Spotlight on Business: Pilates Pathways

Jennifer is a Pilates personal trainer and a health/wellness workshop leader servicing Wilmington and sur-rounding beach communities. She has developed a wide range of programs to meet the needs of her clients to im-prove their health, strength and flexibility as well as to assist in rehabilitation from an injury. The powerful and proven benefits of the Pilates method are produced within a system of movement and exercises that can be ad-justed to meet your needs whether you are a young or an aging adult, male or female, or an experienced athlete or novice. Jennifer also leads and develops workshops for personal and/or business team development by designing a process to empower creativity and brainstorm strategies to overcome obstacles and create new possibilities in your personal or professional life. She takes and interdisciplinary approach with left/right brain exercises, visual mapping and action oriented do-it yourself guides and tools.

Jennifer fosters an open and safe place for communication, support, understanding and has an in depth technical understanding of how to teach Pilates mat and equipment work effectively. Jennifer is particularly skilled at “reading” clients bodies and seeing what skills they need to develop in order to unlock their movement potential. To find out more, please visit www.pilatespathways.com or call Jennifer at 910.742.6034 for an initial consultation.


Pleasure Island Parking - Paid Parking Starts April 1st

It's almost time for another sign that summer is just around the corner: paying for parking. Starting April 1st enforcement will begin at the paid parking lots and meters in Carolina Beach.

The Town of Carolina Beach has a great parking page on their website which clearly lays out where you can find a spot to park and how the rules work in the timed spots, parking lots, and metered spots. http://www.carolinabeach.org/site_new/pages/parking.html

Parking is currently free all year in Kure Beach, though paid parking has been under discussion.


Spotlight on Business: Corning Credit Union

For more than seventy years, Corning Credit Union has provided great rates and world-class service. Today, CCU has grown to having more than 78,000 members worldwide and recently opened its second loca-tion in the Wilmington area last fall. Plans are now being finalized to open a third branch in South Wilmington in April. In addition to being exceptionally safe and sound, CCU is also one of the strongest credit unions in the country. With extremely competitive rates, reward products like Windfall Checking®, and ser-vice that’s second to none, more and more members are learning what makes CCU different from other financial institutions. For more information or to become a member, contact CCU by stopping a branch, calling, or visiting www.corningcu.org

Who Can Join:
Anyone who lives, works, worships, or attends school in the City of Wilmington or the Brunswick County area is eligible for membership. Please contact us and we can explain how you can become a member and begin enjoying the many benefits at CCU.

125 Racine Drive
Wilmington, NC 28403

60 Gregory Road, Suite 5
Belville, NC 28451

3715 Patriot Way
Fulton Station
Wilmington, NC 28412

For more information, please call us or visit our website at www.corningcu.org


Spotlight on Business: Kincaid & Associates, LLC

Kincaid and Associates, LLC is a general practice law firm that offers business formation assistance, wills, estate planning, special needs trusts, elder law, tax law, trademark and copyright filing, and commer-cial and residential real estate closings. The firm has offices here in Wilmington and in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Mitzi Kincaid, owner and attorney of Kincaid and Associates, has over fifteen years of accounting and
finance experience coupled with her legal education which allows her to offer her clients legal advice and business guidance in many areas. “My goal is to work with a small business owner throughout the lifecycles of their business, from formation to a sale of the business, or transitioning the business to family through a will or trust,” states Ms. Kincaid. “I also enjoy working with individuals and families on their estate planning needs.”

Kincaid and Associates has recently expanded into commercial and residential real estate law with the addition of attorney Erin Smith. Erin, a graduate of Wake Forest School of Law, has over ten years of ex-perience in real estate and business law. “Erin brings a great deal of experience to our firm and she works very hard to ensure each client has a positive experience when closing on their new home, commercial, or refinance loan,” states Ms. Kincaid.

For more information or to schedule an appointment with Attorneys Mitzi Kincaid or Erin Smith, please call (910) 399-7907 or email info@kincaidandassociates.com.

Kincaid and Associates, LLC
Attorneys at Law
4837 Carolina Beach Road Suite 207
Wilmington, NC 28412
(910) 399-7907


Britt's Opening Day 2011 - Friday, March 25th at 4:00 pm

One of the most commonly asked questions at this time of year is, "When does Britt's Donuts open?"

Well, you don't have to wait much longer for one of their world famous treats - the highly anticipated hand written sign appeared recently announcing that Britt's will reopen on Friday, March 25, 2011 at 4:00 pm. Britt's Donut Shop can be found at spot #11 on the Carolina Beach Boardwalk. Yummmmm.

Update: Wondering when does Britt's Donuts open in 2012? We've got the answer here!


The 15th Annual Pleasure Island Cook-Off is Saturday, April 16th

The Pleasure Island Chamber of Commerce will be holding the 15th Annual Pleasure Island Chowder Cook-Off on Saturday, April 16, 2010 at the Carolina Beach Lake.

The Chowder Cook Off is all about delicious food, good music, and family fun, so bring the kids along to this family-oriented event. Chefs from southeast North Carolina’s finest restaurants will prepare the region’s best seafood chowder recipes between the hours of 11:30 am and 5:00 pm.

Folks can sample a taste of Cape Fear during this friendly chowder competition held at Carolina Beach Lake Park in Carolina Beach. Children can enjoy the park’s playground and a Kidz Zone with face-painting, balloon art, a giant inflatable slide and more. And for an additional fee, there will be paddleboat rides for the entire family.

  • Courtyard by Marriott 
  • Havana’s 
  • Lazy Pirate 
  • O’Charley’s 
  • Surfhouse 
  • Tangerine’s 
  • 17th Street Deli 
  • Treehouse Bistro
  • Jonathan Barfield, Chair New Hanover Co. Commission 
  • Liz Biro, Star News 
  • Shannan Bowen, Star News 
  • Rick Catlin, New Hanover Co. Commissioner 
  • Michael McGowan, Michael’s Seafood 
  • Jasmine McKee, Island Gazette 
  • Chris Phillips, WWAY 
  • Dan Wilcox, Carolina Beach Councilman

Your job is to bring the family and your discerning palate to sample and vote on your
favorite chowder. This daylong event includes live music, fun for the kids and of course, great food. So come to the beach for the weekend and spend the day with us at this great party. Gates open at 11:30, admission is $5.00 for adults 12 & under free. For more infor-mation please call the Chamber at 910-458-8434 or email at greg@pleasureislandnc.org.


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