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HOME HARBOR HOME board member Carson "Pete" Durham examines a plaque unveiled by Dir
ector Cathy Snaim that recognizes his contributions and those of others to completion of a new re
source center and office at the shelter for victims of domestic violence. Also pictured in the background
is Amy Bland.
Dedication Notes Shelter's Role
In Meeting Needs Of Victims
Approximately 40 people attend
ed the dedication Monday of the
new office and resource center at
Hope Harbor Home, the local shel
ter for women and children who are
victims of domestic violence.
"Brunswick County did this," said
Carson "Pete" Durham of Shallotte
as he accepted a plaque that will
hang in the center recognizing his
role as volunteer general contractor
for the project, and two other part
Those were Janirve Foundation of
Asheville, which contributed
$10,000 that was combined with a
$25,000 low-interest loan from
NationsBank to buy construction
materials, and the North Carolina
Baptist Men. The statewide organi
zation worked with the Rev. Jack
Hancox, board member, and the
Brunswick Baptist Association to
provide volunteers from across the
state to build the center.
We have a $60,000 to $65, (MX)
building that cost us $35,000 be
cause of their help," said Director
Since the Hope Harbor Home
shelter building was dedicated in
1988, the local program "has done
nothing but grow," noted Jean Nel
son, regional director for the N.C.
Council for the Status of Women.
State funding support for Home
Harbor and more than 60 similar
shelters statewide is channeled
through the council.
Last year (July 1992 through June
30, 1993) Hope Harbor added the
state's sexual assault victims pro
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gram lo its roster of services, and
this year, after lengthy start-up ef
forts, it began a program for abused
During the past year, said Dur
ham, an average of 20 women and
11 children have sought shelter and
services at Hope Harbor each
"We are providing a ministry that
is much needed in Brunswick
County," said Hancox, who is board
The celebration coincided with
observance of National Unity Day
against domestic violence in North
Last year in North Carolina 65
women died at the hands of their
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abusers. Nelson noted. Nationwide,
domestic violence is the leading
cause of violence against women be
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BEMC Sponsors Contest For Company Christmas Card
Brunswick Electric Membership
Corporation is sponsoring an art
contest for grades K-X in all Bruns
wick County schools.
Entries will be judged, and the
first-place winner will be considered
for the official Christmas card for
Brunswick Electric Membership
Corporation. The artist will receive a
$50 cash prize. Second-place and
ihird-place winners will receive a
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Art may be in any medium. Sizes
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Saltaire's 3rd Holiday Shop To Benefit Local Charities
The residents of Saltaire Village
will open their third annual Holiday
Shop on Saturday and Sunday. Nov.
6-7. in the Saltaire Clubhouse, be
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Saturday hours will be 10 a.m.
until 5 p.m. Sunday's are noon until
The event benefits numerous lo
cal charities, including the Bruns
wick County Literacy Council,
Hope Harbor Home and the Bruns
wick County Volunteer and Inform
A jurying committee chose craft
ers for this year's event, including
Saltaire residents plus other area ar
"Our crafts are many, with unusu
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O'Hagan. "They include jewelry,
baby clothes, wood carving, many
Christmas items and others ? all
handmade, and all high-quality."
Home-baked goods will also be
Visitors to the Holiday Shop may
buy chances on three prizes, includ
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prize; four tickets to Carolina Opry,
second prize; and two tickets to
Dixie Jubilee, third prize.
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