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    Hoke To Participate In
Volunteers Awards
The Hoke County Involvement
Council announced today it would
participate in the 1982 Governor's
Volunteer Awards.
Ashwell Harward, chairman and
contact person for the Governor's
Office of Citizen Affairs for Hoke
County, stated that every effort
would be made to recognize out
standing individual volunteers and
organizations.
A volunteer nomination commit
tee has been selected and will begin
immediately to solicit nominations
in eleven categories. The categories
are: Individual Human Service
Volunteer, Individual Community
Volunteer Leader, Administrator/
Coordinator of Volunteers, Youth
Volunteer, Senior Citizen Volun
teer, Disabled Person, School Vol
unteer, One-to-One Volunteer,
Community Volunteer, Organiza
tion, Church/ Religious Volunteer
Group, Business/ Industry Volun
teer Involvement.
The selections will be announced
locally June I, and the recipients
will be honored by Gov. James B.
Hunt. Jr., this fall.
The selection process will be
conducted by the selection commit
tee's review of nominations received
from the community at large.
Committee members are Ashwell
Harward, chairman, Mrs. Joan
Balfour, Miss Emma Mims, Raz
Autry, Mrs. Sara Leach, and
Earl Fowler.
"We hope to receive nominations
from all segments of the com
munity and recognize the valuable
contributions of individuals and
groups," said Ashwell Harward.
Nominations should be made
immediately and mailed to Volun
teers for Youth, 523 College Drive,
Raeford, 28376.
For further information, call
A.B. Harward at 875-3731 or
875-4809.
In making a nomination, indi
cate category, name of person,
address, and description of service.
PERFECT ATTENDANCE ?? Nineteen employees of the Raeford plant of
Faberge, Inc.. were honored last week for having worked at least a year
without an absence. Here are 12 of them who received perfect attendance
certificates, with August Zitzman. Faberge cor/wrote vice president for
manufacturing and chief executive of the Raeford plant. Their years of
perfect attendance are shown beside each name. Front. L-R ? Sura C.
Barton, twti years: Barbara J. Warren, one; and Annie B. King. one.
Second row. L-R - Ruby C. Fosterling. three: Linda F. Campbell, one: and
Carolyn R. Mcliinis. one. Third row. L-R ?? Cindy D. Carthens. one; Anna
J. Goza. two: und Patricia A. McPhuul. one. Rear. L-R ? Leroy McRae.
one: Polly A. Cole, one: /Zitzntan: und Willie R. Shaw. one. The
perfect -at t endunce employees not shown, and their years of perfect
attendance, are: C. Roland Pale, two; Ann Evans, two; und Elizabeth M.
Pit t man. Jerry E. Hugins. Jean S. Long. Tony -E. Jackson, and Charles E.
Richards, one each. [Stall photo].
"Breath Of Spring' Run
May 1 In Moore
The Fourth annual "Breath of
Spring" Lung Run in Moore
County will be held Saturday, May
1 , at Seven Lakes in western Moore
County just offN.C. 211 eight miles
west of Pinehurst.
Starting time is 10 a.m. at the
Seven Lakes Clubhouse where
registration will open at 9 a.m.
There will be a 10-kilometer
(6.2-mile) run, a 3-mile Run and a
One Mile Walk/Run. Entry fees,
which are tax deductible are S5 for
the 10 KM Run; S4 for the 3-Mile;
and $3 for the Fun Run/Walk.
All participants will receive a
pair of "Lung Run" socks, a
Certificate of Participation and
awards will be given to the top three
finishers in the one-mile run/walk.
In the 10-KM and 3-Mile runs,
gold silver, and bronze medals will
be awarded to the top three overall
finishers. Additional awards will go
to the top three finishers in each
group for both men and boy in
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Moore County Parks and
Recreation Department is co
sponsoring the event with Seven
Lakes and the American Lung
Association of N.C., Mid-State
Region. Proceeds will benefit the
youth education program and
patient service work of the Lung
Association in the Mid-State Re
gion.
