecoming football game against the Broncos of Fayetteville State University.

    Homecoming 2012 was amplified Falcon style!

    Historical marker approved for St. Agnes

    The North Carolina Historical Marker Commission voted 9-1 Dec. 18, 2012, to approve a historical marker commemorating St. Agnes Hospital and Nurses Training School. The marker will be erected in 2013 after a four-month design phase.

    The hospital, on the campus of Saint Augustines University, was founded in 1896 with the purpose of training African-American nurses and to provide health care to the underserved African American population throughout North Carolina. For more than 50 years, St. Agnes was the only teaching hospital between Atlanta, Ga., and Washington, D.C., open to African Americans. The hospital closed in 1961.

    Community Day was enjoyed by everyone

    Administrators, faculty, staff, students, alumni and the community had a blast during Saint Augustines University 2013 Community Day. The day also featured open house and the Blue and White scrimmage game. Community Day featured a wide array of community organizations, vendors, games, food and lots of fun.

    Soulful evening raises money for students

    Saint Augustines University hosted its second annual Music Festival and Scholarship Fundraiser in August 2013 on the campus quadrangle. The campus came alive with music as supporters enjoyed music from a variety of local and national jazz artists. The evening opened with a riveting performance from James Brown and Friends and the soulful sounds of Sweet Dreams culminated the event. Throughout the evening, friends

    of the University gave donations in support of the General Scholarship Fund.

    Other performers included Eve Cornelious, the Al Strong Quintet, Moments Notice, Uniquely Different and Jus Once.

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    TSSapphire Gala was a jewel of success!

    On Saturday, April 6, Saint Augustines University celebrated its 146 years of academic excellence with a Sapphire Gala with national recording artist Avant.

    During the gala, the university honored the following individuals: Dr. Bertha Maxwell-Roddey, former National President of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., civil rights and education leader; Joan Higginbotham, former NASA astronaut and third African-American woman in space; the Ford Sisters, SAU alumnae and significant benefactors to the university; and Mabel Wright, former SAU professor.

    The proceeds from the Gala supported student scholarships.

    The legacy of Falcon football celebrated

    Saint Augustines University honored some of the universitys great football legend during a reception on Friday, Oct. 19. Faculty, staff and alumni gathered to celebrate the legacy of Falcon football by honoring former players from the 1930s all the way up to the present. The football program at SAU was resurrected in 2001 from a 37-year hiatus.

    Players came from across the nation to celebrate this event. Peter Holden (Class of 1938), a 95-year-old alum and former football player, made the trip from New York. He played football at Saint Augustines University from 1934-1938. Each player in attendance had the opportunity to introduce themselves and talk about their experiences. Good natured ribbing and bragging, all done in a spirit of fun, made it a good time for all.

    A video was shown chronicling the history of football at the institution, and remarks were made by President Suber and Athletic Director George Pup Williams as well as current head football coach, Michael Costa. The younger players thanked the former players for blazing the trail and acknowledged that it was their shoulders on which they were standing.

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    TS Students kick off Founders Week with day of serviceThe university kicked off its celebration in honor of its 146 years of existence with several students and staff members participating on Martin Luther King Day to make an impact in the community. Saint Augustines University partnered with Habitat for Humanity to provide community service to individuals in the community. The students participated in projects such as wall build, where students helped build walls for a five-bedroom home in the College Park community, and a brush with kindness where students assisted with

    exterior repairs, painting and beautification for two homes in College Park on Tarboro Road and Jones Street.

    Other events highlighting Founders week included a candle lighting ceremony, a classy hat and bold tie luncheon, a wreath laying ceremony and a founders week breakfast.

    Gov. McCrory visits Saint Augustines University

    Saint Augustines University served as host for UNCFs Annual Governors Luncheon on March 22, 2013. Gov. Pat McCrory was the keynote speaker for the event, which was a fundraiser for UNCF.

    During his speech, McCrory highlighted three issues related to education he plans to work on during his term; connecting commerce and education, reducing the cost of education, and taking advantage of technology to improve education.

    North Carolina Poet Laureate shares his work with students

    Joseph Bathanti, North Carolinas seventh poet laureate, visited Saint Augustines University on March 19, 2013 as part of the Department of Historys Speak Literature Author Series. The goal of the Speak Literature Author Series is to bring established authors to campus to share their works, talk about their careers as writers, enhance student awareness and foster greater appreciation for literature and its impact on society. The series featured readings and workshops from writers in a variety of literary genres. The series will also featured student readings as an effort to showcase the writing talent of students at the university.

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    Alumni celebrate during reunion weekend

    Alumni reunion weekend is a time for alumni to take the time to reflect, reminisce and reconnect with their fellow classmates of Saint Augustines University. During the course of the weekend, alumni celebrated their reunion with various activities.

    The classes that celebrated their reunion were 1963,1968, 1973, 1978, 1983, 1988, 1993, 1998, 2003 and 2008. The Class of 1963 celebrated their golden 50th reunion and donated more than $100,000 to the university for the scholarship fund.

