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Trustees Join BCC Board
District Judge Ola Lewis (right) administers the oath of office July 13 to new Brunswick Community
College Trustees Dennis Crocker of Ocean Isle (left) and Kim Butler of Shallotte. They succeed Jamie
Milliltfin nn/f ling?!** nspectiv+ty. A. ho, [}'%nnn Rnrtpr was reappointed as a trustee by the
Brunswick County Board of Education.
Local Teacher Attends
Rosa Davis, a teacher at Lincoln
Elementary School, was among
3.000 school teachers to participate
pr? 1 in the new
lMhr opportunity de
J *sS ? signed to give
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I information on
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DAVIS academy held at
Favetteville State University July
KM 5, one of 10 sites for the one
In Memory Of
A fundraising dinner has been
scheduled in memory of Bolivia vol
unteer firefighter Albert F. "Skeeter"
King, who died July 13 ftom injuries
sustained in an automobile accident.
Members of the Bolivia Volunteer
Fire Department will sponsor the
spaghetti dinner Saturday, July 30,
from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m. at
Republican Party Headquarters in
Supply. Proceeds of the event will
go to King's family to nelp with fu
Spaghetti plates will cost S5 for
adults and S3 for children 12 and
under for all you can eat. Free deliv
ery will be available on orders of
five or more plates. To arrange de
livery, call 754-4011 the day of the
C rafters Sought
For Holiday Shop
Saltairc Village's Holiday Shop
coordinators are inviting crafters to
apply to participate in the annual ju
The fourth annual Holiday Shop
will take place Nov. 5-6 at Saltairc,
off Persimmon Road, Calabash.
For an application or more infor
mation, call one of the following:
Carol Rcnne. 579-2720; Doris Wha
ley, 579-5667; or Lorraine Brownell,
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Up to 75 teachers were selected to
participate in each of the four ses
sions at each site. In many cases,
schools sent teams of teachers and
the school principal
"Teachers at the academies focus
on leadership skills for site-based
decision-making and innovative in
struction." according to a news re
lease from State Schools Super
intendent Bob htheridge. "This is
the first time that North Carolina has
made such an effort to give teachers
the opportunity to be taught by their
peers in an attempt to break down
the walls between theory and prac
tice. The academies feature success
ful teachcrs sharing their best prac
The program was authorized by
the N.C. General Assembly.
VFW To Fry Fish
Hotdcn Beach VFW Post No.
8866 will hold an "old-fashioned"
fish fry Saturday, July 23, from 11
a.m. until 4 p.m.
Dinncis are S3. 75 each. Proceeds
will go toward the post building
fund to to support local patriotic
events, said spokesman John Nash.
The fish fry will be held near the
Citgo Station on Holden Beach
Road (N.C. 130 East).
Day Set For
The Town of Sandy Creek will
celebrate Founders Day on Saturday.
Aug. 6, with concessions, a Ford
Mustang car show and entertainment.
Featured performers include the
ABC Cloggers, AJ Watkins Country
and Gospel, the magic of Ron
Conley, Southern Drawn Bluegrass
Band. Huggie and Kissing the
Roving Clowns and the Original
Range Riders. Bob Fred and Tex.
Miss Brunswick County and four
little princesses will be on hand, as
well as artists and craftsmen show
ing and selling their wares. Crafters
interested in setting up at the festival
should call (910) 655-2362 for more
Opening ceremonies will be at
Sandy Creek is in northwestern
Brunswick County, 16 miles from
Wilmington on U.S. 74 west.
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'93 Chevy cavalier RS
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'93 Chevy Corsica LT
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'93 Chevy Caprice
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'93 Cadillac Sedan Devllle
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'93 Olds Achleva
Nice sedan, stk MM3
1500 Full Size Truck
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On Recent Trade-ins
?93 Honda CMc ix
auto, stk ?1784A New TTadel
'93 Pontlac Grand Prix SE
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92 Nissan Sentra XE
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'90 Lumina apv van
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'92 Ceo Metro Convertible
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'93 Chevy s-10 Tahoe
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