PEOPLE IN THE NFWS
Ronald Hewett Named To North Ca
rolina D.A.R.E. Board
Konald Hcwctt of Supply was ap
pointed to the
D A R E. Offic
9 in Greensboro.
Department, will HEWET I
represent the state's southeastern
district, one of eight in the state.
D.A.R.E. is an acronym for Drug
Abuse Resistance Education. It
teaches children to develop positive
attitudes and behaviors.
More than 900 fifth-graders have
graduated from the 17- week pro
gram in Brunswick County since it
started in 1990. Another 300 will
graduate in May.
Hewett, a county native, is a grad
uate of West Brunswick High
School and the University of North
Carolina at Wilmington.
He has served with the sheriff's
department since 1983 and was pro
moted to lieutenant in June 1990 to
coordinate the D.A.R.E. program.
Clemmons Gets Letter
U.S. Navy Petty Officcr 2nd
C lixss Gregory C'ciuiiicus hu.s rc
ceivcd a letter of appreciation.
He was cited for professional per
formance of duty while assigned
with Helicopter Ant-Submarine
Squadron Three. Jacksonville, Fla.
According to a news release, "the
diligence, enthusiasm, motivation
and professionalism which he dis
played contributed significantly to
the accomplishments of his unit's
Clemmons is the son of Beverly
A. Clemmons of South port and is a
1980 graduate of South Brunswick
High School at Boiling Spring
Lakes. He joined the Navy in March
Wants To Teach
Doris Reiner, a math major from
Bolivia, is one of five students at
Catawba College in Salisbury tutor
ing students this semester at Naz
areth Children's Home three times a
Tutoring is a service project of die
Teacher Education Association at
Catawba, of which Ms. Reiner is a
She wants to teach high school
math, a vocational choice she terms
"premeditated poverty" while ac
knowledging she isn't going into the
teaching profession for money.
"1 had a teacher in high school
who said the reason she went into
teaching was becausc of immortali
ty." said Reiner in a news release
from the college. "She gave a part of
herself to every student who came
through her classroom that's going
to live on forever.
"I think 1 kind of feci that way,
Ward Makes List
Clawson Ward of Route 1, Long
wood, has been named to the dean's
list for the winter quarter at Horry
Georgetown Technical College in
Conway, S C.
Ward, 51, is studying hotel man
agement technology at the college.
He had a ,V6 grade point average for
Staff Sgt. Walter R. Harrison has
been decorated with the Army Com
The medal is awarded to those in
dividuals who demonstrate outsiand
ing achievement or meritorious ser
vice in the performance of their du
Harrison, the son of Ariencic Har
rison of Route 1, Ash, is a counter
signals intelligence officer at Fort
Sherry Stout-Stewart received a
master of arts
degree in math
17 from Fayette
ville State Uni
versity in Fay
She attained a
4.0 grade point
average for her
final semester of
studies. STOUT-STEW A RT
Ms. Stout-Stewart is a 197X grad
uate of West Brunswick High
School in Shallottc and a 1982 grad
uate of St. Andrews Presbyterian
She is the daughter of Christine
Stout of Ash and the late Jack Stout.
Keith Harris of Bolivia has enlist
ed in iiic U.S. Army Tor three years.
The 1991 graduate of South Bruns
wick High School is the son of
Catherine Harris of Bolivia.
Harris will report for hasic train
ing at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., in
April, then attend training to become
a motor transport operator.
Reports For Duty
U.S. Navy Petty Officer 1st Class
Robert A. Me teal f recently reported
for duly aboard the aircraft carrier
USS Kitty Hawk , homeported at
Naval Air Station North Island, San
Metcalf is the son of Robert A.
and Phyllis M. Metcalf of Southport.
He joined the Navy in May 1976.
On Honors List
R(xlnev Reid Chapman of Route
1, Supply, is among 1,343 students
to be recognized for scholastic
achievement during winter quarter at
St. Cloud Suite University, St.
