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Schools, government and community closings and cancellations related to Hurricane Michael.
New Hanover County Schools will be closed for students on Thursday. Staff will have an optional teacher workday. Based on weather reports, NHCS plans to resume classes on Friday.
All Brunswick County Schools will be closed to students and staff Thursday and Friday. For those needing emergency shelter, go to West Brunswick High School, 550 Whiteville Road, Shallotte. The shelter will open at 8 a.m. Thursday and is pet friendly (cats and dogs).
Brunswick County Board of Adjustment Special Called Meeting scheduled for Oct. 11 has been rescheduled. The meeting will now be held at 4:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 29, in the Second Floor Conference/Training Room of the David R. Sandifer Administration Building, 30 Government Center Drive at the Brunswick County Government Center. The purpose of the meeting is to consider two Variance Applications and six Special Use Permit Applications. For more information, contact the Brunswick County Planning Department at 910-253-2025 or 800-621-0609.
BURGAW — The Pender County Tourism department and its Ghost Walk partners announce the Ghost Walk 2018 scheduled for Oct. 12-13 in Burgaw has been canceled.
“Due to damage caused by Hurricane Florence and the toll the storm has taken on our community, we have opted to cancel this year’s Ghost Walk,” said Tammy Proctor, Pender County tourism director.
“With Hurricane Michael tracking through the Carolinas, we know this was the right decision,” said Stephanie Key, art director of the Ghost Walk. “We are looking on the bright side. We are ahead in the planning of the 2019 Ghost Walk.”
Ticket holders have the option of donating the ticket sales to Hurricane Florence relief efforts in Pender County, or take a raincheck for next year’s Ghost Walk, or request a refund.
“The majority of ticket holders are donating their ticket sales to hurricane relief efforts,” said Key. “We are grateful for the donations.”
Ghost Walk of Pender’s Past is an award winning, two-day event that is made possible through the collaboration with Pender County Historical Society, Historical Society of Topsail Island, Pender Arts Council, Pender County Schools, Moores Creek National Battlefield, Pender County Library, and Poplar Grove Plantation.
For more information contact the Pender County Tourism Office at 910-259-1278.