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SflALI.OTTL JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB'S 1993 officers are shown following their recent installation. Pictured (from left) are Mclcta
Humbert, historian; Debbie Rupp, treasurer; Tammie Lewis, assistant treasurer; Betsy Lewis, secretary; Julie Harrelson, second rice pres
ident; A J. McCullough, first \ice president; and Lynne Carr, president. Not pictured is Kuthy Payne, president-elect.
SHALLOTTE JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB
Awards Given, New Officers Are Installed
The Shallotlc Junior Woman's
Club installed new officers and
members and presented awards.
New officers, installed by Polly
Russof the South Brunswick Islands
Woman's Club, arc Lynn Carr, pres
ident: Kathy Payne, prcsident-clcct;
AJ. McCullough, first vice presi
dent; Julie Harrclson, second vice
president; Betsy Lewis, secretary;
Tammic Lewis, assistant treasurer;
Debbie Rupp, treasurer; and Mcleta
The Diane W. Holden President's
Award was presented to Mark
Saunders of Coastal Development
and Realty by Past President Betsy
Lewis for "his outstanding service to
The Tommyc Glenn Outstanding
Clubwoman Award went to Shirlccn
Milliken for "her outstanding contri
bution as a new member in all areas
Other award-winners included;
?Betsy Lewis, the Sandra D.
Thomas Oustanding Clubwoman
Award for oustanding contribution
to her local club;
?AJ. McCullough, the Kathryne
C. Gainey Citizenship Award for
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RECENTLY 1NSTALIJED members of the Shallotte Junior Woman's Club are (from left) Terri Cox,
Elizabeth Powell, Deanna Inions and Dayna Ramsey-Saunders.
outstanding work in citizenship and contribution in clubwork. New members installed included
patriotism; BLynn Carr, Betsy Lewis, Tam- Tern Cox, Elizabeth Powell, De
?Cathy Payne, the Sylvia Tripp mie Lewis and Sallcy Wilkerson, anna Inions and Daync Ramsey
Congeniality Award for outstanding perfect attendance. Saunders.
Appreciation Dinner Planned For Auxiliary
The Veterans of Foreign Wars
will host an appreciation dinner for
the VFW Ladies Auxiliary Post
7288 of Calabash at 5 p.m. Sunday,
Feb. 14, at the the post.
The auxiliary will hold a lun
cheon on Wednesday, March 3, at
12:30 p.m. at the post. Lauren All
Gilligan will demonstrate "Curtain
Care Easy Bracket" and there will
be a guest speaker from Hope
All proceeds from the luncheon
will go to Hope Harbor Home.
Limited tickcts will be sold at the
post bar daily for S3 each. The event
is open to the public.
The auxiliary's next trip to the
VA Hospital will be on Saturday,
March 13 to play bingo with the vet
erans and take refreshments.
The group's next meeting is
Monday, Feb. 15, at the post at 6:30
NARFE To Meet
The Brunswick County Chapter
of the National Association of
Retired Federal Employees (NAR
FE) will hold its monthly meeting at
the Spare Time Restaurant, N.C.
179, Shallottc, at noon on Tuesday,
Guest speaker will be Keith Craig
of the N.C. Department of Trans
portation, who will discuss highway
NARFE meetings arc open to the
public; membership in NARFE is
available to all federal retirees and
federal employees with at least five
Bring On The Birds
Bruce Williams will discuss
plants lhai attract birds to the yard at
the next meeting of the Holden
Beach Beautification Committee.
The meeting will be held
Wednesday, Feb. 10, at 2 p.m. at
Holden Beach Town Hall.
Williams is the area extension turf
specialist for the N.C. Cooperative
A short business meeting will pre
cede the program in order to review
bylaws and make any needed
changes, said Harriet Hart. Guests
Celebrcte Mardi Gras
A festive "Mardi Gras" theme
awaits Brierwood Ladies Club
members at their meeting Monday,
Feb. 8, at 7 p.m. at the new
Brierwood Club House.
Attendees are asked to welcome a
surprise guest artist by wearing a
clever costume or mask and periiaps
winning a prize, said spokesman
Helen B. Bangs.
TV Survey Planned
Is your child a couch potato? Can
television in the home be a teacher
and molder of children? Ten hours
of television at the rate of an hour
each weekday is equal to two full
Brunswick County Extension
Homcmakcrs are conducting a sur
vey this month to monitor the choic
es children make and the schedules
of television channels in the area.
Those interested in helping
should call Thclma Dunn, family is
sues coordinator for the Brunswick
County Extension Homemakers, at
Custom furniture made to order including:
?Chest of Drawers
in pine, oak, cherry
g ft 0??n Blvd
& Hwy 17
706 Sea Mountain Highway
Open Mon-Fri 8am 12, 1-5 pm
The Six Wheelers Bus Club of
Shalloue Middle School recently
elected officers for the 1992-93
They are Mac Simmons, presi
dent; Henry Randolph, vice presi
dent; Rhonda Marlowe, secretary;
Manic Bryant, assistant secretary;
and Ineathea Marlowe, treasurer.
A Valentine's dance is being
planned for Feb. 12 at the school.
All students of the school arc invit
The Six Wheelers Bus Club en
courages parents and students to
practice bus safety.
Give a Tom Clark
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(L-R) Val, JP & Violet, Dee
Lovely and Barney
March '93 Retirees
Alpha ? Ben, Bonnie Button,
Cardinal Chip, Doug, Happy,
Johnny, Julias, Madre, Par,
N O. Evils, Rebecca, Sammy
Brother, Sis & Dad, Willie & Son
Twin Craah (Food Lion) PWan. Shollorw
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 3
Appearing in our lounge
Nashville recording artist
THURSDAY, FEB. 4
FRI. & SAT., FEB.*5-6
Appearing in our lounge
Join your friends at...
On the beach at Ocean Isle
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SWRLEEN M/LIJKEN, right, receives the Tommye Glenn Out
standing Clubwoman Award for her outstanding contribution as a
new member of the Shallotte Junior Woman's Club from Polly
Kuss of the South Brunswick Islands Woman's Club.
New Session Of Diabetes
Education Begins Feb. 1 0
The winter session of the Dia
betes Education Class at The Bruns
wick Hospital will begin on Wed
nesday. Feb. 10.
The first chss will take placc
from 3-5 p.m. and will meet in the
hospital's confcrcncc room. A
schedule will then be set for other
classes depending on the number of
The purpose of the program is to
educate diabetics about proper nutri
tion, exercise, eye care and fool care
associated with their disease. It also
will focus on the stress complica
tions associated with diabetes.
Classes arc free of charge and are
open to all diabetics and family
members involved in their care.
Registered nurses from The Bruns
wick Hospital will be teaching each
Program participants will be in
vited to join the Diabetes Support
Group, which meets on the first
Monday of each month at 7 p.m. in
the hospital conference room.
For more information or space
reservations, call Sherry Hendrick
scn, R.N., or Patricia Nutter, R.N., at
The Brunswick Hospital, 754-8121.
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