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Letters

  • When did we take Christ out of Christmas?

    To the editor:

    I, for one, would like to see more about the birth of our savior than what the stores have on sale on Black Friday, which now extends to a whole week. Have we forgotten our savior in favor of the almighty dollar?

    It seems many churches have abandoned the nativity pageant in favor of a cantata. Though I love the music, I miss the little angels singing “Away in a Manger.” I even miss the older folks filling in when there are so few children.

  • Ministry makes a marvelous Christmas program for children

    To the editor:

    Who can take 57 children, infants to 4-year-olds, and create an awesome Christmas program? Well, that would be the Camp United Methodist Church Mother’s Morning Out Ministry.

    Radio City Music Hall cannot compete with the celebration of “The Grinch Who Stole Christmas,” only to find his heart, make friends and have a celebration with the birth of Jesus. The entire program and the set were awesome.

  • Will always miss Jane

    To the editor:

    (Jane was a member of St. James Episcopal Choir. She dedicated funds to the choir for purchase of singing material.)

    Was Friday morning and found much frost,

    Another woman from parish we lost,

    Which Father Dave did mention today,

    She died and to heaven has gone away.

    No matter what, we shall miss her so,

    Much more then you will ever know.

    When she died, great face was glowing,

    She knew where she would be going.

    To heaven she went to see her Lord

  • Rejoice in God’s love

    To the editor:

    Who, what is God? He has answered that question and in so doing enabled us to see and understand, albeit through a darkened glass (1 Corinthians 13:12).

  • NHBMC team supports community

    To the editor:

    This year has been a milestone for Novant Health Brunswick Medical Center. We celebrated our 10th year with Novant Health and our fifth year in our new facility. We have made a lot of strides as an organization, and I know we could not have done it without the dedication of our team members.

  • Thank you, teachers

    To the editor:

    Teachers help steer the course of our future generation of leaders from the front lines of our very broken educational system. They witness the depths of despair on a daily basis. However, there are sparkling moments that shine brightly with a glimmer of hope they can instill in their students a good solid foundation of learning that will impact their lives for years to come.

  • Sunset Beach better than bans

    To the editor:

    Absolutely ban all cabanas, tents, umbrellas, sun visors, sunglasses and all products with an SPF rating above 50 percent. After all, why are they here if not for the sun?

    Also, ban sandcastle building, seashell harvesting and fishing rods.

    Ban bicycles, handicapped transport vehicles and swimming pools. And if they are not in the ocean, ask them to leave.

  • Sore winners

    To the editor:

    A North Carolina political leader was unusually happy — giddy — recently when he appeared on a national cable news show. He was gloating over the “stealing” of power from the governor-elect.

    North Carolina had already been embarrassed by the current governor and supporters who spent a month falsely accusing county boards (GOP-controlled) of conducting a “rigged” election. One Brunswick County supporter falsely accused his neighbor of voting in North Carolina and another state.

  • County continues refining water service methods

    To the editor:

    As a Brunswick County commissioner, I would like to thank Brunswick County Public Utilities and Lower Cape Fear Water & Sewer Authority for all the work, long hours and for keeping our water turned on during our major weather event.

    I would like to thank each of you for your patience and for helping reserve the water until this pipeline could be fixed. It’s amazing how we take things for granted such as water and electricity.

  • Political cartoon is confusing

    To the editor:

    I’m confused by your political cartoon in the Dec. 1 edition.

    The implication Hillary Clinton asked for a recount is a lie. The truth is, Clinton won the popular vote by 2.5 million, but because of our Electoral College setup, she lost the election. She conceded then and there.