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Elementary School Integrates Art
Education With Academic Studies
"Integration" is the key word when describing arts
education at Supply Elementary School, says art tcachcr
"While students felt they were creating art, their
teacher's goal was that they would be developing their
academic knowledge in other subject matter as well,"
Students' efforts in the visual arts have paid off with
recognition throughout the year and will culminate June
2 with an arts festival from 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the
Fifth grader Charles Marce and fourth graders Sean
Goforth were recognized for their participation in a first
year effort at a statewide art exchange. Their batik art
work is louring Southeastern North Carolina for a year
as part of a traveling an exhibit.
Another fifth grader, Roy Honeycutt, has a metal
punch of a bam displayed as part of the Superintendent's
Choice Art at the central office in Southport.
Scottie Pahl, also in fifth grade, received a personal
"thank you" from 14th District state Rep. Dewey Hill
(D-Columbus County) for a colored pencil drawing of a
bird on a branch. The drawing bccamc Hill's inviiaiion
to the State's An Advocate Legislative Dinner in April.
Hill thanked the school for supporting efforts to make
arts an integrated part of the state's educational and eco
Natia Brown, Crystal Driver, Brooke Evans and
Justin Fulford, all fifth grade students, received honor
mentions for their entries in the "What the News Taught
Me" program sponsored by The Wilmington Morning
Star, a regional daily newspaper. Their artwork will be
placed on newsstand covers.
Third grade student Beth Long received honorable
mention for her entry in the countywide "Heal the
World" poster contest sponsored during Youth Week.
The students were to illustrate their feelings regarding
pollution, drugs, homeless families, poverty, gangs or
other social ills.
On June 2, Supply students will celebrate the arts
with an, drama, dance and creative writing projects
completed this year.
The daylong event is open to the public.
Course Develops Master Food Preservers
If you are interested in learning age. Each lesson is accompanied by
more about home food preservation study questions and a test which par
and like sharing what you learn with ticipants must pass before becoming
others, check out an upcoming pro- Master Food Preserver Volunteers,
gram sponsored by the Brunswick A registration fee of S25 will cov
County N.C. Cooperative Extension er the cost of a notebook, reference
Service Center. materials and class supplies.
A Master Food Preserver course Each Master Food Preserver grad
that begins May 26 offers seven 4- uate is asked to be a Cooperative
hour lessons that cover volunteerism Extension Service volunteer, giving
and the science of food preservation; a minimum of 20 hours of service in
jelly, jams and preserves; low-acid sharing food preservation knowl
foods; high-acid foods; freezing; edge and skills gained through the
pickling; and drying and food stor- course, said instructor Mary L. Russ,
county home economics extension
agent. Examples of volunteer in
volvement include assisting with
food preservation questions at
farmer's markets or fairs, answering
telephone inquiries and developing
displays and information flyers.
Class size is limited to 12 or fewer
participants. The first class will be
held Wednesday, May 26, at 9 a.m.
at the Brunswick County Extension
Office in the Agriculture Building at
the Brunswick County Government
Center south of Bolivia.
For more information, contact the
extension office at 253-4425.
Births Are Announced
Randy and Trina Rising of Mag
nolia Drive, Sunset Beach, have an
nounced the birth of a daughter,
Olivia Sloane, at 3:11 a.m. May 4 at
The Brunswick Hospital.
The baby weighed 6 pounds, 15
ounces and was 20.5 inches long.
She joins a sister, Courtney Brooke
Grandparents are Gilbert and
Pearl Rising of Shalloue, Wayne and
Barbara Osborne of Nakina, and
Robert and Donna Dosher of Holdcn
Great-grandparents arc Clay and
Kalrina McCullen of Longwood and
Mary Osborne of Whiteville.
DarTcll K. and Linda Nichols
Cheers of Fieldview Way, Shalloue,
have announced the birth of a son,
Darnell Keith Cheers Jr., at 6:31 p.m.
April 28 at New Hanover Regional
The baby weighed 11 pounds and
was 22 inches long. He is the cou
ple's first child.
Maternal grandparents are Van
Nichols of I card and Janice Sellers
Suarez of Wilmington. Paternal
grandparents are Fay and L.B.
Cheers of Shallotte.
Great-grandparents are Reyno and
Geneva Nichols of Valdese.
Brenda and Lofton James of
Shallotte have announced the birth
of a son, Dan us Marquel, at 8:06
p.m. May 7 at The Brunswick Hosp
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The baby weighed 9 pounds, 8
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Grandparents are Louise and
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Great-grandparents arc Maggie
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Kirby's Dept. Store & Ben Franklin Variety
Main Street ? Shallotte
Chalmers Champion, daughter
of Jerry and Cindy Champion
of Shallotte, and a student at
the Brunswick School of
Dance, recently placed first in
the 10-year-old tap division at
the Showstoppers regional
dance competition in Myrtle
Beach. She also placed in the
top 10 outstanding performers
among 85 dancers in the age
12 and under solo division. She
will advance to the national
competition in July.
Bird Club Hosts Kitty Kosh
Kitty Kosh of the Wilmington Bird 7:30 p.m.
Club will speak on attracting birds to All local shell club members and
your backyard at the next meeting of visitors are invited to attend, said
the Brunswick Bird Club. spokesman Betty Muirhead.
The club meets Wednesday, May On Friday, Dwaync Schilz will
19, at 7:30 p.m. in the meeting room give a demonstration of his shell
of Atlantic Telephone Membership sculpture, and Dean Webber will
Corp. on N.C. 130 west of Shallotte. discuss how to identify shells. The
The annual cnd-of-scason picnic Saturday night program will be a
will be held Saturday, May 15, at the talk on jingle shells by Louise Mann
Waccatec Zoo in South Carolina, and shell crafts by the Shell Belles
For more information about the club and Beachcombers shell clubs.
or cither event, contact Marcia
Club Sale Set
.. _ . _ ,, A bake sale and yard sale will be
Meeting Set For Here sponsored by the Shallouc Junior
The North Carolina Shell Club Woman's Club on Sat., May 15, at
will meet at the Lock wood Folly Camp Methodist Church.
Community Building on Sianbury The event begins at 7 a.m.
Road in Supply Friday, May 14, at All proceeds will go to local char
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