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Collecting items for Haiti

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Around Town 3/29/2010

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ART CRAWL SURVEY The organizers of the Art Crawl Downtown Lincolnton are interested in receiving feedback from the March 19 event. The survey can be found at www.surveymonkey.com/s/ylz3bpx. REVIVAL Massapoag Baptist Church, located at 2139 Laboratory Road in Lincolnton, will have a revival 7 p.m. tonight through Wednesday. The Rev.…

Lincoln restaurant family opens Maiden Seafood

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Fans of Lincoln Seafood living in the Maiden area will no longer have to travel far to satisfy their hunger. Brothers Mark and Kevin Cox and their cousin Barry Stanley opened Maiden Seafood last month. The Maiden restaurant is the sister eatery of Lincoln Seafood, owned by Mark Cox and…

Race car show

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Around Town 3/26/2010

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DONATIONS The Commandment Keeps Church of the Living God in Lincolnton is asking for donations to raffle for their “Sowing of the Seeds” building fund. For more information or to place a donation, contact Pamela Boston at (704) 240-8146 or pboston1@charter.net. ART CRAWL SURVEY The organizers of the Art Crawl…

Church Activities

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CHOIR PERFORMANCE The adult choir of Boger City Baptist Church will perform ‘There Stands A Cross’ 7 p.m. tonight and 10:30 a.m. Sunday at the church, located at 2201 E. Main St., in Lincolnton. REVIVAL The House of Favor International Ministries, located at 7225 N.C. 10 W., in Vale, will…

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The couple that grows together

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Jack and Colleen Rhyne have tended a garden during every one of their 37 years of marriage. “I think it’s good to be able to do something together, something we both like and enjoy doing,” Colleen said. The couple have lived in a brick house on Wilma Sigmon Road since…

HOME & GARDEN
Staying cool without going broke

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As temperatures get warmer outside, so will the inside of your home unless you take the proper steps to keep it cool. Danny Martin, service manager with Barrett Mechanical in Denver, said a common mistake people make is not having the heating and air-conditioning units inspected annually. “If you don’t…

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Lincoln soil and what grows in it

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Lincoln County, like most of the piedmont region of North and South Carolina, is home to the world’s oldest soil. That’s right. That hard, red clay that most people dread digging through was once very rich in nutrients. “The red clay that you typically see in the South is what…

DAR essay winner

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