Maria Grant grew up on Long Island and had married and started a family when she and her husband got the idea to relocate to Little River, South Carolina. “The warmer weather and coastal communities sounded appealing,” Grant says, “so we made the move 30 years ago.”
A third-generation, family-owned business serving residential, commercial and industrial interests in Columbus, Brunswick and Bladen counties, Dew Oil Company is a thriving example of the good that a small, family-owned business can do in a community.
White and red cabbage, cauliflower, lettuce, broccoli, eggplant, peppers, tomatoes, cucumbers, zucchini cantaloupe and watermelon. The Kiwanis Giving Garden located at Horseplay Farms in Bolivia is producing all of that and more.
Leland Middle School music teacher Terry Waddell faced a problem this school year. She needed additional guitars so she wouldn’t have to sanitize her guitars as often between student group instruction. CIS Success Coach Ruth Thompson heard about this need, put the word out to the community, and North Brunswick Kiwanis Club came through in a big way!