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Center Holds Open House
Ifrunswick Adult Day Care Center Inc. opened the doors of its new site on Al Street in Shallotte to the public Sunday afternoon , giving
lours of the facility recently renovated and furnished through contributions of labor and materials. The not-for-profit center will provide
mobile senior adults with an activity program and supervision, offering respite for their regular caregivers al a rale well below the actual
cost of the service. Shown above are project volunteers (from left) Hill Waples, Dave Gibson, (jinny Waples and Joe Carter, board chair
Design Contest Planned For 1992 Oyster Festival
llio logo design for the 1992 NC
Oyster Festival will be chosen once
again bv the public at this year's
festival. Oct. IS
Professional and amateur artists
of all ages .ire invited to participate
in the logo design contest, spon
sored by the South Brunswick Is
lands Chamber of Commerce.
Allan Dameron, this \ ear's festi
val chairman, announced at a recent
meeting that Don Evans of Coastal
Insurance and Realty will chair the
1992 Oyster Festival Logo Contest.
"Allowing the public to choose
the logo at last year's festival
worked very well," said Evans. It
was decided again this year to put
die decision back into the hands of
the trusty public."
Ray Cullis of Southport won last
year's popular vote with a design
that featured long clammers at
work, silhouetted against a blazing
The 1992 winning design will be
used for next year's festival, sched
uled the third weekend in October,
and will be displayed o:. T-shirts
and sweatshirts, posters, brochures
and other promotional materials.
The artist creating the winning
design will receive a $100 cash
prize awarded by the chamber, and
the design will become the property
of the Oyster Festival Committee.
Designs must be 8 inches by 10
inches in si/.e and must be in color.
Tommy Carpenter of Supply is
calling on area residents to join the
Si. Jude Children's Research Hos
pital Wheels For Life Bike-A-Thon
slated Saturday, Oct. 12, from 9
a.m. to 3 p.m. ai Simmons Ranch on
Volunteer workers and riders are
needed for this event to raise funds
for the research center in Memphis
in its battle against childhood can
cer and other catastrophic childhood
diseases. Founded by Danny
Thomas, the hospital operates pri
marily from public support.
"We're looking for riders and
helpers who will contribute their
lime and talent to help children
live," said Carpenter. "We really
need lots of riders, since they are
the ones who can make this Bike-A
Riders ask sponsors to make a
donation based on each mile com
pleied. Riders turning in money re
ceive a certificate. Those who raise
S30 also get a St. Jude T-shirt, while
those who raise S75 also get a
sports bag in addition to the T-shirt
"The real prize. though, is the
pride everyone can take in giving
children a chance to live a normal
life," said Carpenter.
For details on riding, sponsoring
a rider or volunteering in sonic oth
er way, contact Carpenter at 754
Girl Scouts Plan
Girls ages 5 through 18 in the
Shallotte area who are interested in
Girl Scouting may register with a
iroop and bowl one tree game
Spokesman Vickie Poole said the
annual Girl Scout kickoff will be
held Saturday, Sept. 21, from 3 p.m.
lo 5 p.m. at Brunswick Bowling
Center on N.C. 179 south of
Shalloite Middle School.
All girls must be accompanied by
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Who has the cutest
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Back-to-School & Fall
Infants ? Toddlers
Girls 0-14 ? Boys 0-101
Shoreline Dr., Sunset Beach
Also, the design must include the
following words: 1 2th Annual
North Carolina Oyster Festival, Oct.
17 & IS, 1992, South Brunswick
All entries must be accompanied
by a separate sheet ol paper listing
the designer's name, address, and
telephone number and must be de
livered or mailed to the South
Brunswick Islands Chamber of
Commerce, 4948 Main Street, PC )
Box 1 380, Shallottc, NC, 28459.
The deadline to submit entries is
5 p.m., Friday, Oct. 11, 1991 . Evans
saici potential contestants can he as
sured that no entries will he accept
ed during the festival.
