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QUILTING CLASS One six hour class will be held from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. on Saturday, May 7 to make a New York beauty wallhanging. Cost is $45. For more information contact the Quilter’s Haven at (704) 483-5999. EAST LINCOLN COMMUNITY GARDEN CLUB The East Lincoln Community Garden Club…

Around Town 5/4/2005

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GOSPEL SINGING A gospel singing will be held featuring Real Faith at Horseshoe Lake Road in Lincolnton at 7 p.m. on Saturday. Everyone is welcome. NARFE MEETING The Lincoln County Chapter of the National Association of Retired Federal Employees will meet at 11:30 a.m. on Tuesday, May 10 at Ryan’s…

Taking Christ to the open road

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Strapping on a pair of boots, putting on a leather jacket and taking to the road on a motorcycle can be a spiritual experience. “To me, I see the beauty of what God has created everywhere, from the wind to the smell of the flowers,” said Shirley Morris, a Christian…

All that jazz

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Student singers

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Around Town 5/2/2005

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DAV VAN The Disabled American Veterans Mobile Service Van will be at the Lincolnton County DAV hut, 2130 Laboratory Road, from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. today. National Service representatives will be on hand to answer any questions concerning DAV benefits, to assist in appealing claims and to brief anyone…

Within the Week

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Friday is one of the biggest days of the year for the town of Lincolnton. “Relay for Life,” the signature fund-raising event for the American Cancer Society, will take place at the Lincolnton High School football stadium. Fundraisers have been hard at work since January, collecting money for the cause.…

West JROTC students recognized

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West Lincoln High School JROTC students who went above and beyond regular duties were honored Saturday at the Blue and Gold Ceremony. “Every program is the same way – you have some that just take the class, then you have others where it almost becomes their whole life,” said Lt.…

Starting off the strawberry season

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Strawberries have just come in season, and people can’t get enough. “You can’t keep them on the shelves,” said Jeff Crotts, who runs Knob Creek Orchard and Creamery in west Lincoln. “We run out everyday.” The season won’t peak until mid-May, but that doesn’t mean people aren’t getting their fill…

Fantastic 4-H fashion

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Members of the 4-H club strutted their stuff down the runway on Tuesday night in handmade clothes. “The goal of the fashion show is to help the participants develop some sewing skills, project skills, that they can use later,” said April Dillon, 4-H development extension agent. “I don’t know how…