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PROBUS CLUB The Probus Club of Lake Norman will host an identity theft speaker on Sept. 20. Lt. Leroy Buff will speak. The meeting will take place at Lake Norman Lutheran Church on N.C. 16. Social time will begin at 10 a.m. Guests are welcome. For more information contact club…

Around Town 9/14/2005

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PAGEANT The Mrs. America Pageant, held over the weekend in Palm Springs, Calif., will be shown tonight at 8 on the WE channel. Kelly Sommers of Lincolnton represented the state as Mrs. North Carolina.. LUNCHEON McKendree United Methodist Church, 3537 Maiden Highway, will offer lunch from 11:45 a.m. to 1:30…

Special Olympics needs volunteers

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Special Olympics North Carolina will return to Winston-Salem for the 2005 SONC Fall games held Nov. 4 – 6. An estimated 800 volunteers are needed for positions. Some volunteers are needed for sport-specific roles like officiating, scorekeeping and line judging. Others are needed for volunteer check-in, family hospitality or to…

Lions Club accepting glasses, hearing aids

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The Lincolnton Lions Club is collecting useable eyeglasses and hearing aids throughout Lincoln County. The club is accepting prescription glasses of all shapes and sizes in wearable condition; non-prescription glasses; glasses for infants, adults and children; and used recyclable hearing aids in all styles. Due to state and federal public…

Around Town 9/12/2005

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LINCOLN COUNTY DEMOCRATS The Lincoln County Democratic Party will host an official Executive Committee meeting and general party meeting on Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at the East Lincoln Community Center. A low cost dinner will be provided and a cake auction will follow the meeting. The public is welcome to…

Leadership Lincoln 2005-2006

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Various members of this year’s class. Chris Dean / LTN Photo…

Horse happy

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A twist of fate has landed an Iron Station equestrian on the cover of a national magazine. Appaloosa Horse Journal’s September issue features East Lincoln High School senior Mariah Bell and her horse, Dovie. “Of course I don’t have the cutest look on my face, but I was jumping a…

BMX champion

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Over $200k in grants awarded

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Two local fire departments recently received federal grants. The Hugh’s Pond Volunteer Fire was awarded $124,076 by the 2005 Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program. The Lincolnton Fire Department received $81,244. The program is administered by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. Thousands of fire departments throughout the country are benefiting…

Want to help Katrina victims?

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Below is a list of agencies, churches and other organizations that are mounting efforts to help Hurricane Katrina victims. The Lincoln Times-News will run this list at least once per week for the time being. If you know of or are part of a group that is not listed, please…