Town Employee & Community Recognition Ceremony 9-16-2020

Posted on Wednesday, September 16, 2020
Recognition Ceremony for Town Employees and Hurricane Isaias Donors/First Responders
The Town of Ocean Isle Beach held a special recognition ceremony at the new Town Center Park on 9-16-2020 at 9am to thank the generous donors and heroic first responders that contributed during and after Hurricane Isaias.  The Town also recognized 4 special employees that received plaques for years of dedicated service to the Town.  To watch the live video coverage of the ceremony, please visit our Facebook Page at

Town Employee Recognition:

Jimmy St. George – 15 Years – Street Department
Angie King – 20 Years – Police Department
Ricky King – 5 years – Police Department
Parks Reid – 15 years – Police Department

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Special Plaque Recognition:

Kevin and Kyle Folsom owners of Folsom Tire and Trailer, LLC 
At no cost to the Town, these gentlemen repaired 3 beach accesses that were damaged during Hurricane Isaias and had them reopened within a week of the storm.  Their father Paul Folsom has been a homeowner on OIB for 35 years and has been visiting OIB since 1968.

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Food donations to Town:

Logan Homes – Jody Stapley
Lowes Foods
Marathon Gas
Carmine’s Pizzeria 
J.B. Elkin
Kristin Dowdy
Sweetcakes Tbc
Sharky’s Waterfront Restaurant
First Bank – Kim Boyette
Tra-Com Services – Robin and Tracy Farmer
Leslie Porter and Concord Street Property Owners
Lisa and Tony Mosca
Chris and Barry Ervin
Mel and Matt Johnson
R.R. and Brenda Davis
Robert Latham
Allyson, Katelyn, Jenna, & Abby Brown
Karen and Rich Browder
Karen and Jay Sutton
Jerry and Allison Norton and Neighbors
Tim Johnson – Local Government Federal Credit Union
R. Fitzgerald’s Seamless Gutters
Bobby and Dawn Walker
Twice as Sweet Cookies 

First Responders:
Sunset Beach Fire Department
Sunset Beach Police Department
Calabash Volunteer Fire Department
Supply Volunteer Fire Department
Shallotte Fire Department
Shallotte Police Department
Grissettown/Longwood Volunteer Fire Department
Tri-Beach Volunteer Fire Department
Civietown Volunteer Fire Department
Bolivia Volunteer Fire Department
Leland Fire and Rescue
City of Whiteville Fire Department
Horry County Fire Rescue
Brunswick County EMS
Brunswick County Sheriff’s Office

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** If you donated to the Town and we did not say your name, we are sorry. It was not intentional. We tried to keep a list of our donors, but someone may have gotten left off. We are so thankful for your kindness and thoughtfulness.


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