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2018 Pine Knoll Shores Fishing Tournament
A stiff southwest wind and the distraction of continuing cleanup from Hurricane Florence on the day of the fishing tournament resulted
In a smaller turnout that expected, but those who came out for the weigh-ln at McNeill Park enjoyed a good time. Congratulations to the
winners, and thanks to Bill Steenland for organizing this event.—P/7otos by Bill Flexman
Art Chleborowicz, left, and Art Southard with competing flounder Allen McMillen with his winning 1 lb., 11 oz. gray trout,
catches. Mr. Southard’s fish weighed in just one ounce heavier at 2 lbs.,
6 oz. to win the category, and Mr. Chleborowicz took the blue fish trophy
with his 14 oz. catch.
Ten-year-old Sailor Koltun with his winning spot catch.
2018 Halloween in Pine Knoll Shores
Families gathered at Brock Basin for the traditional Halloween pot luck before heading out to the neighborhood for some trick or treating.
The real treat was seeing the fun return to our town as we continued to clean up from Hurricane Florence.—Photos by Alicia Durham, Sheila
Bupp, Sloan Freeman, Madeline Furtner, Shari Grant, Clay Jackson, Sarah Plummer, Renee Marsh Rogers and Cheryl B. Smith
The Shoreline I December 2018