Derwin Montgomery becomes state representative

Derwin Montgomery becomes  state representative
November 08
01:00 2018

On Monday, Nov. 5, the Winston-Salem City Council bid farewell to Derwin Montgomery as he stepped down as East Ward City Council member and was sworn in as the representative for the 72nd District in the N.C. General Assembly.

When he won his City Council seat in 2009 at 21 years-old, he became the youngest elected official in North Carolina.

He’s also director of the Bethesda Center for The Homeless, pastor of  First Calvary Baptist Church in Winston-Salem and co-owner of The Chronicle.

He will be replaced on the City Council by Annette Scippio, who will be sworn in on Nov. 26.

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