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    ENTERTAiNMENT BRiEFS
Brunswick Concert Band Will Give May 3 Concert
The Brunswick Concert Band, un
der the direction of Paul Pittcngcr,
will present its four annual spring
concert at 3 p.m. Sunday, May 3, at
the Centennial Center, Eighth and
Lord Streets in Southport.
Featured selections will be num
bers from Porgy and Bess and West
Side Story. Also on the program arc
marches, jazz tunes and "big band"
arrangements.
VV?f Side Story , a success on
Broadway and in films, was com
posed by Leonard Bernstein. Its set
ting is the Puerto Rican section of
New York City, focusing on street
gangs and a lender love story.
"Tonight" and "Maria," popular
songs from this musical, will be on
the program.
George Gershwin's Porgy and
Hess is based on a DuBosc
Local Styling Salons, Clients
Work Together For Victims
This month, when local men and
women get their hair styled, they
can also help support Hope Harbor
Home, Brunswick County's domes
tic violence shelter.
Twenty-one beauty salons and
two barber shops are uniting to ob
serve Victim Awareness Month
through a campaign to inform wo
men of the services of this agency
and raise funds to support it.
During April, the salons arc rais
ing funds through individual fund
raising projects involving hairstyling
services, and information has been
distributed in the hope of reaching
those who may need Hope Harbor
Home services.
Participants in any of the individ
ual fundraising projects will be eli
gible to win the grand prize of
weekend accommodations for two at
4-H Fashion Winners Named
Tiffany Castccn, Chris Conner
and Heather Hilton took home blue
ribbons, trophies and camp scholar
ships as winners in the annual
Brunswick County 4-H Fashion
Revue held April 16.
The public assembly hall at the
Brunswick County Government
Center in Bolivia was the scene of a
colorful revue of spring fashions
created by 4-H members and narrat
ed by Fettina Bryant, a member of
the Youngstcrs-In-Acuon 4-H Club.
Tiffany and Chris were top win
ners in the senior teen division,
while Heather competed in the early
teen division. All will compete in
the slate clothing camp in Reidsville
May 1 and 2.
Other awards included participa
tion ribbons to Robert Hilton, Amy
Townsend and Casey Townsend in
the Partners in Learning (ages 6-8)
competition. Blue ribbons in this
category went to Cclia Sanders, who
was also awarded a trophy and 4-H
scholarship, Misti Lynn Gore, Heidi
Layman, Tina Long, JoAnna Hatch,
Daren Sellers and Dana Jenkins.
Red ribbon winners were Shawn
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Hayward story about life on
"Catfish Row" during the late
1920's and early 3()'s. Now consid
ered a great American folk opera, it
includes songs like "Bess, You Is
My Woman Now," "Summertime,"
"It Ain't Necessarily So," and "I
Got Plenty of Nuthin," that will
heard as part of the May 3 concert.
The concert is supported in part
by a grant from the Brunswick Arts
Council. Tickets arc 55, but children
underlO will be admitted free.
Season Tickets Available
"A Season of Superstars," next
year's concert series presented by
North Carolina State University
Friends of the College, will include
five outstanding performing artists
and ensembles.
The 1992-93 season includes the
the OMNI Hotel in Charleston, S.C.,
donated by a local travel agency.
The grand pri/e drawing and an
nouncement of the winning salon
will take place May 8 during a call
in show on domestic violence plan
ned by WDZD.
Since July, 1991, Director Cathy
Swaim said, 223 women and chil
dren have sought help from Hope
Harbor Home.
'There is a problem in Brunswick
County in regard to domestic vio
lence," she said. "Physical abuse
against women is the most unreport
ed crime, because social attitudes
discourage women from seeking as
sistance and protection.
"Hopefully, this campaign will
break through some of those barri
ers."
Futch, Clcnish Ballard, Sarah
Formyduval, Jcssica Jones, Shanice
Knox, Stephanie Rcnce Gancy and
Abigail Lairson.
Other early-teen participants
(ages 12-13) were Timmy Debriihl,
who won a blue ribbon, and Shan
non Perkins arid Becky Powell, who
received red ribbons.
Senior-teen participants (ages 14
19) included Rachel Turner and
Amy Smith, both red ribbon win
ners.
Awards were presented by Pearl
VV. Stanley, home economics exten
sion agent, and Mary Lou Cumbee,
4-H program assistant.
VFD Sells Dinners
Bolivia Volunteer Fire Depart
ment will sell dinners Saturday,
April 25, from 1 1 a.m. to 3 p.m. at
the fire station in Bolivia.
Plates will feature a choice of
chicken or ham and will cost S3.50
each.
Proceeds will benefit the depart
ment, said spokesman Ann Bowling.
Red Stars Red Army Chorus and
Danec Ensemble, vocal slylisl and
conductor Bobby McFerrin, violinist
isaac Stern, Doc Scvennsen and Die
North Carolina Symphony, and pi
anist Bella Davidovich and the
Danish National Radio Symphony
Orchestra.
Ticket priccs to the five-concert
series are S35 for general admission,
S50 for flex-night and $70 for re
served seats.
Season memberships may be pur
chased from the following Bruns
wick County volunteers: William
Boyd in Caswell Beach (278-6055),
Emma McGraw in Long Beach
(253-4357 or 278-4307), and J.R.
Angermayer (457-4973) and Phyllis
Jamicson (457-9005), both in
South port.
Membership may also be pur
chased by contacting the Friends of
the College office at 919-5 1 5-2835.
Rock And Roll Coming
Classic rock and roll comes to
Wilmington's Thalian Hall May 9
with a concert by The Coasters, be
ginning at 8 p.m. on the main stage.
The Coasters, who were the first
vocal group to be inducted into the
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, will
perform some of their greatest hits,
including "Charlie Brown," "Yakety
Yak," "Searching" and "Poison
Ivy."
Tickets for the concert are SI 5,
S13 and S8 with discounts available
for Thalian 1 lall members. For reser
vations, call or visit the Center Box
Office, 310 Chestnut St., 919-343
3664 or 800-523-2820.
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