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Births Are Announced
Paul and Christina Pigott of
Calabash have announced the birth
of a daughter. Arielle Lee Pigott.
Arriving at 10:45 a.m. Nov. 24 at
The Brunswick Hospital, she
weighed 8 pounds, 3 ounces, and
was 21 inches long.
The child's grandparents are Ed
mond and Janet MaCloskcv of
Raleigh, Tom and Karen Tucker of
Ocean Isle Beach, and Jimmy and
Elaine Pigott of Shallotte Point.
Great-grandparents are Shelton
and Marie Tucker of Ocean Isle
Beach, Edith Pigott of Shallotte
Point, Mac and Horace Lee Stanley
of Shallotte Point and Nadine and
Joe Hoage of Raleigh.
Sonja Berry of Shallotte has an
nounced the birth of her second
child, a daughter, Yasminc lesha
Bom Dec. 1 at 1:44 p.m. at The
Brunswick Hospital, she weighed 5
pounds, 2 ounces and was 19 inches
long. She joins a sister, Ashley Ni
Grandparents are Waddell and
Ruby Berry of Shallotte. Alberta
Berry is the child's surviving great
Robert Edward Evans and Sheila
Lynn Strickland Evans have an
nounced the birth of a daughter,
Taylor Marie Evans, Oct. 4 at 3 p.m.
She weighed 7 pounds, 15 ounces.
Paternal grandparents are Janet
and James Evans of Supply. Mater
nal grandparents are Glenda Strick
land Cobb of Perry, Fla., and the late
Robert Lynn Strickland of Orlando,
Paternal great-grandparents are
Annie and Lowell Reese of Rich
mond, Va., and Janic Evans and the
late Lloyd Evans of Supply. Mate
rnal great-grandparents arc Ruth
Baker of Perry, Fla., and Grace and
W.C. Strickland of DcFuniack
Jeffrey and Withie Reynolds of
Hallsboro have announced the birth
of their first child, Jeffrey Hoke
He was born Dec. 7 at Columbus
County Hospital in Whiteville,
weighing 4 pounds, 13 ounces and
measuring 1 7% inches long.
Grandparents are Robert Ray and
Carolyn Pierce of Hallsboro and
Virginia Reynolds of Shallotte.
Shannon Spears of Shallotte has
announced the birth of a son, Justin
The 19-inch long boy arrived at
The Brunswick Hospital Dec. 5 at
7:10 p.m. and weighed 6 pounds, 7
Grandparents are Melanie and
Rufus Hill of Shallotte. Great-grand
parents are Marilda Dee and Steve
Spears of Lake Charles, La.
To Share Dinner
Doshcr Memorial Hospital's Dia
betic Support Group will share a
"Holiday Carry-In Dinner," Thurs
day, Dec. 1 5, at 6 p.m. in the hospi
tal conference room.
Participants are being asked to
bring a covered dish or dessert.
For more information, call Judy
Rowland, R.N., at (910)457-5271.
Birthdays And Anniversaries
Thursday, December 15
Brian Heath Clemmons, Kristi
anna Benton, Ethel Bland, Roger
Stevenson, Jeremy Hardee, Tyler
Sims, Roger Stevenson, Elizabeth
K. Sellers, Roque Lugo, Tanya Sel
lers, Jamie Ward, Terenthia Henry,
Julia Helms, Bobby Gore, Nelda
Hewett, Pearlene Stanley, Ruth
Carol Sellers, Glenn Owens, Virgil
Roberts, Mrs. Irene M. Jones, Con
nie S. Bel more; Robert and Ruth
Friday, December 16
Marvin Long, Lynnette Lewis,
Kerry Carig, Richard Alexander,
Britt Williams, Megan Williams,
Khrista Catherine Clemmons, Ilene
Inman, Micah Stumbling Bear, Joey
Stanaland, James Grissctt. Richard
Jones, Nicholas Carpenter, Glenda
Holden, Kenny Cox, Judy Pridgen;
Mr. and Mrs. Neil Holden, Bill and
Saturday, December 17
Kenny Moris, Janet Simmons,
Greta Evans, Doris Herring, Gcrson
Hewett, Rachel Elizabeth Irving,
Rebecca Jane Irving, Dale Gaffney;
Tom and Wanda Gore, Mr. and Mrs.
Tony Clayton, Mr. and Mrs. John
Kinlaw, Chris and Tomi Benton,
Darry and Mica Johnson.
