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Amy Caison, daughter of Mauricc and Lois Caison
of Supply, has been awarded the SI,250 Beverly K.
Norris Scholarship by the Shallottc Junior Woman's
Club, has won SI,(XX) for first placc in the club's dis
trict contest, and is eligible for a state four-year scholar
ship to any North Carolina college or university.
She has been accepted at N.C. State University
where she plans to major in electrical engineering.
The woman's club holds its scholarship contest in
connection with its annual arts festival, in which a num
ber of Brunswick County students winning first placc
prizes in the Shallottc club's festival on Feb. 8.
The festival involves students in grades 7-12, as
well as club members. Entries were in literature, art,
photography, sewing, musical instruments and public
?Grades 7-8. Non-fiction: Heather Heavener, first; Sa
rah Brown, second. Fiction: Leah Sloan, first; John
Hcnslcy, second; Sue Ellen Sicvcrs, third. Poetry:
Aaron Gore, first; Angela Long, second; Sara Brown,
?Grades 9-10. Fiction: Jamie Dennis, first Poetry,
Amic Duncan, first; Jamie Dennis, second; Jamie Den
?Grades 11-12. Nonfiction newspaper article: Greg
Molt, first; Greg Mott, second; Rachacl Swain, third.
Nonfiction essay, Rachacl Swain, first; Ali Karagiannis,
second; Dan Martin, third. Poetry, Shanna Creech, first.
?Grades 7-9. Leigh Evcrctc Milligan, first; Steve Al
len, second; Rebecca White, third; Rcbba White and
Leigh Evcrctc Milligan, honorable mention.
?Grades 10-11. Reggie Frink, first; Barry Johnson, sec
ond; Misty Skipper, third; Reggie Frink, honorable
?Grade 12. Michelle Grantham, first; Misty Bellamy,
second; Laural Kesscc, third; Michele Grantham and
Larry Long, honorable mention.
?Photography: Laural Kessce, first.
?Sculpture: Jimmy Bryant, first; Aries Cox, second.
?Craft: Chris Sapp, first; Donnic Milligan, second;
Laural Kessce, third; Timmy Jenrctte and Janice
Clcmmons, honorable mention.
?Sewing: Heather Hilton, first.
?Music (strings): Donnie Milligan, first.
Dancing For Gold
Members of the Steps Ahead dance team of Dance Connection competed at Dance Troupe's "Dance
for Gold" competition Saturday, March 6, at Kenan Auditorium. Brandi Harrison (at left) placed first
in the primary solo division in jazz, and placing first in small group primary character routine were
(from left) Brandi Harrison, Natalie Tyner, D.C. Earp, Erica Ratcliffe and Felicia Geddings.
United Way Shares
Findings With N.C. House Committee
A representative of Cape Fear
Area United Way recently presented
information to the North Carolina
State House Committee on Health
and Human Services.
At the panel's March 3 session,
Tracey Banks Coan, United Way
planning and allocations director, of
fered testimony regarding health carc
concerns of residents of Brunswick,
New Hanover and Pender counties.
Regional health care concerns
were determined this past year by a
needs assessment conducted by
Cape Fear Area United Way, the
University of North Carolina at
Wilmington and the New Hanover
County Department of Social Ser
vices. The resulting study identified
three areas of need: affordability of
health care services; access to health
care services, including transporta
tion; and expansion of the services
that should be available as part of
basic health care.
Acccss is a significant problem
across the three Southeastern coun
ties involved in the assessment, the
study indicated, while it is of less
significance in the more densely
populated urban center of North
May 8 Yard Sale
Lower Cape Fear Hospice of
Brunswick County is collecting do
nations of items for a yard sale to be
held May 8 at Camp United
Methodist Church in Shallotte.
Clothing, furniture and miscella
neous items will be accepted. All
money raised will be used to provide
service to indigent patients in
A related fund-raising event fea
tures a handmade afghan. More in
formation on both projects is avail
able from Laney Blanton, volunteer
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Debbie Rupp of the Shallotte Junior Woman's Club
won first place in both craft and photography cate
gories. Connie Schutte from the South Brunswick
Islands Photography Club won first place in the craft
category for her club.
