Isl and Gazette, June 1st, 2011 1B
Memorial Day Families, Fireworks, CAROLINA BEACH FARMERS
MARKET CONTINUES NOW
Celebration at the Music Movies & Bingo UNTIL OCTOBER 9TH
Carolina Beach Lake on Pleasure Island The Carolina Beach
Farmer’s Market kicked off its
simplified. And the baked
goods are a wonderful mix
summer with a combination of including rum cakes, award
farmer’s market and arts and winning cupcakes, baklava,
crafts show with almost 70 ven- muffins, cookies and breads.
dors bringing their items for The artists bring a large vari-
your enjoyment. ety of beautiful and unique
The farmers are bringing items including jewelry, acrylic
more produce as it comes into and oil paintings, pottery, hand-
season such as blueberries, made clothing and hats, photog-
tomatoes, greens of many types, raphy, hair accessories, hand-
broccoli, sweet potatoes and bags and totes, cutting boards,
squash. Fresh eggs and meats, soaps, candles, wood art and
cheeses, spices and cookbooks mosaics.
will have your dinner plans See MARKET, page 11B
Many forget that Memorial ceremony in observance of the
Day is more than just a day off National Holiday. Members of
school and work. It’s a day to the Legion stepped up to repre-
reflect on our Nation Veterans sent each war with the excep-
Last week Memorial Day
and those currently serving to tion of Word War I. The cere-
weekend started off early with
keep us all safe. mony closed with Katelin
Tuesday evening’s “Family
To help honor these people Walker’s rendition of America
Night” held at the Carolina
the American Legion Post 129 the Beautiful.
Beach Boardwalk. Hosted by
held a Memorial Day The Legion’s Auxiliary held
the Boardwalk Makeover
Celebration at Carolina Beach a Poppy Sale all week long,
Group the event is held each
Lake. Residents, visitors and contributions assist disabled
Tuesday from 6:30pm until
council members attended the See LEGION, page 16B 8:30pm. There is plenty of fam-
ily fun including face painting,
singing dancing and visit from
Sponge Bob and Dora!
Wednesday Night Bingo
lovers had their daubers ready
for a great outdoor open air of
Bingo. Bingo Night continues
at the Gazebo every
Wednesday Night from 6:00pm
BABY-OF-THE-WEEK - This week’s “Baby of the Week” is
until 9:00pm ending August sweet McKinley who recently turned 2! McKinley is the
31st. Those who made it out to daughter of Alex Doetsch and Cody Boston. She enjoys learn-
the boardwalks gazebo stage ing everything she knows from her big sister Meadow and
See WEEKEND, page 12B spending time with her family and friends.
Second Saturday in June is a BLAST at Fort Fisher
If you’re looking for some
family fun that’s easy on the
pocketbook, visit the Fort Fisher
State Historic Site on Saturday,
June 11, from 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m.,
as the site celebrates the second
Saturday in June with “Storms
of Shot and Shell,” a field
artillery extravaganza. Visitors
will see and hear the frequent fir-
ing of a full six-gun battery lin-
ing the south air strip. They can
also meet historian Chris E.
See BLAST, page 11B
Charity Auction Raise $5,000 for Nourish NC
CAROLINA BEACH — On
Tuesday, May 24th, 2011 repre-
sentatives from the Pleasure
Island Chamber of Commerce
and the Pleasure Island
Foundation for a Sustainable
Community met with volun-
teers of Nourish NC to present
them with a $5,000 check. The
funds were raised from this
year’s Touch of Class Charity
Auction and were graciously
accepted by Kim Karslake
See CHECK, page 10B
Ft. Fisher #2325 UDC Honors Local WW II Hero
By: Patricia Gray W. Bolander
President Ft Fisher #2325, UDC
The Fort Fisher #2325
Chapter, United Daughters of
the Confederacy, honored a
local Carolina Beach man who
gave his life in World War II.
Seaman 2uid Class, Charles
Horace Batson was recognized
for his Navy service aboard the
USS Osweya, which was torpe-
See HERO., page 11B
Come Celebrate the Longest Running Beach Music
Fesitval in the United States still on the Beach
The Pleasure Island Carolina Beach at the historic open at 10:30 am with the first
Chamber of Commerce is Carolina Beach Boardwalk. On band hitting the stage at 11:00
proud to be hosting the 26th Saturday, patrons can enjoy a am. This year’s line-up
Annual Carolina Beach Music day of live entertainment with includes: 11:00 - 12:30 Jim
Festival on Saturday, June 4, the hottest beach music bands Quick & Coastline, 1:00 – 2:30
2011 on the beach strand in in the South. The gates will See BEACH, page 19B
2B Isl and Gazette, June 1st, 2011
NC Veterans Park
PARK SET TO OPEN IN Water Color Classes with
FAYETTEVILLE JULY 4, 2011 P.I. Calendar of Events for 2011 Art instructor Ken Withrow
Many of the planned compo- each with a county’s name on
May-September - Carolina Beach Farmer’s Market every So you think you can draw a Most students are repeat stu-
nents for the North Carolina each side. Four civilians from
Saturday (910-431-8122) straight line? Art instructor Ken dents as they find watercolor
Veterans Park will aptly repre- each county will also have their
June-August - Weekly Movies At The Lake Every Sunday (910 Withrow saws drawing a classes to be both rewarding
sent the park’s theme of “A vet- hands case on a tile and the tiles
458-8434) straight line is not required. and relaxing. Beginners class
eran’s journey: life before, dur- will be incorporated into the
June-August - Weekly Fireworks on the Beach Every Thursday Most of the students confess will be at 9:30am until 11:30am
ing and after service.” columns. The community Plaza
(910-458-8434) they are completely surprised May 25th with Intermediate
“There are dozens of artistic represents the time before a cit-
June-August - Weekly Boardwalk Music Every Thursday (910- with what they are able to paint classes at 12:30pm until
details that pay homage to both izen joins the military. Next to
458-8434) after only a few classes. See Water Color, page 19B
the state and its veterans,” said the Community Plaza, the
June-August - Free Summer Concerts at Ft. Fisher (910-458-
Craig Hampton, the city of Service Plaza will represent the
Fayetteville’s special projects period when a veteran is on
June 4 - 26th Annual Beach Music Festival (910-458-8434)
director. Hampton is overseeing active-duty.
June 26 - Kure Beach Double Sprint Triathlon (www.setu- Kure Beach Park’s & Rec.
the work on the park. “Because This portion of the park will
the park is for North Carolina incorporate seven abstract
pevents.com) Announces 2 New Classes
July 3 - Independence Day Fireworks (910-458-8434)
veterans from all branches of sculptures that are made from The Kure Beach Parks & teaching Ballroom Dance
July 8-10 - East Coast Got Em ‘On Classic King Mackerel
service, many places in the military salvage parts. The Recreation Advisory Board and classes on Mondays and
park of subtle themes of five.” sculptures will signify seven the Kure Beach Community Tuesdays from 10:00-11:00
September 16-17 - 4th Annual North Carolina Flatfish
Some of the symbolism is concepts often associated with Center Committee are pleased am, beginning May 9th and
apparent. Others, more subtle. the military: commitment, to announce two new class 10th and continuing through
October 8-9 - 18th Annual Seafood Blues & Jazz Festival (910-
In the Community Plaza, a courage, dedication, heroism, offerings. Sally Deo will be See DANCE, page 19B
bronzed right hand of a veteran sacrifice, service and honor.
October 14-16 - 5th Annual Pleasure Island Surf Fishing
from each of North Carolina’s Next to the Service Plaza,
100 counties will adorn a the Reflection Garden, which
curved “Oath” wall. In front of symbolizes life after service,
October 15 - 3rd Annual Salty Paws Festival (910-458-3266)
November 25 - Island Of Lights Light Up the Lake Celebration
KURE BEACH TENNIS
the wall will stand 50 columns, See Veterans, page 19B
(910-458-5507) PROGRAM - SPRING 2011
Nov. 25-Dec. 17 - 3rd Annual Christmas By The Sea (Carolina
Pre-Register at Town Hall- Tues 4:30 - 5:30pm.
Beach Boardwalk) (910-470-8666)
Carolina Beach Arts and Activities December 2 - Island Of Lights Christmas Parade (910-458-5507)
10:00 am - 4:00 pm.Classes Adult Tennis Clinics:
held at Joe Eakes Park. Tennis Youth/Adult Mixed $35 Apr 17
Committee Starts Performing December 3 - Island Of Lights Flotilla (910-458-0211)
December 10 - Island Of Lights Tour Of Homes (910-458-5006)
classes run 5 weeks. Weekday Sun 6 - 7pm (no lesson 4/24).
Arts Night 2011 Season December 31 - Island Of Lights New Years Eve Countdown held
classes will be taught by Billie Adult $35 Apr 17 Sun 7 – 8pm
Fitzsimons – PTR Recreational (no lesson 4/24). NTRP 2.5-3.5
in Carolina Beach
CALL FOR ARTISTS For Chamber information please visit our website at Coach. Sunday evening classes
taught by Jerry Dempsey –
Adult $35 Apr 4 Mon 6 - 7pm.
Beginner Adult $35 Apr 4. Mon
www.pleasureislandnc.org or E-Mail us at
P.A.N. (Performing Arts include acting, singing, various firstname.lastname@example.org PTR Tennis Pro. 7 – 8pm. NTRP 2.5-3.5. Adult
Night) began in 2010 by the instruments and dancing. We Session 3 - (5 weeks) $35 Apr 5 Tues 10 - 11am.
Carolina Beach Arts and are currently looking for people Junior Tennis Clinics . Quick Beginner Adult $35 Apr 5 Tues
Activities committee to provide who want to share their talents Start 5 to 7yrs $25 Apr 4 Mon 11am – Noon. NTRP 2.5-3.5
opportunities for local perform- with our community. Please
Pleasure Island Chamber of 3:45 - 4:30pm. Beginner 8 to Adult $35 Apr 5 Tues 6 –
ing arts to reach the public. contact us at p.a.n.carolin- Commerce Announces Exciting 12yrs $35. Apr 4 Mon 4:30 - 7pm. No Lesson Sunday April
This season begins the first email@example.com or 5:30pmQuick Start 5 to 7yrs 24. For Questions or
Friday of April from 6:30p.m. Facebook PAN Carolina
Line Up for the 2011 Free $25 Apr 5 Tues 3:45 - 4:30pm Scheduling contact: Town Hall
to 9p.m. and continues until Beach. Join us every Friday Movies at the Lake Series Beginner 8 to 12yrs $35 Apr 5 @ (910) 458-8216.
October 2011 on the Carolina night for entertainment by the
Beach Boardwalk. Local talent people for the people. Every Sunday night in the around.
summer, the Carolina Beach This year will be no differ-
holds free performances that Admission is always free.##
Lake Park comes alive with ent. The Pleasure Island
Kure Beach Community Center
activity as families from all Chamber of Commerce is on the 2010 Dance and Event Schedules
areas bring their lawn chairs and cutting edge offering a line up
TRINITY CHILDREN NEWS blankets and spend an evening which includes two 2011 WEEKLY ACTIVITIES:
FAITH LOVE HOP AROUND THE WORLD together under the stars watch- Academy Award nominated EXERCISE: Tuesday from 9-10 AM October-May
ONE ACT OF KIDNESS AT A TIME Fee is $1.00 per person. No registration-Just show up!
ing some of the best hit movies See MOVIE, page 19B
LINE DANCE: Thursday from 10-11 AM September-May
Fee is $1.00 per person. No registration-Just show up!
6th Annual Charity Ride coming AIKIDO: Tuesday and Thursday. Children 6-7 PM and
Adults 7-9 PM. Fee involved. Call (910)343-3413 for more information.
to Big Daddy’s June 16th – 18th MONTHLY DANCES:
Trinity Children Foundation Winston-Salem, NC and THE AQUARIUM IS LOCATED AT US 421, 15 MILES SOUTH
Square Dances with Caller Tom Wallace 2nd. Wednesday of the month
– held its second Trinity Baptist Children’s Homes 7:30-9:30 PM $5.00 Per Person Social Dances with Tony and Diane
OF WILMINGTON For more information or to register for a pro-
Children Poker Run with the Thomasville Area Family 3rd Saturday of the month, January-May*
gram, please call (910)458-7468 Monday - Friday from 9-5PM or
support of Perry’s Emporium Services, Thomasville, NC 7:30-10 PM $8.00 pp or $15/couple
Check the website for program details at www.ncaquariums.com
Also, a Fall Dance each September, TBA
and many riders and friends From the Poker Run, TCF *Pre-Registration for all events REQUIRED. Meeting place for all events is
at the North Carolina Aquarium’s Front Desk (unless otherwise listed). The Kure Beach Community Center Committee meets every month on the
hosted at Britt Motorsports, has added $2,500.00 to CFCC second Tuesday at 10:00 AM, (excluding Nov & Dec). All Residents of
Wilmington, NC this year. to be held to reach the required EVENTS June 5, 2011 at 1:00 PM, Kure Beach are welcome to attend. We would love to have your input! Also,
Trinity Children 2nd Annual $25,000.00 to reach BEHIND THE SCENES Thursday, June 9, 2011 at 11:30 the Community Center is available to rent for your special event. Call 458-
Poker Run was held to enhance Endowment of the Trinity • AQUARIST APPREN- AM, Sunday, June 12, 2011 at 8944 and leave a message. Someone will return your call promptly.
our TCF Gift of Education Children – Donna Morse TICE - Saturday, June 4, 2011 1:00 PM, and Sunday, June 19,
Program – established at Cape Scholarship Fund. Should you at 2:00 PM, Saturday, June 11, 2011 at 1:00 PM - Have you
Fear Community College in wish to help reach this goal, 2011 at 2:00 PM, and Saturday, ever wondered what goes on
November 2010. The Fund is donations may be made direct- June 18, 2011 at 2:00 PM - behind the scenes at an
open to the children who have ly to CFCC or you may wish to Find out what it is like to be Aquarium? Space for animal
been helped to recover from Call Tom Lamont at responsible for the aquarium holding, husbandry, life sup-
abuse by The Carousel Center, 910.742.1937 or mail your critters. Join staff on a behind- port systems, and access to
Wilmington, NC – The Boys check to Trinity Children the-scenes tour, learn about our exhibits is hidden behind the
and Girls Homes of NC, Lake Foundation, P O Box 149, Kure animals and their diets, and aquarium walls. If you have
Waccamaw, NC – Beach, NC 28449 – for “TCF assist our staff in the prepara- ever cared for a home aquari-
Southmountain Children & Gift of Education Fund” tion of food and feeding of um, you may have some idea of
Family Services, Nebo, NC - The Trinity Children some of our animals. what it takes to operate a col-
The Children’s Home, See TRINITY, page 11B Participants will also observe lection of salt and freshwater
our Aquarists accomplish some exhibits, with hundreds of ani-
of their daily care and mainte- mals. Accompany aquarium
nance tasks. This limited staff on a guided tour of animal
opportunity is only open to 10 quarantine, life support, food
participants. Participants preparation, and access areas.
should wear close-toed shoes This unique opportunity is lim-
and be prepared to smell fishy. ited to 10 participants. Children
For ages 10 and up. Ages 14 under 8 are not permitted.
and under must be accompa- Children between 8 and 14
Upcoming Events: Federal Point nied by an adult. Fee: $25.00 must be accompanied by a par-
Historic Preservation Society per participant. Aquarium ent or guardian. Fee: $15.00 for
admission included. adults and $13.00 for children
Events Calendar Summer/Fall • BEHIND THE SCENES 17 and under. Aquarium admis-
• Monday June 20, 2011: hamburgers on the grill and all TOUR - Thursday, June 2, sion included. NC Aquarium
Membership Picnic. 6:30 pm the usual sides – catch up with 2011 at 11:30 AM, Sunday, See Aquarium, page 11B
Join us for the social occasion old friends and meet our
of the Summer. Hot dogs and newest members.
