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Lutherans Help Hospice
Aid Association for Lutherans Branch 9535 presents a check for $620 to Lower Cape Fear Hospice.
Making the presentation is Dick Hawksley, president of the branch. Don Seeber (left) is vice president
and Dot Bowman is treasurer. Accepting the check on behalf of Hospice is Susan Ritz (right), commu
nity relations and volunteer coordinator.
October 75 Is Deadline To
Enter Miss Brunswick Pageant
Organizers of tbe Miss Brunswick County Scholarship Pageant are
seeking contestants for this year'* pageant scheduled foe 8 pm Nov. 5
at Odeil Williamson Auditorium on the Brunswick Community College
Women eligible to compete must be age 17 to 24 and not turn 25 be
fore October 1995. Contestants also must never have been married or
had children. All contestants' permanent address must be in Brunswick
No entry fee is required. All entries must be received before Oct. 15.
Contestants will be judged in the categories of interview, swhnsuit,
talent and evening wear. The winner receives a Si, 000 scholarship and
will be eligible to compete in the 1995 Miss North Carolina Scholarship
For more information, call Susan Kaufman at (910)457-9639, or
Ma Aria Cashner, 1-800-895-0020.
Set Sept. 16-17
The Brunswick County Uteracy
Council will conduct a tutor training
workshop Friday, Sept. 16, from 6
until 9:30 p.m. and continuing on
Saturday, Sept. 17, 9 a.m. until 4
The 10-hour workshop familiar
izes participants with the Laubach
Way to Reading, a phonics-based
method of teaching reading. It will
be held at the literacy council office
The workshop is free, but pre-reg
istration is required. Call 754-7323
or 1 -800-694-7323
Answers 62 Calls
Calabash Volunteer Emergency
Medical Service answered 62 calls
during July, Assistant Chief Tom
L ynch reported to the board of direc
tors on Aug. 25.
Volunteers worked IKK hours and
traveled 2,24^ miles. Twenty-seven
calls were in Calabash. 13 in Sunset
Beach and 22 elsewhere, of which
nine were mutual aid for Shallottc
and six. for Wacrwriaw
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We would like to thank ever)'one for the.,
heip and support in our time of sickness and
the loss of our home. May God bless you all.
love. Your Friends In Christ
Leon & Daisy tlcwctt
New Garden Club Officers
Newly elected officers of the Long Bay Garden Club, Shallotte, are (front row, from left) LaVerne
Thomas, treasurer; Carol Roycroft, secretary; (back row) Doloris Evans, president; Kathleen Parker,
first vice president ; Jean Harris, second vice president.
Great Rates Are
24 to 35 month CD
M Annual Percentage
MM ? Yield (APY)
The minimum balance to obtain this APY is $1 ,000.
For additional rates ar.d terns or for more information,
please visit any UCB office or call 754-4.301.
Text telephone number for the hearing impaired, 1-800-876-6545.
This APY 15 accurate as of August 2. IW Not available (or brokered deposits.
A penally may be imposed for early withdrawal
...tOI areIi cettinc all the facts
Patients deserve the highest standard
ef all-inclusive care*
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ALLERGY CARE, EAR,
'SB N0SE AND throat
DISEASES AND AIIDIOLOGY
Could you accept less... for your family?
Nark A. Lizak, ND
Board Certified Specialist: Ear, Nose and Throat
Conveniently located in the Doctor's Office Complex at The Brunswick Hospital, Supply, NC
For Appointments Call 754-2920