Skip to Content
North Carolina Newspapers

The Brunswick beacon. (Shallotte, N.C.) 19??-current, August 25, 1994, Page PAGE 5-A, Image 5

Below is the OCR text representation of this newspaper page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR WBHS Students Get Congrats For Placem ent Exam Success To the editor The 1994-95 school year began this week, and the West Brunswick faculty and students are excited about the various changes and new programs at the school. However, before the year gets under way. the faculty and administrators would like to congratulate those juniors and seniors who received three hours of college credit by tak ing advanced placement exams in English, calculus and European history this spring. At West, 40 AP exams were administered to 34 students. TWenty-five students re ceived credit for a college course. Rachel Pearce, valedictorian and More bead finalist of the Clan of '94, will eater UNC-CH with IS hours of college credit by passing the English, European history and calculus exams. Melissa Robinson, salutato rian and Teaching Fellow recipient of the Class of '94, received a maximum score on the English exam end six hours of credit at UNC-W. Students enrolled in advanced placement courses during this school year will have an opportunity to receive college credit by tak ing their exams in May 1995. To those who were successful on the 1994 exams, we are proud of your accomplishments! Melba Johnson WBHS Teacher Not An Attack To the editor I would like to go on record as saying that residents have not, and are not in the future, planning an "attack" on Sunny Point No one has any complaints about the mil itary facility itself. It is clearly an issue of the county's lack of jurisdiction over the property and the misrepresentation of "coun ty" zoning on the military facility. I want it to be known that everyone in volved in this request has conducted them selves in an organized professional manner. We have dooe our utmost to provide factual information to aid the county on this issue. At no point could our actions be con strued as an "attack." Sabrina Puckett Southport Write Us pebtisfa y<*r MracVmefling id*e* or phooe camber.) Letters moat be typed or *" l^>M* 0%. ? fetf* .??! m *-?-?? - 9MMI8I NL i?#3? ADOOymOCI aCfSBTI will Mt be published. When a family is looking for a home or vacation home, they want to know more than which Jjp? *? - 5-. .. ? 1 *? homes are for sale. Smart home buyers look for more than a real estate guide when they are moving to a new community or anticipating purchasing that long-dreamed-of vacation home. They look for a guide to the community, like The Brunswick Beacon, which not only lists what homes are on the market, but tells them important things they need to know about the area in which they may move or invest. The Beacon provides insight into the community that you can't find in any other source that also provides listings of home! for sale. And that's why smart home sellers get such good results when their homes are listed for sale in the real estate and classified advertising section of The Brunswick Beacon. If you have a house for sale and it s not listed in the Beacon, call us...or call your Realtor. THE BRUNSWICK$SEACON POST OFFICE BOX 2558 TELEPHONE (910) 754-6890 FAX (910) 754-5407 SHALLOTTE, NC 28459

North Carolina Newspapers is powered by Chronam.

Digital North Carolina