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Winners Over 12
Festival By The Sea Halloween Carnival costume contest winners in the 12-and-up category included
(from left) Natasha Locklear, third place ; Crystal Ludlum, second ; Courtney Feldt, first; and Mary
Loflin, honorable mention.
STAFF PHOTO BY LYNN CARLSON
Creative costuming won prizes in the 0-3 age category for these contestants. Pictured (from left) are
Katie Geddes, scarecrow, third place; Joshua Hayes, Swamp Thing, first place; Jessica Hayes, witch,
second place; and Carter Hewett, black widow spider, honorable mention.
State Council Meeting
Six members of the Brunswick
County Extension Homemakers at
tended the 1993 North Carolina
Extension Homemakers Association
State Council meeting recently in
They are Eleanor Hoff, Julia
Bailey. Edith Pigott. Pat Nash, Clara
Schuster and Deraline McAllister.
The event opened with an awards
luncheon at which Carol Cox of Lee
County and Susan Sellers of
Richmond County, both represent
ing the district to which Brunswick
belongs, received awards for volun
Also on the program were a busi
ness meeting, an auction, a legisla
tive breakfast and six "mini-session"
on various topics.
AARP To Meet
Calabash Chapter 3640 of the
American Association of Retired
Persons (AARP) will meet Thurs
day, Nov. 4, at 7 p.m. in the Cala
bash Firehouse on Persimmon Road.
The nominating committee will
present a slate of officers for 1994.
Nominations will also be accepted
from the floor. Election of officers
will be held at the December meet
Following the business meeting,
the group will be entertained by the
Shallotte Wheel and Dealers Square
Refreshments will be served;
guests are invited.
On Nov. 6, from 9 a.m. until 1
p.m. AARP will hold its annual
blood drive at the Calabash Fire
Aiding Big Buddies
A program on a Big Buddy one
on-one volunteer program being
started in Brunswick County
sparked the interest of South Bruns
wick Islands Rotary Club members
at their Oct. 22 meeting.
In the program for youngsters
ages 7 to 17 who are at-risk or al
ready in trouble with the law, men
and women volunteers complete six
hours of training after a background
investigation. Once accepted, they
agree to spend at least four hours a
week for a minimum of one year
with a child who may be difficult,
hostile and hard to love, at least at
Two group activities are held per
year and this is where Rotarians can
help, a news release indicated.
Trash To Treasures
Jean Harris offered creative ideas
on using everyday household items
to fashion beautiful floral arrange
ments at the Oct. 21 meeting of the
Long Bay Garden Club.
The meeting was held at the home
of Carol Roycroft of Shallotte, with
16 members present.
Brierwood Ladies Club members
will gel an early start on the
Christmas season by making and
taking a surprise Christmas craft at
their Nov. 8 meeting at the Brier
The meeting begins at 7 p.m.
Craft kits have been made up by
President Chris Miller and will cost
Members will also be collecting
donations of non-perishable food
items and monetary gifts to con
tribute to the Brunswick Volunteer
and Information Center Christmas
All female residents of Brierwood
Estates are welcome to attend, said
spokesman Alice Micali.
Beachcombers To Meet
The Beachcombers Extension
Homemakers Club will meet
Wednesday, Nov. 10, at 10 a.m. in
the clubhouse at Bonaparte Retreat,
The program will be "Drugs and
Adults ? New' Drugs on the Mark
et," followed by a crime time when
Lucille Kirby will teach decorating
New members are welcome. For
information about attending or join
ing, call Jean Mearns, president, at
Russ To Speak
The Holden Beach Beautification
Club will meet Wednesday, Nov. 10,
at 10 a.m. in the Holden Beach
Mary Russ from the N.C. Exten
sion Service will be guest speaker.
Her topic will be coastal Christmas
All Holden Beach residents are
Member To Be In Show
The Beacomcombers Shell Club
of the South Brunswick Islands will
participate in the N.C. Shell Club
show at the Cape Fear Museum for
its November meeting.
Members are on their own if they
wish to attend, said spokesman Joy
Wood. The museum is at 814
Market Street (U.S. 17 Business),
The show will be open to the pub
lic Friday and Saturday, Nov. 12-13,
from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. and on
Sunday, Nov. 15, 2-5 p.m.
Beachcombers Shell Club mem
bers Louise Mason, Kathy Kakos,
Ruth Hood, Virginia Loester and
Zida Artrip will be exhibiting.
Supper For Seniors
The Holden Beach Senior Citiz
ens will share a "good old country
supper" on Monday, Nov. 8, at 6
p.m. in the Lockwood Folly
Community Building on Stanbury
Seniors living in the Holden
Beach area are welcome. For more
information, call Ann Robinson at
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Top Homemakers Honored
Thelma Dunn (left) of the Boiling Spring Lakes Extension Home
makers Club accepts the 1993 Club of the Year Award from Mary
Russ of the Brunswick County Extension Sen-ice. The award was
given Friday at the annual meeting of county homemakers, exten
sion clubs at Lockwood Folly Community Building. Homemaker
of the Year award went to Jean Mearns of the Beachcombers Club.
Mearns was unable to attend the annual meeting, whose keynote
speaker was local author, historian and teacher Susie Carson.
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Hope Harbor Fling Plans
Include Lunch, Golf, Shopping
The Community Outreach Com
mittee of Seaside United Methodist
Church will sponsor a Nov. 20 fund
raiser for Hope Harbor. Brunswick
County's domestic violence shelter.
The all-day "Hope Harbor Holi
day Fling" will take place at the
Jones-Byrd Clubhouse at Sea Trail
Plantation from 10 a.m. until 2:30
p.m. It will have activities geared to
ward both men and women, accord
ing to Jimmy Love, who is coordi
nating the event with his wife Jane,
as well as Jana Martin, who planned
last year's successful fundraiser.
They are being assisted by Louis
Cilento and volunteers from several
local service organizations.
The group's fundraising goal for
the event is $5. 0(H); last year's event
brought in S2,(KK).
The event will begin at 10 a.m.
with shopping from vendors whose
wares will include fashion jewelry,
leather handbags, golf excursions,
woven goods, security devices and
health information and screenings.
A golf demonstration will follow
Seating for lunch will lie from
11:45 until noon. After lunch, there
will be musical entertainment and a
speech by James J. Gallagher. Ph.D.,
Kenan professor of education at
UNC-Chapel Hill. Gallagher, a well
known scholar in the areas of family
policy and child development, will
speak on "Fathers in the 21st
Also making remarks will be
Kathy Swaim, executive director of
Hope Harbor Home.
A live auction will begin about
1:15, with golf trips, greens fees,
haircuts, leather handbags, fashion
jewelry and other items donated by
Tickets will cost S15 per person.
To order tickets or get more infor
mation. call Jim or Jane Love at
579-4928 or Jana Martin at 579
To Dine Together
On Report Card Day
Shallotte Middle School PTO will
bring parents and teachers together
Nov. 10 with a communal dinner on
"Report Card Day" from 6-7 p.m. at
Turkey and ham dinners with all
the trimmings will be served. Din
ners will cost $5 a plate if tickets are
bought by Nov. 5, and $6 a plate af
ter that date.
For more information, call the
school at 754-6882.
HOLDEN BEACH CAUSEWAY ? 842-4670
Open Til Christmas
Mon.-Sat. 10 to 5
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