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Several groups of West Brunswick
High School students were recognized
bv the school's administration
during a Christmas assembly pro
gram held Dec. 18.
Principal David R. Corley said
students were recognized in three
categories: service to their peers,
service to the school and improved
Receiving "Super Citizen" awards
from Corley and Stanley for sen-ice
to fellow students were David Ward,
senior class president, who has worked
with the administration in forming
policies and class goals; Rhonda
Hobbs, attendance office assistant to
Ruth Johnson; Robert Bellamy, a
junior active in the youth council and
library club: and Diana Causey, a
senior active in student government,
library club and in the attendance office.
Corley also recognized students
who had rendered services to the
school. These students were senior
Gwen Inman, office assistant and
also involved in student activities
and sports; senior Lisa Hardy, office
assistant and member of FBI.A. the
choral group and other organizations;
senior Heather Smith, office
assistant, cheerleader and pom-pom
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squad member: senior Camellia Hill,
office assistant, student government
participant, basketball player and
National Honor Socieiy member,
and senior Lesley Gore, president of
me National Honor Nociety ana active
in many school programs.
These students maintain good
grade averages, are college-bound
and yet have time to be of service to
fellow students and their school, said
Recognized as having the most improved
behavior were Kent Bellamy,
Tanya Wooten. Scott Bryant. Roger
Vaught and Ray Ixiwery.
Corley said the awards would be
presented on a regular basis.
Also at the assembly, the
35-member West Brunswick High I
School Choir performed several holiday
selections under the direction of
I eAnne Smith, choral music director
at West and at Waccamaw Elementary
School. Selections included "Joy
to the World," "Silent Night" sung a
cappeila, and medley of songs called
"Yule Tide Festival."
Arvella Marlow, a school cafeteria
employee, was fetured soloist, performing
"The Christmas Song."
The choir was accompanied by
Michelle Booth, pianist.
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WEST BRUNSWICK Senior Class President David
Ward arcepts a principal's award for service to fellow
students from Assistant Principal Mallston Stanley
RECEIVING AWARDS for service to West Brunswick
Smith. Camellia Hill and i-csley Gore.
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The Brunswick County Training
School Alumni Association will hold a
general meeting Dec. 29 at t p.m. at
the auxiliary hut in Southport.
Aii iunner m iuiiuuo, icaCncfS di'iu
anyone wno nas attended or wonted
at the school are invited to attend.
Election of new officers will be held.
Dolphus Bryant of Supply, chairman
cf the nominating committee, can be
contacted at 842-6536
Current president is J. Hobson
Bryant. Publicity chairman is Cora
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