Historic Italianate Bowden – Foard House | Wilmington NC real estate

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114 N. 7th St.
Wilmington, NC 28401

Historic Italianate Bowden – Foard House

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114 N. 7th St. | Bowden – Foard House

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Delight in this Circa 1883 Bowden-Foard house in the Historic District of downtown Wilmington. The owners have done an exceptional job in updating the necessary features of this home including all new plumbing lines and bathroom fixtures, a new roof and HVAC in 2006, and much of the electrical system while respectfully preserving many of the details and features that keep this home true to its heritage. Most light fixtures are original as are the heart pine and maple floors. The family room is a private sanctuary that can be closed off by French doors or open to the magnificent 30′ long grand foyer with high ceilings that add a touch of elegance and grandeur to this historic jewel. All rooms have cable and phone access and the home is full electric. The kitchen has been tastefully updated with a glass cook top, cast iron sink, tumbled mosaic marble counter tops tying in the historic elements of this gracious home. A landscaped patio area awaits your down time. Steeped
in history, this Circa 1882-83 Italianate Cottage has been updated and brought into the 20th century while maintaining the integrity of many details of the original construction.

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Soothing Medicine for your CONCIENCE | Volunteer Concience Fair 2012 | Wilmington NC real estate

StarnewsMedia is hosting the 2012 Concience Fair again this year at the Cape Fear Community College North Campus.  If you have not selected a New Years resolution, may you find one here at the fair.  Over 100 Non- Profits will be there with a whole list of needs.  A great time to scratch that “Volunteer” itch you have been having. 
Wilmington NC is an awesome city and it is mainly because of it’s great people and giving attitude.  Join in, you will not be sorry.The 2012 StarNews Media Conscience Fair is 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 4, in the McKeithan Center at Cape Fear Community College’s North Campus, 4500 Blue Clay Road.

Nonprofit organizations present information about volunteer opportunities. To reserve a space – it’s free – visit StarNewsOnline.com/ConscienceFairand fill out the signup form.

The following nonprofits have signed up as of 3 p.m. Friday, Jan. 20.ORGANIZATION NAME:   CONTACT PERSON   PHONE NUMBER   E-MAIL ADDRESS  
International Seamen’s Center Ron Casterline 910-681-1603 rgcasterline@yahoo.com

St. Mary Health Center Laura Vinson-Garvey (910) 279-0643 lvinsongarvey@yahoo.com

Armor of God Ministries Debi Tucker 910-259-5062 debineedstime@yahoo.com

Love Is Bald Kelli N. Russell 910-264-6097 kellineese@hotmail.com

CUE Center for Missing Persons Melissa Neu 910.541.1626 cmneu@marketingflotsam.com

Wilmington Area Rebuilding Ministry, Inc. JC Skane 910.399.7563 info@warmnc.org

disAbility Resource Center Gloria Garton 910-815-6618 gloria.garton@drcwilmington.org

Moores Creek Conservation Alliance Nancy Keith 910-540-0179 moorescreekconservation@gmail.com

Cameron Art Museum Bo Dean 910-599-3995 ext 1010 bodean@cameronartmuseum.com

WHQR Public Radio Laura Hunsberger (910) 343-1640 laura@whqr.org

Church World Service/ CROP Walk Janet Magelli 910-616-1342 jmagelli@gmail.com

Arts Council of Wilmington and N.H.Co. Owen Wexler 910.790.3989 mowexler@aol.com

Foreign Exchange Student Program -PAX /STEP Tracy Bickel 910-632-4293 hostexchangestudent@gmail.com

PILOT CLUB OF WILMINGTON RAMONA ANDREWS, PRESIDENT 791-2733 – BUSINESS  612-0834  – CELL randrews@biz.ec.rr.com

Greater Porters Neck Area Foundation Yona Bar-Zeev 910n 686-5191 pnccyona@yahoo.com
The Arc of NC-Benefit Bank/ Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) site Brian Moeller (9100 538-9421 bmoeller@arcnc.org

The Full Belly Project Daniel Ling (910) 452-0975 fullbellyproject@gmail.com

WINGS MINISTRY Missy Settlemyre 910-512-7643 missy@wingsministriesinc.com

Religion News Wilmington Amanda Greene, local editor and community manager 910-471-9152 or 910-520-3958 Amanda.Greene@ReligionNews.com

