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Jennifer Marie Hardee of Winna
bow recently participated in the
Governor's Page Program in Ra
She is a junior at South Bruns
wick High and the daughter of Will
iam and Carol Hardee. She spent the
week of April 26-30 providing cleri
cal and administrative support as a
page in the Department of Com
The program is designed to moti
vate young people to become inter
ested in state government. Pages are
assigned to various state agencies to
assist with day-to-day office opera
tions. They are recommended by
their teachers, principals or other
members of their community to
serve a one-week term.
The program is open to high
school students between the ages of
15 and 18 who maintain a B aver
To Be Coastal Grads
Three Brunswick County students
will be among approximately 350
candidates for degrees at Coastal
Carolina College's commencement
exercises Saturday, May 8, in
Barbara Foehrkolb of ShallotXe
will graduate with high honors,
earning a bachelor's of science de
gree in business administration. Kat
hy R. Fulford will receive a bachelor
of arts degree, and Charles T. Gra
ham of Calabash will be awarded a
B.S. in business administration.
Coastal Honor Student
Barbara Foehrkolb of Shallottc
was among top students honored
during the annual honors convoca
tion of Coastal Carolina College in
Conway, S.C., April 27.
Foehrkolb was presented the ac
counting award as well as the Wall
Street Journal Academic Award by
Peter B. Barr, dean of the Craig Wall
Sr. School of Business Adminstra
tion and Computer Science.
Completes CG Training
Coast Guard Seaman Apprentice
David S. Robinson, son of David L.
Robinson of Supply, recently gradu
ated from Coast Guard Recruit
During the training cycle at Cape
May, N J., students arc taught gener
al military subjects designed to pre
pare them for further academic and
on-the-job training leading toward
qualification in one of the Coast
Guard's 26 occupational fields.
Studies also include first aid, sea
manship, Coast Guard history and
regulations, close order drill and
The 1986 graduate of Northern
Nash Senior High School of Rocky
Mount, joined the Coast Guard in
In Honor Society
Rita Fisher Lewis of Holdcn
Beach was among 67 students and
three faculty members inducted into
the Phi Kappa
Phi honor soci
ety at UNC
Lewis is a
in the Depart
ment of English.
She is the wife
of J P. Lewis of
Shell Landing lewis
Road and the daughter of Dorothy F.
Fisher of Newton, III.
Also inducted was Man-Frances
Keanc of Yaupon Beach. A senior
majoring in economics, Keane is the
daughter of Betty Jane and Michael
Keane of Ocean Drive.
UNC Honors Freeman
Robin Yveuc Freeman of Leland
was among 419 outstanding black
and American Indian students hon
ored recently by the University of
North Carolina at Chapel Hill at an
academic achievement awards cere
Organized by the Office for
Student Counseling and the College
of Arts and Sciences, the ceremony
was held to recognize students who
earned a 3.0 grade point average or
higher during the fall 1992 term.
Tech. SgL Richard D. Clifton has
re-enlisted in the U.S. Air Force af
ter 13 years of military service.
Clifton, an aircraft armament sys
tems technician team chief, is the
son of Sandy D. Clifton of
Whiteville and Carol S. Fowler of
The sergeant is a 1978 graduate of
Whiteville Senior High School.
Three Brunswick County stu
dents have been chosen to receive
North Carolina Teaching Fellows
They are Anthony Haselden of
Riegelwood, a North Brunswick
High senior, and Jamilia Karimah
Eagles of Southport and Jason Keith
Lanier of Route 2, Bolivia, both
South Brunswick High seniors.
Each will receive a $20,000
scholarship loan, payable in $5,000
annual increments, from the state.
The full loan is forgiven after the
Fellow completes four years of
teaching in a North Carolina public
In addition. Fellows take part in
unique academic and summer en
richment programs during their col
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3 Named Teaching Fellows
Forum, in seven years the Fellows
program has become one of the lop
teacher recruiting programs in the
The program was created by the
General Assembly in 1986, at the
suggestion of the forum, as a means
of attracting the state's "best and
brightest" high school graduates in
This year 1,811 high school se
niors competed for 400 scholar
ships. Recipients rank in the upper
10 percent of their classes, have a
gradepoint average of 3.6 and
scored an average of 1,115 on the
Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT), 260
points above the state average.
Twenty-nine percent of the 1993
Fellows are males and 24 percent
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Shallotte, N.C.-Special elec
tronic tests will be given free at
the new Beltone Hearing Aid Ser
vice branch office on Monday
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Factory-trained Hearing Aid
Specialists will be at this branch at
Brunswick Chiropractic Center,
Hwy. 17 S., Shallotte, to perform
Anyone who has trouble hear
ing is welcome to have this special
test using the latest electronic
equipment to determine the
hearing aid most likely to help.
Most persons with a hearing loss
can be helped with a hearing aid.
Everyone who has a problem of
hearing clearly should have this
test. Even people now wearing a
hearing aid or those who have
been unable to find help before
should have this test to find out
which of the latest methods of
hearing correction can help them
The free tests will be given
Monday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at
Brunswick Chiropractic Center,
Hwy. 17 S., Shallotte. If you can't
get there on Monday, call 1-800
972-0830 and arrange for an
appointment at another time. In
home testing is also available.
IJncoln Primary School students
work in their new wild/lower
garden, whose seedlings and
plants were provided by UNC-W >
and the N.C. Museum of Natural
Science through the UTOTES jTi
Program?Using the Outdoors to Aj
Teach Experiential Science. f
Parents and st'*ff will sponsor
their annual beautification day at
Lincoln May 8. Children will sell
begonias for Mothers' Day for$l
each. The profits will go toward
materials to enhance the
UTOTES program. Pictured
above are third- graders Natalie
Davis, Sebrina Milliken, Josh
Gurganious, and Rob Shelton
and first-graders Monica Bryant
and Rebecca Pierce. Below are
first-graders IJsa Ijocklear,
Robert Warren Jr. and Catra
Joseph receiving advice from
third-graders Natalie Davis and
6 Local Chorus Students Chosen For All-State Units
Six local students have been cho
sen for all-state choruses, instructor
Pauic Jordan announced.
Two West Brunswick High
School students. Derrick Weaver
and Melissa Robinson, were named
to the North Carolina High School
All-State Chorus. The chorus will
rehearse in clinic sessions May 6
and 7 and present a concert the
evening of May 7 at the University
of North Carolina at Greensboro.
Heather Hilton and Shane Pitt
man, ninth graders at West Bruns
wick, and Billy Noble and Kelly
Griffin of Shallouc Middle School
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Two days of clinics at UNC-G
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Local educational leaders will be
the keynote speakers at graduation
ceremonies for DARE students this
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Gloria Tallcy, public information
and staff development director for
the Brunswick County Schools, will
speak at Waccamaw Elementary
School graduation May 11.
Supply Elementary School will
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On May 13, Superintendent of
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at the ShaHotte Middle School grad
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certificates and will share essays on
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