PEOPLE IN THE NEWS
Burton Named Katherine Smith R
Michal Nikkia Burton of Lcland
has been selected to receive a
Reynolds Scho- '
larship to attend H
of North Caro- f ...
lina at Greens
boro this fall. v Jr
She is the
daughter of Lex
ie and Lillian
Buron of Route
5, Lcland, and a BURTON
senior at North Brunswick High
Miss Burton plans to major in
Lnglish, with teaching and journal
ism as her career objectives.
She was one of 45 students to re
ceive competitive scholarship
awards to UNCG based on superior
achievement and potential, qualities
of leadership, evidence of interest in
others and motivation toward useful
purposes in life.
The Reynolds Scholarship award
ed to Burton is worth S3.500 per
year and is renewable for three years
of undergraduate study beyond the
freshman year, based on academic
The scholarship is funded by the
Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation of
At North Brunswick, Miss Burton
serves as editor of the school news
paper, a peer counselor ana member
of the Students Against Drunk
Driving chapter. She attended the
N.C. School of Mathematics and
Sciencc during her junior year and
attended North Carolina Governor's
School in English.
She has been a Quiz Bowl mem
ber and is in the academically gifted
This summer she plans to serve as
a volunteer for the Cape Fear
BCCA Elects Officers
Brunswick County Citizens Asso
ciation (BCC) leaders for the current
year took office this month.
All but one of the previous offi
cers were re -clected, said President
Thurman Cause of Grisscttown.
In addition to Gausc they are as
follows: Jerry Munn, chairman of
the board; Vclma Williams, first
vice president; Willie Fullwood, se
cond vice president; Linda Green,
third vice president; Annie S. Frink,
treasurer, Joe Stevenson, secretary;
Bamabus Stanley, sergeant at arms;
and Sandra Robinson, parliamentari
Veronica Manlovc was elected
District chairmen arc Roscue But
ler, District 1; Sinclair Bernard,
District 2; Eugene Gore, District 3;
Willie Sloan, District 4; and Louis
"Bobby" Brown, District 5.
BCCA meets the Tuesday night
after the third Monday of each
month at 7:30 p.m. at the Pincy
Grove Community Center, Bolivia.
Food, Music , Fun On Tap
At Belville Celebration
Food, carnival games, kids rides, craft booths and free entertainment
arc on tap at the fourth-annual Belville Founders Day celebration begin
ning at 9 a.m. Saturday, March 28, on Main Street.
Lecsburg band of Wilmington will play country music at the street
dance from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. All entertainment, rides and games arc
free. Jack Jones will be master of ceremonies.
"This year will be 15 years that the town of Belville has been a
town," said Vickie Gooch, town clerk, "and wc would like for everyone
to help us celcbratc. Wc are looking forward to a day of fun and relax
Ryder Preston of Newport, an Elvis impersonator for 26 years, will
perforin his show, "Keeping the Legend Alive." He has recorded two
country records and will inducted into the Elvis Impersonators Hall of
Fame in Las Vegas on July 31.
Also, magician Dave Risley of Wilmington will perform. He is not
ed for making balloon animals to entertain children.
The Fabulous Four, a beach music group from Mount Olive, will
make its second appearance at the festival with a combination of rock
and roll music from the 50s and 60s.
The schedule is as follows:
9 a.m. to 9:05 a.m North Brunswick JROTC
9:05 a.m. to 9:20 a.m North Brunswick High Band
9:20 a.m. to 9:30 a.m Miss Brunswick County
? Crystal Williams
9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m Azalea Coast Cloggcrs
10:30 a.m. to 1 1 a.m Dave Risley ? Magic
1 1 a.m. to 1 1:15 a.m Miss Brunswick County
11:15 a.m. to 12:15 p.m Brunswick County Cloggcrs
12:15 p.m. to 12:45 p.m Dave Risley? Magic
12:45 p.m. to 1:45 p.m Ryder Preston ? Elvis Show
1:45 p.m. to 2 p.m Jack Jones ? Comedy/Magic
2 p.m. to 3 p.m Ryder Preston ? Elvis Show
3 p.m. to 3:15 p.m Brunswick Children's Theater
3:15 p.m. to 4: 15 p.m Fabulous Four ? Beach Music
4:15 p.m. to 4:30 p.m Brunswick Children's Theater
4:30 p.m. to 5:30 p.m Fabulous Four ? Beach Music
s' p.m. to 6:30 p.m Leesburg Band ? Country Music
6:30 p.m. to 6:45 p.m North Brunswick High Dancers
6:45 p.m. to 7:45 p.m Leesburg Band ? Country Music
7:45 p.m. to 8 p.m Gary Nunnelee ? Comedy/Magic
8 p.m. to 9 p.m Leesburg Band ? Country Masic
W A Democrat
Building A Better Brunswick County
Cpl. Christopher H. Sladc has
completed the equipment records
and parts specialist course at Fort
Lee, Petersburg, Va.
