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Club News

  • Guest speaker to come to BCDW

     

  • Shallotte Lions plan car show April 23

    Shallotte Lions Club is sponsoring its first-ever Cruizin’ to the Coast car show on April 23 at Planet Fun. The event begins at 9 a.m. and along with cars, there will be craft vendors, children’s fun activities, indoor and outside, food, door prizes and raffles. This fundraiser will help to defray the cost of eye exams and eyeglasses for the seeing impaired in the community.

  • Club briefs

    Civil War group to meet April 5

    The Brunswick Civil War Round Table will meet at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, April 5, at Trinity United Methodist Church, 209 E. Nash St. across from the Southport post office. Everyone is welcome. There is no admission fee. Visitors are invited to become members.

  • VFW auxiliary has speaker

    As part of its Cancer Aid and Research Program, the Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) at Post 7288 in Calabash hosts Rebecca Long, community outreach coordinator with the Lower Cape Fear Hospice and Life Care Center organization, at its March 8 meeting. 

  • Newcomers to meet March 16

    The Brunswick Newcomers Club (BNC) will meet on Wednesday, March 16, at the Southport Community Center, 223 E. Bay St. (between Bay and Moore streets). The meeting will begin at 9:30 a.m. with coffee and refreshments, followed by the formal meeting at 10 a.m.

    Tom Woods, Brunswick County Master Gardener, will talk about what grows here in coastal North Carolina. This will be a time to get a jump on your spring and summer planting and gardening.

    Sign-up sheets for various activities and trips will also be available at the meeting.

  • Blooming for a Cause is April 16

    The GFWC of Holden Beach will once again present Blooming for a Cause, a charity luncheon, fashion show and silent auction to benefit Hope Harbor Home and Providence Home, from 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, April 16.

    Hope Harbor Home is a shelter for women and children. Providence Home provides temporary housing for teens in need.

  • Legion Post 503 has chili cook-off

    Calabash American Legion Post 503 hosted a chili cook-off at the Post on Beach Drive in Calabash. The cook-off was run by Roger Milliman, first vice commander, and  Rose Phillips of the Ladies Auxiliary.

    Judges for the cook off were Lynn Clayburgh; Brunswick County Sheriff John Ingram; Nigel Cossey, owner of Pappas Restaurant; Tony Digennaro, owner of Rum Runner Restaurant; and Karen Ruck, Ladies Auxiliary president.

  • Camera club to meet March 8

    The March 8 meeting of the Coastal Carolina Camera Club will feature a workshop on shooting in RAW format, which provides greater post processing control of images than the JPEG format.

    Additionally, the workshop will cover the use of High Dynamic Range Imaging (HDR), a process that more accurately captures the various levels of highlights and shadows in what is photographed.

  • Camera club to meet March 8

    The March 8 meeting of the Coastal Carolina Camera Club will feature a workshop on shooting in RAW format, which provides greater post processing control of images than the JPEG format.

    Additionally, the workshop will cover the use of High Dynamic Range Imaging (HDR), a process that more accurately captures the various levels of highlights and shadows in what is photographed.

  • Beautification Club to meet

    The next meeting of the Holden Beach Beautification Club will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday, March 9. Members should meet in the Holden Beach Chapel parking lot and carpool to the Transplanted Garden, 502 S. 16th St. in Wilmington.

    Members will spend time shopping and then have lunch together afterwards.

    In April, the club will be visiting Brookgreen Gardens. Guests are welcome. Call Peg Schiavone at 842-8655 for more information.