Society Notes

By Darlene Bright, History Center Director

  • The History Center recorded 78 visitors in March. We had 25 in attendance at the March Meeting. The gift shop took in $320.69
  • The History Center was used for meetings held by the Got-Em-On Live Bait Fishing Club, and the United Daughters of the Confederacy
  • Welcome to new member Kim Weir of Lewisville, NC.

Society Notes

By Darlene Bright, History Center Director

  • The History Center recorded 65 visitors in January. We had 40 in attendance at the February Meeting. The gift shop took in $158.44
  • The History Center was used for meetings held by the Got-Em-On Live Bait Fishing Club, the United Daughters of the Confederacy, and the Ryder Lewis Civil War Park Committee this month.
  • Our sympathies go out to the family and friends of long time Society member Dee Jenzano.
  • Elaine Porter has donated $25.00 in memory of Ron Griffin and challenges other members to donate in his name as well.

 

Gift Shop – New T-shirts!

$16.00

We’ve just received a new shipment of T-Shirts.  We’ve got plenty of every size and color so please stop by and take a look!

 


 

 

 

 

Society Notes – February, 2017

By Darlene Bright, History Center Director

Fort Fisher 152nd Reenactment – Fundraiser!

We had a great year at the Reenactment this year.  Sold 480 hotdogs along with tons of sodas, chips, and homemade cookies!

A huge THANKS goes out to everyone who donated time and energy to making this a very successful fundraiser.

 

At the Fort (ALL DAY!)                                           Baked Cookies

Darlene and Leslie Bright                   Juanita Winner                       Doris Bame
Demetria and Phil Sapienza               Jane Dugan                             Jean Stewart
Cheri McNeill                                        Kitty Slebodnik                       Elaine Henson
Jim Dugan                                             Nancy Gadzuk                         Ann Green
Jim Kohler                                             Demetria Sapienza                 Cheri McNeill
Paul Slebodnik                                      Darlene Bright                        Rebecca Taylor
Rodney Jones                                        Sylvia Snook

  • The History Center recorded 51 visitors in January. We had 49 in attendance at the January Meeting. The gift shop took in $141.00.
  • The History Center was used for meetings held by the Got-Em-On Live Bait Fishing Club, the United Daughters of the Confederacy, The Carolina Beach Walk of Fame Committee and the Lewis Civil War Park Committee this month.
  • New Members: Linda Ogden of Carolina Beach, George Eckenrode and Candace Kelley of Wilmington, Don Hatch of Spring Grove, IL, and Frances and Daniel Parham of Wilmington.
  • Our sympathies go out to Nancy McGwier and her family at the loss of her son, Cam Miller.

Society Notes – January, 2017

By Darlene Bright, History Center Director

  • The History Center recorded 91 visitors in December. We had 32 in attendance at the December Party. The gift shop took in $73.94.
  • A big thanks to John Golden and Jay and Deborah Hockenbury for their inspiring entertainment at the Christmas Party.
  • The History Center was used for meetings held by the Got-Em-On Live Bait Fishing Club, and the United Daughters of the Confederacy this month.

 

Society Notes – December, 2016

gift-shopShop the History Center Gift Shop for Christmas!

Books Make GREAT Gifts. Easy to Wrap, Easy to Mail


cookbook

Don’t forget the Cookbook!    $25.00

 

By Darlene Bright, History Center Director

  • Welcome to new members Maureen Janus of Raleigh and Travis Gilbert of Wilmington.
  • The History Center recorded visitors in November. We had 29 in attendance at the November Meeting. The gift shop took in $75.50.
  • The History Center was used for meetings held by the Got-Em-On Live Bait Fishing Club, the UDC, and the Girl Scout Alumnae this month.
  • Thanks to Pat Bolander and Cheri McNeill who brought the wonderful refreshments at the November meeting.

Society Notes – November, 2016

By Darlene Bright, History Center Director

  • Welcome to new members Ken and Nancy Purdy of Wilmington and Bene and Van Deacon of Cleveland, Tennessee.
  • The History Center recorded 62 visitors in October. We had 30 in attendance at the October Meeting. The gift shop took in $476.79.
  • The History Center was used by Got-Em-On Live Bait Fishing Club and the UDC this month.
  • Thanks to our active volunteers this month; Darlene Bright and Demetria Sapineza. Thanks, also, to Tony Phillips and James Kohler for manning our booth at the Primrose Marketplace. Tony Phillips and Juanita Winner brought the wonderful refreshments at the October meeting.

Society Notes – October, 2016

By Darlene Bright, History Center Director

In Memorium

In September we lost two long time members of the Society.  Our thoughts go out to the the families of past president, Ron Griffin, and to Richard, and the family of Nancy Graham.

  • Welcome to new members Ally Ferreira of Royal Oak, Michigan and Charles Yeager and Bonita McDaniel of Beaver, Pennsylvania. And, last month, I forgot Sandra Shugart’s husband, Wayne, of Winston-Salem.
  • The History Center recorded 167 visitors in August. That is even higher than last month, and now the highest month in our records. We had 34 in attendance at the August Meeting. The gift shop took in $396.50.
  • The History Center was used by Got-Em-On Live Bait Fishing Club and the UDC this month.
  • Thanks to our active volunteers this month; Darlene Bright, Andre Blouin, Tony Phillips, and Lois Taylor for helping Rebecca with the August newsletter. Thanks to Demetria Sapienza for the refreshments at the September meeting.Thanks to all the Island Day volunteers; Leslie and Darlene Bright, Cheri McNeill, James Kohler, and Cindy Clark.old-photo-maker

 

We need “old” photos!

