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Around Town 3/26/2010

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DONATIONS The Commandment Keeps Church of the Living God in Lincolnton is asking for donations to raffle for their “Sowing of the Seeds” building fund. For more information or to place a donation, contact Pamela Boston at (704) 240-8146 or pboston1@charter.net. ART CRAWL SURVEY The organizers of the Art Crawl…

Church Activities

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CHOIR PERFORMANCE The adult choir of Boger City Baptist Church will perform ‘There Stands A Cross’ 7 p.m. tonight and 10:30 a.m. Sunday at the church, located at 2201 E. Main St., in Lincolnton. REVIVAL The House of Favor International Ministries, located at 7225 N.C. 10 W., in Vale, will…

HOME & GARDEN
The couple that grows together

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Jack and Colleen Rhyne have tended a garden during every one of their 37 years of marriage. “I think it’s good to be able to do something together, something we both like and enjoy doing,” Colleen said. The couple have lived in a brick house on Wilma Sigmon Road since…

Long, Philbeck Wedding

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Jennifer Elizabeth Long and Jonathan Michael Philbeck exchanged marriage vows August 8, 2009 at Back Creek Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church in Charlotte. Rev. Wayne Frazier officiated the 5 p.m. ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Morris McKinley Long and Linda Wester Long of Denver. Grandparents are the late Mary…

DAR essay winner

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Fourth generation Master Mason

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Fighting allergies by satisfying my sweet tooth

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I am hoping local honey will perform a miracle on my body. Allergy season is upon us, which means coughing, sniffling and sinus pressure is upon me. It’s all highly annoying. When I first started having allergies in my early 20s, I simply ignored them. I rode with the windows…

Nelson wrestles his way to NC championship

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PUMPKIN CENTER — Never before has the North Lincoln program seen a wrestler of junior Jake Nelson’s caliber. In the young program’s career, Nelson has quickly defined himself as one of the best in his sport. “For him to be at this level is not a surprise,” North Lincoln Knights…

Denver church dramatizes Last Supper

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Denver United Methodist Church is bringing one of the most famous biblical scenes to life for the upcoming Easter holiday. The “Living Last Supper” is based on Leonardo da Vinci’s 15th-century mural painting. The painting represents a scene of The Last Supper, when Jesus Christ announces one of his Twelve…

Boater’s Diner draws on owner’s travels

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A boater that has traveled all over the world has brought his homestyle cooking to Denver. Don Kierce opened Boater’s Diner last month in a building that has been many different businesses throughout the year. But Kierce wants folks to know he plans on sticking around for the long haul.…