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"Volunteers In Blue " Perform July 3
The anvrd-winning " Volunteers In Blue " 572nd Air Force National Guard Band based at McGhee-Tyson Air Base near Knoxville , Tenn., returns to Sunset Beach to present an open-air concert 7 p.m.-8 pjn.
Sunday, July J, adjacent to the oceanfront gazebo at the foot of Sunset Boulevard. Sponsored by the Sunset Beach Beautification Committee, the concert will feature a program of patriotic music and marches,
rock and roil, rhythm and blues and audience requests. Admission is free and attendees are asked to provide their own seating.
STAFF PHOTO rr SUSAN USMK
PRESIDENT Martha Jo Hall of the Pilot Club of the South
Brunswick Islands accepts the Silver Service Award from Crime
Prevention Officer Don Gates of the Brunswick County Sheriff's
Department for club support of the Brunswick Bear program.
Pilots Earn Service
Award For Bears
Nouiiug MKJincs a child (ike hav
ing something to cuddle or hug, per
haps a stuffed Teddy bear.
The Brunswick County Sheriff's
Department recently singled out the
Pilot Club of the South Brunswick
Islands to reccive its Silver Service
Award for especially meritorious
That "especially meritorious" ser
vice? Continuing support of the
Brunswick Bear program operated
through the Brunswick County
Community Watch Association. The
program provides the bears to law
enforcement officers to use in calm
ing children who have been victims
of accidents, molestation, violence
or some other traumatic experience.
This year the business and profes
sional women's service organization
purchased approximately 50 bears
for the program, said 1993-94 Pre
sident Martha Jo Hall, who accepted
Holden Beach Veterans
Elect New VFW Officers
Holden Beach Veterans of
Foreign Wars Post 8866 and the
ladies auxiliary recently installed
newly elected officers for the com
Sworn into officc were Claude
Gore, post commander; Charles
"Lucky" Menius, senior vice com
mander; Clarence "Mike" Bishop,
junior vicc commander; Dan Har
mon, post surgeon; Robe..' Strick
land, three-year trustee; Jerry
Marinella, judge advocate; and Don
Auxiliary officers are JoAnn
Gumey, president; Helen Bellamy,
first vice president; Virginia Moore,
secretary; Bertie Callan, treasurer,
June Wright, junior vice president;
and Aileen Spivey, chaplain.
Installing officer was Jim Callan,
past commander, with June Wright,
past auxiliary president, conducting
the ladies' installation.
Child Care Classes Set
The N.C. Cooperative Extension
Service and American Red Cross
will co-sponsor the following class
es at the Extension Service, Agri
culture Building. Brunswick County
? learning About Child Deve
lopment, July 14, 6:30-10 p.m., S9,
3.5 credit hours;
? Caring For IU Children, July
S9, 3.5 credit
20, 6:30-10 p.m..
rea and Parents, July 28.
p.m.. $9, 2.5 credit hours.
Participants are being asked to
pre- register at least a week prior to
cla&s date by calling Pearl Stanley at
English I, II, III, IV
US History I Social Studies Electives
July 1-July 29
( 910)842 6068 J. Williams
For Registration Information
'NC Certified Instructors
'Supervised Through Governor's Office
of Non-Public Schools
PEOPLE IN THE NEWS
Officer Hair Participates In D-Day Observance
Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class
Donald W. Hair, deployed aboard
the aircraft carrier USS George
Washington, ho me ported in Norfolk.
Va., recently participated in the
commemoration of the 50th anniver
sary of D-Day.
Hair is the son of Johnny R. Hair
Sr. of Route 1, Lclsnd.
During the commemoration
Hair's ship visited Portsmouth, Eng
land, and Brest, France. The 1985
graduate of North Brunswick High
School joined the Navy in De
Marilyn Jannell Sawyer of Bruns
wick County was named to the
dean's list for the spring semester at
the University of North Carolina at
The dean's list is made up of full
time students who have achieved a
3 .5 grade point average or above.
Amanda Redwine and Jennifer
Smith recently served as pages for
the N.C. House of Representatives,
sponsored by Rep. David Redwine.
Amanda is the daughter of Rep.
and Jennifer is
the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Ralph
Pages assist members of the
House during committee meetings
and floor sessions.
Eighteen Brunswick County stu
dents were granted degrees at the
end of spring semester at the
University of North Carolina at
Wilmington. They are:
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? Shallotte: Lionel Keith Floyd,
Sandra Bonita Gore Hughes, Ba
rbara Ellen Leonard.
? Sopply: Sandra Hilton Johns
on, Teresa Gayle Royal McCray.
? Ocean Isle Beach: William
Linebaugh Dempscy IV.
? Ash: Ellen Gore Milligan.
? mnnabow: Julie Ann Latta.
? Southport: Rebecca Dale
? Oak Island: Acacia Joy
Croyle, Kristian D'Lee Pulliam.
Cynthia Jane TUlly.
? Leland: Diannc Knox Ballard,
Shelia Jean Greene, Kevin Troy
Jones, Patti Hooks Lee, Jenifer
Diane McLean, Turisa Taylor.
Promoted To Corporal
Marine Cpl. Terry L Tolley, a
1991 graduate of South Brunswick
High School, was recently promoted
to his present rank while serving
with Weapons Company, 2nd
Battalion, 3rd Marines, Marine
Corps Air Station Kaneohe Bay,
He joined the Marine Corps in
NCCU Honor Students
Three Brunswick County students
were recognized for academic hon
ors for the spring semester at N.C.
The A honor roll lists students
who made no grades below A dur
ing the semester. The B honor roll
includes all students who carried a
full course load and earned at least a
B average for the semester.
The dean's list includes only stu
dents in the junior and senior classes
who qualified for the A or B honor
rolls for the semester and whose cu
mulative grade point average is at
? Sonya Denise Burnev of
Shallotte, business administration
major, B honor roll;
? Kelvin E. Hewett, Empire
road. Supply, pre-nursing major,
dean's list and B honor roll;
? April Shafon Hill, Hillside
Trail, Ash, pre -education major, B
WCU Dean's List
Two Brunswick County students
arc among 821 named to the
Western Carolina University dean's
list for spring semester 1994.
They are Kenneth Bryan Hewett
Jr. of Ocean Isle Bcach and Brett
James Skiff of Sunset Beach.
To qualify for the dean's list, stu
dents must achieve at least a 3.5
grade-point average out of a possi
ble 4.0 on a regular semester's work
of at least 12 hours.
Rebecca Lynn Wood of Fairway
Drive, Shallotte, was named to the
dean's list at Wofford College.
To be named, a student must be
enrolled for at least 12 semester
hours of graded courses and have
earned better than a 3.0 average.
Wood is a junior at the Spartan
burg, S.C., college.
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20 lb. bag
24 12 oz. cans
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