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University Honors Lists
F<ftecn Iiv si students were among
4.375 Fast Carolina Urmersitv stu
dents earning academic honors dur
ing the fall semester.
Named to the dean's list were
Robin Christine Hewett, daughter ot
K.i\ I and Christine E. Hewett ot
Shallotte. and Karen Evellena Jones,
daughter ot Charles C. and Evelena
I Jones of Winnubow.
Dean's list siudents have earned a
B-plus average ss ith no grade below
Honor toll students. those with a
B average and no grade below C',
?Phillip Adam Chase, son ot
Bennie Sue Jenson of Sunset Beach;
?Shen\ I ynti Fields, daughter ot
William i>. and Shel.i J Fields o!
? Fr.K \ I \ nn Haddock, daughter
ot William B. Haddock of I eland;
?Cilad\s I .item.i Hankins.
daughter ol Lasalle anil Elloise
Ilunkins of Bl'lo ia.
? lulienne Bailc\ Ha\s. daughter
ot Robert N and Barbara C" Gray ol
? l isha Jones, daughter ol Robert
and Pearleno Jones ol I eland;
?Michael Darren MeKeithan, s(<n
ot I lo\dH and Janet I). MeKeithan
?Man I li/aheth Neill. daughter
of Robert B. and Mary M. Neill of
Oee.m Isle Beach:
?William Brandon Vannoy, son
ot Susan Cromartie Da\ is ot Cas
u ell Beach:
?Donald Karl Warren, son of
Donald i\ and Glenda Rose Warren
?I -irrie Robin Wilson, daughter
ot Robert I., and Nancy J Wilson of
?Martin Randall Wilson, son of
Patricia L. Kelly of Yaupon Beach.
Trish Mims Cited
Trish Minis, administrative assis
tant at Bolivia llementary School,
w as voted em
ployee of the
month tor Nov
lege in Ontario.
Canada, and has
worked with the
e x c e p I i o n a I
children's pro- MIMS
grant, Du Pont and American Ex
press in Canada.
Minis lives in Wilmington with
her son Christian and daughters Toni
Wofford College junior Rebecca
Wood is traveling through I ngland
and Ireland during Wofford's
A biology major. Wood is the
daughter of Judith A. Wood of
Fairway Drive. Shallotte.
The travel project is a cultural
tour of England and Ireland with
emphasis on literature and history as
well as art. architecture and music.
In addition to London, there will lx
day trips to Canterbury anil Oxford.
In Ireland, there will be Dublin as
well as an extensive tour ol the west.
The interim is the segment of
Wofford's annual curricular program
conducted during four winter weeks
between the fall and spring semes
ters Students may choose from on
campus seminars with faculty mem
bers. career-oriented internships,
off-campus travel anil study pro
jects. or they may design their own
independent research study project
undei the direction of a faculty
Kep Dewey Hill. 0- 14th District,
has been appointed to the
Legislative Research Commission's
Studs Committees on State
Personnel and Temporary
the State and to
W a r e h o u s e
ment was made
by N ( Speaker
of the House
Daniel T. Blue
Jr. Hill also
serves on the lltl.l.
Business and Labor Committee
Subcommittee on Labor Relations
anil 1 ni ploy men t; the Agriculture,
Finance and Public Utilities
Committees; and the Rules.
Calendar and Operations of the
He filed for re-election to the
N.C. House of Representatives on
CFCC Honor Students
Cape Fear Community College
li.is announced its honor rolls for the
fall 1993 quarter.
The following Brunswick County
students were named to the presi
dent's list. v\ith a grade point aver
age of 4.0. or straight A's:
John G. Stewart and Fawn M.
Howd. both ol Winnabow; Janice ().
Harrison ol Southport; Stephanie I).
Walk ins and Yvonne M. Powers,
both ol Long Beach; and Kimberly
D. Brown. knsti I Brown. Sharon
B. Creech. Loleita D. Graham.
Wendy W. Herker. Sheryl L. Parrish.
Betty A. Rose and Vicki M. Watson,
all ol Leland.
The following students made the
deail's list, with a grade point aver
age ol 3.5 or better with no grade
lower than C:
Karen D. Adams. Judy I. Branch.
Tommy J. Brown Jr.. Michelle A.
Daley. Gary I.. Garst. Jason E?. Gore,
I ildie VV. kirby, James I Loftis III
and Penny B. Long, all of Leland;
Anthony Bennett and James M.
Ilcndrix. both of Long Beach; James
l' Bland of Winnabow; anil Sandra
G. Cox Of Supply; and Robert G.
S/c/y pta of Southport.
