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Today's Features

  • Calabash American Legion Post 503 hosted a chili cook-off at the Post on Beach Drive in Calabash. The cook-off was run by Roger Milliman, first vice commander, and  Rose Phillips of the Ladies Auxiliary.

    Judges for the cook off were Lynn Clayburgh; Brunswick County Sheriff John Ingram; Nigel Cossey, owner of Pappas Restaurant; Tony Digennaro, owner of Rum Runner Restaurant; and Karen Ruck, Ladies Auxiliary president.

  • The March 8 meeting of the Coastal Carolina Camera Club will feature a workshop on shooting in RAW format, which provides greater post processing control of images than the JPEG format.

    Additionally, the workshop will cover the use of High Dynamic Range Imaging (HDR), a process that more accurately captures the various levels of highlights and shadows in what is photographed.

  • The March 8 meeting of the Coastal Carolina Camera Club will feature a workshop on shooting in RAW format, which provides greater post processing control of images than the JPEG format.

    Additionally, the workshop will cover the use of High Dynamic Range Imaging (HDR), a process that more accurately captures the various levels of highlights and shadows in what is photographed.

  • Mount Zion MBC sets services

    Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church, 7370 Mount Zion Church Road in Longwood, will have Sunday worship at 11 a.m. Sunday school starts at 9:30 a.m. 

    Prayer meeting and Bible study is at 8 p.m. Wednesday.

    Oak Grove plans gospel sing

    Oak Grove Baptist Church will have a gospel sing featuring Crystal River from Conway, S.C., at 6 p.m. March 6.

    Ministry plans recovery program

  • The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. reminds us that the whole staircase of faith is elusive but essential to our living faithfully. I have experienced that reality. I am continuing to experience it as I enter and re-enter the emergency department of Brunswick Community Hospital. Each time Hubby Dear gently transports me to the place where faith tells us healing happens, I delve more deeply into the mystery of redemptive suffering. 

  • Army National Guard Spec. Jennifer L. Tran, daughter of Liem T. Tran of Charlotte and Susan T. Arnold of Winnabow, has graduated from One Station Unit Training (OSUT) at Fort Leonard Wood, Waynesville, Mo., which included basic military training and advanced individual training (AIT).

    During basic military training, Tran received instruction in drill and ceremony, weapons qualification, map reading, tactics, military courtesy, military justice, physical fitness, first aid, and Army doctrine, history, principles and traditions.

  • Jeff and Lori Duncan of Raleigh are the parents of a daughter, Siena Emily Duncan, born at 3:02 p.m. Feb. 15, weighing 8 lbs. 7 oz. and 20-inches in length, at Rex Hospital in Raleigh.

    She joins a sister, Madalyn, 2.

    Maternal grandparents are Bill and Diane Vaught of Burlington.

    Paternal grandparents are John and Emily Duncan of Shallotte.

    Great-grandparents are Polly Duncan and Ruth Wooten.

     

                 

  • The next meeting of the Holden Beach Beautification Club will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday, March 9. Members should meet in the Holden Beach Chapel parking lot and carpool to the Transplanted Garden, 502 S. 16th St. in Wilmington.

    Members will spend time shopping and then have lunch together afterwards.

    In April, the club will be visiting Brookgreen Gardens. Guests are welcome. Call Peg Schiavone at 842-8655 for more information.

     

                 

  • I just finished taking a weeklong class offered once a year at North Carolina State University on turf management. I have always been one of those gardeners who would prefer planting beds and flowers instead of a nice green lawn. I honestly have a new appreciation for turf after this course.

  • In late winter and early spring, garden centers are receiving their new plant material. When you go to the garden center, how do you decide what to buy, given so many choices and so many types?

    The first thing to do is check out the label that is attached to the plant. This will indicate the hardiness zone, mature size of the plant, sun and shade requirements and what the watering requirements are for this particular plant.