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Several events are planned to raise money for the upcoming 2007 East Lincoln Relay for Life. On Saturday, March 17, there will be a Krispy Kreme donut sale at stores throughout the Denver area. Friday March 23, meantime, Webbs Chapel Church is holding a fish fry. Wednesday, March 28 will…

Around Town 3/7/2007

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BLOOD DRIVES West Lincoln High School, 260 Shoal Road will be hosting a blood drive from 8:30 a.m. – 2 p.m. today. North Lincoln High School, 2373 Lee Lawing Road will hold a blood drive 8:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Friday at the school. BENEFIT A benefit for Sharon Crocker,…

Concert Association announces 2007-2008 performance line up

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The Lincoln County Concert Association has announced its 2007-08 season, which includes a pianist, a guitarist, a Prairie Home Companion band and the Glenn Miller Orchestra. “As always, variety is what we’re offering,” said Rick Ramseur, president of the association. “All four acts are very different, very diverse.” The Concert…

Host families sought

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Local families are needed to host Japanese exchange students, ages 12-18, for four weeks this summer as part of a two-way exchange program sponsored by 4-H. The Japanese teenagers will stay with their American host families from July 23 to Aug. 19. The program is open to families with children…

Sewing class planned for children and parents

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The art of sewing is not lost with 4-H. Recently, the 4-H Sew N Sews Club learned how easy it can be to stitch up a pillow with special guest instructor Kim Deneault. Kim, designer of the Raggedy Reverse Applique, has been featured on PBS Creative Living, Fiskars TV, www.QNNtv.com…

Around Town 3/5/2007

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MARINE CORPS LEAGUE The Capt. Jeb F. Seagle Detachment #1265, Marine Corps League will meet on Tuesday, March 6th, at the DAV Hut on Laboratory Rd in Lincolnton at 7:00PM. All Active duty and Honorably Discharged Marines and Navy Fleet Marine Force Corpsmen are invited to attend. BLOOD MOBILE The…

Spotlight — Crowell `carves` career doing what he loves

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When Robert Crowell was 24-years-old, a story about him appeared on the front page of the Lincoln Times-News. The article was about a hang-gliding accident Crowell was lucky to survive. Now, 28 years later, Crowell is newsworthy for a much different reason. The Lincolnton native, who has lived in Boone…

Spotlight – Smoke Free

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Spotlight – New Ladder

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Spotlight — I-Care programs helping youths prepare

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Poverty is an enormous problem in many communities in this country, and Lincolnton is no exception. Thankfully, at least one organization is doing its part to help those living in poverty find ways to improve their lives. A community action agency based in Statesville, I-Care, Inc. serves to assist low…