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Red Cross asks blood donors to donate now

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Two weeks into the new year, the American Red Cross faces a severe shortage of several blood types. Locally, supplies of type O negative, B negative and A negative blood are at less than a day’s supply despite repeated calls to donors to give blood over the past month. Full story...
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Opportunity for educators

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As a part of the Cameron Art Museum's annual Civil War Living History Weekend, we are offering a limited number of spots for fourth and eighth grade classes to participate in a special Living History Experience at the Museum. Full story...
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New Children’s Art Class: “KID”CADEMY

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In 2008, Cameron Art Museum will offer after school art classes called "KID"CADEMY! Students will learn about the current exhibitions, art history and then participate in art projects based upon those lessons. "KID"CADEMY is open to children age 8 to 12 on Thursdays from 3:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. The class schedule is as follows: Full story...
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25 Things To Do In North Carolina After the Big Meal

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Turkey, cranberries, sweet potatoes, stuffin’ and pumpkin pie make a robust holiday feast. But what to do after the dishes are washed? Football is an option, but if you’re craving something for the entire family, the “chefs” at the North Carolina Division of Tourism, Film and Sports Development have cooked up our top list of fun festivals, events, theatre, parades and more. Full story...
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Junior League of Wilmington Holiday Market this weekend

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FRI 11/9 Preview Party 6:30 to 10:30 SAT 11/10 shopping 9:00 am to 5:00 pm SUN 11/11 shopping 12:00 to 5:00 pm Full story...
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Wrightsboro United Methodist Church to host gospel CD debut

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Wrightsboro United Methodist Church will host the gospel CD debut for ANGIE PAYNE 6pm Sunday, November 11th, 3300 N. KERR AVENUE, WILMINGTON. Free Admission. For details, 762-2583; www.angiepaynemusic.com Full story...
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Cape Fear Fair & Expo just days away

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Crews began setting up Tuesday morning to get the fairgrounds ready for the hundreds of attractions, and thousands of visitors expected to attend. Full story...
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Festival-goers enjoying Oktoberfest

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Many festival-goers came out to the sixth annual Oktoberfest celebration for very specific reasons. Full story...
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N.C. Holiday Flotilla coming up

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The North Carolina Holiday Flotilla has entertained visitors in the waters around Wrightsville Beach for nearly 25 years. The event is a little over a month away and now is the time to sign up to be a part of it. Full story...
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Hundreds attend Pink Ribbon Luncheon

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Hundreds of people showed up Thursday to show their support for breast cancer awareness at the tenth annual Pink Ribbon Luncheon. Full story...
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Help raise money for Alzheimer's

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Saturday you can help raise money and awareness for Alzheimer's disease in a special "Day to Remember." Full story...
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14th Annual N.C. Pecan Harvest Festival

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Have lunch with a queen and enjoy some of Whiteville’s most beautiful homes during the 2007 Pecan Harvest Festival’s Queen’s luncheon and Tour of Homes Friday, November 2nd at 11:30. The Baldwin-White house, on the corner of Jefferson & Franklin Street, will host the luncheon followed by the homes tour. Full story...
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Riverfest is this weekend

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If you're looking for some good food, a lot of fun and live entertainment downtown Wilmington is the place to be this weekend. Full story...
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Big Sweep waterway cleanup needs volunteers

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Join hundreds of volunteers throughout New Hanover County on Saturday, Sept. 29 for Big Sweep, an annual cleanup of our waterways. The event will be held at 9 a.m. at Johnnie Mercer's Pier at Wrightsville Beach and the boathouse at Greenfield Lake. Full story...
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Airlie Gardens to host a fall kayak 'eco-tour'

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Airlie Gardens' Environmental Education Program hosts a fall kayak 'eco-tour' Sunday, September 30th, from 10am-12pm. The tour themed "A Creek Comes Alive", will guide novice or seasoned paddlers through Bradley Creek and focuses on the flora, fauna, and ecosystem of Bradley Creek along with discussions concerning coastal environmental issues. Full story...
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