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GMOA Presents Postmodern Native: Contemporary Lumbee Art . . . 4 80 Years of Fighting for the Health of Families . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 ENC Annual Events . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Making Impressions Photo Galleries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 PCC Creative Writing Student Releases Her Latest Book . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Blackbeard’s Pirate Jamboree, commemorating the 300th Anniversary of his final battle . . . . . . . . . 14 May We Suggest Menu Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18

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Beaufort Wine and Food Preps for 15th Annual Festival . . . . . . . . . . . 20 How to keep your superintendent, golf pro and fellow members/golfers happy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Advertiser Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24

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GMOA Presents Postmodern Native: Contemporary Lumbee Art Greenville Museum of Art Oct. 19, 2018 - March 10, 2019 In the West Wing and Commons Galleries • • •

Downtown Dialogues at the GMOA with: Dr. Malinda Maynor Lowery, Ashley Minner, & Hatty Ruth Miller Wed., Nov 7th, 6 – 7:30pm Opening Reception: Thurs., Nov. 8th 6:30 – 8pm; Exclusive Membership Preview 5:30 – 6:30pm Downtown Dialogues at the GMOA Thurs., Feb 21, 2019, 6 – 7:30pm

Postmodern Native: Contemporary Lumbee Art is a group exhibition of three distinct voices among the Lumbee Tribe of North Carolina: Ashley Minner, Jessica Clark, and Hatty Ruth Miller. Their work sheds light on the history, culture, and vibrant people that make up the Lumbee Indian Tribe. At the same time, Minner, Clark, and Miller shatter a range of deeply entrenched stereotypes about Native American people more broadly and bring fresh perspectives toward what it means to be Native American in a postmodern era. To see more art by contemporary Lumbee artists, visit the UNC-CH’s Center for the Study of the American South for their exhibition, Unique As We Are Alike. It will also feature the work of Ashley Minner along with Alisha Locklear Monroe. The exhibition is on display now through December 12, 2018. The opening reception will be on Saturday, October 6 at 5:30pm. The Greenville Museum of Art is open Tues - Sat 10:00 am to 4:30 pm. CuratorLed Tours are held monthly on the fourth Thursday from 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm. For information, call 252-758-1946, email info@gmoa.org or visit www.gmoa.com. Article from www.gmoa.org 4

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80 Years of Fighting for the Health of Families Eighty years of fighting for the health of every family has made us the strong and reliable organization we are today. The world has changed so much since our founding in 1938, but our work is more crucial than ever. With the preterm birth rate on the rise for the third year in a row, we are accelerating our search for new interventions and solutions to address the biological and social causes. We celebrated several historic advances recently, including significant breakthroughs in research and advocacy wins that will help to give all moms and babies the best possible start.

Visit www.marchforbabies.org to register for the March for Babies, call 919424-2164 or email Vickie Goodwin at vgoodwin@marchofdimes.org.

To register for the Signature Chefs Auction, visit https://signaturechefs.marchofdimes. org/Event.aspx?EventId=20334, call 919424-2164 or email Vickie Goodwin at vgoodwin@marchofdimes.org.

How you can help! Families, businesses and volunteers bring our work to life at local events like the March for Babies, coming to Greenville on November 10th at the Town Common, and the Signature Chefs Auction, coming to Greenville on November 27th at Rock Springs Center. March for Babies is a day where we hope for the day when all moms and babies are healthy. Remember those babies we lost and honor them with special tributes throughout the day. Celebrate with fun activities for the whole family, including NICU graduates. Signature Chefs Auction is an elegant night of giving at our annual gathering of the area’s finest culinary talent. Enjoy the chance to taste from chefs’ creations during a 90-minute tasting experience. There are silent and live auctions. Enjoy a chance to bid on amazing, oneof-a-kind packages donated by our chefs. Then join in to donate to our Fund-theMission, a vital part of this event to help us fight for the health of all moms and babies. Get ready to raise your paddle and give generously. Eastern Radiologists is our presenting sponsor for this year’s event. Please march with us or dine with us and help us continue to lead the fight for the health of all moms and babies! www.KeyMandM.com

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MAKINGIMPRESSIONS Greenville Museum of Art Fine Arts Ball — Rock Springs Center — March 17, 2018

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MAKINGIMPRESSIONS Summer Shindig — Greenville Museum of Art — June 13, 2018

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PCC Creative Writing Student Releases Her Latest Book

Sheila Turnage and her dog, Callie

Sheila Turnage, a Pitt Community College student and New York Times bestselling author, will close out her award-winning Mo & Dale Mysteries series this month with the release of her latest book, “The Law of Finders Keepers.”

searching for the Upstream Mother who lost Mo in a hurricane on the day she was born. At the same time, the trio is racing to find Blackbeard’s treasure, making “The Law of Finders Keepers” about a search for worldly treasures and treasures of the heart.