OUR WEB SITE IS UP!
It has taken us awhile, but to feedback and ideas, just e-
between Ron Griffin and mail them to
Rebecca, we’ve gotten a pretty FPHPS@yahoo.com OR feder-
good start on our web site. firstname.lastname@example.org
Please take a look and see what A number of the pages are
you think. We’re always open See WEB SITE, page 19B
Isl and Gazette, June 1st, 2011 3B
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ST. PAUL’S UNITED The Survivor’s Guide
OF CAROLINA BEACH METHODIST CHURCH
409 N. Lake Park Blvd. • Carolina Beach, NC 28428 300 Harper Avenue • Carolina Beach, NC
XXVII- Should you
Worship Times & Events St. Paul’s UMC Teams Up With have a Durable
Back Pack Buddies
First Baptist Church
Carolina Beach has something
Mentoring Men for the
Master 6:45 PM. Wednesday: A hungry child, right here in food that the students enjoy.
Power of Attorney
to meet everyone's schedules Team Kid 6:00 PM. There will our community; is that really All of the volunteers and dona- What happens to your finan- Durable Power of Attorney be
and needs. Sunday Morning be an Old Fashioned Hymn possible? Yes, it is true, sad but tors then know that each child cial affairs if you are incapaci- recorded in the Register of
Schedule: Contemporary Sing on Sunday, March 6th at very true. Thankfully, there are has food to eat throughout the tated and cannot take care of Deeds office in the county in
Service 8:30 AM. Sunday 7:00 PM. Everyone is invited to also people who volunteer their weekend. It is hard to imagine your affairs. Who do you chose which the principal resides if it
School 9:45 AM Traditional come and join in singing praises time and money in a deter- a more worthwhile cause. to be your Power of Attorney. is used after the principal has
Service 11:00 AM. Cat 5 for to God. Don't forget the Help mined effort to bring food to St. Paul’s Angel Food Should it be a relative or a become incapacitated.
Youth 5:00 - 7:00 PM. Be More Center which serves the needy these hungry children. St. Ministries is joining with New friend. Or should the Power of However, most financial
Bible Study for Women: 7:00 of the Island. Paul’s United Methodist Life Studios to raise funds, so Attorney be a bank representa- institutions require the docu-
PM. Tuesday: Prayer Service Non-perishable food items Church Angel Food Ministries they can purchase “No Child tive or an accountant. A bank, ment be recorded even if the
9:00 AM. Martha's Kitchen 6:00 are needed. This has been a dif- is supporting the local “Back Goes Without” food boxes. lender or investment company principal has full capacity.
- 7:00 PM - A free hot meal for ficult winter for many people Pack Buddies” to help fill this New Life Studios is well will look to a Power of Only an original document can
everyone. and the demand has been great. need in our community. known in the Wilmington area Attorney if you are not avail- be recorded. Once recorded,
The “Back Pack Buddies” as a leader in helping worth- able to sign papers for convey- certified copies may be
program currently fills the back while organizations raise need- ing property. Durable Power of obtained from the Register of
packs for underserved students ed funds. New Life Studios is Attorney‘s are not valid after Deeds. How long a Power of
Kure Beach 1st Baptist Church each week at our local area taking photos on April 9th and the person who signed it Attorney lasts is within the dis-
208 S. 6th Ave • Kure Beach, NC 28449
schools with good, wholesome See BUDDIES, page 12B (known as the ‘principal’) dies. cretion of the person giving the
After the death of the principal, power. If a Power of Attorney
a Durable Power of Attorney is made "durable," it remains in
Kure Beach First Baptist Church
Announces An Invitation To The Angel Food Ministries Offers cannot be used for any purpose.
A Durable Power of
effect even when the principal
later loses capacity. In order for
Annual Hurricane Prayer Service a Helping Hand for Families Attorney allows the person the Power of Attorney to be
who signed the document, the “durable”, the instrument or
Angel Food Ministries Carolina Beach is one example
Kure Beach - Sunday, June 2011 Hurricane Season. Our principal, to designate an agent, document giving the power
(www.angelfoodministries.com of the amplified need for quali-
5, at 4:00 P.M. Corner Of K coast has been greatly blessed known as an Attorney-in-Fact, must contain the words "this
), an organization dedicated to ty, affordable food, which is the
Ave. And Atlantic Ave.: The in recent seasons. who will act in his or her stead Power of Attorney shall not be
providing affordable, high- core of Angel Food’s mission.
Pleasure Island Community is We offer thanksgivings to while alive. If you have a trust, affected by the subsequent
quality food to those in need, is Angel Food provides individu-
invited to join in a special our Lord for those blessings. the Durable Power of Attorney incapacity of the principal". In
offering relief and joy to fami- als and families with fresh,
Prayer Service as we enter the See Hurricane, page 12B does not have power to control summary, a Durable Power of
lies in Carolina Beach and sur- brand name food for a fraction
assets in a trust unless it is Attorney is effective until the
rounding communities. of the retail price. By purchas-
specified in the Power of principal dies, unless the prin-
In response to current eco- ing food in bulk, directly from
Attorney document. The desig- cipal revokes the Power of
nomic conditions, there is a some of the top suppliers in the
nated Trustee in a Trust instru- Attorney, or termination of the
greater need for Angel Food’s country, food is discounted by
ment has the power to control Power of Attorney is specified
services nationwide and expan- up to 50 percent of retail. A
the assets in the Trust. within the document after a
sion of services to the people of See ANGEL, page 11B
For the successor Trustee to certain period of time. From the
gain authority, the original office of: Sharon A. Hatton
Trustee (normally the Grantor) Law Office P.C., 321 N. Front
must resign, or if that is not Street, Wilmington, NC 28401
possible, the provisions in the Telephone: 910-772-9455.
trust for Trustee succession WillsUCanTrust.com.
must be followed. North Send questions to
Carolina law requires that a IslandGazette@aol.com.
Buying A Miracle
Can you picture in your
mind’s eye Jesus standing on a
midst that has come along final-
ly to help you. Expectation fills
Senior Center News
hillside getting ready to preach the air for the truth to spill forth May - June 2011: Our “Summer People” coming
the Beatitudes? You are one of as He stands up and says, “If Spring Tea and Quilt Show on south for June, July and
the many who have heard you will give me your money, I April 16th was a great success. August! We will miss our
rumors that He is the chosen will give you a miracle. I will We served tea, scones, assorted “Winter People” who go north
one of God…the Messiah. You bless you with a blessing if you hors d’oeurves and desserts for the summer - look forward
sit there in excitement and with just sow a seed.” with special toppings. Jan to seeing you next fall and win-
baited breath, barely able to I am appalled at the so- Truelove (with her many ter! $$$$ OUR SURPRISE
contain yourself. You have called Pastors and alleged helpers) did the planning, deco- DONATION $$$$: On
heard there is someone in your See JUNK, page 12B rations and the food. Ann Hope Saturday, March 26th, the 15th
Marvin (with her many Annual Wilmington Wing
helpers) staged the Quilt Show. Fling was held on the
Thanks to all -it would take a Boardwalk in Carolina Beach.
whole page to list everyone! This event is sponsored &
We all enjoyed “dressing up” organized by students and sev-
for the occasion! The Easter eral professors at UNCW for
Hat contest for the Prettiest Hat charity. On Thursday, April
was won by Sarah Williams. 21st, we were delightfully
The Funniest Hat prize was SURPRISED with a DONA-
won by Lois Poignee. Many TION to Katie B. Hines Senior
door prizes were awarded. Center by this group of
Flowers for decorations and $4,000.00 from the proceeds of
door prizes were donated by the Wing Fling! Please encour-
Home Depot, WalMart & age our Mayor, Town Council
Maxway. Thanks so much to and Police Chief to invite them
these merchants! We had many back to hold the 16th Annual
compliments on our Tea and Wilmington Wing Fling here in
Quilt Show!!! When is the next Carolina Beach next year!
one? Maybe next year! Watch Recipe of the Month -
in our Island Senior News and Carmelized Onions: EASY -
we will let you know! INEXPENSIVE - DELICIOUS
Welcome back to our See Senior News, page 11B
The following are weekly Cards 6:30pm.
events held at the Katie B. TUESDAY: Bridge at
Hines Senior Center: 1:00pm. THURSDAY: Paint
MONDAY: Paint Class Class from 11am until. Quilting
12:30pm. Line Dancing 3:30 at 9-11am. BINGO at 7:00pm..
4B Isl and Gazette, June 1st, 2011
4th Annual Carolina
Beach Sand Blast Sand
SOFTBALL WEEKLY RE-CAP Tournament to start this Weekend
Lady Eagles Softball falls to Clayton 3-1
in the 4th Round of the 4A State Play-Offs
By: Chip Adam
Ashley Softball Head Coach
• 3/25 – ASHLEY 2
LANEY 0 - Tuesday the
Ashley Softball team made it a
clean sweep of Lanery for the
year. After having beat them
twice earlier Ashley had to play
Laney in the District Round of
See SOFTBALL, page 10B The 4th Annual Carolina Soccer sanctioned event and is
Beach Sand Blast sand soccer unrestricted; open to all US
tournament will be coming to Club, AYSO, USYS, unaffiliat-
the Fort Fisher State Park, on ed teams and individual play-
the BEACH June 4th and 5th. ers. Playing Surface: will
You can enjoy a weekend at include 9 fields Beach sand.
Carolina/Kure Beach, swim- Socks or sand-socks recom-
ming, relaxing, surfing, and mended The Divisions that
Sand Soccer! This is a US Club See Sand Blast, page 12B
(Pictured Above): Photos from The Lady Eagles 3-1 loss against the Clayton Comet’s last Friday night at Ashley.
Eagles Baseball fall to Holly Springs
in 4A East Regional Final Series
By: Jeffrey McCulloch
• 5/24 – ASHLEY 4
HOGGARD 2 - Ashley’s
Baseball team travelled to
Hoggard with a berth in the
Regional Championship series
at stake. Ashley again jumped UNCW NEWS
out to a lead in the first inning.
With 1 out Chris Hicks singled
to right field which brought 2011 CAA Baseball Tournament
Chance Shepard to the plate.
• 5/27 (2nd Game) – elimination games on Friday.
Chance again came through,
UNCW Ends Season With 4-3 The Monarchs knocked
hitting a 2 run homerun to get
Loss To ODU - Edgar Georgia State out of the tourna-
the Eagles on the board.
Hernandez plated the eventual ment earlier in the day with a 7-
Jonathan Kelley then singled
winning run with a sacrifice fly 3 victory. The Seahawks,
and his brother Trevor got hit
in the top of the ninth to lift Old meanwhile, saw their season
by a pitch. They both moved up
Dominion into the Colonial come to an end and finished
See BASEBALL, page 10B
Athletic Association champi- with a 31-28 record. In the
onship on Saturday with a 4-3 ninth, Shawn Sizemore started
win over UNCW at Brooks the rally with a one-out, two-
Field on Friday. strike single to right. A fielding
The Monarchs improved to error put runners on first and
30-25 after winning a pair of See UNCW, page 19B
Bob Vanderham Paces UNCW in
NCAA East Regional’s Friday
Bob Vanderham placed and was the only Seahawk to
23rd in the finals of the 800 advance to the finals of an
meters on Friday to pace event. Freshman Aerial
UNCW's effort at the NCAA Chatman jumped 48-4 feet to
East Regional on Friday at the finish 36th in the Triple Jump
Robert C. Haugh Track & while sophomore David
Field Complex. Vanderham Lindsey clocked in at 14.67
(Pictured Above): Photos from the Eagles loss to Holly Springs at Ashley this past Friday Night. fashioned a time of 1:54.06 seconds to place 39th.
Isl and Gazette, June 1st, 2011 5B
Pleasure Island Soccer Association
Spring 2011 Season comes to a End
Team Photos will be printed in the next 2 Weeks of the Island Gazette (Continued on 17B).
(Pictured Above): Star Flooring U7 Girls. (Pictured Above): Seaside Mortgage U7 Girls. (Pictured Above): Vaughn’s Legal Eagles U7 Girls.
(Pictured Above): Krazy Kones U7 Girls. (Pictured Above): Scott W. Tunis, MD U7 Girls. (Pictured Above): Bass Built U7 Girls.
(Pictured Above): Amnesty International U7 Boys. (Pictured Above): Southern Appraisal U7 Boys. (Pictured Above): Century 21-Van Coley U7 Boys.