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    INSTRUCTION26%

    AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES16%

    PUBLIC SERVICE10%

    INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT18%

    STUDENT SERVICES21%

    ACADEMIC SUPPORT5%

    FUNDRAISING3%

    LIBRARY1%

    INSTRUCTION $9,625,782

    INSTITUTIONAL SUPPORT $6,801,627

    PUBLIC SERVICE $3,758,271

    AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES $5,840,876

    LIBRARY $459,895

    FUNDRAISING $1,070,197

    ACADEMIC SUPPORT $2,012,362

    STUDENT SERVICES $7,766,698

    Operating Expenses

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    GRANTS AND GIFTS31%

    NET TUITION AND FEES28%

    NET TUITION AND FEES $10,506,876

    GRANTS AND GIFTS $11,246,417

    AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES INCOME $13,041,778

    INVESTMENT INCOME $983,487

    OTHER INCOME $781,369

    AUXILIARY ENTERPRISES INCOME36%

    INVESTMENT INCOME3%

    OTHER INCOME2%

    Operating Revenues

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    2012-2013 Donor Honor Roll

    Founders Society $5,000-$10,000

    Presidents Club $1,500-$4,999

    HENGAMEH ALLENBRIAN ANTWON BOULWAREGEORGE D WILLIAMS

    LILLIE F ARTISDIANNE BOARDLEY SUBERWILLIE DELLRICHARD DENTRODNEY E GADDYELNORA WILLIAMS GOREWILLIAM M GOREJESSE R HARRISJOHN HARVEY ETHEL J HASTYSHIRLEY B HOLBROOKDONALD HORTON ALMA F JAMESBOYD JOYECAROLYN MCQUEEN A MELVIN MILLERSHEILA MOSEEJAMES EC PERRYJAMES PINCKNEY ADAM SHAWROBERT L SHEPARDCARL W SMITHHILTON SMITH GLENN L THOMASTAMMALYN THOMAS - GOLDENCORNELL WILSON DOROTHY C YANCY

    *Every effort is made to ensure that the donor listing is complete and accurate. In the event of an error, please ac-cept our apology and notify us as soon as possible. Please contact Ms. Chinita Elliot at (919) 516.4092.

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    Delany Society $500-$1,499 MOGES ABEBE B. CONNIE ALLEN PRATTSIE L ARTIS HUBERT AVERY JOYCE D BALLARD EVELYN N BARFIELD WINSTON (WIMP) BARNES LA VERNE PEEBLES BARRON DORIS D BLAKELY SHERRY L BLAKENEY ROBERT EUGENE BRIDGES WILLIAM E BRODIE ANN L BROWN GEORGE W BROWN RONALD H BROWN DORIS J BULLOCK WENDY D BUTLER F PERNA CARTER SADIE CARTER ELIZABETH CHANCE IRIS L COLLINS ANITA M CROCKER MELVIN L DAVIS MARY W DAWSON ALICE F EAKINS MARY FORD DAVE E FOULKES GLENN FRENCH DANIEL & ROXANE M FRIEDMAN CECELIA M FULTON MARYBETH GASMAN WILLIAM C GEE EARL GRAVETTE JOSEPH N GREEN MARY GREGORY DOCENIA HAMMOND CLARK D HANDY ALCESTER HANDY BARBARA A HARRIS GERALDINE J HART ANNIE HATCHEL ANGELA N HAYNES

    ROBERT J HEADEN DEBORAH PEEBLES HODGE EMMA B HOWELL CHACONA W JOHNSON PHYLLIS B JOHNSON MAXIE L JOYE NICHOLAS S KIEPURA JOHN T LARKINS CLARA C LEACRAFT EVELYN L LITTLE HAROLD O MALLETTE THELMA WASHINGTON MALONE LOIS HAWKINS MARTIN ROGER MCLEAN GLORIA MERRITT MALINDA G MILES MELVIN L MITCHELL M IYAILU MOSES MELVIN MURRELL ANNIE LG NEDD WILLIAM T NEWKIRK MARC NEWMAN ROLAND HAYES OTEY BRUCE W PARKER JOHN J PIERCE GERMAINE W PINCKNEY GRADY W POWELL ELLA E RAVNELL DELORES W REVIS DOROTHY A ROPER CLEVELL S ROSEBORO THELMA L ROSS GLORIA T ROWLAND PAUL RUSSELL DEBRA SAMUELS HENRY SANDERS HERMAN SCOTT LEON SCOTT CAROEL L SELBY H RODNEY SHARP BLONNIE L SLADE MORRIS LEE SMITH

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    Falcon Club $100-$499

    FRANCINA C SPENCER JANNELLE P STARKS ANTONIO C STEPHENS MARY U STEPHENSON REGINALD STEVENS THELMA E STOKES SOBERINA F TRAYWICK CLIFFORD S WALLER WILLIAM WATSON GERVAISE ADAIRE WILLIAMS KATIE L WILLIAMS SAMUEL S WILLIAMS SHELLEY WILLINGHAM-HINTON NOVELLA FORD WRIGHT DR LAMONTE G WYCHE, SR SHERYL HARRIS XIMINES VINCENT ELLIOTT XIMINES

    CYNTHIA M ABEJURO COLIN B ADAMS DEJUANNA B ADAMS LESLEY R ADAMS HENRY Y ADU FREDERICK AIKENS BARBARA S AKINWOLE MARY D ALDRICH DONALD M ALEXANDER REGINALD I ALEXANDER LILLIAN G ALSTON CYNTHIA H ANDERSON CATHERINE L ARLINE BRYSON ARMSTEAD FURNESS J ARMSTEAD DEBORAH C ARTIS POCAHONTAS ASHE YUEN K AVENT JOHNSON KIJIJI YUEN AVENT PAMELA JONES BANKS SHANAE BARCO

