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BCC PHOTO BY ANN MAR't BELLAMY
AT ITS ANNUAI. Sweetheart Dance, students of Brunswick Community College's Brunswick Inter
agency Program honored a "royal court" selected by popular vote. They are (from the left) King Shane
Stanley of Shallotte, Queen Marilyn Cottle of Bolivia , Princess Teresa Smith of Shallotte and Prince
Harold Jones of Sunset Harbor.
BIP Holds Annual Sweetheart Dance
Students in the Brunswick Inter
agency program (BIP) at Brunswick
Community College dressed in their
best finery and danced to a live hand
at their annual Sweetheart Dance
Fifty BIP students and their
guests attended the event in BCC's
Student Center. Music was provided
by John Rirhnrd and Albert Ropers
of Soulhport, Luke Fulford of
Shallotte, Wade Hanslcy of Supply,
David F.. Roberson and Linda Denis
of Holdcn Bcach.
The program provides the coun
ty's dcvclopmenially disabled adults
with continuing education, support
ive employment and other services.
Earlier in the week students voted
class titles for their peers and they
were honored during the festivities
Shane Stanley of Shallotte was
named king and Marilyn Cottle of
Bolivia queen of the dance. Harold
Jones of Sunset Harbor was named
nrinrr anit Torcsa Smith nrinress
The four were crowned by BCC
President W. Michael Reaves and
BCC Vice President for Instruction
All BIP students were awarded ti
tles at the dance, with their titles
prominently displayed on their cor
sage or boutonnicrc.
Those designations were as fol
lows: LarTy Long, Lcland, Mr. Sin
ceic, Juuy Reed, ShalloHc, Miss
Valentine; Brian Gore, Shallottc,
Most Photogenic Male; Gloria Har
vey, Bolivia, Most Popular Female;
Paul Crocker, Most Popular Male;
Charles "C J." Zaks/.eski of South
port, Mr. Cupid; Melissa Noms,
Shallotte, Miss Cupid and Prettiest
Female; Leon Walker, Shallotte, Mr.
Romance; Rhonda Bellamy, Lcland,
Miss Romance; LaCamius Parker,
Mr. Hcartbrcakcr, and Penny James
of Lcland, Miss Hcartbrcakcr.
Also, Shirley Gore, Miss Flirt;
David Roberts, Mr. Chamicr; Jeff
Smith, Mr. Personality; Lisa Hicks,
Miss Personality; Kelvin Williams,
Friendliest Male: Carroll Sexton,
Most Outgoing Male: Tracy Bor
dcaux, Most Outgoing Female; An
ton Adams, Cutest Male; Trina
Bland, Cutest Female; David Fuq
uay. Kindest Male; Doris King,
Kindest Female; Dennis Wilson,
Sweetest Male; and Rita Sisk,
Others include Donald Sharpc,
Mr. Romeo; Frances Long, Miss
Juliet; Karen Litchficld. Most
Devoted Female; Jennifer Puma,
Miss Affectionate; Richard Abamo,
Mr. Affectionate; Melissa Lee, Miss
Lovable; Brian McMillian, Mr.
Lovable; Edna King, Miss Hug
gable; and Hal Thomas, Mr. Hugg
able; Betty Rochele, Most Consid
erate Female; John Singleton. Most
Considerate Male; Kay Todd, Most
Thoughtful Female; Timothy Blouir,
Most Thoughtful Male; Russell
Bcvill, Most Talkative; Kelly Hum
phrey, Mr. Dynomite; Danny Hol
den. Most Cheerful Male; Robert
Clemmons, Mr. Casa Nova; Mark
Malpass, Mr. Cuddley; and Debbie
Andrews, Miss Cuddley.
Speaker At Fest
Jesse Bryant, immediate past
president of the Cedar Grove
Chapter of the NAACP, will be
the keynote speaker for the
Brunswick County African
American Festival Saturday, Feb.
29, starting at 8 p.m. in the
Public Assembly Building at the
Brunswick County Government
Center near Bolivia.
The event is sponsored by
both the Cedar Grove and South
port chapters of the National As
sociation for the Advancement
of Colored People.
As part of the program, Afri
can-Americans in leadership
roles throughout the county in
the churches, civic and commu
nity life and politics will be rec
ognized in a presentation by
Ralph Parker, owner of a busi
ness in Bolivia.
Light refreshments will be
served and the 100- voice Mass
Male Choir will provide music.
Team Member Advocates Change
In Way Schools Teach Science
A Brunswick County team has re
turned from a conference in Wash
ington, D.C., earlier this month with
a desire for change, says David
Dorsett, in the way science is uiught
in the public schools.
Dorscu, a senior engineer with
Carolina Power & Light's Bruns
wick Nuclear Project near South
port, attended the the "A Strategy
for Change" conference as a partner
from industry. Other participants
were Carol Midgett, a Southport Pri
mary School teacher; Mose Lewis,
assistant superintendent for curricu
lum; and Gloria Yount, director of
"We heard speeches, reviewed
models, played games and brain
stormed our way to an understand
ing of how our nation's teachers and
school administrators can design a
curriculum in the future for teaching
science," wrote Dorsett in an essay
following their return.
The process meant learning to set
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aside personal mindsets and develop
ing an openness to new ideas, newer,
belter and different ways of looking
at or doing things, he continued.
Today teachers teach students sci
ence by using textbooks. Dorsett en
visions a change to a hands-on, pra
ctical experience method. He also
sees the potential for integration of
science education with other sub
jects such as communications skills,
by requiring students to relate their
scientific observations on paper.
