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THE NEWS-JOURNAL Raeford, N.C
Lionshop & Share paying off
Three cheers tor all of you who
took the time to sign up for the
Lionshop & Share for Hospice of
Moke County. We received our
quarterly check in April and it was
for $350, which is the maximum
we could receive. Thank you!
I regret the newsletters were late
being mailed out in May; they were
mailed on May 15.
Please remember to mail your
membership dues for this year. It is
so easy to put aside to do so later
and we forget. Thank you.
You still have time to partici
pate in the golf tournament, which
will be held Friday, June 7 at Bayo
net. There will be two shotgun starts
cS a.m. and 1:3() p.m. We have been
presented some nice door prizes
that will be given out at the dinner
meal that evening. Golfers do not
have to be present to win. Please
call Delia at S75-(SI98 for further
At present sponsors are down
due to economy. If any individual
or business would like to help us,
make your check to Hospice of
Hoke, and mail to 33b S. Main
Street, Raeford, NC 2837b. Any
donation or door prize will be ap
preciated. It is tax deductible.
The following graduated from
our 1 lospice training class on April
3(1. We met at b:3() and Delia
McNeill prepared and served a
delicious meal. Peggy Calloway
made two delicious cakes for des
sert. 'I'hank you! Those graduat
ing were Sharon Andrews, Char
ity Blake, Fletcher Cothran,
Shirley J. (Yirrie, Teri
Giullemetle, Danny Hendrix,
Billy and Mary Kate Posey,
Beatrice Ray, Josh Scull, Angalilu
Smith, Jean Holland, Lula 'I'ho-
mas and Annie Little. Peggy
Callow'ay, Catherine McNeill,
Ann Webb and Ruth Phillips at
tended to be recertified. Congratu
lations and we are excited about
all our new volunteers and look
forwitrd tr) working with them.
The term conference will be
held Wednesday, June 5 and l‘J,
at 8:15 a.m. All volunteers with
patients are encouraged to tittend.
Fowler and McLean are wed in Roaring Gap ceremony
Miss Fayetteville pageant
Applications are now being ac
cepted for the 2003 Miss Fayetteville
Pageant. The pageant is open to young
ladies who reside in Cumberland,
I loke, Harnett and Robeson counties.
Applications are also being ac
cepted for the 2003 Carolina Princess
Pageant. The pageant is open to all
girls between the ages of b and 11.
I'he pageants will be held Aug. 9-
10 in the Cumberland County Civic
Interested applicants in either of
these pageants may send their name,
address and phone number to
Miss Eliza Sinclair Fowler and Mr.
Robert Savage MeLean were united
in marriage in a b:3() p.m. ceremony
conductedon Saturday, May 25,2002
in Roaring Gap, North Carolina. Dr.
Barry Alan Jones officiated.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Maurice Neuborne Jennings
of Greensboro and Mr. ;uid Mrs. John
Clealand Fow ler of Southern Pines.
She is the granddaughter ot Mr. tind
Mrs. Leroy Henry Bullard of Lumber
Bridge and the late Mr. and Mrs. John
('ooper Fowler of Statesville. She is;i
graduate of St. Mary's High School
and received a bachelor of arts degree
from the University of Colorado. She
was presented by the Debuttinte Club
of (ireensboro and by the Terpsicho-
reaii Club of Raleigh. She is a recent
graduate of Gordon-Conwell Theo-
logic;il Seminarv w ith a master's de
gree in counseling and mtirriage and
'fhe groom is the .son of Mrs. Jane
Savage Mcl.ean of l.umberton and
Mr. and Mrs. James Dickson Mel .can,
Jr. of Wilmington. He is the grandson
of the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee
Stivage of Rtileigh and the late Mr.
and Mrs. James IJickson McLean of
He is a graduate of Lumberton
Senior High School and Davidson
College, where he received a bach
elor of arts degree. He received a juris
doctor and masters of business ad
ministration from the University of
North Carolina atChtipel Hill and is a
law partner with Robinson, Bradshaw
and Hinson, P.A. in Charlotte.
The bride was given in marriage
bv her brother, Mr. John Cooper
Fow ler II of Charleston, S.C.
Mrs. Sheldon Yokley Fowler of
Chtirleston, sister-in-law of the bride
served as matron of honor.
Bridesmaids were Miss Carrie
Elizabeth Barnes, Mrs. Claire Bow
ers Jordan, Mrs. Sarah Hampshire
'I'ison, all c'f Charlotte. Miss Anna
I'rances Rogersonof Wilson and Miss
Sarah Jennings Willetts of
The groom's brother Mr. James
Dickson McLean IV of Wilmington,
served as best man.
Groomsmen were Mr. John Coo
per I'owler II of Charleston, Mr. Fdlis
Rhyne Davis, Mr. Jtimes Leland Kiser,
Mr. Michael Shane Melvin, Mr. Chris
topher Stephen Nesbit, Dr. Thomas
Hayes Woolen, all of Charlotte, and
Mr. Neil Archibald Jennings III of
Washington. North Carolimi.