“I’d written a story with one of those fat pencils, on that paper with the blue dotted lines,” she recalled. “My teacher liked it, and she let me read it to a class of third-graders. I remember thinking, ‘This is it; this is what I want to do. I’m going to be a writer.’”

Turnage, who received a Newbery Honor for “Three Times Lucky” in 2013, is currently enrolled in Patsy Baker O’Leary’s creative writing course, offered through PCC’s Continuing Education Division.

“’The Law of Finders Keepers’ provides a really great finish to the series,” Turnage said. “It’s getting super reviews, and I think kids are going to love it; I hope so, anyway.”

Though she took journalism courses in high school and college, Turnage majored in anthropology at East Carolina University and earned a bachelor’s degree in the field. In fact, she once assisted with the excavation of a Mayan palace in Guatemala. But Turnage’s love for writing never waned. In a 2014 interview with Publishers Weekly, she mentioned that she’d taken creative writing courses at PCC off and on for about 30 years and continued to do so, even with a Newbery Honor on her resume.

“The Law of Finders Keepers” — the fourth installment of the Mo & Dale Series — is once again set in the fictional eastern North Carolina town of “Tupelo Landing (population 148, minus one for murder).” It features sixth-grader Miss Moses “Mo” LoBeau and her best friends, Dale Earnhardt Johnson III and Harm Crenshaw,

Born in Jacksonville, Turnage grew up on an eastern North Carolina tobacco farm. She and her husband, Rodney, still live on the farm, along with their dog, Callie, and a host of other animals. On her website (www.sheilaturnage.com), Turnage says she was in first grade when she decided she wanted to be a writer.

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EDUCATIONMATTERS nity of writers, and it’s important to me to have their companionship and their feedback,” she explained. “I also love to hear what they’re working on.” Following the “Three Times Lucky,” success, she released the award-winning follow-ups, “The Ghosts of Tupelo Landing” and “The Odds of Getting Even” before closing out the Mo & Dale Mysteries series with “The Law of Finders Keepers.” In addition to children’s mystery books, Turnage authored “Haunted Inns of the Southeast,” “Compass American Guide: North Carolina,” and “Trout the Magnificent.” She’s also written articles and poetry appearing in publications, including Southern Living, Our State, American Heritage, International Poetry Review, and the NC Poetry Society. Published by Kathy Dawson/Penguin Random House, “The Law of Finders Keepers” will be available for purchase online and in bookstores. Article and photo from www.pittcc.edu

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DAYTRIPS&GETAWAYS will feature local artists in every medium – fine crafts, metal smiths, pottery, jewelry, wood, painting, textiles and more! Blackbeard: “The Fiercest Pirate” The boldest, most notorious pirate infesting the waters of England’s North American and Caribbean colonies in the early 1700s was Blackbeard.

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Blackbeard’s Pirate Jamboree, commemorating the 300th Anniversary of his final battle Serving up piratical mischief and good times October 25-28, 2018 in Ocracoke. Avast, ye hearties! Chart your course to Ocracoke, NC for the Annual Blackbeard’s Pirate Jamboree October 25 – 28, 2018 to commemorate the 300th Anniversary of Blackbeard’s historic last battle directly off the shores of Ocracoke Island. Step back in time with the sights and sounds of 17th- and 18th-century pirate life as Ocracoke Island comes alive with pirate reenactment crews as they invade by land and sea. Enjoy musical entertainment, magic shows, history, period encampments, vendors and a live battle with cannons on Silver Lake. The event is expanded to three days this year, starting Thursday evening through lunch on Sunday. More pirates, more vendors, more activities, and visiting dignitaries from all over the US and world will visit the island for this historic event. With cannons blazing and swords flashing, three ships will re-create the last hours of Blackbeard and his crew as Lt. Robert Maynard brings them to battle with cannons blazing. Visitors are encouraged to get in touch with their inner pirate and don their best buccaneer gear. 14

