Priceless Vol 11 Number 2
Personal and Professional Empowerment www.hamptonroadsmessenger.com
Urban League Guild of
Hampton Roads hosts candidates forum
Voters should know the 'usual' and the 'unusual' suspects running for President
HU Proton Therapy Institute
2016 Gala of Hope
Free November 2016 Serving Norfolk, Portsmouth, Chesapeake, Hampton, Newport News, Suffolk, and Virginia Beach since 2006
Jazz Legacy Foundation weekend in Hampton
'Army Strong' business owner serves country and community
BY HRM STAFF
Born and raised in the old Crestwood section of Chesapeake, Virginia,
E. Lee has not allowed
he received from his father to fade with time.
Many Gary Johnson Jill Stein
of us know Earl as the owner and President of JaNay’s Cleaners located at 1484 Kempsville Road, Suite F, Chesapeake, VA 23320. However, today he wears many hats which includes serving in the United States Army.
Donald Trump BY CHRIS PARKS
candidate Gary Johnson and Green Party candidate Jill Stein were not able to participate in the recent spirited debates which featured Party candidate
Trump and Democratic Party candidate
Fortunately, for voters, important information
these candidates is available on each of the candidate’s website and on ballotpedia.org
: Gary Johnson is the 2016
Libertarian Party nominee for president of the United States. He declared his candidacy
on January 6, 2016, and formally received the party’s nomination on May 29, 2016, at
the Libertarian Convention. Johnson, a business
owner who advocates a “fiscal- ly-conservative,
eral” approach to government, served two terms as the Republican governor of New Mexico from 1995 to 2003. In his first campaign for governor, he defeated
incumbent Bruce King by 10 points. As governor, Johnson focused on cutting taxes and spending and reducing the size of government in the state. He
'UNUSUAL' SUSPECTS PAGE 4 This Edition’s Highlights
Health Editorial Your Opinion Matters Hampton Roads Upcoming Events Scholarship Watch
Diabetes Association issues new recommendations Taking control of our vote
Discriminatory practices of Facebook Free Election Day rides to polls for Seniors Free Youth Steel Drum Classes Doodle 4 Google Art Competition
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The Federal Trade Commission, the nation's consumer protection agency, wants you to know that some companies use free
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Free Trials Can Cost You Avoid the hidden costs in some free trial
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Command Sergeant Major and leads the 207th Regional Support Group, headquartered at Fort Jackson, South Carolina. Yes, almost 40 years later Earl is still serving his country. When asked about retirement from the military, Earl indicates he has considered it every year for the last 15 years.
Question: After almost 40 years of military service what drives you to keep
Retired IBM executive, Army soldier and owner of JaNay's Cleaners, Earl Lee. going?
Earl joined the United States Army in 1977 and completed Basic Training at Fort Bliss, Texas.
Today he holds the rank of
Answer: This may sound selfish but I’m having fun. Having fun is a major ingredient to being successful. But equally as important is the opportunity to teach, coach and mentor future warriors. For example, I lead approximately 1700 soldiers. During September, I invited our junior NCOs (leaders) to Fort Jackson for a four-day Leader Development Exercise focused on providing them the fundamental skills required to address many challenges we have in our formation. Watching these young warriors ask questions and seek knowledge excited me. I got rejuvenated during those four days as well.
Question: You have a Bachelor of Science ARMY STRONG PAGE 10
Can 'Free Trial' offers cost more than you expected?
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