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Vol. 14, No. 10
A Shoreline Community, Pine Knoll Shores, N.C.
A History Night
Friday, October 11, 4-6 p.m.
at Pine Knoll Shores Town Hall
Wine and Cheese Party
with Alice ... and Rodney
The Pine Knoll Shores History Committee
invites you to join local historian and
“fish house liar” Rodney Kemp to learn
about Alice Hoffman, the rich, reclusive
New York socialite who owned the land
that became Pine Knoll Shores.
Learn about her many business
endeavors, her conflicts with her
neighbors on Bogue Banks, her
connection to the family of
Teddy Roosevelt and the
contradictions that surrounded
her life on Bogue Banks.
See you at the Wine & Cheese.
Please RSVP to email@example.com
so we can plan accordingly.
Board of Elections
Seeks Poll Workers
PKS Fishing Tournament
By Suzanne Carmel
The 2019 Pine Knoll Shores Fishing Tournament will be held on Saturday,
October 19. This event is open to all people living in Pine Knoll Shores, family
members, property owners and town employees—so be sure to invite your kids
and grandkids to town so they can be a part of the fishing. You can fish from the
surf, a pier, a kayak or a boat. There are no age limits; however, anyone 16 or older
will need a current North Carolina Recreational Fishing License.
Because this is an inshore tournament, fish that maybe entered are limited to
red drum (must be 18-27 inches in length), speckled trout, gray trout (weakfish),
bluefish, sea mullet and sheepshead. Flounder season is over.
Again this year we will have a kids’ tournament for aU kids 12 and under. Young
fishermen entered in the main tournament will be entered automatically into
the kids’ tournament. Eligible fish for the kids are spot, lizard fish, oyster toads,
croaker and pinfish.
Fish all day until the weigh-in begins at McNeill Park at 4 p.m. There will be a
leaderboard, refreshments, fish tales, t-shirts, a lot of hoopla—and a trophy for the
largest fish in each category.
The entry fee is $10 per person. Anglers can register for the tournament at the
Pine Knoll Shores town hall. Rules and other information will be available tor
registrants at that time.
Please mark your calendars now and plan to join your town in the Fourth
Annual Fishing Tournament on October 19.
This tournament is sponsored by the Parks and Recreation Committee. Please
call 919-880-1604 with questions.
' The Carteret County Board of Elections is in need of additional poll workers
for the upcoming elections. All political parties are needed, and unaffiliated voters
are not excluded from serving at the polls. Wages are paid at $11 to $12 an hour
depending on the position, and workers are paid for training and setup of the
precincts prior to the Election Day. Poll workers must be able to handle a long
day (from 6 a.m. to 8-9 p.m. on Election Day) and must also be able to assist in
setup and breakdown of the polling site. Those interested should call the Board of
Elections at 252-728-8460.