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Two Local Men Are Honored At W hiteville Banquet
Two Shallotte men were honored
for their community and civic ac
complishments during the fourth
Tri-County United Negro College
Fund banquet held Nov. 6 in White
Freeman Cause and Maliston
"Moe" Stanley were among seven
residents of Brunswick. Bladen and
Columbus counties recognized.
Cause has served as director of
special projects for the Brunswick
County Board of Education since
1989 and is pastor of Cedar Grove
Missionary Baptist Church. Me was
principal of Union Primary School
from 1979 to 1986 and the Alter
native School from 1986 to 1989,
and taught science and math from
1959 to 1976.
Stanley has been an owner and
operator of Joe & Moe's Auto Ser
vices Inc. since 1978. He has served
in various administrative positions
in the Brunswick County Schools,
including vice principal of West
Brunswick High School. He has
been a member of the Brunswick
County Board of Health since 1990
and serves on the Brunswick County
Schools' Minority Recruitment Tax
Deploying To Somalia
Marine Cpl. Howard L. Davis and
Cpl. Matthew L. Fenner are deploy
ing to Somalia with 22nd Marine
Expeditionary Unit. Camp Lejeune.
as part of the USS Guadalcanal
Amphibious Ready Group.
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They will join other U.S. forces
ordered to Somalia in response to re
cent hostile actions against Ameri
can and other military personnel
Davis is the son of Chris H. Mey
ers of Shallotte. A 1988 graduate of
Hemingway (S C.) High School, he
joined the Marine Corps in October
Fenner's wife Kelly is the daugh
ter of Bobby Mercer of Shallotte. Ik
is a 1990 graduate of Bladuck
(Minn.) High School and joined the
Marine Corps in June 199<).
Rachel L. Ragsdale of Boiling
Spring Lakes has been named a uni
versity marshal at UNC-Greensboro
for the 1993-94 academic year.
Less than three percent of UNCG
students achieve the honor each
To be selected as university mar
shals, full-time undergraduate stu
dents must be enrolled in at least 12
semester hours of course work.
They also must have completed 30
semester hours and have cumulative
grade point averages of at least 3.65
of a possible 4.0.
The marshals serve as ushers for
UNCG's December convocation for
graduates and for the annual com
mencement program in May. They
also serve as student hosts for other
Lynn Errickson. social studies
teacher for grades 4-8 at The Crary
School in Shallotte. attended the
Sixth Annual N.C. Geographic Al
The N.C. Shell Club will present
its annual competitive shell show at
the Cape Fear Museum Nov. 12-14.
The show includes more than 200
feet of exhibits featuring shells, shell
art and fossils.
The shell show competition will
include some of the oldest shells
found in the Lower Cape Fear. The
giant ruffled oyster, estimated to be
65 million years old, will mix with
modern shells like the North Carolina
state shell, the Scotch bonnet.
Giant specimens, such as Triton's
trumpet, and an assortment of exotic
international shells from African,
Europe, the South Pacific and the
Caribbean also will be shown.
Dealers will be available for col
lectors looking for rare shells.
Show hours are 9 a.m. until 5
p.m. Friday and Saturday, Nov. 12
and 13, and 2-5 p.m. Sunday. The
museum is at 814 Market St., Wil
117 Causeway Dr., Ocean Isle Beach-579-8800
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liance Meeting on Oct. 16 in Bur
She attended seminars titled "The
Problems Faced by the Reunifi
cation of Germany" and "Strategies
for Participation in National Geo
graphy Awareness Week." which is
The annual meeting was a follow
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Alliance Summer Institute held at
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Basic Training Over
Air Force Airman Basic Michael
J O. Schopf has graduated from ba
sic training at
Force Base. San
weeks of train
ing. the airman
studied the Air
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SOIOPF ceived special
training in human relations.
In addition, airmen who complete
basic training earn credits toward an
associate degree through the Com
munity College of the Air Force.
Schopf is the son of Emit D. and
Dorothy K. Schopf of Plantation
Drive S.W.. Ocean Isle Beach. He is
a 1993 graduate of Waverly Junior
Senior High School.
Local NSCU Scholars
Two Brunswick County students.
Christopher S. Byrd and Todd Fran
klin Hayes, have been awarded
scholarships to he used in their stud
ies at N.C. State "University for the
1993-94 academic year.
Byrd. son of Debra and Jack
Byrd, Shallotte. was awarded the
Raymond F. Shearin Scholarship
Endowment. The scholarship was
established through Shearin's will to
provide scholarships for a deserv ing
student in the College of Agriculture
and Life Sciences.
Byrd. a junior, is majoring in zo
Hayes, son of Betty and Durand
Scholar of Liberty Landing Road.
Winnabow. was awarded the BASF/
Tyson Scholarship established by
the Tyson Foundation for students
majoring in poultry science. It is
awarded on the basis of merit.
Jordan Elizabeth l^ane, daughter
of Billy and Donna Lane of CJris
ton Princess last
Saturday at Ro
land Grise Ele
She is the
of Donald and
of Grissettown and Bill and Rulane
Lane of Holden Beach.
The Wilmington pageant was a
preliminary for the State Royal Prin
cess Pageant of North Carolina,
which will be held June 18.
SWF PHOTO BY ERIC CARLSON
Top Volunteer Gardener
Shirley Waggoner-Eisenman of Shallotte receives a certificate rec
ognizing her volunteer efforts as a member of the N.C. Cooperative
Extension Sendee's Master Gardener Program. The 37 men and
women who completed the training and volunteer program gath
ered for a banquet in Bolivia Monday night. Those who complete
the 36-hour course agree to contribute an equal amount of time
helping the extension service's education and advisory programs.
Waggoner-Eisenman donated more than 70 hours to the program,
said Horticultural Agent David Nash (shown at right). He said the
Brunswick County students were "the most enthusiastic group I've
ever worked with."
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A 'Tea- Party' Play
Former Beacon staff member Marjorie Megivern (left) and
Gwenda Williams will star in "Save Me a Place at Forest Lawn, " a
humorous production by Tapestry Theatre Company Nov. 14 and
21 at the Senior Center on Shipyard Boulevard , Wilmington. Both
Sunday productions are at 4 p.m. and will follow sen'ice of tea, cof
fee and gourmet cookies. The characters debate death and friend
ship in the comedy directed by Susan King. Tickets are $6 and
reservations are suggested. Call (919)452-6400 for information or
Leland VRS Raising Funds
The Leland Volunteer Rescue
Squad will conduct its annual family
portrait fund drive for the next sev
eral weeks in cooperation with
Community Support Services of
Golds bo ro.
Families served hv the squad will
be contacted and asked to make a
pledge. Each family pledging will
receive a 10-by- 13-inch Kodak fam
Proceeds raised during the fund
drive will be used for new equip
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