    THEODORE BAXTER WILLIAM C BAXTER NORMAN BAYNARD VINCENT BAYYAN CHERI L BEASLEY PENELOPE DAWN BERRINGER DARNELL BETHELL ELROY K BETHELL MARGARET B BODDIE GWENDOLYN BONNER BRYAN BOOKER JANICE A BOOKER JESSE BOSTONANGELENE M BOWDEN JAMES W BOWDEN HAROLD K BOYD GEORGE H BOYKIN THOMAS W BRADSHAW LINWOOD R BROCKETT EVANGELINE BRODIE CHARLES BROOKS CLAYBORNE M BROOKS

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    MAUREEN A BROWN NATALIE BULLOCK BROWN PATTYE J BROWN RACHEL S BULLARD ROLAND N BULLARD SHIRLEY L BULLOCK ANNAMAE BROWN BURNSIDE DORETHEA ROGERS BURRELL ICILMA BURROUGHS OLIVETTE H BYNUM CHARLES BROADIE CAMERON JAMES HOWARD CAMERON QUEEN L CANNON DAVID LEWIS CARD LEON T CARRINGTON ROBERTA L CARROWAY DONALD H CHRISTIAN ANGELA B CLOUD PATRICIA A COAN SHIRLEY SANDERS COLDEN MICHAEL COSTA GAYE D COUNCIL MILDRED FANCHER CROSS TERESSA CUFF C DANIEL SHELIA Y DAVILLIER-WOODARD BEVERLY N DAVIS DENNIS DAVIS JAMES E DAVIS LATANYA DAVIS TERRI R DAVIS IDA JOHNSON DAWSON BOBBIE JEAN DEBNAM GAIL D DICKERSON ADRIAN DIXON ERVIN L DORSEY RAYMOND M DUNSTON RUBY M DUNSTON MARGALINE DURING AYANA EADDY DENNIS RODNEY EARP MINETTA GAYLOR EATON TINA DONADELLE EDWARDS SALIMAH EL-AMIN REMIGIUS EMETO JODIE ERVIN IRENE ESTES

    EDDIE MYERS EUBANKS MICHAEL A EURE KAYE C EVANS ROSALYNDE MARCELIA FENNER LOTTIE R FERRELL CHESTER FISHER QUINCE FLEMING DOROTHY L FLINT ANTHONY FLOW BRIAN FLOYD NADINE Y FORD SARAH A FORD MILDRED J HARRIS FOSTER ARNICA FOULKES ANNE FULFORD-MCQUEEN IRVING FULLER WILLIE FULLWOOD KENYETTA GADSON JERMAINE GALES BRANDI GEARY ERIC GILBERT CAROLYN GLOVER MOSES GOLATT WALTER LEE GOOD ANTHONY GRADY ELVERA Q GRADY JAMES GRAHAM CORNELIUS GREEN MARINO M GREEN JANETTAROS L GREENE ORLANDO HANKINS LARRY EDDMOND HARDY EDWARD A HARGROVE JOHN MCKINLEY HARRISLILLIE HARRIS MELVIN HARRIS EARL HARRIS-NICHOLLS STAVIEN DELTHINUS HARRISON CLEMENTINE HARRIS-PEACE AUDREY H HARROD DUMAS HARSHAW VICKIE A HAWKINS ESTHER M HAYES CHARLES A HAYWOODDAVID HAYWOOD CYKEITHIA HENDERSON

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    JEREMY HENRY BARBARA HICKS WILLIAMS JOAN HIGGINBOTHAM ROBERT HINES LASH L HOCUTT THURMAN D HOLLINS DAN HOLLY RONALD N HOLMES JOSEPH H HOLT MARY M HOLT JIMMIE HOOKER ELISHA HOWERTON III ALPHA L HOWZE LINDA R HUBBARD KITTY HUGGINS EULA F HUMPHREY HERMENA E HUNTER CHARLES IBEZIAKO CARRIE DENISE INGRAM MICHAEL P JACKSON CRAIG M JAMES WARDELL JAMES GAIL WALKER JARRETT LYNNE JEFFERSON ANTHONY JEFFRIES KATHLEEN JENKINS HELEN JOHNS DENIECE NICOLE JOHNSON JAMES F JOHNSON JANETTE B JOHNSONWAYNE B JOHNSON BRENDA M JONES ELEANOR G JONES FLORA W JONES JERRELLE JONES TOM JONES AARON T JORDAN WILLO JEAN JORDAN MILDRED E KEITH KRISTENE KELLY ROBERT JEROME KING ROSEMARY MITCHELL KING ELSIE E KIRTON PETER KRAMER JAMICA LANGLEY

