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The Brunswick beacon. (Shallotte, N.C.) 19??-current, October 07, 1993, Page PAGE 3-B, Image 19

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VIC Says Christmas Applications To Be Accepted Oct. 1 1 -Nov. 1 9 I"he Brunswick County Volunteer and Information Center will begin accepting applications Oct. II for its annual Christmas Basket/Tree -of- Hope Program. Fhe holiday program is one of the most visible ser vices provided by the center, said Hill Turner, VIC board chairman. "We expect this year to be an occasion even bigger than last year. Inquiries have already started com ing in. "The need can be overwhelming if you allow your self to dwell on it," Turner said. "But we're confident that when we look back on it, the response of people all across the county will be as terrific this year as it has in years past." Applications will be accepted through Nov. 19. For families with children under IS and senior citi zens over 62. special decorator tags will be made and distributed to banks, churches, clubs and other organiza tions who have erected Christmas trees and are partici pating in the Tree-of-Hope Program. Information on the tags will include first name, age and sex of the recipient and a "special wish" for a gift. Customers, clients, church and organization members will select tags from the tree and attach those tags to gifts. Pete Barnette. VIC executive director said gift recip ients must meet federal income qualifications and must have Social Security numbers for all family members except children under one year old. "An application will not be completed unless the ap plicant comes prepared with Social Security cards or number for every person in the household over one year. Should that occur, the applicant will be required to post pone completion of the application until such time that he or she does have all cards or numbers," Barnette said Barnette said the VIC staff and board members are ready lo provide details to local organizations wishing to sponsor a Tree-of-Hope, "adopt" a family for Christmas or become program volunteers. VIC officers are Turner, chairman; Michael Rhodes, vice chairman; Susan Gibble.-treasurer; and Bill Willetts Jr., secretary- Directors are Vi Andrews, Anne-Marie Bellamy, "Bobby" Brown. Brenda Grissett. Paul Hern andez. Mark Lewis, Ola Lewis, Libby Madison, Norma^ Melton, the Rev. PD. Midgett HI, Millie Muitow, Vernon Parker, Brenda Register and Percy Woodard. The organization's offices are open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. and are at the intersection of U.S. and N.C. 211 beside Supply Baptist Church. For more information, call 754-4766. Seniors Enjoy Concertina Music By Johnny Gavlik Johnny Gavlik of Holden Beach recently entertained diners at the Shallotte Senior Center on his 48-year-old Pearl Queen concertina. Gavlik, who also lives in Yadkinville, is a Minnesota native. He served with the Marines in World War II in New Caladonia, Samoa. New Hebrides. Tulagi and Guadalcanal. He was in the U.S. Marine Raiders and was on the Russell Islands. He is retired after 32 years as a U.S. Department of Agriculture meat inspector. He received a certificate of appreciation from former Governor Jim Martin for "dedication and devotion" in providing volunteer services. IJARD Vc/ ? >. >101^ ?T'h Barrett Yard Honored %v*4rt! ?#U - PHOTO CONTRIBUTED The Holden Beach Beautification Committee selected the yard of Horace and Gloria Barrett , 1149 Ocean Boulevard West, as yard of the month for October. The yard is landscaped with palm trees, vin ca, pansies, geraniums and lantana. R & R Foundation Plans Disney World Trip The R & R Foundation, a nonprofit education and recreation foundation benefitting children, will sponsor a trip to Disney World Nov. 24-27. The package will include three days and two nights' accommodations, tickets to all parks ? Magic Kingdom, Epcot and MGM Studios ? and bus fare. Cost of trip will be $165 per person. There will be no charge for children 3 and younger. A $50 deposit is due by Oct. 15. The bus will leave Brunswick County Wed.y night. Nov. 24. at 1 1:30 p.m and return Nov. 27. For more information, call Rettie Godwin at 287 6790. Logo Contest Deadline Extended / The deadline to enter the North Carolina Oyster Festival logo con test has been extended until Tues day. Oct. 12. Designer of the logo chosen to represent next year's festival will win SI 00. Professional and amateur entries are welcome. They must he 8 inches by 10 inches and in color. The art must include the following words: 14th Annual North Carolina Oyster Festival. October 14 & 15, 1994. South Brunswick Islands. NC. Also, artists must include their name, ad dress and phone number on a sepa rate sheet of paper accompanying their entry. "It is the intention of the Oyster Festival Committee and the South Brunswick Islands Chamber of Commerce not to alter the winning logo in any way," a chamber news release states. "The design will be used in promoting the 1994 N.C. Oyster Festival. All submitted entries will be dis played at this year's festival coming up Oct. 15-16 at the intersection of N.C. 904 and 179. The Oyster Festi val hosts around 20,000 people for the two-day event. It offers a variety of arts and crafts exhibits, a mixture of food vendors ? including seafood ?and entertainment. Festival-goers will have an oppor tunity to judge the entries and choose the logo they feel best repre sents the festival. Entries should be sent or deliv ered to the South Brunswick Islands Chamber of Commerce, P.O. Box 1380. 4<MK Main St.. Shallotte NC 28459. For more information, call the chamber office at (919)754-6644 or toll-free at 1-800-426-6644. CENTIPEDE SOD Gressette Sod Farms 1-800-444-2993 FLORENCE, SC CO Friday Nights at Shallotte Moose Lodge Doors open 6:15 pm Games begin 7:00 pm Minimum "buy-in" $5.00 Maximum pay out $250 (will increase as participation warrants) ? Smoke-free air system ? Snacks available No children under 12 Shallotte Moose Lodge (#710) Hwy. 130, Holden Beach Rd Shallotte ? 754-4921 ccimn & Reny's tiny Old Thing Invite you to a special "Cairn Gathering." Guests of honor are Rich and Penny. Mr. Tim Hull from CAIRN STUDIO, LTD., will be present to answer your questions and introduce you to the Wonderful World of CAIRN COLLECTIBLES. RICH #5179 (January. 1992) Rich loves to tell jokes. When his friends hear his jokes, even the corny ones, they laugh and say, "Oh, that's /O, Rich!" Some- /? ,. A times it's ' Rich who laughs the hardest of all. Imagine his de light when he asked Penny, "Are those my dimes?" and she answered, "No they're Penny's!" Because Rich is such a happy person, he has lots of friends He has no coins, for he judges wealth differently. He a not joking when he says, " As long as 1 have Penny, I"m rich!" (INTRODUCED 2/93) (INTRODUCED 8/93) PENNY #5180 (January, 1992) You may think these coins are yours but they're not, they are Penny's! She also has several peanuts on her base, because some peo ple consider pennies to be just peanuts. She was very surprised when she saw this windfall, and her friends said, "Your're a lucky Penny!" Penny is a sweet person who likes to share her luck with others, so she leaves her coins on sidewalks and in the grass for children to find. She loves to listen to Rich's jokes and see the eryoyment he gets from making others laugh. But Rich never teases when asked about his one true love "Penny? Oh, Penny's from heaven!" "Rich" the third Figurine and "Fenny" the Fourth introduction, in a NEW SPECIAL SERIES, will be available for purchase-only-during this special event. Come meet "Rich" and "Penny", exchange gnome stories and be one of the lucky few to add these two delightful wood spirits to your collection (Hint- Rich will retire to the Gnome^Forest as of Mar. 31, 1994 and^ Penny may become ** Auntie Penny. ). A retired Tom Clark art work will be given to a customer attending this event ! 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