Local people were asked to judge entries. The liter
ature category was judged by Lynn C arlson, niuiici^m^,
editor of The Brunswick Beacon. Local artists Sonie
Johnson and Becky Kirtlcy judged the student art, and
Mary Russ judged the clubwomen entries. Local pho
tographer Joe Stanley judged the photography and Beth
Stccdlcy, a music teacher and musician, judged the mu
All first-place entries were eligible for judging at
the District Arts Festival which was held in Newton
Grove on Feb. 20. All the literature and visual arts en
tries were entered. The sewing finalist modeled her suit,
and the musical finalist performed.
All entries placed in the lop three positions. Rachacl
Pearce, Jamie Dennis, Aaron Gore, Leah Sloanc and
Heather Hcavener all placed first for literature. Shanna
Creech and Amie Duncan placed third.
Michele Grantham. Jimmy Bryant. Laurel Kcssce
and Chris Sapp placed first in art. Leigh Evcrctie
Milligan placed second and Reggie Frink, third.
Heather Hilton won first in sewing, and Donnic
Milligan placed first in instrumental strings, and
Derrick Weaver second in other instruments.
Debbie Rupp placed second for both pieces she en
tered, as did Connie Schutte.
All first-place entries from the District Art Festival
arc entered into the N.C. Clubwomen's Art Festival to
be held in Winston-Salem on March 20.
Lynn Carr is this year's president of the Shallottc
Junior Woman's Club. Susan Gibblc and Shirlecn
Milligan co-chaired the local art festival, and Erin
Tamar chaired the scholarship committee.
Thirteen high school students will compete Satur
day, March 20, in the annual Martin Luther King Jr.
ACT-SO Scholarship Competition.
A major project of the NAACP, the ACT-SO pro
gram will begin at 7:30 p.m. at Shallouc Middle School.
Angela Mallcttc Sparrow, a reporter and public affairs
show host at WWAY-TV 3 in Wilmington will serve as
mistress of ceremonies.
ACT-SO is the acronym for Afro Academic, Cul
tural, Technological, Scientific Olympics. Its aim is to
cultivate a climatc in which academic excellence is as
highly regarded as excellence in athletic performance, in
which it is okay to be an A-B student, said Pcrita Price,
Program Chairman Ethcrinc Budcr said the partici
pating students arc as follows:
?LcToya C. Fullwood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willie
Fullwood, ninth grade. West Brunswick High, dramat
?Henry Bernard Snccd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Bernard Snccd, ninth grade. North Brunswick High, vo
?Claude Robert Robinson III, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Claude Robinson, ninth grade. North Brunswick High,
?LaLisa Evcttc Hewcil, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Freddie Hcweil, 12th grade. West Brunswick High, dra
?Nadia Camilla Bryant, daughter of Edna Bryant: 11th
grade. West Brunswick High, dramatics;
?Christopher Edward Sapps, son of Honalene Sapps,
10th grade. West Brunswick High, sculpture;
?Kanieceuwa Ballard, son of Mr. ar.J Mrs. Clifton
Ballard, 11th grade, North Brunswick High, aia.ving;
?Monckia Gausc, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs.
Freeman Gause, 11th grade. West Brunswick High, dra
?Tiria Lashawn Grady, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Fullwood, 12th grade. West Brunswick High, drawing,
painting and sculpture;
?Athalia A. Lewis, daughter of Emma R.Pigott, 11th
grade. West Brunswick High, category not indicated;
?Terrance M.Gause, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lendrcd
Gause, 12th grade, West Brunswick High, drawing;
?Johara Hankins, child of Carolyn Hankins, 11th grade.
South Brunswick High, vocal music/poetry; and
?Kuumba Seka Cobb, son of Ruby and Johnny Cobb,
9th grade. North Brunswick High, painting and drawing.
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