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Peters named employee of month
Sea Trail Golf Resort & Convention Center named Norma Peters as its November Employee of the Month at a celebratory function recognizing all nominees.
The nominees were: Peters, Sonia Taylor, Mary Bryant, Natalie Brown, Debi McGrath, Peggy Barnett, Melody Melanson, Elizabeth Dominguez-Marin, Elizabeth (Betsy) Melanson, Alex Diaz, Patti Dugan, Georgia Bland and Karen Peters.
Sea Trail Golf Resort & Convention Center recognizes those associates who hold exemplary work ethics and perform duties beyond their day-to-day tasks in its Employee of the Month program.
Visitors Guide available
The 2008 Brunswick County Chamber of Commerce Official Visitors and Business Guide is now available at the Brunswick County Chamber Office at 4948 Main St. in Shallotte, the Chamber announced.
The Chamber has produced the annual guide as a continued effort to promote Brunswick County and the Chamber membership.
The guide is a free publication that offers readers’ detailed information about the community, attractions, dining and shopping, outdoor activities and more. Also featured in the guide is a directory that contains Chamber members who renewed or joined before Sept. 30, 2007.
This year’s guide contains a foldout featuring a map of Brunswick County. Due to an increase in demand, 100,000 copies of the guides were printed. In the past few years, 90,000 copies were printed.
The Visitors and Business Guides are distributed through N.C. visitors’ centers, trade shows, the Brunswick Beacon, Chamber members, phone and e-mail requests and walk-ins to the Chamber office.
For more information or to receive a free Brunswick County Chamber of Commerce Visitors and Business Guide, call 754-6644 or visit www.brunswickcountychamber.org.
Fine joins Weichert
Realtor Kevin C. Fine has joined the Ocean Isle Beach office of Weichert, Realtors-Coastal Choice, 926 Seaside Road in Ocean Isle Beach, according to the agency.
A licensed broker in North and South Carolina, Fine offers a full range of real estate services in both areas.
He is a member of the Brunswick County Association of Realtors and the Coastal Carolinas Association of Realtors.
Born in Newburgh, N.Y. and a three-year resident of Calabash, Fine attended Horry County Technical College where he earned home inspector certification. He is a member of the American Society of Home Inspectors and the National Association of Certified Home Inspectors.
His professional background includes work as a licensed home inspector in both North and South Carolina and as a sales representative for Harley-Davidson.
New LGFCU appointments made
Local Government Federal Credit Union (LGFCU) has announced the addition of two members to its Southern Coast Advisory Council, which comprises Bladen, Brunswick, Columbus, Duplin, New Hanover and Pender counties.
The new appointments are: City Clerk Regina White Alexander of Southport; and Warren Lee, director of New Hanover County Department of Emergency Management.
These latest additions bring the total number of members to 236.
The new appointments are an integral part of LGFCU’s volunteer-driven initiative, not only to educate people on the benefits of credit union membership, but also to relay feedback to management regarding available/potentially available products and services, delivery of service and member needs, according to Erica Hinton, LGFCU communications specialist.
Advisory council members, who represent the philosophical character of the credit union and contribute their time without compensation, function as LGFCU’s eyes and ears throughout the state, serving as liaisons between Credit Union members and non-members and LGFCU management.