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The Jacksonville Bead Shop is a place you must visit while in Jacksonville, NC. They are very helpful and filled with everything you need to make that piece of beaded item you have always wanted to make. You can buy your supplies and if you have the instructions of what you want to make, someone is always glad to help you.  The Jacksonville Bead Shop is a place you must visit while in Jacksonville, NC.  They are very helpful and filled with everything you need to make that piece of beaded item you have always wanted to make.  They have items from all over the world.  They have classes on a regular basis.  This is a must see place!  They are also connected to the Antique Mall. 336 Henderson drive Jacksonville, NC 28540

When most people think about quilting, images of delicate grandmothers sipping tea while stitching in a rocking chair may come to mind. This isn’t the case in “All About Quilting”, at 3736 Henderson Drive in Jacksonville, NC. She has a network of women that come together and form a support system at the store from young Marine wives all the way to the experienced quilter.


Coastal Carolina Community College evolved out of a need to provide higher education and training to the people of Onslow County, to improve their quality of life, to help them achieve their dreams, and to make this community a better place to live.

As early as 1957, the State of North Carolina recognized the need to offer additional post-high school education and training for its residents.  By 1962, the General Assembly approved the development of twenty industrial education centers. The next year, the Onslow County Board of Education and the Superintendent of Public Schools, Mr. J. Paul Tyndall, asked the Onslow County Commissioners to purchase forty acres on U.S. Highway 17 to establish an industrial education center as a satellite of the Lenoir County Technical Institute.

The untiring efforts of Representatives Hugh A. Ragsdale and William D. Mills, and Senator Carl Venters , led to the appropriation from the 1965 General Assembly for a separate institution for Onslow County. The North Carolina State Board of Education approved the Onslow Industrial Education Center on July 1, 1965.

Camp Lejeune and Onslow County have come a long way since September 1941 when the 1st Marine Division set up camp in the middle of a sandy pine forest along the Atlantic Seaboard.  Units have trained and deployed around the globe to keep the peace and fight wars.  A tobacco barn, farm house and temporary tent cities have grown into a 244-square mile premier military training facility.  A bond has grown among the Marines, sailors, Coast Guardsmen, family members, military retirees and civilians who have planted the seeds that are making Onslow County grow at an unprecedented rate.  You must visit this website to learn more about Camp Lejeune.

Camp Geiger is a United States Marine Corps base. Although not geographically connected, Camp Geiger is part of the Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune complex, and is home to the United States Marine Corps School of Infantry East for all Marines recruited through the Eastern Recruiting Region. Located off U.S. Route 17 about 10 miles south of Camp Lejeune, it shares the main gate of Marine Corps Air Station New River. It trains approximately 20,000 Marines every year.

Our mission is to provide aviation support and services, facilities and logistics support, security and force protection, and to promote and enhance readiness, sustainment and quality of life for operating forces, tenant commands, military personnel and families.