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Sugar Sands Winners
Frank and Ray Lamoy art June " Yard of the Month " designees for the Sugar Sands section of Sea
Trail Plantation. Their yard is neatly landscaped with m front entrance gardsx featuring a small foun
tain highlighted by a variety plants and flowers, including petunias , pansies and marigolds.
Elks Ladies Donate $ 7,200
Calabash Elks Lodge Auxiliary
2679 hac aor??<j Ja pTO"
cccds of its May 18 "Spring Fling"
to community organizations.
Tbe successful event raised
$1,241.86, to be disbursed by chair
person Pati Lewellyn as follows:
? Calabash Volunteer Fire De
? Calabash Volunteer Emerg
ency Medical Service, $100;
? Ladies Auxiliary Nursing
Scholarship Fund, $241.86;
? State Elks Boys Camp,
Cerebral Palsy Program, $400;
? Men's Elks Scholarship Fund,
? Elks local Little League Team,
? Brunswick County Drag
Abuse Resistance Education
(DARE) Program, $200.
Sponsors say they want to make
the Spring Fling an annual event.
The second annual Calabash
BPOE Ladies Auxiliary "Ladies
Only" Golf Tournament is scheduled
for Aug. 20.
Applications are available at the
Elks Lodge or by calling Mary Lou
Thylor at S79-90S0, or Pad Lew
ellyn at 579-3463. The tournament
will take place at Sandpiper Bay
Gotf Club, with all proceeding going
toward nursing scholarships.
president of Samuel Swann Chapter,
Colonial Dames of the 17th Century,
attended the society's recent state
conference in Salisbury.
She was accompanied by Gwen
Causey of Supply, Theodocia Mus
sel white of Shaliotte and Treasurer
Elizabeth Betz of Cedar Point
The delegates presented reports
on conference business June 11
when the chapter held a luncheon
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MARY LOU WHITE (left) of
hi/ Swtwn Chapter, Colonial
Dooms, joins post pnsUomt
Theodocia MmssetwhUe of
placed im Swansboro's riverside
meeting in Cedar Point They also
told of the state society's dedication
of a historic marker honoring Native
Americans at the Elizabeth 11 site in
The members gathered in Swans
boro's Bicentennial Park to observe
the seventh anniversary of the chap
ter's dedication of a historic marker
honoring Samuel Swann, who lived
in New Hanover County in the early
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new clothes from
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PEOPLE IN THE NEWS
Johnson Participates In Reading Exams
Mclba Johnson, an English in
structor at West Brunswick High
School in Shaltottc, participated
June 10-16 in the annual reading and
scoring of Advauced Placement
( AP) examinations in English.
The AP program, sponsored by the
College Board, gives high school stu
dents a chance to take coUege-level
courses and exams and, based on
their exam performance, to receive
credit and/or advanced placement
when they enter college. Johnson
teaches junior and senior year AP
clases and has taught in Brunswick
County Schools for six years.
The AP Reading allows school
and college educators to exchange
ideas and fosters professionalism
within the discipline, according to a
As a resuit of her participation as
an AP exam reader, Johnson will as
sist in conducting a workshop for
AP English teachers June 27-30 at
Pembroke State University.
Adldns On Jarvis
Coast Guard Petty Officer 3rd
Class Richard S. Adkins recently re
ported for duiy aboard ihc Coast
Guard Cutter Jarvis, home ported in
He is the son of Barry S. and
Donna K. Ad kins of Spikerush Trail,
Souihport and is a 1991 graduate of
Fork Union Military Academy at
Fort Union, Va. He joined the Coast
Guard in Aug. 1991.
Diana Payne of Ash is
House of Lloyd
for their sales
She has re
turned from a
training trip to
qualified for the
PAYNE abroad as a rep
resentative for Christmas Around
the World. The week-long trip in
cluded meetings and workshops
with other sales representatives and
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