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Shallotte Middle School Gives Awards To
Top Eighth Graders
BY SUSAN USHER
Clutching two trophies, two
plaques and a fistful of certificates.
Heather Hcavcner marched with
classmates from the Shallottc Mid
dle School eighth grade awards pro
gram Monday morning.
"I've got to find my mom," she
said once outside the gym, accepting
congratulations from her classmates
as she looked over the crowd of stu
dents and guests.
"Need a wheelbarrow?" a fellow
eighth-grader teased in friendly
Heather received some of the
school's major awards for eighth
graders. These include the Career
Club's Award of Excellence recog
nizing her work in career cxplo
ration at the local and stale levels,
and the James Gary Poulos II Mem
orial Award, given by the Poulos
family each year in memory of
Gary, who died in a cave-in at Hol
den Beach during his seventh grade
year in March 1981. Selection is
based on Christian attitudes, schol
arship, rcspcct for others and partici
pation in extracurricular activities.
Heather also received the Lang
uage Arts plaque, presented to the
eighth grade student who has dem
onstrated effort as well as achieving
excellence in all areas of the lan
Other awards presented Tuesday
by either community groups or the
school were as follows:
DAR Citizenship Award, pre
scnlcd by the William Cause Chapt
er: Shcnna Lancaster.
Woodmen of the World, present
ed by the Shallotte Lodge for excel
lence in social studies: Diana And
Shallotte Junior Woman's Club
Arts Festival: Leah Sloanc and
Community Watch Outstanding
Citizen Award: Leah Sloanc, stu
dent government and honor society
Physical Kducation: Clistia
Browning, Jamcrson Gore and Rick
Project Fitness: Marlcnna Hill,
Carolyn King, Sholanda Bland, Eric
Cause and Kyle Bias.
Presidential Academic Fitness:
Diana Anderson, Neil Anslcy, Sarah
Brown, Victoria Burns, Amanda
Chcslnut, Heather Clcmmons, John
Coble, Amanda DcStcfano, Evan
Foster, Kelly Griffin, Talya Grisscu,
Jennifer Harrison, Heather Hcav
cner, Travis Hewett, Kathryn Hol
combc, Renee Holden, Stacy Jank
owski, Nikki Jeffries, Shenna Lan
caster, Sean Pruitt, Charlie Ray,
Mandy Redwine, Venee Robinson,
Erica Sellers, Caroline Sheffield,
Sue Ellen Sicvcrs, Leah Sloanc, Jen
nifer Smith, Carrie Beth Wemyss,
Brandi Whitcsidcs and Crystal
Widener, and the Extraordinary
Effort To Achieve Academic Ex
cellence, Adam Clcmmons.
Science Excellence: Neil Anslcy,
Carrie Beth Wemyss, Marcus Gausc,
David Odom, Caroline Sheffield and
Stacy Jankowski; Toshiba Explor
ation Awards, a futures projcci
sponsored with the National Scicnce
Teachers Association: Josh Hincsl
cy, Neil Anslcy, Walker Gaincy and
Carrie Beth Wemyss.
Band: Stacy Jankowski.
Chorus: Sam Chevalier.
French: Sarah Brown.
History Bowl: Caroline Shef
field, Heather Hcavcncr, Sean Pruitt,
Leah Sloanc, Diana Anderson, Neil
Anslcy, Shenna Lancaster, Jennifer
Smith, Evan Foster, Crystal Cole
man, Amanda Chcslnut.
Language Arts: Mandy Red
wine, Sabrina Banks, Shenna Lan
caster, Julie Smith, Amanda Dc
Stcfano, Carrie Beth Weymss, Talya
Grisscu, Kim Condrcy, Dana John
son, Joshua Holley, Jonathan Long
and Kelly Hewett.
Math: Sue Ellen Sievcrs, for ex
cellence in algebra.
Social Studies: Amanda Chest
nut, Evan Foster, Brandy White
sides, Sue Ellen Sievcrs, Amanda
Wright, Heather Clcmmons, Crystal
Geography: Scth Whitcsidcs and
Seventh grade marshals for the
awards program were Jamie Chey
enne Atwell, Jennifer Ruth Bailey,
Christina Rose Hewett, Henry R.
Johnson Jr., Jill Marie Rivcnbark,
Tomakia Sata Dennis, Ashley
Nicole Hardy, Tonia Jean Jackson,
STAFF PHOTOS BY SUSAN USHE*
SUE ELLEN SILVERS, Shenna Ixincasler and Leah Sloane were among the Shallotte Middle School
eighth grade students recognized Monday for their achievements.
Brunswick Animal League Picks Officers
The Brunswick County Animal Welfare League re- Due to efforts of the league, 250 cats anil dogs were
ccntly clectcd four new officers, including Alma Tolson spayed or neutered in Brunswick County last year, ac
as president. cording to a news release.
Other officers arc Jack Perry, vice president; Kathy The organization is currently raising funds and col
Thorn, treasurer; and Lola Baron, secretary. lecting materials for an animal shelter that would not de
Ncw publicity director Dcbora Vickers-Mawji is stroy incarcerated animals.
working on a project that would allow donations to the For more information, call Tolson at 754-6323, or any
animal welfare league to be tax deductible. other officer.
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HEATHER HEAVENER received academic achievement and ca
reer awards along with the coveted Poulos Award at the Shallotte
Middle School awards program.
Michcllc Danielle Minoi, Daren them a chance for a "clcan slate," a
Hanson Sellers and Jenny Lee Trest. new start. He challenged ihcm "to
In his closing remarks Vicc Prin- go to West Brunswick and be the
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