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Ash Woman Is
Among SCC ' Everyday Heroes'
Nellie Long of Ash is among
three Southeastern Community
College stu- ^ )
dents CWAIJ- I
nized as "Ever
yday Heroes" at HI
a special J
awards pre sen- w p
tat ion ~ySm\
The program, I JBfc)
in us fourth I Jg |
students who |
face and over
come hardships to reach their goal
of obtaining higher education and
changing their lives through educa
Through a student activity grant
from the SCC Foundation, the col
lege agreed to fund three 1994
awards of $150 cash, along with a
plaque for the winners. This year's
heroes arc single mothers trying to
raise children, work and go to
"Even though my Int in life leaves
a lot to be desired, ! am making the
best sf it," Sdiu Losg, s college
transfer student from Ash. "Life is a
real challenge for me. I take each
day as it comes, and deal with it one
day at a time....! believe that all the
hardships we endure make us
stronger people. 1 also believe that a
keen sense of humor helps mc get
by, too. It is also im^rtant not to
forget to smile."
Each of the eight entrants in the
"Everyday Heroes" program submit
ted a personal account of their expe
rience and were judged solely on
personal accomplishments in over
coming hardships in attending SCC.
Col. Robert J. Sperberg assumed
command of the Wilmington Dis
trict, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
from Col. George L. Cajigal in a
Spcrberg. a 1970 graduate of Vir
ginia Military Institute, assumes
command after serving as the chief.
Colonels Assignment Branch. Col
onels Division, Total Army Per
sonnel rnmnj-sd, Alexandria, Va.
Cajigal 's next assignment is as
chief. Force Modernization Direct
orate, XVIII Airborne Corps and
Honored By Scouts
A1 G. Laughinghouse is a recent
recipient of the Silver Beaver
Award, given to recognize Boy
Scout council vnlttBtMK for their
activities and support.
Laughinghouse has served on the
Boy Scouts of .
tive board for
ten years and is
on tlie Finance
Task Force. He
has served as
man of the
paign for eight
years and has been chairman of the
Brunswick County Boy Scouts Golf
Tournament six times.
He was honored in a banquet fea
turing recognition of both Eagle
Scouts and volunteers from through
out the Cape Fear Council.
Tsykse- To Grewiste
Jeffrey Brian Taylor of Ocean Isle
Beach will be among 375 students
graduating from Coastal Carolina
University during commencement
exercises Saturday, May 7 at the
campus soccer stadium in Conway,
He has earned the bachelor of sci
ence degree in physical education.
Air Force Airman Rayshieta J.
Hewett has graduated from Air
Force basic training at Lackland Air
Force Base. San Antonio, Texas.
She is the daughter of Grace L.
McKenzie and the stepdaughter of
William R. McKenzie of Turkey
Trap Road. Supply. She is also the
daughter of Alonzo Hewett and
stepdaughter of Grade J. Hewett, al
so of TUrkey Trap Road. The airman
is a 1990 graduate of West Bruns
wick High School.
During the six weeks of training
she studied the Air Force mission,
organization and customs and re
ceived special training in human re
Airmen who complete basic train
ing cam credits toward an associate
degree through the Community Col
lege of the Air Force.
To Finish m* Ky
Seven Brunswfck Countians arc
scheduled to be conferred degrees
and certificates of advanced study at
East Carolina University on
Saturday, May 7.
Their names and degrees follow:
? Rachel Christine Boling of
Sunset Harbor, master of science in
? Wanda Cheatham Feldt of Hol
den Beach, master of social work;
? Tisha Jones of Leland, bache
lor of science in speech pathology;
? Patricia Linn Lupton of Cala
bash. bachelor of science in middle
? Michael Darren McKeithan of
Shallotte, bachelor of science in
health information management;
? Michelle Christine Chiharu
Miller of Leland. master of arts in
Chambers, Banks Offering
Blue Crab Festival Tickets
A number of area businesses and
organizations are offering discount
ed advance tickets to the May 14-13
Blue Crab Festival in Little River,
Advance tickets are $2 each for
adults and SO cents each for chil
dren. At the gate, prices will be $3
for adults and SI for children.
Among those offering tickets are
the South Brunswick Islands Cham
ber of Com mere*. Little River
Chamber of Commerce, all area
Anchor Banks, and Southern Na
tional Banks in North Myrtle Beach
and Little River.
The festival wiii offct more than
ISO arts and crafts exhibitors, 30
food booths and continuous enter
tainment on two stages Also fea
tured will be a children's area with a
petting zoo, clowns and more.
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Amateur and professional photog
raphers are eligible to enter the 1994
Year of the Coast photography con
Photos, to be entered by July 1,
should feature North Carolina's
coast on 35 millimeter color slides
or color transparencies. Winners will
ut oimuuiiccu ai a CC?Si*<VidS CSiS
bration this fall, and N.C. Governor
Jim Hunt will receive a print of the
Governor Jim Hunt has designat
ed 1994 as the "Year of the Coast"
to raise awareness of North Caro
lina's coastal resources.
A selection of winning pictures
may appear in "Wildlife in North
Carolina" magazine, which is spon
soring the contest along with the
Year of the Coast Committee.
Fnr more information about enter
ing. call 1(800)232-6210 or write
Year of the Coast Photo Contest,
P.O. Box 4429, Emerald Isle NC
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Jill Ann Hewett of Forest Drive.
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For May 6-7
Lower Cape Fear Hospicc will
hold its third annual yard sale Friday
and Saturday, May 6 and 7, at
The sale will take place from 8
a.m. until 3 p.m. both days.
Baked goods, hot dogs and drinks
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NATIONSBANK'S SCOTT 1RBY (at right) gives gifts to (from
left) AUen Bulak, Robin Heavener and Misty Gore, recognized at
Shallotte Middle School for achievement and good citizenship in
Shallotte Middle Names
Students, Staff Of Month
NationsBank has honored Allen
Bulak and Robin Heave ner as Shal
lotte Middle School's student* of tH?
month for March; Misti Gore was
named student of the month.
The school aiso named ihe fol
lowing students and staff of the
month for March:
? Grade S: David Todd, Jasmine
m Grade 6: Alleo Balak. Kascy
Galloway, Roderick Bryant, Christie
? Grade 7: Jonathan Powell, Eli
zabeth Milligan, Wesley Hickman,
? Grade 8: Noriey Wuods,
Robyn Heavener, Demaris Lance,
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? Exceptional children: Jerry
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? ric- Vocational. JcfT Bcckci,
? Fresch/Baad: Ro*? Moll. Patti
? Choms/Handbells: Jimmy
Gore, Amanua Wilson;
? Physical Education: Jamil
Johnson, Misty Gore;
S Tcachrr Athada Lust -Watson;
? Custodian: Hazel Clemmons;
? Cafeteria: Caroline Ford;
? Office Personnel: Gwen Bur
ckley and Felicia Stanley;
? Bus Drivers: Michael Stanley
and Vcronica Benitz.
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