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Rotations Donate Benches
James Payne (right) president of the South Brunswick Islands
Rotary Club, and Milton Iossi (lejl), Rotation Governor of the
District, present two park benches to Shaliotte Mayor Sarah Tripp
for the town. The benches are in Long Park at the corner of US.
17 Business and N.C. 179. The Rotations also recently donated
$350 to the Brunswick County Literacy Council.
Sertoma International Club Forming Here
A local Sertoma International
club is forming to serve the South
Brunswick Islands area.
Organizational meetings arc being
held each Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in
the conference room of the Ocean
Isle Beach Motel at Ocean Isle
Beach, said Jim Wamble. The meet
ings are open to all interested per
Womble, a past president of the
Winston-Salem Sertoma Club, and
Charles G. Smith, past International
president, are spearheading the local
Sertoma International is dedicated
to the purpose of service to mankind
by communication of thoughts,
ideas and concepts to accelerate hu
man progress in health, education,
freedom and democracy. Mem
bership is open to men and women
with an interest in service to others.
While the primary international fo
cus is communication ? speech and
hearing ? dubs sponsor additional
programs that reflect the needs and
priorities of their communities.
Once the local dub is organized,
members will set the regular meet
ing date, time and place, said
Womble, and thfre if a possibility
the dub will meet mornings instead
For more information, contact ei
ther Womble, at 579-9793, or Smith,
Mew Officers Chosen
Sunset Beach Beautification
Committee unanimously elected of
ficers at its recent annual luncheon
at Tuner's Restaurant
Elected were Peggy Smyly, presi
dent; Adele Stephens, vice pies
dent; Edie Hoff, secretary; and
Nancy Nappy, treasurer.
The year's activities were re
viewed by outgoing president
Therese Regan, who also outlined
the projects planned for the remain
der of 1994.
Springtime planting of the town's
40 flower barrels tok place May 17,
and plans are being made for a July
3 concert on the beach under the di
rector of Ginny Barber.
The commit!?? currently is pre
paring a fact sheet of information for
rental homes. The sheet will be pro
vided to homeowners through the
Town of Sunset Beach newsieaer.
jgnfar Cookout Stf
Jean Joyner, director of communi
ty relations for Lower Cape Fear
Hospice, will be guest speaker at the
Holden Beach Senior Citizens meet
ing Monday, June 13, at 6 pan.
The get-together at Locfcwood
Folly Community Building will in
clude a cook out.
All persons over SO are invited to
Miguel Hewett is the South
Brunswick islands Optimist Club
Senior of the Month.
Hewett is a senior at West Bruns
wick High School, where he has
been on the basketball team, Voc
lecti welding and Vocational Indus
trial Clubs of America. He compet
ed in Morehead City in the Regional
Vocational -Technical Competition,
where he piaced second in the weld
He is the son of Deborah HewetL
Union Artists Win
Students of Angie Gingras, Union Elementary School art teacher,
were /bar of the five District 4B women* im the V r wsUKfe
Federation i statewide iompttihuu. Artwork showing North
Carolina wildlife in its natural tiitier was the program subject ,
chosen to encourage students' awareness of their environment.
Pictured (from left) wish their awards are Jason Ward, Erica Gore,
Christine Mffirn and Hal Burddey. Their work, along with eight
other Union entries, will be used to produce a calendar or note -
Our new location is
3004 Holdcn Beach R
/ 1 mile from bridge
Habitat For Humanity Board Forms
A 16 number board of directors has been formed to direct activities of Brunswick County Habitat For Humanity , Inc. The not-for-profit
Christian organization is completing affiliation with Habitat For Humanity International Inc. and making plans to build its first home for
a qualified local family. From the left above are Eric Smith, Bolivia. ; Albert Huff, Winnabow; Randy Hurst, Ocean Isle Beach ;
Chairperson Doreen AUowtty, Shallotte; Vice Chairman Jack Scarborough, Shallotte; Treasurer Keith Forsey, Shallotte; Donald K. Hitter,
Southport; Katharine Shawver, Shallotte; Jim Love, Sunset Beach; Secretary Birdie Frink, Shallotte; Bill Bright, Shallotte; Peggy Stanley,
Ocean Isle Beach. Not pictured are Mary Russ, Shallotte, Isabel Beebe, Boiling Spring Lakes; Jack Hancox, Long Beach; and Renee
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