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Studying With A Master
l.ccal dance students recently participated in a tap workshop taught by Savion (timer, whose credits
include co-starrint,; with Gregory /lines in Hroadway 's "Jelly s l ast Jam " and the movie "Tap." He al
so starred on Broadway in "The Tap Dance Kids" and is a regular on television's "Sesame Street."
Pictured are (standing, from left) Tessa hi lly, Chalmers Champion, I 'ullon Walker, Sara Ellis fkneel
ing) Amanda Andrew and Valerie Taylor. Seated in the center is Savion Clover. The students are from
Brunswick School of Dance.
Rotorions Pick Education Theme
I'hc South Brunswick Islands Ro
tary Club has adopted as its theme
"Promoting L xcellence in Education
in Brunswick County."
President James Payne said the
hoard of directors, with input from
the membership, has chosen the slo
gan as a theme which would best de
pict the club's image and goals.
Future fundraising and charitable
donations will locus on education
from the elementary school level
through post-graduate college work.
Congressional candidate Robert
Anderson recently spoke to the
Rotarians' regular meeting at Sand
piper Bay Golf Club. Anderson's
topic was the "unacceptability" of
the Clinton health plan, which he
said will harm small businesses.
Anderson answered questions
from the Rotarians after his speech.
Art Group Meets
The Waterway Art Association
will meet Wednesday. March I ft. at
the Sunset Beach l ire Station.
Plans for the Memorial Day
weekend art show will be discussed.
Members and potential members
are invited to bring a lunch for
shared lime. beginning at 12:.M) p.m.
The business meeting is at 1:30.
For more information, call
C hance Scrantom at 579-2218.
Joint Shell Meeting
The Beachcombers Shell Club of
the South Brunswick Islands will
meet jointly with the N.C. Shell
Club Friday and Saturday. March IS
and l'), ai the Museum ot" Coastal
Carolina. Ocean Isle Beach.
Friday's session, beginning at
7:30 p.m.. will include programs
"Mostly for Beginners." with speak
er John Timmerman, and "Invasion
of Exotic Species." with speaker I)r
Saturday s programs include
"Mostly for Beginners." with speak
er Aithea Murcko. anu Welcome to
Belize," with speaker Ciail Miller.
Ilolden Beach and Shallotte
members are being asked to bring
refreshments on l-riday and Ocean
Isle and Sunset Beach members, on
Contributions are being sought
for door prizes
Awards will be given Friday for
the best photo of the group's trip to
Cape Lookout anil on Saturday, for
the "find of the day '
Logan To Speak
Brunswick County Ifmcrgencv
Management Coordinator Cecil
Logan will be guest speaker for the
March 14 meeting of the Brierwood
The meeting begins at 7 p.m. in
the Brierwood Clubhouse.
Ixigan recently returned from a
national seminar on hurricanes and
will share the latest information, ac
cording to club spokesperson Alice
All female Brierwood residents
RSP Raising Funds
Brunswick County Retired School
Personnel are raising funds to imple
ment a college scholarship for local
During March the members are
s[ionsoring a S2(M) shopping spree,
lor donations of SI each. Tickets
may be obtained from any RSP
A drawing will be held at noon
April 1 in the parking lot of the
Si//iin Sirloin Steakhouse in Shal
lotte. Donors do not have to be pre
sent to win.
Lions Plan Barbecue
The Ix'land I.ions Club will hold
a barbecue Saturday. March I1),
from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m. at the
Ix'land Volunteer l ire Department.
Plates are $4 each; delivery is
available on orders of 1(1 plates or
lb arrange delivery, call (VI0)
371-2727 Saturday before 11 a.m.
Waves Meeting Set
The Azalea Anchors, Wilmington
< 'hapter of Waves National, will
hold their next meeting Saturday.
March 12. at II a.m. at the Club
House Apartments, Cypress Point
Apartments, College Acres Drive,
Robert Angelli. representative for
Veteran Affairs, will be the speaker
and will discuss "issues of vital in
terest to women veterans," accord
ing to a Waves news release.