Third grade teacher Shelba
Thornton was spotlighted by Supply
Momentary School in December for
ing the use of
StarLab at the
school so that
able to take ad
vantage of this
THORNTON She also
senes as grade level and Science
Department chair and is a clinical
teacher in a special teacher training
program with UNC-Wilmington and
the Brunswick County Schools
Thornton received her bachelor of
science degree in elementary educa
tion from Pembroke State
A resident ot Brunsw ick County
since l')K2. she and her husband
Charles live at Holden Beach, where
she is active at Sabbath Home
On Dean's List
Michael Darren McKcithan of
Shallotte has heen named to the tall
semester dean's list at I ast Carolina
University, where he is a senior in
health science administration.
McKcithan will graduate in the
spring ot IW4 with honors, earning
a U.S. degree in health science ad
ministration with a minor in busi
Me is a I (>N7 graduate of West
Brunswick High School and the son
ol' Lloyd Harold and Diane
McKeithan. He is married to the for
mer Jessica Home of Shallotte.
A photo caption in last week's is
sue ol The Brunswick Beacon incor
rectly identified the two women who
work at the Duke University Ronald
McDonald House in Durham.
Sandy 1'ilden and Marjorie Hardy
work at the house. I .lsie South ol
Calabash coordinates local \olun
teers who support the Ronald Mc
Donald House. The Beacon regrets
C^? 14-?-??-l /mIy i\4/nnir ( It ihi f finrfiar^W
JUU I I IfJKJI I - f\ lOIUf fU l\? vy Ul IIJ V-i vi iui iv^i ou
I lu- Southport-Oak Island Kiwan
is Club received its charter from
Kiwanis International at a dinner
Jan ~ at St James Plantation near
More than 50 Kiwanians and
guests watched as District Gov. Hill
Wirth nt Hi nine presented the char
ter to Gloria Talley ol Southport.
Club member Treadwell Hell of
Southport and a South Brunswick
High School Army JROTC Color
Guard joined visiting Kiwanis offi
cers as program participants.
I.arr\ Sneeden. immediate past
president of the sponsoring
Wilmington Kiwanis Club, present
ed membership certificate to club
Kiwanis is a service organization
comprised of more than 320.0(H)
men and women in more than K.600
clubs worldwide It seeks to foster
fellowship among its members and
to improve communities through
ser\ ice projects.
Woman's Club Meets
The South Brunswick Islands
Woman's Club held its first meeting
of l*W4 at the Sizzlin Sirloin Steak
House Jan. II.
New president Polly Russ estab
lished new committees.
Blood Drive Set
Calabash I Iks Lodge 2(>7M is re
questing public support for its com
munity blond drive scheduled lor
Saturday. Feb. 20. at the lodge. ">37
Cartel Drive, Calabash.
The drive begins ;it ') a.m. and
continues until noon.
According to Elks spokesman
John Ziefel. new regulations permit
people over (>5 to donate blood.
The Shallotte Lions Cluh has
completed its most successful
"White Cane Days" fundraising dri
ve in recent years.
"Collecting $2,300 will enable us
to assist more needy, sight-impaired
[X'ople than ever before." said I ions
President Walt Ruback.
Lions could be seen most week
ends passing out rolls ot mdy and
accepting donations, as w ell as sell
ing raffle tickets to support their
sight projects. "We owe our success
to the many fine folks who con
tributed so generously and the dedi
cation of the members who worked
a lot of lonu hours." saiil chairman
Winners of the drawing were ka>
Dyson and Russel Brown ot
Since the fiscal year began in Jul\
I W.v (lie Shallolle Lions have lur
nished eye examinations and pur
chascd 25 pairs of glasses lor chil
dren and adults.
For information about Lions clubs
in Shallotte and surrounding areas,
contact Mike Blandino at 754-7656
oranv I ions Club member.
Heart Volunteers To Launch
'D ear Neighbor' Camooion
The Brunswick County Chapter
ol the American Heart Association
(AHA) will begin its annual Dear
Neighbor campaign on l eb. 1.
Approximately 1.200 letters will
be circulated in the area appealing to
the generosity ol residents.
All the ettorts ot Heart Associ
ation volunteers arc geared toward
research and education ol people
about health) lifestyles and the pre
vention of heart disease. The re
search done by AHA has resulted in
most of the treatments now used to
prevent anil treat heart disease.
In both IW1 and IW3. Bruns
wick County had the best total Dear
Neighbor drive donations in all of
North Carolina, said Bill Pons, cam
paign chairman. "Last year our vol
unteers raised approximately
S7.IMM1. We are shooting lor $8,(MM)
The chapter needs volunteers
willing to assist in this annual tund
i.iising effort Anyone interested in
giving some ot Ills or her time is
asked to contact Potts at 754-5079
for information on how to help
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