(Pictured Above): Got-Em-On Live Bait Club U7 Boys. (Pictured Above): HP Homes U7 Boys. (Pictured Above): Dr. Skip & Dr. Steph U7 Boys.
(Pictured Above): Seahawksoccercamp.com U9 Girls. (Pictured Above): NRL Builders U9 Girls. (Pictured Above): Dr. Skip & Dr. Steph U9 Girls.
(Pictured Above): ZIP ZAP U9 Girls. (Pictured Above): Subsurface Support U9 Girls. (Pictured Above): Beds Plus Kids U9 Girls.
6B Isl and Gazette, June 1st, 2011
3rd Annual Flashback 5K & 10K NEW HANOVER
5K Overal Winner’s: Erik Rasmusson 17:03 & Melissa Milstead 19:13 COUNTY RESULTS
10K Overal Winner’s: Shawn McKee 36:45 & Heather Magill 38:41
29TH ANNUAL TRI-SPAN
Just under 300 participants
showed up for the 3rd Annual
tion! Summer Activities pro-
vided in the past have included:
Winner’s were: Male Brendan
Gordon from Supply 20:25 and
42:50, 2nd Place Jay Edge
44:36, and 3rd Place Jason
10K & 5K JULY 9TH
Flashback 5K & 10K. The Race mSports Skills & Fitness Fun, Female Carol Ann Wood from Colthurst 45:37; Female 40-44: The 29th Annual Tri-Span and a crafts fair and farmers
was held at Mayfaire Town Arts, Dance classes, Yoga, Locust Grove, GA 24:26. 1st Place Lisa Hayward 51:01, 10K & 5K will be held in market is held just down the
Center this past Saturday, May Drumming, Basketball, • 10K AGE GROUP 2nd Place Laura J Gay 1:00:14, Historic Downtown street so you can check those
29th with the 10K Race starting Chorus, Bowling, and Surfing. WINNER’S: Female 10-12: and 3rd Place Jessica Williams Wilmington July 9th with the out post race. The Pilot House
at 7:30AM and the 5K, which The Fastest 10K runner was 1st Place Sophia E Ebihara 1:00:50; Male 40-44: 1st Place Race set to start at 7AM. The and Elijahs restaurants invite
followed about 10 minutes Carolina Beach’s Shawn 45:52; Male 13-16: 1st Place Herbie Bryant 49:40, 2nd Place starting location will be held at you to join them for lunch,
later. The 1960’s outta Sight McKee, breaking the old McKinley Gray 40:39, 2nd Jeff Luttrell 50:58, and 3rd Water Street right in front of the starting at 11:30am. All runners
was the Theme for the race and course record with a time of Place Bailey Autry 42:00, and Place Andrew McVey 51:06; Cotton Exchange parking lot. will get a FREE dessert to make
participants showed up in there 36:45. Followed by Jim Halley 3rd Place Sean Tate 47:22; Female 45-49: 1st Place Parking for runners on race day up for all those calories burned
best 1960’s cloths. The best 38:14, and in 3rd Place Female 17-24: 1st Place Kelsey Elizabeth S Ebihara 49:00 and is prohibited in the Cotton from the run! The first 500 Tri
dressed were voted on by the Anthony Ivey 38:17. The Lingerfelt 45:22, 2nd Place 2nd Place Janet King 1:10:34; Exchange parking lot until Span runners are guaranteed a t
crowd and won a $50 Gift Fastest Lady in the 10K was Sofie Rodo 55:45, and 3rd Male 45-49: 1st Place Jeffrey A 10am! You may park in the shirt. You never can tell who
Certificate to the Maccoroni Wilmington’s Heather Magill Place Tracy M Boles 57:00; Ebihara 47:53, 2nd Place Phil many parking decks in the area. will show up for this race. One
Grill located in Mayfair Town who also broke the course Male 17-24: 1st Place Justin Jewett 53:55, and 3rd Place R The 29th annual Tri-span year it was a Kenyan marathon-
Center. record with a time of 38:41, fol- Raphael 1:06:57 and 2nd Place Duane Williams 1:04:14; 10K/5K starts downtown er who beat our local favorite
After the run paritipants lowed by 2nd Place Tara Benjamin Strong 1:09:11; Female 50-54: 1st Place Wilmington in front of the by a few seconds. Several years
hung out and enjoyed: finish- Martine 40:42, and 3rd Place Female 25-29: 1st Place Tara Mariana Boucher 56:39, 2nd Cotton Exchange parking lot, ago it was the Aruba Marathon
line snacks, refreshments, Kelsey Lingerfelt 45:22. The Martine 40:42, 2nd Place June Place Janice McSweeney on Water Street. team. Their best finish was 3rd
tunes, and fun. Awards were fastest master winners were: Dickinson 47:23, and 3rd Place 57:02, and 3rd Place Janet The 10K tours historic place but they loved the race.
given to top overall male & Male Donald Riggins from Betsy Cockerham 50:14; Male Coleman 1:12:38; Male 50-54: downtown Wilmington, trav- This year we hope that you too
female 5K & 10K and for top 3 Severna Park, MD 40:40 and 25-29: 1st Place Barnes 38:44, 1st Place John C Fischetti erses a 3-bridge loop as well as will join us in this awesome
male & female in all age groups Female was Joan J Gleason 2nd Place Andrew McIver 50:20; Female 55-59: 1st Place taking you into the Battleship race in beautiful Wilmington.
for 5K & 10K. A portion of the from Wilmington 42:48. 39:27, and 3rd Place Place Bill Mirna Castreson 48:16; Male NC Memorial and then returns All proceeds raised go to the
profits will fund support & The 5K race was a lot closer Goodrich 41:47; Female 30-34: 55-59: 1st Place Gary to the finish with a quarter mile Wilmington Family YMCA
services for disabled children with Erik Rasmusson from 1st Place Ryanna Avery 50:34, Zaborowski 56:04 and 2nd flat, fast finish. The 5K tours Physability and Inclusion
and adults in the area. The 3nd Chicago pulling away with a 2nd Place Jessica Desrosiers Place George Herbert Greason downtown Wilmington and fin- Program. Physability works to
Annual Flashback Run also time of 17:02, followed by 52:07, and 3rd Place Myra 1:26:03; Male 60-64: 1st Place ishes at the same point as the promote the inclusion of people
contributed funds to benefit Wilmington’s Jeremy Tejada 55:47; Male 30-34: 1st Jon L Moon 50:30, 2nd Place 10K. The race activities, with disabilities into all of the
New Hanover County individu- Snodgrass 17:04, and in 3rd Place Jonathan Musenga 43:00, Ed Fore 57:03, and 3rd Place including the awards ceremony, YMCA programs and activities.
als with disabilities through the Place also from Wilmington 2nd Place James Naylor 47:16, Richard Barton 1:08:30; will be held in the Cotton In addition, membership schol-
Flashback Arts & Athletics pro- Mark Kauffman 17:46. The and 3rd Place Steven • 5K AGE GROUP Exchange parking lot. arships are provided to those
grams and funding source. It fastest overall Female was Desrosiers 48:04; Female 35- WINNER’S: Female 1-9: 1st Sea Com Media radio sta- who are not able to afford the
also gives them a great reason Melissa Milstead from 39: 1st Place Janet Waren Place Makayla Joy Obremski tions will provide music and fees. The YMCA turns no one
to relive the groovy 60’s, Man! Wilmington breaking the old 45:55, 2nd Place Jennifer 25:55 and 2nd Place Anna runners can enjoy refreshments away for inability to pay!
Pparticipation in this event course record with a time of Manning 55:56, and 3rd Place Claire Jaski 29:56; Male 1-9: such as fresh local melons, Come join the fun and run
helped to provide low cost 19:13, followed by 2nd Place Ana Paula Zuber 55:58; Male 1st Place Blake Bestul 29:55, snacks, and bagels. The Cotton with 500 other runners to test
and/or free summer activities Julie Shaw 23:56, and 11-Year 35-39: 1st Place Kevin Badgett See Flashback , page 16B Exchange stores open at 10am See TRI-SPAN, page 11B
for well deserving young adults Old Fasika Bestul from
with special needs! Hampstead 24:27.
Thanks for your participa- The Overall Master’s
New Hanover County Calender
• June 4th - 5K for Hope will Waterfront Park at 8:00AM.
be held at TrySports Field at For more information phil.frav-
Mayfaire Town Center 901 el @security-savings.com
Town Center Drive, starting at • July 9th - 29th Annual Tri-
8:00AM. For more info: Span 7AM. Water Street in
email@example.com front of the Cotton Exchange.
• June 18th - NC Blueberry For more info logo onto
Festival 5K Run/Walk at trispan.active.com
Walker and Freemont Streets • November 26th - 7th
starting at 7:30AM. For more Annual WRRC Turkey Trot 4
info: www.ncblueberryfesti- mile Trail Run will begin at
val.com/ 9AM. The event takes place in
• June 25th - 33rd Annual the Carolina Beach State Park.
North Carolina Freedom Run. For more info: nparker
To be held in Southport’s @omegasports.net
Isl and Gazette, June 1st, 2011 7B
17th Annual Pier Step Up For Soldiers
Fishing Tournament 6th Annual Children’s
Coming to Kure beach Fishing Tournament
Fishing Pier Saturday Next Weekend June 11
Carolina Beach Parks & The fishing tournament is Step Up For Soldiers will ment is open to children, nieces,
Recreation and the Parks & from 7:00 am-10:00 am. The hold it’s sixth annual children’s nephews and grand kids of active
Recreation Advisory awards ceremony will follow fishing tournament on June 11, duty, reserves, and veterans of all
Committee would like to invite the tournament. The entry fee 20011 at the Kure Beach fishing five branches of the military. To
kids ages 5-15 to the 17th is $2.00 plus a donation of at pier in Kure Beach, North register go to www.stepupforsol-
Annual Pier Fishing least one canned food item. Carolina. The tournament will diers.org, click on the fishing
Tournament. It will be held on The first 100 kids, without a begin at 7:00 and run until Noon. tournament icon located on the
Saturday, June 4th, 2011 at fishing pole, will receive a rod As in past years everything is home page, fill out the form and
Kure Beach Pier. Registration and reel. The first 150 kids will free. Fishing equipment, bait, click submit. You can also con-
is 6:00 am-8:00 am. See Parks & Rec, page 19B breakfast, lunch, snacks, prizes tact Jim Verdon, event coordina-
and gifts are all provided by Step tor, at 570-971-0553.
Up and their sponsors. There will This event is always a great
be a marching band, VIP’s, mili- time for children and parents
tary display’s, clowns and many alike so get registered and come
more treats as well. This tourna- out to catch some fish.
Go Into Effect on Delayed-
Harvest Trout Waters June 4
The N.C. Wildlife Resources anglers and to provide special
Commission will open approxi- opportunities for young anglers
mately 63.5 miles of trout to catch — and keep — fish.
streams and one lake classified Under hatchery-supported (Pictured Above): Phil Jr. caught several black drum while
as delayed-harvest trout waters regulations, in effect through fishing with his father aboard Affordable Charters.
under hatchery-supported regu- Sept. 30, anglers can keep a
lations on Saturday, June 4. But maximum of seven trout per
there’s a catch . . . only anglers day, with no bait restrictions or
15 years old and younger can minimum size limits.
fish these waters from 6 a.m. Anglers age 16 and older
until 11:59 a.m. At noon, these need an inland fishing license
waters open to all anglers. and a special trout fishing privi-
The youth-only fishing time lege, which is included in the
frame is designed to promote comprehensive and sportsman
trout fishing among young See TROUT , page 16B
Boaters Reminded of Safety
Requirements & Responsibilities
Wildlife Officers with the 5,000 square miles of inland
N.C. Wildlife Resources streams, rivers, lakes and coastal
Commission are reminding waterways, and 220 public boat-
everyone to comply with the ing access areas.
state’s boating safety laws this On the Road, On the Water,
summer. Wildlife Officers are Don’t Drink and Drive - North
charged with enforcing the boat- Carolina sets the same limit for
ing laws and regulations on the intoxication while operating a
waters of North Carolina, and boat as for a motor vehicle, with
may stop any vessel for safety a .08 blood alcohol level. The
checks or violations. In the law also allows charges for
course of their duties, these law appreciably impaired operation.
enforcement officers patrol over “We can’t stress enough the (Pictured Above): Nick Carty had a good day drum fishing
importance of safe and sober while fishing in the Lower Cape Fear River.
operation of motor vehicles and
boats, since nearly one in every
three deaths – car or boat – is
alcohol related,” said Maj. Chris
Huebner, the state boating safety
coordinator. Both boat operators
and passengers who drink should
use caution. Wind and waves,
combined with heat, glare, motor flounder, black drum, Virginia
BY: JOHN CARTY mullet, bluefish, croakers, small
noise and vibrations create an
Affordable Charters spots, small cobia, sharks, &
effect known as boater fatigue,
which can magnify the effects of sting rays. In the ocean near
alcohol up to three times in some In the waterways, bays, & shore catching king mackerel,
individuals. Boating Safety river we are catching some Spanish mackerel, & bluefish.
Education Requirements - puppy drum, black drum, Offshore on the bottom catch-
Anyone younger than 26 operat- speckled trout, a few flounder, ing beeliners, grouper, black
ing a vessel powered by a motor Virginia mullet, pompano, bass, & grunts. Remember you
of 10 horsepower or greater on a small spots, bluefish, small still cannot keep any black bass
public waterway must meet boat- croaker, & sharks. In the surf but we will keep you posted
ing safety education require- catching flounder, puppy drum, when that changes. Hopefully
ments. The requirements, set by black drum, a few large bluefish we will be able to start keeping
General Statute 75A-16.2 were being reported in the 10 to 12 speckled trout on June 15. Keep
created by the General Assembly lb. range, Virginia mullet, fishing & stay safe.
and became effective in May croakers, sharks, & sting rays. Captain John Carty
See WILDLIFE, page 16B On the piers catching some Affordable Charters
8B Isl and Gazette, June 1st, 2011
Youth Pier Fishing Tournament Carolina Beach Summer Camps HULA HOOP FITNESS
Carolina Beach Parks & least one canned food item.
