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Club News

  • Club briefs

    Democrat Women to meet Nov. 7
    All Democrat Women are invited to the monthly meeting at 6 p.m. Monday, Nov. 7, at Brunswick County Democrat Headquarters on Old Ocean Highway, across from Brunswick Community College.
    A discussion of scholarship fundraising will be the topic of discussion for the month. Bring finger foods and let’s fellowship together.

  • 4-H’ers stay busy with summer projects

    This has been a busy summer for Brunswick County 4-H.
    Twelve teens and one counselor-in-training served at the 4-H Summer Fun day camps. Teens led the campers in songs and icebreakers; taught them about felting, letterboxing, acting and tennis; helped prepare lunches; and even bandaged a boo-boo or two.

  • Sea Trail members visit Sept. 11 memorial in Italy

    At the foot of the Alps, only an hour north of Milan, Italy, rests the alpine, lakeside village of Stresa. This town was one of only a few that created a memorial for all of the victims of Sept. 11. It was built and dedicated on Nov. 11, 2001, exactly 60 days after the events in New York, Washington and Pennsylvania.
    A group of five couples from Sea Trail in Sunset Beach and two more couples, friends from Ohio and Rhode Island, traveling in northern Italy, were invited to attend the ceremony to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks.

  • Students earn 4-H honors

    Elizabeth Mintz, daughter of Ray and Cheryl Mintz of Leland, and Justin Simmons, son of Cleve and Sybil Simmons of Supply, were inducted into the N.C. 4-H State Honor Club on July 18 during the tapping ceremony at N.C. 4-H State Congress. Both are involved and active in the Brunswick County program.

  • Garden Club presents beautification awards

    The Coast Garden Club awarded its Beautification Awards for 2011 in three categories: commercial, club member and residential.

  • Old Bridge society puts on bridge-building event

    The Old Bridge at Sunset Beach (at its new home on the Sunset Beach mainland) has been visited by hundreds of locals and visitors, some from as far away as Washington State, during the summer of 2011.

  • Leland Rotary gives awards

    The Leland Area Rotary Club announced the recipients of its Rotarian of the Year and Service Above Self (Volunteer of the Year) awards at its annual officer installation banquet on June 30 at Magnolia Greens Golf Course in Leland.

  • Leland Rotary installs new officers

    The Leland Area Rotary Club installed its 2011-12 officers and directors at a banquet on Thursday, June 30, at Magnolia Greens Golf Club in Leland. 

  • Camera Club announces contest winners

    The Coastal Carolina Camera Club’s print competition for images best depicting “reflections” took place on June 14. Awards were given in three divisions: beginners, intermediate and advanced.

  • Calabash American Legion helps with Ronald McDonald House

    With a little good-natured competition, the 329 local American Legion Posts of North Carolina collect pull-tabs over the course of the year, which are brought in at the June convention and fall and mid-winter conferences where they are weighed and taken for recycling. Proceeds benefit The Ronald McDonald House of Durham.