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Letters

  • Don’t be ashamed of the savior

    o the editor:
    We should share our faith that Jesus Christ died for our sins for our eternal life because He commanded us to. Matthew 28:19-20: “Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all things that I have commanded you.”

  • Donations make great gifts

    To the editor:
    Feeling the Christmas rush, but don’t know what to give your friend? They already have everything they need and most of what they want.
    So how about a donation to your favorite charity in their name? We have many local ones that need help, including animal rescue groups like RACE, SOAR and Paws-Ability.
    How about the men who pick up your trash every week? And don’t forget the newspaper delivery person, the post office delivery person, your dental hygienist, beautician and others who provide a service all year long.

  • Stay out of local politics

    To the editor:
    Responding to Mr. Lepsig, who said, “For 30-some years, I have had a second home on Sunset Beach.”
    I won’t question that, but records indicate your most recent acquisitions were in 2004-2005.
    How many days per year do you reside at your second home? Until Sunset Beach is your first home, leave the local politics to the local yokels (local resident of a rural place).

  • Ideas for old hospital building

    To the editor:
    You asked for any suggestions for how to utilize the old hospital. Well, for what it’s worth, here’s mine:
    I am a senior citizen. I recently moved here to be with my daughter. I was in hopes of finding a low-income housing development for seniors, but they are few and far between, and no one ever moves out if they do manage to get in. The only way to get in is if someone passes away.

  • Thanks for helping others in need

    To the editor:
    On Friday, Nov. 18, I was privileged to witness the overwhelming generosity of those living in Brunswick County toward their neighbors in need.

  • What makes a town?

    To the editor:
    What makes a town? Definitions describe an area in which residents earn their living through industry, commerce and public service with schools, churches and restaurants. A town is a community with strengths and support.
    The town of Carolina Shores does not meet that definition. Annexed neighborhoods remain separate. Residents of other towns say folks never stop arguing, and that our town is filled with rancor.

  • ’Tis the season to buy—and give

    It’s hard to believe it’s already time to talk turkey, and before you know it, Old Saint Nick will be here.
    Before Thanksgiving dinners have a chance to fully digest, many Brunswick County residents will have their focus set on holiday gift buying and getting the biggest and best deals on Black Friday.

  • Do you know where your puppy is from?

    To the editor:
    It is important you know about puppy mills in Brunswick County. They are full of puppies that will be sold in the store parking lots. These dogs are stacked 60 per shed behind a trailer in Winnabow...no windows, no heat, no air conditioning, no comfort. They live in their own filth in kennels. Legitimate breeders do exist and they should be more outraged than I am. Consider this:
    A legitimate breeder would never:
    •Sell puppies from the trunk of a car.

  • Responds to letter

    To the editor:
    This is a response to comments made by Mr. Jay Shutt in the Nov. 17 Brunswick Beacon.
    Many scientists believe evolution is so strongly supported it could be considered a fact. Evolution, the fossil record, DNA evidence, embryology and other fields of study have shown that organisms have and continue to evolve. The indirect evidence is clear, unambiguous and compelling.

  • The influence of religion on government

    To the editor:
    We often underestimate influence of religion on government. The assigned attributes of the prevalent deity of a people group will determine their acceptance or rejection of government.