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Fun for all ages, Pirate Jamboree features Captain Jim -- the magic pirate/illusionist, the Sword Conservatory crew, the Cannon Crew, and Colonial Seaport Foundation. Returning performers include bands of roving pirates, the Motley Tones, The King’s Rangers militia, 2015 North Carolina Historian of the Year -- Kevin Duffus, and the sword-fighting Shadow Players. There are no better ways to experience the past than to visits to the very places where American history took place, to walk in the footsteps of our forebears, to learn what they did, and understand why they did it. Come see what pirate life was really like in this true-to-life 17th- and 18th-century pirate encampment at the historic Berkley Manor grounds. You and all your young scalawags can wear your own pirate costumes and enjoy historical demonstrations, sword fights, pirate storytelling, sea chanteys, navigation, medicine, blacksmithing, demonstrations of pike drills and vintage black-powder weapons.

Active during the “Golden Age of Piracy,” the actions of Blackbeard and his contemporaries are an integral part of America’s colonial history. Artifacts recovered from his flagship Queen Anne’s Revenge are exhibited at the North Carolina Maritime Museum in Beaufort. In celebration of the new exhibit in Beaufort, here a few facts about the man who is arguably the world’s most notorious pirate: • The pirate’s infamous deeds spread his name on both sides of the Atlantic; Blackbeard’s name may yet be found in history books, and in the archives and public records in Great Britain, France, Spain, Pennsylvania, Virginia, North Carolina and South Carolina. • His name is thought to be Edward Thatch (also spelled Thach or Thache). He likely was born around 1680. Blackbeard died in 1718 in a fierce fight off Ocracoke Island. • Indications are that Blackbeard was born into an intelligent, well-to-do family. He

Brigand’s Bazaar Brigand’s Bazaar, a vendor fair, will be held in the heart of the festival on the Historic Wahab Estate Lawn, adjacent to the Pirate Encampment. Brigand’s Bazaar

Blackbeard, (aka Edward Thatch), English pirate, died in 1718. Illustration from Shutterstock.com.

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DAYTRIPS&GETAWAYS could read, write and correspond with merchants. He seemed equally at ease with ruffians and governors. • Blackbeard is thought to have served in Queen Anne’s War between England and Spain, which lasted from 1702-1713. He is believed to have been a privateer, sailing out of Kingston, Jamaica to prey on French ships for Britain. A Master Self-Marketer After the war, Blackbeard reportedly sailed in consort with the pirate crew of Captain Benjamin Hornigold, sailing out of New Providence in the Bahamas. He proved a fierce and able pirate, and captured the French slave ship, La Concorde in 1717 off St. Vincent Island in the Caribbean. Blackbeard transformed the slaver into his flagship and renamed her Queen Anne’s Revenge.

demanded death as the only resolution. Reportedly, each pulled pistols and fired upon meeting; Blackbeard missed his mark. Maynard’s shot plowed through Blackbeard’s imposing body. They continued to fight with swords; as Blackbeard moved in for a finishing cutlass blow, another seaman approached and slashed his throat. The legend says Blackbeard fought on, in spite of bullet wounds and gashed neck, as other British seamen joined in for the kill. Even while being stabbed, he yet cocked a

pistol to continue the fight as he fell dead. His head was then cut off and hung from the bowsprit of Maynard’s ship for the trip back to Virginia as proof of his demise. Queen Anne’s Revenge (QAR) Queen Anne’s Revenge, Blackbeard’s flagship, ran aground in NC’s Beaufort Inlet and was abandoned by the pirate in June 1718. Its location was one of America’s longest-standing unsolved mysteries. Article continues on next page

