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Today's Features

  • Franklin Square Gallery’s Summer Regional Show focused on artists of both Carolinas this year and attracted an array of new paintings and pottery produced throughout the region.

    The juried exhibit is on display until July 18 at Southport’s historic cooperative gallery.

    Exhibition co-chairs Nancy Schulte and Ann Thompson announced winners at an artists’ reception on Tuesday evening, June 23.

    Best in show went to Kate Legaly for her watercolor “Subaqueous.”

  • Ocean Isle Beach celebrated the Fourth of July weekend with its annual parade of patriotism and neighborhood pride Sunday, July 5.

     

  • W.J. and Sibyl McLamb will serve as Lower Cape Fear Hospice & LifeCareCenter chairs of the Closer to Home capital campaign. The campaign will raise funds to build a seven-bed inpatient hospice care center for Brunswick County patients and families.

    The McLambs were touched by the hospice care their loved one received by Lower Cape Fear Hospice & LifeCareCenter.

    “The time has come for Brunswick County to have its own hospice care center, and the people of Brunswick County deserve to have an inpatient care center closer to home,” Sibyl McLamb said.

  • For most of my career with Cooperative Extension, there has been little interest in home vegetable gardening. Sure, the hardcore gentlemen farmers kept on growing southern favorites like collards and okra along with mega-popular commodities like tomatoes, peppers and cucumbers, but the rest of the crowd preferred their veggies in microwave-safe plastic pouches with the likeness of the Jolly Green Giant boldly displayed.

  • Whenever we have a heat wave like the ones we having been having on and off this summer, it is a good idea to take frequent breaks and replenish lost liquids as you work. We want you to enjoy your garden and not end up in the hospital.

    Here are a few things to do and to be looking for at this time of year:

  • As the summer season approaches, we hope the mosquito problem will go away; however, with the threat of the West Nile Virus, it behooves each of us to do what we can to help eliminate as many mosquitoes as possible.

    At this time, there has not been a confirmed case of the virus in North Carolina. As a precaution, the next two articles will examine mosquito control around the home and community.

    Mosquitoes are important pests because their biting activity often interferes with outdoor activities and can transmit disease organisms to people and domestic animals.

  • Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bowen of Angier announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Hannah Suzanne Bowen, to Clarence Wesley Hamilton IV of Holden Beach. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C.W. Hamilton of Bolivia. The bride-elect is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Honeycutt of Angier, Ida Ruth Bowen of Erwin and the late Edsel Bowen. The prospective groom is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Corn of Burnsville and the late Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hamilton II.

  • Announcement is made of the forthcoming marriage of Cindy Lee Hoskins of Leland and Aaron Talmadge Black of Sunset Beach. The bride-elect is the daughter of Kathy Hoskins of Byron. She is owner of the Fitness Studio in Ocean Isle Beach. The prospective groom is the son of Jack and Clara Black of Primghar, Iowa. He is an estimator for J.P. Russ and Son in Ocean Isle Beach. An Oct. 3 wedding is planned at The Thistle Golf Club in Calabash.

  • Corrine Elizabeth Day of Shallotte and Ronnie Lee McCray of Calabash were married June 6 at Mount Nebo Missionary Baptist Church in Longs, S.C.

    The Rev. Robert L. Fooks Sr. officiated the service.

    The bride is the daughter of Ira L. and Virgie C. Day of Laurel, Del.

    She was given in marriage and escorted by Kaile Turner.

    The groom is the son of Ronnie and Mary Lee McCray of Calabash.

    Cheryl Y. Adams served as matron of honor. Flower girls were Charli Witherspoon and Emmalee Marlowe.

  • David and Crystal Gore of Ash are the parents of a daughter, Jaycie Mae Gore, born at 8:45 a.m. May 22 at Brunswick Community Hospital.

    She weighed 7 pounds, 8 ounces and measured 20 inches long.

    She joins a brother, Roy, 9.

    Maternal grandparents are Daniel Hewett of Supply, Debra Hollis of Supply and the late Jason Hollis.

    Paternal grandparents are Paul and Donna Gore of Ash.