DreamVille Express Track & Field Club of Fayetteville, NC

DreamVille Express TFC of Fayetteville, NC, was established February 2020 by former ProCalesio Newman

Operating as usual

Photos from Tiffany Quenthemarine Newman's post 11/14/2022

Photos from Tiffany Quenthemarine Newman's post


Good morning Indoor training will begin September 12, 2022 hope everyone enjoyed their break! For details or new inquiries contact us!

Photos from DreamVille Express Track & Field Club of Fayetteville, NC's post 08/06/2022

What a season you all had it was a blast! Congratulations to the following athletes to making to Junior Olympics and giving your all! We are extremely proud of your success! Rest up because we will be back in action for Fall training in 8 weeks!!!



🚨Junior Olympics Qualified 🚨
About yesterday! I Told this young lady you earlier in the season you will jump 18 this year! she said : Huh?😳 Coach that’s pretty far! I said if you do what I ask it’s yours! She said okay coach let’s go to work! Her parents looked at me like ok coach 🤷🏾‍♂️

This was personal for her! Ladies and gentlemen your AAU 14 year old Regional Long Jump Champ Ms. Bella Ross! For my metric folks that’s 5.57 meters 🔥🔥🔥

Yes she is only 14 rising 9th grader

I give all honor and glory and praise to the Most High God Yahawa I do so in the name of his only begotten son Yahawashii!!!

DreamVille Express Track & Field Club of Fayetteville, NC

Photos from Calesio Newman's post 06/27/2022


Photos from Calesio Newman's post 06/27/2022


Photos from Calesio Newman's post 06/27/2022


Photos from Calesio Newman's post 06/27/2022

Photos from Calesio Newman's post



🚨Junior Olympics Qualified🚨
Xavier just loves to compete he is so humble and hungry to learn more to get better! Welp let’s keep hurdling because you qualified!!

Gavin Flores I met this kid last year as a freshman In high school and let’s say he had the it factor I could see It! So the more we work the more It showed! You and It is going to JO’s lol

All praise to the Most High God Yahawa and his son Yahawashii

DreamVille Express Track & Field Club of Fayetteville, NC



🚨Junior Olympics Qualified🚨
Ladies and gentlemen your 15-16 boys long jump bronze medalist have arrived! Cavier came to me to learn hurdles but he noticed I could coach jumps so I gave him my advice and here we are!! Congratulations X’Man

All Praises to the Most High God Yahawa and his son Yahawashii
DreamVille Express Track & Field Club of Fayetteville, NC


🚨We will be rebranding! Our team wants to breakthrough in a more represented way. Stand By as we are currently 🚨


Good morning! Far too often we take our health for granted due to cognitive dissonance! (Monkey see Monkey Do)! I encourage people to research what you’re eating find/get with a health care provider or nutritional coach! As disturbing as this picture is (This Could Be You) I encourage friends and family to start making some changes! It starts with the kitchen and your family first!!!


SATURDAY - SEPTEMBER 5th! TRAIN WITH A PRO! Tag a friend! Don’t forget to RSVP for that spot!

Juneteenth World Wide Celebration 06/06/2020

Juneteenth World Wide Celebration


✊🏾Juneteenth is the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States. Dating back to 1865, it was on June 19th that the Union soldiers, led by Major General Gordon Granger, landed at Galveston, Texas with news that the war had ended and that the enslaved were now free. Note that this was two and a half years after President Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation - which had become official January 1, 1863. The Emancipation Proclamation had little impact on the Texans due to the minimal number of Union troops to enforce the new Executive Order. However, with the surrender of General Lee in April of 1865, and the arrival of General Granger’s regiment, the forces were finally strong enough to influence and overcome the resistance.

