>Fishing Report from Captain Gary

>I did run trips over this past weekend and did well. We caught stripers and white perch jig fishing on the Trent River. The water was cold with temps 41 to 44 but the clarity was good. Two trips landed a number of quality striped bass and a handful of jumbo white perch. Maybe spring […]
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>Coastal Women’s Forum Luncheon (CWF)

>Guest Speaker, Mrs. Karen Joseph’s Photo:I had such a good time at my first CWF Luncheon last month; I decided to become a member! Vice President, Brenda Gauthier, introduced our guest speaker, Mrs. Karen Joseph. Karen is not only a successful Audiologist and Realtor, but she makes a difference in the lives of many children […]
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>"The Palace, by George!" – February 20-22

>President’s Day may have come and gone, but George Washington’s Birthday isn’t until February 22 and Tryon Palace Historic Sites & Gardens is celebrating the occasion. In honor of the birthday of our nation’s first president, Tryon Palace Historic Sites & Gardens is holding “The Palace, by George!” For the weekend of February 20, 21, […]
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>Become a "Hero"

>Dear Friends, We are honored to announce our Annual “Heroes” for the American Red Cross Campaign during the month of March – Red Cross Awareness Month. We invite you to be a part of this remarkable fundraising event. The “Heroes” Campaign engages our local community to help raise funds for the Coastal Carolina Chapter. Our […]
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>"Winter Wonderland" in New Bern, NC

>It was nice to wake up and see four inches of snow covering the lawn. Driving around town, I saw children building snowmen and families having snowball fights. Even the dogs seemed to be uplifted by last night’s snowfall. Spring will be here before long and I hope you enjoyed this rare event. WS Card
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