Selected Community Events
Duck Woods Country Club Elects New Directors and Officers
May 16, 2013 n/a
Duck Woods Country Club Elects
New Directors and Officers
John G. Waldmann, previously director of Manufacturing and Research and Development with The Procter & Gamble Co., has been named president of the newly elected 13-member Board of Duck Woods Country Club.
Others Officers include: Robert N. Pokelwaldt, retired chairman and CEO of York International Corp. - vice-president; Daliane Lewis, real estate - secretary; and Stephen B. Archbell, owner of Bear Drugs - treasurer.
Rounding out the new board are: Peter Collins, retired engineering firm executive and Naval Reserve Captain; Janet Colegrove, previously a high school chemistry teacher and administrator in Fairfax County Public Schools; Daniel P. Dwyer, M.D.; Andy Keeney, currently a partner with the law firm of Kaufman & Canoles where he specializes in credit unions; Donald P. Kingston, formerly in senior management with Xerox Corporation and the information technology systems development and staffing industry and current mayor of the Town of Duck; Larry R. Showalter, formerly involved in the financial office of the Central Intelligence Agency with major focus in budgeting and financial operations and a member of the CIA’s Senior Intelligence Service cadre; Taylor Sugg, regional president at TowneBank, responsible for North Carolina operations; Charles M. (Chuck) Toney, former leadership roles in operations, sales and marketing with the General Electric Company; and John H. Tucker, formerly headmaster of Norfolk Academy and an active community leader.
“Duck Woods is very fortunate to have such an extremely talented and dedicated group of Board members leading its operations,” said Mr. Waldmann. “With our full service recreational, social, and dining facilities, Duck Woods is uniquely qualified to offer families on the Outer Banks the opportunity to enjoy their time in many ways, meet new people and start life-long friendships."
Duck Woods Country Club is the only full service - semi-private country club on the Outer Banks. Duck Woods boasts a CMAA, CCM qualified General Manager/COO as well as a PGA Head Golf Professional and a USPTA Director of Tennis. The meticulously manicured 18-hole golf course, designed by Ellis Maples, opened for play June 8, 1969. It has been rated one of the Best Places to Play by Golf Digest Magazine and named an "official PGA Family Golf Course" by the PGA of America and U.S. Kids Golf. For more information about the club or membership, (full - golf, tennis, clubhouse, dining, fitness, pool, corporate – golf, tennis, clubhouse, dining, fitness, pool for business, and social - clubhouse, dining, fitness, pool), contact Patrick O’Keefe, general manager, at 261-2744 or e-mail him at email@example.com.
Duck Woods Country Club Elects New Directors and Officers … Recently elected to the 2013-14 Duck Woods Country Club board are: (back row l to r) Stephen Archbell, treasurer, John Waldmann, president, Peter Collins, John Tucker, Dan Dwyer, and Donald Kingston. On the front row (l to r) are: Dee Lewis, secretary, Andy Keeney, Janet Colegrove, Taylor Sugg, Robert Pokelwaldt, vice-president, and Charles Toney. Not photographed is Larry Showalter.
Field Day with PARC
Jun 22, 2013 n/a
Camp Hannah Bonner
Pamlico Amateur Radio Club will be participating in a nationwide contest commonly referred to as Field Day. There isn’t a track to run on, or a shot put to toss or a high jump to make… ARRL Field Day is the single most popular on-the-air event held annually in the US and Canada with more than 35,000 radio amateurs participating.
It is a race to make the most contacts via high frequency radio in a twenty-four hour period. This annual exercise gives amateur radio operators the chance to prepare for emergency conditions. It gives them extra points for operating with emergency power. By setting up antennas and radios in “field” conditions they are preparing for a time when those skills and equipment will serve the communication needs of all of us.
Come celebrate Field Day… Camp Hannah Bonner on June 22-23, stop in and have some refreshments, work the radios and make some contacts across the nation and with Pamlico Amateur Radio Club.
Cheryl McGuire (252) 945-8220 firstname.lastname@example.org
Girl Power! The 5th Annual Women's Expo
Sep 18, 2010 See Summary of Event
American Legion Bldg,
Lots of Women Plan to Spend the Day with Their Girlfriends at the 5th Annual Women's Expo at the American Legion Bldg, Saturday, September 18, 2010
Plan a day with all your best gals at the Crist Clinic Jacksonville Women’s Expo, coming to the American Legion Bldg / Fairgrounds, September 18, 2010. The Jacksonville Women's Expo offers something for every woman.
Attendees can visit exhibits and see the latest trends in hair and fashion, educational and interactive experience, product and food samples, entertainment, demonstrations, on-site services, health screenings, women’s community organizations, networking, door prizes, and fabulous marketing potential all while helping to benefit the Onslow Women’s Center.
In addition to the fabulous and unique shopping opportunities, attendees will also be able to enter one of our many raffles. Fabulous prizes will be handed out every 15 minutes.
New this year, The Mega Purse and Chic Shoe Sale Fundraiser! Purchase high quality gently used purses and shoes, pricing starts as little as .50 cents! All proceeds benefit Onslow County Literacy programs and Onslow Women’s Center.
The event, which is a partnership between The Daily News and the Onslow Women‘s Center, will take place from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday the 18th at the American Legion building on Broadhurst street. Part of the proceeds from this event benefit the Onslow Women’s Center which is the only sexual assault center covering Onslow County.
There's still time for vendors who wish to exhibit. For applications and information, please contact ENC Marketing at (252) 635-5658.
This is an extraordinary event is not to be missed. Show hours run: 10am to 4pm Admission is $2.00 for adults and children under 12 are free. For more information, call Terri Cone 910-219-8403
. For more information, call Terri Cone 910-219-8403