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Still Time To Enroll At BCC
Registration for spring quarter classes at Brunswick Community
College continues through Friday, March 13 at the main campus on
U.S. 17 north of Supply.
Spring term classes begin this week and continue through May 28,
said Anne Marie Bellamy, public information officer. >
Registration today (Thursday) is from 10 am. to 1 p.m. and 5 p.m.
to 7 p.m.
Late registration will be held from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. only on Friday,
which is the last day to register for spring classcs.
Students who are enrolling in curriculum programs will need to be
assessed for course entry, said Mrs. Bellamy, particularly in language
usage, reading, numerical skills and study skills.
The ASSF.T assessment will he offered today (Thursday) at 9 a.m.
and 5 p.m.
Tuition at BCC is $161 per quarter for a full-time student, someone
who is taking 14 or more credit hours. For part-time students, tuition is ?
$ 1 1 .50 per quarter hour.
More information is available from the BCC Office of Student
Services, 754-6900, 457-6329 or 343-0203.
MONTHLY MEETING HELD
Brunswick County Board of Edu
cation members handled a number
of routine personnel items Monday
night in a continuation of their regu
lar monthly meeting.
The board approved:
?Hiring Dayna Sanders of Holdcn
Beach as an interim fourth grade
tcacher at Shallottc Middle, Cynthia
Covil of Shallotte as an interim third
grade teacher at Union Primary;
Lori Varnum of Supply as an inter
im Chapter I teacher assistant for the
ccntral office, with a computer spe
Also, Felisa Benton, Supply,
TIMS clcrk, bus garage; Stacy
Tripp, Harold McCoy and Brenda
Gore, Southport, cafeteria assistants,
Southport Elementary; Rita Ding
wall, Southport, interim tcacher as
sistant, Southport Elementary; Mary
A. Webster, Shallottc, and Debra
McKcithan, Shallottc, interim thera
peutic assistants, Bolivia Elemen
tary; and Ann Matlingly, Shallotte,
interim thcrapcutic assistant. Union
?Accepted the resignation of Laurie
Sillings, Southport, teacher assistant,
Southport Elementary; and Beatrice
Beatty, custodian, Lcland Middle.
?Granted medical leaves of abscncc
to Kelly Frink of Calabash, a West
Brunswick High itiaui leather,
Nancy Vcrccn of Bolivia, teacher
assistant, Bolivia Elementary;
Louise Rivenbark of Bolivia, cafete
ria worker, Bolivia Elementary; Ma
zclle Benton, Lcland, cafeteria
worker, Lcland Middle; and Wilhcl
mcnia Evcrcttc, Lcland, assistant
cafeteria manager, Lincoln Primary;
and educational leave of absence to
Marie Brittain of Bolivia, a teacher
assistant and bus driver at Bolivia
?Approved end-of-ihe-school year
retirement of Mabry Dennis of
Longwood, a teacher assistant at
?Approved disability leaves for Ida
M. Johnson of Bolivia, custodian,
Bolivia Elementary; Mazclle Benton
of Leland, cafetcria worker, Lcland
Middle; Marguerite York of Shal
lotte, French teacher, Shallottc Mid
dle; and Barbara Holcombc of Shal
lotte, fourth grade teacher, Shallotte
?Approved as substitute leathers:
Paul Price, Jennifer Lcavitt, Leslie
Hamilton, Diane Baker, Margie
Candler, Joyce Burroughs, Martha
Hickman, Carol Stcpp and Mary
In other business, the board ap
proved three student trips and asked
a committee to examine the salary
schedules for secretaries.
wmr #? r r- .
Up For Adoption
This 10-week-old female mixed
husky-collie is available for
adoption this week from the
Brunswick County Animal
Shelter. She is described as
very friendly and as getting
along well with children. She
has had her first set of booster
shots. This puppy and many
other pels can be seen at the
shelter on N.C. 211 south of
Supply Monday through Fri
day from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Patricia (Patty) Young
'Candidate For The People'
Don't be tooled bv
$66 Available in
\ STAFF PHOTO BY SUSAN USHfct
STATION ATTEND/NT Jackie llinson of Waste Industries stands
beside one of the largi recycling containers in place at the transfer
station off Hale Swan 9 Road. All three county transfer stations are
accepting glass, aluninum cans and newspapers for recycling,
with more locations couing later this year.
