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Brunswick Community College
has announced its dean's list and
honor roll for the 1992 winter quar
Students on the dean's list attained
a 3.5 to 4.0 grade point average dur
ing the quarter, while those on the
honor roll earned a grade point aver
age of 3.0 to 3.49.
Students who attained academic
honors arc listed by their hometown:
Shallotte: Julie L. Bennett, Kristi
Moshourcs Malonce, Delena L.
Stout, Jean A. Martin, James A.
Maroldt, Teresa B. Fowler, Amanda
B. Edministcn and Mary Crocker;
Supply: Shcrric L. Clarke, An
gela Clcmmons, Tonya B. Clem
mons, Kelli Childress, George
Drake, Krisinda R. Skipper, Hah B.
Zcttlcmoycr, Jacquclinc Smigicl,
Donald Smigicl Jr. and Martin J.
Bolivia: Karen A. Crisco, Joseph
Williams, Peggy Spcnccr, Toni A.
Randolph and Alorda P. Randolph;
Winnabow: Norman E. Sampscll
Jr., Chris A. Strange and Cynthia R.
Leland: Jeanctte Leonard, Marc
us Leonard, Thcron Leonard, Mau
reen Capez/a and Kris L. Klutz;
Long Beach: Michelle R. Dowd,
Jennifer L. Howard, Elaine J.
LeGrand, Robin R. McKcilhan, Bar
bara Polanski, Dcbra J. Shrader,
Clair N. Weber and Georgia A. Chr
Southport: M.S. Bolduc, Barbara
Princc, Ann S. Worley and Michael
Other: Michelle Carteret, Cas
well Beach; Jill M. McLean, Sea
side; Randy L. Wcddlc and Brcnda
G. Chancy, Sunset Bcach; Raymond
Andrews, Calabash; Charles R.
Womblc, Mark H. Spcncc, Carol C.
Gregory and James Maroldt of Wil
Ash: Cassandra L. Bar licit, Terry
Norris, Poncc M. Lowcry and Cindy
Supply: Tawannia M. Bernard,
Hilda Kendall, Heather Willard,
Robert A. Fairclolh and Deborah D.
County GOP Holds
The Brunswick County Repub
lican Parly will hold a free barbecuc
dinner Saturday, April 25, at 4 p.m.
at the GOP headquarters on U.S. 17
one mile north of Supply.
Members of the public will get to
meet and talk with Republican can
didates for office at the event.
District 2 Democrats
Set Fish Fry Sunday
Registered Brunswick County
Democratic voters can meet all
Democratic candidates for local of
fice Sunday at a fish fry sponsored
by District 2 of tlic Brunswick
County Democratic Parly.
The fish fry will be held from 1
p.m. to 5 p.m. at the Lockwood
Folly (District 2) Community Build
ing on Slanbury Road in Supply,
said spokesman Marion Davis.
Goodman Rd off Hwy 1 7
3 Miles N. of Winrvabow
Wed Sat 10 5 253-5964
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will be ready for fun all season long.
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knowledge you need to make your
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Island Village Specialty Shops
Hwy. 179, Ocean Isle Beach
(Behinc IGA) Open Monday-Saturday
Chemicals, Accessories & Equipment
College Lists Winter Honors
Shallottc: Tonuia M. Jones,
Connie Y. Price, Charles R. Skipper,
Rowena Walker, Brcnda E. Johnson,
Michael S. Bowman, Pamela P.
Rogers, Donald A. Clemmons, Wil
liam Carter, Christy L. Chappell,
Rrcnda Howard and Margene
Southport: Tcri Caison, Regina
M. Chirdon, Tcrri H. Key, William
S. Kirby, Patsy S. Meadows,
Rebecca L. Akers, Wendy A. Dail,
Darlcne Brown, Daniel Dillard,
Teresa B. Lancaster, Amanda Coll
icr, Pauline C. Creech, Lyncttc Law
rcncc, Brian McCall, Dorothy B.
Rogers and Betty Lewis;
Lo"g Heachr Kimhcr P Rnhncr.
Kclli R. Blakely, Margueritte K.
Craihcrs, Maria B. Evans, Barbara
Hester, Kenneth S. Morgan, Tammy
S. Yarboro and Patrick J. Walsh;
Leland: Velma B. Britt, Sharon
A. Walker, Amy Cumbcc, Martie B.
Raleigh, Myrde P. Ganey, Todd F.
Hayes and Tonia L. Taylor;
Bolivia: Christopher Jones, Matt
hew Bowling, Gregory Randolph.
Rcbccca Porter and Jeremy Roro
Ilolden Beach: Leslie F. Wilkins
and Melissa L. Helms:
Winnabow: Donna Y. Sullivan,
Felicia D. Galloway and William P.