I'lower girls were Miss Mary
Friinees Jennings of Greensboro, Miss
Claire Idizabeth Jones of l.illington.
Miss Nancy Lee MeLean and Miss
Rebecca Jane Mcl .eanrrf Wilmington.
Also in attendance were Master
John Wrrods Jennings of Greensboro
and Master Gordrni I lain Teter of
Master Nathaniel I'wier Jones of
Lillington vvas the ring lietirer.
Program attendants were Miss
Patricia Ann Teter of Charlotte, Miss
Bailey Gordon Jennings and Blake
Walker Jennings of Greensboro.
I'he wedding reliearsal was held at
l.ake Louise Pavilion given by the
parents of the groom.
I’ollowing the ceremony, the wed
ding reception was held ;it Roaring
Gap C lub.
After a wedding trip to Ittily, the
couple will live in Charlotte.
Michael and Monika Miller of
Raeford announce the birth of their
son, Joshua Kurt Miller, born May
8,2002 at Scotland Memorial Hos
pital. Maternal grandparents tire Otto
and Hilde Quattlander of Ontario
and paternal grandmother is Patricia
Miller of Lumber Bridge.
These births were reported by
Cape Fear Valley Medical Center:
Emmette II and Dawn Wilkie,
Raeford, a daughter, Elizabeth Rey
Robert and Janet Goyco, Rae
ford, a boy, Christopher Allen
Darrell and Janice Daniels, Rae
ford, a son, Darius Duwayne
Jose and Yuri Hernandez, Rae
ford, a son, Fabian Adrian
Susan Clark and Danny
McCollum, Raeford,ason, Ketigan
Willis Locklear and Tonya
Ctirter-Locklear, Shannon, a son,
Willis Blake Locklear.
Ruiz, Raeford, a daughter,
Gabriella Kuulei Ruiz.
Clarence and Valencia
Patterson, a daughter, Katlyn
Unique Katrella Patterson.
Photo Reprint Service offered
The News-Journal is proud to
provide its readers with a photo
reprint service. If you would like
a duplicate of a photo taken by
a Newsjournal staff member or
free-lance photographer, fill out
this form and mail it to the ad-
dre.ss below or bring to our of
fice on Elwood Avenue. The
photo must have appeared in a
publication of The News-Journal.
Most photos we take are on
color film, so your reprint will
be in full color even though it
appeared in The News-Journal
in black and white. All reprints
are on 8 1/2 x 11 high gloss ink
jet paper. You may pick up your
reprints or we will mail them to
you. Processing time is about
one week. Call 875-2121 for
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Mail form with check or money order
or bring form to;
P.O. Box 550 • 119 W. Elwood Ave.
Raeford, NC 28376
For Visa / Mastercard (CIRCLE ONE) payment:
Mrs. Robert S. McLean
Color me healthy seminar
schecJuled for June 13
I lokc County child care providers
working w'ith four- and five-year-olds
may learn how to leach their young
charges the importance of healthy
eating and being physically active at a
"color me healthy" seminar.
Instructors will be Helene
Edwards, WlCdirector, MokeCounty
Health Center and Clinton McRae,
County Extension Director, N.C. Co
operative Extension- Hoke County
Center. All materials will be piovided.
Training will be hel^J.Thursday,
June 13 at 6:30-9 p.m. in the confer
ence room of the Hoke County Public
Library. Registration is required by
June 7. For information, call McRae
or Dianne Scarboro at 875-3461.
Tell us about it!
The News-Journal is eager to help you spread the news about your
engagement, bridal parties and wedding.
To have your engagement, bridal party or wedding announcement printed
in The News-Joiinuil, come by our office at 119 W. Elwood Ave. in Raeford
or cal I us at 875-2121 to get the appropriate form for your event. Engagement,
party and/or wedding forms are required for notices to be printed, and you may
return them either to our office or to P.O. Box 550, Raeford, 28376, no later
than noon Friday preceding the Wednesday you would like your announce
ment to run. Due to space limitations. The News-Journal cannot guarantee a
specific date to print your announcement.
Along with bridal news, we also welcome engagement and wedding photos.
Just submit good-quality, color or black and white photos with your announce
ment; you may pick up your photos after they are printed.
Family is proud
Tiffany Lynn Avina, a fifth grader at Rockfish Hoke Elementary, earned
the pride of her parents, David and Kimberly Avina and brothers David
and Wyatt, for being chosen for the President’s Education Award of
Excellence. The family surprised her with flowers and a balloon.
YOU’RC inVITCD TO VlfIT YEGCITOUId!
V'c’ggieTou'n is a place to learn ^reat family values you can use every
iLiy, both now and in the future! It’s a place where children nges 3-12
can discover that Gtxi mcule you .special and he lores you very
Enjoy the lovahL' characters from Veggie-Tales vid
eos , the catchy songs, innm'ative activities, crafts and
games! And best of all, participants will learn how to
apply God’s values to their lives from generation to
When it comes to learning Qod's truth in a fun
new way...There's no place like VeggieTown!
June 9-13th • 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Raeford United Methodist Church
IFOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 875-2111.
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