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Candlelit ceremony celebrates Christmas

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Candle light and Christmas carols will fill the First United Methodist Church on Sunday evening during its 26th annual Christmas Lovefeast. The Moravian ceremony will feature dieners, or servers, in traditional dress handing out creamy coffee and lovefeast buns. Prayer, singing and the passing of lighted candles complete the evening.…

Lions Club hosts party for blind

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Members of the Lincolnton Lions Club broke bread with Lincoln County residents who are legally blind. Over 100 people were invited to the Saturday afternoon Christmas luncheon. Invited guests were allowed to bring one person with them. Lauren Ashley Elmore (right) invited her grandmother, Faye Warlick. Sarah Grano / LTN…

Students` posters promote peace

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On display at the Charles R. Jonas Library in Lincolnton are the 20 “most-outstanding” entries from Lincoln County in the Lions International Peace Poster Contest. This Year’s theme was “Give Peace a Chance.” Hannah Bunzey, a student at the Denver campus of Lincoln Charter School, received first place for her…

Local author combines scripture and science

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Like many people, Brooks Agnew finds looking up at the stars a spiritual experience. A co-author of the book “The Ark of Millions of Years: New Discoveries and Light on the Creation,” Agnew believes he can tie creationism and evolutionism into one theory using physics and astronomy. “Science does not…

Christmas play teaches lessons

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Behind the scenes of the Lincoln Theatre Guild’s “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever” is a whirlwind of angel wings, choir robes and 35 rowdy children. “Sometimes I don’t feel like I’m a director, I feel like I’m a child wrangler,” said Andrea Tripodi, the play’s director. All this youthful excitement,…

60th Anniversary

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Lincolnton local brings O. Henry to life

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“The Thief, the Chief and the Magi” started out as a one-man radio show and grew into a full blown play complete with ragtime melodies and derby hats. “We’re having a good time with it,” said Barrie Howard, a Lincolnton local who wrote and directed the play. “We’re laughing a…

Scholarship forms available

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Applications are now available for the George A. Stoudemire Memorial Scholarship. Mr. Stoudemire was a former Lincoln County Agricultural Extension Chairman and a highly regarded member of the community for almost 30 years. Scholarships are awarded annually to Lincoln County residents who will be pursuing a degree program at a…

Symphony makes stop in town

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The North Carolina Symphony comes to town on Dec. 9 bringing with it classical music and holiday favorites. The audience even gets a chance to join in on the music. “You sing, and you’re in a crowd that’s celebrating,” said Adair Cantwell, co-president of the Lincoln County chapter of the…

Teenager takes charge of play

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Being directed by a soft spoken 16-year-old, isn’t what most actors expect when entering into a holiday play with a cast of over 50 performers. “It struck me as somewhat funny or unusual at first, but it’s been good,” said Bill Coram, who plays Rev. Hopkins in “The Best Christmas…