Judging will take place at the fes
tival site. Sea Trail Plantation, on
Friday, Oct. IS. The winner will be
announced during the festival activ
ities on Saturday. Oct. Il>.
l-'or a copy oi the rules lor the lo
go contest, call or go hy the
Chamber ol Commerce . on the cor
ner of U.S. 17 Business and N.C.
130 in Shallotte. For more informa
tion, call the chamber office. 754
6644, or Don Hvans. 754-4326.
Two individuals, one business
and one group from Brunswick
County were honored as outstand
ing volunteers by Gov. Jim Martin
Sain B. Edwards Jr. of Shallotte,
Dr. Lee Langston and stall of
Shallotte, Larry Nielsen of Boiling
Spring Lakes and the North
Brunswick High School DEC A
chapter received Governor's
Volunteer Awards Sept. 12 ai a
recognition ceremony at East
Carolina University in Greenville.
According to the Governor's
Office of Citizen Affairs,
The Langston medical practice,
nominated by Principal Ed Lemon,
was recognized for providing free
physicals after hours to student ath
letes at West Brunswick High
Nielsen has served as an AARP
volunteer tax aide lor 1 3 years,
helping senior citizens prepare fed
eral and state tax forms and training
others to help in the same fashion.
He averages 10 In 12 hours ol ser
vice a week from February lo April
as a tax volunteer and also serves as
treasurer ol the Brunswick County
Literacy Council. He was nominat
ed by the Boiling Spring Lakes
F.xtension I lomeniakers Club.
Edwards, though disabled, volun
teers regularly at both Union
Primary School and Shallotte
Middle School. I nion teacher
Louise Butler, who nominated him,
said Ldwards helps students with
academic work and with their daily
North Brunswick's DECA chap
ter serves both us school and gener
al communities, involving other stu
dents and generating school spirit
Nominated by Principal James
McAdanis, the DECA chapter par
ticipates in programs such Adopt
A- Highway and VIC "s Christmas
Angel Tree, and sponsored special
events such as Flag Day and Yellow
Ribbon Day at school.
Annual Ole Time Festival
Set For Leland Saturday
Free entertainment, arts, traits and rides lor ehddren will highlight
the 7th Annual Ole Time Festival in Leland Saturday.
Sponsored by the Leland Community Action Group, the festival is
he IJ each year to bring together family and friends ol the Leland com
munity, said coordinator Jean Speight.
The event will be held at the old Leland school park beside the (Hist
office on Village Koad from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Music will be provided this year by The Fabulous Four and The
Carolina Rebels. There is no admission.
'Hie Fabulous Four, a beach music band, placed third and was
named the best vocal group at the national Discovery Talent Search
competition in 1988. The Carolina Rebels feature blucgrass and country
music and have recorded three albums.
Refreshments and pit-cooked barbecue will Iv sold at the festival.
Hilly Hob the clown will visit along with Hatinan and Zorro, said Ms.
There will also be a train ride and hay ride for the children.
For more information, call Ms. Speight. 37 1 -94 1 1 . or Debbie
Saturday's schedule is as follows:
9 a.m. to 9:30 a. ni North Brunswick High School Marching
9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m Azalea Coast Cloggers
Band. JROTC Color Guard
10:30 a.m. to 1 1 a.m
1 1 a.m. to 1 1 :30 a.m
.Ventriloquist Lori Harris
Red Dragon Society Karate Youth
1 1:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m
12:30 p.m. to I p.m
1 p.m. to 2 p.m
2 p.m. to 2:30 p.m
Brunsw ick County Cloggers
Magic by Dave Ristcy
Carolina Rebels Hand
Red Dragon Society Karate Adult
2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m
3:30 p.m. to 4 p.m
4 p.m. to 5 p.m ..
The Fabulous Four
Magic by Dave Risley
.The Fabulous Four
5 p.m. to 6 p.m
The Carolina Rebels Band
THE FARUIjOUS FOUR will play beach music at the Ole Time
Festival in Iceland Saturday.
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