Blackbeard crafted his appearance to enhance his reputation. He was described as a “tall spare man” with a long black beard from which he took his name. Before battle he would plait the beard into pigtails, tied with colored ribbons, and twist a few behind his ears. Right before battle he would light long, slow-burning hemp cords and tuck them under his hat, allowing wisps of smoke to curl up around his face. He wore pistols, daggers and a cutlass in a belt about his waist. Across his chest he wore a sling holding three brace of pistols, all six primed, cocked and ready to fire. Blackbeard victimized ships from the Caribbean to New England. Legend has it that he used several hideouts in North Carolina, Ocracoke being a favorite. An anchorage there is still known as “Teach’s Hole.” Mastered by a Royal Lieutenant On Friday, Nov. 22, 1718, Blackbeard met his death in a battle off Ocracoke Island. Virginia Gov. Alexander Spotswood leased two sloops with British commanders and crew; each had a pilot from North Carolina. Caught by surprise, short-handed and tricked into battle, he came to a bloody end. On the blood soaked deck of the small sloop sent to attack the pirate, Lt. Robert Maynard confronted Blackbeard. It seemed a classic face-off of good versus evil that www.KeyMandM.com

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DAYTRIPS&GETAWAYS Article continued from previous page On Nov. 21, 1996, nearly 280 years after his death in a raging battle off North Carolina’s coast, the waterlogged remains of a ship believed to be the QAR was found by Intersal, a Florida-based research, survey and recovery firm. Since the 1996 discovery, a team from Intersal, the NC Department of Cultural Resources and the NC Maritime Museum has mounted multiple diving expeditions, gathering evidence like a prosecutor preparing for trial. The findings have added up to a conclusion by the team that the ship is in fact the QAR. One of the first finds, a bronze bell, helped researchers date the wreck. Chemical treatment of the heavily encrusted bell revealed 1-inch-high letters embossed around its waist that read “IHS (Iesu Hominorum Salvator) Maria” and “ano de 1705.” The crudeness of the bell’s casting and the lettering suggest that it was made in a Spanish or Portuguese New World colony. The bell is believed to be too small to have been the QAR’s. Theories for its presence in the wreckage hold that it was acquired while the frigate sailed as a French slave ship or after Blackbeard seized it in 1717. The large number of cannons found near the site added more evidence to the belief that the wreck was the QAR. In Blackbeard’s day, the QAR reportedly had 40 cannons aboard, and to date, 25 cannons have been discovered. Pewter plates, syringes, a musketoon barrel and wine bottles - all from the appropriate time period - also have been found. Scientists tested wood from the ship’s hull and determined them to be white oak, used in ships constructed in northwest Europe. A permanent exhibition at the NC Maritime Museum in Beaufort makes the team’s case for the conclusion that the ship is the QAR, based on historical records and evidence revealed from the artifacts. Among the items in the display are hull fragments, sailcloth and a sail maker’s needle; two cannons, cannonballs with apron, a sword quillon block, a serpentine side plate; 16

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DAYTRIPS&GETAWAYS two medical syringes, cuff links, buckles, galley items, an apparatus from the head (toilet), and other objects. The exhibit features over 300 artifacts from the flagship, interactive quizzes, props and a look into what will be the future for the wreck site. In 1997, under the direction of the Underwater Archaeology Branch of the NC Department of Cultural Resources, archaeologists began exploring, documenting, and recovering archaeological remains at the Queen Anne’s Revenge shipwreck site off the coast of Beaufort. The NC Maritime Museum became the official repository for all artifacts and has been exhibiting them since that time. The QAR Project & Lab The QAR Project is a coordinated undertaking with individuals, organizations and institutions under the management of the Division of Archives and History’s Office of State Archaeology. Professionals work on what is almost certainly Blackbeard’s Queen Anne’s Revenge shipwreck. The QAR Conservation Lab in Greenville is open for free behind-the-scenes tours of the exciting work being done at the facility: conserving, documenting, and investigating the artifacts recovered from the shipwreck identified as the pirate Blackbeard’s flagship, Queen Anne’s Revenge. See pieces of the ship and objects touched by pirates that have been under the ocean for nearly 300 years. Experience what is involved in preserving priceless artifacts. Interest and support enables the QAR project to continue learning about and sharing this piece of history. Highlights include: • The warehouse, containing one of the largest collections of cannons excavated from a single wreck. • Pieces of a real pirate ship. • Their x-ray technology. • Preview conserved artifacts before they reach the NC Maritime Museum. Visit www.qaronline.org or call 252744-6721 for tours and information. Article compiled from www.visitnc.com, www.visitocracokenc.com, www.qaronline.org, the North Carolina Dept of Natural and Cultural Resources (www. ncdcr.gov) and www.nc.gov. www.KeyMandM.com

