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Brunswick County is home to us. As many of you know, we are a small, local business and Brunswick County is where we live. The things that affect you matter to us in a real way. This means that South Brunswick Magazine isn’t a business, it’s a passion. We love living here, and hope you do, too!

We had a lot of fun this year sharing unique stories in our magazines and here on our website.

To end another wonderful year of Southern Brunswick County life, we thought it would be fun to take a look back at 2017 to see what your favorite articles were.

Based on your comments, calls, shares, and input, these were our top 5 articles of 2017:

  1. The Holden Beach Boat the Southern Lady and Her Story. When did Southern Lady, which is seen from the Holden Beach bridge, become part of the landscape? Rumors circulate that the owner has died and a lawsuit is pending – is this true?
  2. Love Where You Live: The Story Behind “Beaches of Brunswick County.”  It was Bronstein’s passion for the place she’s now called home for nearly a decade that inspired her to create the resource so many now know and love called, “Beaches of Brunswick County.”
  3. Meet Ed Lemon, New Chairman of the Brunswick County School Board. As the new Chairman of the Brunswick County Board of Education, Ed Lemon’s goal is to get all kids prepared for future success.
  4. Shallotte’s Southern Charm and Scott’s Family & Farm. With Southern Charm Co. and Scott’s Farm & Family, two families have brought new life to two old properties in the heart of town.
  5. Waterfront Seafood Shack in Calabash Delivers Dreams. “Our business has grown over the years to fill small niches the community has requested. We’re a team of great people.”

This list shows how much folks in South Brunswick County support their community. We love to read what our neighbors are doing and celebrate their success.

Thank you for your ideas, comments, and input. They help us do what we do so keep them coming. We’re looking forward to a bigger and even better 2018.

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Allison is a writer who relocated to Leland from Chapel Hill with her husband and two sons. After a career in content marketing and overseeing the launch of the NC Blogger Network, she was excited to find a career with the Magazines that merges her passions: journalism and online content to enhance community. Her creative writing essays have appeared in places such as New York Times, Washington Post, Today's parenting, Redbook, Verily Magazine, Women's Running, Role Reboot, elephant journal and numerous print anthologies, such as Chicken Soup for the Soul and Double Bind (a Norton anthology). Allison loves watching her sons play on the beach and paddling the river behind their house.

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