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South Brunswick Islands Chamber
of Commerce co-directors Karen
Moshoures and Anne Marie Schettini
travelled to Raleigh this week to participate
in the Governor's Conference
on Travel and Tourism and the
Southern Sports and Outdoor Show.
Along with other chambers of commerce,
state officials, and managers
involved with travel and tourism in
the state, Schettini and Moshoures
participated in two days of seminars
The highlight of the conference was
a reception at the Governor's Manion
Monday night. Also in attendance
were members of the North Carolina
The co-directors staffed an exhibit
booth at the Southern Sports and Outdoors
Show, April 24-28 at the N.C.
State Fairgrounds in Raleigh. In addition
to representing the South
Brunswick Islands area in
photographs, they distributed
hrnrhiirps for mnnv r?homV.??
Elected By GOP
Brenda Rabon of Iceland was
elected secretary fo the 7th Congressional
District Republican Party
Saturday at the district convention in
Other officers elected include
William Shell of New Hanover Coun
ty, chairman; Marie Moore of
Cumberland County, vice-chairman;
and Elise Peacock of Columbus
The district includes Brunswick,
New Hanover, Columbus,
Cumberland and Robeson counties.
Susan Usher of Shallotte, news
editor of The Brunswick Beacon, was
first runner-up Saturday in the
Southeastern Division Speech ConBill
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A bill introduced last week by Rep.
David Redwine in the N.C. General
Assembly, H.B. 762, would require
iai in e^uipineiu manuiuciurers 10
repurchase inventory from dealers
when their contract ends.
"As all of you know, there are
serious problems within our farm
economy and hopefully this will be of
some help to one segment of our farm
economy," he wrote in his weekly
Also, H.B. 729, also introduced by
Redwinc, authorizes the legislative
Research Commission to study the
possibility of a saltwater fishing
The study commission wouid hold
hearings and examine the need for
saltwater fishing licenses. It would
report its findings and recommendations
to the 1987 General Assembly.
Redwine said House Speaker Iiston
Ramsey has assured him the twoyear
study will be conducted.
Several sports fishing organizations
have gone on record favoring
the licenses on condition that proceeds
are used to benefit the fishing
rssotircs sls is donf? *?ith
Free Bat With Purchase.
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test held Saturday by area j?e:
Toastmasters International clubs. 1
She represented the Brunswick ,j
Toastmasters Club of Southport in ^
the competition held at the Heart of .
Cynthia Joos of Jacksonville won
the contest and will compete in the t
District 37 (state) contest to be held "
May 11 in Raleigh. Second runner-up
was Thomas Durkin of Wilmington. ]
Toastmasters is a non-profit educa- jjh
tional group composed of people in- pa
terested in improving their com- j f
munication skills. p0
Work Exhibited cir
Works by Doug Hilburn of Yaupon
Beach are on view in East Carolina g
University's Gray Gallery.
They are part of a 200-piece exhibition
featuring the work of selected mj
undergraduates in the ECU School of
Ball Wins Contest
Scott Ball, 16, a student at South
Brunswick High School, won first
place in the state high school driver's
education competition in Asheville
Ball, of Boiling Spring lakes, edged
out 17 other students to win a $400
prize, a trophy and a free trip to
Atlanta on May 10-11 to compete in
the Southeast Regional competition.
Wins Scholarship .j
West Brunswick High School senior
Keith L. Stanley has been awarded a '
scholarship from the N.C. State |fl
University Pulp and Paper Foundation
to study in the university's pulp ?
and paper curriculum during the I
1985-86 school year. B
Stanley is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Danny Stanley of Route 3, Shallotte.
The awards, presented to 18 incom- |
ing freshmen and 54 upperclassmen, S
range in value from $800 to $2,650. B
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Iledwine said his Committee on Hi
Children and Youth gave a favorable (ii
report to proposed day care legisla- p
tion from the Senate last week, sen- A
ding it to the floor of the House for a s<
vote. Redwine said he predicts st
passage of the bill, which must be al
referred to the Committee on Ap- ci
"This is the Year of the Child," he in
said, "and I believe this General
Assembly will be passing landmark
legislation involving the children and
youth of our state."
