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DARYL WAYNE TREXLER of Southport (left) receives the 1994
Algernon Sydney Sullivan Student Award from Campbell Uni
versity President Norman A. Wiggins during the university's 1 08th
Trexler Receives Algernon
Sydney Sullivan Student
Award From Campbell
Darvl Wayne Trexlcr of Southport
received the Algernon Sydney Sul
livan Student Award from Campbell
University during the rcceni com
The award is granted "in recogni
tion of fine spiritual qualities prscti
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cording to a university news release.
Graduating summa cum laude
with a degree in business adminis
tration, Trexler has been a Presi
dential Scholar and the first recipi
ent of the First Citizens Bank and
Trust Company scholarship. He has
been a leader in Campbell's Baptist
Student Union and recently led
Bible studies and creative worship
during a BSU mission to Belize.
The son of the Rev. and Mrs.
Vl/n?na Tr*?U> c* ?! -? t- - a
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been heavily involved in the musical
and discipleship programs of his
church. He also has served as resi
dent assistant for the university's
largest male residence hall, Murray
McGee Will Attend State
School Of Science, Math
At East Carolina University
Kenneth Patrick "Kenny" McGee,
a sophomore at West Brunswick
High School, is the only Brunswick
invited to join
the Class of
1996 at the
N.C. School of
served as vice MCGEE
president of the science club and par
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and played junior varsity football.
This summer he will participate in
Summer Ventures in Science and
Math at East Carolina University, a
residential summer program operat
ed by NCSSM for academically tal
"Kenny's always eager to leam;
he's the ideal student," said West
Brunswick English teacher Rita
Lewis. "We're very proud of him."
Kenny, the son of Fred and Wu
May McGee of Supply, was one of
263 sophomores chosen from
among 945 applicants to attend the
residential school for academically
talented 11th and 12th grade stu
dents who show promise of excep
tional development and/or special
interest in science and mathematics.
Admission decisions are based on
factors that include grades, standard
ized test scores, teacher recommen
dations, personal interviews and a
demonstrated interest in science and
Auuuicr VVcs* Brunswick sopho
more, Mark Causey, son of Mark
and Gwen Causey of Supply, is 15th
on the boys' waiting list and stands
a good chance of acceptance too,
The state-supported/public high
school opened in 1980 with the goal
of helping meet North Carolina's
need for responsible leadership in
the development and application of
science, mathematics and technolo
The Class of 1996 includes 119
females and 144 males. Approxi
mately 25.6 percent of the incoming
juniors are minority.
Students iive on the Durham cam
pus at the historic site of the former
Watts Hospital. Their tuition, room
ami uuarii, textbooks, iaboratory
equipment and routine health care
are provided at no cost to students.
PEOPLE IN THE NEWS
South Brunswick Seniors Receive Scholarship
South Brunswick High School se
niors Lee Ann
are among IS
and Light merit
Esgle is the ^
Eugene and Martha Eagle of
Southport. She plans to attend East
Rohde is the son of Michael and
Carol Rohde of
He plans to at
tend the Univ
ersity of Wis
worth $1,5()0 a
ievements. school and community
activities and leadership abilities and
The students were chosen by a
committee of educators and govern
ment. business and civic leaders
from outside CPA L The committee
reviewed applications from 95 stu
dents from the Carolinas. selected
25 students for interviews and
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Applicants must be pursuing a
four-year degree at an accredited
college or university in the U.S.
Each year, up to 15 scholarships are
available to high school students
whose parents are CP&L employees
New Vice President
Brunswick Community College
student Rodney Jenrette was recent
ly elected vice
president of the
Student C ov
ciation at its
ence in New
400 community college students at
tended the conference and partici
pated in the election. NCCSGA is a
statewide association of representa
tives from more than 45 student
government associations throughout
the state. It meets quarterly tor lead
ership training, seminars and com
jenretie. who graduated from
West Brunswick High School in
1993, has a 3.12 grade point average
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Can Now Be Enjoyed At f^ht.
for (inner each MM - al Tamers Restaurant &
Lounge. Serving Each Evening Hi fanning
Sanday, May 8 Open Tuesdays through Sundays (or
Breakfast. Lunch and Dinner.
Brunswick County's most tasteful new courses can
now be enjoyed from 5 unti MO pin each evening.
Announcing new evening hours at Tamers
Restaurant & Lounge at Oran Ridge.
