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Bible Drill Team

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Around Town 3/24/2006

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CONSIGNMENT SALE Denver UMC, 3910 N.C. 16, will hold a children’s consignment sale from 7:30 a.m. – 2 p.m. Saturday. Proceeds go to children’s ministries. For more information, contact Allison at (704) 483-6378. MOVIE Mount Zion Baptist Church, 112 Mt. Zion Church Road, Cherryville, will show the third movie in…

`A Taste of Judaism`

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Fine dining comes to familiar Denver restaurant

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Lake Cottage Restaurant and Catering, formerly Westlake Restaurant, reopened Thursday with a new name, several new menu offerings and a new chef. Chef Jeanette Barbagli (left photo) stirs homemade Italian sauce in the kitchen. Barbagli, a Lincoln County native, has 24 years experience in the food industry and has spent…

Around Town 3/22/2006

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LUNCH Marvin United Methodist Church on Startown Road will have a chicken pie and ham lunch from noon – 1 p.m. Sunday. Lunch will include a main dish, vegetables, salads, casseroles, beverage and desserts. Carry-out plates will be available. The lunch will benefit United Methodist Women projects and Relay for…

Musicians, dancer make up Concert Association’s new season

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The Lincoln County Concert Association has announced its 2006-07 line up just in time for its annual membership campaign. The four-performance season includes a string quartet, folk singer, harpist and Chinese contortionist. Rick Ramseur, president of the association, hopes Lincoln County residents make time to attend. There’s nothing like a…

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Home school students dine at Ethiopian restaurant

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Three area homeschooling families recently experienced authentic Ethiopian culture by visiting The Blue Nile, an authentic Ethiopian Restaurant in Harrisonburg, Va.while on a fun and educational vacation. Following Ethiopian tradition, the group sat in a circle on stools around the serving area. Ethiopian cuisine is served on platters, “family style,”…

Taekwon-do more than a martial art

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Discipline and concentration in the martial art of taekwon-do is important. For parent Lori Ann Fortkort of Denver, discipline is especially important. Two of her three sons – Albert and Jacob – are autistic. Fortkort has been bringing her three sons to the C. Moran School of Taekwon-do in Denver…

DABA members encouraged to participate in events

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A crowd of around 40 people gathered, laughed and networked over pizza and salad at the monthly Denver Area Business Association (DABA) meeting held Thursday at Georgio`s Restaurant, N.C. 16, Denver. During the meeting, DABA member Joe DiPento pointed out that there was a “cross pollination” of leadership from Lincoln…