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Community News

  • Community Briefs

    Safety seminar set for May 1
    The award-winning crime prevention and personal safety seminar, Refuse To Be A Victim, will be conducted from 1-5 p.m. on May 1 at the Comfort Suites Magnolia Greens, 1020 Grandiflora Drive in Leland.
    The seminar is open to the public and costs $35 to attend. Pre-registration before April 21 is required. To register, contact certified Refuse To Be A Victim instructor Rick Paxton at 805-2196 or e-mail rpaxton@safesurroundings.org.

  • Community briefs

    Child Protection plans events

    April is Child Abuse Prevention Month. After a successful “Flower Launch” on Tuesday, April 12, the Brunswick County Community Child Protection Team will be presenting these additional events this month:

  • Motorcycle benefit ride set for April 16

    On Saturday, April 16, Carolina Coast Harley-Davidson/Buell and Beach House Harley-Davidson will be hosting the sixth annual Officer Down Ride, one of the biggest rides of the year. Registration begins at 9 a.m. and small groups will be leaving every 15 minutes.

  • Community briefs

    New books at Rourk Library

    The following books are now available at Rourk Branch Library in Shallotte. Reviews are courtesy of Friends of the Library.

  • County offers free rabies clinic April 2

    Brunswick County Animal Services is sponsoring a rabies clinic on Saturday, April 2. Cost is $6 for one rabies shot.

  • Community briefs

    First Friday gallery walk set

    A celebration of the upcoming opening of the new Maritime Museum will take center stage at the Franklin Square Gallery’s First Friday Gallery Walk from 5-7 p.m. April 1 as museum members will soon be moving into their new building.

  • Senior Tar Heel Legislature meets

    During the first meeting of 2011, delegates of the North Carolina Senior Tar Heel Legislature (STHL) discussed Medicare changes and financial assistance for low-income beneficiaries. The new director of the Senior Health Insurance Information Program (SHIIP), Kevin Robertson, offered some encouraging information for older adults with Medicare. 

  • Community briefs

    First Friday gallery walk set

    A celebration of the upcoming opening of the new Maritime Museum will take center stage at the Franklin Square Gallery’s First Friday Gallery Walk from 5-7 p.m. April 1 as museum members will soon be moving into their new building.

    The gallery has fashioned a nautical event for this evening, as a reception will feature special displays from the museum, as well as an array of paintings and pottery by local artists crafted with a nautical theme.

  • Precinct meetings are March 21

    All Brunswick County Democratic Party precincts that did not meet between Feb. 26 and March 11 must meet at the Brunswick County Democratic Party headquarters in Bolivia at 6:30 p.m. March 21 to elect precinct officers.

    Any precinct that fails to meet and elect precinct officers will not be able to vote at either the county or district convention. The Brunswick County Democratic Party Convention is scheduled to meet at the same location at 10 a.m. April 9.

  • Community briefs

    Artists win awards at show

    Local artists garnered the top awards at Franklin Square Gallery’s spring art show, its opening event of the season, at an evening reception during Southport’s First Friday Gallery Walk on March 4.

    Wilmington artist Terry Rosenfelder took the top prize in two-dimensional art with his painting, “Fallen Warrior.” Joe Jeffcoat of Jeffcoat Pottery in Calabash won first place:  in the three-dimensional division with his “Pitcher with Ash.”