Wilmington Health Access for Teens Emily Henley 910-202-4605 emilyhenley@whatswhat.org

Lifeguide  ( We will be sharing a booth with Guardian ad LItem as in the past two years.) Denny Smith 793-3472 densmi@bellsouth.net

ACCESS of Wilmington Inc. Dan Johnson, Chair  AND/OR  David Morrison, Vice Chair 910-962-3659 Johnsonde@uncw.edu  david.morrison87@yahoo.com

League of Women Voters of Lower Cape Fear Carole Ellis 910-791-0922 cellis13@ec.rr.com

OLD BRIDGE PRESERVATION SOCIETY Karen Dombrowski 910.579.9021 Rkd389@hotmail.com

First Book – New Hanover Co. Carol Barre 910-200-1441 cbarre1250@ec.rr.com

First Book New Hanover County John Osinski 910-962-4271 osinskij@uncw.edu

The Affordable Housing Coalition ofSoutheastern NC Toni Melvin Whitaker  Acting Executive Director (910) 599-0348 toniwhit@ec.rr.com

Buy Local ILM Gayle Tabor 910.471.7627 hello@buylocalilm.com

S.H.A.R.E. Briana Kelly 910-431-6418 Brianamkelly@hotmail.com

Trinity Grove Ms. Noel Schuler 910-442-3016 nschuler@trinitygrove.net

MADGRL  Mid-Atlantic Great Dane Rescue League Arlene Hubner 910-845-5143 ahubner@ec.rr.com

The Warrior Ride Debra/Bob Racine 910-278-4612 teamracine@thewarriorride.org

Elderhaus PACE Amy Derck (910) 338-2757 amy.derck@elderhaus.com

KAIROS Prison Ministries Intl. Gordon Keifer 256-5781 gordonkeifer@hotmail.com

Wilmington Prostate Cancer Support Group, Us TOO George Gardner 792-9953 wproscasupportgp@aol.com

Bellamy Mansion Museum Gareth Evans 910.251.3700 gareth@bellamymansion.org

Oceana Zachary Keith 321-356-6603 zkeith@oceana.org 

Junior Achievement of the Cape Fear Region Courtney Hickman 910-462-3690 chickman@jacarolinas.org

Project Linus Sharon Black 910-681-0452 slhblack@bellsouth.net

Guardian ad Litem Program of the 5th Judicial District Lynne Fender or Liz Kachris-Jones 910-616-8960 or 910-520-4035 lfender@ec.rr.com or  liz.k.jones@nccourts.org

Wilmington Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Support Group Burt Masters, Co-Leader, Wilmington MS Spt Gp (910) 383-1368 happyheim@peoplepc.com

Interfaith Refugee Ministry Sarah Kingsley 910-538-0714 skingsley@helpingrefugees.org

Carolina Vocal Arts Ensemble Beverly Cree 910.799.9977 bjcree@gmail.com

Occupy Wilmington NC Roxanne Kirtright 910 380 1690 araweggandastorm@gmail.com

The Friends of the New Hanover County Public Library Ruth M. Brown 910-256-5482 ruthbrown@bellsouth.net

Cape Fear Coalition for a Drug-Free Tomorrow Diane Edwards 962-7432 edwardsd@uncw.edu

The Carousel Center Tira Hanrahan (910) 254 – 9898 ext. 218 tira.hanrahan@carouselcenter.org

Monty’s Home Barb Raab 910-259-7911 info@montyshome.org

Cape Fear Clinic, Inc.  (Formerly Tileston Health Clinic) John Devaney, Executive Director 910-343-8736 jdevaney@capefearclinic.org

American Red Cross- Cape Fear Chapter Wendy Flynn (910) 762-2683 ext 328 flynnw@usa.redcross.org

Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina at Wilmington Jeff Rose 910-251-1465 ext 2205 jrose@foodbankcenc.org

(WRAAP) Wilmington’s Residential Adolescent Achievement Place, Inc. Daryl Dockery 910.392.6007 daryldock@aol.com