"This can be done. It can be fun,"
he said. "We all tend to remember
things longer when we learn them in
a fun way through experimentation
Advocating a change to a hands
on approach, he concluded, "Effec
tive teaching methods designed to
rcach students, allong with our en
couragement and support for
change, will go a long way in giving
our children new educational oppor
tunities they so richly deserve."
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West Brunswick Announces
Third Term Academic Honors
West Brunswick High School has
released its honor roll for the third
six- week grading period of the
1991-92 school year.
Students who attained the list ei
ther earned "Gold Card" honors
with an A average on coursework,
or "Green Card" honors.
Ninth Grade: Tiffany M. Dan
iels, Jamie Dennis, Rebecca Rae
Hughes, Stephanie Russo and Rac
Tenth Grade: Tina R. Hewelt,
Allison Keill, William Bradly
Lewis, Mary Rachel Pearce and
Chris Ray Wilmcth.
Eleventh Grade: Sean Marcus
Twelfth Grade: Terrcnce M.
Ninth Grade: James Troy Arms,
Aaron Ballou, Cyrcnthia R. Bardon,
Muslimah Bethca, Jonathon Blak
bum, John Mark Branning, Sarah J.
Branning, Kavinia L. Brown, Farrah
L. Bryant, Beverly Caison, Shannon
Carter, Brian Daniels, Ginger Rce
Dcaton, Elizabeth D. Dctric, Kim
bcrly Dowlcss, Darla Fox, Stephanie
M. Frink, Thomas A. Gallagher,
Tamara Galloway, Madonna Gausc.
Waveland Gore, Felicia Gray,
Marvin B. Grissett, Heather L. Har
dee, Marietta D. Heustess, Daniel
W. Hcwett, Dcrrick Hcwctt, Kelli
Lcc Hewctt, Pacic Hcwctt, Samara
Hcwett. Polly Hickman, Polly H:H,
Loria Hill, Penny Hill, Chasity
Hincslcy, Jamie Hlastala, Pccola
Holmes, Michelle Hughes, Eric
Johnson, Michael Johnson, Robert
Johnston, Kelly Jones, Mclinda
Keiii, Phillip King, John Garrett
Long, Mary Lucas, Amber Mcrccr,
Michael Millikcn, Catherine Neill,
Christopher Payne, Melanic Phillips,
Clarissa Price, crin Redwine, Bobby
Roberts, Joseph Sapp, John Scor
zcllo, Dallas Sellers, Anthony C.
Shrcve, K. D. Singletary, Kevin An
drew Smith, Angela Kay Snook,
Samuel Spayd, Debra Jolynn Stan
ley, Kelly Stcpp, Beverly Strickland,
N. Stumblingbcar. William D. Suggs
Jr., Tavis Wayne Thompson, Minde
Jo Vincc, Mary Susan Ward, Neil
M. Warren, Brandy Nicolc Watson,
Kenneth Paul White, Craig Lcc
Williams, Kimbcrly L. Wireman and
Jason Dennis Wood.
Tenth Grade: Jessica Benton, L.
Wayne Branch, Chris Carlisle, Eric
Carpenter, Willard Causey, Kim
Davis, Jamie Foss, Reggie Frink,
Uiura Galloway, Misty Galloway,
Monekia Gause, Kristic Gibson,
Megan A. Grissett, Marie Grissctl,
Shana Grissett, David Mitchell
Helms, Vickic Herrin Gregory Hcw
ett, Jennifer Lynn Hewctt, William
Hobson, Justin D. Inman, Jennifer
N. Johnson, A.G. Karagiannis, Hca
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Jennifer Smith, Shannon Spears,
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Eleventh Grade: James Bellamy,
Dorothy Blackburn, Lauren A.
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Naaman Larry Rachels, Deirdre
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Jenny Jo Stout. Jeffcry Leon Thom
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Twelfth Grade: Todd Andrews,
Lorcc A. Ballenberger, Heather E.
Beck, Cynthia D. Bellamy, Damaris
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Caroline Carlisle, Barry L. Chad
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Ann Milikcn, Tikila S. Morgan,
Wanda R. Morgan, Rebecca L.
Oxcndinc, William P. Poison, Eliza
beth S. Roberson, Benjamin K. Rob
inson, Jessica R. Robinson, Melanie
Robinson, Daniel T. Russ, William
T. Russ, Margaret L. Small, Ronald
Smith, Edwin Bryan Snow, George
Gus Stathos, Beverly J. Stevenson,
Nathan G. Swain, Jcnnficr Vcrccn,
Marcclla E. Vercen, Donald Earl
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Girl Scouts Say
Local residents who ordered Girl
Scout cookies can expect delivery
very soon, according to Vickie
Poole, Brunswick County Girl
Scouts communications representa
Those who didn't get a chance to
order cookies have a second chance
to buy some, she said, at cookie
booths scheduled over the next sev
eral weeks at local shopping areas.
Cookies On Way
Girl Scouts will operate booths
Friday evening, Feb. 21, and again
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday,
Feb. 22, in front of Wilson's food
store in Shallottc; after school on
Friday, Feb. 28. and again Saturday.
Feb. 29, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at
Food Lion at Seaside; and March 7
from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Ocean
Isle 1GA, Maxway in Shallottc and
Food Lion at Seaside.
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Shallotte, NC 28459
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