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Tables parade helps youth at Hill’s Chapel

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There’s a parade coming to Hill’s Chapel United Methodist Church, but it won’t be the kind with marching bands and floats. The church, located on N.C. 16 in Lowesville, will have its second annual Parade of Tables at 11:30 a.m. Saturday. “A Parade of Tables is something our church sponsors,”…

Around Town 4/14/2008

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LHS OPEN HOUSE Lincolnton High School will host an open house at 6:30 tonight in the new gymnasium. There will be a presentation on the school bond referendum, and parents will be able to pick up report cards. For more information, contact Lincolnton High School at (704) 735-3089. OBAMA SPEAKER…

A new beginning

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50th Anniversary

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Roy and Shelby Messer Coffey celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary March 23. They were honored at a reception March 22 at First Baptist Church. Their children, Brenda Coffey and Alan Coffey and his wife, Rita Sipe Coffey, all of Lincolnton, hosted the event. They are the grandparents of Hannah Coffey,…

Bond would help Kiser, Love, Union

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The proposed school bond referendum would grant a total of $665,000 to Kiser Intermediate, Love Memorial Elementary and Union Elementary. Although these schools would receive far fewer funds than many other schools in the district, principals said they are excited about the possibility of any upgrades. Kiser will receive a…

ROTC students at West Lincoln go to boot camp

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Navy ROTC students at West Lincoln High School recently had a true military experience: boot camp. From March 24 to 28, students traveled to the Marine base at Parris Island, S.C., to “play war games,” as their instructor, Lt. Cmdr. Karl Jordan, put it. “We pretty much got treated like…

Signed on, and with passion

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Charles Mize’s passion for computers was born out of another passion. “I was looking for a computer because I always loved to write,” Mize said of his first foray into the world of modern technology. Mize, president of the Computer Users Group of Lincolnton, recalls looking for a computer at…

Education Briefs

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PALADIN SALES DOWN The 2007-08 ‘Paladin,’ North Lincoln High School’s nationally acclaimed yearbook, is available, and sales are at an all-time low. Books are preordered and can be purchased from any yearbook staff member in the yearbook room for $75. The staff member who sells the largest number of yearbooks…

Reach Out Poker Run to benefit orphanages

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On April 19, bikers will ride from Gastonia to Blowing Rock to help kids they’ve never met in countries they’ve probably never been to. Reach Out Orphanage Ministries will hold its first Reach Out Poker Run Saturday, April 19, with funds raised going to orphanages in Honduras and Nepal. “It…

Property owners complain to board

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More than a dozen eastern Lincoln County homeowners turned out to a Monday meeting of the Lincoln County Board of Commissioners to air frustrations about recent property value increases that will result in higher taxes. As part of a state mandate, Lincoln County in January reappraised all property in Lincoln…