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Around Town 2/9/2005

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RETIREMENT CLUB The Oakgrove Retirement Club will meet Thursday, Feb. 10 at 11 a.m. for a luncheon. DANCE/BBQ A benefit for the Lincoln Charter School PTO and Relay for Life will be held at the James W. Warren Citizen Center on Feb. 12. Dinner will be at 5 p.m., gospel…

Lake Calendar

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WESTPORT PRECINCT MEETING A Westport Precinct meeting for the Democratic Party will be held 7 p.m. March 1 at St. Peter by the Lake Episcopal Church. For more information call Jennifer Harkey at 704-489-1996 or Patsy Black at 704-483-3908. LAKE NORMAN DSI PARENT CONNECTIONS Lake Norman DSI Parent Connections, will…

Five Generations

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Around Town 2/7/2005

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CURRICULUM FAIR Lincolnton High School will hold a curriculum fair for parents and students Tuesday from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. in the commons area for rising 9th to 12th graders. The fair will provide more information about upcoming courses. For more information call the school at 704-735-3089. PANCAKE SUPPER…

Within The Week

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The Lincoln Cultural Center is hopping this week with two exhibits celebrating Black History Month. The first, which opened this weekend, is the oil paintings and pastels of noted black artist Nathan Parker. Parker’s images of historical buildings and their modern day counterparts are on show in the Cochrane and…

50th Wedding Anniversary

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Police officer, teacher honored

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Awards given at FOP banquet He is a police officer with an unwavering dedication and passion for the job. She is a teacher who goes the extra mile for her students. Both were honored Thursday by the Lincolnton-Lincoln County Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 85. Dennis Harris, who has been…

Super Bowl Sunday, a time to party

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It’s a national event – sitting on the couch, eating too much and watching a good game of football. On Super Bowl Sunday, almost everyone becomes a football fan, and those who can’t muster up enthusiasm for the game can still enjoy a good party. “What I usually do is…

Arts council celebrates black history

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Oil paintings and pastels by noted black artist Nathan Parker will be on display at the Lincoln Cultural Center starting this Sunday. “He had come with a group of artists before, and we were very impressed with him, so we wanted to give him his own show,” said Mary Jane…

The healing power of touch

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The average American is constantly being pushed to do more, work harder and get things finished faster. For some, a constant state of stress has become the norm. “Our culture feeds off stress, I think,” said Betsy Okonski, a massage therapy student. “Americans work harder and longer than just about…