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Volume 5, Number 21,
Vanceboro, N.C. Thursday,
May 27, 1982
Of The Year
At the Annual Educational Bosses’
Night Banquet held last week at
Ramada Inn, Ms. Bertha Grubb,
Deputy Assistant Superintendent for
Instruction, was named Administra
tor of The Year. She was chosen
because of the work she has done
helping the EOF members during the
past year. The award was presented by
her. secretary, Ms. Renae Pegram.
Other presentations made at the
banquet were: Ms. Dot Dixon received
State and National Certificates for
Professional Standards Program, Ms.
Marion Dubois and Ms. Marie Lansche
each received the Advanced Level III
Professional Standards Program
The bosses were treated to a
delicious meal and some very fine
entertainment. Mike Thompson,
visiting artist Craven Community
College, rendered several songs to the
group. He called on one of the
members of the audience to
accompany him in one of his
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L-R: Renae Pegram
Ms. Bertha Grubb.
presents Administrator of Year Award to
(photo by Rii'harti Cannon)
Rescue Squad Day A Success
Rescue Squad Day in Vanceboro is shown in pictures as a success with good
participation in the parade, in cooking barbecue, and of course a gathering is not
complete without the representative of our government officials.
Mrs. Louis Toler says the day was a success in fund raising for the squad. All
the mepibers were very pleased with the results. She explained at press time the
receipts and expenses had not completely been figured. She plans to give the
results in a future article.
Kimberly Dawn Purser
Im Vanceboro Rescue Squad 1982
Purser Crowned Princess
Miss Kim Purser, daughter of Mrs. Keith Wetherington and Mr. Charlie H.
Purser was crowned Miss Vanceboro Rescue Squad Princess 1982. The runner
up in the contest was Miss Tina Marie Mayo, daughter of Mrs. Rose Morris and
Mr. Richard Mayo.
Both of the young ladies worked very hard in the contest. Together they raised
$1370. They presented the Rescue Squad this money with smiles on their faces
for being able to help.
Each of the young ladies wishes to “Thank” each person who gave them a vote.
Miss Vanceboro Rescue Squad Princess 1982 is eleven years old and is a
student at Farm Life Elementary School. She is an active member of the
Citizen’s Club at the school. She attends Oak Grove Free Will Baptist Church
and participates in its Sunday School activities.
Miss Vanceboro Rescue Squad Princess 1982 will represent the Vanceboro
Squad at all of its social functions during this year.
The runner-up for Miss Vanceboro Rescue Squad Princess Contest 1982, Miss
Tina Mayo, is in the fourth grade at Farm Life Elementary School and is ten
years old. Miss Mayo’s other activities include Cheerleader for Pee Wee Football
Steelers and attending the Vanceboro Christian Church where she plays the
piano for the church’s youth program.
In case Miss Vanceboro Rescue Squad Princess 1982 cannot attend a social
function to represent the Vanceboro Squad, the runner-up will be called on to fill
in for her.
(photo by Richard Cannon)
’Tina Marie Mayo
lit Runner-Up, Miae Vanceboro
Reaeue Squad Prineeaa • 1988