For Ages 6-10 & 10-13 Hula Hoop Fitness classes ence necessary! Classes are
Recreation and the Parks & The first 100 kids, without a are being offered at the provided with professional
We will begin registration per activity. Parents pick up
Recreation Advisory fishing pole, will receive a rod Carolina Beach Boardwalk hoops which are larger, heavier
at 7:00 am on Monday, May your Summer Camp calendar at
Committee would like to invite and reel. The first 150 kids will Stage. Classes are Thursdays and covered with friction tape,
9th for our Summer Camp pro- the Carolina Beach Recreation
kids ages 5-15 to the 17th receive a free tournament t- from 5:30 until 6:30 pm. The allowing those who “never
gram. Carolina Beach Parks & Center or go to www.carolin-
Annual Pier Fishing shirt and be given bait while it Hoop Fitness workout is a feel could” hoops to experience
Recreation will offer Discovery abeach.org to print out the cal-
Tournament. It will be held on last. So bring the family out for good class that inspires instant success! All classes are
Camp for ages 6-10 and endar and registration form.
Saturday, June 4th, 2011 at a day filled with fun in the sun! strength, confidence, power, $6.00 each. If you have any
Adventure Camp for kids ages Parents can sign kids up for
Kure Beach Pier. Registration If you have any questions about and poise using the hula hoops questions please contact the
10-13. Discovery Camps will four days at a time, cash only.
is 6:00 am-8:00 am. the tournament or tournament of various weights. No experi- Rec. Center at 458-2977
include beach days, Jungle No transfers or refunds.
The fishing tournament is rules please call the Recreation
Rapids, Horse Camp, etc. Please call Carley Neil at the
from 7:00 am-10:00 am. The Center at 458-2977. You can
The Adventure Camp chil- Carolina Beach Recreation
awards ceremony will follow also download all tournament
the tournament. The entry fee details on the Parks and
dren will go kayaking, biking, Center with any questions Beach Pilates
learn to surf, etc. Prices vary (910) 458-2977.
is $2.00 plus a donation of at Recreation website.
Join Sophina White as we ing from 7:00 am until 8:00 am.
exercise by the ocean! Beach Classes are only held as weath-
Pilates will take place at the er permits! Cost is only $8.00
Carolina Beach Summer Camps Community Pilates Carolina Beach Boardwalk per class. You are not required
Stage. This class focuses on to have a Rec Center
Instructor Sophina White is Wednesday, and Saturday from low impact exercises that align Membership to participate in
We will begin registration per activity. Parents pick up
leading Pilates Classes at the 9:00-10:00 am. All participants your body. Classes are sched- this class. For more informa-
at 7:00 am on Monday, May your Summer Camp calendar at
Recreation Center. This is a must be a Recreation Center uled for every Monday, tion, please contact the Rec
9th for our Summer Camp pro- the Carolina Beach Recreation
Pilates class for all levels of Member prior to taking the Thursday, and Saturday morn- Center at (910) 458-2977.
gram. Carolina Beach Parks & Center or go to www.carolin-
experience. Pilates will increase class. Cost is $8.00 per class.
Recreation will offer Discovery abeach.org to print out the cal-
your strength, flexibility and Please go online and check our
Camp for ages 6-10 and endar and registration form.
control of your body. The entire fitness schedule at
Adventure Camp for kids ages Parents can sign kids up for
10-13. Discovery Camps will four days at a time, cash only.
classes meet every Monday, www.carolinabeach.org. Carolina Beach Aerobics
include beach days, Jungle No transfers or refunds.
Rapids, Horse Camp, etc. Please call Carley Neil at The class is a total body for all ages. The class is held
The Adventure Camp chil- the Carolina Beach Recreation Mini Monets Art Classes workout that combines a 30-
minute aerobics segment, along
every Monday, Wednesday and
Friday from 8:00-9:00 am. This
dren will go kayaking, biking, Center with any questions
learn to surf, etc. Prices vary (910) 458-2977. with a weight and abdominal is a great way to burn off those
The Recreation Center is encourage creative expression
workout. Please bring your own extra calories and stay in shape.
offering kids art instruction. and to supplement the NC Arts
4-6 pound dumbbells if you If you have any questions,
Instructor Jennie Wenk is lead- Education Curriculum. New
have them. This class is a fun please contact the Recreation
SUMMER GUITAR CLASSES ing these classes every
Wednesday from 4:15-4:45 pm.
Students can join classes at
anytime! To sign up or get
and energizing way to exercise Center Staff at 458-2977.
BEGINNING JUNE 15 Mini Monets is an extracurricu- more information, contact
lar art class that is provided on Jennie Wenk at
Terry Godwin is a profes- He has taught guitar private- location among area schools, firstname.lastname@example.org or POWER FLOW YOGA
sional musician who plays mul- ly and in group settings for child care centers, and recre- (910) 399 – 1708. Please visit
tiple instruments including gui- over twenty years for several ation facilities. www.minimonets.wordpress.c Instructor Carly Rickard is Saturday from 10:00 am until
tar, bass guitar, keyboard, man- area establishments including The lessons are created to om for more information. leading Power Flow Yoga class 11:00 am. The cost is $6.00
dolin, harmonica and drums. one of the areas fine arts acade- that explores advanced yoga per class. All participants must
He has over 40 years experi- mies. This class is a basic gui- postures. This is designed for be Recreation Center Members
ence in the music industry and tar class for kids ages 8 and up. intermediate to advanced fit- or pay the daily Guest fee.
has performed extensively Classes will include basic gui-
Kunga Rock Your Asana ness levels with a focus on Please contact the Recreation
throughout the region with tar techniques from many increasing flexibility and core Center at (910) 458-2977 for
bands and as a soloist. See GUITAR , page 19B Explore yoga through asana, is the true art of Yoga. This strength. Class will be every additional information.
pranayam, meditation and class meets every Friday from
music. Challenge your body 10:45 until 11:45 am. All partic-
and relax your mind and be pre- ipants must have a Recreation
Happy Little singers Early pared to have fun. Center Membership prior to Hatha Yoga Classes
Childhood Music and Movement Kunga Vinyasa inspires stu- taking the class. Cost is $6.00
dents through innovative and per class. 5% of all Kunga class Instructor’s Rebecca Niamtu breathing. Classes are every
dynamic sequences to think proceeds are donated to the and Holli Terrell-Cavalluzzi are Tuesday from 9:30-10:45 am
Family time of learning developing cognitive, listening,
beyond their mats. Helping oth- Kunga fund, which benefits and leading Hatha Yoga classes at and every Thursday from 10:45-
through music and FUN! motor, music, language and
ers find peace and compassion serves populations in need. the Recreation Center. The noon. Classes are $8.00 each.
Happy Little singers is an social skills. Available every
affordable music, movement Monday from 5:00 to 6:00 pm, class incorporates all styles of All participants must be mem-
and learning class for kids ages Tuesday from 11:15 to 12 noon, Hatha Yoga focusing on bers of the Recreation Center.
6 months to 6 years. DROP INS and Thursday from 5:00-6:00 Gentle/Restorative Kunga Yoga strengthening, toning, and All levels and bodies welcome!
WELCOME! Bond with your pm. Cost is just $10 per family.
child in a session full of fun Participants do not have to be Lia Zazzali is a Yoga warm up before Kunga
activities. Enjoy creative Recreation Center Members to Alliance registered Yoga Vinyasa. This class will meet
music, dance and instrument participate. For more informa- teacher at the 200-hour level. every Friday from 9:30 until
play. Led by a trained profes- tion, please contact www.hap- Explore Yoga through asana, 10:30 am.
sional, Susan Savia, this pro- pylittlesingers.com or call pranayam, and meditation. Cost is $6.00 per class. All
gram is designed for fun while Susan at (910) 777-8889. This class explores yoga for participants must have a
service as you relax and restore Recreation Center
the mind and body. Great for Membership prior to taking the
Intervelocity Class Starting beginners or those who want to class.
This new class will definite- and building up your stamina.
ly challenge you by way of Dawn Harcus will be your Pleasure Island Exercise Class
intensity! Come join the fun as instructor every Tuesday, start-
we alternate segments of low ing May 10th, from 8am-9am. We are extending our PI and Wednesday from 9:00 am
and high intensity using aero- Cost is $6.00 per class. All par- Exercise class through the sum- until 10:00 am. Cost is only
bic, callisthenic, and plyomet- ticipants must be recreation mer!!!! This class incorporates $1.00 per participant and all par-
ric movements. We will use a center members prior to taking low impact exercises. It includes ticipants must have a Recreation
step and light weights for the class. Cost is $6.00 per a warm up, stretching, balance, Center Membership prior to tak-
recovery between intervals. class. Please check our entire strength training, back strength- ing the class. For additional
The routines will change each fitness schedule at www.car- ening, and a cool down. Classes information, please contact the
class, working trouble areas olinabeach.org. meet in the gym every Monday Rec Center at 458-2977.
Class Starting May 12th
Want to get your heart rate Instructor Dawn Harcus will
up and enjoy a really good lead the class on Thursdays
workout? Well, then come to from 8am-9am, starting May
kickboxing, and bring a pair of 12th. The cost is $6.00 per
gloves with you. This is a tra- class. All participants must be
ditional kickbox conditioning Recreation Center members
class with kicks and punch prior to taking the class. Please
drills incorporating bags and check our entire fitness sched-
gloves. ule at www.carolinabeach.org.
Zumba Dance Classes
Zumba classes are being work out, to love working out,
offered at the Recreation to get hooked. Zumba partici-
Center. Instructor Tracey pants achieve long term bene-
Dillard is leading classes every fits while experiencing an
Thursday from 6:30-7:30 pm. absolute blast in one exhilarat-
Cost for class is just $6.00 per ing hour of caloric-burning,
person. Zumba fuses hypnotic body-energizing, awe-inspiring
latin rhythms and easy to fol- movements meant to engage
low moves to create a dynamic and captivate for life! All par-
fitness program that will blow ticipants must be Recreation
you away. The goal of Zumba Center members. Tuesday
is simple: for you to want to classes will resume in June.
Isl and Gazette, June 1st, 2011 9B
New Hanover County
Free Athletic Screenings Ashley High School holds
Scheduled for New Hanover
County Schools’ Athletes Boy’s
Spring 2011 Awards Banquet
Eams are June 9 Ashley High School hon-
ored their Spring Sports teams
Free athletic screening Thursday, May 26, 2011. Boys’ last Monday Night with a
examinations are being offered exams will be Thursday, June 9, Awards Banquet and dinner
to New Hanover County 2011. Both screening sessions held to honor the Athletes,
Schools’ athletes and cheerlead- will be held at the New Coach’s and Parents. Ashley
ers by physicians in the New Hanover County Health holds these banquets each sea-
Hanover-Pender County Department located at 2029 son to highlights the achieve-
Medical Society in conjunction South 17th Street, Wilmington, ments of young athletes and to
with the New Hanover County NC. These will be the ONLY talk about their futures. After a
Health Department and NHCS. free exam dates for 2011-2012 dinner and awards for the
All North Carolina students school sports. Students should Junior Varsity teams, parents,
who plan to participate in ath- report to the NHC Health athletes and coach’s moved into
letics or cheerleading during the Department at the following the Minnie Evans Art Facility
2011-12 school year must dates and times: for the Varsity Athletes Awards.
undergo a state-mandated Boys’ Exams - Thursday,
screening examination. June 9th at 6:00 p.m., 6:45
Exams for girls will be See Screening, page 19B
Local Educational Office of
Professionals Association to Host
Dancing with the New Hanover
County Schools Administrator
Stars June 4th
The New Hanover County NHCAEOP has a new goal to
Association of Educational offer a $1,000 scholarship to
Office Professionals each of New Hanover County’s
(NHCAEOP) is hosting the seven area high schools.
first annual Dancing with the Recipients of the scholarships
New Hanover County Schools will have an opportunity to
Administrator Stars fundraiser compete for district and state
to benefit the NHCAEOP EOP scholarships.
scholarship fund on Saturday, Dancing with the NHCS
June 4, 2011, at 6:00 p.m. at the Administrator Stars is a night
Arab Shrine Club, 4510 South of food, fun and dancing featur-
College Road, Wilmington, ing local radio celebrities,
NC, 28412. Craig Thomas and Sheila
Each year, the NHCAEOP Brothers of Sunny 104.5.
offers a $1,000 scholarship to a The evening will consist of
New Hanover County high heavy hors d’oeuvres, a dance
school senior and a $500 schol- competition, and open dancing
arship to an EOP member with a DJ after the show. The
enrolling in college to further competition will feature five
their education. Because of dance couples led by current
tough economic times, the See STARS, page 19B
USDA Expands Access to Fresh
Fruits & Vegetables For New
Hanover County Elementary Schools
Six New Hanover County ing Alderman, Mary C.
elementary schools have been Williams, Rachel Freeman
selected to participate in the School of Engineering, Snipes
USDA Fresh Fruit and Academy of Arts and Design,
Vegetable Program for the Sunset Park and Winter Park.
2011-2012 school year, includ- See FRUIT, page 19B
Board of Education Partners with
NourishNC, Inc. to Alleviate
New Hanover County instruction for NC public
Schools is taking an exciting school students. Phillip Sutton,
new approach for summer an assistant principal at New
school this year. The 2011 Hanover High School, will
Summer School Program will serve as the Distance Learning
be offered utilizing the North Coordinator for summer
Carolina Virtual Public School school which will be held June
(NCVPS). NCVPS, in partner- 13, 2011 through August 8,
ship with NC public schools, 2011. “NCVPS offers an
provides high-quality, online See SUMMER, page 12B
UNC Wilmington ArtSea Camp
Combines Art and
Environmentalism for Ages 12-16
Experience the environment popular MarineQuest summer
through the eyes of an artist! camps, will use the marine
The University of North environment as artistic inspira-
Carolina Wilmington will host tion while also teaching stu-
ArtSea, a week-long summer dents about conservation and
camp for ages 12-16 that com- stewardship. Students will learn
bines art and the oceans in an about different artistic interpre-
effort to inspire appreciation for tations of marine plants, ani-
marine environments. mals and habitats and then work
Two sessions will be offered, in the studio to create their own
one June 27-July 1 and one July masterpieces.