Airlie Gardens Flo Berry 910-798-7566 Fberry@nhcgov.com

NC Coastal Federation Ted Wilgis 910-509-2838 tedw@nccoast.org

Phoenix Employment Ministry Don Skinner 910-343-8469 phoenixesw@bellsouth.net

Lower Cape Fear Hospice & LifeCareCenter Tracy Register / Jason Clamme 910-512-7559 or 910-796-7981 tracy.register@lcfh.org or jason.clamme@lcfh.org

Domestic Violence Shelter and Services, Inc. Andrea Stough 910-343-0703 dvoutreach@earthlink.net

Wrightsville Beach Museum of History Madeline Flagler 910-256-2569 wbmuseum@bizec.rr.com

Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) Melissa Clary 910-763-3114 mclary@mdausa.org

Wilmington SCORE Sara Raleigh 910-409-9865 sraleigh@ec.rr.com

Coastal Horizons Center, Inc.  Crisis Intervention Services Julie Ozier, LCSW or   Celine Adair, LMFT (910) 392-6936 jozier@coastalhorizons.org

American Red Cross – Cape Fear Chapter Wendy Flynn 910-762-2683 ext.328 flynnw@usa.redcross.org

Brunswick County Volunteer Center Jayne W. Mathews 910-253-2574 jmathews@brunswickes.com

YWCA Lower Cape Fear Katie Nelson 910-799-6820 ext 104 volunteers@ywca-lowercapefear.org

New Hanover High School Army JROTC LTC James M. Chaffins (910) 520 – 7244 james.chaffins@nhcs.net

Comfort Socks Theresa Tese 9102698577 theresa@comfortsocksonline.org


SEACC (Southeastern Alliance for Community Change) Steve Lee 910-791-4877 seacc1@gmail.com

Brunswick Christian Recovery Center Ouida Hewett 910-842-6017 ouida@atmc.net

OPTIMIST CLUB OF WINTER PARK CHUCK KUEBLER 910-392-7760 charleskuebler@gmail.com

Elderhaus Adult Day Care Trudy Tann (910)251-0660 trudy.tann@elderhaus.com

Brunswick Family Assistance Agency Lora Moree 910-754-4777x 103 lorabfa@gmail.com

Amercan Radio Relay League Glenn Cox 910 431 3875 ke4bmy@hotmail.com

“Bread for Life….” Ministry Claudette Fiskin, MSW 910-343-5276 Bread4life.ministry@gmail.com

Cape Fear Literacy Council Rachel LaCoe 910-251-0911 rlacoe@cfliteracy.org

Canines for Service (formerly Carolina Canines for Service) Laura Kranchalk 910-362-8181 lkranchalk@caninesforservice.org

Pretty In Pink Foundation Joy Wade 910-620-9871 jwade@prettyinpinkfoundation.org

Paws Place Inc.  3701 E. Boiling Spring Rd.  Winnabow, NC 28479 Peggy Durso 910-253-9258 peggydurso@ec.rr.com

New Hanover Regional Medical Center Eileen McConville 815.5317 eileen.mcconville@nhrmc.org

A.R.R.L. The Amercican Radio Relay League Glenn Cox 910 431 3875 ke4bmy@hotmail.com

Cape Fear Volunteer Center Annie Anthony 910-392-8180 cfvcdirector@gmail.com

Wilmington NC Community leaders tackle downtown issues | Wilmington NC real estate

Community leaders tackle downtown issues.

The power breakfast meeting Wednesday with community leaders was held to discuss improving Downtown Wilmington NC.  Most everyone was optimistic on the future of Downtown, but not always on the remedies to the existing problems. 

The panel included Wilmington Mayor Bill Saffo, District Attorney Ben David, William Sharbaugh, chief operating officer of PPD Inc., Chris Boney of Cape Fear Future and David Spetrino, chairman of Wilmington Downtown Inc.

The new convention center is now open and Cape Fear Community College is expanding at a great rate.  This has helped revitalize the area.  Saffo says ” that more needs to be done by the private sector.”

Attorney Ben David discussed the crime in the area and what can be done to bring the rates down.  Education of our young people about getting in trouble is high on David’s list of concerns.  The Dreams Center for Arts is one of the educational programs that was touted.  More cultural centers are needed and that is one area that maybe the private sector could start to help the entire downtown cultural feel. 

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