Today's Features

  • “Cycles: The Songs of a Lifetime” a musical revue celebrating the various stages of life and love, will premier at 8 p.m. Friday, May 21, at Franklin Square Park in Southport. The show is set for May 21-23 and May 28-30.

    “Cycles” will be the seventh free musical revue Brunswick Little Theatre has performed in the park “as a gift to the community,” according to director Jonathan Richmond.

  • The Calabash Elks Lodge will host an American Red Cross Blood Drive 8 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Saturday, June 12.

    One pint of blood can help four people, and there is a need for blood of all types.

    The blood drive is open to all members of the community. To make an appointment, call Frank Blue at 575-8188.

  • Emmanuel Outreach Church will have a youth gospel revival from 10 a.m.-3:30 Saturday May 15 at the church, 2360 Russtown Road, in the Grissettown-Longwood community.

    The event will include  praise and worship bands including the Beach Assembly of God praise band and From Death to Destiny. Two pastors will speak, Teontae Hicks and Zackary Canady.

    Lunch will be provided, and participants will also watch a video of a concert by Christian singer Carman.

  • Up-and-coming country artist Logan Murrell will perform in concert at 7 p.m. next Tuesday, May 18, at Odell Williamson Auditorium on the campus of Brunswick Community College.

    The teen performed most recently at numerous events at the Azalea Festival in Wilmington.

  • United Country Real Estate, headquartered in Kansas City, Mo., recently announced that United Country–Coastal Homes in Ocean Isle Beach was the No. 20 office in the United Country network for gross commissions in March.
    In 2009, United Country–Coastal Homes, owned by Terri Allen and located in Shallotte, was the No. 8 United Country office in the nation, as well as the No. 4 office in the company’s eastern division.

  • Here are lunch menus for Brunswick County’s nine Senior Nutrition Sites for next week.
    Monday, May 17
    Beef ‘n’ macaroni casserole, mixed vegetables, peaches, Italian bread/margarine, beverage.
    Tuesday, May 18
    Pork roast/gravy, sweet potatoes, blacked-eyed peas, pineapple, dinner roll/margarine, beverage.
    Wednesday, May 19
    Beef stew with vegetable, brown rice, blend juice, vanilla pudding, biscuit/margarine, beverage.
    Thursday, May 20

  • The Board of Trustees of Dosher Memorial Hospital, 924 N. Howe St. in Southport, made a $10,000 donation from the hospital to the newly formed Dosher Memorial Hospital Foundation on Monday, May 3.
    The purpose for the gift was to recognize the establishment of the Dosher Memorial Hospital Foundation and to publicly show its support for the new area healthcare foundation. The check passing took place during a ceremony at the beginning of the regular May board meeting of the hospital trustees.

  • At a recent volunteer appreciation banquet, Brunswick Community Hospital leaders recognized the hospital’s 59 volunteers for nearly 10,000 hours of time they contributed to the hospital in 2009.
    “Every day, you give unselfishly of yourself from the smile and the greeting at the door to the assistance that someone needs in the surgical waiting room to find out how a loved one is or to suggestions for that special gift for the new baby and mother in the gift shop,” Deborah Rochelle, manager of service excellence and volunteers for the hospital, said.

  • Union Elementary School recently had its third nine weeks awards ceremony. The following students were recognized:
    Citizens of the Month
    Kindergarten: Ciarra Lucio, Rowan Evans, Conner Parks, Bianca Rendon, Kendra Erwin, Isaac Cross, Hannah Hickman, Justin Goodman.
    First grade: Brianna Croft, Ian Clark, Alex Gore, Emma Grace Hamric, Ayden Stanley, Emily Santos, Emily Cottrell, Garrett Gushman, Makoa Surigao, Teresa Callahanm, Eric Lambrakopoulos, D’miyah Stanley.

  • The Foundation of Brunswick Community College hosted its annual Campus and Community Fund Drive during the month of April, raising $42,494.87 for student scholarships.
    The tradition of the BCC Campus and Community Fund Drive gives BCC employees the opportunity to make donations that are used to support student scholarships, with 194 employees participating and raising $20,000 toward student scholarships, exceeding the goal of $15,000.