Women veterans of the U.S.
Navy, Coast Guard. Naval Reserve.
Navy Nurse Corps and Marines arc
welcome to attend
Pageant lo Benefit School, Hope Harbor
Ashley Summerlin. Miss Greater
Brunswick County, will present the
opening number in the North Caro
lina Brunswick Isle Benefit Pageant,
a fundraiser for Hope llarhor Home
domestic violence shelter and
whichever public school enters the
Ihe pageant is scheduled for
March 2(> at 5 p.m. at Supply l.le
mentarv School, with local radio
personality Marty Callahan as mas
ter of ceremonies.
Admission will be $6 per person,
with children and 3 admitted free.
Union. Bolivia, Supply and
South|Nirt schools will be competing
for a monetary award. Seven queens
will be crowned in age divisions
ranging from 3 to 23 years.
Older girls will be escorted by
models from SMC Talent and
Modeling Agency in Wilmington.
Younger girls will be escorted by
students Joshua Knight and Kevin
Entertainers will include Nikki
Byrd. N.C. 'I iny Miss Fourth of July
and the Greater Brunswick Queens
?Little .Miss. Natalie Tyner: Junior
AND ' V'
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HARBOR SQUARE PLAZA
Across from Hard?'s
LITTLE RIVER, SC
Stanley. Junior Miss Brunswick
County Princess; Tiny Miss Black
Pearl. Chalmers Champion; Branch
Harrison. Little Miss Port City; and
"The Vettes" dance group.
lor more information, call Donna
Byrd. director, at 57M-2K32.
Choice Of BBQ
At Sunset Harbor
Barbecued chicken or pork din
ners will be sold Saturday. March
12, from noon until 5 p.m. at the
Sunset Harbor /.ion Hill Volunteer
I ire Department.
I.ach $4 dinner will include pork
or chicken barbecue, potato salad,
ASHLEY SUMMERLIN hak1t'd beans "ll1l foleslaw.,
lo arrange delivery, call the lire
Miss, Lrin Holder), 'leen Miss, Kelly station Saturday 10 a.m. or later at
Cirdlin; and Little Miss Brunswick S42-9449.
( ounty Maleta Murray. Drawings lor door prizes are also
Also scheduled to perform are planned, said Shirley Hanson.
Brittany Babson. Brunswick School flic station is located on Sunset
of Dance. I ire and Ice ('loggers, in Harbor Road off N C. 211 south of
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OPTIMIST CLL'B OFFICIALS include (from left) l.es Craft, vice president; Carolyn Craft, board of
directors member; Joe Core, president; and Tammy (litre, secretary.
Optimist Club Earns Top Honors
The Optimist Club of the South Brunswick Islands 93 year was Joe Gore.
has earned the Honor Club Award from Optimist "This award exemplifies the highest level of service
International for its community and youth service efforts by an Optimist Club to its community," said John K
for the year ended Sept. 30, 1993. Reel, 1992-93 president of Optimist International. "My
The Honor Club Award recognizes the club for sincere thanks and congratulations go out to this club on
achieving levels of excellence in youth serv ice projects, this great accomplishment."
membership growth, club administration and other ar- Optimist International includes 15X.(XH) members in
eas. Serving as Optimist Club president during the 1992- 4,300 clubs.
To Wed April 8
Lois Jean Culler and William Samuel W hite will be married April
H at 6 p.m. in Ocean Mew Pentecostal Free Will Baptist Church.
Friends and family of the couple are invited.
Painting classes sponsored by
Brunswick Community College and
taught by Terry Sellers Buckner will
begin March 15 in the West Bruns
wick High School art room.
Classes will take place on
Mondays and Tuesdays from b-9
p.m. Fee for the 1 ((-session course is
S35. Registration will be open
through March 22.
Instruction is open to artists at all
levels working in any painting medi
For more information, call the in
structor at 754-7M14.
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