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Around Town 8/10/2007

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SPORTS BOOSTERS The North Lincoln High School Sports Boosters will hold a general membership meeting Monday at 7 p.m. in the seminar room. Plans for the upcoming year will be reviewed as well as updates on committee activities. BIBLE SCHOOL Unity Baptist Church, Lincolnton, will hold a game day theme…

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· Lincoln County 4-H’ers received honors at the state presentation competitions during the annual North Carolina 4-H Congress. The Congress was held July 16-20 at North Carolina State University. State Winners were: Holly Mills, 16, daughter of James and Barbara Mills of Belmont, placed fourth in the State 4-H Fashion…

60 years of perfect church attendance

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Nellie Carpenter hasn’t missed a day of church in 60 years. She hasn’t missed a Sunday service because 60 years ago she made a promise to Jesus she would be faithful to the church because he healed her pain. After suffering with a painful blood condition for 21 years, Carpenter…

Freedom Church youth believes in helping others

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While most kids are spending their summer vacations soaking up air conditioning as they lie on the couch watching TV, there’s a group of local teens who found a more productive way to spend at least a part of their summer. The youth from Freedom Church, a relatively new congregation…

Pacesetters strive for the cup

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The 10 organizations stepping up to the plate for this year’s United Way pacesetter campaign have something to strive for. During its kickoff breakfast Wednesday at Carolinas Medical Center-Lincoln, the non-profit unveiled its pacesetter cup, a trophy that will be bestowed upon the winning pacesetter. “We thought it would be…

Around Town 8/8/2007

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SINGING Free Holiness Church of Vale will hold a singing Friday at 7 p.m. at Brookford Community Building. Singers include the Mullen Family, Gary Greene, Darrell McLeymore, and a Blue Grass group, The Followers. All proceeds go to the church. DOG DAYS OF SUMMER Poplar Springs AME Zion Church, 1205…

Scholarship winners

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Playing bluegrass with the big boys

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When a 10-year-old boy sat in on a bluegrass-picking session at First United Methodist Church, his fellow players found it adorable. Ron Ballard, one of the organizers of the bluegrass jam session, thought “Great, we’ll have a kid with us today.” “It soon became apparent we had a bluegrass picker,”…

Fried pies soon available from ECA

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The aroma from the James W. Warren Citizens Center kitchen can transport people back to the days when life was simple and the best sweet from mom’s kitchen was a fried pie. The Lincoln County Extension and Community Association will start selling fried pies August 13-17. Patrons may begin ordering…