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FIRST-PI ACE winners in the Shallotte Junior Woman's Club Student Arts Festival included West
Brunswick High School students (front, from left ) Allison Keill, Stacey Hill , Elizabeth Roberson,
Paige Sloane and Pamela Detrie, and (back) Reggie Frink, Bridget Hill , Terrence Nawara and Chris
Associated Artists' Groups Seeks Members
The Associated Artists of South
port a local group that promotes the
arts, is looking for more members as
it prepares for a busy year.
"We arc a very enthusiastic group,
have a great year planned and look
forward to having new members,"
said Donna Monday, publicity chair
Officers tor the year arc Ortrud
Tyler, president; Jonnic Gillis, vice
president; Phyllis Riley, treasurer;
and Myrtle Swan, secretary.
Plans for 1992 includc monthly
exhibits and shows as well as a se
ries of workshops beginning in
March with a two-day session led by
A fish fry, free boat rides and
live music will highlight "A Day
At The Docks In Holdcn Beach"
Saturday, March 21, from 10
a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Brunswick Conccrt Band
and the Sugar Loaf Ramblers
will entertain. Local painters will
display their art work, and visi
tors will be able to tour a U.S.
Coast Guard cutter.
Holdea Beach Manna will
host the event For more infor
mation. call the Greater Hokten
Beach Merchants Association at
Gantt To Address
Harvey Gantt will be the featured
speaker Saturday, Feb. 22, at 7 p.m.
at the second an
nual banquet of I
the Brunswick 2
County Cultural I r ^
Awareness Cuai- ku EST
will be held in
the Public As- V ??
at the Brunswick ?
County Govern- gantt
ment Center in Bolivia, said
spokesman Penta Price.
Gantt is a Charlotte architect and
a past Democratic contender for the
U.S. Senate seat held by Jesse
Helms. The Charleston, S.C., native
graduated from Clemson University
with honors in 1965 and earned a
master's degree in city planning
from Massachusetts Institute of
Technology. He served three terms
on the Charlotte City Council before
being elected as mayor of the city in
1983 and again in 1985.
He is the cofounder of Gantt Hub
erman Architects, a member of the
board of trustees of Friendship Bap
tist Church and a member of the
Democratic National Committee and
the North Carolina State Democratic
The Cultural Awareness Coalition
provides cultural and educational ac
tivities for local residents. The focus
of the banquet will some aspect of
Mary Ellen Golden of Wilmington.
The Association operates Franklin
Square Gallery at Franklin Square
Park in SouthporL Gallery hours arc
Tuesday through Saturday, 10:30
am. to 5 p.m. The gallery is closcd
in January and February and will re
open this March 1 with a fresh coat
of paint provided by volunteers.
Association dues arc SI 5 a year
for individuals and S20 per family,
according to Joane Wilson, member
ship chairperson. Members should
be age 18 or older.
Members arc required to "sit" the
gallery one-half day per month
March through December, from
10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., or from
1:30 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Members in good standing arc eli
gible to have their art displayed for
sale in the gallery. The gallery
charges a 20 percent commission on
sales for members who sit the
gallery and 40 percent commission
for members who do not. Members
also have use of the studio outside
To join the association prospec
tive members should send a check to
Associated Artists of South port, P.O.
Box 10035, Southport, N.C. 28461.
District Crafts Seminar Set
Craft classcs offered by the North
Carolina Cooperative Extension Ser
vice April 8 and 9 in Fayetteville are
open to any person interested in
learning a new skill and then sharing
it with others in their own county.
"This could be persons who work
in Bible schools, 4-H and other
youth groups, teach craft classcs,
work with senior citi/.cn groups or
simply share what they learn with a
few friends," said Mary L. Russ, a
Brunswick County home economics
Both one-day and two-day classcs
Two-day classes include quilt as
you go jacket, beaded ornament or
pin and hardanger ornaments, hand
tied fringe, and woven cane chair
One-day classes offered April 8 in
clude a basketry class for beginners,
tin punch wall hanging and rag point
chair pad. On April 9, a more ad
vanced hearth basket class is offered.
Half-day classes offered April 9
only include morning and afternoon
sessions teaching quick crafts such
as folded wallpaper angels and dried
flower wreaths, and more quick
crafts such as toe molding Santa,
prairie garland and star making. A
morning-only session is set on mak
ing a "Cleopatra" shirt ? a jersey
type shirt decorated with rhine
stoncs, studs and nailhcads.
A packet with details on classes,
costs, registration fees and registra
tion forms is available from the
Brunswick County Center of the
North Carolina Cooperative Exten
sion Scrvicc at Bolivia, 253-4425.
Parents Have Support Group
The Wilmington chaptcr ol Pa
rents Supporting Parents will meet
Thursday, Feb. 20, at 7 p.m. in Wes
ley Memorial United Methodist
The theme for the evening will be
"Plan for Tomorrow Today," an
?lUUliCcd Roiiuall NCnuCny, COOiUl
nator of the group. Susan Hartley,
program director of the Life Plan
Trust, will speak about the impor
tance of developing a plan for the
future to ensure a high quality of life
for a family member with disabili
ties, he said.
The seminar is free and offered to
parents of children with special
needs, said Newberry.
The church is located at 1401
South College Road in Wilmington
and free childcare and refreshment
will oc offered. Participants siioulu
enter at the back of the building, he
Newberry encourages person with
questions about the program to call
him at 1-919-251-5817.
