Category Archives: Celebrating Black History 2020

Kenjuana McCray

Kenjuana McCray

Elected as the first African- American elected offical in the Town of Hope Mills…MORE

Belinda Bryant

Belinda Bryant

Belinda is a Community Organizer who is committed to volunteering, mentoring our youth, and organizing events that reflects Dr. King’s legacy of unity, brotherhood, and sisterhood.MORE

Mayor Mitch Colvin

Mayor Mitch Colvin

The Mayor patiently believes in building a community that works for everyone. He firmly believes the city has to make investments in people.MORE

Chef Judy

Chef Judy

Judith Cage, or Chef Judy as she is known to many, is an Army Veteran with a passion for cooking and love for people. MORE

Ann Mathis

Ann Mathis

It all began in 1990 with a single broken bicycle, wheeled into Moses Mathis’ garage by a neighborhood boy seeking help. “Next thing I knew, I had a bunch of kids in my garage with bicycles to be fixed” – Ann Mathis, wife of Moses. Over the next 25 years, Moses became known as The…MORE

Sheriff Ennis Wright

Sheriff Ennis Wright

During the summer of 1997, Sheriff Wright joined the Cumberland County Sheriff’s Office as a Road Deputy so he could serve and protect the entire County of Cumberland.MORE

Dr. Mark Rowden

Dr. Mark Rowden

Dr. Rowden is a global preacher who has worked in many facets in and around the Fayetteville community. MORE

Grilley Mitchell

Grilley Mitchell

Grilley J. Mitchell, is a retired military veteran. Served in the military for 20 years before retiring from Fort Bragg, in 1993.MORE

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