North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Chronam.
for the birds
See page 18
Vol. 8, No.l
A Shoreline Community, Pine Knoll Shores, N.C.
/// y /-V /.//
1 / ■/' /'Y
' 'y y / / / ' :
/ / / / / j ■
/./ / / / /
■ / / y / ^ .
,/ ./ / / / / . ■
Pictured: front row (left to right) Cliris Baile-pro, Mariana Goldstein, Barb Casey, Mary Cruz, Mary Claire Donohue-Asst. pro; back row: Janet
Furman, Sue Dunlap, Cynthia Barber-captain, Teresa King; not pictured: Sandy Carlson, Jan Swanson, and Ruth Ann Edwards.
Sunsetters Tennis Team Finishes Second
By Mariana Goldstein
Our senior ladies’ 3.5 Country Club of the Crystal Coast (CCCC) tennis team finished first in league play this spring, thanks
to team efforts including sportsmanship and hard work in season-long practice and team drills. Many thanks to Captain Cyn
thia Barber, pros Chris Baile and Mary Claire Donahue, and devoted cheerleaders.
The Sunsetters traveled the first of June to a smoldering Asheville to compete in state competition. The tenacious team en
dured four doubles matches in three days against teams from all over North Carolina. Seven Sunsetters went undefeated in their
bracket against the top teams from Greenville, Boone, Greensboro and Charlotte. Two of these four victories resulted in a “clean
(Continued on page 3)
the focal VFW
By Tom Powers
With national and international
charities everywhere, its nice to find a
local cause to support. Our town has
done an excellent job in supporting the
Kayak for the Warriors events, provid
ing funds for our wounded warriors,
and recently, I have learned about an
other local organization that is sending
“care packages” to our military who are
in a war zone.
Under the guidance of Vietnam
Special Forces veteran Sam Sanford
and with the support of the local VFW,
WE CARE! puts together packages
of goodies for our troops. The pack
ages are not sent to large military
bases but to commissioned officers or
master sergeants at remote outposts
in Iraq and Afghanistan for distribu
tion. Forty some years ago, Sam was
in one of those remote outposts, so he
(Continued on page 3)
Rne Knoll Shores Radio Station broadcasts 24 hours a day
^ with weather and emergency info.
EMERGENCY- CALL 911
ECC 726-1911 • PUBUC SAFETY 247-2474
Atlantic Be^h, NC 28512