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Marie and Jim Rlanda art August " Yard of the Month " designees for the Sugar Sands section of Sea
Trail Plantation. Their yard is neatly landscaped with a variety of plants and is highlighted by various
PEOPLE IN THE NEWS
Lewis Receives Four Year Scholarship
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uawn Marie Lewis, a graduate of
wick High I
School, has re- I
ceived the BKTv
Leadership , <8
from Mount ? ? 7 ?
The award is
good for four y f]
years, valued at
$8,000. Mount LEWIS
Olive is a small private Baptist col
lege in Sampson County. Lewis is
the daughter of Lester and Mary A.
Lewis of Winnabow.
Navv Seaman Recruit Brian C.
Morris recently completed basic
training at Recruit Training Com
mand, Great Lakes, III.
He is the son of Anthony J. and
Janis E. Morris of Dixie Drive,
During the cycle, recruits are
taught general military subjects de
signed to prepare them for further
academic and on-the-job training in
one of the Navy's 85 occupational
Studies include seamanship, close
-order drill, naval history and first
Raspa Studying As
Hoc kman Scholar
Melissa Jenna Raspa of Sunset
Beach is participating this summer
in the Hackman Scholars Program at
Franklin & Marshall College,
The program allows students to
conduct individual research projects
with faculty members. Raspa is
working with psychology professor
Donald Tyrell on a project entitled
"Trial Unique Match-to- Sample
Learning in Seven-Month-Old
Kaspa. a senior psychology major
and philosophy minor, is a 1991
graduate of Ehincbccic Central
School. A dean's list student, she is
the daughter of Donna and William
Raspa of Sunset Beach.
Navy Seaman Christopher K.
Boone recently graduated from
Basic Electronics Technician
He is the son of Gail H. Welty of
Jasmine Lane, Sunset Beach.
During the course at Service
School Command, Naval Training
Center, Orlando, Fla., students re
ceive introductory instruction in
electronic circuit concepts, radar
principles and the basics of radio
transmitters and receivers. Studies
also include procedures for repairing
amplifiers, transmitters, receivers
and power supply tines.
He joined the Navv in September
Serving As Page
Blair Milligan of Ash is serving
as a page this
summer in the
office of Con
lie Rose, D-7th
Milligan is a
rising senior at
she plays on the
school tennis team and last year
qualified for state finals. Her hob
bies include the piano, singing and
swimming. She is the daughter of
Craven and Wendy Milligan.
Evans Joins Army
Eric D. Evans of Bolivia has en
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listed in the U.S. Army for three
"Eric Is a highly motivated young
man who will be an asset to the
Army," said his recruiter. Staff Sgt.
John L. Blood. The son of Charles
and Dianne Evans of Bolivia, Evans
graduated from South Brunswick
High School in June.
He will report for basic training at
Ft. Jackson, S.C., in November then
will attend training at Ft Lee, Va., to
become a food service specialist.
ST. JAMES CRAFTERS, pictured preparing for the fall " Make It, Bake It, Grow It, Sew It " auction
are ( from left) Carol Bromley, Doris Barna, Delores Wegge, Loraine Babcock , Jim Wegge, Joan
Barrall and Marge Steimle.
Church Women Plan 'Make It,
Bake It, Sew It, Grow It' Auction
at. James the Fisherman parish
ioners are planning something new
and different to replace their annual
craft fair Nov. 5 ? -a "Make It, Bake
It, Grow It, Sew It" auction to fol
low the church's annual fall lobster
Members of the congregation
have been working on individual
projects for the auction sincc the
spring. Items currently in progress
include wood crafts, paintings,
quilts, needle crafts, wall hangings,
refurbished bicycles, handmade
dolls, topiaries, gift baskets and
Bi-weekly workshops are being
held to produce craft items, and
some completed auction items are
being displayed at the church on
Some parishioners are also offer
ing services for auction.
Proceeds of the fundraiser will
go toward retiring the debt on the
Sunday After Church Special
Roast turkey, pork, lamb or ham, with soup, small
salad, oven roasted potato, green beans, carrots,
and squash. Home- grj Sundays
made special dessert.
754-3778 Serving Lunch & Dinner
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new worship space at St James,
which was dedicated on Easter
The "Make It, Bake It..." auction
is the latest in a scries of fundraising
activities to benefit the new worship
space. Others have included annual
crafts fairs, spring and fall lobster
sales, rummage sales, bake sales and
booths at numerous festival.
Supplementing individual pledges
by members, friends and relatives
was a large grant by the Diocese of
At 2 p.m. Nov. 5 the activities
will commence with a wine and
cheese tasting party featuring North
Carolina wines. During the tasting
period, craft items, baked goods and
white elephant items will be avail
able for purchase, and those attend
ing will have an opportunity to view
the auction items.
Following the tasting, the auc
tion will be conducted by two parish
members. Names will be drawn
every IS minutes for door prizes do
nated by local merchants.
Drawings will decide the win
ners of a hand-quilted king-size bed
spread and a four-day vacation
package for two to the Bahamas
Princess Resort and Casino in
Freeport, including air fare.
Auction tickets will be availble
on Oct. 1 at $2 per person in ad
vance or $3 on the day of the sale.
For more information or to donate
items, call Loraine Babcock at 754
8044 or Cookie Minton at 579-5523.
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