The Carteret County Board of
Elections has advised the town of
the f iling period for the of f ice of
Commissioner for the 1995 Municipal
FILING OPENS 12 NOON
FRIDAY, JULY 7
FILING CLOSES 12 NOON
FRIDAY, AUG. 4
BEACH EROSION COMMITTEE
At the monthly Tovm Board
Meeting, Dr. Ruth Evans Sweeny
described what the Beach Erosion
Committee has accomplished over the
past year. An outgrowth of this
committee is the recently formed
Beach Preservation Association,
comprised of residents interested
in the preservation of our beaches.
She requested the ad hoc committee
be dissolved, but stated that the
Association would be happy to serve
as an advisory group to the Board
PINE KNOLL SHORES EMS SQUAD #65
The monthly meeting of the EMS
"''^lad was June 7, 1995 at 7:00 p.m.
the Town Hall.
Wade Lamson, who plans to enroll
in an EMT class in the fall was
welcomed as a guest.
Election of Chief and Assistant
Chief for 1995/96 was held. The
vote was unanimous for Teddy
Wimberley, Chief, and Norm Trommer,
Members of the Squad were
thanked for their help with "Mile
of Hope" and "Kids Fest."
"EMS Appreciation Day" was
reviewed. The squad thanks all the
residents who came by. Special
thanks to the "Women's Club" and
the "Firemen's Ladies Auxiliary"
for their help. The weather was
perfect and the day a great
The state passed inspection on
both ambulances. The Inspector
commented that it was a pleasure to
inspect our ambulances because they
were clean and in order! We are
all proud to be on a squad that
radiates our accomplishments, which
are the result of the teamwork of
all our members.
There were 9 runs in May.
P.S. We still have "Safety Tapes"
to give out. Pick up one at Town
Hall or ask a member of the Squad.
Just a Thought: "If you are too
busy to feel miserable, you will be
happy!" PKS EMS #65 is a "Happy
PKS FIRE DEPARTMENT STATION #64
Fifteen members of the Pine
Knoll Shores Fire Department
attended training sessions
sponsored by the Carteret County
Fire Chief's Association at
Carteret Community College for 14
hours on May 27 and 28.
Dave Gildner, Lee Ivey, Jack
Thompson, Hank Gotard, Lou Tresino,
Bruce Cornelius, Dick Reeves and
Joe Corcoran participated in
classes dealing with Propane gas
Duke Foulk, Bruce Flynt, Bob
Smith and Beal Marks attended
classes of pump operation and
maintenance while Lt. Frank Herbst,
Captain DeVan Barbour and Asst.
Chief Andy Turney developed their
skills in Communications and
All training involved both class
room instruction as well as practi
cal application of the presented
Sincere thanks to all volunteer
participants for your dedication to
THURSDAY WEEKLY MOSQUITO SPRAYING
HAS BEGUN. SHOULD BE COMPLETED BY
Bam. RAINDAY WILL BE FRIDAY.