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Around Town 5/23/2011

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PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB The Lincoln Photography Club will meet 7 p.m. Monday at the Classic Image Photography Studio located at 213 North Aspen Street in Lincolnton. The topic will be sports photography with Lincoln Times-News photographer Seth Mabry. LUPUS SUPPORT Lupus support group meeting sponsored by The Lupus Foundation of America…

CVCC Nursing Grads

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West Lincoln High School 2010 graduate, A1C Elliot Tadych graduated April 1 from Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas. The Lincolnton native was also awarded honor grad. He will be stationed in Ramstein, Germany. His family are parents Edmund and Pamela Tadych and sister Megan Tadych, all of…

Pet of the Week

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Grant money provides produce

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Four Lincoln County elementary schools received grants from the United States Department of Agriculture to participate in the fresh fruit and vegetables program for 2011-12. Byron Sackett, director of Child Nutrition for Lincoln County Schools, says he’s proud of the number of local schools participating in the program. “Charlotte Mecklenburg…

Arts Council offers camp scholarships

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The Lincoln County Arts Council is now taking requests for need-based scholarships for this summer’s 2011 Art Camp. This will be the first year the council has offered scholarships for the camp, which is hosted with cooperation from Lincoln County Schools. Two children between the ages of six and 12…

Veterans Scholarships

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Four Lincoln County high school seniors recently received full scholarships from the North Carolina Veterans Commission. The scholarship recipients are: Lance Sidney Allen Rhyne, a student at North Lincoln High School, who plans to attend Appalachian State University, Audrey Dawn Marie Bostic Brunt, a student at Maiden High School, who…

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Kaley Skantz, a sophomore from Lincoln Charter High School won a $1000 scholarship from the U.S. Department of the Treasury and U.S. Department of Education National Financial Capability Challenge for the 2010-2011 school year. The Challenge is a voluntary online test for high school students designed to teach them personal…

Hospice Volunteers

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Employment Security Commission job listings

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The “ESC Job Listing Sampler” is provided as a joint effort between the Lincolnton Employment Security Commission office and the Lincoln Times-News. You must be registered with the Employment Security Commission to be referred for any of these jobs. Call (704) 735-8035 or visit the office at 526 N. Aspen…