To gain recognition, a student
must have completed a minimum of
nine credits with a grade point aver
age of 3.75 or higher on a 4.0 scale,
in courses graded on a A through F
letter basis, said Deborah Hudson,
assistant public relations director.
Waccamaw Names Latest Honor Roll
Waccamaw Elementary School at
Ash has announced the honor roll
lor the fourth six-weeks grading pe
Earning all As were Amanda
Bland, Jarod Lcggett, Jessica Stout
and Nicholas Tompkins, fourth
grade; Aimec Long, fifth grade;
Kevin Anderson, Erica Minion and
Tasha Thompson, sixth grade; and
Shanna King, seventh grade.
Those who earned the A/B honor
roll had no grade below a B, as fol
iu ?* *>.
A/B Honor Roll
Fourth Grade: Travis Anderson,
Ricky Babson, Rhonda Bates,
Michael Condrey, Jimmy Fowler,
Will Gore, Tony McDowell, Jenn
ifer McLean, Richard McLcan,
Tony Mintz, Belinda Simmons, Jac
queline Smith, John Stanley and
Fifth Grade: Melissa Babson.
Christie Blackwell, Michelle Con
drey, Delphia Daniels, Jomondre
Frink, Chris Gore, David (iore.
Natasha King, Amanda Lcc. Crystal
McPherson, Leslie Milligan, Suicey
Phillips, Chris Russ and Joshua
Sixth Grade: Ashley Cox, Aaron
Gore, Jennifer House, Michelle
Hughes, Amber Inman, Leigh Evc
rcttc Milligan, Terra Milliken, Sam
Mint/, Jason Norris, Tiffany
Sk.3ggs, Michael Stanley, Raven
Stocks and Stephanie Todd.
Seventh Grade: Crystal Bailcs,
Brandon Bartlcy, Jennifer Gore,
Jamie Hewett, Sherida Marlow,
Joyce Nelson and Joseph Pivcr.
Eighth Grade: David Bowens,
Holly Clemmons, Wesley Grant,
April Mintz, Davis Simmons and
Choir Plans April 10
The North Carolina Central Uni
versity Touring Choir will present a
concert Friday, April 10, at 7:30
p.m. in the Public Assembly Build
ing at the Brunswick County Gov
ernment Center in Bolivia.
The touring choir has distin
guished itself as one of the country's
outstanding university ensembles,
according to a news release, per
forming from an extensive repertoire
of sacred and secular music of vari
ous styles and periods.
The choir is compose of students
from the College of Arts and
Sciences and the School of Business
at the university. The 41-voice en
semble includes two students from
Brunswick County, sophomores Ta
nia M. Butler of Shallotte, a sopra
no, and Sherwin Keith Bryant of Lc
land, a bass.
Within the last two seasons, the
choir performed conccrts with the
New Harlem Chamber Orchestra at
Carnegie Hall and the Kennedy
Center for the Performing Arts. The
choir performs frequendy through
out North Carolina and the South.
Its annual spring tours have in
cluded performances along the East
Coast, the Midwest and the U.S.
Dircctcd by Music Department
Chairman Charles Gilchrist, Ph.D.,
the choir has recorded three albums.
Admission lo the concert is a 55
donation, payable al the door.
Waccamaw Elementary Student Wins
Waccamaw Elementary student
Ladrinda McKeithan won first place
and was named overall fifth-grade
winner in the "Recycle, Don't
Waste" poster contest sponsored by
the Brunswick County Health De
partment and the N.C. Public Health
Association March 9.
Other winners were Carmen
Hickman, Shallotte Middle, second
place and overall fourth-grade win
ner, while Camille Wilir.euth and
Ryan Walherware, both of Shallotte
Middle, tied for third place.
School Bus Driver
At South Brunswick
A school bus driver course will be
held March 25 through 27 at South
Brunswick High School for individ
uals interested in becoming school
bus drivers with the Brunswick
County Board of Education.
Vicki Jenretue, driver education
specialist, will conduct the course.
The class will meet from 8:30 a.m.
to 2:30 p.m. each day; participants
must attend all three sessions.
For more information, contact
Ms. Jenrette at 754-5098.
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