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PFOPI F IN THE NEWS
Bryant Named Regional Finalist
Karen Bryant, pharmacy manager
at the Kemersville Kmart, is one of
three regional fi
Kmart' s national
the Year award,
She was rec
in a store cere
award honors a pharmacist for ex
cellence in customer care, contribu
tions to the profession and involve
ment in community service and
A 1979 graduate of West
Brtinswick High School and 1984
graduate of the School of Pharmacy
at the University of North Carolina
at Chapel Hill, she is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Dolphus Bryant of
Supply. She has been employed by
Kmart sincc 1986.
An active member of the commu
nity, she is involved in organizing
health fairs, accompanies substance
abuse counselors to address pharma
ceutical issues, volunteers at the
Crisis Control Ministry Free Phar
macy in Winston-Salem, and is a
member of the Kmart Good News
(employee community outreach)
Ms. Bryant is a member of the
National Pharmaceutical Associa
tion and serves on the Task Force on
Minorities in Health Professions at
Wake Forest University.
Amy Michcllc Hewett, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Mack Hewett of Shal
lottc, was named to the dean's list for
fall semester at Salem College.
The music education major quali
fied by making at least a 3.5 grade
point average or higher.
A number of local students arc
among those receiving honors in the
middle school recognition program
at Cape Fear Academy, a private
school in Wilmington.
Named for outstanding service to
the school arc Charlotte Roberts and
Robbin Holdcn, both of Holdcn
Bcach. Miss Holden also made the
honor role for the second quarter.
Named to the upper honor role for
the second quarter were Rachel
Wallin of Southport, Cydncy Cowan
of Boiling Spring Lakes and Lesley
Holdcn of Holdcn Bcach.
Phillip Khan of Winnabow was
named to the headmaster's list for
students with an all-A acadcmic av
School Cites Three
Bolivia Elementary School re
cently announced its classroom vol
unteer, teacher and bus driver-teach
ing assistant for February.
Susan Mint/ Gore was named
month. The mo
ML'?' thcr of two chil
dren, she was sc
lected for her
service to the
ing reading, art
and cooking ac
Teacher of the month is Thclma
Fullwood, for her outstanding per
formance and dedication to her
fourth-grade students. Mrs. Full
wood, mother of five children, is a
graduate of Norfolk University and
earned her certifications at Hampton
Institute and East Carolina Univer
Karen Robinson Brown was the
school's bus driver-teaching assis
tant of the month. She is the mother
of four children and was named for
excellence in performance.
1 4 Earn Degrees At UNC-W
Fourteen students from Bruns
wick County earned degrees from
the University of North Carolina at
Wilmington at the end of the fall
Gcraldinc Holton Shaver of
Southport earned a master of educa
tion degree, with a specialization in
administration and supervision.
The 13 students who earned bach
elor's degrees arc as follows: Dawn
Louise Borszich and Ellen Rudd
Carroll, both of Southport; Anthony
Brad Creech, Susan Gametic Guy
ton, Sandra Dean Henry and Cath
erine Dcnisc Register, all of Lcland;
April Causey Evans, Cheryl Lynn
To Regional Office
Hve members of the Career Club
at Shallotte Middle School were
elected to Region II office last week
at the Career Club Region II Leader
The conference was held March 4
at Carteret Community College in
Morehead City, said club advisor
Winning their elections for the
next school year were Michelle
Turner, first vice president; Heather
Hcavcncr, sccond vicc president;
Yancy Ingram, secretary; Tangic
Bellamy, treasurer; and Kathym
Miss Hcavcncr is presently serv
ing as regional historian.
She has been elected state first
vicc president for next year due to a
rotation system, and will be installed
at the state convention in Greens
boro in April.
Evans and George Thomas Mad
ison, all of Shallottc; Julius Alton
King of Sunset Beach; Susan Lea
Wilson of Long Beach; Donald
Larry Robinson of Supply; and
Mary Smith Karriker of Bolivia.
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March 13 and 14
Clifford Curry, legendary member of The
Beach Music Hall of Fame who has performed:
"She Shot A Hole In My Soul"
"25 Hours A Day"
"Baby Won't You Shag With Me"
is looking forward to entertaining his fans in
the 90's with a hot new band.
Clifford performs his own hits along with the
smash soul favorites of Otis Redding, Sam
Cooke, James Brown and Wilson Pickett.
The Clifford Curry Band plays a mix of Hot
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Buyer Beware!!! Watch Out!!! Caution!!!
Clifford takes no liability for the fun his
audiences have when he sings his
"Otis Day and The Knights Medley"
Clifford's soulful way of wrapping his voice and
emotions around a lyric along with his ability
to get the audience up on the dance floor and
keeping them there is what makes Clifford
Curry, the entertainment legend he is today.
On the Beach at Ocean Isle, 579-6474
WEST HHUNSWICK HIGH SCHOOL recognized nine teachers this week for their students' per
formance on end-of-course testing last year. They are (front, from left) iMura Stone and Annese
Haire; and (hack, from left ) l.inda Callender, Deborah Travelstead, Nancy Coble, Rita l^ewis, David
Arrowood, Gene Bennett and (not pictured) Marti Gillis.
West Brunswick Cites Nine Teachers
Nine teachers at West Brunswick High School
have been recognized by the school administration for
their students' performance on cnd-of-coursc tests in
They arc the instructors of the classcs whose stu
dents attained the highest scores within each depart
ment on state end-of-coursc mastery tests for regulard
and advanced courses tested last year.
Laura Stone's advanced studies class in econom
ics, law and politics obtained the overall highest score
of any class at the school.
The others teachers, division and class attaining
the highest score arc as follows: Anncsc Haire, ad
vanced social studies, AP United States history; Linda
Callendcr, English, English I; Deborah Travelstcad,
math class, Algebra II; Nancy Coble, advanced sci
ence class, AC physical science; Rita Lewis, ad
vanced English class, advanced studies English;
David Anowood, advanced math class, advanced
studies Algebra II; Gene Bennett, science, AT physi
cal science; and Marti Gillis, social studies, U.S. his
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