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Seasonal cuteness

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During the holiday season, downtown Lincolnton seems to turn into the setting of a Christmas movie. There are carriage rides, beautiful lights, a huge Christmas tree and holiday music playing amongst church bells. I mean, it really is ridiculously cute. It all starts with the parade – that long line…

Cat Square earns name

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How to turn wood into art

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Hand-turned wood shaped into beautiful, sometimes delicate, forms will be featured at the Lincoln Cultural Center throughout this month. The wood sculptures are the work of Lincolnton artist Don Olsen and are featured in “Holiday in the Woods,” which will be on exhibit in the Cochrane and Carolina Mills galleries…

Food service certified

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Around Town 12/7/2005

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SENIOR DANCE The Gaston County Parks and Recreation Department will host a Senior Citizens dance from 6 – 9 p.m. on Friday at the Citizens Resource Center, 1303 Dallas-Cherryville Hwy., Dallas. Doors will not open until 5:40 p.m. and the first 250 people present will be admitted. The cost is…

Lake Calendar

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WAYNE’S FEAST December’s Wayne’s Feast will be at 9:45 a.m. on Friday, Dec. 9 at Captain Pete’s Restaurant in Denver. The featured musical guest is Clint Cartner, musician. The program starts at 10 a.m. Cost is $6 per person. For more information, call Celia or Paul Deese at (704) 483-4355.…

Playing with fire trucks

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Symphony to play favorites

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With a history dating back to the early 19 70s, the North Carolina Symphony’s Christmas visit to Lincolnton is a confirmed holiday tradition. The night includes many elements — classical music and popular carols, children singing in a choir and a sing-a-long for the entire audience, which is always a…

Introducing Helping Hands Health Clinic

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Helping Hands Health Clinic is a Christian clinic in Lincolnton that is free for those who qualify for services. We operate with approximately 120 volunteers and five part-time staff members. We serve adults between the ages of 19 and 64 who do not have Medicaid, Medicare or private health insurance.…

Biking for the season

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Afterwards, members sang Christmas carols at the Moose Lodge for children and their parents and children such as 4-year-old Donald Harkey received presents from Santa. Chris Dean / LTN Photo…