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CHARTER MEMBER R.C. (Carlos) Eaton was recognized recent
ly by the South Brunswick Interchurch Council for his service.
Above, he's flanked on the left by his wife, Avalon, and on the right
by Katherine Shawver, council chairman.
Council Recognizes Eaton
For His Service To Others
The South Brunswick Interchurch The plaque was to have been prc
Council honored chartcr member scntcd to Eaton at the council's
R.C. (Carlos) Eaton with a plaque in March meeting, but he was unable
recognition of his years of service. to attend due to ill health. His pastor,
Eaton was responsible for the the Rev. John Landers, instead prc
building and grounds of the now-de- scntcd the plaque to him during wor
funct Brunswick Adult Day Care, ship service at Calvary Baptist
which the council originated. Both Church in Shallottc.
he and his wife of 63 years, Avalon, _ ... , _
served on the centers' board of di- A The council honored Eaton at .is
rectors P meeting, expressing its love
Eaton also was chairman of the 8ratiludc 10 him Penally,
council committees and served as li- Chairman Katherinc Shawver
aison with Brunswick Electric praised Eaton for his devotion to
Membership Corp. to assist Bruns- helping others and his willingess to
wick County residents in need. undertake any task asked of him.
S20.000 NEEDED NOW
Symphony Deadline Nearing
And Support's Still Short
An April 30 deadline is just a jeopardy also is the conccrt schcd
week away and local North Carolina ulcd in November in the new Odcll
Symphony supporters still need Williamson Auditorium at Bruns
520,000. wick Community College.
Symphony management has Tcwcy is seeking both ticket pur
wamcd that the symphony's May 10 chases and contributions by individ
concert in Brunswick County as uals and businesses. "Without both,"
well as its annual conccrts for stu- she said, "Brunswick County could
dents may be canceled if the short- lose a most valuable asset in attract
fall is not covered. ing people and businesses to our
Stcphanna Tewcy, president of the area, an influx that broadens and en
Brunswick County Chapter of the hances the county tax base."
symphony, said the funds are needed To learn more about the campaign
to satisfy the deficit created by lack to cover the dcficil, in Shallottc con
of support for the Christmas conccrt tact Ethcrinc Butler, 754-6706, or
held in December, as well as to cov- Marie or Jack Harrison, 754-8941,
cr the cost of the upcoming May or in Southport, Stcphanna Tcwcy,
conccrt at Hatch Auditorium. In 457-5656.
Adopt-A-Pet Day Planned
Looking for a pet? puppies less than four months old
Dogs and cats of all sizes, breeds and S 16.50 for dogs older than four
and ages will be available for adop- months.
tion Saturday, April 24, from 10 ? , ... chan!cd for ki.
a.m. to 2 p.m. during Adopt-A-Pet , A, X wi" 1X5 ,.g .l *,U
?? ,u? 1,- ijf, \\/?i tens less than four months old and a
Day in the parking lot of Wal-Mart C1, , c . .. .. r
? pl ,M?u S13 fee for cats o dcr than four
The animals, from the Brunswick
County Animal Control shelter at The fee for a rabies vaccination
Supply, "arc in good condition, very for all animals is S7.
friendly and will make excellent In case of bad weather, the animal
pets," stated Jan Reichenbach, pub- control shelter will be open during
lie health educator. those hours. The shelter is located
The adoption fee will be $10 for off N.C. 211 south of Supply.
Cloggers Move To Leland,
Join Azalea Coast Dancers
The Brunswick County Cloggers Cloggers, a drug-free group known
have moved from the Republican as "Jimmy's Kids." The ABC
Headquarters in Supply to Leland Cloggers arc the 1992 Twectsie
and have joined with the Azalea Railroad Grand Champions, the
Coast Cloggers, according to Jimmy 1992 Cardinal State Clogging Grand
Watson, president and clogging in- Champions, the 1992 N.C. Clogging
stmctor for the group. Council solo male, female and cou
Togcther they represent Bruns- pie grand champions.
wick and New Hanover counties as Watson said only his group may
the largest clogging team in the area, use the name Brunswick County
he said. All are part of the ABC Cloggers, which is registered.