18-22. ArtSea, a variation of the See ARTSEA, page 12B
10B Isl and Gazette, June 1st, 2011
BASEBALL from page 4B
on a throwing error and Billy
Piner hit a sacrifice fly to right
center bringing in courtesy run-
ner Mark Johnson for a 3-0
lead. This was all the offense
Ashley pitchers needed as the
brothers’ Kelley held the
Brice Eller is one Serious Vikings to only 2 runs.
Jonathan threw the first 5
innings allowing the 2 runs on 4
Athlete for a 6th Grader hits, walking 2 and striking out
4. Trevor pitched the final 2
innings walking 1, striking out
BY: ELISE HEGLAR 1, and inducing the game end-
Staff Writer ing double play. Jonathan also
drove in a 7th inning insurance
Brice Eller may only be in run with a double to make the
the sixth grade at Murray final score 4 to 2 for your
Middle School, but that does Eagles.
• 5/25 – Game 1 of Best of 3
not stop him from being a seri-
4A East Regional Series -
ous athlete. He has been play-
Ashley 5 Holly Springs 6 -
ing sports since he was about
five years old. Baseball, bas- Last night Ashley’s Baseball
ketball, football and soccer are team travelled to Holly Springs
all sports that Brice has played for the first of a best 2 out of 3
at one point or another. He is series for the Eastern
currently focusing on baseball, Championship. We got to catch
which he has played for nine up with Ashley’s first Athletic
years, and basketball, which he Director Andy Wheeler who
has played for eight years. was a gracious host. The
Brice said that basketball is cur- Eagles were also in a giving
rently his favorite sport to play. mood as 4 runs were given to
“I like basketball better, I guess. Holly Springs to tie the game in
It’s just such a rush. You step on the 6th inning. Ashley had built
the court and feel this rush and a 5 to 1 lead on 2-run homeruns
that is really fun,” Brice said. from Chance Shepard and
Brice has recently found a Jonathan Kelley and a Trevor
new way to stay active; he has Kelley RBI single. The Eagles
been participating in triathlons sent Corey Irwin to the mound
and 5k races over the past year. that,” Brice said. Brice came in ing on sports but he enjoys to start and he pitched brilliant-
He has participated in two third place at the first triathlon school as well. His favorite ly for the first 5 innings and had
triathlons and three 5k races he did, which he said was very subjects in school are math and 2 outs in the 6th when the
since last May. Brice decided exciting for him. science. “I’m good at them, so wheels came off. After 2 walks,
to start doing triathlons when Brice also decided to take up I like working on them,” Brice 2 hits, and 2 more runs Ashley
he saw ad advertisement for track this year at Murray said. Brice also takes art and was forced to bring in closer
one at the YMCA. “I saw the Middle School. He enjoys drama at Murray. He said that Trevor Kelley who walked
sign and I just thought, why being active too much to sit still he enjoys doing something cre- another batter, gave up another
not? I decided it could be a cool every day after school, he said. ative instead of playing sports hit, and a wild pitch to knot the
thing to try,” Brice said. Brice “I got really bored after school all the time. He enjoys acting score at 5. Holly Springs was
had to train for a few weeks so I decided that this would be in drama because it allows you able to scrape a run together in
before he the actual triathlon something fun to do,” Brice to use your imagination. “It’s the 8th inning off Trevor which
and 5k events. For the said. He plans to continue run- fun to pretend to be someone sent the Eagles home anticipat-
triathlons he practiced swim- ning track next year at school as else. It’s really hilarious to be ing a rematch at Ashley.
• 5/26 – Game 2 of Best of 3
ming laps, biking for miles, and well as continuing with his something that you’re not,”
4A East Regional Series -
running. Brice said that even other sports. “Sports keep me Brice said. Taking elective
Ashley 0 Holly Springs 0 -
though the training was hard he active and they’re really fun. I courses is something that Brice
enjoyed working on it. “It’s just like getting to be with my thinks is important. “You get to Ashley's Baseball team hosted
a bunch of sports together in friends and playing a game,” let your creativity come out and Holly Springs Friday in the 2nd
one event, so I really liked Brice said. Brice enjoys focus- that it really cool,” Brice said. of a best of 3 series for the
Eastern Championship already
down a game. The Eagles were
not able to pull even in the
series losing a 13-5 ballgame
that got ugly late. The game
was tied at 4 going into the 7th
inning when the wheels came
off as Holly Springs scored 9 to
put the game away. Ashley was
able to push one run across in
the bottom of the 7th but it was ing 1 run on 1 hit and 4 walks
woefully short of what was while striking out 1. Zach
needed. Chris Hicks was 2 for 5 Sweeney took the loss throwing
with a double and 2 RBI and the last 4 innings giving up 12
SOFTBALL from page 4B Night 3-1 to Clayton in the 4th the top of the 4th inning. The Brian Stokes was 3 for 4 with a runs, 8 hits, 7 walks, and strik-
the Playoffs. Crystal Harrell Round of the State Playoffs. Eagles picked up their only run home run and 2 RBI. Jonathan ing out 2. Ashley finished the
had a nice evening. She The Eagles could only pick up in the 7th inning after a triple Kelley pitched 3 innings allow- season 21-8.
pitched for the shut out and hit 2 hits against Clayton’s pitch- by freshmen Taylor Carter,
a 2 run home run for the only ers. Clayton was able to pick up plated Ally Blose.
score of the night. Morgan their 1st run in the 2nd inning The Ladies finished out
Montgomery had led the 3rd off a pair of doubles. their season 17-4, next season
off with a base hit and was on The Comets went up 3-0 the Eagles will only be losing 3
when Crystal hit the 1-2 pitch after a pair of unearned runs in seniors. Great Season Ladies.
over the right-center field
fence. Drew Dickson and
Courtney Fasano also hits on
the evening. The next round is
the Sectionals here at Ashley at
7:00 Friday against Clayton.
• 5/27 – 4th Round of the
4A State Playoffs - Ashley 1
Clayton 3 – The Lady Eagles
Varsity Softball Team’s Season
came to a end this past Friday
CHECK from page 1B
director of the non-profit. The
check comes at a wonderful
time as Nourish NC is gearing
up to make Summer Food
Boxes for their over 120 hun-
gry local children.
Nourish NC a non-profit
organization that serves under
resourced New Hanover
County schoolchildren. Using a
multi-faceted approach, The
program works to bridge the
gap and reduce food insecurity
that exists between school and
home during a child's formative
years. For more information on
Nourish NC or to find out how
you can help, visit www.nour-
ishnc.org or find them on
Isl and Gazette, June 1st, 2011 11B
HERO from page 1B Patricia Gray W. Bolander. The TRINITY from page 2B Applications may be down- AQUARIUM from page 2B adult. Fee: $16.00 for ages 13
doed. Charles lost his life while Cross was presented to Mr. Foundation invites you to join loaded from www.trinitychil- Society Members pay $9.00 and up, $14.00 for ages 7-12.
trying to save a Navy buddy. He Douglas Batson, younger broth- us June 16 – 18, 2011 for our dren.com. Don’t forget our per participant. Aquarium admission included.
was awarded the Purple Heart. er of Seaman Batson, and father Trinity Children 6th Annual TCF 2nd Golf Invitational to be • EXTENDED BEHIND • SALT MARSH EXPLO-
The Chapter presented their of Savannah. Also, family mem- Charity Ride to begin at Big held on September 30, at River THE SCENES - Friday, June RATION - Sunday, May 29,
highest Military Service Award bers present were nephews, Daddy’s Kure Beach and ride Landing Resort in Wallace, 3, 2011 at 2:00 PM, Monday, 2011 at 3:00 PM - Hike the salt
of a Confederate Cross of John (Building Inspector for to Boone, NC, an enjoyable NC. The golf event is in sup- June 6, 2011 at 2:00 PM, marsh trail and view first-hand
Military Service. The Kure Beach), Peter and Mark two day ride. We are accepting port of our “Gift of Education” Wednesday, June 8, 2011 at the activities of marsh-dwelling
Ceremony was conducted by (Firemen for Carolina Beach), application through June 1. program. 2:00 PM, Friday, June 10, 2011 animals and the variety of
Miss Savannah Batson, and niece, Jessa (Social Worker at 2:00 PM, Wednesday, June plants found in this rich envi-
Recorder of Military Service in Wilmington). A reception 15, 2011 at 2:00 PM, Friday, ronment. Ages 14 and under
TRI-SPAN from page 6B Restaurant, Wilmington Road
Awards for the Chapter and was held following the ceremo- June 17, 2011 at 2:00 PM, must be accompanied by an
yourself and raise much needed Runners, Stevens Hardware,
also, the niece of Seaman ny at the History Center in Monday, June 20, 2011 at 2:00 adult. Fee: $15.00 for ages 13
funds for the YMCA. This New Balance of Wilmington,
Batson, and President, Mrs. Carolina Beach. PM, Wednesday, June 22, 2011 and up, $13.00 for ages 8-12.
year's Premier Sponsor again is Setupevents.com, and YMCA.
Maus, Warwick, Matthews & at 2:00 PM, Friday, June 24, Aquarium admission included.
Awards will be given to the
ANGEL from page 3B nutritional for people on the go. Company! They will be repre- 2011 at 2:00 PM - It’s feeding Pre -Registration Required.
top three winners in each cate-
standard medium-sized box of Angel Food Ministries’ service sented in the race by several time, and you’re invited to • SURF FISHING WORK-
gory in the 5K & 10K. Prizes to
food may be purchased for $31, is available to anyone. There participants from their excel- watch. Visit the top of our SHOP - Tuesday, June 7, 2011
include: New Balance of
and contains top quality food are no income requirements, lent firm. Wheelchair Pushing largest exhibit, the Cape Fear at 8:00 AM, Tuesday, June 14,
Wilmington gift certificates for
staples from every food group, we accept SNAP. There are no Athletes And Athletes Of All Shoals, during an expanded 2011 at 8:00 AM, and Tuesday,
Overall and Masters 5K & 10K
including chicken or beef, limits to the quantity of boxes Abilities Are Welcome Finish / tour behind the scenes. Get a June 21, 2011 at 8:00 AM -
male and female, in 1st, 2nd,
milk, eggs, vegetables and per individual, nor are there Timing / Computer Scoring: birds-eye view of this 235,000 This 3-hour workshop includes
and 3rd place ($75, $50, $25).
fruits. Each of the regular any applications or qualifica- Timing will be performed using gallon tank as sharks, stingrays, one hour of classroom discus-
New Balance of Wilmington &
boxes of food feeds a family of tions for eligibility. Your local the Championship system. moray eels, and other fish sion, then surf fishing on the
Omega gift certificates in age
four for about one week or a Host Site is St. Paul’s UMC Unofficial times will be avail- swim below! Aquarists feed the beach nearby. All equipment
category male & female 1st
single individual for almost a located at 300 Harper Avenue, able immediately at the finish animals during the tour, offer- and bait provided. Program is
place only ($10) in the 5K &
month. The menu selections Carolina Beach. You may con- line on the digital display clock. ing a unique opportunity for rain or shine, with extra activi-
10K. Packets can be picked up
vary each month, and consist of tact them at 910-524-4145, or Official times will be posted as close-up viewing. Children ties added in event of bad
at New Balance of Wilmington
both fresh and frozen items, at: www.stpaulscb.org for more results become available. Race under 8 are not permitted. weather (e.g., throwing a cast
on Friday, July 8, from 3-6pm,
saving Americans money with information, or place an order Day Check-in Is Mandatory To Children between 8 and 14 net). Ages 10 and up. Fee:
at the Mayfaire Community
no sacrifice to quality. There is at: www.angelfood Receive Championchip Which must be accompanied by a par- $12.00 per participant.
Center, 6801 Parker Farm Rd.,
even a box geared towards the ministries.com. Will Be Collected At The ent or guardian. Fee: $20.00 for Aquarium admission is not
off Military Cutoff, next to
Finish Line. In appreciation of ages 13 and up, $18.00 for ages included.
Mayfaire Harris Teeter or on
our generous sponsors, please 8-12. Aquarium admission NEW! AquaCamp
race day. For more Information:
MARKET from page 1B and enjoy Adam on his acoustic included. Transportation! This year we
visit our sponsor: Maus Dalia Nir, Race Director,
Plan to spend plenty of time guitar performing covers from FOR CHILDREN / are offering limited transporta-
Warwick Matthews & Co., The Wilmington Family YMCA,
browsing while enjoying the artists such as the Steve Miller PARENTS tion from the Monkey Junction
Pilot House Restaurant, Elijah's (910)251-9622 ext. 246
entertainment provided by Band, the Eagles and from • BREAKFAST WITH area to and from Aquacamps!
Adam Mitchell. Adam joins us Jason Mraz to Coldplay. THE FISHES - Saturday, June We can accommodate only 13
again this summer after winter- Visit our facebook site BLAST from page 1B to show visitors that history, cul- 4, 2011 at 8:00 AM - Get a children per day. A fee and pre-
ing at school in Chapel Hill. (Carolina Beach Farmers Fonvielle, Jr., who will debut his ture, and fun don’t have to come sneak peek at the aquarium registration is required!
He’s always a favorite, so feel Market) for updates throughout new book on Timothy with a heavy price tag.” Fort before it opens for the day. SUMMER DAY CAMPS
free to bring a chair, kick back the season. O’Sullivan’s historic photogra- Fisher, the largest earthen fortifi- Coffee, juice, pastries and FOR KIDS
phy of Fort Fisher. cation in the Confederacy, once bagels are provided for guests. Aquarium summer camps
SENIOR NEWS from page 3B sliced onions, stirring constant- At the event, wet-plate pho- protected the port of Wilmington After breakfast participants are provide fun and safe learning
with Chicken, Pork, Beef or ly until onions begin to soften - tographer Harry Taylor will and the vital blockade running invited to feed some of our opportunities with knowledge-
just Veggies!!! 2 Servings 5 to 8 minutes.Stir in sea salt, 1 demonstrate 19th century pho- trade on the Cape Fear River. aquarium critters! Come and able and competent leadership.