✊🏾Later attempts to explain this two and a half year delay in the receipt of this important news have yielded several versions that have been handed down through the years. Often told is the story of a messenger who was murdered on his way to Texas with the news of freedom. Another, is that the news was deliberately withheld by the enslavers to maintain the labor force on the plantations. And still another, is that federal troops actually waited for the slave owners to reap the benefits of one last cotton harvest before going to Texas to enforce the Emancipation Proclamation. All of which, or neither of these version could be true. Certainly, for some, President Lincoln's authority over the rebellious states was in question For whatever the reasons, conditions in Texas remained status quo well beyond what was statutory.

🔥General Order Number 3

One of General Granger’s first orders of business was to read to the people of Texas, General Order Number 3 which began most significantly with:

✊🏾"The people of Texas are informed that in accordance with a Proclamation from the Executive of the United States, all slaves are free. This involves an absolute equality of rights and rights of property between former masters and slaves, and the connection heretofore existing between them becomes that between employer and hired laborer."

✊🏾The reactions to this profound news ranged from pure shock to immediate jubilation. While many lingered to learn of this new employer to employee relationship, many left before these offers were completely off the lips of their former 'masters' - attesting to the varying conditions on the plantations and the realization of freedom. Even with nowhere to go, many felt that leaving the plantation would be their first grasp of freedom. North was a logical destination and for many it represented true freedom, while the desire to reach family members in neighboring states drove the some into Louisiana, Arkansas and Oklahoma. Settling into these new areas as free men and women brought on new realities and the challenges of establishing a heretofore non-existent status for black people in America. Recounting the memories of that great day in June of 1865 and its festivities would serve as motivation as well as a release from the growing pressures encountered in their new territory. The celebration of June 19th was coined "Juneteenth" and grew with more participation from descendants. The Juneteenth celebration was a time for reassuring each other, for praying and for gathering remaining family members. Juneteenth continued to be highly revered in Texas decades later, with many former slaves and descendants making an annual pilgrimage back to Galveston on this date.

💚Juneteenth Festivities and Food

❤️A range of activities were provided to entertain the masses, many of which continue in tradition today. Rodeos, fishing, barbecuing and baseball are just a few of the typical Juneteenth activities you may witness today. Juneteenth almost always focused on education and self improvement. Thus, often guest speakers are brought in and the elders are called upon to recount the events of the past. Prayer services were also a major part of these celebrations.

🖤Certain foods became popular and subsequently synonymous with Juneteenth celebrations such as strawberry soda-pop. More traditional and just as popular was the barbecuing, through which Juneteenth participants could share in the spirit and aromas that their ancestors - the newly emancipated African Americans, would have experienced during their ceremonies. Hence, the barbecue pit is often established as the center of attention at Juneteenth celebrations.

✊🏾Food was abundant because everyone prepared a special dish. Meats such as lamb, pork and beef which not available everyday were brought on this special occasion. A true Juneteenth celebrations left visitors well satisfied and with enough conversation to last until the next.

✊🏾Dress was also an important element in early Juneteenth customs and is often still taken seriously, particularly by the direct descendants who can make the connection to this tradition's roots. During slavery there were laws on the books in many areas that prohibited or limited the dressing of the enslaved. During the initial days of the emancipation celebrations, there are accounts of former slaves tossing their ragged garments into the creeks and rivers to adorn clothing taken from the plantations belonging to their former 'masters'.

Juneteenth World Wide Celebration From its Galveston, Texas origin in 1865, the observance of June 19th as the African American Emancipation Day has spread across the United States and beyond.

Photos from Calesio Newman's post 05/06/2020

Photos from Calesio Newman's post

Photos from Calesio Newman's post 03/22/2020

Photos from Calesio Newman's post

Timeline photos 03/18/2020

🚨🚨🚨🚨🚨Happy Birthday to Zaire the athlete!!!

We want to send a special Happy Birthday Shout out to our Client !! Enjoy your day!


Good morning. If you are available today from 10-2. NACA is a homebuying program that will be held at dss today. You can register. It does not go according to credit score. It is an awesome program for future homeowners. FYI


Great first day of Practice see you all Monday 6:30 @ Reid Ross be ready to work!!





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