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Have A Joyous Thanksgiving! Wendy & City Councilman DJ Haire, District 4


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            Volumn 32  No. 11                                                                          November 11,  2021 Edition  *  (910) 323-3120-Office                                                                      Fayetteville, NC


                                 Global Vision Barber College in Fayetteville



                                           on Bragg Blvd. prepares new barbers




               Story by Jelia Coleman- Hepner                                                                                               At the end, students will be prepared to take the
               With small businesses in Fayetteville struggling                                                                             state board exam through classroom instruction and
          because of the COVID-19 pandemic, opening a bar-                                                                                  practical applications.
          ber college during these challenging times might seem                                                                                  “I’ve always enjoyed mentoring new barbers.
          risky. However, that did not deter a Fayetteville couple                                                                          Barbering is a great profession with flexibility and
          from taking the plunge.                                                                                                           high earning potential,” Keith said. As of November
               With more than 20 years of experience in the                                                                                 2020, the U.S. barbershop market was reported to
          hair care industry, last year, EE Smith High School                                                                               be a $5 billion industry that employs more than
          Alum Keith and Shintrell White, his wife, took their                                                                              150,000 people. That information alone speaks vol-
          passion for teaching others, and inaugurated Global                                                                               umes and lends itself to the growing appeal of be-
          Vision Barber College at 3442 Bragg Blvd. in                                                                                      coming a professional barber.
          Fayetteville.                                                                                                                          “Opening a barber school is a natural progres-
               “We birthed the idea of opening a barber school                                                                              sion for us. Shintrell obtained her cosmetology
          during the early months of the pandemic…when most                                                                                 instructor’s license, and taught for several years. She
          businesses were closed, including ours,” Keith said.                                                                              is currently pursuing her barber instructors license.”
          “My wife owns and operates Kahmora’s Hair Studio,
          and I own and operate Balla World Barber Shop, both                                                                                    Research shows that barber schools are essen-
          are on a busy section of Yadkin Road. We researched                                                                               tial due to a career expected to grow at a rate of
          and agreed that a barber college was needed in the                                                                                13% through 2026; barbershops are clamoring to
          community.”                                                                                                                       hire barbers with hands-on training and on-the-job
               Keith explained how the couple renovated the                                                                                 experience.
          building where the Fayetteville Beauty College used                                                                                    Keith and Shintrell state their vision for each
          to be.  ”We replaced drywall, flooring, fixtures and                                                                              student who enrolls into their program. “Ultimately,
          installed new sinks, chairs, and other equipment. It was                                                                          to become certified barbers in the state of North
          a total transformation, and we are excited to offer a                                                                             Carolina, and to have a vision for their lives.”
          quality education in a large facility to practice and                                                                                  For more information, you are invited to call
          sharpen skills.”                                                                                       Photo by JJ Jones          Global Vision Barber College, 910.578.0211 or
               Students are encouraged to enroll in classes ev-                                                                             visit the college at 3442 Bragg Blvd., in Fayetteville.
          ery Monday throughout the year. Part-time courses           Keith & Shintrell White -(910) 578-0211                               The college also has a FACEBOOK page that you
          are optional, and full-time courses take 9 ½ months.                                                                              are welcomed to visit.


                                      Dr. Hubert Anthony Peterkin





               “I have fought a good fight, I have finished my                                                                              third term in 2010, and ran unopposed in his fourth
          course, I have kept the faith: Henceforth there is laid up                                                                        term 2014 and re-elected in for a 5th term in 2018. He
          for me a crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the                                                                              has received an Advanced Certification from the N.C.
          righteous judge shall give me at that day.”                                                                                       Sheriff’s Education and Training Standards Commis-
                                                    II TIMOTHY 4:7-8                                                                        sion and an Advanced Certification from the N.C. Crimi-
               DR. HUBERT ANTHONY PETERKIN was born                                                                                         nal Justice Education and Training Commission. Sher-
          in Brooklyn, New York on April 25, 1962 to the late Hubert                                                                        iff Peterkin also served as President for the North Caro-
          and Onnie Peterkin. A 1981 graduate of Hoke County High                                                                           lina Sheriff’s Association in 2015 and as the Chairman
          School. Hubert is survived by his loving wife Della, three                                                                        of the North Carolina Sheriff’s Association’s Executive
          children: Antisha Peterkin, LaSwanda Peterkin and Anto-                                                                           Board from 2016-2018.
          nio Peterkin. He has five siblings: Mary Bratcher, Sim
          Peterkin (Connie), Sharon Bowden (Franklin), Dennis                                                                                    Under Sheriff Peterkin’s leadership, the Hoke
          Peterkin (Darlene) and Darryl Smith (Lomonica). Two                                                                               County Sheriff’s Office has become a Nationally Ac-
          sister-in-laws: Rose Mitchell and Carolyn Monroe and one                                                                          credited Agency. In addition to this, a newly constructed
          brother-in-law, Aaron Monroe. Adored by his only grand-                                                                           Detention Center (Jail) was built and a newly renovated
          child, Ezra Peterkin; nieces and nephews: Ratisha Peterkin,                                                                       Sheriff’s Office was constructed. Many significant
          Laparish Peterkin, Erica Dixon, Sim Peterkin II, Brianna                                                                          changes have been made to enhance the performance
          Peterkin, April Lynn Stubbs, Aaron Lide Jr., Shannon Lide,                                                                        of the Sheriff’s Office staff and to ensure the safety of
          Cameron Lide, and Deona Peterkin; three aunts: Celia                                                                              Hoke County Citizens.
          Tomlin, Jessie McPhaul and Catherine Peterkin and host
          of other relatives and friends.                                                                                                        Dr. Peterkin earned a Bachelor of Science Degree
               DR. HUBERT ANTHONY PETERKIN is a lifelong                                                                                    in Business and Government from Liberty University.
          resident of Hoke County. He has been actively involved in                                                                         He continued to advance his education by attending the
          the city of Raeford and Hoke County since his teenage                                                                             University of Phoenix earning a Master’s in Public Ad-
          years as a servant in his church, volunteer, singer, and                                                                          ministration and a Doctoral Degree in Management.
          author. He has been in Law Enforcement for over 30                                                                                Sheriff Peterkin is a decorated officer and has received
          years and served as an officer with the Fayetteville Police                                                                       numerous awards.
          Department, holding various positions for a total of 16                                                                                           Services  Entrusted To
          years. In 1998, he was appointed as the Chief Deputy of                Friday, October 29, 2021 * 2:00 PM                                    BUIE’S FUNERAL HOME
          the Hoke County Sheriff’s Office. Hubert was first elected                  Cape Fear Conference B                                          543 Vass Road * Raeford, NC 28376
          Sheriff of Hoke County in 2002, second term in 2006,              Rev. Dr. Christoppher D. Stackhouse Sr., Eulogist                                 (910) 875-3700
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