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by Staff
Thursday, January 12, 2012

Intracoastal raises $6,000 for teachers

An iPad 2 raffle raised $6,000 for the Intracoastal Realty Teacherís Fund. The program awards grants to teachers to buy classroom supplies. Intracoastal Realty has donated more than $210,000 since launching the fund in 2005. The brokerage sold 600 raffle tickets and gave away six iPad 2s. The agents who sold the most tickets were Liz Bianchini, Dan Willard, Hugh MacRae, Maureen Robinson and Michelle Clark.

 


RBC Bank honors two teachers

RBC Bank recently presented $500 awards to Richelle Dombroski, a teacher at Laney Elementary School, and Jenny Walters, a teacher at Codington Elementary School, as part of its annual Tribute to Teachers program. More than 2,200 teachers were nominated in six southeastern states served by RBC, and 50 won.

 


Doctors relocate practice

On Monday, Jan. 16, Jessica Burkett, MD, Thomas Marcinowski, PA, and staff will move their family medicine practice from 1202 Medical Center Drive to 5245 S. College Road, in the Monkey Junction area. For more information about Wilmington Health, please call 910-815-3669, or visit www.wilmingtonhealth.com

 


GE Retirees meeting Jan. 19

The GE Retirees Association will meet at noon on Thursday, Jan. 19, at the New Hanover County Senior Center, 2222 S. College Road. The lunch, which will cost $5, is open to GE retirees and spouses.  University of North Carolina Wilmington Chancellor Gary L. Miller will be the speaker. Call 910-799-5284 to RSVP.

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