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Special People & Agencies of Hoke County, North Carolina (By Ellen McNeill)

Hoke County, NC, USA

Synopsis:

This publication will showcase these individuals in Hoke County, North Carolina, who are just ordinary mothers, fathers, brothers, sisters, aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends. By working together, they have made this small, southern town an extraordinary place filled with rich, colorful history, as well as a promising future. The author, Commissioner Ellen McNeill has captured a picturesque glimpse into Hoke County and how its history has molded it- from a time of separation based on a person’s skin color to a time of integration. This is a town where everyone may be respected for their contributions to creating a better world, to a time where we know both acknowledge and defend the belief that all lives matter.

 

If interested in purchasing a copy of Special People & Agencies of Hoke County, North Carolina, please contact author Ellen Mcneill by email @ emcneill1005@aol.com

 

All proceeds from this book are non-profit. Purchases will go to the White Oak School scholarship fund.

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    Added By Ellen McNeill

    Ellen C. McNeill was the first African American secretary hired in the city of Fayetteville offices of Engineering, Human Relations, and Airport departments. Later she was the Community Development Neighborhood Resources Coordinator when the first Best Practices Award by the Housing and Urban Development Office honored the City of Fayetteville and County of Cumberland.
    Ellen McNeill is the only black female to have served on the Board of County Commissioners in Hoke County. In 2013, she was chosen by her peers as the North Carolina Black Elected Official of the Year. She was a member of Southeastern Community and Family Services Board of Directors, an officer of the Hoke County Civic League, Hoke Reading Literacy Council, Trustee of the Raeford-Hoke Museum, and the Hoke County Missionary Union.

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