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Around Town 5/19/2006

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LUNCHEON McKendree United Methodist Church, 3537 Maiden Hwy. will have a luncheon Sunday from 11:45 a.m.-1:30 p.m. The menu is chicken pie, baked ham, vegetables, salads, homemade biscuits and desserts. Take out orders are available. Donations will be accepted for the Building Fund. For more information, call (704) 735-4062. HEALTH…

Around Town 5/17/2006

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QUILTERS The Lincoln Quilters will meet at 7 p.m. Thursday the James W. Warren Citizens Center. The program will be by Debra Hisson on quilting rulers, hints and tips. Guests are always welcome. PANDEMIC FLU CLASS A Pandemic Flu Class will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. at the EMS…

Foster parenting – a challenge and joy

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Tonya and Jerry Curtis knew foster parenting would be difficult before they started. The Vale couple had considered their options, taken classes and talked to others who had been through the process. They knew they wanted to eventually adopt, and this was the path they chose to do it. That…

65th anniversary

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91st birthday

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Voluntary water conservation requested

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Lincoln County has received information from Duke Power concerning the water levels and flows in the Catawba-Wateree Lake system, which is the source of our drinking water supply. Duke has provided information about the amount of usable water storage that is available in their reservoirs, the water flows in certain…

Green thumbs

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Denver, Charlotte churches learn Dead Sea Scrolls background

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Over 80 people from Charlotte and Denver churches packed the banquet facilities of the Dunhill Hotel in uptown Charlotte to hear a presentation on the background of the Dead Sea Scrolls. The standing-room-only crowd heard three graduates of Columbia International University (CIU), who presented information on the geography of where…

Tradition of quality continues at Black’s Produce

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For Denver native Reid Black, produce has been a way of life. His father, Charles, started selling produce in 1960 from his farm in eastern Lincoln County. Now Black and his brother, Dale, own and operate the family business, Black’s Produce, on N.C. 16 in Denver, as they have done…

Love for motorcycles and food behind new Denver restaurant

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It’s not heard to imagine the opening strains of “Born to Be Wild” racing through one’s head as one opens the door and enters the latest business to make the scene on N.C. 16 in Denver, AlleyCat Biker Junction. And that rumbing sound you might hear won’t be engines revving…