Redwine also cosponsored H.B
740, which would permit a member of a
the Teachers and State Employees
Retirement System to retire with full ,
benefits after completing 28 years of at
service with the system. D<
This bill would carry an appropria- p i
tion of $8.9 million in 1985-86 and $9.4
million in 1986-87. 1
Redwine said he wants to know P?
how his constituents feel about these |'r
and other bills. He can be reached in "
Raleigh by calling 733-5749, or by
writing him at Room 2219, State
legislative Building, Raleigh, NC G<
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7 30 SOOlATt jO 1700
iembers of the Shallotte Army
tional Guard will be among the
re than 13,000 to participate this
ekend, May 3-5, at the Hickory
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"he National Guard's 1st Bation,
120th Division headquartered
Wilmington is comprised of 786
tradition will reign during Bolivia
:mentary School's annual May
ir Saturday, May 4, from 9 a.m. to
>. m., with the winding of a May
le, crowning of a May Queen, danig
Phe annual rites of spring open
th the presentation of colors by the
nth Brunswick High School Army
OTC Drill Team and the crowning
the queen, public relations chairin
Mary Walls said. After a pro2T
jbert Kohlnson, a senior at Wes!
unswlek High in Shallottc, was
-st runner-up In the Slate VICA
/ocattonal Industrial Clubs ol
merlca) welding contest April 19
vcnteen students from across the
ate competed In the contest, held
Carolina Power & Ught Co.'s
aft training center at the Harris
nt-rf!y and Environmental Center
ong Fest Planned
tt Winnabow VFD
\ community song fcst will lie held
the Winnabow Volunteer Eire
partment Sunday, May 19, at 3
l.ocal groups are c-ncouraged to
rticipate, said Frances f'otter,
esident of the ladies' auxiliary. A
;e will offering will tie collected for
The fire station is located or
jvernor's Road off U.S. 17 at Winibow.
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men and women from ten locations
including Shallotte. The exercise is
designed to test the Guard's ability to
respond to a federal call-up as well as
to evaluate Fort Bragg's readiness to
receive a massive influx of troops.
' 'Our ability to react to a simulated
federal mobilization will not only be
graded," said Maj. James T. Carper,
commander of the 1st Bat., 120th
sic, May Pole
gram of music featuring students in
all grades, a variety of games and
booths will offer entertainment for
all members ,.f the family. Proceeds
of the fair, a fundraising project of
the school Parent-Teachers Association,
will benefit the school.
During the musical program, called
"Cool It Down In May," each
grade will entertain the queen, with
selected third graders winding the
May pole in red and white streamers.
A number of Brunswick County
high school students will explore occupational
opportunities first hand
on May 14 through a program sponsored
jointly by the Brunswick County
I ions Clubs and Brunswick County
! 4-H program.
Business men and women and
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those who hove been told
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Division, "but this will be of im
mense importance to helping u
unnrade our resnnnso nrnroHnroc fr?
state emergencies such as the toi
nadoes and hurricane of 1984."
Shallotte troops will leave the ai
mory on May 3. after receiving
simulated presidential order, travi
to Fort Bragg for processing, canout
exercise related training and ri
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Kindergarteners will perform
rhythm skit to "Everybody Ht
Music Inside," followed by fir:
graders dancing to "Shake Yoi
Tailfeathers." Second graders wi
perform a parachute routine I
"Thank God I'm A Country Boy
while third grade students will danc
to "Hooked On A Can Can."
Fourth graders will do th
"Charleston Hustle" and the fift
grade class will do in
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governincnt employees througho
the county who agree to pnrtieipo
will be matched with one or moi
students for the day, indicated Bil
Privctte, 4-H extension agent.
Prom 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. that di
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students how their business or age
cy is run, what their job entails, a
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pmont to dotormine if his loss is <
nothing could bo dono for thorn si
nany a hearing aid will holp. The f
co Center located in Shallotto at tl
nts for tosts on other dotes or for I
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yv >2 Friday, May
9 a.m. to 1 p.i
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Next To The Post Offii
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h main at the base for annual training
s May 6-18.
r Guard personnel are required to at -
tend a minimum of one 16-hour training
period per month and 15 days per
> year of annual training on active dua
ty status, usually at a military base
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y the Shallotte armory will train with
NATO forces in Italy.
ivia May Fair
is White elephant, sweet shop, crafts
st and country store booths will offer
ir items for sale, many homemade.
11 Games for the youngsters include
to beanbag toss, darts, ring toss, fishing
" and a cake walk. Bingo will be played
ie continuously. A moon walk and pony
rides also are planned, Ms. Walls
ie said. A troupe of clowns will sell
th balloons and paint children's faces
- for a small fee.
ut vancement opportunities and educate
tional requirements for the job.
re High school guidance counselors
ly will match students with their mentors
for Youth In Government and
ly Business Day.
n- More information on the program
d- is available from Prlvettc at 253-4425.
)TEL, HWY. 17
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which moy bo holpod. Even
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roo hearing tost will bo givon at
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