Calabash: Ruel B. Wilson and
Christa L. Tompkins;
Other: Rcann C. Eaton, Ocean
Isle Beach; Lacinda M. Freeman,
Bolton; Laurie Skipper, Hampstead;
Yuko M. Spence and Elibiela V.
Keep A Strong Voice
Working for YOU.
Now serving 4th term, Rated 1 7th in Effectiveness .
What do people say
about David Redwine?
These testimonials give credence to the fact that David has worked
hard and helped make important changes. These are statements
drawn straight from Thank You letters David has received for his
work in the House:
j Department of (he Secretary of Stale
/ would like to take this opportunity to thank von lor your
cooperation and assistance with our legislative agenda
without your guidance and dedication, the Land Record
Management program transfer would not have been
David, you have always been willing to assist the Office
of Secretary of State and I feel that u>e are extremely
fortunate to have someone with your knowledge and
i leadership qualities to work with us. I am appreciative
of... your efforts to make our ofiice more accessible to
the Citizens of North Carolina
Rufus L. Edmisten
Secretary of State
North Carolina Agricultural Finance Authority
I wanted to thank you for all you did on behalf of the
North Carolina Agricultural Finance Authority during the
recent session of the General Assembly.
North Carolina Rural Water Association, Inc.
On behalf of the Board of Directors of the North
Carolina Rural Water Association, our members and the
People of North Carolina depending upon all of us for
safe and adequate water We thank you lor your
Roger Swann. Adm.
Sammy Boyette. Prg Man
North Carolina National Guard Association
Vour support sent a strong message to my fellow
Guardsmen that you are unwavering in you, support itl
Samuel A Coleman
North Carolina Housing Finance Agency
Problems of housing affordability tind substandard
condition con only be solve through consistent
investment, the appropriation you fought lor will leverage
ot least $ S million of other private and public funds that
will direi tly benefit the truly needy
1 hanks for vour support
Ri II Bovd
Department of Environment, Health, and
On behalf of the Shellfish Sanitation Hi am h and the
North Carolina shellfish industry.. I wish to thank vou lor
your efforts and support of the budget request lor
additional stall and laboratory facilities
Without your support I am sure this would not have
been funded Thanks again
Robert G. Benton. Head
Shellfish Sanitation Branch
Cumberland County Office of Register of Deeds
/ want to tell you hou much I appreciate your tireless efforts
and supfH>rt of our legislation
George E Talum
Register of Deeds
Mental Health Association
Dear Representative Redwine:
Now that a well deserved legislative calm has come. I
am saying "thank you" lor co sponsoring HB 5 31 I
thank you also for your supfMrt to the very end for
those mental health funds
Thank you for doing such a good 10b for these and other
mental health activities in such a difficult time.
J Wilbert Edgerton. Ph D
Administrative Office of the Courts
Justice Building, Raleigh. NC 27602
On hp hall of Chief Just it e James Exum Jr.. North
Carolina's Judicial Branch of Government, and the 4,500
peo/)le who work in it. I want to express to you our
deep appreciation tor co sponsoring and pushing through
the General Assembly. House Bill 1287. the Omnibus
(HH l'JH? provided more funds tor the NC legal system,
whose workload has almost doubled since last year I
General Court of Justice
Superior Court District 13 ?
Please allow me to io in with the Honorable Franklin
Freeman. Director. Administrative Office of the Courts,
in expressing appreciation to vou for your outstanding
assistance to the Judicial Svsferti during the recent
session of the legislature
Giles R Clark
Secretaries" Week is April 19-25.
Time to sov "Thanks1" tor all their
hard work throughout the year.
It you're having trouble thinking ot a gift tor
Sacretarl*!' Day. let us help
Shallotte n Southport
754 8300 & 457 4565
General Courl of Justice. 5th Judicial District
Thanks for all that you did for the court system.
Gilbert H Burnett
North Carolina Department of Human Resources
David T Flaherty;. Secretary
Dick Bickel. Asst. Director of Administration
As a result of the efforts of Representatives Payne and
Redwine to secure funding for the non hospital medical
detox facility,1 at Southeastern Mental Health Center, we
have made a commitment to provide funds to
Southeastern for this fiscal year to he designated for the
operation of the detox facility.
George H Adams
North Carolina Association of Educators. Inc.
North Carolina House Representative David Redwine
has been a rot al supporter of NCAF. issues which have
been brought to the House floor.
In eight votes cast on legislation of concern to NCAE.
Representative Redwine voted with us eight times
I urge you to call or write Representative Redwine and
thank him for being a good friend to public education
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
I wish to ioru?ey mv deepest appreciation tor your
instrumental efforts in the enactment of House Bill 2 79,
Health Benefits lor the Handicapped
Harrel B Rolwrts. f'h D
PAID FOR BY THE REDWINF. FOR NC HOUSE ELECTION COMMITTEE