    JUDI MOORE LATTA LEWIS BRENT LAWRENCE GERALDINE C LEE MARVIN LEWIS LEE ANDREW EDWIN LEWIS JOSEPH M LEWIS NICHOLE LEWIS JACK LIGHTBODY LAURIE LIMBRICK-THOMPSON JOHN LONG MARY LUCAS THELMA H LUCAS-HARDY BERNARD J LUSCANS LARRY D LYNN TAMIKA A LYNN JAMES E LYONS BENNIE A MACK JOYCE L MALONE BRADFORD E MARSHALL LUSYNTHIA J MARSHALL GARY J MATSEY AUDREY C MCCARTER-HEDGEPETH REGINALD MCFARLAND LAVERNE D MCGUIRE HERBERT L MCKIE MICHAEL L MCKINNON CAROLYN HEARTLEY MCLENDON JOSEPH MCNEIL JACQUELINE P MCQUILLAR CLEVELAND MEEKS MARK A MELTON SHELLEY MIDDLETON SHERRY MILLER ALISE PATRICIA MITCHELL JAMES Q MITCHELL JUJUAN COLLUYETTE MITCHELL WILLYETTA A MITCHELL INGA L MOFFITT MARY ANN MONROE WILLIAMS GEORGE W MORGAN ANTHONY J MORLEY SHERYL MORTON KAY FRANCES MYATT-COFIELD PATRICK NEAL ERICA MICHELLE NIMMONS

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    ALPHA B NJAI GEORGE W NOBLE LILLIAN D NORMAN KIM OLDS ALESIA GREEN ONEAL ROSA ORELANO TRAVIS OUTLAW JAVIER PABON DENISE D PAGE JANE PAIGE E B PALMER LORETHA PEACOCK DWIGHT A PEEBLES ALFRED C PERRY RALPH N PERSON CLAUDIA H PETERSON JOANN M PETTIFORD CHERYL D PIPPEN (PARKER) ORABELLE WRIGHT PRICE MARIA SPRINGFIRELD RASHID BERTIE RAY ROSEBUD W REUBEL ALMETTA REVIS HARRY B RHODES ANDRE S RICHARDSON EDNA RICH-BALLENTINE LILLIAN D RIDDICK CARL N ROBINSON DEKHASTA B ROZIER ERICA RUSSELL EFFIE M SANDERS ERNEST SANDERS EVON ELAINE SHERON SANDERS JOSEPH M SANSOM PAMELA SAULSBY CONSTANCE C SAVAGE STEPHEN G SCHOLZ RUTH N SEGRES LAVON SESSOMS JAMES J SEYMOUR HELEN SHARPE-WILLIAMS PETA-GAYE SHAW BEULAH WHITAKER SHEALY M JUDY SHERMAN LALCHAND T SHIMPI VALERIA DENISE SHROPSHIRE

    JOHN D SINGLETARY CLARA SLACK CAROLYN M SMITH TANYA V SMITH JOHNSIE MARIE SNIPES JUNIOUS N SORRELL VINCENT SPAULDING JENNIFER SPIKER HAZEL B SPRUILL SOLOMON STANFIELD MABEL WYNNE STEELE JOYCE STEVENS WILSON L STEWARD LAFAYETTE J STOKES CASSANDRA STONE KIMBER-LEE M SUITER LATOYA SUTTON OLGA L TALIFERRO KAREN PINNEX TAYLOR PATRICIA PERRY TAYLOR ALMA LUCILLE THOMAS LEA ANDRE THOMAS EUGENE C THOMAS MARY RAGLAND THOMAS RAEGAN THOMAS

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    Blue & White Club $1-$99 CONSTANCE BLACK TOBIAS DONNA N TOLBERT RICHARD TOLLIVER JENNIFER TOWNES GWENDOLYN J TOWNS VERA R TRAPPIO PENNIE PEAY TUCKER CAROLYN S TURNER MARGARET TURNER CHARLOTTE CLARK TURPIN PAMELA ELAINE TWITTY QUEEN WALKER AUDREY V WALL ELOISE WARD MARJORIE C WARD PATRICIA CAUTHEN WARREN CHRISTA WASHINGTON DARLENE K WATSON JEROME WATSON HAROLD H WEBB SHAKAI WEBB BARBARA D WELLS SANDRA CLEMONS WHITE SYLVESTER A WHITE MARY L WIGGINS CEILESSIA WILLIAMS CYNTHIA I WILLIAMS GAYLA MICHELLE WILLIAMS GERTRUDE WILLIAMS LISBON O WILLIAMS MINNIE T WILLIAMS ORTHARINE WILLIAMS BRENDA S WILLIAMSON ARTHURINE WILLIAMS-WRIGHT CAROL ANNETTE WILSON SHIRLKEYMU L WINSTON MARQUITA D WOOD JAMES WOODARD CHRISTOPHER L WOODS ANTONIETTE S WOODSIDE BYRAN WORTHINGTON

    LAWRENCE E WRAY ALIE U WURIE JOHN P ZANE CLARA G ABRON FAROOQ AGHA BARBARA S AKINS ADRIENNE ALLEN VIVIAN S ALLEN CAREN THERESA ALLEN-SHARPE JEWEL HAIRSTON ALMOND STACY ALSTON CURTIS L ANDERSON BELINDA ANN ANDREWS MITCHELL L ANTHONY BOBBIE M ARTIS HAZELINE J ASHE QUENTIN A AUTRY JEAN BAILEY LINDA M BAILEY EVELYN BAIRD BEVERLEE L BAKER DEBRA S BAKER DWAYNE BAKER PHOEBE D BANKS SHARON BANKS HARMON BARNARD LARRY BASS RANDOLPH BAZEMORE BARBARA BEARD-HINTON LEVI A BECKWITH CHESTER BELL MARINA J BELL WILLIAM BELL YAAKOV C BEN-OR HARMOND BERNARD LANNIE R BEST DARYL BING MICHAEL R BISSINGER BRYANT UBAKA BLACKMOORE J L BOLDEN DONNA PHYLLIS BOMAR SHARON Y BOMAR

