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Winners 4-7 years old in the Festival By The Sea Halloween Carnival costume contest were (from
left) Blake Atkins, honorable mention; Dawn Clemmons, third place; Amanda Crutchfield, second;
and Shannon Sova, first place. Sixty children from infants to age 12 entered the contests, which were
judged by Sandra Dillon and Ruth Swisher of Winston-Salem and Jerri Carter of Virginia.
Eight- to-11 -year-old winners in the costume contest were (from left) August Kuigre, third place;
Tiffany Fulton, honorable mention; Felix Locklear, second; Vance Denning, first; and Crystal
Hoots , honorable mention.
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Navy Chief Petty Officer! HMC(SW) Steven Wayne Millican (right) H as recently promoted to his pre
sent rank during ceremonies at Camp Lejeune. Assisting at the pinning ceremony was his brother ;
Navy Chief Petty Officer! RMC(SW) John Daniel Millican, who was promoted to his rank at sea
aboard the II SS Paul. Steve is currently serving as senior medical department representative with the
8th Engineer Support Battalion at Lejeune. The brothers graduated from North Brunswick High
School. They are the sons of Eunice Long of Belville and Willie Elbert Millican of San Antonio, Texas,
formerly of Supply.
PEOPLE IN THE NEWS
16 Brunswick Students Named To ' Dean's List'
Sixteen college students from
Brunswick County are included in
the latest annual edition of The
National Dean's List.
They are recognized for achieve
ments in academics or leadership in
school, athletics or community ser
Listed are Judy I. Branch, Sharon
B. Creech, Joy C. Holtz and James
S. Whittington, Leland; Eric B.
Vereen, Yaupon Beach; and Ruby S.
Casanova, Winnabow, all students at
Cape Fear Community College;
Also, Terry D. Gile, Bolivia,
Fayetteville State University; David
E. Batten, Riegelwood, Lee College;
Jennifer L. Chapman, Shallotte,
University of South Carolina at
Columbia; Jennifer A. Hewett,
Supply, and April B. Coggins,
Yaupon Beach. University of North
Carolina at Charlotte; Eleanor
Eagle, Southport, Saint Andrews
Presbyterian College; Julianne H.
Shell, Southport, Western Carolina
University; Gina R. Smith and
Timothy L. Davis Jr., Southport, and
Dorothy C. Johnson, Leland, N.C.
A. & T State University.
Aboard US5 Sumter
Navy Fireman Recruit Dwight C.
Robinson was aboard the tank land
ing ship USS Sumter, homeported in
Little Creek, Va., during the 23
year-old ship's decommissioning
ceremony Sept. 30.
Robinson is the son of Richard C.
and Sarah C. Dobson of Route 3,
During the Sumter's service life it
completed two deployments to Viet
nam, participated in the Multi-Na
tional Peacekeeping Force in Beirut,
Lebanon, and most recently support
ed Kurdish refugees during Ope
ration Provide Comfort. Sumter's
last deployment involved operating
in support of Operation Provide Pro
mise off the coast of the former
Robinson, a 1990 graduate of
West Brunswick High School,
joined the Navy in December 1990.
Gets Seagrass Grant
UNC-Wilmington researcher Dr.
Kimon T. Bird has been awarded a
$240,000 grant for a three-year
study on seagrass propagation.
Restoring seagrass beds, often
damaged by dredging and pollution
in coastal areas, is vital not only to
the local ecology but to the local
economy. Bird said.
Vibrant seagrass t**ds provide
nurseries for baby fish anJ scallops.
Commercial fish spend part of their
lives in seagrass beds. "We will
study ways to propagate seagrasses
to create and restore seagrass beds
through genetic propagation," Bird
The grant is administered by the
N.C. Sea Grant Program.
Marine Lance Cpl. Steven D. En
sminger was prorated to his present
rank while serving with 1st Bat
talion, 1 2th Marines, 1st Marine Bri
gade. Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii.
Ensminger is the son of Jeff D.
and Billie L. Ensminger of Long
Beach. A l'W() graduate of South
Brunswick High School, he joined
the Marine Corps in May 1992.
Nelms Attends Camp
Army Reserve Cadet Russell T.
Nelms received practical work in
military leadership at the Reserve
Officers Training Corps (ROTC)
camp at Fort Bragg.
The camp, attended by cadets
normally between their third and
fourth year of college, includes in
struction in communications, man
agement and survival training.
Successful completion of the ad
vanced camp and graduation from
college results in a commission as a
second lieutenant in the U.S. Army.
Guard or Reserve.
Nelms is a student at Appalachian
State University, Boone. He is the
son of Lt. Col. Robert W. Nelms of
Ocean Isle Beach.
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The Brunswick County Shrine Club
The Shriners Crippled Children's
Hospital Benefit Holiday Show
Tuesday, November 9th at 8:00 p.m.
General Admission Tickets $14.00
For ticket information call the following numbers:
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