The Ninja Firefly Monkeys team from the James C. School in Brunswick County won first place competing against 28 counties in the middle school division at the March 23 Coastal Envirothon event at Weyhaeuser’s Cool Springs Environmental Center in Craven County.
The Destinasia team of the James C. School finished second in Area 6 in the high school division. Joene Helms was the advisor for both teams.
The five main curricula of study included soils, aquatic ecology, forestry, wildlife and current environmental issues.
ATMC will air a new show, “Tee Time with Al Arrigoni.”
This show explores the many golf courses that Brunswick County has to offer and provides tips and advice on golf fitness, fashion, equipment and etiquette, with a new show and course featured every month.
Show times are every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday at 8:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. on ATMC Cable Channel 3.
Silver Coast Winery will display the works of Suzanne C. Hunady from April 15-June 14.
Hunady is an Ohio native and a Bowling Green State University Alumna. She earned undergraduate and graduate degrees at that university. She has been an educator of art at the public school level and at the collegiate level.
Her work reflects talent in several mediums including watercolors and acrylics.
ATMC awarded $25,000 in grant funds to 17 educators and community organizations serving Brunswick County students and residents and honored them with a reception on Nov. 12 at ATMC’s corporate headquarters in Shallotte.
Representatives from each school talked about the programs for which the grant funds are earmarked and how these grants will positively impact area students. Checks were disbursed for Smart Connections, the educational component of the cooperative’s grant program.
The following books are now available at Hickmans Crossroads Library. Reviews are courtesy of Friends of the Library.
“Capitol Offense” by William Bernhardt. Accused of murdering a police officer he held responsible for the tragic death of his wife, Professor Dennis Thomas implores high-profile lawyer Ben Kincaid to defend him.