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Face Behind the Badge
The Pine Knoll Shores
Police Department hosted
its first ever “Meet the
Face Behind the Badge”
on January 28 at The
Inn at Pine Knoll Shores
(formerly the Clam
Digger Inn). Officers met
dozens of residents while
enjoying breakfast and
conversation. The goal of
this event was to promote
between officers and
residents and to discuss
how to make Pine Kno
Shores even better than
it already is for residents
and visitors. One of
the smallest attendees,
Carrsin Furtner, son of
town residents Madeline
and Kevin Furtner, is
pictured here with a sign
he made to show his support for our officers. The Pine
Knoll Shores Police Department appreciates Carrsin and
all of our supportive residents. Another event is in the
works for the summer that will be especially kid friendly.
Details will come shortly.
—Photos courtesy of Officer Nancy Montanino
Volunteers are needed to help hide
the eggs at 8 a.m. on Saturday, April 15.
Saturday, April 15
Gamer Park @ 10 a.m.
Kids 12 and under
This year the annual Easter Egg Hunt for children 12 and
under will be held at 10 a.m. on Saturday, April 15, at Gamer
Park on Oakleaf Drive in Pine Knoll Shores. We are excited and
ready to hide over 2,500 plastic Easter eggs filled with bite-size
candy. This year there will be a bumper crop of eggs, as well
as separate sections for four age groups. The Easter Bunny has
promised to arrive in style on our Pine Knoll Shores fire tmck,
and we expect there will be a great community turnout. Cookies
and lemonade will also be available. If anyone would like to
contribute individually wrapped candies for the event, please
drop off your donation at town hall.
March 2017 I The Shoreline