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Today's News

  • Bodenheimer wins Lexington tournament

    Kellan Bodenheimer, 12, of Winston-Salem, won a junior golf tournament played Aug. 9-10 at Lexington Golf Club. 

    In the second tournament in which he has ever played, Bodenheimer, the son of Jeff Bodenheimer and the grandson of Jim Bodenheimer, of Ocean Isle Beach and Lewisville, shot a 3-over-par 38 on the first day and 45 on the second day. He won by two strokes.

    Kellan Bodenheimer recently had won the 12-and-younger division in the Forsyth Open, the first tournament in which he ever competed.

  • Markatoses win Sea Trail couples’ title

    The Sea Trail Plantation Couples Golf Championship was played Aug. 7-8 on the Byrd and Maples courses, using the Ryder format. 

    The overall champions were Sharon and John Markatos with a score of 163.5. In better ball for nine holes, the winners were Lorraine and Ed Kazan with a score of 30. In modified alternate shot, the winners were Sharon and Charlie Winter with a score of 28.25. In captain’s choice, the winners were Dick and Joanna Brawley with a score of 25.25. In aggregate score, the winners were Ron and Madeline Dubas with a score of 66.5. 

  • Boob, Milazzo win Brierwood Golf Club championships

    The Brierwood Golf Club men’s and women’s championships were played Aug. 14-15.

    The field was divided into three flights, based on the scores from the first day of play. Prizes were awarded for first and second low gross and first and second low net. Overall low gross was the overall champion.

    The overall men’s club champion was Randy Milazzo. 

    In the championship flight, the low gross winner was Randy Milazzo. Chris Lane was second. The low net winner was Bill Tonking. Pete Kolvik was second.

  • Golf tournaments

    PIZZA-’N’-PUTT TOURNEY AUG. 20

    An all-you-can pizza and putt-putt golf event will take place from 5-9:30 p.m. Aug. 20 at the Bridge Grill in Sunset Beach. “Proceeds go to American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer,” Shirley Tacchetti said.

    BRUNSWICK COUNTY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE TOURNEY

  • Golf Action

    BEACHCOMBERS

    Results of the league event played at Arcadian Shores Golf Club. Low gross: Dan O’Connell, 89. Low nets: O’Connell 70, Jim Beairsto 72. Team two low nets each hole: O’Connell, Beairsto and Bob Brownley, 11-under par. Golfer of the week was O’Connell.

    BRIERWOOD SCRAMBLE

    The team of Marianne Nobes, Glen Green, Bob Nobe and John Beavers finished first at at 2-over par in the Brierwood nine-hole mixed scramble Aug. 11. Fran Thomas, Rita DuGan, Ron Arvidson and Ralph Trimmer were second.

    BRIERWOOD WGA

  • Newcomers Club to meet Sept. 9

    The Southwest Brunswick Newcomers Club will celebrate its fifth year as an organization at its first meeting of the club year at 10 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 9, at the Shallotte Presbyterian Church in Shallotte. 

    Featured guest speaker will be Robb Ellis, meteorologist for WECT-TV6 in Wilmington. 

  • Leland Rotary plans wine, cheese event

    The Leland Area Rotary Club is sponsoring an evening of wine, cheese and mystery from 7-9 p.m. Friday, Sept. 10 at 101 Stone Chimney Place in Supply.

    Tickets are $25 per person and proceeds will be donated to Hope Harbor Home.

    This is not a typical dinner mystery where the audience solves some fictional story as played by actors. Instead, this is a real life drama as told in a compelling presentation by prosecutors Ben and Jon David.

  • Jim Quick & Coastline Band headline concert series Friday in Ocean Isle Beach

    Brunswick County’s summer concert series continues with a performance by Jim Quick & Coastline Band at 6:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 20, in Ocean Isle Beach.

    The free concerts always take place in the parking lot of the Museum of Coastal Carolina.

    Described as an eclectic blend of blues, soul and rock, Coastline is renowned for “hard-driving Carolina backbeats, Georgia-Southern rock, Cajun-inspired grooves.”

  • Rourk Branch Library celebrates Summer Reading Club

    The Summer Reading Club program has come to an end at Rourk Branch Library. The theme this year was “Make A Splash: Read!” It made a “splash” with reading and special guests.

    The Lelepali family returned again this year, getting the program off to a start with their musical talents, celebrating the diversity of the tropical islands. Readers were treated to songs and dances spanning cultures from Tahiti to Hawaii.

  • New books available at Rourk Branch Library in Shallotte

    The following books are now available at Rourk Branch Library in Shallotte. Reviews are courtesy of Friends of the Library.

    NON-FICTION

    “Hitch 22” by Christopher Hitchens. The candid, personal history of a complicated man.

    “Life Is What You Make It” by Peter Buffet. Personal and revealing, this book is about transcending your circumstances, taking up the reins of your destiny and living your life to the fullest.

    FICTION