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Class teaches quilting technique

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The art of sewing and quilting is not lost. Kids can learn a little about sewing and quilting through a Raggedy Reverse Quilting class offered through the Lincoln County 4-H. The class will be taught by the designer of the technique, Kim DeNault. The Raggedy Reverse Quilting technique cuts through…

Projects teach citizenship for Pumpkin Center pupils

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Kim Dodgin is teaching third- and fifth-graders at Pumpkin Center Intermediate School about citizenship through projects for younger children. The third-graders are making a video for the second-graders at Pumpkin Center Primary School to reassure the younger children about moving to “the other side.” The fifth-graders are helping illustrate a…

POETRY COFFEEHOUSE

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Chris Dean / LTN Photos Mikayla McDowell (left), a fifth-grade student in Caroline Cunningham’s class at Kiser Intermediate School, reads one of the poems she wrote for the class’ poetry coffeehouse. Music teacher Leslie Eunis (right) played the guitar as students read. Fifth-grader Amber Alber shows her class a concrete…

Soup Kitchen dinner Thursday

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A $10 spaghetti supper will provide roughly 20 meals for future clients of Christian Ministry of Lincoln County’s soup kitchen. “Every day we see new people and new faces, and this increasingly becomes more so as the economy gets worse,” said Susan Brymer, executive director. The third annual Soup Kitchen…

Papa John’s Pizza opens on N.C. 16

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Leaning on faith
Love blooms in midst of cancer crisis

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Harry and Connie Arthur met, fell in love and were married during Harry’s ongoing fight with cancer. With their two-year anniversary coming up, they still act like newlyweds. “He’s my Prince Charming,” Connie said. Harry, 64, was diagnosed with prostate cancer in November of 2003. Just six months earlier, his…

Educator named honorary survivor

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Joel Heavner knows that there are no sure things when it comes to cancer. Although he’s been cancer-free for four years, he’s not taking anything for granted. “A lot of people, it comes back,” he said. That said, the prostate cancer he had to fight is one of the most…

Community rallied around stylist

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Kristy Smith, an honorary survivor for this year’s Lincolnton Relay for Life, feels compelled to support the cause. A survivor of Hodgkin’s Lymphoma, she knows how important a community can be to recovery. “It’s so great being a part of a small town like Lincolnton when it comes to things…

100th Birthday

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4-H Talent and Fashion Show

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Pictured right are fashion winners Erynn Chambers, who took home first place, and Emily Sherrill, who won second place. Pictured right are fashion junior winners Darlene Mejia, third place; Chelsea Mills, first place and Ruth Perkins, second place.…