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Today's Features

  • The tourists are fewer, the pace is slower, but many area artists still visit Southport in the quiet winter months.
    Franklin Square Gallery is a hub of artistic activity, with an array of classes and workshops for both beginners and professionals. Painters and potters from Wilmington and throughout Brunswick County travel to Southport to participate.

  • VFW to host dinner dance Feb. 3
    Little River VFW Post 10804 (S.C. 57 N. off S.C. 9) will host a dinner/dance at 6 p.m. Friday, Feb. 3. Call (843) 399-0877 for reservations.
    The second Monday of every month at 6 p.m. is Pasta Night. Wednesdays from 6-7 p.m. are Wings Night and Thursdays from 5:30-7 p.m. are Fiesta Nights.
    All events are open to the public. Visit its website at www.vfw10804.org.

  • The January meeting of the Greater Shallotte Ministerial Association began with a bang. It wasn’t the sound of a gavel calling all to order, nor a fireworks display that announced the beginning of a new year.
    It was a summons to discipleship given by two guest speakers. The message was not a novel one, but it was an entreaty begging for awareness and response. It was an appeal for us to open our eyes, ears, minds and hearts to the plight of the needy, from hungry schoolchildren to beleaguered seniors.

  • Life groups are forming for everyone
    Freedom Outreach Center, 1790 Oxpen Road in Supply, is now organizing Life Groups for the first semester (January-April).
    Life Groups are for everyone, including young married couples with children, women, men, young adults, retirees or a mixture of people.
    A Life Group is a group of three to 15 people and can meet anywhere. It is particularly important with our busy lifestyles to make time with other believers to learn about God’s Word, pray, share a meal, or fellowship, organizers say.

  • The Southport-Oak Island Kiwanis Club celebrated 18 years of service to children of Brunswick County at its annual Charter Night banquet at the Southport Community Center.

  • By Cheryle Jones Syracuse
    Family and Consumer Science Staff
    NC Cooperative Extension
    Brunswick County Center

  • By Judy Koehly
    Master Gardener

  • Mole problems seem to be on the rise. Tunnels and more tunnels everywhere you turn, what can be done? How can we control these critters? First, we must be sure it is indeed a mole and not a vole.

  • Senior site menus
    Here are lunch menus for Brunswick County’s seven Senior Nutrition Sites for next week.
    Monday, Feb. 6
    Pot roast/gravy, mashed potatoes, okra/tomatoes, fresh orange, dinner roll/whole-wheat roll, beverage.
    Tuesday, Feb. 7
    Fried chicken filet/gravy, brown rice, green beans, orange juice, fresh apple, cake with icing, biscuits/whole-wheat bread, beverage.
    Wednesday, Feb. 8
    Pork roast/gravy, mashed sweet potatoes, turnip greens, pineapple tidbits, dinner roll/whole-wheat roll, beverage.

  • SUNSET BEACH—A day of fellowship and faith dedicated to only women is in the works at Seaside United Methodist Church.

    The church’s women’s group is preparing for the 4th annual Women’s Day by the Sea, a spiritual event for women. This year for the first time organizers are not only from Seaside UMC.