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Millie Herbst repeated for the ladies 450+ club with a 472 and an excellent 528.
Let's start off the new year with a rip roaring January and add many new names to
our record books.
FROM THE P.K.S. VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT AUXILIARY
In mid February we plan to have our yearly "Appreciation Dinner" for the members of
the Department. As we've done before, we will extend invitations to police, rescue squad,
town officials and town office personnel and their guests. This has always been a fun
evening and our way of showing our sincere appreciation to these dedicated people whom
we cannot do without.
The Auxiliary members prepare the food, serve and see to all the necessities for the
Some years we've had as many as 100 guests, so you can realize the expense involved.
We try not to be "nags" about asking for donations, but if you can help, would you please
send your donation to our treasurer, Millie Herbst, 106 Sycamore Drive, Pine Knoll Shores,
N. C. 28557.
We sincerely thank you in advance.
CATHY HASULAK, President
There are still some fire extinguishers on hand at a cost of $8.00 each. Vern Wallace
and I have them, so give us a call at either 247-4338 or 247-6491 respectively.
BOGUE BANKS LIBRARY NEWS
Kick-off the new year with books and thus redeem the time! If the winter winds are
getting you down, READ for a smile. Enjoy such books as Roll Up the Wallpaper, We're
Moving by William Anderson, Time Flies by Bill Cosby, The Cat Who Came For Christmas by
Cleveland Amory, and Family—The Ties That Bind—and Gag! by Erma Bombeck. Among the
more recent ones you will find Funny, You Don't Look Like a Grandmother by Lois Wyse,
Chili Dawgs Always Bark at Night by Lewis Grizzard, and two books by Robert Fulgham,
All I Really Need to Know I Learned In Kindergarten and It Was On Fire When I Lay Down
New books that have been ordered through the McNaughton leasing system are Straight
by Dick Francis and S\‘ian Lake by Mark Helprin. Two new travel guides ordered are Fodors'
Europe for 1990 and Fodors' South America 1990.
Story time programs every Wednesday morning at 10:00 o'clock for the children continue
throughout the \irinter.
FROM THE AQUARIUM
BEHIND-THE-GLASS - On selected days at 10:00 a.m. [Thursday, Saturday] an aquarium
inhabitant is brought to your attention behind-the-glass. Following this informal program
the particular animal will be fed.
BOGUE BANKS LIBRARY STORYTIME - Wednesdays at 10:00 a.m. the Aquarium co-sponsors
a storytime in the auditorium. Interested parents and children can contact the library
for more information at  247-4660.
BEHIND THE SCENES TOUR - A "look" behind the tanks will take place January 15 at
11:00 a.m. This behind the scenes tour will focus on collection, display and maintenance
of Aquarium animals. Pre-registration required.
A variety of programs and activities are available for interested Aquarium Visitors
to enjoy. Films, field trips and workshops occur throughout the fall of 1989. For more
information, please see the calendar of events.