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The committee making plans
lor ihc 1992 "Graduation Cele
bration of Brunswick County" is
seeking gills of money or prizes
to support the all-night party lor
county high school graduates.
This year the drug- and alco
hol -free celebration for seniors
and their dates will be held May
29 at the Brunswick County
Government Center at Bolivia.
Music, games, food and prizes
arc planned, said Sherry L. Ivey,
secretary -treasurer. Donations
will be used to help seniors have
a safe and good lime at the party.
Checks, payable to Graduation
Celebration of Brunswick
County, ma\ be sent to the same
at P.O. Box 1082, Lcland, N.C.
West '82 Alumni
Members of the West Brunswick
High School Class of 1982 will hold
their lOth-year anniversary June 20
at die Joncs/Byrd Clubhouse at Sea
Trail Plantation, Sunset Beach.
Arrangements include heavy hors
d'oeuvrcs. a cash bar and a disk
jockey providing music.including
hits from the years class members
were in high school.
Cost is S22 per person. Those
planning to attend are asked to con
linn by submitting a check or mon
ey order, payable to "Class of
1982," no later than May 1.
The reunion is open to all class
mates, not just those who graduated.
Organizers have been unable to
locate all class members, a news re
lease indicated, and would like read
ers to pass die word about the re
Class members who haven't been
contacted can call Kim Bracey Hcw
ctt or Edie Bennett Caudill at 579
GED Testing Set
At Two Campuses
Test dates arc scheduled at two
Brunswick Community College
campuses for those who wish to ob
tain their high school equivalency
diploma, or GED.
Ail oi uic General Education De
velopment (GED) tests except the
lest of writing skills will be given ai
BCC's main campus north of Sup
ply Tuesdays April 14 and 28 from
1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
The same tests will be given at
the campus on North Lord Street in
Souihport Thursdays, April 23 and
Apnl 30, from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Interested persons may take the
writing skills test Tuesday, April 7,
from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. at BCC's main
campus. The writing skills lest will
also be given at the Souihpori cam
pus today (Thursday) at 5 p.m. to 9
More information on the GED
testing program is available from the
college. 754-6900, 457-6329 or 343
Kicking Up Their Heels
Kicking up their heels at the Kit Kat Klub as Brunswick Little Theater puts the final touches on its up
coming production of " Cabaret " are (front) Vicki Rridgers and (hack, from left ) Tracey II olden, Tina
Stuart, Ashley Reams and Julie Ixtmpe. Performances are April 9, 10 and II at 8 p.m. at Centennial
Center, Sth and Ixird streets. South port. Tickets are $ 6 and are available in advance at Sweetreat and
Klein Paints or at the door.
Newly Formed Legion Elects Officers
The newly formed Calabash Am
erican Legion Post No. 503 clcctcd
1992 officers ai its March 23 meet
Acting Commander Richard Lan
ahan of Sunset Beach was clcctcd
post commander. Serving with him
will be Steve Allcrd, first vice com
mander, Aram Noorigian, second
vicc commandcr; George Lees, ad
jutant/treasurer, Harvey Miller,
chaplain; Dick Riley, judge advo
cate; and John Sullivan, sergeant-at
arms. Rounding out the executive
committee arc Jerry Falvey Jr., Art
McGinn, Bill Krousc. Bob Borstock
and Plummer Goode.
The patriotic, mutual-help and
community service organization
membership is comprised of honor
ably discharged war veterans.
Calabash Post No. 503 meets the
fourth Monday of each month at
7:30 p.m. at the Calabash VFW
Lodge Offers Aid
At its March 16 meeting
Shalloue Woodmen ol the World
Lodge No. 160 provided aid to sev
eral local charities and made plans
for several activities for young peo
The lodge donated SI 65 to
Brunswick Adult Day Care Center
in Shalloue to provide cable TV ser
vice and SI 20 to the Shalloue Ja//
Ensemble to purc hase music.
On a motion by Judy Clayton
sovereign, the lodge dccidcd to
sponsor a youth softball team
through the Brunswick County
Parks and Recreation Department.
Also, the Ranger Youth Lodge
will hold a "Great Strides" I OK
walk for cystic fibrosis Saturday.