We’re working on enlarging our photo collection.

Do you have photos that document “the way things were?”

We would love to scan and archive a copy.  Lend them to us for a few weeks and we’ll scan them, and give them back to you, and share a digital copy with you, if you want one.  We need pictures of buildings, people and events that have taken place in Federal Point from the 1920s to the 1970s.

 

 

Society Notes – Sept, 2016

By Darlene Bright, History Center Director

DONATION! Thanks to Jane Albers for the donation of framed images of Hurricanes Bertha, Fran, Bonnie, Dennis, Floyd and Irene. They are a great addition to the Burnett Cottage Hurricane Hazel pictures.

Welcome to new members Gerry Clonaris of Charlotte, Debra and Garth Bowling of LaPlata, MD, Sandra Shugart of Winston-Salem, Joan Dunn of Wilmington, and Barbara and Michael McQuery of Carolina Beach. WOW!

The History Center recorded 167 visitors in August. That is even higher than last month, and now the highest month in our records. We had 34 in attendance at the August Meeting. The gift shop took in $396.50.

The History Center was used by Got-Em-On Live Bait Fishing Club.

Thanks to our active volunteers this month; Darlene Bright, Andre Blouin, Tony Phillips, and Jim Kohler for helping Cheri with the August newsletter. Thanks to Steve Arthur and Mary Ann Targonski for the refreshments at the August meeting.


We need “old” photos! — We’re working on enlarging our photo collection.

Do you have photos that document “the way things were?”

We would love to scan and archive a copy.  Lend them to us for a few weeks and we’ll scan them, and give them back to you, and share a digital copy with you if you want one.

We need pictures of buildings, people and events that have taken place in Federal Point from the 1920s to the 1970s.


Officers:           2016-2017
President:           Elaine Henson
Vice-President: Tony Phillips
Treasurer:         Demetria Sapienza
Secretary:          Nancy Gadzuk

Board of Directors: 2015-2017
Skippy Winner
Jim Dugan
Chris Fonvielle
John Moseley

Board of Directors: 2016-2018
Andre Blouin
Barry Nelder
Jean Stewart
Byron Moore
Cheri McNeill

Society Notes

By Darlene Bright, History Center Director

  • Thanks to Griff Fountain for renewing as a lifetime member! Welcome to new member Jerry Kennedy of Carolina Beach.
  • The History Center recorded 159 visitors in July. That is the most visitors we’ve recorded in the past 10 years. We had 50 in attendance at the July Meeting. The gift shop took in $390.99.
  • The History Center was used by Got-Em-On Live Bait Fishing Club
  • Thanks to our active volunteers this month; Darlene Bright, Andre Blouin, Tony Phillips, and Jim Kohler for bringing refreshments and helping Cheri with the July Newsletter.

We need “old” photos! — We’re working on enlarging our photo collection.

Do you have photos that document “the way things were?”

We would love to scan and archive a copy.  Lend them to us for a few weeks and we’ll scan them, and give them back to you, and share a digital copy with you if you want one.

We need pictures of buildings, people and events that have taken place in Federal Point from the 1920s to the 1970s.


Officers           2016-2017

President: Elaine Henson

Vice-President: Tony Phillips

Treasurer; Demetria Sapienza

Secretary: Nancy Gadzuk

Board of Directors: 2015-2017

Skippy Winner

Jim Dugan

Chris Fonvielle

John Moseley

Board of Directors: 2016-2018

Andre Blouin

Barry Nelder

Jean Stewart

Byron Moore

Cheri McNeill

Society Notes

By Darlene Bright, History Center Director

  • The History Center recorded 83 visitors in June. We had 18 in attendance at the June Potluck. The History Center was used by Got-Em-On Live Bait Fishing Club and the United Daughters of the Confederacy for their monthly meetings.
  • New Members! Welcome to Jo Dheilly of Wilmington, Joan and Ted Podkul of Carolina Beach, Paulette Playce of Carolina Beach, and Barry and Ann Brown of Carolina Beach. Also, Beach Photographs by John Gregory is back on our list of supporting businesses.
  • Group Programs: Rebecca talked to 13 UNCW graduate education students who are studying how to incorporate local history and the environment in their classrooms.
  • Thanks to our active volunteers this month; Darlene Bright, Leslie Bright, Andre Blouin, Tony Phillips, Nancy Gadzuk. Thanks also to Lois Taylor for filling in at the History Center when Rebecca needed to be at a meeting in Raleigh.  

 

New Boardwalk #2

We need you to Volunteer!

We are currently planning an outreach program that will put our members on the Boardwalk one or two nights a week in June, July and August.

 

 

 

 

 

 

New Board Walk #1

We hope to display some of our great pictures, pass out our brochure, and answer questions about Federal Point.

If you could take a night or two please let Rebecca know: 910-458-0502