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Hunt Takes Air Force Course
Staff Sgt. I ukc A Hunt has grad
uated from the Air Force Reserve's
I cadership Development Program.
Hunt is the son ol Richard L. and
Joanne Hunt of Bolivia.
The course provides mid-level
noncommissioned officers with
management and leadership skills
not available elsewhere in Air Force
Reserve training. Subjects taught in
clude problem-solving, communica
tion management, stress manage
ment and military topics.
For one week a month, for two
consecutive months, the students at
tend classes in lieu of their normal
civ ilian job.
Working with more than 700 re
servists. Hunt is a fire protection
specialist with the lM6th Civil En
gineering Squadron, part of the
"Hwh \ir Refueling Group at Sey
mour Johnson Air Force Base in
In civilian life he is employed as a
data collector substitute mail carrier
with the U.S. Post Office at Bolivia
He is a I lW3 graduate of Brunswick
On Dean's List
James Michael Marshall of
Shallottc has been named to the fall
list at N.C. State
he is a senior in
the School ot
graduate u ith
honors in struc
tural engineer- MARSll
ing in the spring class of 1W4. He is
a IW) graduate of West Brunswick
On AS U Dean's List
Kenneth Curtis Blackwood of
Longwood made ihc fall semester
dean's list at Appalachian State
University in Boone.
To make the list a student must be
enrolled for II to 14 hours of acade
mic credit :inil attain a * 4^ gradr
point average, or be enrolled for 15
or more hours of academic credit
and attain a 3.25 gradepoint average.
Blackwood is a senior, majoring
in industrial technology.
Coast Guard Petty Officer 3rd
Class Allen M. Garneau was recent
ly promoted to his present rank and
reported for duty at Coast Guard
Reserve Training Center. Yorktown.
Garneau's wife Kerri is the
daughter of Mrtin J. and Jane
Mickey of Sunset Beach.
A l'W) graduate of LaSalle Ins
titute of Troy. N.Y.. Garneau joined
the Coast Guard in July 1991.
Master Gardener Classes
Start Feb. 23 At Complex
l! you're serious about gardening and interested in
becoming a better gardener and sharing that knowledge
with others, you're a candidate for the Master Gardener
Classes tor the Brunswick County Cooperative
I \tension Serv ice Master Gardener Program will begin
Feb. 23. The class will meet Wednesdays from 9 a.m.
until noon in the extension office at the Brunswick
County Government Center near Bolivia.
Participants wili receive >(> hours til training in all
aspects of horticulture and home gardening.
In return, program graduates, certified Master
Gardeners, will he expected to give back volunteer time
to the program. Along with operating a telephone hot
line. local Master Gardeners also operate a plant clinic
and participate in horticultural research trials, said David
I .. Nash, agricultural extension agent.
Anyone interested in the Master Gardener Program
is asked to call the Brunswick County Cooperative
Extension office at *?) 10-253-4425 for an application and
Fort Fisher's 129th Anniversary
Celebration Scheduled For Jan. 15
Artillery tiring and demonstra
tions of weapons and infantry tactics
will Inuhliuht the 12l)(h anniversary
of the fall of a vital Civil War port at
I on i-isher Saturday, Jan. 15.
From 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. at the
state historic site at Kure Beach, vis
itors can become "artillerists," don
ning a kipi (hat) and coat and help
ing with the hands-on demonstra
tions. according to Inland Smith, as
sistant manager. Staff and volunteers
will present demonstrations of the
Visitors can take guided tours of
the site at 10 and 11 a.m. and 1:30
and 3 p.m.
Until the last few months of the
Civil War. the fort kept the port of
Wilmington open for the blockade
runners that supplied the Confede
rate armies. When the earthen fort
tell after heavy naval bombardment
in January 1865, its defeat helped
seal the tale of the South.
At the site, guests can see various
gun mounts w hich protected the fort.
as well as plaques detailing the last
battle. The Visitor Center features
items recovered from the sunken
Admission is free. For details, call
the site at (919)458-5538. or the
Historic Sites Section in Raleigh at
Fort Fisher State Historic Site can
he reached via terry from Southport.
It is an agency of the N.C. Depart
ment of Cultural Resources.
Brunswick County History
Class To Begin January 1 3
"Brunswick County: The Firsi
2(H) Years. 1704-1964" is the subject
of a local historv class being taught
by local historian Susan Carson be
ginning Thursday. Jan. 13. at 7 p.m.
All areas of the given time period
will be covered, but emphasis will
be on Brunswick County's earliest
davs, Carson said
Classes will be held at the South
port campus of Brunswick Comm
unity College on North Lord Street
and will continue for 12 weeks on
Thursday evenings. Two short field
trips are optional.
Carson said she has collected ad
ditional materials since her previous
class on Brunswick County history.
and former pupils may find the new
course of interest.
Registration will take place on the
Jan. 13 or 20 at the beginning ol the
class period. No pre-registration is
required. There is a small fee for the
course. Carson said.
For more information, call Carson
at 457-6944) after Jan. 9, or the
Southport campus ;it 4S7-6^",4
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GIRL SCOL TS (from left) Diana Anderson, Jennifer Orroek, ('yndi ( rumpler, Patti Lewis and Sarah
Brown organized a Christmas party hosted by Troop \ o. 522 tit which area Girl Scouts brought gifts
for needy children.
Cadettes Eligible For Silver Award
Four members ot Girl Scout
TriHip No. 522 recently finished re
quirements to e;irn the Silver Award,
the highest award possible at the
Diana Anderson. Cyndi Crump
ler. Sarah Brown and Pat!i Lewis or
ganized and led a Christmas party
hosted by their troop lor area Gir!
Scouts, with the assistance ol tioop
member Jennifer Orrock. a Senior
Girls who attended the party
brought unwrapped toys to be given
to needy children through the
Volunteer ?V Information Center's
Christmas project I hey also piayeu
games, ate supper anil broke a holi
day pinata that held candy and
Before earning the Silver Award,
which recognizes service and leader
ship. Cadettes must first complete
three other projects. Leadership.
Dreams to Realin nnl the (adette ( rumple r. She ;ind Marv Lewis an
Challenge patch, ill <>i which in- leaders of the troop, which mceis
vol ve sen ice to others, said I \.i Shallutte Presbyterian Church.
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