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CLUBS, GROUPS DFD BOD meeting The Denver Fire Department’s annual Board of Directors meeting will be 9–10 a.m. Saturday at the DFD headquarters, 3956 N.C. 16. The BOD is expected to discuss next fiscal year’s budget, affecting local fire tax rates. Call (704) 483-5115. Sailing and rowing classes The North…

Around Town 2/4/2009

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LIBRARY CLOSED The Cherryville branch of the Gaston County Public Library will be closed Thursday through Feb.14 for carpet installation. Public service hours will resume Feb. 16 or at the conclusion of the installation project. For more information, call (704) 435-6767 or (704) 868-2164. AUDITIONS The Lincoln Theatre Guild will…

Ribbon cutting

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Five generations

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100th birthday

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New owners to expand marina

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Despite the rough economic waters, three brothers have big plans for a little marina near Denver. After entering a 10-year lease in December on Midway Marina off N.C. 150 in Terrell, brothers Freddie, Jeff and Mark Lancaster said they plan to a remodel the more than 50-year-old dock business, restaurant…

Betterment Association selects board members

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The largest and most active resident’s group in east Lincoln County has added several new faces to its leadership. Now they are aspiring for a louder voice on local issues. Dozens of East Lincoln Betterment Association (ELBA) members voted Thursday at their annual election meeting to usher in five new…

Around Town 2/2/2009

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BLOOD DRIVE The Community Blood Center will host a blood drive from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. Tuesday at the Gaston College Lincoln Campus, 511 S. Aspen St., Lincolnton. QUILT GUILD The Lincolnton Piecemakers Quilt Guild meets 10 a.m. to noon on the first Wednesday of each month at the…

$5,000 donation

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Reading Superbowl

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Iron Station Elementary School kindergarten students enjoy snacks (above) Friday during a Reading Superbowl Party. Combined, kindergartners read a total of 2,015 books with their parents for the week, making them all champions. Class MVP readers were (bottom, right, listed from left) Cameron Kale, Chase Forstson, Morgan Young and Summer…