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Lincoln Charter School Top Five

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· Erica Lyn Wooten, daughter of Steve and Judy Wooten, is undecided about college plans. She plans to study ministry. · Candace Lauren Dixon, daughter of Michael and Tammy Dixon, plans to attend Oral Roberts University and study international studies. · Sadie Kristin Meeks, daughter of Chris and Teresa Meeks,…

Serving safely

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Around Town 6/8/2007

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JEWELRY/FASHION FUNDRAISER St. Lukes Episcopal Church, 315 N. Cedar St. will be hosting a jewelry and fashion fundraiser 3 – 5 p.m. Sunday Join for fashion, fun, fellowship and door prizes. Call Cindy Gardner (704) 736-1664, or Sherry Hamrick (704) 736-0435. Brings your friends, and don’t miss it. FAMILY REUNION…

Remembering

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Grand opening

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Online college-level courses for Lincoln County Schools high school students?

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Lincoln County Schools students may soon see their class options expand to the virtual world. The Board of Education is considering partnerships with the North Carolina Virtual Public School, University of North Carolina at Greensboro and the NC Community College System to offer online college and high school classes next…

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Beloved minister retires at 70

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The Rev. Fred Falls became a minister for a very simple reason. “I was called,” he said. A minister since 1962, Falls retired this month for an equally simple reason. “At age 70, it’s mandatory,” he said. His congregations at two churches – Crouse United Methodist Church and Pleasant Grove…

Ministry celebrates its 30th year of service

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(This is the first story in a series celebrating Christian Ministry of Lincoln County’s 30th anniversary.) Through 30 years and three different locations, Christian Ministry of Lincoln County has maintained its original mission – to help the less fortunate. “Christian Ministry is God’s ministry,” said Susan Brymer, executive director. The…