Windjammer Construction was formed in 2003 by Tom and Karen Theisen when they first built homes in Tucker's Square in Kure Beach. Windjammer has built custom homes in Carolina Beach, Kure Beach, Wilmington and Brunswick County. They built several homes in Seagrove in Carolina Beach. Windjammer is currently finishing a custom home in Carolina Sands.
In addition to custom homes, Windjammer’s services also include additions and exterior renovations. Wind-jammer is a member of the National Association of Home Builders. Tom is a Certified Green Professional (CGP).
Tom began his career as a financial professional. He is a CPA and was the CFO for several construction and manufacturing companies in Virginia. He started his building career in 1998 with the development and construction of an office / warehouse in Raleigh, NC. Tom and Karen moved to Wilmington in 1999 and now reside in Kure Beach.
There will be a "Toys for Tots" Tennis Mixer at the tennis courts at Joe Eakes Park on Saturday, December 10 from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. The entry fee is a donation to Toys for Tots. The format is doubles mixer with timed rounds of progressive partner doubles. Advanced registration is required and all levels are welcome. Maximum number of entries is 20, so please register ASAP. Pizza & sodas will be served to all participants. To register, go to www.pleasureislandtennis.info.
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Christmas by the Sea will hold its opening ceremony and lighting at the Carolina Beach Boardwalk on Friday the 25th after the Island of Light ceremony at the lake. It will continue every night through the New Year's Eve celebration. The Christmas by the Sea activities (Santa's workshop, fire, pit, live nativity scene, hot coco, etc) will be open every Saturday (except for Christmas eve) beginning on Nov 26th and ending on Dec 31. This year both the displays and the activities will be open on New Year's Eve prior to the dropping of the ball!
Don't miss this special holiday island tradition! You're sure to create memories that will last for years to come.
Support your local businesses and take care of your holiday shopping on Pleasure Island. There's something for everyone on your list at one of the participating retailers. Find a one of a kind piece or art or pottery at Artful Living Group, surprise Dad with a new rod and reel from Island Tackle & Hardware, get the perfect necklace for Mom and stocking stuffers for the kids at Jeanne's Jewels, and a new ornament to trim the tree at Checkered Church. Be sure to explore all the great shops and boutiques in your favorite NC beach towns!
We have become a full service shop with no job too big or too small... We're here to serve you! With the holidays fast approaching, we want to remind everyone to have their car serviced so they can travel safely. If you have any questions or concerns, please let me know.
Get your four legged friends in on the holiday spirit at the Coastal K-9 Bakery Christmas Open House. Your pet can even have their photo taken with the big guy himself!
Check a few gifts off your list (and maybe even find a little something special for yourself!) this weekend on Pleasure Island. Two of the most popular stores on the island, The Checkered Church Gift Shop and Jeanne's Jewels, are having Holiday Open Houses this weekend. Stop in for great deals, special offers, and a little holiday cheer!
Costumes and candy make for a sweet Halloween. Afterward, however, the clutter and litter haunt closets and landfills for years.
Wrap up this spooky season with the help of the N.C. Aquarium at Fort Fisher. Pass along the fun of a special outfit, remove unwanted items from your home and recycle. Donate gently-used costumes and empty candy wrappers to the Aquarium as part of our Green Halloween initiative.
The Aquarium will collect those ninja suits, princess dresses and all other spooky get-ups Nov. 1-30. Next fall, families can select new costumes from the donated items as part of a free costume exchange.
This initiative continues the Aquarium's work with Green Halloween, a community initiative focused on creating child- and Earth-friendly holiday traditions.
Another Halloween tradition, candy consumption, produces a scary amount of waste, with the potential to litter our waterways and oceans. Instead of trashing the empty wrappers, save them and drop them off at the Aquarium.
The Aquarium collects empty wrappers throughout the year and sends them to a recycling partner, TerraCycle, as part of our focus on conservation. TerraCycle creates recycling systems for hard-to-recycle waste, turning trash to treasure in the form of new products like park benches and backpacks. This partnership raises money for conservation efforts at the Aquarium.
Each week through December 3rd, the Pleasure Island Fresh Market is open from 8am - 1 pm at the Carolina Beach Marina.
The benefits of purchasing fresh local produce are numerous. Not only are they better for you, they leave money in the local economy and are better for the environment. By keeping big trucks off the highways less gas is used and emissions are reduced.
The best place to get local produce is at the Pleasure Island Fresh Market. With multiple vegetable vendors, you will be sure to find the freshest available produce around. The wide variety and selection of in season fruits and veggies will expand your menu selections. Be sure to ask about different recipes and ways to prepare the items you are buying. You just might discover a new favorite meal.
The market is easily accessible and offers plenty of parking for your car, bike or boat. The public marina offers free boat parking for all of you who decide to come by water as well as plenty of street parking for cars and bikes.
Carolina Beach polling location: Carolina Beach Muni Complex Rec, 1121 N Lake Park Blvd
Kure Beach polling location: Kure Beach Town Hall, 117 Settlers Lane
Learn where the candidates stand by reading their candidate questionnaires here: http://www.starnewsonline.com/section/news102
Don't forget to vote!