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    Anderson named Chair of the Year

    Jayne Anderson was recognized as the 2010 Brunswick County Association of Realtors Committee Chair of the Year for her outstanding service as chairperson of the MLS committee at the 2010 awards ceremony and president’s inauguration on Jan. 15.

    “We’re very proud of all of Jayne’s accomplishments and dedication to our industry. Jayne truly earned this award,” said Chris Bryan, sales manager of Coldwell Banker Sloane Realty.

  • Local KFC wins excellence award

    Scottish Food Systems Inc. of Laurinburg recently recognized Shallotte KFC at 348 Whiteville Road in Shallotte. The entire team at the local KFC received the Video of Excellence Award and in doing so, achieved a perfect score.

  • Storms named NCTA Ambassador

    Brunswick County resident Mary Storms was named 2010 Ambassador of the Year for the North Carolina Technology Association (NCTA) at its annual meeting in Durham on Jan. 24. Storms, owner of Storms Associates near Holden Beach, is a sales recruiter who works with technology companies across the USA. 

    NCTA is the statewide advocacy association for its 420-plus members and for the N.C. technology community. Storms is one of its ambassadors, the volunteers who help develop and support NCTA’s new members.

  • Storms named NCTA Ambassador

    Brunswick County resident Mary Storms was named 2010 Ambassador of the Year for the North Carolina Technology Association (NCTA) at its annual meeting in Durham on Jan. 24. Storms, owner of Storms Associates near Holden Beach, is a sales recruiter who works with technology companies across the USA. 

    NCTA is the statewide advocacy association for its 420-plus members and for the N.C. technology community. Storms is one of its ambassadors, the volunteers who help develop and support NCTA’s new members.

  • Chamber plans new seminar series

    The Brunswick County Chamber of Commerce has announced its new series of seminars…the Business Blue Plate.

    The first session will be “Will Your Business Safety Program Pass a NC-OSHA Safety Compliance Inspection?” 

  • Stinson goes to conference

     Linda Stinson, business coach and partner in Patriot Business Coaching, recently attended the Resource Associates Quarterly Conference and Workshop in Reading, Pa., and was recognized for her continuing achievements in the areas of leadership development and business coaching. 

  • BEMC is now accepting 2011 grant applications

     Brunswick Electric Membership Corporation (BEMC) invites local agencies and groups to apply for a 2011 BEMC Community Grant.

    Now in its ninth year, the program provides grants to groups that provide family services programs, civic and community programs, cultural and arts programs, emergency services or community development activities. 

    Since inception, the grants program has awarded nearly $200,000 to more than 125 projects benefiting citizens all over the area.

  • Dosher puts up community tree to celebrate year-round

    The holiday season is now behind us, but at Dosher Memorial Hospital in Southport, the year is filled with moments and causes to celebrate and commemorate.

    It is with this in mind that the hospital has established a year-round community tree. Dosher’s community tree will be decorated for a variety of holidays and events throughout the year and will remain in the main lobby of the hospital for employees, physicians, volunteers, patients and visitors alike to enjoy.

  • Wintry weather in the forecast

    Don’t put away your warm clothing just yet–wintry weather is in the forecast.
    The National Weather Service Wilmington issued a hazardous weather outlook on Friday, Jan. 7 at 3:55 p.m. for the next few days.
    “A significant winter storm is possible across the area beginning late Sunday night continuing into Monday,” the warning states.
    Precipitation is expected to spread across the area from south to north through the early morning hours on Monday. The National Weather Service expects most areas should see some snow by daybreak.

  • ATMC presents staff service awards

    ATMC recently honored its staff and board of directors at the cooperative’s 34th annual service awards banquet attended by more than 200 guests in the Carolina Ballroom at Sea Trail Golf Resort & Conference Center.

    Allen Russ, CEO/general manager, and Lyle Ray King, board president, presented the awards.