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Tom and Elaine Tempel were joined by friends and family for a festive evening at The Country
Club of the Crystal Coast recently to celebrate Tom’s 80th birthday. Pictured here, left to right,
are son Carl, daughter Kim Tempel Boosinger, Tom, son Rob and Elaine.
—Photo by Tom Graczewski
2019: YEAR OF THE TREE
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Pickleball players from Pine Knoll Shores and the surrounding area enjoyed an outing to
Leland to play at the House of Pickleball (HOP), a state-of-the-art indoor pickleball facility.
All who had the chance to play oh the climate-controlled, rubberized indoor courts that day
are definitely suffering from HOP envy. If you would like to get on the email notification list for
future trips to this and other facilities, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.—Ptofoiy Bud Oan/e/s
Trees Come to Pine Knoll Shores
The Town of Pine Knoll Shores and the Arbor Day Foundation teamed up to help our Tree City recover from the devastating effects and
tree loss from Hurricanes Florence and Michael. Homeowners and HOAs were given the opportunity to purchase larger native tree species
at a fraction of their retail price, which included planting assistance by ProGreen Turf & Landscape. In early March, three tractor trailer loads
of trees arrived and were unloaded, staged and tagged for delivery to homeowners and parks. Trees were grouped according to species,
which included Live Oak, Eastern Red Cedar, Wax Myrtle, Sweet Bay Magnolia and Willow Oak. Community Appearance Commission
(CAC) members, town Public Services Department staffers, and resident volunteers were on hand to make sure everything went smoothly.
Thanks to all who helped to make this effort a huge success.
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Town staff and CAC members assist ProGreen with unloading trees in a staging
area at the end of Pine Knoll Boulevard.—Photo by Susan Phillips
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Trees were grouped by species to ensure they reached the correct destination.
—Photo by Susan Philiips