Society Notes – November, 2017

By Darlene Bright, History Center Director

Located adjacent to Carolina Beach Municipal Complex

  • Thanks to Leslie Bright, Jay Winner and Rick Both for putting up railings at the front steps of the History Center
  • Thanks to Juanita Winner and Linda Ogden for providing refreshments at the October meeting.
  • The History Center recorded 46 visitors in October. We had 29 in attendance at the October meeting.
  • 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 members Jannette Klass and Linda Kuharcik both of Carolina Beach.

 

Society Notes – October, 2017

By Darlene Bright, History Center Director

  • Thanks to Cheri McNeill and Rebecca Taylor for providing refreshments at the October meeting.
  • Thanks to the people who worked the Island Day booth. Leslie Bright, Darlene Bright, Cheri McNeill, Judy Moore and Byron Moore.
  • The History Center recorded 69 visitors in October. We had 46 in attendance at the October meeting.
  • 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 members Barbara Smith of Carolina Beach and Charles and Tammy Moye of Wilmington.

 

Society Notes – Sept, 2017

By Darlene Bright, History Center Director

Thanks to Steven Arthur and James Kohler for providing refreshments at the July meeting.

Thanks to the Newton Cemetery Clean-up Crew that included Leslie Bright, Jakob Price, Jay Winner and Mike Coleman.

The History Center recorded 74 visitors in July. We had 35 in attendance at the August meeting.

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 Walk of Fame committee.

Welcome to new members Bonnie Seashore of Carolina Beach, Kitty Hollerith of Wilmington, Alexa Blair of Round Rock, Texas and Kenneth Badoian of Wilmington.

Also thanks to Jerry Kennedy who  renewed as a  LIFETIME member!

 

Society Notes – August, 2017

2017 Elected Officers and Board of Directors
(Election was held at the July meeting)

President: Elaine Henson
Vice President: Juanita Winner
Secretary: Nancy Gadzuk
Treasurer: Jim Kohler

2017 Elected Board of Directors:
Jim Dugan
John Moseley
Jay Winner
Brenda Coffey

Officers & Full Board of Directors


The Society owes a big thanks to Gil Burnett (right) for leading a group of us on a tour of the Boardwalk, pointing out where many of the iconic businesses of yesteryear were located. Now I finally know where his snowball stand was.  We hope to do weekly tours next summer, and this was great training for those who will be doing them, in 2018.


Society Notes

By Darlene Bright, History Center Director

Thanks to Cheri McNeill, Darlene Bright, Leslie Bright, Jim Kohler, Jean Stewart, and Paul Slebodnik for working at our table on the Boardwalk on Tuesday evenings. Tuesday didn’t turn out to be a great night and we hope to try a different evening next year.

Thanks to Helen James, Eileen Shober and Linda Ogden for providing refreshments at the July meeting.

The History Center recorded 97 visitors in July. We had 42 in attendance at the July meeting.

The History Center was used for a meeting held by the Got-Em-On Live Bait Fishing Club.

Welcome to new business members Michael and Amy Purvis of Kure Beach and Jeff and Leslie Cohen of Wilmington.

 

Society Notes – July, 2017

By Darlene Bright, History Center Director

  • The History Center recorded 68 visitors in June. We had 25 in attendance at the June Potluck.
  •  The History Center was used for a meeting held by the Got-Em-On Live Bait Fishing Club.
  • Welcome to new business members Benson and Terry Hall of Richmond, Virginia. Also, Byron and Ramona Hovey of Carolina Beach.

June Meeting – Covered Dish Dinner 6:30pm

Monday, June 19, 2017

6:30 PM (one hour early)

The Federal Point Historic Preservation Society will hold its monthly meeting on Monday, June 19, 6:30 p.m. at the Federal Point History Center, 1121-A North Lake Park Blvd., adjacent to Carolina Beach Town Hall.  Please Note: We will begin at 6:30 (one hour earlier than usual).

In lieu of our usual program, we will enjoy our annual covered dish dinner. Please bring a favorite dish to share with the group.

If the weather behaves you might also want to bring a lawn chair.  This is always a wonderful time to visit with old friends, but also a great time to introduce new people. PLEASE bring a friend or neighbor who might be interested in joining.

 

Society Notes – June, 2017

CB Gazebo - Future FP History Center

CB Town Hall Gazebo – Future Federal Point History Center

By Darlene Bright, History Center Director

♦  Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends of Ken Withrow who passed away recently. He was a long time member of the Society and will be missed.

♦  The History Center recorded 74 visitors in May. We had 25 in attendance at the May Meeting.

♦  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 members Robert and Helen James of Carolina Beach and Builder’s Glass and Hardware of Wilmington as a business member.

 

Society Notes – May 2017

By Darlene Bright, History Center Director

  • The History Center recorded 85 visitors in April. We had 55 in attendance at the April Meeting. The gift shop took in $92.80.
  • 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 members Eddie Capel of Carolina Beach, and Julie Memory of Carolina Beach.

 

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!