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The Brunswick beacon. (Shallotte, N.C.) 19??-current, November 11, 1993, Page PAGE 5-B, Image 19

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CLUB BRIEFS Bird Club To Hear Frank Nesmith November 17 Frank Nesmith of Sunset Beach. "Mr. Bird Island," will speak on the history and future of Bird Island at the November meeting of the Brunswick Bird Club. Nesmith conducted tours of the island beach this summer on behalf of the Bird Island Preservation Soc iety, a nonprofit organization work ing to raise money and gain support for public acquisition of the island as a natural preserve. Privately owned. Bird Island is located just west of Sunset Beach on the North Carolina-South Carolina border. The Brunswick Bird Club meets Wednesday, Nov. 17, at Atlantic Telephone Membership Corp. on N.C. 130 West, Shallotte. Anyone interested in nature and the environ ment is welcome. For more informa tion call Marcia Waning at 579 9474. Kiwanis Organizes The new Kiwanis Club of South port-Oak Island was officially orga nized recently and meets weekly Tuesdays at 7:15 a.m. at Sea Captain Restaurant in Southport. A charter night dinner is planned in January. Officers of the group are Gloria Talley of Southport, president; Peter Wyckoff of Southport, vice presi dent; Brian Station of Southport, treasurer; and Steve Heffner of Cas well Beach, secretary. The new club is sponsored by the Wilmington Kiwanis Club. Member meet weekly for fellowship, inspira tional programs and summary re ports of club activities. Kiwanis' purpose is service to youth and the elderly, community and nation. Some clubs sponsore Key Clubs in local iiig'u acnools or Circle K clubs in colleges. Membership is open to men and women who work or live in the Southport-Oak Island area. They may apply ai any tegular breakfast meeting or by calling Hcffner at 278-1172. Elder Care Focus Care of the elderly will be the fo cus when the Calabash VFW Post No. 7288 Ladies Auxiliary meets Monday, Nov. 15, at 7 p.m., with a guest speaker and film on the pro gram. Speaking will be Virginia Bel lamy, a retired public health nurse who serves on the Bruns.County Nursing Home Advisory Board. The film that will be shown was created through the cooperative ef forts of the Cape Fear Council of Governments and WFCT TV in Wilmington. It is the first of its kind in North Carolina to lie used for public education and training for caretakers of the elderly. Veterans Day At VFW Holden Beach Veterans of For eign Wars Post 8866 members and ladies' auxiliary will hold Veterans Day services at the VFW Post home on Sabbath Home Road. The program will begin at 1 1 a.m. Nov. 11. "The public is invited to help us honor all American veterans who have served in every war before and after World War 1, to defend Democracy," said post spokesman Fred Dilley. Services will be held rain or shine. Wcves To Meet The Azalea Anchors, the local chapter of Waves National, will hold its next meeting at Shoney's, Ole ander Drive. Wilmington, at 1 1 a.m. Nov. 13. Officers will he elected. Membership is open to all former, retired and active-duty Navy wo men, Naval Reserve, Waves, Navy Nurse Corps, Coast Guard and women Marines. For more information, call Annie Weir at (919)392-6033. Local Birth Announced Kenneth and Robin Canady of Longwood have announced the birth of a baby girl, Kelsey Layne Can ady. She was born at 5:32 p.m. Oct. 29 at The Brunswick Hospital and is their first child. She weighed 7 pounds, 10 ounces and was 21 inch es long. Grandparents are Mallory and Bonnie Leonard of Shallotte and Ruth and Dailey Canady of long wood. Poppies Aid Vets Lorraine Koch, Buddy Poppy chairperson for Calabash VFW Post No. 7288 Ladies Auxiliary, reports donations of $311 during the group's recent poppy drive. The money collected helps support needy veterans and their families. Above, Koch poses with a basket she decorated using Buddy poppies. THE DOCTORS OF CAROLINA EYE ASSOCIATES ANNOUNCE THE ASSOCIATION OF IGOR WESTRA, MD FOR THE PRACTICE OF MEDICAL & SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF DISEASES OF THE MACULA, RETINA, AND VITREOUS, INCLUDING: Diabetic Retinopathy ? Macular Degeneration Retinal Detachments ? Dislocated Lenses Ocular Trauma ? Macular Holes ? Uveitis Ocular Tumors ? Proliferative Vitreoretinopathy Retinopathy of Prematurity ? Epiretinal Membranes CAROLINA EYE ASSOCIATES 1960 South 17th Street, Wilmington (919) 762-4440 1 15 48th Avenue North, Myrtle Beach (803) 449-6478 Brunswick Hospital, Supply (919) 754-5434 Session Fee s2495 Back In Shall otte In Time For the Holidays 2 DAYS ONLY, Nov. 19 & 20 Experience the excitement of a... PRE PAY SPECIAL $14.95 CJ (portraits sold separately) ^Glamour Portrait Session WE PROVIDE: ?Make-up artistry and -Complete wardrobe, hairstyling by Top props and accessories Professionals -Good for all ages ?20 to 30 pose selections 'Lots of fun Ca// TODAY For An Appointment 754,~7234-Uvr\\tec\ Space Available Presented By * Creative 'pJL<^taA Dimensions and 'Photography A CUT ABOVE C 199?? THE BRUNSWICK BEACON SHALLOTTE LIBRARY TO CLOSE FOR DURATION OF PROPOSED RECONSTRUCTION \ , . . ' - ? _ 1 ? "Friends of the Library" will sponsor a public meeting to investigate alternatives for continuing library services Friday, Nov. 19 at 1:00 p.m. National Guard Armory located on Main Street in Shallotte next to Pizza Hut. Please come and _rr 1 1 -T-_i unci ncipiui suggestions of ways to keep our library open.

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