Wrightsville Beach Oyster Roast Postponed Until Fall

From the Wrightsville Beach Museum:

Wrightsville Beach Museum is more than a landmark–we’re a community. As the COVID-19 outbreak continues, we are reminded of the legendary strength and preservation of the town we call home. Prioritizing the health and happiness of our patrons, volunteers, and supporters, the Museum is carefully monitoring the safety measures recommended by health experts across the nation.

With the release of the most recent information and analysis on COVID-19, we have elected to postpone this year’s Oyster Roast.

We thank all of you for the support and excitement already invested in this popular event. WBM, Intracoastal Realty, and TowneBank Mortgage look forward to hosting the oyster roast this fall. We invite our supporters to join us on November 6, 2020, to enjoy the same delicious food, ocean views, and warm company in a new season.

We will hold reservations for ticket-holders for the new date. However, we understand if participants are unable to join us in November, and for those folks we offer alternative options.

If ticket-holders would like to consider their ticket cost a donation to the Museum, we will issue a donation receipt. WBM also offers full refunds as needed.

We ask that ticket-holders complete the form at this link so that the Museum staff can act accordingly based on your preferences.

As of right now, the Museum is open normal business hours with exciting developments on the horizon, such as the opening of the Bordeaux Cottage this May and the beginning of Camp Christ Stone! We will provide further updates as they come.

We will continue taking additional precautionary measures by more frequently cleaning our space, especially high-touch areas. Hand sanitizer and Clorox wipes are provided for visitor use, and our staff have been instructed to stay home if they feel ill. We respectfully ask that visitors do the same. 

If you have any questions, please direct them to Madeline Flagler by calling (910) 256-2569 or by emailing wbmuseum@bizec.rr.com. We send our deepest gratitude for your continued support of our mission to preserve the history of Wrightsville Beach and of those who have made it the beautiful, thriving place it is today. We wish everyone healthy weeks ahead.

Agents Recognized at Cape Fear CREW 2020 Awards

Intracoastal Realty agents Stephanie Lanier, David Stuart, and Kelly Stuart were recognized during the Cape Fear chapter of Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) 2020 Awards Banquet at the Wilmington Convention Center on Thursday, February 27th. The awards, which focus on the rapidly growing commercial real estate sector, recognize excellence and leadership in commercial real estate in the Cape Fear Region.

Career Advancement for Women
The Career Advancement for Women Award was presented to Stephanie Lanier, the lead agent for the Lanier Property Group at Intracoastal Realty. The award recognizes a company or individual who consistently exemplifies Cape Fear CREW’s commitment to elevating the status of women by supporting the advancement of the careers of women, and who has shown leadership in encouraging and promoting women within the leadership team.

Stephanie founded and leads The Inspiration Lab, a community of women who want to grow personally and professionally through teaching, tools and socializing events multiple times a month. With over 300 women as members, The Inspiration Lab is the largest women’s professional development group in Wilmington. A nationally celebrated speaker on the topics of real estate, self-care, and marketing, Stephanie hosts an annual women’s conference with more than 325 attendees focused on elevating the status of women as speakers and panelists. Many of the speakers from last year’s conference have gone on to paid speaking engagements after getting their start at The Inspiration Lab.

Member of the Year and Lifetime Achievement
In addition to the Cape Fear CREW Awards, the organization was joined by The Realtors Commercial Alliance of Southeastern North Carolina to present their Member of the Year award to Kelly L. Stuart of Carolinas Commercial Real Estate Team at Intracoastal Realty and their Commercial Lifetime Achievement Award to David H. Stuart (also Kelly’s father and business partner).

About Cape Fear CREW and CREW Network
The Cape Fear chapter of Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW), with more than 50 members from a wide array of commercial real estate interests, has as its mission to advance the success of women in commercial real estate. CREW Network is the affiliated national association which represents over 11,000 women in commercial real estate in chapters across more than 70 major markets in the United States and Canada. For more information on the Cape Fear chapter, including membership and sponsorship information, visit the Cape Fear CREW website at https://www.capefearcrew.org and follow us on Facebook @CapeFearCrew.