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Around Town 3/9/2005

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DEMOCRATIC MEETING The Lithia Precinct Democratic Party will meet Monday, March 14 at 7 p.m. at the home of Dr. John Gamble, 2101 Country Club Road. BFI GRANT APPLICATIONS The Lincoln County BFI Grant Board is accepting applications for grants to non-profit groups and other eligible agencies. Deadline for the…

Dance All Stars

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Bundle of fur fun

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Recording visions from God

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When Nancy Grigg first started experiencing Biblical visions, she wrote them down and hid the writings under her pillow. Now, 14 years after her initial vision, Grigg is publishing a book. “I kept it secret for a long time, and I just feel like God didn’t want me to keep…

Student-made electric car heads toward the finish line

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Students from the Lincoln County School of Technology will join hundreds representing four southern states in Wake County for the annual Electric Vehicle Challenge Final One of the most exciting components of the high school program is the student design and construction of a street-legal electric vehicle, which will be…

Child advocacy center promoted by local leaders

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Nurses, teachers and agency leaders met Tuesday morning with one goal in mind – to create an accredited Children’s Advocacy Center in Lincoln County. “It can be done,” said Cathy Purvis, executive director of CAC of North Carolina. “That’s the nice thing – it’s been done all kinds of places.…

Around Town 3/7/2005

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MEETING POSTPONED The Lincoln County Democratic Party meeting scheduled for Tuesday will be postponed due to precinct meetings. UDC MEETING The UDC will meet at Memorial Hall Tuesday, March 8 at 7:00 p.m. SENIOR CITIZENS MEETING The Iron Station Senior Citizens will meet Wednesday at 12 p.m. at Ironton Presbyterian…

Relay for Life

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Horse owners to vote

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Horse and other equine animal owners will vote across the state on March 9 to determine whether to continue to voluntarily assess themselves $2 per ton of commercial horse feed in order to provide funds to promote the interests of the horse industry. Jeff Carpenter, Area Extension Livestock Agent, says…

ELFD to hold golf fund raiser

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The East Lincoln Fire Department will hold its third annual Golf for Life on Monday, March 21 at Cowan’s Ford Country Club with all proceeds benefiting Relay for Life. The cost is $60 per person, four-person team. There are no handicaps and play is Captain`s Choice. Shotgun start at 11…