- Faith & Family
Happy wedding anniversary to Dewey Willard and Sabrina Knight lll, who celebrated their 10th anniversary on May 18th. Their daughter, Morgan, celebrated her 8th birthday on Saturday, May 12th, with her school mates and friends at C. B. Smith water park.
Bethune-Cookman University ‘Lady Wild Cats’ won the Golf Championship in Port St. Lucie. Chris Cochranis their coach. Our ‘Lady Wild Cats’ also won the MEAC national softball title last month.
Congratulations to all college, university and high school graduates; success and happiness now and always are well deserved. Special congratulations to Daryl Newbold on his graduation from Florida International University. Maude Newbold and her family have been very instrumental in encouraging her nieces and nephews in continuing to aspire to higher levels of education.
Congratulations go out to Darrius Jamal Albury-Williams on being selected the 2012 student athlete by the Orange Bowl Committee and receiving a scholarship award. Darrius will attend FAMU in the fall majoring in Business Administration Management.
St. Agnes Episcopal Church cordially invites our community to their annual men’s day June 24th. Theme “Man of God Stand Firm in the Faith, Fear the Lord, But also Seek Him.” Speaker is Dr. C. P. Prestonof Peaceful Zion Baptist Church.
Get well wishes and prayers go out to all sick persons and those confined at home or in nursing facilities: Inez McKinney-Johnson, Frances Brown, Louise H. Cleare, Shayne Hepburn, Winston Scavella, Sue Francis, Naomi Adams, Wilhelmina Stirrup-Welch, Princes Lamb, Thomas Nottage, Iva Dell Hepburn, Prince Gordon, Yvonne Johnson-Gaitor, Veronica O’Berry, Frankie Rolle, Grace Heastie-Patterson, Jacqueline Finley-Livingston and Elouise Farrington.
Congratulations to three of Miami’s pioneer daughters who celebrated their 50th anniversary reunion at their historic universities last weekend. Maude Newbold, Bethune- Cookman University; Marcia Johnson-Saunders, Hampton University and Beverly E. Nixon, Talledega College.
Miamians were saddened to learn of the death of Lemuel Moncur, pioneer Miamian who graduated from B. T.W. class of 1949. Married to Florence Scavella, they have two daughters, Florence and Robin Moncur, one grandson Lemuel ll, and many nieces, nephews and other relatives.
By Anna Grace Sweeting