Sunday, October 26, 2008 at 11:00 pm (Updated: April 13, 5:12 pm)
To the editor:
Two new subjects just came into my life that never were there before. One is the turtle patrol, and the other is bush hogging.
I just attended the annual Holden Beach Turtle Patrol meeting. One of its teams released 145 newborn terrapin turtles into the Atlantic of Holden Beach. This is considered to be a record for the area.
The turtle patrol is truly to be commended. I am not sure who all of the members of the team were though. My wife Jill, a new trainee, was one of them. She was so proud to wear her red turtle patrol shirt.
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