County Opens Recycling
Centers At Three Sites
Brunswick County's thrcl trans
fer stations arc acccpting avmited
assortment of items for rccyclbg.
Last week, containers were set up
at the stations, which arc loc^cd in
Leland, Southport and off Hale
Swamp Road between ShallotU and
Ocean Isle Beach.
Items being acccpted arc dfcar,
green and brown glass, alumi^im
cans and newspapers without in
serts, said Randy Gainey, brafch
manager with Waste Industries, tic
county's new solid waste collection
"A lot of people don't knov
we've got recycling yet," Jackit
Hinson, attendant at the Halt
Swamp road station, said Monday. \
"Most of the people I've talked
with say they're really glad we start
ed this," he added.
The county's contract with Waste
Industries tails for the operation of
10 recycling stations at a cost of
S63.600 annually. Overall, the con
tract is worth S561.082 per year to
handle residential garbage and rccy
Brunswick County Manager
David Clcgg said the county will
hire a recycling coordinator within
the next few weeks. He said Waste
Industries will open more recycling
centers to meet the required 10.
"I would expect to see that occur
ring," said Clegg. "There's obvious
ly going to be a transition."
Most communities have been
without recycling centers for several
Eight recycling stations were
forced to close last year after hauler
George Bush of Florence, S.C.,
pulled his trailers out of Brunswick
County. He said the market for ma
terials was down and that he was
Centers remained open at Sunset
Beach and at Southport.
Hinson said the recycling bins arc
designed for self-service, but that he
assists recyclers soit items into the
proper containers and tries to make
sure people disposing of household
waste know about the recycling ser
The transfer stations, which also
accept most household waste but no
"white goods," batteries or construc
tion debris, arc open from 8 a.m. to
4:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday.
Consumers will not sec an imme
diate increase in the variety of items
accepted for recycling.
Gaincy said the resale market for
other rccyclablcs is "dead" right now,
but that he expects the county to be
|in accepting plastics at a later time.
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Vashington, DC April 2-5
Savannah. GA April 10-12
Nagra Falls. New York . June 21-27
Coast to Coast July 28-Aug.20
Plus Many More
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SATURDAY, MARCH 14TH
10 A.M. 'Til 5:30 P.M.
Includes Fall & Winter and
Spring and Summer Apparel
All sales final. No refunds, exchanges or
Food Program Set March 27-28
Brunswick County's Department
of Social Services will distribute
U.S. Department of Agriculture
commodities March 27 and 28 at the
former Mint/ Chevrolet building on
U.S. 17 in Bolivia.
The site will open at 9 a.m. on the
Z./UI OJIU ClUdC <11 J.JU [/.111. li Will
reopen at 8:30 a.m. on the 28th and
remain open while the supply lasts.
Commodities will include cheese,
butter, commeal, flour, green beans,
pears, beef or pork, raisins, peanut
butter and tomatoes.
The program is intended as a
quarterly supplement to other ser
vices within the county. There arc
no guarantees that there will be
enough of the food available to sup
ply everyone eligible for the pro
gram, a news release indicated.
Items will be distributed on a
first-come, first-serve basis. Persons
who qualify must bring their white
commodity card and Uieir green
identification card. White cards will
be mailed by March 5.
A family is considered a food
stamp household if it received food
stamps in February. All households
not participating in the food stamp
program are required to complete a
commodity application. Eligibility
to receive commodities is based on
the entire household income during
Persons who qualify can send
someone to pick up the commodities
for them if the person completes in
formation on the back of the white
card or provides a statement to DSS
authorizing a person to pick up the
Participants should bring a box or
container. For more information,
call Shirley Weston at DSS, 253
439 1 , 763-9798 or 457-6227.
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