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    Busy Week Set
For Easter Bunny
Numerous Brunswick County
Easier egg hunts are on the. calendar
for the Easter season, beginning
Sunday.
The Long Beach Parks and
Rccreation Department will com
bine its event with a puppet show
that will begin at 3 p.m. at Mid
dleton Park, followed by the egg
hunt. Times will be staggered for
various age groups, with children
age three and under participating at
3:30 p.m., ages 4 through 6 at 3:45
p.m. and ages 7 through 10 at 4 p.m.
Children are to bring their own bas
kets and should be on the lookout
for a furry visitor.
A twist to this year's program
will be the Egg Drop at 3:30 p.m.
The Long Beach Fire Department
will give participants the opportuni
ty to cushion the landing of a raw
egg with materials of their choice.
This event is for kids age 10 and
older as well as their parents. For
more information, call 278-5518.
April 18 is the date for two other
egg hunts. The Brunswick County
Government Center in Bolivia will
be the scene of a 2 p.m. hunt, with
participants asked to meet at the
Public Assembly Building.
A spring bonnet contest will also
be featured, so participants are to
bring their bonnets and baskets This
is open to all youngsters age 9 and
under. More information can be ob
tained by calling Emma McGraw al
253-4357 or 1 -800-222-4790.
Calabash Veterans of Foreign
Wars Post 7288 holds iLs April 18
egg hunt from 10:30 a.m. to noon
for toddlers to age 12, on the post
grounds in Traders Village.
Refreshments will be served.
On Easier Sunday, ihc Calabash
Volunteer Fire Department will hold
a 2 p.m. egg hunt for youngsters in
its service district at the Calabash
l ire station on Persimmon Road.
Fire-engine rides and refresh
ments will also be available for the
children, and the Easier bunny in
scheduled to make its appearance.
CEDAR GROVE AREA NEWS
Following In Their Footsteps
BY BARBARA T. HKWETT
Three students from the Cedar
Grove communi
ty who attend
Shallotte Middle
School appear to
be following the
cxccllent exam
ple of some of
ilic communUv's
finest and most
successful native
sons and daugh
hewktt lcrs
They are Richard "Rich" Bernard,
son of U/.ena and Samuel Bernard
II; and Rhonda and Nicole
Galloway, daughters of Carrie Mae
and Thomas Galloway II.
Rich likes school, hunung, fishing
and participating in missionary ser
vices on the local, district and state
level.
Rhonda and Nicole, youths of the
month at Cedar Grove Missionary
Baptist Church, arc dedicated to
mission participation on all levels.
Their hobbies include homcmaking,
cooking, sewing, sports and going to
state mission ministries in Raleigh,
Charlotte and Winston-Salem.
They're already txx>kcd to go to the
Leaders Workshop of the Woman's
Baptist Suite Convention in Raleigh.
In Their Steps
These three appear to be following
in the steps of some of the most suc
cessful products of our community.
I'm talking about young people
who were not afraid to knock their
heads against a college wall until
they could bring home the sheep
skin: attorney Willie Hewett, an at
torney in a congressman's office;
Earnest Hewett, a successful condo
minium builder in St. Thomas;
Wanda Bryant, a past assistant 1 3th
District attorney; and their predeces
sors, Kenneth Johnson, a succcssful
lawyer in Greensboro; Dr. David
Leon Gore, a general practitioner in
Hampton, Va.; and Joseph Gore,
Ph.D., dean of Mary Holmes Junior
College in Mississippi.
In a recent conversation some of
these succcssful young adults were
wondering if their lights were shin
ing bright enough to give a glimpse
to the youth today in their pursuit of
balancing the civic, social and
Christian components of their lives,
each in their rightful place so thai
joy and triumph arc the consequence
of their mission in life.
Its seems wc do have young peo
ple today willing to follow the ex
ample of hard work and dedication
set earlier in our community.
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Eastern Star Installs Officers
Order of the Eastern Star, Brunswick Chapter No. 341, held open installation of officers for 1992-92 on Friday, March 27, at Shallotte
Masonic Temple. The new officers began service April I. Installing officers and chapter officers are (front, from left), Noah Miller, associ
ate patron; I a> it is Miller, associate matron; Elizabeth Madison, worthy matron; Merell Hawes, worthy patron; second row (from left),
Cieine Milner, installing organist; Viola Itarison, past grand matron-installing officer; Bonnie Robinson, treasurer; Ixtretla Todd, install
ing marshal/; third row (from left), Sheldon Hickman, Electa; Jean Ross, Martha; Clara Schuster, Ada; Ouida llewett, organist; lx'slie
Roach, associate conductress; Teresa King, conductress: Woodrow Russ, marshal!; and (back row) Merlene Smith, Ruth; Dorothy llewett,
Esther; Thomas Peanc, chaplain; Kathleen 11 olden, secretary; and Bailey Russ, sentinel.
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