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Janie Price comes to The Shoreline with a wealth of knowledge and experience,
not only in technical but in practical matters. For 28 years she worked at the office
of U.S. News & World Report in Washington,
DC, beginning as a typesetter and retiring as
Director of Editorial Technology. Janie still trav
els to Washington periodically as a consultant
for the magazine and to help produce annual
publications. Best Colleges and Best Graduate
Schools. Janie was attracted to The Shoreline not
only because of her passion for publishing but
her need for deadlines. Yes, she admitted that
she actually missed having deadlines.
Janie grew up in Johnston County, NC, where
she married her high school sweetheart, Jerry
Price. Immediately after high school graduation,
she joined Jerry in Providence, Rhode Island, where he was stationed with the Ma
rines. After a year in Providence, they relocated to northern Virginia where Jerry
was stationed at the Marine Corps base in Quantico. Janie commuted to her job
with an insurance agency in Washington. Her curiosity and drive took her to a lob
bying ftrni where she discovered she could “type like the wind” and produce pages
and pages of documents with no errors. After a few years with the lobbying firm,
she decided to pursue employment in publishing. Her typing speed and willingness
to work without pay until she mastered the principles of typesetting landed the job
with a small firm that produced magazines and books.
After his service in the Marines, Jerry went to George Mason University (GMU)
to study criminal justice. During that time, Janie learned that the U.S. News &
World Report needed a typesetter and a fast typist to work second shift. Many know
what happened next.
After graduating from GMU, Jerry joined the U.S. Secret Service, eventually
serving on the protective details for Presidents Reagan and Bush. In addition to
his normal presidential protective duties, he was a member of President Reagan’s
equestrian detail, joining the president on rides at Camp David and at his Califor
nia ranch. When he joined President Bushs detail, he also served as a boat handler
when the president was vacationing in Kennebunkport, Maine.
The Prices retired to Pine Knoll Shores in 2005 to the house on Holly Road that
they had purchased in 2002 and used as their vacation home. Like so many of us,
vacations in the area led to plans to retire here. The Prices are no less active in
retirement than they were during their professional careers. In addition to staying
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The Pink Luncheon 2014
By Rhonda Chused and Rhonda Scibal
Once again, the Dunes Club in Atlantic Beach will be adorned in pink on Friday,
October 24, to raise money for the UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center
in Chapel Hill. Thanks to so many of you, the Pink Luncheon was a huge success
last year. We hope you will support this worthwhile effort again this year.
UNC Lineberger is one of the leading cancer centers in the nation and has been
rated as exceptional, the highest category, by the National Cancer Institute. The
center brings together some of the most gifted physicians and scientists in the
country to research and improve the prevention, early detection and treatment of
Our keynote speaker this year will be Dr. Hyman Muss. Dr. Muss is currently
Professor of Medicine at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, and Di
rector of Geriatric Oncology at the Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center.
His major research interests are breast cancer, with emphasis on the treatment of
older women, issues related to treatment of all older cancer patients and providing
education in geriatrics to fellows in training. With his colleagues, Dr. Muss is trying
to define the role of molecular factors, as well as geriatric assessment, in optimiz
ing treatments for older patients with cancer. Earlier this year, the Kay Yow Cancer
Fund, in partnership with The V Foundation for Cancer Research, awarded Dr.
Muss a $1 million womens cancer research grant to evaluate the impact of physical
activity among breast cancer survivors.
Susan Collins, executive director of the Carteret General Hospital Foundation,
and Rodney Kemp, co-chairman of the capital campaign, will also be speaking
about the partnership in cancer care between Carteret General Hospital and the
UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center.
Lineberger enhances our community’s medical and radiation oncology services
at Carteret General by giving patients access to clinical trials and treatment plan
ning while being seen here, close to home, and streamhning the process for patients
who may seek second opinions at UNC Cancer Care.
Come join us for a wonderful lunch, fashion show, raffles and, of course, lots of
door prizes. If you would like information regarding a reservation for the luncheon
(tickets are $50) or information about making a donation or being a sponsor, please
contact us at any of the following: The Pink Luncheon, PO Box 579, Atlantic Beach,
NC 28512; firstname.lastname@example.org; 342-2558 (Rhonda Chused); or 422-4088
Come and join us. We can make a difference.
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