Page 7 The Shoreline March, 1999 mmmmmmmmmmmMmmmmmMmiimmmemmmmmwmmmmimmmmmmmM The Ancient Mariner Bowling League The Bowling League has a new leader after three months... Dell's Devils is now on top by one point over the Jaybirds. The race to be number one is tightening up and we only have eight weeks left. Bob Himel led Dell's Devils to a 4-0 sweep over Oops, so Oops was scoops. In the men's division, Art Stone rolled a fine 216, Bill Keefe had a 202, in the women's division, Dorothy Schrader bowled a great 183, and Doe Martynowski had a 174. High Series, Art Stone 535, and Lynn Scott with a 526. In a rarity, Marty Kiel and Jay Nagle made the 6-7-10 split. Come on out Monday at Carteret Lanes at 1:00 p.m. and join in the fun _ aft. The PKS Board of Commissioners, on the recommendation of the Community Appearance Commission and the Planning & Inspections Dept., voted to enforce a moratorium on all oceanfront pruning and south side pruning of any property. The recommendation was made after consultations with two experts and visitation of oceanfront sites. This moratorium is for the protection of property. Anyone doing pruning without a permit could be penalized. Construction and Demolition rc&D^ PKS Chorus The Pine Knoll Shores Chorus is an informal group of residents who enjoy getting together and singing the standard, old-time, favorite songs. Everyone is welcome to join in when we meet on Tuesday, March 9, at 3:30 p.m., in the Bogue Banks Country Club upstairs lounge. Come join the fun! For further information call 808-3374. C&D material cannot be included in regular garbage. We have been informed that since it cannot be disposed of at their land fill site, we will be charged a double tipping fee if these materials are identified in loads of garbage from Pine Knoll Shores. Materials such as asbestos and treated wood will contaminate the disposal site. Construction materials should be taken to the C&D disposal site on the other side of Havelock.

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