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The Brunswick beacon. (Shallotte, N.C.) 19??-current, June 10, 1993, Page B, Image 13

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. , . , ....... . .? .v ,r''' ' ?. w}v. .... .... ? 'j, .... INSIDE THIS SECTION: MMiddle School Awards, 6 >ports, Pages 9-12 mmmmmmmmmmm mm i sal i; wz. mmm- imm11 mm ** CAISON RECEIVES LARGEST 4-H SCHOLARSHIP EVER under the sun "=?? B Students Reap Recognition For Achievements, Service BY SUSAN USHER Wcsl Brunswick High School seniors reaped awards for scholastic achievements and service to their school and community at the senior awards program last Thursday mo rning. Amy Caison, who plans to major in mechanical engineering at N.C. State University, received a SI,500 4-H Scholarship, the largest ever given in Brunswick County, accord ing to Extension Director Milton Coleman, and a 51,300 scholarship from the Shallotte Junior Woman's Club. She was one of six students to re ceive a scholarship from the South Brunswick Islands Rotary Club. She and Michael Keith Holden each re ceived SI,000 awards, while Maria Turner, Kristy Poulos, Emily Gore and April Cumbcc each received S500 awards. Caison also received a SI,000 scholarship from the Shal lotte Masonic Lodge and a National Merit Scholarship Commendation for her performance on standardized tests. Lester Todd and Dorothy Black burn received Brunswick Comm unity College Presidential Scholar ships from the Brunswick Comm unity College Foundation. Todd, who plans to enter the new recre ational grounds management pro gram at BCC, also received the S600 Grace T. Keziah Humanitarian Award, given in honor of the late guidance counselor; a $600 Horti culture Award from Long Bay Gar den Club; and was the first student to receive a S250 scholarship from the Carolina Shores Garden Club. He also received curriculum awards as outstanding turf management and horticulture student. Kathleen Jacobs, Area 3 Director of the N.C. Association of Rescue Squads, presented a $12,000 schol arship to Douglas Ward, the son of a Coastline Volunteer Rescue Squad member. This is the first association scholarship won by a local student Hope Varnam received the Ame rican Patriotism award presented by the Shallotte Lodge, Woodmen of the World. April Cumbee, who plans to at tend Gardner-Webb University, also received a future teacher's scholar ship presented by the local chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa, a teacher's honorary. Emily Gore also was recognized for S500 received for advancing in the Morehcad Scholarship Award program, UNC-Chapcl Hill. Derrick Weaver was honored for his bandsmanship with the Richard Lancaster Service Award, a memori al award presented by the South Brunswick Islands Rotary Club. Additional awards were presented as follows. Science: Keith Holden, physics; Scan Hughes, chemistry; Scan Hughes, Emily Gore, Amy Caison and Dorothy Blackburn, science lab assistants. Math: Sean Hughes, outstanding mmm DOUG I AS WARD (right) accepts a scholarship from the N.C. As sociation of Rescue Squads from Kathleen Jacobs, Area J director. LESTER TODD and Dorothy Blackburn are Brunswick Comm unity College Presidential Scholarship winners. BCC Foundation President Joe Stanley (center) presented the awards. Oriental Rug Sale Extraordinary antiques, exquisite needlepoints, and stylish new designs. All handwoven In pure wools and silks, and all at Spectacular Savings! CAMDI CC Description: Size List Price Sale Price RUG EMPORIUM OHIVirLtO Indian Bl|ar 3'x5' $620 $199 |n The Heart of Myrtle Beach HF Indian Bi|ar 6'*9' $1512 $695 606 W. Broadway, Myrtle Beach Indian Heriz 10'x14' $3920 $1490 (Near the 501 & Broadway Intersection) QAVIMr;^' Chinese 8x10' $1895 $690 0/-VV Chinese 9x12' $2200 $895 I CI901 THi HHUNSWICK BEACON (803)946-9232 Mon.-Sat. 10-5, Sun. 12-5 itAff PHOTOS BY SUSAN USHER ROTARY CLUB Scholarship winners (from left) April Cumbee, Emily Gore, Amy Caison, Keith Holden, Kristy Poulos and Maria Turner each also claimed additional awards last Thursday. math student; Tamika Cotton, high est Algebra II average; and Keith Holden, computer math. Foreign Language: Rachel Swain, Spanish I; Trina Masscy, Spanish II; Elizabeth Trapp, Latin I; Hope Varnam, Latin II; Michelle Grantham, French II. English/Journal ism/Dram a: Matthew Pait and Ivannia Aguilar, Most Improved English; Maria Turner, Advanced Placement Eng lish; Deanna Stanley, SAT prepara tion; Robin Hewett, drama; Suzanne Jones, journalism; Jenny Judah and Heather Home, yearbook. Social Studies: Sean Hughes, highest average in core subjects; Rachel Stanley, three years' scrvice as aide. Art: Chris Stanley, Shannon Creech, Roger Maggard and Scou Lewis, four-year achievement; Mic helle Grantham and Monty Bellamy, outstanding art students. Band: Chris Carter, MichacI Turner, Kathryn Murphy, Derrick Weaver, Amy Smith and Lena Jan cda, for leadership and participation in an average of more than 575 per formances during their four years in the band. Chorus: Derrick Weaver, Lori Causey and Patricia Hughes, out standing seniors. Dance Team: Suzanne Jones, captain, Darrilyn Morgan, Trina Rogers and Portia Hankins were honored as members of the school's First dance team. National Honor Society: Emily Gere, S500 scholaiship. Business/Marketing/Home Economics: Sherry Wood, computer applications I and top business stu dent of the year; Marty Earwood, accounting II; Chcnoa Hendrix, marketing; Michelle Grantham, out standing senior, business; and Marty Quinlan, home economics co-op; Dorothy Blackburn, interior design; Portia Hankins, Christina Hughes, David Walker and Natasha Scott, Future Business Leaders of America certificates for state competition. Technical/Vocational: Daniel CALABASH VFW POST NO. 7288 Commander Ed Wood (left) and incoming commander Bill Wern er presented $500 scholarships to Michelle Grantham and Tiina Massey. Stone, auto technology; Alvin Lew- Wilson, missing only five days in 12 Todd, Rosanna Fowler, Randy is. welding; Ronnie Simmons, car- years; Jason Leigh Benton, four Woodard, Scott Lewis, Coray Stan pentry; Kcanc Bellamy, principles of years without absence; Marty Ear- ley and James Stanley, perfect atten technology I; James Bellamy Jr., wood, Michelle Grantham, Lester dance 1992-93; principles of technology II; Beth Caison, most improved, health occu pations, and Rachel Stanley, most .dedicated, health occupations. U.S. Army Scholar/Athletes: Emily Gore and Aaron Butler. Army Junior ROTC: Doug Ward, leadership; Daniel Long, achievement, Rodney Jenrette, ser vice; and Yates Gupton, three-year U.S. Army scholarship. Perfect Attendance: Aaron But ler, 12 years; Tentis Moore, 12 years with only three days missed; Penny ??"VS Dissat'^fates7 If anyone has the need, we have the time to teach you to reaa.754-READ Richard C. Glenn SECURITIES AMERICA, INC. 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