Preparation Time - 10 Min. T. olive oil and 1 teaspoon of tography. Free costumed tours After two massive bombard- enjoy breakfast with your Camps run simultaneously for
Cook Time - 25-30 Min. 2-3 sugar, if desired. of the fort’s remaining earth- ments the fort fell to a Union favorite aquarium resident, and ages 5-6, 7-9, and 10-12. Ages
Large Sweet (or Vidalia) Cook, scraping the browned works—complete with rifle infantry assault on January 15, stay to enjoy the rest of the 5-6, known as Aquanauts,
Onions, 2 T. Extra Virgin Olive bits of onion off the bottom of demonstrations—will also be 1865. With the capture of Fort morning. Fee: $15.00 for ages become immersed in weekly
Oil thinly sliced vertically 1 the pan frequently, until the held. At 12:00 noon special pub- Fisher, Wilmington’s port – “the 13 and up, $13.00 for ages 3- topics through animal interac-
teaspoon Sugar (optional), 1/2 onions are golden brown - lic recognition will be accorded Lifeline of the Confederacy” – 12. Aquarium admission tion, play, story telling, crafts,
teaspoon Sea Salt. In a large about 15-20 minutes. (Onions State Representative Carolyn was closed to foreign trade. included. $5.00 for age 2. and hands on outdoor activi-
skillet, heat 1 T. of the olive oil do “cook down” quite a lot!) Justice (Pender/New Hanover) Fort Fisher State Historic Site • CHILDREN’S DISCOV- ties. Ages 7-9, Marine
over medium-high heat. Add Serve and enjoy! for her leadership in working to is located at 1610 Fort Fisher ERY TIME - Thursday, June Detectives, use their investiga-
save funding for NC State Blvd S, Kure Beach, N.C. 2, 2011 at 10:00 AM – Turtles, tive skills in animal programs,
Historic Sites in the House of 28449. For more information on Thursday, June 9, 2011 at 10:00 outdoor excursions, and inter-
Representatives Appropriations the site, call (910) 458-5538 or AM – Crabs - Creatures come active games to better under-
Bill that was recently passed by visit the web site www.nchis- alive in this story-telling and stand new concepts. Ages 10-
the full House. toricsites.org/fisher/. Fort Fisher critter-creating program. For 12, Ocean Explorers, partici-
This event is part of “2nd State Historic Site is part of the pre-school children. Fee: $5.00 pate with staff in experiences
Saturdays,” a statewide summer Division of State Historic Sites per child. Parents pay admis- outdoors, and behind the
initiative at the NC Department in the N.C. Department of sion only. scenes at the Aquarium, to dis-
of Cultural Resources’ State Cultural Resources, the state • DINNER WITH THE cover each weekly topic. Ages
Historic Sites and museums that agency with the mission to FISHES - Sunday, June 12, 13-14, Coastal Crusaders, ven-
combines arts, history, culture, enrich lives and communities, 2011 at 6:00 PM - Bring your ture farther to explore different
and fun for all ages. “Our 2nd and the vision to harness the friends and family to enjoy a coastal environments, such as
Saturdays programs are state’s cultural resources to build pizza dinner and tour the aquar- black water swamps. These
designed to have something for North Carolina’s social, cultural ium after hours. In this pro- campers also interact more
everyone,” said Assistant Site and economic future. gram you will go on a guided directly with staff behind the
Manager Amy Thornton. “Best Information is available 24/7 at tour of our exhibits and learn scenes to assist with animal
of all, it gives us the opportunity www.ncculture.com. all about our animals. For all care.
ages. Fee: $20.00 for ages 3 • PREDATOR VS PREY -
and up, $5.00 for age 2. June 20 – 24, 2011 at 8:30 am –
• MOMMY AND ME - 3:00 pm for Ages: 5-6, 7-9-
Saturday, June 11, 2011 at 9:00 FULL, 10-12 -FULL and June
AM - Moms and their children 27 – July 1, 2011 at 8:30 am –
interact and learn together 3:00 pm for Ages: 5-6, 7-9-
about aquarium animals. FULL, 10-12 - Life in the ani-
Afterwards, you can enjoy free mal world can be tough,
playtime in our Freshwater whether you’re looking for
Wonders Room, which will be food or trying to avoid being
reserved just for program par- eaten! Campers will learn
ticipants. Different animal top- about food webs through the
ics will be offered each date. examination of predator and
For adults and kids ages 1-2. prey interactions. Activities
Fee: $13.00 for one adult and stress the importance of all life
one child ($1.00 for each addi- and how a careful balance sup-
tional child). Aquarium admis- ports entire ecosystems.
sion included. Campers learn what different
OUTDOORS & EXPLO- animals eat and how they strug-
RATION gle to survive in a world where
• CANOEING THE SALT everyone must eat or be eaten.
MARSH - Saturday, June 4, Fee: $210.00 for non-members
2011 at 9:00 am, Sunday, June for ages 5-12, $189.00 for ages
5, 2011 at 2:00 pm, Sunday, 5-12 for NC Aquarium Society
June 12, 2011 at 2:00 pm, Members. PRE-REGISTRA-
Saturday, June 18, 2011 at 9:00 TION REQUIRED.
am - A three-hour exploration • COASTAL
of the Zeke’s Island Estuarine CRUSADERS - June 27 – July
Research Reserve by canoe. 1, 2011 at 8:30 am – 3:00 pm
Activities may include crab- for Ages: 13-14 - Why do
bing, seining, or birding. North Carolina coastal waters
Participants should be able to support some of the nation’s
swim and be capable of sus- healthiest fisheries? What is
tained physical exertion. Ages unique about rivers, lakes and
8 and up. Ages 8-12 must be streams in North Carolina’s
accompanied by two adults. coastal plain? How can North
Fee: $25.00 per participant. Carolina’s aquatic environ-
Admission to Aquarium is not ments be recreated, and main-
included. tained, in an Aquarium setting?
SALT MARSH AND By exploring natural environ-
CRABBING - Friday, June 24, ments and participating in
2011 at 8:00 AM - Join us for Aquarium care, campers gain a
this hands-on program that better understanding of how to
introduces participants to the investigate and preserve the
challenge of catching blue environment we all share.
crabs. Lessons in crab biology Activities include canoeing,
and crabbing equipment pre- fishing, swimming, and animal
pare participants for an exciting care. Fee: $260.00 for non-
expedition outdoors to catch members for ages 13-14,
(and release) crabs. All bait and $234.00 for ages 13-14 for NC
equipment is provided. Ages 7 Aquarium Society Members.
and up. Ages 14 and under P R E - R E G I S T R A T I O N
must be accompanied by an REQUIRED.
12B Isl and Gazette, June 1st, 2011
WEEKEND from page 1B the Carolina Beach Boardwalk ARTSEA from page 9B inspired by the marine environ- everyone associated with it, Abby Spangler, whose art
were lucky enough to find and the Carolina Beach Lake. Campers will embark on ment and want to help inspire from the faculty and guests that focuses on giving visual form to
themselves in the midst of one The Boardwalk Makeover is a several field excursions on foot young people,” said Sue oversee the activities, to the current ecological issues, such
of the biggest parties in the area not-for profit organization ded- and by kayak, including trips to Kezios, director of youth pro- community that ultimately as the mistreatment of and cul-
Friday night as local blues leg- icated to preserving the the beach, marsh, maritime for- grams at UNCW. “They ulti- gains more educated, apprecia- tural ambivalence toward the
end “Mojo Collins” electrified Carolina Beach Boardwalk. It est and barrier islands. mately want the young people tive and well-rounded citizens,” environment. Other artists are
the crowd with hits just before is staffed entirely by hardwork- Depending upon the session to grow up being more environ- said Fulcher. “ArtSea allows still being recruited to join this
a spectacular fireworks display ing volunteers. For more infor- selected activities will include mentally conscious.” campers to learn about and year’s camp staff.
emblazoned the night sky with mation, go to www.boardwalk- microscopic study and scientif- Local artist and UNCW appreciate our amazing ecosys- On- campus housing is
brilliant colors and thunderous makeover.org. ic illustration of phytoplankton, alumnus James Fulcher will be tem and the diverse creatures available for residential stu-
booms. Fireworks by the Sea For more information on the field observation and sketching featured as one of the guest that inhabit it, while laying the dents, but students may also
and Music at the Gazebo will Pleasure Island Chamber of of marine wildlife, watercolor artists this year and will lead a groundwork for future genera- choose to commute. Tuition for
continue each Thursday night Commerce and a complete list painting of coastal landscapes, studio session on using recycled tions to conserve and ultimately residential students is $725;
from 6:30pm until 9:30pm. of events, visit their website at surf art, collecting shells, beach surfboards as art. Fulcher uses enjoy.” Returning artists this commuter tuition is $495.
This Thursday June 2nd enjoy www.pleasureislandnc.org or glass and fossils for jewelry, old surfboards to create crabs, year include Virginia Wright Tuition includes lunch, trans-
the sounds of Mark Roberts find them on Facebook! graphic block printing, sand fish, turtles and other marine- Frierson, who has worked on portation, studio fees and sup-
and the Breeze, for a complete casting, wood carving, metal themed works of art. His work projects including the 2004 trib- plies. For more information on
lineup of entertainment check sculpting and glass work. can be seen throughout the ute to Minnie Evans, the gate- registration visit: uncw
out www.pleasureislandnc.org. Guest artists will instruct Fisher Student Center at keeper of Airlie Gardens for .edu/dpscs/marinequest/ArtSea.
On Sunday night a mass of students in different artistic UNCW. Fulcher said he is more than 20 years; Michael htm. ArtSea is just one of the
people converged around the mediums and share how their excited about participating in Van Hout, known for his metal- summer camps UNCW offers
Carolina Beach Lake to watch artwork has caused them to per- the camp because he loves work and sculptures; Peggy each year, for a complete list of
the hit movie “Karate Kid” on sonally value the marine envi- teaching and allowing individ- Cleary, who will teach block camps being offered this sum-
the giant inflatable screen. ronment. ual creativity to blossom. printing and lithography for the mer visit: www.uncw.edu/dpscs
This is just the precursor of an “The guest artists have been “Camps like this elevate third summer at ArtSea; and and click on "Youth Programs."
enjoyable summer full of great
free events hosted on Pleasure Endangered from page 7B part to help Commission biolo- apply for a reduced property tax the N.C. Conservation Registry,
Island. The Boardwalk Blast is federally or state-listed as endan- gists keep North Carolina’s assessment. Coastal residents can an online database that records,
a summer event series consist- gered, threatened or of special imperiled wildlife from disap- volunteer to monitor sea turtle tracks and maps conservation
ing of weekly events including concern. The Northern saw-whet pearing altogether. Landowners in nests year-round through the projects that are part of a larger
free live music, kids and family owl, bog turtle, shortnose stur- the Piedmont and coastal regions North Carolina Sea Turtle North Carolina effort to track
activities, bingo and more at geon, northern flying squirrel, of the state can enroll their proper- Protection Program. The pro- projects that work toward imple-
Carolina heelsplitter, loggerhead ties into the Safe Harbor Program, gram, started by the Commission menting the N.C. Wildlife Action
seaturtle and southern hognose a program that helps landowners in 1983, is vital to helping biolo- Plan.
snake are just a few Tarheel help the red-cockaded woodpeck- gists protect the five sea turtle Another way North
species that need special protec- er. Landowners who enroll their species that nest along our coast, Carolinians can help endangered
tion attention afforded by state properties in the program agree to all of which are listed as federally species is by donating to the
and federal endangered species implement land management endangered. Through the pro- Nongame and Endangered
laws to help their populations activities that benefit the federally gram, biologists and volunteers Wildlife Fund. The money from
return to healthy levels. endangered bird in exchange for monitor sea turtle nest activity, this fund is used to support
Biologists with the N.C. assurances regarding Endangered document reproductive success nongame and endangered species
Wildlife Resources Species Act compliance. and mortality, and protect beach research, conservation and man-
Commission’s Wildlife Diversity Another program beneficial to habitat for sea turtle nesting. agement, and to provide matching
Program conduct research and both landowners and wildlife is Mountain region residents can funds for federal and other grants.
management projects that focus the Wildlife Conservation Land volunteer to monitor species such Donations are tax deductible,
on endangered and other Program, which provides qualify- as peregrine falcons, salamanders and donate can be made by:
nongame species. Their work ing landowners with an economic and frogs, northern flying squir- • Checking line no. 30 on their
with bald eagles, peregrine fal- incentive to manage their lands rels or bats. N.C. State Income Tax form;
cons and the red-cockaded wood- for any endangered, threatened or Anyone interested in volun- • Mailing in a donation form
pecker of Sandhills and Coastal special-concern species found on teering should visit the • Going online to
longleaf pine forests, has helped their property. Landowners agree Commission’s website, www.ncwildlife.org/give
bring these animals back from the to manage their property for pro- www.ncwildlife.org/give or e- • Registering a vehicle or trail-
brink of extinction in the state. tected wildlife species or priority mail, volunteerwd.org. Other vol- er with a N.C. Wildlife
North Carolinians can do their wildlife habitats and, in turn, can unteer opportunities are listed on Conservation license plate
JUNK from page 3B money. My first thoughts in Over the course of a few weeks, We owe Him our obedience. It
teachers of the day who preach regard to money were, How do He revealed to me just how to is time for a reformation in the
and teach Christ, proclaiming to you give to God? He is in heav- do it. I didn’t attend a church, body of Christ so the body can
the masses that people can “buy en. How was I going to get it to so I gave my tithes where I was mature into the things of God
a miracle.” I am sickened when Him? Did He need my money being fed spiritually, and God and in turn, help a sick and
I watch these “feel good” evan- where He was? I wanted honored my effort. I began dying nation. God have mercy
gelistic preachers, who have answers to my questions so I from scratch, as far as learning on us for trying to “sell” a mir-
great big grins slapped on their asked Him. I had been in bank- how to give money to God, and acle. Jesuswithoutthejunk
faces, telling people that all ing and investments all of my things started to change for me. .com Join us each Sunday @
they have to do to get out of the life but knew nothing of what If Jesus Christ is our Savior, Miracle on 39th Street from
jam they are in is to give Malachi 3:8-12 talks about. we have no excuse not to tithe. 10:30-11:30
SUMMER from page 9B 12th grade students. charged a reduced fee of $50 place at the student’s home
opportunity for us to expand Students may only take up and there would be no adminis- school and must occur before
our curriculum into areas that to two courses each during trative fee for students taking June 10, 2011. Parents may
HURRICANE from page 3B our families, our visitors, our
in the past we have not had the summer school. There is a pro- courses for credit recovery contact their student’s school
Please join us as we ask God businesses and our homes dur-
resources to provide. This will posed $100 fee for administra- purposes. The fee schedule is for more information about the
for protection and blessings for ing the 2011 season.
allow the district to expand our tive costs only. (The fee is subject to approval by the New NHCS Summer School
resources during tough budget $100 whether the student takes Hanover Board of Education at Program and to register.
