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Boater’s Diner draws on owner’s travels

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A boater that has traveled all over the world has brought his homestyle cooking to Denver. Don Kierce opened Boater’s Diner last month in a building that has been many different businesses throughout the year. But Kierce wants folks to know he plans on sticking around for the long haul.…

Around Town 3/24/2010

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DONATIONS The Commandment Keeps Church of the Living God in Lincolnton is asking for donations to raffle for their “Sowing of the Seeds” building fund. For more information or to place a donation, contact Pamela Boston at (704) 240-8146 or pboston1@charter.net. ART CRAWL SURVEY The organizers of the Art Crawl…

Restaurant owner enjoys giving back

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David Heafner is not only a restaurant owner, but someone who enjoys giving back to the community. In February, The Homeplace Restaurant owner donated some of his sales profits to the American Red Cross to aid earthquake victims in Haiti. Local churches, staff and others volunteered their time to help…

Around Town 3/22/2010

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DONATIONS The Commandment Keeps Church of the Living God in Lincolnton is asking for donations to a raffle for their “Sowing of the Seeds” building fund. For more information or to place a donation, contact Pamela Boston at (704) 240-8146 or pboston1@charter.net. SIT N’ STITCH Sit n’ Stitch, a sewing…

Knights attend Carolina Band Festival

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Blalock, Blackburn Engagement

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Mr. and Mrs. John Blalock of Denver announce the engagement of their daughter Erin Jennette Blalock to Michael Logan Blackburn of Denver. The bride-elect is a 2007 graduate of North Lincoln High School and is currently attending Catawba College in Salisbury majoring in Environmental Education. The prospective groom is the…

Vocal competition

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Art Crawl tonight

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The Art Crawl Downtown Lincolnton will bring more than 50 artists together tonight to display their wares in 38 downtown Lincolnton businesses. The event allows artists to make connections to each other as well as connections with potential buyers. “After seeing it last year, I thought this would be a…

Arts Council’s Art About Town still growing

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The Arts Council of Lincoln County decided two and a half years ago that if the people wouldn’t come to the art, then the art would have to go to the people. “We had trouble getting people into the galleries,” said Brian Cooke, a member of the Arts Council of…

Blazin’ Trails Cowboy Church now welcoming new members

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Members of Lincolnton’s first stand-alone cowboy church worship under the wide-open sky, sitting in lawn chairs wearing blue jeans. “There’s church people – people who have been in traditional church, who just like the atmosphere,” said Harvey Gates, pastor, of his congregation. “There are people who are looking for something…