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Livingstone’s second West End Classic a success

SALISBURY – On Sept. 19, there was a lot of good going on at Livingstone College. An Open House was held for high school students, and the institution hosted the Second Annual West End Classic.

The West End Classic is a football contest so named because it represents a collaboration between Livingstone, the city of Salisbury and members of West End Pride and West End Community Organization. Livingstone played Central International University in this year’s event and thrashed the Cardinals 40-0 inside Alumni Memorial Stadium. Salisbury City Manager Lane Bailey and City Councilwoman Karen Alexander watched the game as guests of Livingstone President Dr. Jimmy R. Jenkins, Sr.

Although the football game kicked off at 1 p.m., the day got started at 10 with a West End Classic parade, which was led by Jenkins and his wife, Dr. Faleese Moore Jenkins.

Livingstone’s marching band, led by Director Anthony Jones, and the school’s cheerleaders also participated. So did members of West End Pride and West End Community Organization, members of J.C. Price Post #107, led by Commander Mae Carroll, the Night Crawlers, Outreach Christian Ministries and The Corvette Club.
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