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Around Town – Church Briefs

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MOVIE NIGHT The Christian Singles Fellowship at Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Lincolnton will host a movie night 7 p.m. Saturday in the fellowship hall. The film “Another Perfect Stranger” will be featured. CHURCH MEETING The Coalition of Churches will meet 7 p.m. Monday, June 9 at the Oaklawn Center. The…

Around Town 6/6/2008

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ANTIQUE CAR EVENT The Freedom Road Rally touring group can be viewed from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at the C. Grier Beam Truck Museum, 111 N. Mountain St., Cherryville. This annual antique car touring event will start and end in Charlotte and will cover roughly 1,200 miles. Participants…

Summer reading kicks off

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Staff at the Charles R. Jonas Library have a few tricks up their sleeves that will keep children reading this summer. “There is no reason for any child not to sign up for our program because every child in the county can afford free,” said Stephanie Osborne, library associate. The…

Murder mystery premieres

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British accents filled the Lincoln Cultural Center’s auditorium Tuesday as actors rehearsed for the Lincoln Theatre Guild’s production of “And Then There Were None.” “It think it is going to do very well,” Annie Bailey, a cast member, said. “This production is more over the top than most.” The play…

Lincoln County Apple Queen Pageant celebrates long history

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The Lincoln County Apple Queen Pageant is celebrating its 30th birthday this year and organizers are hoping a few good young women will come out to compete. “Every year it just gets better and better,” said Rhonda Hunter, president of the Lincolnton Business and Professional Women, which sponsors the pageant.…

Hog Happenin’s lively history

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When Brad Guth, business and community development director for the City of Lincolnton, came to town a decade ago, he brought an idea with him: Hog Happenin’. “Basically, when I came to Lincolnton 10 years ago, we were just looking for another kind of event to do,” Guth said. Guth…

Player says team played with emotion

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East Lincoln senior Katie Reel said the Lady Mustangs soccer team played out this past season a lot like the story of “Rudy.” In fact, the East Lincoln soccer team went to see the real-life Rudy give a motivational speech. “That was definitely a big thing that I’ll never forget.…

Many options for bikers Saturday

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These motorcycles were entered into the 2007 Bike Show. Entry fee into the 2008 Bike Show is $10. LTN File Photo Motorcycle enthusasists will have plenty to do at this year’s Hog Happenin. First up is the 2008 Terrell Camping Center Poker Run, which will begin at 10 a.m. in…

Notable Music gives lessons in all instruments

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“Bringing music to life for everyone” are the words Buffy Macsherry lives by. Macsherry and her husband, Stewart, opened Notable Music in 2006. The Macsherrys and five other instructors teach students of all ages how to play everything from piano to drums. “We try to cover every type of instrument…

Lincoln’s youngest philanthropist?

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Most 6-year-olds probably don’t spend a lot of time thinking about how they can make the world a better place. John Ari isn’t your typical 6-year-old. “When he meets you he will shake your hand and say, ‘Pleased to meet you,’” Hilmi Ari, John’s father said. And it seems the…