Sunday, December 18
Mitch Varnam, Suzettc Frink,
Vemice Bland, Kathleen Holden,
Dena Hughes, Barbara Brooks, Gail
Beck, Adena Faye Wilbur, Chrystal
Taul, Shanetta Inman, Joyce Wil
liamson, Charlotte Roberts; Mr. and
Mrs. Jim Cole, Mr. and Mrs. Don
Monday, December 19
Suzette Frink, Ivy Crossman,
Lucette Frink, Geraldine Elliott, Bill
Edwards, Georgia Tyndall, Sonny
Leggett, Georgia Manges, Edna
Faye Inman, Keith Dickerson, Jerry
King, Geraldine Elliott; Mr. and
Mrs. O. Kenneth Hewett.
TUesday, December 20
Traci R. Singles, Karen Parker,
Card Babson,xE!a Sci.al Clarida,
Cheryl Barton, Russell Kennedy,
Vangelyn Green, Betty Edwards,
Frances Stephens, Jessica Pigott;
Mr. and Mrs. Mike O'Neal, Mr. and
Mrs. Maynard Owens, Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Watts, Gail & Martin
Register, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell
Bennett, Michael and Melissa Sims,
Mr. and Mrs. Kim E. Carter.
Wednesday, December 21
Carol Jongs, Barbara Evans,
Jessica Thorsen, Kasey Ivey, Jordan
Ivey, Sydney Pope, Felicia Renee
Gore, Carol Jones, Roy D. Trest,
Scott Hewett, Vicky C. Wray, Rifton
Evans, Raymond Howard, Jimmy
Bellamy, Kathy Ouainlance, De
wayne Simmons, Debbie Long; Mr.
and Mrs. Wilbur Hardee, Mr. and
Mrs. David Kanoy
The Brunswick County Literacy
Council will conduct a tutor training
workshop on Friday, Jan. 6, from 6
9:30 p.m. and continuing on Sunday,
Jan. 7, 9 a.m. until 4 p.m.
The 10-hour workshop familiar
izes participants with the Laubach
Way to Reading, a phonics-based
method of teaching reading.
Rich Dixon will teach the work
shop at the Literacy Council office
The workshop is free, but pre-reg
istration is required by calling 754
7323 or 1-800-694-7323.
I Harvie Hill, D.D.&, MAD.
providing care for
^children and young adults
ages 1-21. Also care for
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BEMC Honors Young Artists
Two local students were winners in Brunsw ick Electric Membership Corporation 'v annual Christmas card art contest. Ashley Sen-ton (in
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Elks Remember Members
Annual memorial services for deceased members of Calabash Elks
Lodge 2679 and members of the ladies auxiliary were held Dec. 4.
Pictured (from left ) are John Pazoga, lodge chaplain, who gave the
invocation and benediction; K.C. Anderson, exalted ruler, who
made opening remarks ; and Pastor Henry Opperman, chaplain.
Calabash Volunteer Fire Department, who gave the eulogy. Emily
Tohtz provided music. About 75 people attended.
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Cape Fear Museum Sets
Holiday Standards Concert
Musicians Lynn and Jim McFay
den will present a live holiday per
formance enlilled "Home for the
Holidays: Selections of Christmas
Musical Standards from the l^3(K,
'4(K and '50s" at Cape Fear Mus
eum on Sunday. Dec IK. at 3 p.m
The public is invited to attend the
free program funded by the Arts
Council of the Ijower Cape Fear
with funds from the Grassroots
Program of the N.C. Arts Council.
There will be an opportunity to
sing along during the afternoon's
program spotlighting seasonal fa
The museum is at 814 Market St.,
Club Goes Caroling Dec. 7 9
This Christmas season the Brier
wood ladies Club will he led by
member Ginger Sugrue as they go
caroling around the neighborhood
The earners will meet in the park
ing lot of the Bnerwood clubhouse
at 7 p.m. on Dec. 19.
All residents of Brierwood estates
arc invited to participate.
VFW To Celebrate
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post
1(>4<>0, Boiling Spring l.akcs, and iLs
ladies auxiliary will host a Christ
mas party for all members, eligible
veterans ami guests on Dec 16 from
7 p m until midnight
A covered dish dinner will be
served, followed by musical enter
tammcni and dancing
Sixty Are Treated
Calabash I. Its UxJgc 2679 held
its annual children's Christmas party
Dec. 3 with more than M) children
and their parents attending
ljoyal Knight Tim Hamilton di
rected the event. Participants were
treated to refreshments, gifts and a
photo with Santa
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