Coinjock Marina recently hosted the 5th annual celebrity brunch, assisting the Moyock Woman's Club in raising money and food coupons to benefit the Albemarle Hopeline's Christmas Project. Albemarle Hopeline is in its 29th year of providing comprehensive direct and preventative services to victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and teen dating violence in Northeast North Carolina. A total of $2600 was raised at the Brunch.
From left: Phyllis Kohler, John Thompson, Dave and Mardie DeFeo and Jean Loxley-Barnard
Currituck County Sheriff Susan Johnson and Bob Kohler
Shopper Publisher, Jean Loxley-Barnard, left, and Executive Director Albemarle Hopeline, Pat Youngblood
Joan and Tommy Moore
From left: Jason Weeks, Director Parks and Recreation Currituck County; Kevin Goines, Assistant Principal, Currituck County High School; Winfred Basnight Jr., Carolyn Harris, Amy Innes, President of Moyock Women's Club; Attorney Bill Brumsey IV, and Diane Newbern, Principal Currituck County High School.
From left: Amy Innes, Bill Brumsey IV, and Diane Newbern.
Wayne and Catherine Gardner
From left: Terry Barnard, Phyllis Kohler, Jean Loxley-Barnard, and Bob Kohler
The Hope Trap -- Lost in the Kitchenby Jean Loxley-Barnard
Family and Friendsby Jean Loxley-Barnard
Tracking construction progress by droneby Terry Young
Need a Spot?by Dr. Bill Austin
A Vision of Youth
Use the Bricksby Breonna Loxley
Managing Your Own Websiteby Terry Young