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Hurricane Awareness Meeting
Wednesday, June 12, 1996
Pine Knoll Shores Aquarium
Do you know where you will go
when you are informed to leave PKS in
the event of a hurricane??? Do you
know how you will be informed when it
is time to leave??? Do you know what to
have in your home so you can live in it,
without running water or electricity,
when you return???
Some of the questions and many
others will be answered at our annual
Hurricane Awareness Meeting which will
be held at the North Carolina Aquarium
in Pine Knoll Shores at 7:30 pm on
Wednesday June 12. It is important for
the safety of your family that you know
how to react when you are asked to leave
Bogue Banks island when a hurricane or
other storm is expected to hit. "Be
Come with your questions and we will
do our best to provide you with the
PINE KNOLL SHORES EMS SQUAD #65
The Squad's monthly meeting was May 7th,
1996 at Town Hall.
Commissioner Emily White gave each
member a paper, "Responsibilities of
Emergency Management Volunteers", listing
duties of volunteers in case of a hurricane.
A picture of the squad will be in the local
paper with the news release announcing the
grant received for our newest ambulance.
We have new patches for our uniforms
similar to those worn by the police and fire
departments. We will wear them with pride.
Members that helped with the "Mile of
Hope" were thanked for donating their time.
They were, Lois and Bill Strube, Charlie and
Patti Swetz, Marian Walker, Lois Heffelfinger,
Teddy Wimberley and Wade Lamson.
Elections for the 1996/1997 Officers were
held. The results were: Chief-Teddy
Wimberley, Asst. Chief-Marion Walker,
Secretary-Patti Swetz, Treasurer-Lois
Plans for EMS week were discussed. The
squad will have the ambulances for viewing,
taking blood pressures, and giving out
balloons and other informative information.
DATE: MAY 25TH
PLACE: BROCK BASIN
Please plan to come to this event. Meet the
squad members and show your appreciation
for their dedication of service in Pine Knoll
The Squad answered 21 calls in April.
17 EMS and 4 Fire calls.
Have a Happy and Safe Memorial Day!
Call 911-We'll be there!!! Teddy Wimberley
PINE KNOLL SHORES WOMEN'S CLUB
The Pine Knoll Shores Women's Club will
close the 1995-96 season with an annual
meeting and luncheon Friday, June 7, at the
Dunes Club in Atlantic Beach. Wine will be
served at 11:30 a.m., with a chicken salad
luncheon to follow at noon.
The afternoon will be highlighted by
installation of new officers and a musical
program of show tunes and light opera
presented by pianist Marge Sellers of Pine
Knoll Shores and Soprano Laura Reinhardt
Steele. Ms. Steele is the daughter of incoming
president Joan Lamson.
In addition to Mrs. Lamson, new officers to
be installed are Nancy Forster, vice-president;
Barbara Flynt, secretary, and Betty Herrmann,
The cost of the luncheon, including wine,
muffins and dessert, is $12, payable in
advance. For reservations, call Barbara Flynt
or Bobbie Riggs. This event is open to
Ruth Pearson, Publicity