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Around Town 6/16/2010

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OFFICE MOVES The North Carolina Division of Forestry Office in Lincolnton will be moving to 1305 Receiving Home Court in Dallas. Forest Ranger Elizabeth Snyder can be reached by calling (704) 922-0719 or by mailing Post Office Box 35 in Dallas. PARTNERSHIP MOVES The Partnership for Children of Lincoln &…

Parent company names Brian Center its best for third straight year

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For a third consecutive year, the Brian Center Health & Retirement has earned the Blue Ribbon award, beating 185 other health care facilities in the United States owned by Sava Senior Care. The Brian Center of Lincolnton was presented the honor for 2009, along with $120,000 last month. The facility…

Allied Health alumni

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50th anniversary

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Hutchins, Black Engagement

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Erica Diane Hutchins and Bryan James Black announce their engagement and upcoming marriage. Erica is the daughter of Neil and Diane Hutchins of Lincolnton. She is a 2002 graduate of West Lincoln High School and a 2006 graduate of UNC-Charlotte with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Middle Grades Education.…

Rudisill, Hovis Engagement

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Sarah Frances Rudisill and Jeffrey Dean Hovis, together with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rudisill and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hovis, both of Lincolnton, announce their engagement. The bride-elect is a graduate of Lincolnton High School. She also graduated from Appalachian State University with a degree in Elementary Education…

Marrs, White Engagement

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Tara Marie Marrs and Christopher Neil White announce their engagement and upcoming marriage. Tara is the daughter of Randy and Rosemary Stanley of Lincolnton. She graduated from East Lincoln High School and from UNC Charlotte with a degree in Elementary Education. She is employed by Huntersville Elementary. Chris is the…

Dancing with Lincoln stars

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Law charts new course for N.C. boating safety

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A new law that became effective May 1 is cracking down on boating safety in North Carolina. Anyone under age 26 is required to complete a boater safety education course to operate a vessel with a motor of 10 horsepower or more. Mark Loftin and Steven Simpson, both of the…

Around Town 6/14/2010

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SUMMER READING Summer reading programs for children entering grades entering grades 1-12 will begin today and run through July 31 at all Gaston-Lincoln Regional Library locations. For more information, visit your local library or call 704-868-2164. PARTERSHIP MOVES The Partnership for Children of Lincoln & Gaston Counties has moved to…