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Jacksonville Daily News (Newspaper) - July 11, 2015, Jacksonville, North Carolina Quot a confirmed rabies cases Weadon charges in just a five week Span Pender county sees a wave of rabies cases a3 two acc by North Carolina Atco Noi Law enforcement of having stoics gun of work. A4 75t daily 4 thedaus news saturday july la 2015 r i c .1 Jacksonville . In. group Home opens amid opposition by Michael Todd it Felt like a Home inside the dwelling that spurred opposition from Jacksonville administration. Last week a menus rehabilitation Home celebrated its open House in Jacksonville after City officials said the use violates local zoning rules. On july 2, the daily news went to the four bedroom. 1,942-Square-feet Home at 107 Winthrope Way a near Huff drive and about a mile from Western Boulevard a and was welcomed inside by a member of Oxford House a sobriety support nonprofit based in Delaware with More than 1,800 individual rehabilitation Homes according to the nonprofits 2014 annual report. City manager Richard Woodruff on june 3 sent a let ter to Oxford House regional outreach manager John Fox. In that letter Woodruff wrote that he reviewed the group Homes proposed location and determined that the Home a does not meet the separation requirements a for such a use in the area in question. This week. Woodruff told the daily news that a we Are currently mapping that to see Home a a4 this Home at 107 Winthrope Way in Jacksonville opened last week As a dwelling for men in rehabilitation from substance addiction and the Horrye Only has three w additional vacancies according to the Oxford House website. For Nevore information about the residence and the program visit . Photo by John Althouse the daily news Semerau Isle a qh20 enc beaches Quarter by Quarter Chris Johns Rucke Johns owner and founder of qh20 program explains the program to customers at his restaurant in Emerald Isle. Photo by John Sudbrink / the Dally news nonprofit provides clean drinking water through a ii Arter Dona ions by Jannette pippin Emerald Isle i the name has changed but not the Mission. Over the past 5 years a nonprofit organization founded by local restaurant owner Chris Johns has grown Quarter by Quarter As customers have donated to the Mission of providing clean drinking water to the 880 million people around the world who done to have Access to it. Customers who Dine at the Rucke Johns restaurants in Emerald Isle Wilmington and Greenville Are invited to give a Quarter or More if they wish a for a Glass of water to help fund Wells for clean drinking water. To Date donations have totalled More than $160,000, which equates to More than 640,000 quarters. A when you think about each Quarter representing one person that is a lot of people who have participated a Johns said. The concept has remained the same since Day one but the name of the Campaign has transitioned from the we Ater to wine project to qh20, which is administered by the q Mission. Johns said the water to wine name seemed to cause some confusion to people and Johns said they talked to a branding expert about ways to make the name More recognizable to people. While h20 is widely known As the Symbol for water the a Quadd to it is simply for the quarters that Are at the Core of the donations. A we worked with a branding expert and he was for keeping the name As simple As possible making it As simple As the transaction a Johns said. All quarters donated go directly to the clean water projects and qh20 works with partners such As hydrating humanity life water International and sold to underwrite the Wells they build. Qh20 has funded 34 Wells each providing Access to 500-2,500 people in Tanzania Kenya India and other locations. Matt Peterson founder of Winston Salem based hydrating humanity will be visiting the Rucke Johns restaurants in Emerald Isle and Wilmington today to recognize them for their participation and talk to employees about the Impact the qh20 Campaign makes Johns said. Johns said recent projects have provided clean drinking water to schools where students have Access to clean water at school and Are also Able to carry Home water for Home. And having Access to clean water also reduces waterborne diseases so that they Are healthy enough to attend school. A their Home is not Only better because they have clean drinking water but they Are also getting an education a Johns said. Johns said every Quarter counts and he is working to expand the Campaign to other restaurants which he said has been a Challenge. But with 5-years of experience and a track record of completed projects Johns Hopes to generate More interest among area restaurants. A the More restaurants that Are involved we can exponentially collect More quarters to help More people Quot he said. For More info Matin about the Campaign or to join As a partner visit qh20. Erg. Vul rartlysur�4y 9f/74 business b3 cd suited d2 comics. Is entertainment Lott Afy. Oak. A a2 a4 opinion puzzles sports b7 c6 cd fascinating and scan Sharks capture our attention by Tamara Lush associated press Avon i its the Golden hour right before Sunset when the Light is soft and pretty. The landscape looks like a postcard. Tourists stroll kids run. No one is in the water. No one wants to be a feast for a shark. A this is a very Sharky place a mused 56-year-old John Kane As he stood on the Avon pier and stared into the crashing surf. They re out there somewhere in the murky anti freeze Green water. There Are Sharp nose and Black tips bulls and tigers. Maybe even a great White or two if twitter is to be believed. Always lurking always swimming always eating. And too often of late their prey has been human in a 28-Day Span eight people have been bitten by Sharks in North Carolina a new High for the 80 years in which records have been kept. The attacks have spanned a Hundred mile stretch of coastline three of them Alog the Barrier islands of tile outer Banks. Most of the occurred in shallow water. Injuries have ranged widely from an 8-year-old boy who had Only minor wounds to his Heel Imd ankle to at least two others who had limbs amputated. Authorities done to blame the same shark or even the same Type of shark. They struggle to explain the sudden spate of attacks. But there is no need to explain the fascination with this creature or the fear it inspires. A there could be a 10-footer in there a Kane said casually pointing to the dark water under the pier. Kane was hoping to catch a Tarpon or Mackerel. He a fished these Waters for some 30 years. The Only thing he snagged on tuesday afternoon was see Sharks a a7 in this photo taken on tuesday Beac goers avoid the Ocean on a Beautiful summer Day in Avon. In a 28-Day Span. Eight people have been bitten by Sharks in . With three of the attacks happening on the Barrier islands of the outer Banks. Photo by Tamara Lush associated press Halifax Lilii vol. Xiii no. 192 in specializing in Quality a co Rares a Suim my a a so fico Rocto sulcs a run adds. 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