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    HERMAN F BOSTICK ELIZABETH BOWMAN WILLIAM BOWMAN DENNIS BRANCH CHERYL R BRANKER DENITA BRASWELL ANNE D BRENT LEONA P BREWER SUSAN R BRIDGES CARRIE G BROCK LUTHER BROCKINGTON KATHLEEN BROOKS ALFRED B BROWN ANDRE C BROWN DANIEL & SARAH BROWN GWENDOLYN BURWELL BROWN TYRONE BROWN BERNICE O BROWNING WALTER BROWNLEE JULIA C BRYANT SUSAN L BRYANT DELORES BRYSON STAFFORD G BULLOCK JOHNNIE E BURKE KIMBERLY L BURNETT CURLIE BURNS FREDERICK D BURROUGHS APRIL RENEE BUSH LEROY BUTLER ROSIA D BUTLER CARLENE P BYRD DERRIK QUENTIN BYRD CARMEN CALHOUN BETTY S CAMP FRANCINA CAMP E D CAMPBELL KENNETH CAMPBELL LORETTA MASK CAMPBELL JERALDINE A CAMPER SONYA YVETTE CANNADY ANGELA D CARTER CYNTHIA D CARTER JANET L CARTER MARY H CARTER LATOYA D CESAR

    AMANDA CHAMBERS LORNA M CHAN FAYE COX CHAPLIN SANDY CHAPMAN TIM CHAVOUS LUTHER CHERRY GWENDOLYN CHERRY-SMITH MELBA CHRISTIAN PATRICIA T CHRISTMAS BRENDA GAYLE CLARK DETRICK DARRELL CLARK THOMAS BERNARD CLARK ELIZABETH T CLARKSON FRANCES CLAYBROOK MARGIE W COEFIELD PAMELA COFIELD ALFREDIA HUNTER COLLINS RICKY COLLINS IRMA C CORZINE EDWARD DWIGHT COTTON JAMES COURTNEY LARRY COUSAR VELMA COUSINS JOHN COVINGTON RACHEL R COVINGTON KASIMATTIE C COX BRUCE COZART CHRIS COZART JAMES E CRAIGEN GERALDINE T CROOMS MARSHA CRUMEL JARITA E CRUMP SALLY W CRUMP RESPICIO JUARES CRUZ VERA CRUZ CARLEEN D CUMBERBATCH RODNEY SCOTT CUMMINGS DOREEN F CUNNINGHAM LILLIAN B CURRIN MARY W CURRY LILLIAN H CURTIS LINDA DALLAS SHE-RA M DANIELS GEETA R DAVE

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    RAJENDRA J DAVE WALTER H DAVENPORT JULIAN WYATT DAVIS LEOLA DAVIS MARION DAVIS NELLIE W DAVIS NATHANIEL DAY CAROLYN TE DEBNAM HAROD DEMBY MARY DESCHAMPS KEVIN E DIAL RONNIE THROME DICKERSON GARY DICKINSON KATRINA A DIX DWAYNE DIXON MITTIE DIXON MICHAEL S DOBSON TINA DONADELLE MOSE E DORSEY PAMELA V DOUGLAS SHIRLEY DOVE TIFFANY DOWNING SUSAN L DOWNS ARNETTA WHITE DOYLE JOANNE S DRANE HENRY DUELL DRUSILLA ANTIONETTE DUNN WILLIE E DUNN VONDA MARIE EASTERLING BONITA C EBB CAROLYN EDWARDS CHEBRYLL C EDWARDS CAROLYN J EGGLESTON CHINITA N ELLIOTT ANGELA M ENGLISH CAROLYN G ENNIS VALERIE EVANS KATHERINE EVERETT JAMES C FAULCON GLESTESA MONIQUE FERRELL JACQUELINE K FIELDS DERRICK FITZGERALD GEORGE WILLIAM FLEMMING DUDLEY E FLOOD GOLDEN M FLOYD

    BARBARA FORBES KELVIN DWAYNE FORD TASHA J FORD THOMAS FOREMAN ROBERT L FOWLER MARY FOX TERESA H FOX FLORENCE I FRANCIS DEMIUS RASHAD FRAZIER NAKENYA FREEMAN ITNUIT JANOVITZ FREIREICH CAROLYN FRIERSON WILLIAM J FRIZZELL LAVERNE FULLER ELLEN JEAN S GADDY ARNETTE G GAMBRELL DEIDRA GARY GENNINE I GILCHRIST JAMES L GILES CARDRIENNE S GILL DAVID GILL MAMIE R GLADDEN ANNIE R GLASCOE ALFRED GLOVER TONYA V GOOCH ELISE M GOODMAN DELICIA M GOODMAN-LEE PAULINE GOZA ROBBIE D GRAHAM CARL CARY GRANT CARLEAN D GRANT MICHELLE GRANT CHARLES GRAVES LESLIE GREEN GWENDA GREENE IANTHA GREENE MOSES TA GREENE SHARON GRIFFIN REEKITTA K GRIMES JOHNATHON C GUERRA JANET T GUSTAFSON EVA GWYN RALEIGH D HAIRSTON KENNETH HALL WILLIE HAMMIEL

