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Around Town 7/24/2006

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MEETING The LaLeche League will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Lincoln County Health Department. This month’s discussion is overcoming barriers in breast-feeding. The meeting is open to all pregnant and breast-feeding women and their toddlers and babies. LaLeche League meets every fourth Thursday of the month at the…

Competing nationally

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Local athletes from Twist and Tuck Power Tumbling competed in the Junior Olympic National Gymnastic Competition held in Schaumburg, Ill. July 8-15. These athletes hold state, regional and national titles. They are trained by coaches by Rick (above right) and Renee Moody (above left). The athletes are (from left to…

Private club to open at the site of former Rock Garden

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Ralph Rudisill knew he was taking a gamble when he opened Zipper’s Restaurant and Lounge. Now, three years and one successful business later, Rudisill is ready to roll the dice again. On Aug. 5, Rudisill will open the doors on his new venture, Zipper’s Private Club and Sports Bar. It…

Girl Scouts achieving

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Local earns Chapter of the Year Award

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Lincoln County School Nutrition Association members attended the School Nutrition Association of North Carolina’s Annual Conference held in Greensboro. The conference theme was “Riding Waves of Change.” One of the highlights of the conference was the announcement of the State’s Chapter of the Year Award recipient. Jenny Bridges, Lincoln County…

Around Town 7/14/2006

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VOLUNTEERS NEEDED Christian Ministry of Lincoln County needs volunteers who are skilled in roofing or laying ceramic tile. If interested, call John Hall at (704) 748-4961 FRESH PRODUCE NEEDED Christian Ministry of Lincoln County needs fresh produce for their soup kitchen and food pantry. Items can be dropped off from…

EMS looking for home for rescued bird

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A lucky, lost bird landed in the right place at the right time recently. EMS shift supervisor Mike Turner encountered the strange visitor while he enjoyed lunch with colleague Mike Seymour two weeks ago. A yellow bird sat on a fence a few yards away. Seymour had never seen a…

This year`s theater camp theme a marked departure from previous years

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At the Lincoln Theatre Guild Drama Camp, kids get the opportunity to do something that they don’t get to do at home — act out. Over 40 campers are participating in the first week of the camp held at the Denver campus of the Lincoln Charter School. “It’s different from…

90-years-old

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