Students learned manual and au
tomated procedures for supply of re
pair parts and maintenance of equip
ment rccoids in support of unit
readiness at direct and general sup
Sladc is the son of Goldic M.
Sladc of Leland and Robert O. Sladc
of Brooklyn, N.Y. He is a 1987 gra
duate of North Brunswick High
Navy Constructionman Michael E.
Thornton, son of Michael E. and
Nancy L. Thornton Sr. of Route 5,
Leland, recently graduated from Bas
ic Construction Mechanic School.
During the coursc at Naval Con
struction Training Center, Port
Hucncme, Cal., students received in
structions on the fundamentals of
gasoline and dicscl engine mainte
nance and repair.
Thornton, a 1991 graduate of
North Brunswick High School,
joined the Navy Reserves in Sept
On CFCC Lists
Nine students from Brunswick
County earned all As during the
winter quarter at Cape Fear Com
munity College in Wilmington,
while another 10 made the dean's
RYDER PRESTON will per
form his Elvis show, "Keeping
the legend Alive" at the Bel
ville celebration Saturday.
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list, said Belly R. Richardson, inter
im dean of student affairs.
On the A or president's list with
4.0 averages arc Rita Blake, Shalccn
E. Brady, Heather S. Coffin, Ronald
E. Mint/., Sherri Potter and Monica
O. Standar of Leland; Ruby S. Cas
anova of Winnabow; Michael P.
Henderson of Yaupon Beach; and
Ginger K. Young of Southport.
On the dean's list with grades of
3.50 or better with no grades lower
than C arc Ginger L. Black, Angela
D. Butler, David L. Childcrs. Kevin
D. Fcnncll, Suzanne M. Henry,
Mitch R. Lanier, Jennifer S. Mc
Conville and Shirley A. Mock of
Leland; and Kenneth R. Mahancy
and Alan M. Shirley of Southport.
Mario we Graduates
Taylia D. Marlowe graduated
13 with a degree
in medical office
assisung and an
award of excel
lence in medical
A 1991 gradu
ate of West
mar low h Brunswick High
School, she is the daughter of Larry
and Brenda Marlowe.
Miss Marlowe completed a six
week cxtcmship at Charlotte Plastic
Following graduation she was
honored with a get-together given
by the pastor and some members of
her church family at Greater Ml.
Zion F.B.H. Church in Charlotte.
Met With Legislators
Members of the State Employee
Association met with a contingent of
area state legislators that included
Rep. David Redwine and Sen. R.C.
Soles March 21 at the District 89
The breakfast was held on the
campus of The University of North
Carolina at Wilmington and was an
opportunity for state employees and
legislators to discuss mutual con
State employees from Brunswick
County who attended were primarily
from the N.C. Department of Trans
portation, said District 89 Publicity
Chairman Douglas Hall. In addition
to Ms. Hall they included Ernie
Evans. EMPAC chair; H. Lee Cur
nc; Bob Gore; Linda Millikcn;
Mona LaFountaine; and Glen Allen.
Keisha Gregory, an eighth grade
student at Shallotte Middle School,
Shallottc, has been selected to par
ticipate in a Youth Leadership Con
Sponsored by the North Carolina
State Legislature, the conference
will be held June 21 through July 3
on the campus of East Carolina
University at Greenville.
Seventh- and eighth-grade stu
dents from across the state will be
attending the event.
In Honors Band
Four members of the West Bruns
wick High School Band were select
ed to participate in the honors band
at the 17th annual Instrumental Mu
sic Festival held March 21 at Pem
broke State University in Pembroke.
They were John Clark, freshman;
Jennifer Gore, junior; and Willie
Hewctt and Beth Robcrson, seniors.
said band boosters spokesman
Cumbie On TV
Jeff Cumbie of Calabash, cxccu
tivc director of the Columbus
County Alcohol & Drug Prevention
Coalition, will appear on WECT
TV's Carolina in the Morninx show
on Friday, March 27, at 6 a.m.
Cumbie will discuss the coalition's
role in selling up prevention pro
grams aimed at reducing drug and al
cohol abuse in Columbus County.
Sign Up Now For
For CPR Class
Registrations are now being ac
cepted for beginning classes in car
diopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)
that will begin May 22 from S: 30
a.m. to 5 p.m. at Little River
Medical Center, Little River, S.C.
Cost is SI 5 and registration is
limited to 10 people per class, said
Rosa Bland, bookkeeper.
The medical clinic is a not-for
profit medical center.
For more information on the
classes, contact Mrs. Bland at 803
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