SAND BLAST from page 4B games if your team makes it to times. And finally, most of our one course or two courses.) the May 2011 meeting. To learn more about
will be playing include: Boys: the finals. Awards will be given students will have to take an Students receiving free or Registration and payment NCVPS, visit the website at
U8, U10, U12, U14, U16, U18; to all 1st and 2nd place awards online course when they enter reduced lunch would be for summer school will take www.ncvps.org.
Girls: U8, U10, U12, U14, in each division. college. This will give them an
U16, U18; Men's: Open, Over The Entry Deadline is May opportunity to take an online
30; and Women's: Open, Over 29th. To register log on to: course now and gain experi-
30. The Format will be: 4v4 (8 pleasureislandsoccer.com/sand ence with e-learning,” NHCS
player roster max. per team). Blast home.htm. You will need Superintendent Dr. Tim
Entry Fee is $40 per player to print out a registration form Markley said.
Each team is guaranteed to and send in with a check. May All students participating in
play 3 (weather permitting). 4 also pay online with PayPal. NCVPS summer school will be
required to physically attend
BUDDIES from page 3B tell your friends and family! classes two days each week at
10th in St. Paul’s Fellowship Tell everyone you know! One New Hanover High School
Hall, 300 Harper Avenue. hundred percent of certificate which will serve as the host
Certificates go on sale proceeds go towards feeding school for the program.
February 21st. Each certificate hungry kids in our community. NCVPS is fully accredited and
entitles you to one 10”x13” For further details on how completely aligned with the
portrait, and the best part is you can participate, please con- North Carolina Standard
they are only $10.00 each! tact Team Coordinator Steve Course of Study and the new
Imagine that, $10.00 for a pro- Sullivan @ 910-297-6464, or Common Core/Essential
fessional portrait. They will do email at angelfoodst- Standards. NCVPS courses
several poses. Don’t forget to email@example.com. will be offered for rising 9th –
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FLASHBACK from page 6B 23:56, 2nd Place Susan Budd WILDLIFE from page 7B person onboard a recreational LEGION from page 1B more self-sufficient. The physi-
2nd Place Jacob Martin 31:31, 26:17, and 3rd Place Jana 2010. “Recreational boaters vessel, including canoes, kayaks, and hospitalized veterans. The cal and mental activity provides
and 3rd Place Lliam Fay 32:07; Sheally 30:39; Male 35-39: 1st must enroll in a National rowboats and other non-motor- program provides multiple ben- many therapeutic benefits as
Female 10-12: 1st Place Fasika Place Steve Prefontaine 19:06, Association of State Boating ized craft. Sailboards, racing efits to the veterans and to the well. Donations are used exclu-
Bestul 24:27, 2nd Place Lauren 2nd Place David McDonald Law Administrators-approved shells, rowing sculls, racing community. The hospitalized sively to assist and support vet-
Jaski 25:19, and 3rd Place 19:34, and 3rd Place Mark course and pass a standardized canoes and racing kayaks are veterans who make the flowers erans and their families. In
Murphy Credle 26:49; Male Austin 20:29; Female 40-44: test before taking the helm, or exempt from requirements. are able to earn a small wage, Flanders Fields By: Lieutenant
10-12: 1st Place John Autry 1st Place Antonette Prather otherwise be in compliance with “In an emergency, it can be which helps to supplement their Colonel John McCrae, MD
21:25, 2nd Place Landon 25:38, 2nd Place Kelly Fussell the law,” said Maj. Huebner. pretty difficult to locate and put incomes and makes them feel (1872-1918) Canadian Army:
Gershmel 23:48, and 3rd Place 26:38, and 3rd Place Terri S “The Wildlife Resources on a life vest,” said Maj.
Marshall Waren 23:46; Female Collins 29:27; Male 40-44: 1st Commission provides these Huebner. “Time is of the In Flanders Fields the poppies blow
13-16: 1st Place Ashlyn Place Stephen Marshall 21:07, courses free throughout the state. essence. Being prepared means Between the crosses row on row,
Marshall 28:25, 2nd Place 2nd Place Scott Miller 24:12, The U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, wearing a life vest.”
Alexandria Larson 33:06, and and 3rd Place Scott Fussell U.S. Power Squadron and other Inspect Your Vessel Before
That mark our place; and in the sky
3rd Place Bailey Graddon 24:51; Female 45-49: 1st Place organizations, including online Departure and File a Float Plan - The larks, still bravely singing, fly
33:27; Male 13-16: 1st Place Tracey Morette Glendenn providers, also offer approved “Preparation before launching is Scarce heard amid the guns below.
Haaken Jon Lysne 20:13, 2nd 26:23, 2nd Place Deana W courses that can include a fee.” essential,” said Maj. Huebner.
Place Joseph Harty 21:17, and Mode 27:32, and 3rd Place All vessel operators may be “Inspect your vessel for ‘ship- We are the Dead. Short days ago
3rd Place Sean Freidhof 26:07; Melissa Anne Fowler 31:28; asked by law enforcement offi- shape’ operation, make sure you We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow,
Female 17-24: 1st Place Male 45-49: 1st Place J.D. cers to present a certification have all of the required safety
Amanda Cline 25:03, 2nd Place Prather 21:47; Female 50-54: card or proof of compliance. To equipment and that it’s in good
Loved and were loved, and now we lie
Haley Jill Baldwin 27:22, and 1st Place Lisa C. James 28:07, check boating safety education condition, file a float plan and be In Flanders fields.
3rd Place Katie Michelle 2nd Place Darla Chiangi Munn course availability, go to alert once underway.”A float Take up our quarrel with the foe:
Zachary 27:35; Male 17-24: 1st 28:43, and 3rd Place Jane Perry www.ncwildlife.org or call (919) plan provides important informa-
Place Todd Collins 20:50, 2nd 28:56; Male 50-54: 1st Place 707-0031. Kids MUST Wear tion should a problem occur. To you from failing hands we throw
Place Jay Poole 22:05, and 3rd Kevin Beck 24:55, 2nd Place Life Vests, a Good Idea for Complete a form, available The torch; be yours to hold it high.
Place Matthew Lockamy Brian McMerty 26:13, and 3rd Everyone Else - Children online at www.ncwildlife.org,
23:28; Female 25-29: 1st Place Place Charles Keith Wood younger than 13 must wear an before going boating, and leave it
If ye break faith with us who die
Kristin Zeranski 26:05, 2nd 30:58; Female 55-59: 1st Place appropriate, U.S. Coast Guard with a reliable person who can be We shall not sleep, though poppies grow
Place Hope Haarer 26:30, and Frances White 39:20 and 2nd approved life vest whenever they depended upon to notify the U.S. In Flanders fields.
3rd Place Amy Selders 26:43; Place Mary Louise Balow are on a recreational vessel that is Coast Guard or other rescue
Male 25-29: 1st Place Drew 56:20; Male 55-59: 1st Place underway. The life vest must be a organization should you not
Coombes 18:41, 2nd Place Richard Poole 31:58, 2nd Place proper fit, with youth sizes corre- return as scheduled. (Do not file
Keith Dawson 19:04, and 3rd David Douglas McDonald sponding to weight ranges. float plans with the U.S.C.G.)
Place Phil Tantalo 19:10; 34:08, and 3rd Place Gary Both state and federal regula- For more information on
Female 30-34: 1st Place Sherry Mann 38:34; Male 60-64: 1st tions require that a Type I, II or boating safety, regulations and
Ross 24:37, 2nd Place Marsha Place Rose Seaman 41:02; III personal flotation device in title and registration, go to
Petty Obremski 25:55, and 3rd Female 60-64: 1st Place Eddie good condition and of appropri- www.ncwildlife.org/Boating_W
Place Miranda McLean 27:14; Buchanan 20:25, 2nd Place ate size be accessible for each aterways/index.htm.
Male 30-34: 1st Place Chris Tim Marcinak 24:39, and 3rd
Tennant 25:15, 2nd Place Place Louis Galli 27:11; Male
Michael F Stewart 25:45, and 65-69: 1st Place Russell May
3rd Place Jeff Kistler 28:56; 41:51; Female 70-99: 1st Place
Female 35-39: Julie Shaw Judy Kiernan 31:58.
TROUT from page 7B 1,000 Wildlife Service Agents
licenses, to fish in all designated located across the state.
public mountain trout waters, See the “2010-11 North
including delayed-harvest Carolina Fishing Regulations”
waters. Purchase licenses by: webpage for a list of delayed-
• Going online, harvest trout waters, regulation
www.ncwildlife.org/license, information and trout maps.
• Calling 1-888-2HUNT- For more information on
FISH (1-888-248-6834) or fishing in public, inland waters,
• Visiting one of more than visit ncwildlife.org/fishing.
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(Pictured Above): Coastwalk Real Estate U9 Boys.
(Pictured Above): Pleasure Island Rentals U12 Girls. (Pictured Above): Comfort Suites - Magnolia Greens U12 Girls.
(Pictured Above): Winchip Remodeling U12 Girls.
(Pictured Above): Harris Teeter U12 Boys.
(Pictured Above): Pleasure Island Insurance U12 Boys.
(Pictured Above): Childforms U12 Boys.
18B Isl and Gazette, June 1st, 2011
Woodwork for the Birds
Aquarium Displays Local Art
The NC Aquarium at Fort
Fisher is pleased to announce
the latest showcase in the
Spadefish Gallery. Andrea
Dingeldein, an Aquarium
employee, moved from the
Piedmont of North Carolina to
Wilmington six years ago to
attend University of North
While pursuing degrees in
Marine Biology and Studio Art,
she found a way to combine her
passions by creating paintings
inspired by marine organisms,
artifacts, and coastal land-
scapes. Andrea often paints Spring is here, the weather
landscapes on site, or “en plein is getting warmer, and our
air,” capturing the seasonal feathered friends are gradually
changes of salt marshes and the making their return to the
flora and fauna inhabiting coastal region. With so many
them. Though oil and acrylic birds ready to nest for the sea-
paints are her mediums of son, competition for space may
choice, she is also interested in be problematic.
photography. Surface and The NC Aquarium at Fort
Subtidal is a collection of Fisher is pleased to receive a
recent paintings inspired by donation of ten handmade bird-
imagery characteristic of the houses from the Wilmington
coast, and includes several Area Woodturners Association.
underwater photographs from a These customized birdhouses
recent trip to Bonaire. will soon be displayed proudly
Each piece is a study of nat- in the aquarium’s garden, and are among the types of birds
ural beauty, color, and are expected to house a variety expected to make their homes
See Local Art, page 19B of bird species. Chickadees, in the garden. The Wilmington
sparrows, wrens, and titmice See Woodwork, page 19B
TIME FOR TURTLES NC Aquariums Receive
ON THE TWO’S! Donation for Fossil Hunts Island Gazette’s Animal of the
Month for the North Carolina
Aquarium at Fort Fisher
It is time to celebrate tur- will gain a better understanding
tles…all year long! The NC about turtles, and see why these
Aquarium at Fort Fisher will be shelled animals are so loved at
promoting Partners in the Aquarium!
Amphibians and Reptiles The US has more turtle bio-
Conservation’s (PARC) 2011 diversity than any other coun-
Year of the Turtle by offering try on the planet, but turtle pop- After exploring the aquatic provides the material from its
special turtle programs the sec- ulation worldwide have environments of today at the phosphate mining operations.
ond day of every month start- declined up to 40%. Turtles North Carolina Aquariums, The geologic conditions that
ing on January 2, 2011. face threats including, habitat delve into the depths of ancient formed phosphate captured in ADVICE OF THE WEEK - It is a generally understood con-
Turtles on the Two’s will loss and degradation, mortality seas and search for prehistoric stone a cross-section of sea life cept that a nutritional diet is essential to a healthy body. But
focus on turtles, both freshwa- from roads and predators, exot- souvenirs. from the Miocene Epoch and what many people may not realize is that smart choices in the
ter and saltwater species. The ic invasive species and disease, Dig and sift through the earlier periods. Phosphate is food we eat may also be crucial to a healthy ecosystem. The
Aquarium’s feedings, live ani- and climate change. PARC, sandy soil in the Aquariums' used as a plant fertilizer, and NC Aquarium at Fort Fisher is committed to maintaining the
mal encounters, crafts and edu- which is an inclusive partner- outdoor Fossil Hunts for fos- also in making livestock feed, delicate balance of life within our oceans. On your next visit,
cator interactions will look at ship dedicated to the conserva- silized bones, teeth, shells, metal treatments and soft ask about the Local Catch pamphlets. These guides to smart
different aspects of turtle’s tion of reptiles and amphibians coral and other remains of crea- drinks and other food products. sea food decisions will help you choose your meals based on
lives and will be available believes that citizens, natural tures that lived up to 20 million Thanks to a generous dona- seasonal availability. This allows you to enjoy the freshest
throughout the day. Visitors See TURTLE, page 19B years ago. PotashCorp-Aurora See FOSSIL, page 19B catch with no negative impact on the aquatic environment.
Isl and Gazette, June 1st, 2011 19B
GUITAR from page 8B for the first class if needed. WOODWORK from page 18B schedule additional training STARS from page 9B voting, donations will be
styles of music. As students Class times are Wednesday Area Woodturners Association sessions. They welcome any- and former principals who will accepted. The dance contest
progress, they will also have mornings from 11:00 am until is a local organization devoted one who is interested regard- compete for the most votes. winners will be in the follow-
the opportunity to learn bass noon. Classes are $12.00 each. to promoting the art of wood- less of prior experience. For Lively performances are antici- ing categories: Popular Vote
guitar and keyboard basics. Students must pay at the begin- turning. The group meets the more information, please visit pated from Heather Byers of (most prior votes), Best in
Instruction will include a multi- ning of each class. There is a second Saturday of every www.wilmingtonareawood- Eaton Elementary School, Don Show (most event night votes),
level certificate program to one-time fee of $10.00, due at month with an opportunity to turnersassociation.org Cummings of Virgo Middle and Judges Choice. A silent
help students gage his/her the first class, for materials School, Budd Dingwall of auction will also take place
progress and set goals. (notebook, song sheets, etc). Codington Elementary School, along with a 50/50 raffle.
