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Community News

  • Civil Air Patrol sponsors Wreaths Across America

    The annual Wreaths Across America campaign is coming to a close. Nov. 15 is the last day to place an order. The Wreaths Across America campaign is an effort to place a holiday wreath on every veteran’s grave in every national cemetery worldwide Saturday, Dec. 16, at noon. This is a very public event and all are welcome to attend and help place wreaths on graves after the ceremonies.

  • Ash park wins azalea prize

    The Roosevelt and Ruth Marlow Memorial Park project was recently selected by NC Beautiful, WRAL-TV5 and Capitol Broadcasting to receive a prize of 50 azaleas.

    The award is part of NC Beautiful’s 32nd annual Azalea Celebration that rewards North Carolina community organizations for improving their communities through creative landscape projects.

  • Brunswick County Toastmasters open house Nov. 7

    Brunswick County Toastmasters will have an open house Tuesday, Nov. 7, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Brunswick Electric Membership Corp., 795 Ocean Highway W., Supply.

  • Calabash VFW seeks World War II veterans

    VFW Calabash Post 7288 at 900 Carter Drive in Calabash will again host a dinner party for area World War II veterans to honor them and to remember Pearl Harbor.

    The event is set for Saturday, Dec. 9, from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Post 7288. There will be a complimentary dinner for each World War II veteran and one guest.

    Those who would like to attend should call Post Senior Vice Cmdr. Dan Kossler at 575-6322 before Nov. 17.

  • Community Health and Wellness Expo offered in Ash

    On Saturday, Nov. 4, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., the Roosevelt & Ruth Educational and Recreational Foundation will sponsor a Community Health and Wellness Expo and annual walk-a-thon. The expo will be at the Waccamaw Elementary School gymnasium in Ash. The goal of the expo is to promote good health and wellness practices among the local community and increase awareness of the services that are available locally.

    This health education program is made possible through a grant from ATMC.

  • BFA Christmas Basket/Tree of Hope program

    Brunswick Family Assistance Agency has begun taking applications, by appointment only, for its Christmas Basket/Tree of Hope program. The agency will continue to take applications through Nov. 6.

    Applicants should call 754-4766 to schedule an appointment to apply for this program. Applications will also be taken at Family Resource Center in Leland and New Hope Clinic in Boiling Spring Lakes.

  • Health Fair events offered in Ash

    The Roosevelt & Ruth Educational and Recreational Foundation will host a series of community health events to encourage healthy living and wellness beginning Saturday, Sept. 30, at 2 p.m. at the church fellowship hall at 5213 Little Prong Road in Ash.

  • American Red Cross seeks blood donations

    As the American Red Cross responds to wildfires and historic hurricanes, eligible donors are reminded that giving blood during National Preparedness Month in September is one way to help ensure the Red Cross is prepared to respond to patient emergencies across the country every day.

  • Aquarium seeks teen ocean stewards

    A new program at the North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher focuses on high school students who want to take action to protect the environment.

    Ocean stewards will focus on conservation and stewardship to better understand climate science and reduce the impacts of climate change.

    Fourteen young people will be selected to participate in monthly meetings, explore outdoors and engage in stewardship activities to conserve coastal habitats. The teens will learn about climate change and then plan and implement a project in the community.

  • Sunset River Marketplace September events

    The following events are planned for this month at Sunset River Marketplace:

    Paint & Party on Wednesday, Sept. 13, Marsh Scene; Tuesday, Sept.19, Sea Turtle; Tuesday, Oct. 3, Sunflowers; Wednesday, Oct 11, Tobacco Barn. We supply paints, canvases, aprons, snacks and everything you need, except your beverage of choice.

    Exploring Collage with instructor Babs Ludwick on Monday, Sept. 18. The class will focus on color, harmony, design and composition. You’ll work with torn paper, along with bits and pieces of life. No experience is necessary.