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lESi Ron stabile, recently discharged from the United States
Marine Corps, at Cherry Point, with an outstanding record
N2!! M leaders^p and accomplishment, has joined Pine Knoll
, Shores Police Department, replacing Reginald Lewis> who
resigned to move to Florida. Ron served with the’ Marines at Parris Island,
Okinawa and Cherry Point, and was discharged January 4, 1980 with the rank of
sergeant. He is 25 years old and was bom in Brooklyn, New York. He
attended Bay ShoreSchool, graduating in 1974. He later attended coUege
^ New York ^d North Carolina, joining the Marine Corps January 5, 1976.
2!?^? military service he was awarded meritorious promotion, first to
tovate Class, and later to Lance Corporal. He received the Good Conduct
Me^l in 1^9 and was made sergeant the same year. He also has qualified as
rifle e^ert and pistol expert. In his general aptitude test battery
examination, he scored in the top group.
Bon was marrxed to the former Eileen Rogers seven months aso. She is
presently oon^let^ her baccalaureate for an H.N. in Itosing at the CoUege
® graduation in May. She
hopes to join the staff at Carteret General Hospital at that time. She is
^icularly pleased that Ron has joined the PKS Police Department, since a
lir^lo^ Mbxtion has been to be a poUce officer. They are planning to
reside in Pine IfeoU Shores. w
We will miss Regie and wish him aU the best in his new endeavors.
(MRIEH PIAMS The PKS Garden Club will sponsor an all day bus trip to
dPPTMT TOTD KenmsviUe, about 75 miles west of Morehead City, in
brRiNG TRIP Duplin County, on Wednesday, April 9*
^ TT , Itoi^ the morning the group will visit' the Springs and
tour liberty H^l, a^autifully restored mansion built by the wealthy Kenan
family^^ the late 1700 s. Iimch is proposed for the Country Squire and the
completed with a visit to the smoke house and gardens of the
j Knoll Shores, whether members of the Garden Club or not.
^d husbands are invited to sign up for the tour. Cost of the entire tour,
^eluding limch, will be under $14* Those interested may call Marian
Archibald at 726-5555, or Penny McAnaw, at 726-5971.
MSW DiaVERS After completing a training course of some 36
pnp Ai^rTAMm? ^ December seven Pine Knoll -Shores men
S women have been certified as drivers of the Rescue
. . ^ Squad ambulance and have been assigned positions,
^vers ^clude Jack and Virg^a Greata, Bill Sbrocco, Tony Palumbo.
Aubry Johnson, Bill Ford md *'Hoot*' Gibson. These people are a welcome addition
to the Res^e Squad and will give a break to the original, and older, drivers
and communications people. »
Several new EMT*s will be graduated from their course of training in
Febri^ and will then go on duty, Ken Doremus, director of the Squad, announced.
^ the same tajne, he issued an urgent call for other volunteers to take the
EMT course. A new program will start at Cape Carteret on January 21 and will