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    WILLIE HARDY DANYASHA L HARGROVE ANNA G HARKLEY LIZZIE J HARRELL GROVER J HARRIS SANDRA SPRUIELL HARRIS SARAH C HARRIS BOB HASTINGS ERASTO HATCHETT JUANITA HAYWOOD-MCKNIGHT HARVEY D HEARTLEY JIMMY L HEGGINS JO ANN HELMS TREMAINE HENRY COLLEEN A HEYWARD JAMES C HICKEY GWENDOLYN M HICKS LEE HERBERT HICKS ANNIE R HILL THOMAS L HILL AZZALEE M HINES TONYA R HINES DEXTER A HINSON ROBERT HINTON RICHARD HOLDEN YVETTE L HOLDEN PEARL J HOLLAND BETTY ANN BADGETT HOLMAN WILLIAM HOOKER CORNELIA S HOPKINS DANA HORNE KEVIN D HOWELL BETTY HUDSON MARJORIE HUGGINS LATRISE HUGHES MARGARET ROGERS HUNT LEONARD HUNTER TELISHA WATKINS HUNTER KEVIN R HYDE GEORGE L HYMAN TIMOTHY IMAFIDON RUSSELL J INMAN GALE J ISAACS L AUDREY IVORY GEORGE F JACK CHRISTINE H JACKSON

    LINDA JACKSON MARIAN WATFORD JACKSON CHARLINE JACOB GRETEL T JAMES TONYA DENISE JAMES JOYCE E JARRETT HAROLD LEON JEFFREYS STEPHANIE DENISE JENKINS ALICE JOHNSON DURRELL LAMONT JOHNSON JOSEPH JOHNSON MARCUS JOHNSON PATRICIA A JOHNSON THERESA C JOHNSON WARNER JOHNSON BENJAMIN F JONES BETTY (BJ) JONES DOROTHY H JONES JACQUELINE JONES JESSIE R JONES MATTIE E JONES ORLANDO EUGENE JONES JERRELL JORDAN LATASHA M JORDAN ALLAN T JUDKINS SINTHEA MYRICK KELLY JONATHAN D KELLY, SR DENA DIANA KENNEDY NATASHA F KENT BERNARD KING DEANGELO D KING ROBIN KINNEY CONSTANTINE G KLEDARAS CHERYL KOMBO LEONARD LAMBERT WILBUR L LASSITER ANGELA M LAW DEBORAH LEACH WILLETTE LEACH PAMELA LEACH-THOMAS TYRONE JAMES LECOUNT LILLIAN S LEE JENCHO LEFWICH LETHA LETT FELTS LEWIS MAXINE E LEWIS

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    RON LEWIS LETHA LETT FELTS LEWIS MAXINE E LEWIS RON LEWIS ADDESSA B LEWIS-COOKE LEWIS T LIGON WILLIE LITTLEJOHN CHARLES LIVERPOOL HAZEL N LOGAN YOLANDA W LOPEZ JOSEPH LOVELACE GLORIA D LOVETT JOHN LOW CHASE L LOWE CLAIRE D LUCAS EULA LUCAS LANSDALE LUCAS ATTIA LUCKLEY DANA MARIE LYNN JOSEPH F LYNN AKKEM ZEKE MANGUM MANNY MARBET TAJ R MARTIN AIN G MASON ANNE D MASSENBURG MATHIAS MATERU CEECIA MATTHEWS DEBORAH L MAXWELL JONATHAN E MAY GERELENE MAYFIELD CHEIKH AB MBACKER JANET MCCATTY VIRGIL C MCDONALD MELANIE MCKINNON CECIL H MCMANUS FAYE MCNEAL CHANDRA MCNEIL LUCY LAURETTA MELBOURNE ANN-MARIE MENDIBLE BENJAMIN FRANKLIN MERRITT ALISA R MILLIKEN RUBY S MIMS MARSHA MITCHELL DONALD T MON HENRY MONROE

    BRENDA B MOODY BENNIE MOORE HARRIETT A MOORE LAMONT MOORE RAQUEZ MOORE RICHARD L MOORE TRINA MOORE AUDREY PHILLIPS MORGAN CARLENE J MORGAN IRMA MORGAN SANDRA M MORGAN ZIA MORTER ELIZABETH MOSS AUDREY MUHAMMAD KENNETH C MUHAMMAD BESSIE MULLINS ANDREW F MURRELL DIANA D MYERS DOROTHY MARIE NEAL JACK NEAL GODWIN NELSON RANDY NELSON ROBERT NEVELS ERNESTINE MARGO NEWKIRK ARLISS R NEWMAN MARJORIE L NEWMAN LEADON NEWSOME LAKISHA NICHOLS MARJORIE NILES OPHELIA D NOBLE CHRISTINA A NORMAN WILLIAM NOWELL HERBERT ODOM AMOBI ONUORAH EMANUEL H OWENS RUTH W OWENS FREDDIE PACE LILLIE PADDIO DONNA PATRICIA PAGE MAURICE PAHALAN OTIS PALMER DORIS PARRISH BRODIE PATTERSON RUTH H PAYTON ALLIE M PEEBLES MARY W PEEBLES

