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WAYNE’S FEAST Celebrating their 11th year, November’s Wayne’s Feast will be at 9:45 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 11 at Captain Pete’s Restaurant in Mooresville. The featured musical guest is Dennis Benton from Westport Baptist Church. For more information, call Celia or Paul Deese at (704) 483-4355. MONSTER MAYHEM Lincoln County…

Around Town 10/26/2005

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YARD SALE There will be a yard sale to benefit hurricane disaster relief from 8 a.m. – noon on Saturday in the fellowship hall of Boger City United Methodist Church. Proceeds will go to the United Methodist Committee on Relief. Items include kitchen equipment, furniture, electronics, baby crib and more.…

‘Psycho’ set for Halloween eve

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The Lincoln Cultural Center’s “Movies on Main” classic movie series will kick off its inaugural season at 3 p.m. Sunday with a free one- time screening of the Alfred Hitchcock thriller “Psycho.” The movie, which stars Janet Leigh and Anthony Perkins, marks the first film shown in the Timken Performance…

Diabetes fair raises awareness of the disease

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Richard Neybert has lived with diabetes for the past 8 or 9 years, where he’s taken oral medication to offset high blood sugar. While diabetes can be caused by poor lifestyle choices, Neybert’s diabetes was hereditary. “My parents and siblings have it,” he said. According to statistics from the Diabetes…

Women’s health fair

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Those attending DABA networking lunch pleased

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The Denver Area Business Association (DABA) held its second and final networking luncheon of the year Thursday at Verdict Ridge Country Club in Denver. DABA President Andrew Johnson called the luncheon successful. “We had 77 people attend, about 10 more than the first one we held in April,” he said.…

Denver businesses reaction to Wal-Mart pro and con

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Business owners and operators in eastern Lincoln County have surprising reactions to county commissioners’ 4-1 vote that now brings a new 203,000-square-foot Wal-Mart Supercenter to the N.C. 73/16 intersection. Harry Heesch, who owns Fine Frames, a custom-frame shop located in the Food Lion Shopping Center, is glad Wal-Mart was approved.…

Around Town 10/24/2005

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HALLOWEEN BINGO The Lincoln County Senior Center Halloween Costume Bingo will take place Oct. 28 from 3-5 p.m. Bring a friend or a ghost with you. You do not have to wear a costume. Please call (704) 732-9053 to register. CHRISTMAS PARADE High Shoals’ third annual Christmas Parade will be…

Chamber Fall golf outing, held at Verdict Ridge, deemed successful by all golfers

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The Lincolnton-Lincoln County Chamber of Commerce held its Fall membership golf outing Oct. 19 at Verdict Ridge Country Club. Ninety-three members and guests signed up to play in this year`s outing. Winning teams at the outing are as follows: First place went to the team of Brad Simmons, Todd Lautenheiser,…

New ministry focuses on letters

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The ministry “Letters from Dad” was born during the aftermath of a death. George Vaughn, the ministry’s creator, was cleaning out his father’s house and putting things in order when he came across a tackle box. Inside, there were rusted fishing hooks and rotted fishing line. His first instinct was…