HALF PRICE OR less
New spring items arriving daily
will be sacrificed at
Absolutely every item must go!
All Apparel ? Jewelry ? Accessories
Missy ? Jr. ? Petite
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Located in Low Country Stores on llwy. 179 in Calabash
THANK YOV-THANK YOU
CALABASH VOLUNTEER E.M.S. COMMERCIAL FUND DRIVE
In October 1991 an appeal for an annual contribution
was delivered to all the businesses, restaurants and golf
courses in the 50-square-mile area we serve.
We wish to sincerely thank the following for their
" ncrcus contributions:
Calabash Seafood Hut Mark Shelley Builders
Lawrence Cheek, D.D.S, Marsh Harbour Mnrina
Calabash Family Medicine Victoria's Ragpatch
Mole Hole of Calabash Tony's Pizza
Oceanside Corporation Kanoy Communications
Skats Restaurants, Inc. Bemac Inc.-B. Heilig, Attorney
Walters Realty A.D. Scott Electrician
Lewellyn- Lewis Building & Realty
-Calabash Volunteer E.M.S. Board of Directors
Student Arts Festival Winners Named
Shallotlc Junior Woman's Cluh
has announced the winners of its an
nua! Student Art* Festival, held Feb.
3 at West Brunswick High School.
Local middle and high school stu
dents competed in the visual and
performing arts, literature, sewing
First-place entries will advance to
district competition next monti\
with a chance of further advancing
to the state finals, said Cathy Payne,
Winners and their entries wore as
Arts and Crafts
.Seventh-Ninth Grades: Rebecca
Derosa, eighth grade, Waccamaw
Elementary, first; Rusty Hughes,
seventh grade, Shallotte Middle, sec
ond: Julie Gore, eighth grade.
Shallotlc Middle, third place; and
Elizabeth Dctrie, ninth grade. West
Brunswick High, honorable mention.
Tcnth-llth Grades: Reggie Frink,
10th grade, first; Monty Bellamy,
1 1th grade, second; and Larry Long,
11th grade, third, all students at
West Brunswick High.
Twelfth Grade: Staccy Hill, first
and second; Demans Bellinger,
third; and Brian BarUctt, honorable
mention, all from Wesl Brunswick
Fiction: 1 1th- 12th Grades ? Brid
get Hill, Life Without Cary, first;
Terrcnce Nawara, The Sacrifice , sec
ond; 7th-8th Grades? Leah Sloanc,
I'll Be There, first; Heather Hcavcn
cr. Sand Castles , second; and Jordan
Johnson, The Taxi, third.
Non-Fiction: Uth-12th Grades ?
Local Art ? Pottery ? Jewelry
"Oil Painting Classes"
Winter Hours (Jan. & Feb.)
Tues., Thurs., Sat. 10-5
Calabash Post Office Complex
' Jlwy. 179 ?(919)579 992
L. SLOAN K (JRAY DKKOSA
Tcrrcncc Nawara, Cheering The
Way To London, first; Ashley Mar
shall, lee nave Driving, second; and
Jeremy Hcwett, Hard Work and
Dedication , third; 9th- 10th Grades
? Allison Kcill, You've Come A
Long Way. Baby, first; Lauren Boyle,
Live From New York..., second; and
Jamie Jennings, Autumn, third;
Also, 7th-8th Grades ? Leah
Sloane, Being Drug Free ami Proud,
first; Amanda Chestnut, Drug Free
and Proud, second; and Jeremic
Vamam, Being Drug Free and
Poetry; Uth-12th Grades ? Chris
Smith, Who Am I, first; Terrence
Nawara, Out There, second; and
Valerie Holdcn. The Merry-Go
Round, third; 9th-10th Grades ?
Paige Sloane, My Sunshine, first;
and 7th-8th Grades ? Sondra Gray,
Free, first; Crystal Widener, New
Years , sccond; and Chad Smith,
Beth Robcrson of West Bruns
wick High took first place honors in
sewing, needlework anil music (clar
inct). Pam Dcirie placed first in
In paper sculpture, Mark Shannon
placed first. Caroline Sheffield, sec
ond, and Charisma Stevenson, third.
All are seventh grade students at
Shallolie Middle School.
Judges in the literary division in
clude Owen Weddle, Ph.D., director
of general education at Brunswick
Community College, and part-time
English instructors Catarina Mc
Donough, Jean Stanley and Sue
Weddle. Steve Skillman of the
Brunswick County Schools was the
music division judge. Wendy Mil
azzo and Susy King judged the arts
and crafts entries.
In the clubwomen's own competi
tion, Vicki Rogers won first and sec
ond place in photography, Sharyn
Morrison won first and second place
in decorative painting, Cathy Payne
won first place in ceramics and
Susan Gibbic won first place in ba
Call today to sign up.
Marilyn J. Boehm. M.D.. Ph. D. 919-754-5581
Village Pines. Shallotte 919-754-9949
January 22, 1992
Brunswick Professional Pharmacy
All prescription records
have been transferred to
Kerr Drug Store
Hwy. 17 North, Shallotte, NC
(Beside Food Lion)
Phone: (919) 754-7570
Our pharmacists Vikki Stocks &
Angie Pyatte will be glad
to assist you.
Store Hours: M-Sat. 9-9