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The shore line / volume (None) 1979-current, August 01, 1980, Image 1

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^ StiORE Lftrf Published by The Town of Pine Knoll Shores In The Interests Of Its Citizens Post Office Box 757, Atlantic Beach, N. C. 28512 Volume One — Number 12 G« W. Eastland - Editor August, 19$0 Lenora Roberson - Associate Editor KLRE DEPARTMENT STARTS Pine KioU Shores Volunteer Fire Department has initiated a new training program in order to update the_fire, fighting NEW TRAININGr PROGRAM skills of the members*' One of the reasons for stepping up this training program, said 0. K. Foster, fire chief, is because of the several innovations that have been introduced in fire fighting techniques and because of the modest recent turnover in personnel. The training sessions are held every Monday evening at the fire house and at various locations throughout the town where special problems may exist. The proguaat covers all aspects of fire fighting including vehicle maintenance, forcible entry, ladder manipulation, use of breathing apparatus, truck and pumper operation, hose and hose lays to hydrants, and radio operation. The initial sessions are conducted by Platoon Captains Joe Trembeczki and Howard Laws and lieutenants U.oyd Staton and John Eubanks. As each group is trained, they in turn will train other groups so that in due course every fireman will be adept at every operation. All members of the fire department will be required to complete the training in order to remain an active fireman. There are still openings for firemen, both men and women, in the department. Chief Foster said, and anyone interested should contact him at 726-8574 or any Pine Knoll Shores fireman. ANCIENT MARINERS WILL ROLL AGAIN Fine Knoll Shores intrepid bowlers, the Ancient Mariners, will take to the alleys again this Fall for another season, it was announced by Prank Johnson, president of the Ancient Mariners. The season will begin, he said, October 6, at the Cherry Point bowling alleys and will conclude on April 20, 1981. There will be 12 teams this year and an exciting season is again anticipated. Anyone interested in joining in this activity should get in touch with Ray Szpulski, secretary, at 726—9228. The group bowls every Monday afternoon at one o'clock, except certain holidays. TOWN OF PINE KNOLL SHORES Post Office Box 757 Atlantic Beach, N. C. 28512 Mr. & Wayne Cleveland Morehead Cd t 285*57 Bulk Rate U. S. POSTAGE PAID Permit No. 1 Atlantic Beach, N. C. 28512

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