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DABA fireworks July 7 at ELHS

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For the seventh year in a row, east Lincoln will be treated to a spectacular display of fireworks and a great evening of fun for the whole family. The Denver Area Business Association (DABA) Fireworks Festival will take place at East Lincoln High School on Saturday, July 7 beginning at…

Birdman Dave wows ’em at “Get a Clue” presentation

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Birds both large and small entertained a group of Denver children when Birdman Dave came to Rock Springs Elementary School. “It’s really big!” Christa Reilly, 8, said when Belle, a macaw, was brought out. The event was part of “Get the Clue Summer Reading Program,” in which all Gaston and…

A high ‘frying’ success

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Grand opening

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Around Town 6/27/2007

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YARD SALE The American Legion Auxiliary Inside Yard Sale, 1120 N. Aspen St. runs 7 a.m. – noon Friday. Hot dogs will also be sold. All proceeds go to veterans. CAR WASH God’s Filling Station is having a car wash 9 a.m – 2 -p.m. Saturday at Advance Auto Parts,…

Around Town 6/25/2007

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PRESCHOOL Redemption Outreach Center Christian Academy is now enrolling for preschool. Call (704) 735-1294/(828) 455-4591. CONCERT AT McGUIRE The Charlotte Symphony Orchestra will present a free Summer Pops concert featuring patriotic music on Thursday, June 28, on the lawn outside the Energy Explorium at Duke Energy’s McGuire Nuclear Station. Performance…

4-H Summer Ventures

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New graduates

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Around Town 6/22/2007

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BIBLE SCHOOL Friendly Chapel Baptist Church, N.C. 150, Maiden will hold Vacation Bible School 6 – 8:45 p.m. June 24 – 28. This year’s theme will be “Heavy Metal Training for Soldiers of Christ.” Call (704) 483-6013. LUNCH There will be a country buffet lunch at Davids Chapel United Methodist…

Starting over at age 44 in new career not for the timid

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It takes a lot of guts to go back to school when you haven’t been in a classroom in over two decades. It’s just as big of a risk to start your own business at the age of 44. Billy Wilson of Lincolnton has done both. Wilson used to work…