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May 16, starting at Shallottc Middle
Jimmy Marshall and Larry
Hcustess, Held representatives, pre
sented plaques for 1 (X) percent
Woodmen families and recognized
three members for more than 50
years of service to the fraternity.
Bake Sale Set
Calabash Extension Homcmakcrs
Club will hold a bake sale Friday,
April 10, starting at 10 a.m. at
United Carolina Bank in Calabash.
Proceeds will be given to charities
in the community, said spokesper
son Gladys Rutler.
Demo Women To Meet
The Brunswick County Demo
cratic Women will hold a spring
membership dinner Tuesday, April
7, at ;7 p.m. at Democratic Head
quarters on U.S. 17 north of Supply.
All interested women are incited
to attend and arc asked to bring a
Harper To Speak
David Harper of Shallottc, a
member of the Brunswick Bird
Club, will present a slide program
on "Birds of the Carolin&s" at the
Carolina Shores Garden Club meet
ing Wednesday, April 8, at 1 p.m. at
the POA Clubhouse.
All arc invited, said club spokes
woman Pat O'Lcary.
Myrie Will Defend County
Spelling Bee Championship
Leslie Myrie Jr. of Southport will
defend his title as county spelling
champion tonight as he competes in
his third Brunswick Countv Spelling
Seventeen finalists in grades five
through eight from six schools will
compete at 7 p.m. today (Thursday)
in the cafeteria of Bolivia Hlc
mentary School for the title and for
an all-cxpcnscs- paid trip to compete
in the National Spelling Bee in
Washington, D.C. "Hie event is open
to the public at no charge.
Myrie was first runncr-up the first
year he entered the bee, then won
last year's bee and competed in the
A seventh-grade student at South
Brunswick Middle School, ho is the
son of Gladys and Leslie Myrie Sr.
Other finalists scheduled to com
pete tonight include Lauren Spencer,
Chrissy llewett. Heather Hcavener
and Mark Causey, Shallotte Middle;
Chris Russ, Carisa Stanley, Jonathan
Hughes and Tamara Kelly, Wacc
amaw Elementary; Christopher
Gore, Bolivia Elementary; Heidi
Layman, Southport Elementary; Me
gan Jeans and Catherine Wosc/.yna,
South Brunswick Middle; and
Laronda Ballard, Bonnie Shaw,
Willie Davis and Gregory Lofton,
In addition to the one-week trip to
Washington, D.C.. other prizes pro
vided by local and national sponsors
include electronic spellers and tro
phies for all contestants; a word
processor, set of encyclopcdias,
unabridged dictionary, desk refer
ence set and almanac.
Locally the bee is sponsored by
TAN AND TONE SALON
Hwy. 179 ? Shallotte ? 754-2950
1 Month Toning (Unlimited) $24.95
1 Month Tanning (Limit 15 Sessions) $24.95
'Must sign up by Wednesday, April 8
Tanning and Toning Lotions In Stock
OPEN: MONDAY-FRIDAY 10 AM-9 PM, SATURDAY 10 AM-5 PM
CALL FOR APPOINTMENT
the Shallouc Junior woman's Club
anil the State Port Pilot of Southport,
with supjxirt from local merchants.
Debbie Lemon, a icacher at
Shallouc Middle School, directs the
Book Fair Date Set
Waccamaw Elemeniary School
wilt hold its annual book fair during
National Library Week, Apnl 5-11.
The theme for this year's fair in
die schix)l media center is "Your
Right To Know ? Libraries Make li
Happen," said Lcacy Pierce, media
In an effort to encourage reading,
the books that will lie available will
be colorful and inviting, with pock
ets and flaps, endearing characters
and favorite toddler topics, she said.
Books will be available to suit die
needs and interests of students of
various ages anil adults.
A percentage of sales will go to
the school. The book fair is open to
the general public.
Congratulations & best
zoishes to the folloiving
couples who have regis
tered gifts and china at
Leigh I Ielms Mintz
& Jeff Mintz
Johnia McCumbie Wallace
& David Wallace
Sherry 1 lolden
& Charles Durham
Register your wedding
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