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Science Fair Monday included, fri
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Science, developmental dance,
gymnastics and creative writing
displays are all a part of the ac
tivities planned this weekend at the
Brunswick County Schools' Curriculum
The two-day fair will be held in the
public assembly building at the
government complex in Bolivia from
3 a.m. to 3 p.m. or. Saturday, and
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I^ast year's county spelling bee
champion, Joseph Southern, will
fight to retain his crown at the countywide
spelling bee April 18.
Southern was one of 17 finalists who
won local grade-level competition
The county competition will be held
at the public assembly building at the
J* government complex in Bolivia.
Brunswick County's winner will
automatically Qualify for the national
Spelling Bee in Washington,
D.C., during the week of June 3-7.
I^ast week's competition narrowed
(the field of contestants to 17 from the
166 who were chosen as classroom
I winnprs last month. More than 2,700
M students from grades 6-8 participated
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Club and the State Port mot of
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representatives are Melody
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Other exhibits include vocational
education projects, computer programs
and demonstrations by school
bands. JROTC rifle teams and other
Assistant Superintendent Ed
Lemon said the fair was originally
scheduled as a countywide science
fair to display the winners in this
Chrisshaunda Gause, fifth-grade;
Amy Nichols, sixth-grade; Kelly
Baxley, seventh-grade and Crystal
From Iceland Middle School, winners
were Michael Burton, fifthgrade;
Jay Lynn Johnson, sixthgrade;
Teresa Shepard. seventh
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From South Brunswick Middle
Southern, sixth-grade; Tanya Crews,
seventh-grade and Tamala Joyner,
Representing Waccamaw Elementary
School are Valarie Stanley, fifthgrade;
Chris Runs, sixth-grade;
Christine Harrison, seventh-grade
and Phillip Gore, eighth-grade.
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Bolivia Elementary while Jessica
Ezzell will represent Southport
Primary in the county competition.
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the fair was extended to two days to
include other school activities.
Individual science fair projects
were displayed and judged at county
schools from three grade levels this
week: kindergarten through fifth
grade: grades 6-3; and grades 9-12.
The winning projects from each
school will be displayed together on a
countywide basis at the curriculum
From these projects, four county
winners will be chosen in the area of
science and three will be chosen in
the area of computer. Winning projects
for grades 6-8 and grades 9-12
will be entered in the Southeast
Regional Science, Mathematics and
Computer Fair for regional competition
at Kenansvillc Auditorium on
March 23 from 7:30 p.m. to 4 p.m.
Also highlighted at the curriculum
fair will be the Brunswick County
Elementary Honors Chorus which
will give a perfornumce Saturday
morning at 10:30 a.m. The chorus is
comprised of students chosen from
all eight elementary schools in
grades 3-6 in Brunswick County.
Representing Relindu Groves'
Bolivia Eiemeniary Sciiooi music
classes will be Cheri Champion.
Vicki Randolph, Kristie Yarborough,
Tina Reynolds, Ashley Sununerlin,
Michael Wescott, Jennifer Rivenbark
and Brian Mcljiln.
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Southport Elementary School music
classes, students selected are: Alison
Cumbee, Bonnie Lee, Heather
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Evans, Charles Drew and Kristie
From Union Primary, the following
students from Susan Reeves'
classes were chosen: Jennifer Smith,
Monekia Gause, Brett Bar bee, Tina
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Causey and Sally Sclnitte.
From South Brunswick Middle
School, the following students in
Mary Sljaka's classes were chosen:
April Gardner, Jacqueline Smith.
Michelle I-ewis, Heather I.owrey,
Kristi Cooper, Barbie Cox, Sherri
Moore and Shaunte Smith. Shallotte
Middle School students
chosen from Donna Mc I limb's music
classes were Kerri Barbee, April
Cumbee, Emily (lore, Tikila Morgan,
Chris Phelps. Jennifer Verccn and
From 1-eland Middle School, the
following, students were chosen from
music Instructor Hazel Gideon's
classes: Tracy Tart, I-ee Denver,
Brad Smith, Cutaia Jacobs, Tommy
('lurk, Kevin Willetts and Kayde
From Waccumaw F.lemcntary.
representing I a* Anne Smith's music
classes will be Marcus Daniels, Amy
Grissett, Matthew ltat>son, Christy
Hughes, Julio Hatison, 'Vara Inman,
James Price and Patrick Hughes.
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honors chorus will also perform
for Waccamaw Elementary to- i..
day (Thursday) at 1 p.m., for Union D tvx^vBBsl
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Shallottc Middle students on Friday I
at 1 p.m. ^
School Superintendent Gene Yar- HHHB
brough will open the curriculum fair
Saturduy ut 9 a.m. On the agenda for
demonstrations from Bolivia,
Southport, and Waccamaw Elementary
schools. South Bntnswick and
Shallottc Middle schools and ^<,
Brunswick Technical College.
A jazz ensemble from West ,
Brunswick will perform at 11 a.m.
by Shallotte Middle School Concert ^
Band. West Brunswick drama IK
students will also perform "A Quiet j A
at 1:30 p.m. Saturday. 4, \
On Sunday, Union Primary MHPit
students will perforin gymnastics *J|
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