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    LORENZO PERCY ELLA W PERRY JASON L PERRY MARJORIE PERSON VERNA B PETERKIN DONNA KIM PICKNEY WILLIAM T PIERCE CORALYN PINKNEY ROSE PINNIX MIYOSHI SADE POLK BETTYE D POOLE ERIC O POOLE MARY H POOLE WANDA P POOLE NICOLE N PORTER RODGER POWELL COURTNEY PRINGLE HELEN PROCTOR GLADYS M PUTNEY MARY M QUARLES EMMANUEL QUAYE VICENTE RAMIERZ NICOLE RANDALL DONALD R RASPBERRY ERICA RAY SHEILA FORT RAY SHARON RAYNOR GWEN REYNOLDS FELICIA J RICE DOROTHY RICE-COBBS LUCIENNE A RICHARDS LINDA F RICHARDSON RONALD C RICHARDSON MARGARET M RIDDICK ANDRE ROACH SYDNEY J ROBERTS DIANE V ROBINSON TENISHA ROBINSON ROBBIE T ROGERS LOUIE ROSS TERENCE L ROSS SHERIA DESHAWN ROWE WILLIE ROWE DELLA C RUCKS SHIRLEY RUSH CHRISTOPHER RUSSELL

    JOYCE RUSSELL REGGIE SAGADRACA MARY G SALARY BERNESTINE SANDERS DOROTHY P SANDERS HAZEL A SANDERS MAE RENE SANDERS PEGGY W SANDERS DERRICK SAULS CLARENCE SAULTER BELINDIA SCOTT JAMIL BENETTE SCOTT MARY SCOTT MICHAEL SEDA CLARENCE SESSONS MARY ELIZABETH SHARPE VIOLA SHARPE SHAMONDO SHARPLESS BEULAH H SHAW MICHAEL SHAW CECILIA SHELTON KATHLEEN SHELTON ELLEN L L SHEPARD GWEN SHERMAN BEVERLYN SHERRIL DEBORAH L SHORT BLANCHE C SHROPSHIRE FREDERICK SILLS CARLTON DONNELL SILVER WAVE SIMMONS LINDA SIMMONS-HENRY MAWIYAH SKINNER BARBARA SMITH DAVID SMITH DEBRA SMITH FREDERICK SMITH REX SMITH SEVEALYN V SMITH SHELETA SMITH YVONNE SMITH-WASHBURN ASHLYNNE M SOLLARS CHRISTOPHER SOLOMON JORGE E SOUSA MEDRA SOUTHERLAND SHEILA N SPENCE JOAN M SPENCER

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    ANTHONY THOMAS SPICER AARON SPRINGS JAMES STALLINGS SHERENE A STEPHENS BRENDA STOKES SARAH B STRAUD L R STURDIVANT BLANCHE YVETTE SUTTON RENEE MONIQUE DECAR SWAIN CHARLIE TALLY PHILLIS TAYLOR ROBERT TAYLOR SANDRA TELESFORD COURTNEY M TELFAIRE JAMES THOMAS JAMES C THOMAS DOROTHY S THOMPSON KENYA MARTISS TODD-MOORE ERIC L TOWNES CHRIS TUCKER SIMON UGWUOKE JACK USHERY PAULINE K VANDERGRIFT CYNTHIA J VAUGHN BETTY VICK STEWART VICK RALPH VIEUX THEODOSHIA T VINES CAROL O WALKER KENNETH WALKER MILTON WALKER OMEBA D WALKER TERRICA K WALKER LYDIA WALL NANCY GILES WALL JACQUELINE WARD LOVIEREE WARREN TODD WARRICK BRENDA A WASHINGTON LINDA J WASHINGTON BRENDA WATSON DONALD L WATSON KIMBERLY W WATSON FRANK B WEAVER MARKELIA WEAVER JULIUS ERVING WELLS

    KELLY M WELLS ALFORD WESLEY LAWRENCE W WHEELER CHARLES L WHITAKER JOYCE A WHITE GLORIA JEAN WHITEHURST HESTER W WIGGINS DAVID B WILEY ANTONIO WILKER DAMION WILKERSON LATASHA WILLIAM CANDICE ANDREWS WILLIAMS GLADYS M WILLIAMS JEANNE WILLIAMS KENNETH WILLIAMS LAWRENCE T WILLIAMS MAE JACKSON WILLIAMS MARGO J WILLIAMS SHAREESE MONIQUE WILLIAMS SHUKANA LIQUORI WILLIAMS STACEY WILLIAMS VANESSA WANITA WILLIAMS BERNARD WILSON LETITIA WILSON VICKIE WILSON CLIFFORNIA G WIMBERLEY SHANNON WINSTEAD ALISHA WOOD KWAME KAMALA WOODS JAMES O WOODYARD ASHLEY WORLEY LESLIE WRIGHT LYNELL WRIGHT MABLE B WRIGHT JANET M YOUNG

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    Alumni/Social Organizations

