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GASTON CAMP MTG. The Gaston County Baptist Camp Meeting will be held 7 p.m. tonight in the Independent Baptist Tabernacle gym, 2128 Dallas-Cherryville Highway, Dallas. Guest speakers include Brother Mark Stroud, Brother C.T. Townsend, Brother Ken Bowman and Brother John Dorsey. For more information, call Evangelist Paul Moss at (704)…

Around Town 8/20/2010

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FRIED APPLE PIES The Lincoln County Extension and Community Association will be selling fried Apple Pies today and Monday-Wednesday. To place an order, call 704) 736-8464. YARD SALE Bethel Wesleyan Church will hold a yard sale today and Saturday at 1816 N.C. 182 W. Proceeds will benefit an upcoming mission…

New ministry offers free clothes

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A new Lincolnton ministry officially opens its doors to the public Tuesday. “We wanted to give back to the community. Our church is geared toward evangelism in the community,” said Jarvette Lowery, administrator. “A lot of people are not coming in so we have to go out.” My Father’s House…

Concert honors late teen

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The life and legacy of Sadie Redding will be celebrated with a concert 7 p.m. Aug. 28 at the Citizens Center in Lincolnton. Sadie’s Songs for Life will benefit the Sadie Marie Redding Scholarship Fund and Lifeshare of the Carolinas, which promotes organ donation. Sadie was a sophomore at West…

Paul C. Rhyne Art Competition expanding

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The Paul C. Rhyne Art Competition will honor both two-dimensional and three-dimensional works of art this year. “We just wanted to make it fair to the artists and more appealing and to allow the competition to grow to a higher level,” said Shelly Johnston, director of the Arts Council of…

Lincoln County Concert Association announces 2010-11 lineup

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The Raleigh Ringers kick off the Lincoln County Concert Association’s 2010-11 season 3 p.m. Aug. 29 at the Citizens Center in Lincolnton. “I’m excited about them coming. I think it will be great,” said Robin Goodson, publicity chairman with the LCCA. “It’s a great experience to see them.” The Raleigh-based…

Start with a smile

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Sons give scholarship

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Kids enjoy soccer, learn about faith

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Ten-year-old Alexis Lineberger says didn’t realize how important God was until she attended New Hope Baptist Church’s Vacation Bible School (VBS) last week. “If you think about it, you don’t notice that God made everything around you,” she said. “(VBS) has helped me with my Christianity. I didn’t stop to…

Student hosts blood drive

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A Lincoln Charter School sophomore is hosting a blood drive to help the Community Blood Center of the Carolinas (CBCC). Zach Bluhm will hold the blood drive from 4 to 7 p.m. Monday at Lake Norman Lutheran Church in Denver. The blood drive will count towards Bluhm’s required service hours…