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Afghan Raises Funds
Ronald McDonald House volunteers from Carolina Shores (left to right) Vivian Myers, Sandra Dow
ling and her mother, Marie Vaccarino, pose with an afghan featured in a recent fund-raising project
for the Ronald McDonald House in Durham. The afghan look Ms. Dowling "four or five days" to
knit, and u as won by Cathy Ambrose. The house assists families of terminally ill children undergoing
treatment at Duke University Hospital.
School Board: Supply It Is
Supply Elementary School it is.
The new elementary school under
construction at Supply will keep the
first name given it, Brunswick
County Board of Education mem
bers decided after getting a brief les
son in local history Monday night.
Maggie Galloway Munn, a native
of Supply who lives in Ricgclwood
and teaches science at North Bruns
wick High School, said the name
Supply is nothing to joke about.
"You need to do some research,"
she advised the board. She recalled
the community's role as a supply
center in the days when waterways
were the main transportation and the
landing at Lockwood Folly River
important to the local economy.
"Many years ago farmers and every
body had to come there to pick up
"I'm proud of Supply. I don't see
anything wrong with naming the
school Supply; it's in Supply."
Echoing support for the name
Fruit By The Box
West Brunswick High School
football team members arc taking
orders for citms fruit, with 1 ,(XX)
boxes expcctcd to arrive at the
Oranges and Indian River grape
fruit are S12 per box, and tangelos
and navel oranges arc S13 a box,
said Coach Marshall Scay.
Boxes weigh about 30 pounds to
35 pounds each.
"We arc calling on our fans to re
serve a box," said Seay, who has
coached the Trojans to the N.C.
Eastern 2-A High School Champ
ionship this year.
Scay said navel oranges arc in
short supply. People who order
navels should specify a second
choice when they order.
To place an order, call Lois
Benton at 754-4673.
Proceeds will go into the athletic
Supply Elementary, another speaker,
Carol Burney, said other county
schools had been named according
to their location and that she would
be "honored to see the school named
Commenting alter the meeting
Mrs. Munn said, "A lot of people
make fun of it, but without Supply
we w ould have starved."
Board members had agreed to re
consider the name of the scluxfl alter
Superintendent of Schools P.R.
Hankins, a native of Supply, said he
had received several comments
about it. He thought a more appro
priate name could be chosen.
However, at Monday night's
meeting most board members said
they had not heard trom any of theii
constituents on the matter. On a mo
tion by Yvonne Bright the board
voted unanimously to keep the name
Supply Elementary School.
'lite new school will open in tall
l(W2. housing approximately 7(X) to
750 students in grades K-5. It will
relieve overcrowding at Union
Primary, Shallotte Middle and
Southport Elementary schools.
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PERSONNEL C HANG ES APP ROVED
Supervisor Resigns Specialist Hired
Alter more lh;ui IX years' cm
ploymcnt, Diane Puquin is leaving
the Brunswick Ci>nnly Schools to
join a publishing company, while
Rita S. Hatcher is leaving the
Brunswick C'ouniy Health Ixpait
inent to become the school system's
new substance abuse spec lahst.
Ms. I'aquin, who will be training
teachers to use a company's mstiuc
tional materials, was elementary su
pervisi >r at the central oil ice and had
Ix'en employed by the county
schools 18 1/2 years. She began as a
leather at Union Primary School in
1973-74, alter having taught in the
North Tarboro, While Oak and
Clayton schools. Her resignation is
cffcctivc Jan. 2.
Ms. Matcher succeeds Jell
("limbic m the substance abuse spe
cialisi slot. C'untbie resigned to ac
cept a community drug abuse- pie
vention post in Columbus County.
Ms. Hatcher, who was to begin her
new post Tuesday, had been em
ployed since early I W I as health
educator with the county health de
The Brunsw ick County Board ol
Education handled these two
changes Monday night in routine
personnel actions taken following a
two hour executive session.
I ho doscd-ik>or session was
called it > discuss attorney client. hi
depcudent 'iii(r;t. I?'i and |vrson?el
In other (K'lsoiiiiel action the
?Approved the hiring ol (iliislaiiic
Sin uli ol < kean Isle Beacti, interim
I iciicli teacher at South Brunswick
Middle School; Ted I recnian ol
Reston. Va., computer technician,
ccntral ollice; Caroline Jordan of
Wtlmmghu, ii item ii computer tech
nician lor the balance ol December,
Nanc> Johnson ol Orrum. interim
art teacher. Waccainaw b.lctiicntaiy;
Beverly Butler ol Shallotte, interim
teacher assistant. I'nion Primary;
Pamela Summerlm ol Bolivia, re
ceptionist/clerical assistant, central
ollice; and Selena (iore ol Shallotte.
interim tilth tirade, Shallotte Middle.
? \ppiovcd moving Waccainaw
r.lenienlaty ScIiimiI Guidance
Counselor Wendy Milligan to the
position ol drop-out prevention co
ordinator. central ollice, on an inter
im basis, u. i th plans to fill the guid
ance slot on an interim basis as well.
Waccainaw F-lenientary art teachcr
Sally McMillan ol Shallotte was
transferred to diagnostician with the
central ollice, effective Jan. 2.
? Apptovcd lilling jxisitions in the
special education program, as fol
lows: ('tail Dragon, Yaupon Bcach,
interim special education, South
Brunswick Middle; Cynthia Avcnl,
Wilmington. special education,
Southport llementary; Sandy Stout,
Supply, interim special education,
Shallotte Middle; Mary Ann Karr
iker, Bolivia, interim preschool, Bol
ivia F.lemenuiry; and Janet Steph
enson. Greenville, S.C., interim
HI-. 1 1 teacher, Leland Middle.
? Also accepted the resignation ol
Kh/abelli Dimnielle. teacher assis
Uuit. Southporl Elementary; Marion
?Approved leaves ol absence lor
various reasons to Julia Morrison,
filth grade teacher, Shallotlc Middle;
Michael Williams, vocational l cac ti
er, South Brunswick Middle; Lex
anne Bryan, special education teach
er, I. eland Middle; and Carole
Bradley, teacher assistant. Union
?Approved as substitute teachers
the following: Carol II. Evans,
Kenny Morrison. Dehra Whitmer,
Marguerite Ballengcr, Ghislaine
Smith, Fclisa Benton. Elisabeth
Osick and Gladys M. Frink.
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