In a comfortable, casual atraaphere, surrounded
fay Lion's Paw and Panther's Run Gdf Links, enjoy a
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in BCC's electronics engineering
technology program. The Seaside
resident is a student senator repre
senting his curriculum program in
BCC's Student Government
James Michael Marshall of
Shallotte was graduated May 14
a bachelor of
in civil engi
neering with an
MARSHALL design. Mar
shal! has joined the engineering con
sulting firm of Dennis Hoyle &
Associate* of Cary
A 1989 graduate of West
Brunswick High School, he is the
son of Jimmy Marshall and Jeanette
Peterson In Program
Dean "Dcedi" Peterson of Leland
was among 41 assistant principals
who participated in the sixth
Assistant Principals' Executive
Program offered by the University
of North Carolina at Chapel Hill's
Principals' Executive Program.
Peterson is assistant principal at
Juiui J. Biair Eicmcntary School in
New Hanover County.
The 19-day program was con
ducted at UNC- Wilmington and was
funded by the N.C. General
Assembly to provide management
training for assistant principals.
Participants study law, curricu
lum, personnel management, com
munications and self-knowledge and
read and discuss books, articles and
case studies assigned by 42 faculty
members. They also write about
their educational philosophy and de
velop a long-range plant to improve
an aspect of their school.
Honored At Bolivia
Bolivia Elementary School has
recognized a teacher, staff member
and volunteer for their service to the
school during May.
Willie Mae Waddell. head custo
dian, and Amy Matthews, kinder
garten teacher, were named Em
ployees of the Month.
Waddell has been a custodian at
the school since 1971. She is a grad
uate of Brunswick County Training
School, which is now South
Brunswick High School. She has
served on the
is an active
Leland and has
Ave children ? Jesse, Collis, Marrin,
Joyce and Valerie ? eight grandchil
dren and three great-grandchildren.
Matthews is a 1993 graduate of
the University of North Carolina at
Wilmington with a degree in ele
mentary education. She participated
in ilic Model Gioiiai intern
Program and later became a kinder
in Bolivia. She
works with the
mittee and is a
member of the
U- fi" M Teacher Sup
W M port Group.
I flfi She lives at
k J Yaupon Beach
MATTHEWS and is a mem
ber of the Single Adult Ministry at
Southport Baptist Church.
Cathy Locklear is the school's
Volunteer of the Month. She is a
weekly volunteer in her daughter's
Locklear is a graduate of North
Brunswick High School and Cape
Fear Community College. She is a
Sunday School teacher at Zion Hill
United Methodist Church.
She is married to Delmus
Locklear, and they have a daughter,
ivey. They live in Winnabow.
Two Brunswick County students
were among 248 seniors in the 13th
graduating class of the N.C. School
of Science and Mathematics.
They arc Allison Keill of Shal
lotte, who previously attended West
Brunswick High School and is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Keill,
and Christine Uoyd of Leland, a
former North Brunswick High
School student and the daughter of
The N.C. School of Science and
Mathematics recruits talented high
school juniors and sealers who
"show promise of exceptional devel
opment and/or special interest in sci
ence and mathematics." It is an affil
iate school of the University of
nrarmo to rtoftor Kufi
Natalie Claire Evans has been
named a United States National
Honor Roll Award winner.
Natalie, who attends First Flight
Middle School in Kill Devil Hills is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steve
Evans and the granddaughter of
Claire and Cleyoo Evans of Ash.
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Achievement Academy yearbook.
Natasha Godwin completed
teacher certification requirements in
May at N.C.
She earned a
average, did her
ing at Forest
tary School in
participated in a job fair that resulted
in several interviews and one em
Godwin was graduated from NC
CU in 1993 with a bachelor of arts
degree in history. She is the daugh
ter of Cary and Bettv Godwin of
PSU Honors Student
wanda Hughes Gore of Ash was
among 95 students making the chan
cellor's list at Pembroke University
during the spring semester.
Students on the list have a grade
point average of 3.7 or higher for 15
semester hours of coursework.
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Begins June 7
A "Quit Smart" smoking cessa
tion program starts Tuesday, June 7,
at The Brunswick Hospital.
Public health educator Jan
Reichenbach will lead the sessions,
which are sponsored by the Bruns
wick County Health Department.
Sessions will be held in the hospi
tal's conference room.
A S2G foe fur luc four-week series
For more information or to re
serve a space, contact the hospital at
/54-?121, Ext. 363.
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