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Lincoln County Schools Top Ten – North Lincoln

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· Kayla Louise Geer, daughter of Tom and Melody Geer, plans to attend North Carolina State University to major in engineering. · Michael Jeffrey Harvey, son of Jeff and Debbie Harkey, plans to attend the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and major in music with a business minor. He…

Saine gets slimed

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Lincoln County Schools Top Ten – West Lincoln

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· Alexis Grace Baker, daughter of Johnny Robert Jr. and Jana Kay Baker, plans to attend St. Andrews Presbyterian College and major in Asian studies. She received the St. Andrews Vardell and General Honors and Patriotic Art scholarships. · Amanda Suzette Beam, daughter of Mr. Darrell Beam and Mrs. Gale…

2007 graduates

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Lincoln Charter School Top Five

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· Erica Lyn Wooten, daughter of Steve and Judy Wooten, is undecided about college plans. She plans to study ministry. · Candace Lauren Dixon, daughter of Michael and Tammy Dixon, plans to attend Oral Roberts University and study international studies. · Sadie Kristin Meeks, daughter of Chris and Teresa Meeks,…

Serving safely

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Around Town 6/8/2007

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JEWELRY/FASHION FUNDRAISER St. Lukes Episcopal Church, 315 N. Cedar St. will be hosting a jewelry and fashion fundraiser 3 – 5 p.m. Sunday Join for fashion, fun, fellowship and door prizes. Call Cindy Gardner (704) 736-1664, or Sherry Hamrick (704) 736-0435. Brings your friends, and don’t miss it. FAMILY REUNION…

Remembering

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What happens in ‘Vegas’ stays in…

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Last Thursday night, members and friends of the Lincoln Economic Development Association (LEDA) took to the waters of Lake Norman for food, fun and a little taste of Vegas. The third annual Stakeholder’s Event, held on a three-level yacht, was a way for LEDA to thank those in the community…

Couple finds joy in sponsoring children

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As sponsors of Lincolnton Optimist teams, Bobby and Carolyn Beam go the extra mile for their players. They’ve taken children to Hickory Crawdads baseball games and had them picked up in limousines after their last game. No matter what, they make sure the players have a good time playing and…