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The shore line / volume (None) 1979-current, April 01, 2005, Image 14

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Page 14 The Shoreline April 2005 VroperUes of VitHncHon Sales & Rentals Pine Knoll Shores Jm The Heart of Beacon t Xeaeh Across from the Ramada Inn 252-247-7347 ssi@clis.com 1-800-624-8978 www.sunny-sliores.com “BURDEN FREE LIVING” No need to move out of your home! If you find yourself or your loved ones relying on friends or family for help at home... Let us help you live burden and guilt free in your own home by managing your needs to stay at home... Help-At-Home Member of “The Seniors Choice*” Let US help you with... Medication Reminder Grocery Shopping Light Housekeeping Personalized Senice Errands Laundry Meats 24 Hr Care Transportation Family Relief Companionship Bonded & Insured Because your home is more than just a shelter, ifs a haven Local: 252-672-9300 www.helpathomeseniorcare.com Toll Free: 866-672-3100 OCEANANA FISHING PIER The Friendliest Pier on thie Coast! Day Pass *6°° Season Pass *100 (Limited Time Only) Regular Price *150°o Lowest Price on the Coast! • Breakfast and Lunch Grill • Arcade • Public Beach • Bait, Tackle, Rentals Come on over and bring a friend! E. Fort Macon Rd., Atlantic Beach, NC 726-0863 Old - Fashioned Home Cookin' If you like El's, Andy's 4 Sonic - You'fl love the Oceanana Grill on the Oceanfront Breakfast & Lunch 6 am - Late Afternoon 700 E. Fort Macon Rd. ■ Atlantic Beach, NC www.oceanana.com 726-0863 Farmers Market Plans Food Tasting Programs New Bern Farmers Market announces two new programs for the 2005 season. The first is a “Guest Chef’ program. The first Saturday of each month will feature a different chef from a local restaurant. The “Guest Chef” will prepare unique food dishes using fresh produce from the market. The chef will offer a taste as well as recipe cards with each dish. The second new program is “Seasonal Tastings”. One Saturday of each month a fresh fruit or vegetable from the market will be featured for tasting in a nutritious, healthy recipe. These tastings will be created by Diane Zepaltas, wellness dietitian with Craven County Health Department, and Ivy Reid, family and consumer sciences agent with Craven County Cooperative Extension. The first “Tasting” will be Saturday, April 23 and recipe cards will be available. You can check out future “Guest Chefs” and “Tastings” at www.newbemfarmersmarket.com. The April Flower Show The Annual Flower Show presented by The New Bern Garden Club, The River Bend Garden Club and The Trent Woods Garden Club, “Let’s Celebrate the Arts” will be held at The Bank of the Arts on Friday, April 29 from 2:00 p.m..-5:00 p.m. and Saturday, April 30 from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00p.m. at 317 Middle Street, New Bern. The show is opened free to the public and is the first time it will be held at the Bank of the Arts and in the Spring! There will be over 36 floral designs, many by award winning designers, and 36 different classes of horticulture entries. Anyone can enter! Come see our beautiful Spring flowers and plants! Any questions or for entry forms, call Paula Hartman, Flower Show Chairman at 636-0101 Quahty Equipment Superior Patient Care Ambulatory Aids • Respiratory Aids Oxygen Equipment • Recovery Aids 1202 S. Glenbumie Rd. • New Bern, NC 252-672-9301 866-672-3101 Providing a level of service that exceeds expectations Seamless Gutters Eastern Insulation Company, Inc. P.O. Box 3217 New Bern, NC 28564 FREE ESTIMATES 252-638-8158 Toll Free 800-682-3052 A MASCO Company Residential Commercial Aluminum Copper Leaf Protection Colors Splash Blocks Custom Fabrication

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