    ABBOT DOWNING - PHILANTHROPIC ALADDIN TRAVEL MEETING PLANNERS ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA SORORITY, INCORPORATED AMERICAN HONDA MOTOR CO INC AT&T FOUNDATION AT&T NORTH CAROLINA B&J PLUMBING, HEATING & A/C, INC BANK OF AMERICA BLACK HISTORY EDUCATIONAL NETWORK BOYKINS GIRL SCOUT TROOP CAPITAL BANK CIAA - CENTRAL INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION CLOROX COMPANY FOUNDATION COECO COLLEGE FOUNDATION, INC COLONIAL DOWNS CONSUMER EDUCATION SERVICES, INC DK CONSTRUCTIONCOMPANY OF NC, INC DOMESTIC & FOREIGN MISSIONARY SOCIETY DUKE ENERGY FOUNDATION MATCHING GIFTS PROGRAMS FREEDOM FORUM GEORGE ELLIOTT LONDON CHARITABLE REMAINDER TRUST GLAXOSMITHKLINE GRAND CHAPTER ORDER OF THE EASTERN STAR GREATER RALEIGH CHAMBER OF COMMERCEGREGORY POOLE EQUIPMENT COMPANY IMPRESS PRINTING AND GRAPHIC SOLUTIONS INTERPUBLIC GROUP IRVINGTON BOARD OF EDUCATION L & E ENTERPRISE SOLUTIONS, LLC LAW OFFICE OF ANITA DAVIS PEARSON LETTIE PATE WHITEHEAD FOUNDATIONMOBILE GIVING FOUNDATION NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION

    NC INDEPENDENT UNIVERSITYS AND UNIVERSITY NC LEGISLATIVE BLACK CAUCUS FOUNDAT NORTH CAROLINA COMMUNITY FOUNDATION NORTH CAROLINA STATE BEAUTICIANS & COSMETOLOGISTS ASSOCIATION OFFICE OF FEDERAL EMPLOYEES GROUP LIFE INSURANCE PARKER POE ADAMS & BERSTEIN LLP PEPSI BOTTLING VENTURES LLC PFIZER FOUNDATION PRIVATE SCHOLARSHIP AND AWARDS RESEARCH SERVICES PROVINCE OF SEWANEE REACHING YOUR GOALS, INC RENAISSANCE SYSTEM INC REVOCABLE LIVING TRUST OF RUDOLPH C SMITH REX UNC HEALTH CARE SOUTHEASTERN US MASTERS TRACK & FIELD ASSOCIATION, INCSTANDING INSIDE THE GAP, INC STATE FARM COMPANIES FOUNDATION STRATEGIC SOLUTIONS CENTER LLC SUNTRUST BANK TT & E IRON AND METAL INC THE FRED A AND BARBARA M ERB FAMILY FOUNDATION THE UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA THE WELLINGTON SWINDALL REVOCABLE TRUST TRAVELERS TRI-AC FOOD SYSTEMS (BOJANGLES) TURNER CONSTRUCTION COMPANY VIOLA H FLOWERS TRUST WELLS FARGO FOUNDATION EDUCATIONAL MATCHING GIFT PROGRAM WELLS FARGO MATCHING GIFT PROGRAM WESLEY PEACHTREE GROUP YMCA OF THE TRIANGLE AREA, INC

    CHARLOTTE ALUMNI CHAPTER DURHAM ALUMNI CHAPTER FAYETTEVILLE ALUMNI CHAPTER GROOVE PHI GROOVE SOCIAL FELLOWSHIPHAMPTON ROADS ALUMNI CHAPTERMETRO ATLANTA ALUMNI CHAPTERNATIONAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION of SAUWASHINGTON DC METROPOLITAN ALUMNI CHAPTERWAYNE COUNTY (GOLDSBORO) ALUMNI CHAPTERRALEIGH/WAKE ALUMNI CHAPTERRALEIGH/WAKE RETIRED ALUMNI CHAPTERRICHMOND/PETERSBURG ALUMNI CHAPTERSOUTH FLORIDA (MIAMI) CHAPTER

    Religious OrganizationsCORPORATION OF THE EPISCOPAL DIOCESE OF MISSOURI DOMESTIC & FOREIGN MISSIONARY SOCIETY EPISCOPAL CHURCH WOMEN - DIOCESE OF PENNSYLVANIA EPISCOPAL CHURCH WOMEN OF THE DIOCESE OF LONG ISLAND EPISCOPAL CHURCH WOMEN OF WNC EPISCOPAL CHURCH WOMEN DIOCESE OF EAST CAROLINA FRIENDSHIP MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH GREATER CHRISTIAN CHAPEL CHURCH OAK CITY BAPTIST CHURCH SAINT ANDREWS EPISCOPAL CHURCH SAINT LUKES EPISCOPAL CHURCH ST JOHNS EPISCOPAL CHURCH ST TIMOTHYS EPISCOPAL CHURCH THE DIOCESE OF NEWARK EPISCOPAL CHURCH WOMEN THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH CENTER THE EPISCOPAL CHURCH OF THE ATONEMENT THE EPISCOPAL DIOCESE OF EAST CAROLINATHE EPISCOPAL DIOCESE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE THE EPISCOPAL DIOCESE OF SOUTHEAST FLORIDA WATTS CHAPEL BAPTIST CHURCH