King picked for N.C. Homecoming Queen
Chasity Faith King, daughter of Ronnie and Alisha King of Vale, has been selected North Carolina’s Homecoming Queen. She is the West Lincoln High School Homecoming Queen. Chasity will represent the state of North Carolina at the 32nd Annual America’s Homecoming Queen Selection to be held July 20 through July 24 at the Disneyland Hotel in Anaheim, Calif.
Chasity is also eligible for America’s Favorite Homecoming Queen.
The public may vote for her on the website www.americashomecomingqueen.com.
America’s Homecoming Queen is a nonprofit organization promoting education and community service for high school homecoming queens for 32 years.
Chassanoff to sign self-published book
Bob Chassanoff, a former resident of Iron Station from 1988 to 2000, has self-published a book inspired by Lincoln County titled The Hunt Legacy, now available for download from the Kindle Store on Amazon.com.
The novel is a woman-in-jeopardy thriller about murder, medicine and running a small-town newspaper.
Chassanoff previously won a Flo Robinson Literary Competition award through the Arts Council of Lincoln County.