SCREENING from page 9B Information and Parental
Students will need to have For additional information, p.m.,6:00 p.m., and 6:45 p.m. James McAdams of Ashley Reservations are $35 each,
Permission forms completed
their own guitar so they can please contact Terry at 799- They will be held at: Hoggard, High School, Dave Spencer, $25 for EOP members, or a
and signed by a parent or
practice between lessons; how- 1999 or the Recreation Center Roland-Grise, Myrtle Grove, formerly of Hoggard High table of eight for $225. Price
guardian. The necessary forms
ever, Terry can provide a guitar at 458-2977. NHHS, Virgo/Holly Shelter, School, and their accomplished includes food, entertainment
are available at any middle or
Williston, Murray, Ashley, partners. Votes can be cast prior and dancing. To ensure ade-
high school, NHCS Central
Private Schools, Trask, Laney, to the event or the night of the quate seating, it is recommend-
FOSSIL from page 16B or membership, and visitors are Offices or on line at www.
tion from PotashCorp-Aurora Noble. competition. Voting ballots ed that reservations be made
welcome to keep their finds. nhcs.net/athletics. Students
to the North Carolina Rising ninth graders should and reservation forms can be before May 25th by visiting
NC Aquarium at Fort Fisher may also receive a free Tdap
Aquarium Society, all three list the high school that they found at schools and adminis- sites.google.com/site/nhcaeop-
is located just south of Kure vaccination during their exam if
North Carolina Aquariums -- at will attend in the fall. tration offices or online at dancingwiththestars.
Beach, near the mouth of the requested by a parent or
Pine Knoll Shores, at Fort Students do not need to https://sites.google.com/site/nh For more information, con-
Cape Fear River, on U.S. 421. guardian.For more information
Fisher and on Roanoke Island - arrive more than 15 minutes caeopdancingwiththestars/. tact Sheila Wilkes, NHCAEOP
The site is less than a mile from about the free athletic screening
- are upgrading these unique, early. They will be called in by Each vote costs $5, or in lieu of President, at (910) 254-4454.
the Fort Fisher ferry terminal. exams, contact NHCS Lead
hands-on exhibits. Hours: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm school in the order listed. Athletic Trainer Joshua Canipe
Specimens that might be daily (closed Thanksgiving, Prior to the exam, students at (910) 512-1095, or email UNCW from page 4B and struck out three of the nine
found in the Fossil Hunts Christmas, and New Year’s must have their Medical firstname.lastname@example.org. second and a walk by Tom batters he faced.
include shark teeth, bat ray days). Admission: $8 ages 13- History, Emergency Timoney (2-2) to Hartman Junior righty Tyler
mouth plates, sea urchin spines, 61; $7 ages 62 and up; $6 ages loaded the bases for McSwain took the loss for
fish vertebrae, corals, scallops, 3-12. Free admission for: chil- Hernandez. UNCW. He surrendered nine
DANCE from page 2B a Latin- inspired dance fitness
oyster drills, clam shells and dren under 2; registered groups ODU starter Phil McCarthy runs - seven earned - on 11 hits,
the month of May. Couples and class. The cost per person is $5
porpoise teeth. New material is of N.C. school children, and (9-4) picked up the win, going walking one and fanning three.
singles are welcome. Classes per class or a discounted cost of
added periodically to keep the NC Aquarium Society mem- eight innings and striking out Sophomore outfielder
are geared for adults and the $15 per month. Registration for
hunts interesting. The Fossil bers. General information: eight and allowing three runs. Michael Bass and junior third
cost per person is just $5 per these classes begins at 12:30
Hunts are free with admission ncaquariums.com/fort-fisher. Adam Wisniewski nailed down baseman Matt Campbell had
class or a discounted cost of pm at the KB Annual Street
his conference-leading 15th two hits apiece for the
$35 per month. Sally was Festival on April 30 and, there-
FRUIT from page 9B Nutrition and Consumer save. Timoney was the hard- Seahawks, who blanked Old
trained at Arthur Murray Dance after, you can register at Kure
The Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Services Kevin Concannon said, luck loser, allowing one run, Dominion, 7-0, in Thursday's
Studio and has been teaching Beach Town Hall located at 117
Program (FFVP) is an important “The program is highly success- unearned, on a hit and a walk in second game. Trailing 6-3 in
Ballroom Dancing for 10 years. Settlers Lane in Kure Beach.
component of First Lady ful in introducing school chil- three innings. He fanned four. the day's second game, JMU
Sally will also be teaching All classes will be held at the
Michelle Obama’s “Let’s dren to a variety of produce they With ODU holding a 2-1 pushed across three runs in the
Low-impact ZUMBA classes at Kure Beach Community Center
Move!” initiative to solve child- otherwise might not have the lead in the fifth, UNCW rallied fourth and fifth innings and
the KB Community Center on located at 118 N. 3rd Avenue in
hood obesity within a genera- opportunity to try.” Under the to take a 3-2 lead on RBI sin- then pulled away with a four-
Mondays from 5:30-6:30 pm, Kure Beach, behind Big
tion. Through North Carolina grant guidelines, New Hanover gles by Hunter Ridge and run outburst in the eighth
beginning May 9th ZUMBA is Daddy's Restaurant.
state allocations of nearly four County Schools will continue its Thomas Pope. inning to become the first No. 1
million dollars, these schools commitment to offer nutritious ODU answered in the sixth, seed to reach the championship
VETERANS from page 2B Garden though, on Baker's two-out game since 2003.
will have additional resources to meals and snack alternatives to
will have two pools of still “Being America’s first mili- solo homer that tied the game. • 5/26 - Cropper Tosses
improve the health and nutrition its students. For more informa-
water. tary sanctuary community, Matt Campbell and Ridge each Shutout In Opening Win –
of the foods they serve through- tion on the FFVP, call Imer
Other features: Fayetteville is a perfect location had two hits for UNCW, who Daniel Cropper tossed his third
out the school day. USDA Smith of NHCS Child Nutrition
• Soil from each of North for this special tribute to North stranded 11 runners on base. complete game and his first
Under Secretary for Food, Services, at (910) 254-4212.
Carolinas 100 counties is being Carolina veterans,”“ says John Brent Frazier and Sizemore shutout of the season as
incorporated into all aspects of Meroski, Fayetteville Area each added two hits for the UNCW blanked Old
Water Color from page 2B Center. Signups and material the park Convention & Visitors Bureau Monarchs. UNCW dropped a Dominion, 7-0, on Thursday in
2:30pm May 25th for each list can be received by calling • The Visitors center, a multi- president andv CEO. “North 13-7 decision to James the second game of the
Wednesday for four weeks. the Kure Beach Town Hall at colored glass will replicate all Carolina Veterans Park will be a Madison earlier in the day to Colonial Athletic Association
The classes will be held at (910)458-8216. of the military service ribbons. great addition to our tourism fall into the loser's bracket. baseball tournament at Brooks
the Kure Beach Community • Seven water features are portfolio.” North Carolina ODU advances to its first Field. The Seahawks (31-26)
planned, including a bubbling Veterans Park opens July 4, CAA championship game since will face off against regular
fountain in the Community 2011. The park is located the 1999 season. season champion James
MOVIE from page 2B with the highly acclaimed
films as well as films that have Plaza, three water walls in the behind the Airborne & Special • 5/27 (1st Game) – Madison on Saturday at 3:30
remake of The Karate Kid with
yet to be released to the public. Service Plaza and two pools of Operations Museum at 100 Seahawks Fall To Dukes - p.m. The Monarchs (28-25),
Jaden Smith and Jackie Chan.
This year’s line up includes: still water in the Reflection Bragg Blvd. Second-seeded James Madison meanwhile, take on Georgia
In addition, we have selected a
June 5 - Nanny McPhee number of award-wining ani- banged out 16 hits to wipe out State in an elimination game at
Returns, June 12 - MegaMind, mated movies for the entire LOCAL ART from page 16B second floor of the Marine an early 6-3 deficit and roll to a noon. Cropper (8-3) scattered
June 19 - Legend of the family’s delight. Each week, the structure, with subjects ranging building, near the auditorium. 13-7 victory over No. 3 UNCW four hits and a walk in going
Guardians, June 26 - Despicable Chamber of Commerce will from live oaks and tidal creeks NC Aquarium at Fort Fisher in a winner's bracket game of the distance for UNCW. For the
Me, July 3 - How To Train Your also be hosting a food drive ben- to squid and horseshoe crabs. is located just south of Kure the CAA Baseball righthander, it was his second
Dragon, July - Justin efiting a local charity. Works are for sale and can Beach, near the mouth of the Championship Friday at straight complete, shutout
Bieber – Never Say Never, July This is your chance to help be purchased by contacting the Cape Fear River, on US 421. Brooks Field. effort in the CAA tournament
17 - Shrek-The Final Chapter, someone in need simply by artist directly at polaroidsare- The site is less than a mile from The Dukes, ranked 30th after shutting out VCU in 2010.
July 24 - The Green Hornet, bringing a non-perishable food email@example.com. the Fort Fisher ferry terminal. nationally, improved to 39-17 Cropper retired the first eight
July 31 - Chronicles Of Narnia: item for donation. These films The Spadefish Gallery at the Hours: 9:00 am to 5:00 pm overall and stands as the lone hitters he faced and later retired
Voyage, Of The Dawn Traveler, are free and open to the public. NC Aquarium at Fort Fisher daily (closed Thanksgiving, unbeaten unit in the four-team 10 straight from the third to the
August 7 - Gnomeo & Juliet, Popcorn, candy, soft drinks, cot- showcases local artists Christmas, and New Year’s tournament with the convinc- seventh inning. He finished
August 14 - Toy Story 3, August ton candy and other popular throughout the year. Artwork Day). Admission: $8 adults ing win. JMU advanced to the with four strikeouts and
21 – Tangled, August 28 – concessions are available at rea- that coincides with the ages 13-62; $7 seniors; $6 ages CAA championship game on induced 18 fly ball outs. The
Secretariat, September 4 – sonable prices. Aquarium’s mission of 3-12. Free admission for: chil- Saturday against the winner of Seahawks plated a run in the
Rango. The Chamber of This is a true summer time “Inspiring Appreciation and dren under 2; registered groups Friday night's late pairing first inning off losing pitcher
Commerce kicks off the season treat for adults and kids alike. Conservation of North of N.C. school children, and between top-seeded Old Kyle Hald (8-3) on a sacrifice
Carolina’s Aquatic NC Aquarium Society mem- Dominion and the Seahawks. fly by Andrew Cain that scored
Environment” is located on the bers. General information. UNCW, now 31-27, battles Matt Campbell, who doubled
BEACH from page 1B Festival are $15 in advance and
ODU at 7:15 p.m. and the win- two batters earlier. Campbell
The Band of OZ, and 3:00 – $20 at the gate and can be pur-
ner must knock off the Dukes (3-for-4) finished as triple short
4:30 The Fabulous Shakers. chased at the Chamber (cash TURTLE from page 16B In an effort to raise awareness twice on Saturday to claim the of hitting for the cycle.
This annual, fun filled event is only). Advance tickets are also resource managers, scientists, about turtles and their impor- title. CAA Player-of-the-Year Campbell, who tied his sea-
one of the longest running available through ETIX on line and the pet and food and relat- tance in the world PARC and Jake Lowery went 4-for-5 and son-high with four runs scored,
Beach Music festivals in the (credit only). Cornhole ed industries can work together organizations, such as the scored three runs and second- added to the lead with his sixth
United States. In addition to Tournament begins at 8:00 am. to address issues and to help Aquarium, will be promoting teamer Johnny Bladel went 4- homer of the season in the third
the Festival and in honor of this Join our Facebook page ensure long-term survival of the Year of the Turtle all year for-5 and scored four times to inning. UNCW would put the
being our 26th year, the (www.facebook.com/carolin- turtle species and populations. long! pace the Dukes. Senior short- game out of reach with a run in
Chamber of Commerce along abeachmusicfestival) for more
stop David Herbek added a pair the fourth and three more in the
with the SeaWitch Café & Tiki details to come. Water and soft
WEB SITE from page 2B chase. There is also a new ver- of hits and five runs batted in fifth. Hunter Ridge’s two-run
Bar (Party Central) will be drinks will be on sale. Be sure
still under construction, but all sion of our cataloging software for JMU. Senior lefthander homer keyed the fifth inning
hosting: Friday, 6/3 - THE to bring your own chairs, and
of the basic information is up. that may make it possible to James Weiner picked up the for UNCW. Hald, the Co-
CAROLINA BREAKERS coolers are welcome.
We are still working on adding link our web page to our hold- win in relief for JMU after Pitcher-of-the-Year, allowed
Free, Saturday, 6/4 Shag Dance Please no glass, no pets, no
pictures and graphics and ings catalog, which will even- working two innings and six runs, four earned, on five
Contest ($4300 in Cash prizes) refunds. Come have a great
researching PayPal to see if we tually list all of our books, pho- allowing just one run on three hits and four walks. He finished
$15 Tickets, and Sunday, 6/5 afternoon of fun in the sun, but
can get the gift shop merchan- tos, and subject files as well as hits. He did not walk a batter with six strikeouts.
SOUL BEAM Free.Tickets to remember to drink responsibly
dise available for online pur- maps and even program videos.
the 26th Annual Beach Music and to drive safely.
PARKS & REC from page 7B the tournament or tournament
receive a free tournament t- rules please call the Recreation
shirt and be given bait while it Center at 458-2977. You can
last. So bring the family out for also download all tournament
a day filled with fun in the sun! details on the Parks and
If you have any questions about Recreation website.
20B Isl and Gazette, June 1st, 2011