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68th Anniversary

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ECA Achievement Night

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Extension Community Association members met Tuesday night for a banquet. Club members enjoyed dinner and the comedy of Jim Smith. Outstanding Club Member award winners included Rebecca Kaylor of the Lowesville Club, Lucille Johnson of the North Brook II Club, Mickey Sigmon of the Boger City Club, Edith Martin of…

Wax museum comes to life

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S. Ray Lowder Elementary School became a chaotic scene of famous historical figures and modern day heroes on Wednesday afternoon. Third-grade students in the school’s “wax museum” put on costumes and belted out biographies to anyone who wanted to listen. “I think it’s a great experience,” said Emily Whitener, an…

Vocal competition brings in talent

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The Heafner/Williams Vocal Competition starts out with nine hopeful, bright-eyed singers. Over the course of a weekend that number gets whittled down and in the end there can be only one. This weekend marks the third year of the competition that kicks off Friday night at the Lincoln Cultural Center.…

50th Anniversary

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Springtime turns out boaters

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LAKE NORMAN – With spring fever in the air, many boaters are setting sail on Lake Norman. That means that boating season is almost here. Before hitting the lake, make sure to be prepared and know the boating rules. Although boating season does not officially start until Memorial Day, Lincoln…

Relayers share hope for a cure

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The word “HOPE” was spelled out with luminaries at Friday night’s sixth annual East Lincoln Relay for Life event. As the cancer survivors made their first lap around the track at East Lincoln High School, the word hope changed to “CURE.” That’s what it was all about: hope for a…

Lake Calendar

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BOATING SCHOOL CLASSES A safe boating school class will be held April 16 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Kings Point Marina. For more information call 704-587-0325 or visit www.lmservice.org. ROCK SPRINGS FESTIVAL The Rock Springs Festival will take place Saturday, April 16 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.…

Around Town 4/13/2005

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HAMBURGER/HOT DOG SALE The West Lincoln High School Varsity cheerleading team will have a hamburger and hot dog sale at the Winn-Dixie on N.C. 27 West from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. Saturday. For more information call (704) 735-4545. YARD/BAKE SALE Bethel United Methodist Church will hold a yard/bake sale…

President`s items now on display

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The Lincoln Cultural Center’s latest exhibit, “Hail to the Chief” offers an inside look at the lives of American presidents. The exhibit, which runs through Sunday, has presidential memorabilia dating from the 1700s to modern day. “I think there’s always an interest in history, especially in Lincoln County,” said Valerie…