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The second annual convention of
the N.C. Conference Lay Organiz
ation, Second Episcopal District,
African Methodist Episcopal
Church, will convene Friday, May 7,
at 10 am. at Mount Olive AME
The Rev. Maurice T. Wilson, pas
tor of St. John AME Church of Balt
imore, will deliver the opening wor
Registration, workshops, banquet
and prayer breakfast will be housed
at the Howard Johnson Plaza Inn,
Workshops will focus on the
depth of the black heritage in the
Bible, presented by evangelist Lyn
cttc Thomas of Yonkcrs, N.Y. She
will also present the message "Mini
stering from Church Membership to
Christian Disciplcship" at the ban
On Saturday, the prayer breakfast
will begin at 7:30 a.m., followed by
a summary of ihc workshops and a
memorial servicc to past laymen of
The convention will conclude at
The Joy Assembly of God teen
group will hold a yard/ bake sale
and car wash Saturday, April 24, at
Alpha Auto Sales, Long Beach
Road, beginning at 8 a.m.
Proceeds will go toward sending
the group to the "Atlanta Fcst '93"
Lazar At Chapel
The Rev. Julian Lazar, a United
Methodist minister from Florence,
S.C., is the pastor of the week at the
Holdcn Beach Chapel.
He will give the message during
the 11 a.m. worship servicc at the
non-denominational chapel, located
on Rothschild Street across from
Holdcn Beach Town Hall.
A nursery is provided. Sunday
school begins at 10 a.m.
Antioch Plans Revival
Antioch Baptist Church invites
area residents to revival services
April 25 through 29 at 7:30 p.m.
The Rev. Frank Hoylc of the
Gaston Baptist Association will be
speaking and music by guest groups
is planned each night, said
spokesman Sarah Lewis.
The church is located on Midway
Road in Bolivia.
Praise Service Set
Village Point Untied Methodist
Church hold a song and praise ser
vice Sunday, April 25, at 6 p.m.
The service will include presenta
tions from the adult and children's
choirs and puppets, said Patty Jones.
Refreshments will follow in the fel
The Museum of the Cape Fear?
which serves 20 countics, including
Brunswick?has announced a major
initiative to transform a single muse
um into an assemblage of historical,
cultural and educational resources.
A name changc also will take
place. The institution will be known
as the Museum of the Cape Fear
Historical Complex, "to better reflect
the expansion of facilities, programs
and services," a news release states.
Betty R. McCain, secretary of the
N.C. Department of Cultural Re
sources, outlined the plans during a
luncheon at the museum last week.
The five-year-old museum is at 801
Arsenal Ave., Fayettcvillc.
The five-acre historical complex
is to be comprised of three elements:
?the 15,000-squarc-foot museum
which will continue to present re
gional history from the Native
Americans to the present day. More
space will be added to the building
to accommodate new exhibitions, a
Children's Discovery gallery and
?the 1897 E.A. Poe House. Follow
ing restoration, the National Regis
ter of Historic Places property will
serve as a museum interpreting life
of the late Victorian era. It will sup
port public programming such as
lectures, guided tours, hands-on
children's activities and special
events. The grounds will feature a
?Arsenal Park, a 3.5-acre historical
site carved out of the remains of the
19th-century North Carolina Ar
senal. Originally begun in 1838 by
the federal government, ihc arsenal
represents the beginning of the re
gion's longstanding relationship
with the military. It served both the
federal and confederate govem
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Full line florist & garden shop
United Methodist Church
8:00 AM Worship Service
9:00 AM Christian Education Hour
9:30-10:00 AM Fellowship Time
10:00 AM Worship Service
CASl'AL DRESS ? NURSERY PROVIDED
Pastor: The Rev. Camillc Yorkey Edwards
1300 Seaside Rd. SW (llwy. 904)
menus during its 27-ycar history. The
park will feature an amphitheater for
public programs, costumed guides
and a renovated arsenal house, the
site's only remaining building, to
serve as interpretive center.
A three-year capital campaign is
under way to raise Sl.l million in
private and public funds.
The museum is a regional branch
of the N.C. Museum of History. Its
mission is to collcct, preserve and
interpret the history and culture of
southern North Carolina. In less than
five years, it has hosted more than
125,000 visitors, including 30,000
The museum is open Tuesdays
through Saturdays, 10 a.m. until 5
p.m., and Sundays, 1-5 p.m. For
more information, call (919) 486
Worship Scrvicc Sunday, 10:00 A.M.
Sunday School al 9:00 a.m.
Meeting In Shallotlc Middle School
Pastor Donald R. Safrit
Sunday Worship Service
Church School For All Ages
Old Georgetown Road
Dr Francis M Womack, Jr., Minister
Nursery Provided ? Casual Dress
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