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Wrightsville Beach Magazine May 2014

15 Kelly Strickland, Broker/Realtor | 910.612.6537 Linda Woods, Broker/Realtor | 910.233.8900 Susan Snider, Broker/Realtor | 910.622.4394 Carey Harris, Broker/Realtor | 910.233.4511 Wendy McElhinney, Broker/Realtor | 910.515.5495 $2,149,000 $349,900 $974,000 $282,000 6 Keaton Avenue Charming 1940s cottage $509,000 $695,000 2712 Shandy Lane Privacy near Wrightsville Beach $489,900 Green Tip www.wrightsvillebeachmagazine.com WBM For more information, to volunteer or make a donation, contact Cameron Bolish at 910-251-6150. Michelle Clark, ALHS, SFR Accredited Luxury Home Specialist | Broker/Realtor 910.367.9767 | [email protected] 2615 N. Lumina Avenue Shell Island panoramic views 127 Driftwood Court Great Channel Walk on WB! 2204 Masons Point Golf and marsh front in Landfall 5600 Lands End Court Great location and popular schools 604 Gunston Lane Great golf course views $386,000 Intracoastal Realty Corporation is licensed in NC 5215 Marina Club Drive Light-filled home with 30-foot slip 307 Cabbage Inlet Stunning home off Masonboro Sound $775,000 April Showers bring May Flowers! Remember to water your plants and flowers first thing in the morning or late in the evening. They retain more moisture when the temperatures are cooler so you use less water! students, making the introduction of a music department that much more important. By offering students music programs at the school and partner-ing with the Boys and Girls Club that adjoins the Virgo campus, the school may make drastic impacts in the lives of students who experience arts to which they may not have otherwise been exposed, provide afterschool activities that keep students in the safety of the school or community outreach system and foster tools for succeeding beyond middle school. The work ethic and dedication instilled in these students through their enrichment programs directly carries over into their everyday lives, making it easier for them to transition into a high school setting and later, college. By learning to play instruments, stu-dents cultivate skills that provide them with opportunities for college scholar-ships, grants and awards to help with the price of tuition and living expenses while attending school. Most of all, it makes the students happy.


Wrightsville Beach Magazine May 2014
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