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BWF preps for 15thAnnual On April 24 - 28, 2019 Beaufort Wine and Food (BWF), once again, will bring talent from around the world together for five days of cuisine and beverages in the name of charity. This 15th year will bring attendees the continued high level of epicurean talent. BWF offers something for everyone, whether it’s an intimate wine dinner in area restaurants or the grand scale of the Vin de Mer Epicurean Village, it’s the perfect venue for a food festival to celebrate the chefs and cuisines of Eastern NC and beyond. Wine Dinners – Premier dinners held in private homes on Wed., April 24 and in area restaurants on Thur., April 25. Guest chefs team up with local chefs and visiting wine makers for an unforgettable dinner. These sell out quickly. Sponsorships available. Fashion Show Luncheon – Fri., April 26. A host and guest chef pair with a wine maker to guide guests through a multi-course wine luncheon. Fashions are displayed on the red carpet. Grand Reserve Tasting & Auction – Friday evening, April 26. The festival’s single largest fundraising event with a live and silent auction with large format and rare wines, culinary excursions, art and more. The semi-formal event has 12 chefs creating an unforgettable menu with dozens of reserve wines. Live music, as well. Vin de Mer – The festival’s biggest event! Sat., April 27. Guests are immersed in a controlled chaos. Hundreds of wine labels and dozens of local and regional restaurants join in perfect harmony. Historic District Wine Walkabout – after Vin de Mer. Guests enjoy wine and food pairings in several of Beaufort’s beautiful historic homes. Guest chefs at each stop. Attendees can mingle with chefs and wine makers and enjoy delicious food and wine. The BWF board, staff and volunteers bring culinary and wine experts together for an unforgettable experience, as well as enable the BWF to give back via its grant program. Festival proceeds benefit Carteret County nonprofits that excel in community enrichment and enhance quality of life. Since 2004, over $700,000 has been donated to area nonprofits. The 2019 festival will benefit their next major community project: donation of $100,000 to help build a new culinary building at Carteret Community College, tripling the number of culinary and hospitality students it can serve. Call 252-515-0708 or visit www.beaufortwineandfood.com for information, tickets and more. Article and photo from BWF 20

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How to keep your superintendent, golf pro and fellow members/golfers happy No matter what your skill level, you’ll always be welcome on any golf course, if you do the following: 1. Be on time. Get to number one tee at least 8 minutes before your assigned time. 2. Play in a timely manner – take no more than approximately 12 minutes a hole. If you can’t do that and players are waiting behind you – allow them to play through, or pick up and move to the next hole. 3. Fill your divots or kick them in. When you swing you will sometimes take a piece of turf out of the ground called a divot. Fill the divot with sand – usually provided for you on the cart. If there is no sand replace the divot or kick the sides of the divot in and step on it. 4. Repair your ball marks. Almost every time your golf ball lands on the green it will make a ball mark. This is a mark or hole the ball will leave when it impacts the green. Locate your ball mark and repair it. Tap it down with your putter first – next use your repair tool or a tee to push the sides of the divot to the center of the mark. Finish the process by tapping down the mark one final time. 5. Follow the courses cart rules. Most rules are posted or instructed to you by the golf shop staff. The common rules are:

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• Cart path Only. Keep the cart on the cart path at all times... all four wheels! No need to pull over when parking. • 90 degree cart rule: Stay on the path around tees and greens. When you leave the tee, drive onto the fairway only once reaching the fairway cut. Don’t drive between teeing areas. Drive directly to your shot, hit and drive straight back to the path. If you are playing with a partner, you may drive to their ball and allow them to hit. Common sense is required. • Read your score card and read all signs on the holes you are playing for special instructions. Sometimes some holes never allow carts, like par 3s.

6. Minimize cell phone use. If possible, just turn it off. 7. Remember there are others on and near the course, including junior golfers and families living adjacent to the course. Never be loud, rude and or profane. There are more great etiquette practices. Ask your PGA Professional if you have any questions on what to do or not to do. Follow the above suggestions, and you’ll always be welcome at the course you’re playing. My staff and I would gladly welcome you. See you on the course.

John LaMonica, PGA Professional GM, Ironwood Golf & Country Club

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Impressions Magazine Fall/Winter 2018  

The city lifestyle magazine of Greenville NC since 1997.

Impressions Magazine Fall/Winter 2018  

The city lifestyle magazine of Greenville NC since 1997.