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Calabash Elks Officers
PHOIOS CONTRIBUTED BY JACK ZlfFCl
Elks Lodge 2679 of Calabash and its ladies auxiliary installed new officers March 27 in a ceremony at
tended by 125. In photo above, new Elks officers for 1994-95 are (rear, from left) Al Storm, inner
guard; George O'Connell, esteemed lecturing knight; A'.C. Anderson, exalted ruler; Tim Hamilton, es
teemed loyal knight; Les Whaley, tiler; (front) Francis Lynch, secretary; Skip Smith, esteemed leading
knight; George Bissett, chaplain. Not pictured are trustees Albert Decker, Frank Whitman, James
Rochel, Leo Jarmisz and Jack Ziefel. In photo below, auxiliary officers installed are (rear, from left)
Mary Soorigian, parliamentarian; Kay Timmerman, historian; Gerri O'Connell, secretary; Marie
U landa, vice president; (front) Dorothy Huff, chaplain; Janet Polizzotti, treasurer; and Gloria Foster,
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Scheduled At Ail 6 Schools
Kindergarten registration for chil- tary. May 9-13. 8:30 a.m. until 3:30
dren in who will be entering kinder- p.m.
garten or first grade in the Bruns- Registration should be at the
wick County school system for the school within your district.
first time will be held at all six pri- Requirements for registration in
mary and elementary school. elude the following:
The schedule is as follows: Bchild must be 5 years old on or
Lincoln Primary : April 18, 8:30- before Oct. 16. 1994:
II a.m.: April 19, 12:30-2:30 p.m.; Ba certified copy of the child's
and April 20,8:30-11:30 a.m. immunization record, signed by the
Union, Waccamaw and Supply family doctor or health department.
Elementary: May 2-6, 8:30 a.m. must be presented;
until 3:30 p.m. Bchild must have a Social Se
Southport and Bolivia Elemen- curily number.
YWCA Extends No
Ihe nominations deadline for the
YWCA Cape Fear Women of
Achievement program has been ex
tended until Monday, April 11, ac
cording to a YWCA news release.
Categories are the arts, business,
community service, education, en
trepreneur, government, human ser
vices, industry, professions, sports
/recreation and teen leader. The teen
leader award includes a $ 1.5(H)
Nominating materials may be re
quested from the YWCA by calling
(910) 799-6820 or coming by the
YWCA at 2815 S. College Road,
Wilmington NC 28412.
The recognition event will be
Is Movie Of Month
"Undercover Blues" is the Bruns
wick County Parks and Recreation
Department's movie of the month. It
will be shown in three locations
across the county.
The film will be shown April 27
at 1 p.m. Town Creek Township
Park, April 28 at 12:30 p.m. at the
Sea Trail PDA Building, and April
29 at 7 p.m. at the Southport Com
"Undercover Blues" is a family
movie rated PG. Popcorn and drinks
will be provided, and everyone is
Thursday, May 26, at the Wilming
ton Hilton with a reception and cash
bar at (i p.m. followed by dinner at
6:45 p.m. Tickets are $30 and are
available for purchase at the YWCA
or by maii.
BBQ Dinner Set
For Ray Evans
A benefit barbecue pork and
chicken dinner will be held for Ray
Evans, cancer patient, Friday and
Saturday, April 8 and 9, at the
C'ivietown Fire Department on
Holden Beach Road.
Serving will begin at 11 a.m.
Plates will cost $4 each.
A volunteer training session
will be held by Brunswick Bud
dies April 13 and 14 from 6 p.m.
to 9 p.m. in Southport.
Both sessions will be held in
Room 133 of Brunswick Comm
unity College's Southport cam
pus on North Lord Street. Vol
unteers can register at the door.
Brunswick Buddies is a volun
teer program that matches adult
role models with youngsters who
are in trouble with the court sys
For more information contact
Bob Hayes at 754-3355.
Dogs & Cats
Heated & Air Conditioned
1403 Makatoka Rd. NW
PHOTO BY MARTHA HANNON
Joint Yardwork Pays Off
Hilt and Molly Cox of 2 Mashie Court received the April Yard of the Month Award from the Carolina
Shores Garden Club. Landscape care is a joint effort for the Coxes; Hill tends to the grass while Molly
takes care of the plants. Plantings of palms, evergreens, dogwoods, azaleas, hollies, gardenias and cac
ti are complemented by statuary and a sweeping semi-circular drive.
Ocean Trail Asks For New Addresses
Ocean Trail Convalescent Center in Southport is This year's volunteer dinner will be held Friday,
seeking up-to-date addresses for individuals, church April 22, from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the nursing home.
croups and other organizations who have volunteered . . . .
f, 1 . e Our volunteers are very special people and we
there during the past year. , ,, ... . .
?tn. b ? 1 1 . . . . . "on 1 wan' I" leave anyone out. said Linda Barr. activi
1 ne nursing home wants to have an accurate invita- j j:rccto
tion list for its upcoming volunteer recognition banquet,
and is concerned it may not have on record all address Volunteers are asked to immediately contact Bair or
changes resulting from the switch to 911 emergency dis- Assistant Activities Director Cindy Kiddie at 910-457
patching. 9581, Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Glass Yard Selected
PHOTO BY RACHFl HARMON
The Holden licach Beautification Club has selected the yard of Mildred Glass of 124 Starfish Drive as
yard of the month for April. The yard features azaleas and pansies in bloom.
Judy Westman Scholarship Fund Dinner
Friday, April 15
Sea Trail Plantation Pavilion
Judy Westman is a currcnt member of Seaside United Methodist
Church and is attending Duke Divinity School full time. All
money will go to a fund to buy books.
PIG PICKIN' & FIXINS' <
Live Entertainment /?
$5.00 per person
$3.00 per child (ages 6-12)
Children under 6-FREE
For tickets contact:
Seaside United Methodist Church
1300 Seaside Road SW, Sunset Beach
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HOUSE SPECIAL: Bouillabaisse "Little River" Our Chef, Robert Van Lienden a native of Holland who worked several years in Marseille,
France could not resist to offer this famous creation, he considers the ultimate
Veal, Chicken, Beef & Lamb for fish and seafood lovers. $16.95
\Aao1 151" Wal Cutlets Saute with Mushrooms ill Marsala Wine Sauce, Vegetables 1 o , . t r
iviarsaid fcPo.a.ocdujoo, Treasures of the Ocean from our own Docks
Veal "Archiduc" vkaicu,ims,u,.w,u,si^^,^o^s.u?.v^??bi?? 12.95 Filet of Flounder Amandines Sjmc w,,h "<"r" ',nd $10.95
Veal "Marengo" ?.peohws. whhc 10 95 Poached Filet of Flounder "Veronique" '^c 12.95
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Roast Rack of Lamb Fresh M.m Sauce. Vegetables & Potatoes du Jour 16.95 DdKCU rreWI VJlUUJJCI rdpillOUC Shallots. Mushr?>oms 14.VU
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Baked Stuffed Shrimp P,pPa,rd w,,h Ucsh 1 umP Grabmeat but the ingredients are as secret ] A 95
Mignon Sauce Beamaise, Vrgrtables & Rnatoesdu Jour ] ^ 95
Eastern Shore Maryland Crab Cakes w*r,'iw"and '*><??<>"Ju J">? Washington and b,.i. imore favorite) 12.95
Chicken "Robert" ?atrn?,e!^ 10.95 Fresh Soft Shell Crabs 14 95
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