Bald Head Island Limited Donates Awards to
Brunswick Teacher of the Year

Press Release

April 21, 2005 – Bald Head Island, North Carolina (NC) – Bald Head Island Limited, the development company for Bald Head Island, announced that it will donate a three-day/two-night vacation on Bald Head Island to the Brunswick County Teacher of the Year. Bald Head Island Limited will also present a $250 award to Teachers of the Year from Southport Elementary, South Brunswick Middle School and South Brunswick High Schools. The award is intended for supplies and equipment that the individual instructor deems to be important to their curriculum. This marks the second year Bald Head Island Limited has contributed to the Teacher of the Year Celebration.

“We are pleased to support these outstanding teachers for the important work they’re doing in the classroom,” said Kent Mitchell, president and CEO of Bald Head Island Limited “We hope our contributions can be used to enhance the learning experience of their students.”

The recipients of the Teacher of the Year awards will be announced at the Teacher of the Year Celebration on April 29 at The Isles Restaurant in Ocean Isle Beach. The celebration is an annual event hosted by the Brunswick County Association of Educators to honor and reward one teacher from each school for excellence in service. The Brunswick County Association of Educators is a non-profit organization comprised of approximately 600 Brunswick County educators that sponsors events that improve education in the county.

Bald Head Island is a vacation and second-home destination located two miles off the southeastern coast of North Carolina. Bald Head Island is a 20-minute ferry ride from Indigo Plantation and Marina in Southport, NC. Open to the public, the island features 800 homes, including condominiums and single-family residences, and nearly 200 year-round residents. The island also includes a 10-acre marina and a championship golf course in one of the East Coast’s most pristine cape island environments. Of the island’s 12,000 acres, 10,000 acres of beaches, salt marsh and maritime forest are protected and will remain undeveloped. To experience the exceptional nature of Bald Head Island, visit


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