Pre-regist ration is recom
mended. Entry forms and further
details may be obtained by con
tacting the Moore County Parks
and Recreation Department. PO
Box 905. Carthage. N.C. 28327.
telephone (919) 947-5800.
Assembly To Meet
The National Association for the
Southern Poor, better known as the
"Assembly" will hold its regular
monthly meeting Tuesday at 7:30
p.m. in the East Freedom Masonic
Lodge Hall.
All Hoke County citizens age 18
and older are asked to attend.
Important business will be taken
care of at this meeting.
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School Board Starts
The Hoke County Board of
Education did preparatory work on
a school system budget for 1982-83
at a special meeting last week.
Don Steed, county schools busi
ness manager, and County Schools
Supt. Raz Autry provided explana
tions on details.
No action was taken.
In other business, the board
voted approval of tenure for Christy
Posey, a Hoke County High School
teacher. The board approved ten
ure at its regular meeting of April b
for 10 other Hoke High teachers -
Ginger Johnson. G. Ashley. S.
Davis. S. Parsons. C. Walls. E.
Snead. W. Barnhill. D. Poole. M.
Brown, and V. Wiles. At the
regular meeting also, approval for
tenure was given a Scurlock School
teacher, who teaches at South Hoke
School; three at West Hoke and
one at Upchurch Junior High.
Teachers are on probationary
states till they obtain three years'
professional experience in one
school system or a total of five
years' experience in more than one.
Tenure provides a teacher with
official professional status, which
carries the protections provided
professional educators by the State
Work On Budget
Teacher Tenure Act.
At the April b meeting also, the
school board approved a switch in
jobs tor Woodrow Westall and
Frank H. Richards. Richards will
become principal of South Hoke
School, and Westall director of
community-school services, which
includes supervision of the school
bus system. Westall was trans
ferred to the South Hoke position
from the principalship of West
Hoke School, and Richards was
transferred to the community
school post from the assistant
pricincipalship of Scurlock School
last year.
Norton Honored For Stage Work
Dan Norton of Raeford was
honored recently for his per
formance in "Showboat" at the
Bordeaux Dinner Theatre in Fay
etteville.
"Showboat" now holds the
record as the longest running show
in North Carolina history. Dan
portrayed the jovial "Captain
Andy" to rave reviews in 54
consecutive performances.
"Showboat" also holds the
record as the most successful
production ever at Bordeaux,
having been seen by over 1 1 .000
patrons in its 10-week run.
Norton has achieved star status
at Bordeaux with leading roles in
"Camelot", "Oliver", and "I Love
My Wife" and can presently be
seen in the role of "Moonface
Martin" in Cole Porter's musical
comedy "Anything Goes."
Dan's portrayal of Moonface.
who in the show is Public Enemy
#13, is in direct contrast with his
professional duties as a rehabili
tation therapist with the Depart
ment of Correction at McCain
Correctional Center.
Norton also played a lead in the
Raeford Junior Woman's Club's
1980 production, "Little Mary
Sunshine."
He also has done comedy im
pressions of celebrities on the
NBC-TV "Real People" show (in
1981) and at clubs in Raleigh.
Chapel Hill and Los Angeles. He
performed in Los Angeles at two
clubs which give young comedians
opportunities to break in their
material. He worked there while he
was in Los Angeles for the taping of
Dan Norton with Byron Allen of NBC-TV's 'Real People. 'Norton did a solo
comedy performance of impressions of celebrities for the show last year on
invitation of the program's management.
his "Real People" performance.
Despite his enjoyment of and talent
for acting, he plans to make his
career in corrections work.
Norton. 24. lives in Blue Springs
and is the son of Hoke County
Deputy Sheriff Alex and Lynette
Norton of Blue Springs.
During the meeting also it was
noted that Hoke County's Arts and
Crafts Festival. Celebration of the
Arts '82. held Hoke High, Up
church Junior High, and Turling
ton School and in public areas oft
school grounds April 3-9 was
financed by a $10,000 state grant
and a S35.000 grant made by the Z.
Smith Reynolds Foundation of
Winston-Salem.
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